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How to execute perf api for CIFS and NFS protocols

Hi

To use perf api in Netapp cluster, it ask instance names.But how can i get instance for protocols(NFS,CIFS).We can have instance for lun,volume and aggregate ...SO i would like to know, how to use perf api for protocol.Please suggest me.

with regards

srimurgan chinnusamy

rle Former NetApp Employee

Re: How to execute perf api for CIFS and NFS protocols

Hi Srimurgan,

In cDOT, I was able to get information about instances.

[rle@pale]{/u/rle} ontapi rtp-cse-cl01 myPass perf-object-instance-list-info-iter objectname nfsv3

<results status="passed">

        <attributes-list>

                <instance-info>

                        <name>PrivateCloud</name>

                        <uuid>7</uuid>

                </instance-info>

                <instance-info>

                        <name>dtmgmt</name>

                        <uuid>15</uuid>

                </instance-info>

                <instance-info>

                        <name>vs-cse-01</name>

                        <uuid>4</uuid>

                </instance-info>

                <instance-info>

                        <name>vs-orng-01</name>

                        <uuid>6</uuid>

                </instance-info>

                <instance-info>

                        <name>vs1</name>

                        <uuid>3</uuid>

                </instance-info>

                <instance-info>

                        <name>wfatest</name>

                        <uuid>13</uuid>

                </instance-info>

        </attributes-list>

        <num-records>6</num-records>

</results>

It looks like each instance is a vserver.  There are other counter objects like nfsv3:node, nfsv3_cpu, etc.  My blog might be helpful.

Regards,

   - Rick -

Re: How to execute perf api for CIFS and NFS protocols

Hi

Thanks for your response.

regards

srimurugan

Re: How to execute perf api for CIFS and NFS protocols

Hi

To execute Netapp cluster 8.0 ontap api using java code what are user roles we need.

Thanks & regards

Srimurugan