2012-12-03 02:24 AM
In what mode is your DFM 5.1 running ? 7-Mode or Cluster-Mode ? If cluster- mode you dont have a way to change your retention setting. If its 7-Mode refer to section 14 14 Data Collection. In the following TR.
2012-12-03 02:35 AM
# dfm perf data list ( this shows collection perdiod ( secs))
to change Performance Data Retention Times for "iSCSI Basic" ( for exemple) :
# dfm perf data modify "iSCSI Basic" collectionPeriod=7776000
--> ======== In oncommand Core Package
# dfm perf data modify -G iscsi -o <hostname> -r 90d
2012-12-03 02:42 AM
You still haven't answered my question. For DFM operating in Cluster-Mode flexbile data collection is not supported unlike the one in 7-Mode, which can be done as shown in the TR section 14.
2012-12-03 04:13 AM
Thank you, when i type dfm perf data list/modify i get the information i am looking for.
I run DFM in 7 Mode.
Is there an option to set defaults, also for new filer?
2012-12-03 04:18 AM
Unfortunately, there is no cli to modify the retention settings. Instead you will have to use the NMC UI as described in the TR. Also find the link to a previous thread where the same is discussed.