This report has been written due to a number of write latency related bugs I’ve witnessed in recent versions on ONTAP 7-mode. It’s a modified version of an internal report that I wrote up in some free time. I thought I’d summarise my findings in case others are seeing similar issues.
Anyone who’s tried to remove Snapmirror relationships using the NetApp commandline knows how painful it is. Recently, I had a need to remove all snapmirror relationships from a number of NetApp storage systems and figured I’d play with NetApp’s PowerShell toolkit to see if I could semi-automate the process.
This post discusses methods to connect to multiple NetApp Storage Systems using the NetApp PowerShell Toolkit, and then execute commands against those storage systems
This post takes a quick look at the NetApp PowerShell Toolkit: a set of PowerShell cmdlets which can be used to query and change settings on NetApp Storage Systems, paving the way for automation of common tasks or generating regular reports. It runs through installing the PowerShell toolkit, and running a few basic commands … Read more »
If you or your company own a NetApp Storage System, you can access and download the NetApp Simulator – it’s basically a NetApp filer in a Virtual Machine. Very cool; and great for learning and experimenting in a Lab.
Why increase the disk size?
The Simulator, by default, presents you with 28 x 1GB disks, giving you … Read more »