Types of information Storage system MAC address for the storage system's built-in Ethernet interface Host name

Password Time zone Storage system location Language used for multiprotocol storage systems Administration host Host name IP address Virtual interfaces Link Names (physical interfaces names such as e0, e5a, or e9b) Simulator ns0,ns1 Number of links (number of physical interfaces to include in the vif) Name of virtual interface (Name of vif, such as vif0 Ethernet interfaces Interface name IP address Subnet mask Partner IP address Media type (network type) Are jumbo frames supported? MTU size for jumbo frames Router (if used) Gateway name IP address Location of HTTP directory DNS Domain name Server address 1 Server address 2 Server address 3

Your values

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Domain name Server name 1 Server name 2 Server name 3

Windows domain WINS servers 1 2 3 Windows Active Directory domain administrator user name Windows Active Directory domain administrator password Active Directory (command-line setup only) RMC MAC address IP address Network mask (subnet mask) Gateway Media type Mailhost RLM MAC address IP address Network mask (subnet mask) Gateway AutoSupport mailhost AutoSupport recipient(s)


Administrator Netapp

There is a completely unsupported method to actually accomplish this on the filer itself. 1. priv set advanced 2. java netapp.cmds.jsh

Filer General

Messages at screen is configured at

By default, there is no such file, but if user modifies this file, they will have
/etc/syslog.conf /etc/messages ) ----------- which will tell where to direct messages at screen ( typically

Sysconfig –t

( tape information ) - this command reads and executes any file containing filer commands

Source –v /etc/rc line by line

auto support ( user – trigger support )
Options.autosupport.doit autosupport@netapp.com

Telneting to Filer
Only one user can do telnet Options telnet

Autosupport Configuration
Filer>Options autosupport autosupport.mailhost < > autosupport.support.to < autosupport@netapp.com > autosupport.doit <string> autosupport.support.transport https or smtp

autosupport.support.url < url address must be reachable >

Autosupport troubleshooting
1. ping netapp.com from filer 2. TCP 443 SSL should be open at SMTP server SMTP server may stay in DMZ side

3. Mail relay in exchange must be specified. Filer’s host name or IP address must be specified in mail relay. Routing for netapp.com or routing by this host or routing by this ip must be enabled for filer. Filer is acting as a SMTP client. In general setup of mail system, no SMTP client is able to send the mail thru mail server to other SMTP server when host’s identity is different as far as mail id is concerned. Relaying is blocked generally. 4. Proxy server http / https must pass http url

Raid Scrub weekly
1. raid.scrub.duration 360 2. raid.scrub.schedule sun@01

1. scrub to happen for only 6 hrs 2. forcing the scrub to start on Sunday at 1 am

RAID group
• • • vol add vol0 –g rg0 2 add 2 disks to raid group 0 of vol0 vol options yervol raidsize 16 changes the raidsize settings of the vol yervol to 16 vol create newvol –t raid_dp –r 16 32@36 - newvol creation with raid_dp protection. RAID group size is 16disks. Since the vol consists of 32 disks, those will form 2 RAID group, rg0 & rg1 Max Raid groupsize Raid DP Raid 4 28 14

vol options for snapshots
• • nosnapdir off < default off > nosnap off < default off >

Disk Fail/unfail
• • • • priv set advanced when disk goes bad disk fail partially then prefail copy disk unfail is seen when sysconfig –r is done. Somestimes it may just hang there, so disk fail sysconfig –d

Disk troubleshoot
• • • • • Priv set advanced -i <disk name> would reconstruct the the RAID group Led_on < 1d.16> Led_off < drive id > Blink_on 4.19 ( failed disk now will be orange ) Blink_off 4.19 release the disk &

Spare disks in vol
• Vol status -s

FAS 270 ( this must be done, otherwise not seen )
• • • • • Priv set advanced Disk show –v ----- to see who owned it. If this has come from block header needs to Remove. For that Disk unfail <disk id> Disk assign 0b.23 Fcadmin device_map Another filer, disk

If drive not shown in filer view
Filer> storage show disk -p

Zeroing disks
Priv set advanced Disk zero spares Sysconfig –r --to zero out the data in all spares - spares disks

( will show % of zero disk )

R100 & R150 Disk Swap
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. find bad disk , identify it type disk swap < disk id > Remove disk Wait 20 sec disk swap again insert new disk wait 20 sec to rescan

1. Check % used of inodes by Filer> df –i 2. to increase Filer> maxfiles < vol name > <max>

Battery check Filer> priv set diag Filer> nv => should show battery status as OK and voltage as NVRAM3 6V

Raidtime out in options raid controlls ( 24 hr ) the trigger when bat low In 940s – NVRAM5 is used as Cluster interconnect card as well, “two in one” on slot 11

Time Deamond
(port 123, 13, 37 must be open) When there is large skew, lot of messages from CfTimeDaemon : displacements /skews:10/3670,10/3670, 11/3670 Because of this hourly snapshot creation also fails or in progress message appears. Because of timed.max_skew set to 30 min, we may see above message in every 30min- 1 hr If we set this to 5s and see how skew happening – if we see lot of skew messages (once we turned ON to timed.log ON ), MB replacement may require. For temporary do Cf.timed.enable ON on both cluster filers and watch those off errors Checking from unix host # ntptrace –v filername From filer check Filer>options timed ( check all the options of this ) From filer view => set date and time : Synchronize now < ip of NTP server > => do synchronize now and check NTP from unix host. Tip : if there are multiple interfaces in filer, make sure that they are properly listed in NIS or DNS server – same host name , multiple ip addresses may require

BPS ( Blocks Per Sector ) of Disk
Block Append Checksum requires each disk drive to format it to 520 or 512 BPS per sector This provides a total of 4160 bytes in 8 sectors. This space is broken into two parts. First part is 4096 bytes ( 4K - the WAFL file size ) of file system data. The remaining 64 bytes contain the checksum data for previous 4096 bytes. In this manner, the checksum block is appeneded to each block of data.

