Data ONTAP 8.x 7-Mode Cook Book v1_3.pdf

by Frequent Contributor on ‎2012-09-11 08:18 AM - edited on ‎2014-09-26 11:47 AM by Community Manager

The unofficial cook book for performing common tasks from the command line in Data ONTAP 8.x 7-Mode.

 

Updated from v1.1 to v1.3 in July 2014 for ONTAP 8.2.1

Comments

waiting for this for a long time

Love it:>)

New Contributor

Mr. Cope... thank you so much for this!

Excellent manual. Is there a Clustered ONTAP version

Frequent Contributor

Not yet.  Someone else is working on that and they've decided to hold off until 8.2 comes out rather than have to re-write it.  The cDOT documentation set on the Support website has a Command Map document that compares 7-Mode commands with the equivalent cDOT commands

That makes sense. Roll on 8.2
For others that are interested: https://forums.netapp.com/community/support/cfor7

sundhar123

thank you So much Man !!!

very helpful..

Thank you

Frequent Contributor

Well, I'd really hoped the volunteers would have finished a Clustered ONTAP Cook Book by now (a year later).  That's probably not going to happen but there is a good possibility one of our tech writers will officially take on the task.  Stay tuned.

Can some one let me know if there is a CDOT cookbook available?

 

 

 

 

HI  cope  

Thanks Sanguy. If you have it can u share it to me.

 

Thanks!

 

@mcope any news about the Clustered Cooking Book?

Thanks!

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