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Tree listing within a volume

I am looking for a way, whether it is using the default commands within DataOntap or using powershell to find a way to get a directory tree listing of our volumes.

Does anyone have a script, or know of a way to pull this information?

I will need to be able to pull the entire structure, so something like this;

/Directory1

/Directory1/Foo1

/Directory1/Foo2

/Directory1/Foo2/ABC

/Directory1/Foo2/DEF

/Directory2

/Direcotor2/Tes1

/Directory2/Tes1/One

/Directory2/Tes1/Two

And so on.  The company I work for specializes in eDiscovery, so the has the potential to be some pretty deep structures.  At some point, I may need to figure out a way to show directory sizes also, but that is down the road.

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.

Re: Tree listing within a volume

You mount volume on host and use any available tools for host operating system to do it. There are plenty, both for Windows and for UNIX.

Re: Tree listing within a volume

Ok, so there is nothing, like OnCommand Ops Manager, or Insight Reporter that will help me with this? 

It is something that I am going to have to start reporting on, however first I need to discover the information. 

The issue I am running into is that our Volumes are extremely large, as we do eDiscovery.  So I am talking volumes that are 10 - 20 TB in size with hundreds of millions of files in them.