Enviromental Status
The top line in each channel says failures to yes , if there is any. Subsequent messages should say Power Cooling Temperature Embedded switching [ all to none ]

( if there is no problem )

• • • • • • vol options vol0 vol status vol0 -r ( raid info of volume ) sysconfig –r vol options vol0 raidsize 9 vol add vol0 <number of disk > vol status –l ---- to display all volume

Aggr Volume creation
• • Filer> create aggr1 10 Filer> vol create log1 aggr1 20g

When vol is gone bad • vol wafliron start <vol name> -f

To list broken disk in volume
• vol status –f

sysconfig –r will tell the failed disks

Double Parity
vol create –t raiddp –r 2 ( minimum of two ) (There are two parity disks for holding parity and double parity data)

Enviroment status – like temp/shelf issues
environment chesis list_sensors environment dump

RSH options - rsh access of fier
options rsh.enabled on adminhost needed to add to do rsh ( can be done from filer

View ) - not root. RSH sec settings must be set with either ip or hostname, but with matching username for logon accounts ( not root, but the domain admin account ) RSH access from unix host # rsh –l root <console p/w> <ip of filer> “<command>” ( add this unix host in /etc/hosts.equiv ( this command can be corned RSH Port 514 / TCP file – similar for windows host as well )

in unix to make it scheduled )

Registry Walk
Filer> registry walk status.vol.<vol name>

Scheduling any job at filer
From windows host ( admin host ), enable rsh ( windows 2003 box ) C:\> rsh sim –l root –n sysconfig –r gave the output result ( sim is filer )

Filer http access
1. license http 2. httpd.enable ON 3. httpd.rootdir xxxx ---- location like /vol/vol0/<share path or qtree >

Volum performance Optimization

Vol options volname minra ON # (minimal read ahead )

To change admin host administrator’s p/w • • • Filer>passwd Filer>login administrator Filer>new password:…..

To change root p/w
1. attach to console – straight console 2. press Ctrl-C while booting 3. On the menu choose option 3 – password change - root

Ctrl-C - boot menu options
1. 1. Password reset --- root 2. Disk Initialize and destroy and setup new filer

New filer setup
Software get url –f filename Software install url

environment status all

Previous ONTAP on flash
priv set diag version –b --- will show the contents in flash

Previous firmware upgrade of disks
• priv set advanced o filer*>disk_fw_update

Quotas • • lines in /etc/quotas /vol/vol0/testftp



WAFL stuffs

• •
• •

vol walf iron

- checks the vol in wafl level

wafl check ( when inconsistencies happen, when vol becomes restricted all of a sudden ) to correct for inconsistencies volume Ctrl –C while boot options – selection ? wafl_check -z

For slow access or backup or performance issues
• • • Filer> wafl scan masure_layout vol0 Filer> wafl scan measure_layout /vol/vol0/filename Filer > wafl scan status [vol|file] ---- to view

NFS General
• • • • • • • • • • • • /etc/exports /vol/test -rw,root=sun1 /vol/vol1 rw,root=sun1 #mkdir /mnt/filer #mount filer1:/vol/vol1 /mnt/filer /etc/rntab - maintains the mount point /etc/hosts - name and IP address /etc/nsswitch.conf - resolution order file Filer> exportfs Filer > rdfile /etc/exports filer> exportfs –a filer>exportfs –I –o rw=<ip address>, root=<ip address>

NFS troubleshooting
• • • • • wcc –u <unix user> ---------- unix credential >exportfs -c host pathname ro|rw|root #checks access cache for host permission >exportfs -s pathname # verifies the path to which a wol is exported >exportfs -f #flush cache access entries and reload >exportfs -r #ensures only persistent exports are loaded

NFS error 70 - stale file handle • • • • • • >vol read_fsid # mount --- will display what protocol being used for mounting # mount –o tcp < > Qtree security Portmap –d Rpcinfo –p < filer ip >

( in unix host )

Lock Manager Release
• priv set advanced o sm_mon –u < nfs_client_hostname>

While changing the mode
• • chmod 4710 oidldapd chmod: changing permissions of `oidldapd': Input/output error

If I look in /var/log/message I see the following error: Mar 30 19:44:59 bilbo kernel: nfs_refresh_inode: inode number mismatch

Mar 30 19:44:59 bilbo kernel: expected (0x950485c3/0x9b7609), got (0x950485c3/0x7d0b11)

Told customer to get rid of the nosuid on the exports file and that solved the issue.

Permission Denied : File handle
67000000 6ad77710 20000000 107754a 99f750f 84ce0064 67000000 6ad77700

First two numbers FSID Next three : FID, Inode, FID Next three : FID export point

Now, inode is different for different volume It is found by

priv set diag o vol read_fsid vol0

=> gives hex number – should match any number above so that it indicates, file of which volume has problem. Hex number can be converted to decimal value as well

In unix side
# find –inum <decimal value > # find /mnt/cleearcase –inum _________

( checking FID for above mount point )

# /etc/mnttab ( look here to find that number as well )

# ls – li

prints inode numbers – in decimal – convert that to hex

# find . –inum < number > print ( Sometimes, vol fsid number found must be reversed to get the exact place of innode )

General Permission Problems
Check the export permissions Check the local unix system – file level and owner level Permission and also qtreee security

( Sometimes filer permission comes to stay on top of local permission at unix box, so that it cannot be seen – they will become hidden ) To find use # chmod #chown

Read unix files
• • • # cat # more # vi

NFS Performance • • • • • • • • • pktt – start e5a , -dump e5a, pktt –stop ( all three– start to end) sysstat nfsstat –d ( displays cache statistic ) -z ( zero out the stat ) -m ( mount point statistics ) perfstat –b –f filename > perfstat.begin perfstat –e –f filename > perfstat.end # time mkfile 10m test ( time it takes ) # time cp test windows host > sio_ntap_sol 100 100 4096 100m 10 2 a.file b.file –noflock

CPU utilization 100 percent Customer needs to collect and send
perfstat –f <file name> -t 5 > perfstat.out

More detail perfstat
• perfstat –t 2 –f nasx > text.txt

perfstat –t 2 –f nasx –p flat > text.txt -P domains ( smp ) ~ flat ~ kahuna ~ network ~ raid ~ storage

Other NFS options
• • options wafl.root_only_chown cifs.nfs_root.ignore_acl ON on

Common NFS error messages

Nfs mount : /remote_file_system_name : Stale NFS file handle=20 this error message means that an opened file or directory has been destroyed or recreated

NFS error 70
File or directory that was opened by NFS client was either removed or replaced on the NFS filer server

Locked file findings in NFS
Filer> priv set advanced Filer > lock_dump –h | -f 21048 ( h or f )

0x00000687 : 0x00088720 0 : 0 1/3 :3 LOCK_ (0xfffffc000598, ……….)

