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FilerView not accessible on DataOntap 8.1.R3 7mode on fas2040 ( IBM N3400)

Hi everyone,

I recently upgrade our filer from dataontap 7.3.6 to 8.1.R3. after upgrade i checked i can't access FilerView. I am not sure can i access before upgrade.

when i list under http folder it's looking empty. i downloaded again ontap 8.1.R3 but nothing changed.

here is outputs;

n3400-b*> ls /vol/vol0/home/http

.

..

n3400-b*>

n3400-b*> options http

httpd.access                 legacy

httpd.admin.access           legacy

httpd.admin.enable           on

httpd.admin.hostsequiv.enable off

httpd.admin.max_connections  512

httpd.admin.ssl.enable       on

httpd.admin.top-page.authentication on

httpd.autoindex.enable       off

httpd.bypass_traverse_checking off

httpd.enable                 off

httpd.ipv6.enable            off

httpd.log.format             common     (value might be overwritten in takeover)

httpd.method.trace.enable    off

httpd.rootdir                /vol/vol0/home/http

httpd.timeout                300        (value might be overwritten in takeover)

httpd.timewait.enable        off        (value might be overwritten in takeover)

Thanks for help..

Re: FilerView not accessible on DataOntap 8.1.R3 7mode on fas2040 ( IBM N3400)

Hi, Sorry but until the 8.1 the FilerView is deprecated,

you can download the onCommand System manager to manager your NSerie

Re: FilerView not accessible on DataOntap 8.1.R3 7mode on fas2040 ( IBM N3400)

Thanks Cedric, I already using ssh and system manager for manage my filer. but some settings ( like nfs permission and config) Filerview is really helpful.

we have to wait thanks again..

Re: FilerView not accessible on DataOntap 8.1.R3 7mode on fas2040 ( IBM N3400)

Right, but system manager has easier work-flows and  much better manageability. Filer view is out dated. To add to it, you can manage multiple (c-mode as well as 7-mode) systems through system manager.

Re: FilerView not accessible on DataOntap 8.1.R3 7mode on fas2040 ( IBM N3400)

Yeah, system manager much more capabilities than filler view, but on client must be installation the program. different with filer view, after installation, customer just point ip address to the web browser to manage it, little easy...Smiley Happy. Some time system manager very slow too  . better using command line for geek user...