Not enough memory error

I am trying to run the get-navol command against one of our snapvault destinations.  I have run this against this filer in the past and haven't had problems.  The only thing that I can think if that have changed since the last time I successfully got this to run was the aggregates on the filer have been converted to 64 bit and I have upgraded the tool kit.  Is this an environment issue (meaning my machines configuration) or an issue with the toolkit?

PS C:\Scripts> Get-NaVol

Get-NaVol : Not enough memory for reply value, but command completed successfully

At line:1 char:1

+ Get-NaVol

+ ~~~~~~~~~

    + CategoryInfo          : InvalidOperation: (aFiLeR:NaController) [Get-NaVol], EONTAPI_ENOMEM

    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : ApiException,DataONTAP.PowerShell.SDK.Cmdlets.Volume.GetNaVol

Re: Not enough memory error

Can you say (approximately) how many volumes are present?

Re: Not enough memory error

Total of 129 volumes, surprisingly fewer then I would have expected.

Re: Not enough memory error

If you pipe to out-file do you get same issue?

Re: Not enough memory error

It does, the issue is with the underlying code in the tool kit.  Regardless of what you do with the results it always fails.

Re: Not enough memory error

To get around this error, install the latest version of the toolkit and run; Get-NaVol -Terse

Re: Not enough memory error

Thanks for confirming that works.  Get-NaVol returns a large amount of info, much of it rarely needed in a volume context; that was apparently leading to the out-of-memory condition in Data ONTAP's API handler.  -Terse omits some of the extra data, and the resulting packets are much smaller.

Re: Not enough memory error

I ran into the same issue after hitting about 120 volumes. Using the -Terse switch does work though. Thanks!

Re: Not enough memory error

I'm running into the same out of memory issue.  -Terse work, but what info\data does it not return?

Re: Not enough memory error

-Terse omits a number of info types, such as autosize info, RAID group info, and autodelete info.  Just try these two commands and compare the differences:

Get-NaVol vol0 | Format-Custom

Get-NaVol vol0 -Terse | Format-Custom