1. 21048 is the pid of the process, check in solaris that it is running 2. take the value of 0x00000687 convert to decimal to obtain the value ( in solaris $ echo 0x000006d7=D|adb) will convert 3. to find the file solaris $ find .inum 1751 -print

Networking Troubleshooting
• • • • • • filer>traceroute filer>ping Filer > ifconfig for IP address related issues Filer > routed status Filer > routed OFF Filer > routed ON

Filer cannot have DHCP dynamic address. It is stored in /rc file as static even if DHCP is choosen.

• • • netstat –i netstat – i <interface name like ns0,e5a etc > netdiag –vv ifstat –a # flow control information at bottom 10/100/1GB flow etc purely switch based : what Ever switch is set, filer takes that

Routing table of filer
• • netstat –rn route –f -------------to flush

• • netstat –a to check all open ports on filer netstat ----- to see all connected connections

Port numbers
• • • 514 / tcp rsh 135 tcp/udp rpc udp rpc for sun

Network troubleshooting
Cannot Ping to other subnet 1. netstat –rn should have default route addresss at top 2. do routed status if no entry 3. Even if rc file shows default gateway address – add Manually Route add default <ip address> 1 and check above

Checking steps
• • • • • rdfile /etc/rc ifconfig –a >netstat –rn #---- gateway line must be there >routed status >routed ON # --- if gateway is not there add manually

Packet Tracing on filer
1. pktt start e0 –b 1m –i 2. pktt status e0 ( should show some traces ) 3. pktt dump e0 –f/mytrace.trc

4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

pktt file make .get open

stop all is created at C$ of filer cifs connection to filer and point to \\<filer>\C$ file mytrace.trc file by ethereal or packetizer

Brocade Switch
• #switchshow # wwn
10:00:00:05:1e:34:b0:fc - may be the output # ssn "10:00:00:05:1e:34:b0:fc" - setting the switch serial number to wwn

MCData Switch
If direct connection works but not thru mcdata, verify that OSMS is licensed and enabled.    config features show config features opensysMS 1 storage show switch  Switchshow  Cfgshow  Portdisable  Portenable  Switchdisable  Portperfshow

CIFS setup
cifs setup

Cifs configuration files
• • • • /etc/cifsconfig_setup.cfg /etc/usermap.cfs /etc/passwd /etc/cifsconfig_share.cfg

Cifs general
• • • • • • • Cifs Cifs Cifs Cifs Cifs Cifs Cifs shares access permission restart shares eng shares –add eng /vol/cifsvol/eng access eng full control sessions

• •

Cifs sessions –s Cifs terminate –t 10

Priv set advanced
• • • • • • • Cifs perfdc add <domain name > <ip address> Cifs perfdc pdc add <pdc ip address> Cifs homedir load # 7.0 load to registry Cifs nbalias Cifs testdc Cifs domaininfo - also check /etc/rc file Cifs.trace-login ON - to trace cifs issues

CIFS performance
• • • • • • • • • cifs stats smb_hist -z sysstat –c 15 2 ( 15 iterations every 2 seconds ) statit WAFL_susp Ifstat -a netstat –m -r -i ( can be used any one ) netdiag –v, -sap cifs sessions

cifs performance optimize
• • • • • • • • • options cifs.oplocks.enable ON options cifs.tcp.window_size 64240 options cifs.max.mpx 253 options cifs.neg_buf_size 65340 - max ( 32K + 260 =~ 33028 this number can also be set ) Check switches to enable forwarding mode immediately # set spantree portfast module/port enable options cifs.oplocks_opendelta 0 ( if client disconnects too much after this change, change this back to 8 (default ))

Cifs homedirctory
1. volume snapvol is created 2. qtree is created as root of this vol => snapvol ; sec is unix 3. share is created as snaphome of this qtree as /vol/snapvol/home with everyone/full control 4. options cifs.home-dir /vol/snapvol/home 5. options cifs.home-dir-namestyle <blank> 6. edit /etc/cifs_homedir.cfg file and add at the end /vol/snapvol/home

CIFS troubleshooting NT4 domain
• • • • • cifs setup error : filer’s security information differs from domain controller, cifs could not start Sol : NT4 PDC/BDC : Server Management – Delete the account, recreate the account and rerun the setup. NT4 PDC and BDC secure channel communication/verification BDC c:> netdom bdc \\bdcname /query

CIFS troubleshooting
• • • • • wcc –s domain\name wcc –u username Cifs domaininfo rdfile /etc/rc options wafl -----windows – match with /etc/lclgroups.cfg file - any changes here requires reboot --------------unix - tells dns entry --------- will have dns info Should see unix Pcuser

• •

/etc/usermap /etc/passwd

these two files are read at the first time

Cannot Ping DNS server
A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Enter the host address in dns Make sure that there is no deny/untrusted entry in /etc/rc file Check the filer view - > Networking -> DNS entry If qtree is created and shared for CIFS access, make sure that qtree settings are correct, otherwise may get access denied error

1. Check DNS servers, must point to itself and must have at least 4,5 services - AD C. 1. Check where currently pointing to ( DNS ) Filer> priv set diag Filer> registry walk auth If requires to rerun cifs setup, this registry can be deleted Filer> registry deltree auth

D. Net view \\filername should show all shares from windows side and cifs shares should show from filer side But, when share is accessed from windows machine, we get No Network Provider Present. Ping works, iscsi works, iscsi drives are OK – can access. But, cifs shares does not work. In filer side we see ‘Called name not present ( 0x82). Cifs resetdc also gives the same message.

Check : 1. If filer and windowsdc is rebooted at the same time because of power failure this is seen. Filer needs to come first and then DC 2. make sure that there is no virus related activities goin on that host. Virus scan to windows host or filer can also make this happen

When trust is there
When trust is newly established – No Logon Server available may come while accessing. Cifs resetdc will make it work. Also in some permission issues.

Disable WINS on interface e0 ( if requires to go by pure DNS only ) Filer> ifconfig e0 –WINS ( so that filer do not talk to WINS server )

Process to find CIFs problem
Cifs shares Qtree security NTFS Check options wafl < > blank < > unix < > pcuser should see everyone full control

Check /etc/usermap.cfg /etc/passwd file



check this is UNIX or NTFS

When WINS address is changed
Options cifs.wins_servers ( ip address, , , ) Cifs resetdc ---- to view WINS

Common Cifs issues - cannot access , access denied 1. 1. time lag between pc and filer ( change from filer view ) 2. 2. qtree security [unix | ntfs | mixed ] - change temporarily From ntfs to unix and back to ntfs or ntfs to mixed and back to ntfs (when folder is mapped…in its drive letter you do not see security tab…..as well.)

