2010-07-21 12:10 PM
when i run dfm srm file types report , the first line give me the amount Tb that grouped under not identified file types
how i can find out what file types are not define in DFM ?
2010-07-21 01:08 PM
The following cli give the list of file type that are recognized in dfm.
dfm srm file type list
Do a ls –l *. Or dir To find the list of file types in your environment and find out the diff.
If there are any new file types that’s available in your environment but not listed in the above cli you can add those file types using the below cli.
Below is an example of the same where I have added my name as a file type.
dfm srm file type add .adai
The FileType: .adai has been added successfully.
2010-07-28 01:46 AM
what do mean by "Do a ls –l *. Or dir To find the list of file types in your environment and find out the diff" ?
where i am suppose to do the ls or dir command?
2010-07-28 07:02 AM
dfm only identifies the file type that are listed in the below cli.
dfm srm filetype list
Go to your servers and do a ls -l in linux/solaris environment and dir in windows environment to find out the file types
Now do a diff between the dir or ls-l and the output of the dfm srm filetype list.
And add each of the file types that are in the server where you are doing a srm file walk to dfm using the below cli.
dfm srm filetype add
2010-07-29 12:06 PM
all the files that the DFM report on ,are under qtrees in netapp cluster (cifs files)
the files comes from thousands of windows workstations
where do i suppose to do the DIR command?
2011-01-04 06:47 PM
Mount the CIFS share as a drive in one of the windows box and do a dir to find the list of files.
Add those missing file types in dfm using dfm srm file type add command.