2010-08-11 12:12 AM
I've got a little problem with filerview. After copying our root Volume to a new aggregate and changing the root flag, we're not able to see any Images at filerview just ugly red crosses.
Hope anyone can help
2010-08-11 08:39 AM
Have you rebooted (or performed a failover/giveback in the case of an HA-pair) yet? This limbo state may be confusing the system.
Not sure if this is the cause, but it's feasible. I typically don't leave controllers in this state for very long.
2010-08-11 09:09 AM
I have seen this before Usually filerview breaks after moving root and it is related to SSL... just reset ssl for filerview. I have never seen a burt on this but always rerun ssl to fix it when migrating root
securadmin disable ssl
secureadmin setup -f ssl
secureadmin enable ssl
It should be fixed...
2010-08-11 09:10 AM
Just thought you hadn't rebooted yet... the ssl not working issue I notice is after reboot...so this won't help prior to reboot since it won't affect the new root volume.
2010-08-13 02:50 AM
first of all thanks for helping me. Yesterday I were at my customer and we tried rebooting the System and resetup ssh but nothing worked. Now we've opened a case cause I really don't know what else I can do. It's pretty funny or maybe a little bit spooky , when I enter the hole path for example /naadmin/Images/filer.gif I get the image.
Let's see what the support team can do for us
2010-08-13 03:34 AM
I had this exact issue recently! After opening a case, NetApp gave me the following instructions...
> options httpd.admin.enable off
re-install Data ONTAP & reboot the filer
> options httpd.admin.enable on
For me this affected both http and https, so wasn't an SSL issue. This fixed it for me though.
2010-08-13 02:21 PM
Did you happen to set the correct path for the Filer View ? Has the new root volume named apart from vol0 ?
I remember you need to change the path to the http for Filer View to work.
But yeah, re-installing the Data ONTAP will fix it without doubt.