Cifs Options
Cifs.show_snapshot ON --- alternate names of Filer ON* Options cifs.netbios_aliases.names

Wafl.net_admin_priv_map_to_root Options cifs.trace_login ON

* to take ownership of file by windows top level administrator when file is created from unix side and has only unix ACLs

CIFS + NFS both

Scenario A
1. qtree in vol is created with mixed sec 2. share that qtree 3. groupwise users access in unix are defined in /etc/group file /etc/group - > is in unix side. Client or NIS server Eng::gid:khanna, Uddhav In client side ls –l file / directory listing chmod chgroup chown

( to see both permission in cifs shares – permission from unix and permission from windows use secureshare access ) 4. In windows create group and give access 5. . /etc/usermap.cfg file is used to map user accounts in windows and their corresponding account in unix to access/manage resources Win unix <= (unix to windows) >= (windows to unix) == (both) Test\* == ( all users of test windows domain) Domain\<user> => root ( if the user is not able to see home directory but all other users folders ; CIFS restart and access home ) 6. when file is created in that cifs directory or nfs mounted place, the ownership is maintained by who ever created it and access is granted by usermap.cfg file 7. Make sure that Wafl.net_admin_priv_map_to_root ON ( sometimes permissions are locked and some files gets corrupted; while accessing it says do not have access or encrypted. Every other files works fine. In this case changing Options cifs.nfs_root_ignore_acl from off to ON and Change the permission from NFS mounted side –unix to Chmod 777 and access file. Change back to OFF. Will work after this all the time (this was the cause when user upgraded from 6.4 to 6.5 and some files in mixed qtree’s folders were not able to access nor change the permission from even root user from NFS side. Above permission reset made it work.

Scenario B 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. qtree is created its security is unix share is created of that qtree – so location is the same cifs client cannot chdir into directory if the user has execute Permission – d-wx-wx-wx eg MODE == 111. User gets NT_Status_access_Denied message when accessed If the user is granted read only – MODE == 444 ), chdir is Successful.

CIFS audit • options cifs.audit.enable on cifs.audit.file_access_events.enable on cifs.audit.logon_events.enable on cifs.audit.logzie 524288 cifs.audit.saveas /etc/log/adtlog.evt

Filer > cifs audit save –f Read /etc/log/adtlog.evt as event log thru windows

CIFS errors LSAOpenPolicy2 : Exception rpc_s_assoc_grp_max exceeded Veritas Backup Exec 9.1 : mycomputer -> shares -> sessions shows Veritas Backup Exec Administrative account connections for every share in filer. One connection per share and it grows each and every day as well as stays there each and everyday. This must be wiped out.

Virus Scan 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. vscan vscan vscan vscan vscan vscan vscan ---- to see the status of virus scan on off options scanners options client_msgbox [on|off] scanners secondary_scanners ip1 [ip address]

Fpolicy • • • • fpolicy fpolicy fpolicy fpolicy show enable options server

Quotas rdfile /etc/quotas Cluster Prerequisite • • • volume option create_ucode on options coredump.timeout.enable on options coredump.timeout.seconds 60 or less

Cluster • • • cf disable cf enable cf status

Partner cifs terminate –t 0 cf giveback F1 F2

cf takeover

Can shutdown When comes up Waiting for giveback from partner

cf giveback Sometimes, due to active state, this may not run. Make sure that no cifs sessions are running. Also snapmirror should be off San FCP • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • switch>cfgshow >fcp show cfmode (standby,partner,mixed) >fcp set cfmode mixed >fcp show adapters >fcp show initiators >fcp setup >fcp set cfmode [dual_fabric | mixed | partner | standby ] >fcp nodename >fcp config >fcp status >fcp start >fcp config 10b >igroup show >fcp stats vtic ( virtual target interconnect adapter ) >fcp stats 5a >sysstat –f 1 Igroup show lun show –m lun show -v


- to verify the bindings

/opt/NTAPsanlun/bin/create_binding.pl –l root –n <filer ip> /kernel/drv/sd.conf lputilnt (make sure that target id and adapters are here)

- utility from windows host attach kit from Netapp

#san lun show #devfsadm to allow discovery of the new lun

#newfs /dev/rdsk/c1t1d0s6 #sanlun fcp show adapter –v #reboot -- -r


Igroup bind <initiator group> <portset>

igroup unbind <initiator>

• • • C:\> vssadmin list shadows C:\> vssadmin list writers C:\> vssadmin list providers

LUN 1. lun create 2. lun setup 3. lun show –m, -v 4. lun stat –a –o –i 2 5. lun destroy -f < lun path > ( the –f command destroy the lun even if 6. lun move 7. lun map | unmap <lun path><initiator group>[<lun id>] 8. lun online 9. priv set diag 10.lun geometry

it is mapped )

SNAP drive LUN creation process 1. create qtree 2. share qtree 3. create lun – snap drive can be used – so that lun is created inside qtree (if qtree is not set properly, cannot access cifs shares – access denied error message happens )

LUN restore from snapshot (snap restore of lun – snap restore licensing req ) • • • • • Filer > snap restore –t file –S snap1 /vol/lunvol/lun1/lun1.lun Q asked – Choose Y ; Proceed => Y Filer> lun unmap <lun path> <initiator group> Filer > lun map <lun path> <initiator group> [lin id] Filer > lun online <lun path>

When volume, qtree,files their space reserve is disabled by default, to change this – we must do: • • Vol options vol1 create_reserved on | off Lun create –o noreserve -f ( overrides the default settings on the file level )

volume , including the

lun set reservation

Solaris lun increase # dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/rdsk/clt0d1s2 count=1 bs=512 #format clt0d1

Snapshot of LUN Rws is the file created when snapshot of LUN is taken. 124 event ID is generated by SnapDrive. When deletion of this snapshot LUN is tried 134 is created as well. When there is busy snapshot, other snapshot may hang and 134 is also generated 124 - > 249 - > 134 ( must see kb2370) can be seen

NDMP copy of LUN ndmpcopy –da root:netapp /vol/vol0/lun/test.lun ( lun files can only be restored to either root volume or qtree root directories ) ( Also, when the lun is copied, it may not be full, so it my go fast while copying ) After this – on destination : Dest filer > reallocate start –o –n lunpath

LUN backup from snapmirrored volume 1. 2. 3. 4. on both source and destination create_upcode, convert_upcode ON from destination filer : snapmirror update [options] <dest_filer : dest_vol> On the source filer : lun share <lun path> read run snapmirror update command

iSCSI • • • • iscsi show interface iscsi fcp swt interface show iswta software target )

