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Get-NaSnapMirror (7 mode) and Get-NcSnapMirror (cDOT Cluster Mode)

Hello

 

Can someone please help with the following question.

 

We have a number of script using the NetApp PowerShell toolkit cmdlets which we have been using against 7 mode filers.

 

We are now upgrading to cDOT filers and I notice there is a lot of difference betweent the properties return via the above two command for example

 

if I do a Get-NaSnapMirror against a 7 mode volume it returns (I have change the names below for security)

 

Source : bovErnie:ATOntdata
Destination : whyErnie:ATOntdata
BaseSnapshot : whyErnie(1918096640)_ATOntdata.875
Contents : -
CurrentTransferError :
CurrentTransferType :
DestinationLocation : whyErnie:ATOntdata
InodesReplicated :
LagTime : 49678
LagTimeTS : 13:47:58
LastTransferDuration : 65
LastTransferDurationTS : 00:01:05
LastTransferFrom : -
LastTransferSize : 21528576
LastTransferType : -
MirrorTimestamp : 1437609603
MirrorTimestampDT : 23/07/2015 01:00:03
ReplicationOps :
SourceLocation : bovErnie:ATOntdata
State : source
Status : idle
TransferProgress : 0
InodesReplicatedSpecified : False
ReplicationOpsSpecified : False

 

If I run the same command against a cDOT vServer I get

 

NewestSnapshot=snapmirror.14d7295f-e4f7-11e4-9872-00a0985e53ea_3_2147484673.2015-07-23_142500
NewestSnapshotTimestamp=1437657900
NewestSnapshotTimestampDT=23/07/2015 14:25:00
Policy=
PolicyType=
ProgressLastUpdated=
RelationshipControlPlane=v1
RelationshipGroupType=
RelationshipId=
RelationshipProgress=
RelationshipStatus=idle
RelationshipType=load_sharing
ResyncFailedCount=
ResyncSuccessfulCount=
Schedule=5min
SnapshotCheckpoint=
SnapshotProgress=
SourceCluster=MyStoragecluster02
SourceLocation=MyStoragecluster02://MyStoragevs01/MyStoragevs01_root
SourceVolume=MyStoragevs01_root
SourceVserver=MyStoragevs01
SourceVserverUuid=
TotalTransferBytes=
TotalTransferTimeSecs=
TransferSnapshot=
Tries=8
UnhealthyReason=
UpdateFailedCount=
UpdateSuccessfulCount=
Vserver=MyStoragevs01
BreakFailedCountSpecified=False
BreakSuccessfulCountSpecified=False
CurrentMaxTransferRateSpecified=False
ExportedSnapshotTimestampSpecified=True
FileRestoreFileCountSpecified=False
IdentityPreserveSpecified=False
IsConstituentSpecified=True
IsHealthySpecified=True
LagTimeSpecified=False
LastTransferDurationSpecified=False
LastTransferEndTimestampSpecified=False
LastTransferErrorCodesSpecified=False
LastTransferSizeSpecified=False
MaxTransferRateSpecified=True
NewestSnapshotTimestampSpecified=True
ProgressLastUpdatedSpecified=False
RelationshipProgressSpecified=False
ResyncFailedCountSpecified=False
ResyncSuccessfulCountSpecified=False
SnapshotCheckpointSpecified=False
SnapshotProgressSpecified=False
TotalTransferBytesSpecified=False
TotalTransferTimeSecsSpecified=False
TriesSpecified=True
UpdateFailedCountSpecified=False
UpdateSuccessfulCountSpecified=False

 

Now the thing is I want to take our 7 mode scripts and convert to work with cDOT with the minium of pain. 

 

for example a colleague wrote the following lines of code for a 7 mode script 

 

$Output = Get-NcSnapmirror -Controller $SourceController

 

foreach ($Vol in $OUTPUT)
{
$Source = $Vol.SourceLocation 
$Destination = $Vol.DestinationLocation; 
$BaseSnapshot = $Vol.BaseSnapshot;
$Contents = $Vol.Contents;
$CurrentTransferError = $Vol.CurrentTransferError;
$CurrentTransferType = $Vol.CurrentTransferType;
$DestinationLocation = $Vol.DestinationLocation;
$LagTime = $Vol.LagTime;
$LagTimeTS = $Vol.LagTimeTS;
$LastTransferDuration = $Vol.LastTransferDuration;
$LastTransferDurationTS = $Vol.LastTransferDurationTS;
$LastTransferFrom = $Vol.LastTransferFrom;
$LastTransferSize = $Vol.LastTransferSize;
$LastTransferType = $Vol.LastTransferType;
$MirrorTimestamp = $Vol.MirrorTimestamp;
$MirrorTimestampDT = $Vol.MirrorTimestampDT;
$SourceLocation = $Vol.SourceLocation;
$State = $Vol.State;
$Status = $Vol.Status;
$TransferProgress = $Vol.TransferProgress;
}

 

 

A lot of the above properties e.g. TransferProgress in the 7 mode output are not there by default on the cDOT output

 

Question.

 

Is there any easy way (e.g. using an alternative cmdlet) or has someone already written a function to give me the same out put I was getting in 7 mode so I do not have to adjust all my scripts?

 

Thanks

Ernie

 

Re: Get-NaSnapMirror (7 mode) and Get-NcSnapMirror (cDOT Cluster Mode)

What version of cDOT are you using..

 

Pipe your get-ncsnapmirror | gm and paste the results.. You should be seeing more

 

But I do agree, it appears we need to make the some conversions of the date objects, there is no friendly field, it appears..

 

 

Re: Get-NaSnapMirror (7 mode) and Get-NcSnapMirror (cDOT Cluster Mode)

Thanks very much for the reply.

 

It looks like the TransferProgress property is now available on objects returned by Get-NcSnapMirrorDestination  therefore I will use this instead.

 

Thanks again

Ernie