# --- shows sessions and its initiator information ( iscsi

• • • • • •

igroup iscsi show initiator iscsi stats sysstat –i 1 iscsi config iscsi status #- to make sure that iscsi is running, also check that enable at filer

iscsi licensing is

iscsi windows troubleshooting • iscsicli #– command line version from Microsoft

SuSe iscsi LUN setup – Chap authentication • • filer > iscsi security generate filer> iscsi security add –I initiator –s method –p password –n inname [ -o outpassword –m outname] # ( particular initiator connection )

OR filer > iscsi seurity default –s method –p inpassword –n inname [-o outpassword –m outname ( any initiator connection ) [[ only this one works]]


Troubleshooting 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. filer linux linux linux linux filer filer linux > # # # # > > # iscsi config /etc/iscsi.conf /etc/fstab.iscsi uname –r cat /etc/issue iscsi show initiator iscsi security show cat /etc/initiatorname.iscsi

Iscsi private network connection filer> iswt interface show filer> iscsi show adapter filer> iswt session show –v iswta ( will show tcp connection – ip addresses or )

Now to change this to use private network only 1. snapdrive -> iscsi management -> disconnect 2. from filer disable iscsi on public nic iswa disable adapter < > 3. then reconnect and use prive ip from snap drive

Space Reservation df -r .snapshot Hourly snapshot create failed kb 4764

See Time Deamond at Filer General as well

to see snapshots by windows client check two things a. vol options vol0

nosnap = off, nosnapdir = off < default > These should be off , when turned ON, cifs windows client cannot access this and restore, they can see it b. options cifs cifs.show_snapshot ON

To get access of \\<ip of filer>\vol0\.snapshot - from windows cifs access host vol0 must be shared, otherwise cannot access \vol0\.snapshot

Nfs snapshot .snapshot directory is shown only at the mount point, although it actually exists in every directory in the tree Cifs snapshot .snapshot directory appears only at the root of the shared. • Priv set advanced Snap status ( blocked owned =

x 4K = )

Snap list (generally snap reserve is 20 % ) Solaris troubleshotting for lun Solaris_info [-d <directory name>][-n<name>] Snap Drive troubleshotting tool SnapDrvDc.exe Snapdrive snapshot lun restore from mirror site 1. Break mirror 2. Check that lun is online 3. if using by terminal services and ge the Failure in Checking Policies error , Errro Code : 13040, then log off, and log back in or if this does not work, reboot the windows host. Single File Snap Restore ( SFSR ) is done before snapdrive makes the connection. During this time snap drive virtually does not work and issues 13040 error. No other lun restore can be done from same host. As SFSR is going on in background sol is : wait patiently. Log off and log back in after while, the drive should come.

Snap restore
Volume Restore • • Snap restore –t vol path_and_vol_name Snap restore –t vol –s snapshot_name path_and_vol_name

File restore • • Snap restore –t file path_and_file_name Snap restore –t file –s snapshot_name –r new_path_and_file_name path_and_file_name

Snapshot restore • Snap restore –t file –s winblocktemp /vol/winblocks/winblocksum

Qtree or directory restore • Snap restore –f –t file –s < snapshot > /vol/vol0/<directory name> directory - to restore for

Vol • • vol status –b vol create vol1 2

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vol restrict vol1 vol copy start vol0 vol1 vol online vol1 snap list vol1 … snapshot_for_volcopy.0 snap create vol1 snap1 Snap Mirror

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/etc/snapmirror.conf vol status –b vol1 (size in blocks) vol status vol1 options snapmirror.access host=filerA filerB>vol restrict vol2 >wrfile /etc/snapmirror.conf

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filerA:vol1 filerB:vol2 - * * * * (min hour day-mon day-week) filerA:vol1 filerB:vol2 – 45 10,11,12,13,14,15,16 * 1,2,3,4,5 snapmirror on

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vol status –v filerB>snapmirror initialize –S filerA:vol1 filerB:vol2 #baseline data transfer snapmirror status snapmirror status –l more detail info snapmirror off snapmirror break filerb:vol2

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snapmirror on snapmirror quiesce filerB:/vol/vol0/mymirror (break a qtree snapmirror) snapmirror resync –S filerB:vol2 filerA:vol1

snapmirror snapmirror snapmirror snapmirror snapmirror snapmirror snapmirror

update filerb:vol2 off #disable snapmirror on #resume snapmirror,reread /etc/snapmirror.conf break vol2 # converts a mirror to a read/write vol or qtree on dest filer destinations -s source_volname release vol1 filerc:vol1 status -l vol1

for qtree: • snapmirror quiesce mirror_qtree

snapmirro break mirror_qtree

Breaking snapmirror 1. snapmirror quiesce < destination path> 2. snapmirror off 3. snapmirror break < destination path> To Resume the operation Have to resync snapmirror store #initialize a volume sanpmirror from tape on source vol snapmirror retrieve # on mirror vol #--- check from Snapmirror.conf file

Synchronous Snapmirror • • • • • • /etc/snapmirror.conf filera:/vol1 filerb:/vol2 - sync #multi path src_con = multi() src_con:/vol1 dest:/vol2 - sync #src_con = failover()

Steps to create Mirror 1. Enter the license on both 2. user snapmirror.access option to specify the destination filer 3. on the destination filer , edit /etc/snapmirror.conf file 4. On both source and destination filers enter snapmirror on command 5. on the destination filer, run snapmirror initialize <destination > command

Requirement • • Destination vol must be restricted Everything in destination will get deleted once initiazlied

snapmirror optimization filer > options snapmirror.window_size 199475234 (default ) (this will cause large brust of packet – does not work well for WAN. May cause large packet drops resulting in the termination of snapmirror transfer or resulting very low throughput )

To change this Dest filer > options snapmirror.window_size < between 8760 ~ 199475234 )

Window size calculation Window size = roundtrip delay * desired delay

Eg: for 10 mbps and RTD 100 millisec (100/1000)*10,000,000 /8 = 125,000

Options snapmirror.delayed_acks.enable off

Snapmirror problem On the source filer Snapmirror source transfer from <vol> to <destination filer>:<vol. : request denied, previous request still pending Socket connect error : resource temporarily unavailable Sol : On Destination 1. make sure that vol is there 2. other source is pingable Destination mirror filer> snapmirror abort netapp01:vol1 pcnetapp01:vol1 OR snapmirror abort netapp01 pcnetapp01 Destination filer> snapmirror status ( see transfer has stopped ) Destination filer> snapmirror resync –s netapp01:vol1 pcnetapp01:vol1 Snapvault

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>options snapvault.enable on >options snapvault.access host=name

baseline qtree • • • • • • • >snapvault >snapvault >snapvault >snapvault >snapvault >snapvault >snapvault start –S filer:/vol/vol1/c1-v1-q1 vault:/vol/volx/t1-v1-q1 modify -S src_filer:qtree_path update dest snap sched <volume> <snapname> count@day_list@hour_list snap sched vol1 sv_1900 4@mon-sun@19 snap unsched snap create #manually create a snapshot on the primary or secondary

#snapshot name must exist • • • • • >snapvault >snapvault >snapvault >snapvault >snapvault restore –s snapname –S srcfiler:/vol/volx/qtree stop destfiler:/vol/volx/qtree abort dest_qtree release src_qtree dest_qtree status

>snapvault start –r <source qtree>

<destination qtree>

Snapvault troubleshooting Ifa backup relationship from OSSV is created and then deleted from secondary, any attempt to recreate it fails with error message: “Transfer aborted: the qtreee is not the source for the snapmirror destination” Example

Twain*> snapvault start –s fsr-pc1:E:\smalldir /vol/tinysmalldir ( error at console : snapvault : destination transfer from fsr-pc1:E:\smalldir to /vol/tiny/smalldir : the qtree is not the source for the snapmirror destination Transfer aborted : the qtree is not the source for the snapmirror destination

On the primary log : requested

error :


twain:/vol/tiny/smalldir Invalid qtree/snapshot

Log: e:\smalldir twain:/vol/tiny/smalldir unexpected close getting qsm data

To workaround Release the relationship on primary using • snapvault.exe release e:\smalldir twain:/vol/tiny/smalldir

To see what relationships are releasable type Snapvault.exe destinations

backup with DFM • • • >options ndmpd.enable on >options ndmpd.access dfm-host options ndmpd.authtype <challenge | plaintext >

Non root user get ndmp password as • • ndmpd password <user name > ndmp password ……..

add snapvault license • • • >options snapvault.enable on >options snapvault.access host >options ndmpd.preferred_interface e2 #optional

importing existing relationship -just add the relationship -schedule/retention not imported

a. First st this at filer options ndmpd.enable on options ndmpd.access < dfm host > b. While DFM is downloaded and installed Primary storage system Primary System Name NDMP user < root > , if no other users are defined NDMP p/w < > c. Telnet to port 10,000 and make sure that it can talk and not blocked.

Diagnosis between DFM host and Filer At host where DFM is downloaded • C:\> dfm host diag < primary filer >

DFM database files of windows host machine

C:\> dfm database get dbDir c:/Program files/Network Appliance/Data Fabric Manager/DFM/Data dblogDir dbCacheSize


• vol create src1 –l 2 (at this point question is asked , read that carefully, this volume cannot be deleted. It is one time) vol create dst1 2 vol status ( you will see snaplock compliance vol here ) snapmirror initialize –S giardia:src1 –L giadia:dst1

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Create steps
a) vif create vif1 e0 e7a e6b e8 --------single mode

OR Vif create multi vif0 e4 e10 ---- multi mode b) ifconfig vif1 < ip of vif > netmask mediatype 100tx -fd c) update /etc/rc file d) reboot

Tip 1 • • check filer > routed status filer > routed ON

Tip 2 If there is 3 port ( eg : 2 Gig and 1 100 bast T Ethernet ) so that e0 ( default – 100 base T ) – e0 must be turned off

Vfiler If the hosting filer administrator does not have CIFS or NFS access to the data contained in V filers, except for that in Vfiler0. After storage unit is assigned to a Vfiler, the hosting filer administrator loses access ot htat storage unit. The Vfiler administration gains access to the Vfiler by rsh to the Vfiler’s IP address.

As hosting filer administrator, before you create a Vfiler with the /vol/vol1 volume, you can configure the /etc/exports file so that you can mount the /vol/vol1 volume. After you create the Vfiler, an attempt to mount the /vol/vol1 volume would result in the Stale NFS file handle” error message. The Vfiler administrator can then edit the Vfiler’s /etc/exports file to export /vol/vol1, run the exportfs-a command on the Vfiler, tehn mount /vol/vol1, if allowed. • • • • • • • • • • >ipspace create vfiler1-ipspace >ipspace assign vfiler1 e3a >ifconfig e3a >ipspace destroy e3a_ipsapce >ipspace list >vfiler create vfiler2 -s vfiler2 -i /vol/vfiler/vfiler2 >vfiler status -a >vfiler status -r #running >vfiler run vfiler1 setup >vfiler stop|start|destroy

does it need to be started after setup?

Cache location C:\documents and settings \ all users\application data\nuview\storage\server\cache

To change the location of the VFM application directory

<C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NuView\>, which contains the cache directory:

1. 2. 3. 4.

Take a snapshot of the application in case there is a need to return to the working state. This can be done through VFM in the Tools menu by selecting Take Application Snapshot Now. Have the user create a snapshot and save it. Save a copy of the VFM application folder < C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NuView> somewhere for backup purposes. Exit VFM and stop the StorageXReplicationAgent service and the StorageXServer service. Create a folder on a different drive on the VFM server where the application directory should reside in the future. Please use a local destination for the folder for example D:\VFMAppData. A mapped drive does not work in this situation. Create a new subdirectory called NuView in the new location. Ex: D:\VFMAppData\NuView

5. 6. 7. 8.

Go to the C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NuView directory and copy the StorageX directory to the new location created by the user under the NuView subdirectory. The new location should look something like this: D:\VFMAppData\NuView\StorageX Open the registry with regedit.exe and find the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\NuView\StorageX key. Add a new String Value here with the name AppDataDir and set the value data to the root of the new cache location. Ex: D:\VFMAppData Close regedit and start the StorageX Server and Replication Agent services. Start VFM and wait as it reads through the new cache directory and loads roots and information that were copied to the new location.

Bakup media fundamentals Ndmpd should be ON To check • • • • • • • • • • • Filer> ndmpd status Filer> ndmp probe 0 [ session 0 , can be from 0 – 5 ] sysconfig –t ( will give some backup media information ) mt –f nrst0a status restore tf nrst0a # – display file list, there can be multiple backups in backup file, which is filelist mt –f nrst0a fsf 1 storage disable adapter <port> storage enable adapter <port> storage show tape supported - should show wwn if yes (sysconfig –a – will tell port and also shows if adapter card online or offline – usually slot 10) /etc/log/backup ----- log files

List all the files in backup • • • • Filer> Filer> Filer> Filer> restore tf rst0a rewind (rewind the tape) mt –f rst0a fsf 6 (move the head to file list6) mt –f rst0a status ( make sure ) restore –xvbfDH 60 rst0a /vol/vol0/… ( restore )

Testing dump 0f rst0a /vol/vol0/etc/usermap.cfg ----- example

SCSI tape diagnostics to send vendor ( more detail messages ) • • Filer> mt –f diag 1 Filer > mt –f diag 0 -------- ON -------------- OFF

Copy & paste console messages and send to vendor

( with diag 1 – ON, all the messages will go to etc/messages like when any backup job, command is executed like mt –f, rewind, offline , erase, status diag etc )

Some issues a. b. If veritas is showing RED to LTO tape devices, then reboot LTO and restart veritas services If backup is done from Veritas software, make sure that no sessions are staying back as cifs share sessions. Go to my computer->Manage->connect to filer->shares->sessions.

Administrative shares of backups are seen here as sticking – not going away even after backup is complete and you see huge list here.

Fiber channel backup device

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Filer> Fcadmin online adapter 8a Filer> Fcadmin online adapter 8b Filer > fcp show adapter filer> storage show tape FPN[200300051e35353d]:0.80 HP Ultrium 2-SCSI

Tape Drive: Description: Serial Number: World Wide Name: Alias Name(s): Device State:

HUM2M00009 WWN[5:006:0b0000:1e01ae] st0 available (does not support reservations)

McData Side CNXNAS*> storage show switch Switch: WWN[1:000:080088:020751] Fabric: WWN[1:000:080088:020751] Name: CNX01 Domain: 97 Type: switch Version: 06.01.00

Vendor: IBM CNXNAS*> storage show tape No tapes found.

If port is changed, alias name also gets changed • • • • • storage unalias -a storage alias mc0 WWN[xx:xxx:xxxxxx:xxxxxx][Lx] storage alias st0 WWN[yy:yyy:yyyyyy:yyyyyy][Ly] and to cause the filer to create the aliases via the "source" command source /vol/vol0/etc/tape_alias

FC card for tape and FC card for drives ( don’t confuse )

Tape for target • slot x: Fibre Channel Target Host Adapter 11a o (Dual-channel, QLogic 2312 (2342) rev. 2, 64-bit, <OFFLINED BY USER/SYSTEM>) o Firmware rev: 3.3.10 o Host Port Addr: 000000 o Cacheline size: 8 o SRAM parity: Yes o FC Nodename: 50:0a:09:80:83:f1:45:b6 (500a098083f145b6) o FC Portname: 50:0a:09:81:83:f1:45:b6 (500a098183f145b6) o Connection: No link I/O base 0xde00, size 0x100 memory mapped I/O base 0xa0400000, size 0x1000

Drives slot x: FC Host Adapter 3a (Dual-channel, QLogic 2312 (2342) rev. 2, 64-bit, L-port, <OFFLINE (hard)>) Firmware rev: 3.3.142 Host Loop Id: 0 FC Node Name: 2:000:00e08b:1c780b Cacheline size: 16 FC Packet size: 2048 SRAM parity: Yes External GBIC: No Link Data Rate: 1 Gbit I/O base 0x9e00, size 0x100 memory mapped I/O base 0xa0c00000, size 0x1000 Time Not synchronizing +5 min shewed ahead • • • • Options timed Timed.enable on Timed.servers ntp2.usno.navy.mil:<ip address> Rdate <host>

Out of inodes
• OR • >maxfiles <vol> - will display the number df –i /vol/vol0

To change • >maxfiles <vol> <max>

CPU 100 percent • • *>ps –h –l ( eelll) *> sysstat –x 1

Network traffic analysis
Download sas file and run it http://www.apparentnetworks.com/sas/ • NDMP • • • Ndmp debug 70 - this will start writing to log /etc/log/ndmp<date> ------------ log files Options ndmpd sas -t -s 500

Levels 0,1,2 • • • Filer > ndmpcopy –l 0 ndmpcopy –l 1 ndmpcopy –l 2 ( minus eel )

0 is baseline copy 1,2 are incremental copy ( cannot go beyond 2 though )

NDMP copy from Vol to Vol ( /etc/hosts.eqiv file must have two filers information – their entries ) ( best solution for data migration ; snapmirror or vol copy will cause fragmentation - filer will retain ACLs )

a) Ndmpcopy source:path_to_vol destination:path_to_volume -level 0 –dpass For data changed since level1 b) ndmpcopy source:path_to_vol destination:path_to_vol –level1 –dpass Finally turn off cifs and nfs : for final incremental backup c) ndmpcopy source:path_to_vol destination:path_to_vol –level9 -dpass ( After this level 0 is done, a level 1 ndmpcopy may be done to copy the data has changed since level 1 ) Data Migration • Ndmpcopy /vol/vol0trad /vol/vol0 Vol options /vol/vol0 root ( this will also automatically set the aggregate option to root upon next reboot )


If wrongly copied to vol – sometimes, we see vol inside vol0 and vol cannot be deleted. When accessed by \\filer\C$ - we see vol and that cannot be deleted. It says folders lost or not found. In that case, the folder can be deleted. Renaming possible, rename it and delete it.

Sync core • • • • • • • when cannot access by telnet, console, rsh, fier view press reset button at back (while physically connected console) Ok> sync Ok>bye Filer reboot. Once filer comes up get core file from /etc/crash…..

Unix commands

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# tip hardwire - ---- direct access from unix/linux to filer # cat messages | grep shelf

Snap Drive and Snap Manager for Exchange

1. Error Code : 9035 : An attempt to resize lun ‘/vol/vtape/nvlun0/lun0.un’ on filer ’’failed. desription New size exceeds this lun&app geometry

Sol : size was more than 10%. Lun cannot increase more than 10% of initial size. Like if initial is 130GB then 1300 GB is the max possible.

Exchange data base restore to different location Snap drive is used to restore the snapshot and hence database files if different location is desired

Snap manager for exchange error 249 249 : unable to delete snapshot due to busy snapshot state So 124 -> 134-> 249-> is created. Due to Overlapping of SME backup and snapshot Scheduling timings. In SME , sme verification process ( 7or 8’th process also fails) kb2370

Exchange Restore 1. Up to the minute – what ever have since last crash, will replay the log files automatically so database is up-to the minutes. Test back and restore, will have fundamentally no effect. If backup is done and mail is deleted, and restored instantly, the intermittent log files will be deleted and hence no effect. Basically it was within the database, so system take as it already exists and ignore, but will have all latest mail Point in time – till that time ; all the backup after that date and time is not usable. Cannot get mails after that ; logs are deleted.


While restoring to Recovery Storage Group

1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 7.

Mount the previous SME shapshots – both database and log files copy those to recovery storage group directory if tried to restore – will get exchange error : C1041739 error Copy eseutil.exe files to that directory – files are Eseutil.exe Ese.dll Exchmem.dll Exosal.dll Jcb.dll run eseutil /mh pirv1.edb Eseutil /p pirv1.edb Restore, during that time system ask to overwrite the database files, it is the option at the bottom of database properties, choose that option and restore System is monted.

When IS is created in log volume When IS is created in log volume, if it was in separate before, SME fails and reports Evnet ID 111 and Event ID 131

( Event ID 131 is basically for cannot delete the snapshot )

Error in calling VSS API : Error code = 0x80042306 Error description: VSS_E_PROVIDER_VETO ( Error Code 0x80042306) Event id 4357 also displayed

Event source : Navssprv

1. Check with vssadmin list providers Should show MS & Netapp 2. Make sure that RPC services in ON Netapp VSS Hardware Providers in ON If previous version of provider is installed , remove that and install what ever comes in SME only 3. Verify that node name is the same C:\> iscsicli sessionlist C:\> iscsicli These both should show same node name like Iqn.2005-01.test:01
Remote Verification Error Log ( if verification server is different than present server )

Transactional log verification failed Error code : 0xC004146f • Sanpmanager database verification failed

Error code : 0xC004146f

Sol : Check the exact version of ‘5 files’ Eseutil.exe 6.5.7226.0 Ese.dll Jcb.dll Exosal.dll Exchmem.dll

SME 3.1 111 : Backup failed
Error code : 0x80042314 VSS API Error : VSS_E_HOLD_WRITES_TIMEOUTS

SME 3.1 130 : Verification Failed
Error Code : 0xC004030b, virtual disk H 0xC00402ba Database and sys qtree are not shared

(while different verification server is used, symptom message says “generated on” and “generated to” so above ‘5 files’ needs to be checked.
Verification failure example

Local error code : 0xC004031d Event ID 209 also event id 264 - job failed Remote Verification RPC server unavailable – 0xC004146e

Event ID : 177

Sol : Local server has preferred address set to dedicatedly connected cable. Local server has one nic for filer iscsi connection and other nic for public. Filer had two nics – one for dedicated iscsi connection ( and the other for cifs and other connections. From remote change preferred ip to ( the other ip of filer ). Make sure that at least drives can be created from this verification server. After preferred ip address change no above error happened.

The main problem of RPC was not able to ping from private network to public network. If remote verification is doing from another server, it is advisable to not to make iscsi session to the same nic where Local ( source ) server is talking. It gives RPC error – error code 0xC004146e with event ID 250 and Event ID 117.

Add etc/hosts entry of exchange servers address in filer and \windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts entry in exchange servers : preferred IPs of filers.

Make sure that snap drive services have the same account & p/w information in both servers.

SME error:

Error Code : 0xC00413e3 There are no bindings Facility : Win32 ID no : C00706b6 Microsoft CDO for exchange management Reason: MS Exchange Services were not started and database were not mounted

1. Situation A Deleting snapshot sqlinfo directory Error : The target virtual disk in snapshot is inconsistent or does not exist and cannot be deleted ( SnapDrive Error code : 0xc0040302)

Creating snapshot of virtual disk drive

Unable to create snapshot. Check application log ( SnapDrive error code: 0xc00402be)

Failed to create snapshot of Drive M Failed to create snapshot of Drive N

Event id : 340, 191, 211, 134
Error message : ZAPI : An attempt to create snapshot ‘ name_name_recent’ of the ‘name volume’ volume with async option ‘false’ failed on the filer < filer name>

Error Code : 13020
Error Description : The specified snapshot already exists. Sol: ( Greyed out snapshots are systemwide, like from volume itself ) Snapshots has to be deleted manually.

Snaplist –q <vol> Vol options thisvol nosnapdir off Vol options thisvol convert_ucode on Vol options thisvol create_researved on

Event ID 51
An error has detected on device \Device\harddisk7 and hard disk is Netapp lun 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Apply hotfix i834910 Apply SP1 Apply iscsi 2.0 See Patern. Move the database if it is overloaded Check virus stuffs.

ONTAP upgrade process
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. download the software in windows client create the cifs shares of /etc double click the exe file extract the files on the top of /etc RUN download command

Filer Report
Filer Report

11:19pm up 49 mins, 0 NFS ops, 0 CIFS ops, 25 HTTP ops, 0 FCP ops, 0 iSCSI ops

Network Interfaces
Name ns0 ns1* lo Mtu Network 1500 192.168.1 1500 none 9188 127 Address fas121 none localhost Ipkts 2k 0 124 Ierrs 0 0 0 Opkts 1k 0 124 Oerrs 0 0 0 Collis 0 0 0 Queue 0 0 0

File System Disk Usage
Filesystem /vol/vol0/ /vol/vol0/.snapshot kbytes 260736 0 used 62696 1252 avail capacity 198040 24% 0 ---% Mounted on /vol/vol0/ /vol/vol0/.snapshot

System Configuration
NetApp Release 7.2: Mon Jul 31 14:53:25 PDT 2006 System ID: 0099907364 (fas121) System Serial Number: 987654-32-0 (fas121) Model Name: Simulator Processors: 1 slot 0: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v0 25 Disks: 11.8GB 2 shelves with LRC slot 1: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v1 slot 2: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v2 slot 3: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v3 slot 4: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v4 25 Disks: 11.8GB 2 shelves with LRC slot 5: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v5 slot 6: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v6 slot 7: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v7 slot 8: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v8 4 Tapes: VT-100MB VT-100MB VT-100MB VT-100MB

From command: fas121> sysconfig NetApp Release 7.2: Mon Jul 31 14:53:25 PDT 2006 System ID: 0099907364 (fas121) System Serial Number: 987654-32-0 (fas121) Model Name: Simulator Processors: 1 slot 0: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v0 25 Disks: 11.8GB 2 shelves with LRC slot 1: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v1 slot 2: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v2

slot 3: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v3 slot 4: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v4 25 Disks: 11.8GB 2 shelves with LRC slot 5: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v5 slot 6: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v6 slot 7: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v7 slot 8: NetApp Virtual SCSI Host Adapter v8 4 Tapes: VT-100MB VT-100MB VT-100MB VT-100MB

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