Subscribe

The tag mechanism of the "netgroups-file-get-iter" zapi call doesn't appear to work

Hello, I am a TSE with this Active case open - https://smartsolve.netapp.com/case?case_id=2006299816

 

 

I am creating this post for the customer as he believes that there is a bug related to the netgorups-file-get-iter call. I will maintain the case Active for monitoring and to provide assistance where needed.

 

 

Problem Summary:

 

The tag mechanism of the "netgroups-file-get-iter" zapi call doesn't appear to work.  The first call returns 20 records, but calling it again with a tag always returns zero records, even when the filer definitely has more than 20 netgroup entries.

Increasing the "max-records" parameter results in more records being returned on the first call, but the second call still returns zero records.

 

 

Test performed:

 

I attached a perl script text below that can reproduce the bug, as follows:

1. Use "netgroup load" on the cluster to populate the local netgroup database.  The loaded netgroup file should have 40 or more entries.

2. Edit the attached perl script to supply a username and password for a user with the capability to run netgroups-file-get-iter.  A user with the "readonly" role should work.

3. Run the script, supplying the cluster management address as the first parameter.

Although the cluster has more than 20 netgroup entries, you'll get

Received 20 entries
Received no entries

What you should get is

Received 20 entries
Received 20 entries

You can compare this behavior to that of "volume-get-iter" or "qtree-list-iter" by changing the $API variable.  Those calls will give you the correct output (if run against a cluster with at least 40 volumes or qtrees, respectively).

 

 

 

 

Perl script text:

 

#!/usr/bin/perl

use strict;
use warnings;
use NaServer;

my $API = 'netgroups-file-get-iter';
my $USER = '<insert username here>';
my $PASS = '<insert password here>';

{
    my $s = NaServer->new($ARGV[0], 1, 31);
    $s->set_admin_user($USER, $PASS);

    # first query
    my $res = $s->invoke($API);
    if (!$res || $res->results_status() eq 'failed') {
        die "$API failed";
    }
    my $itertag = $res->child_get_string('next-tag')
        or die "Invalid test: data all fits in one call";
    my $attrs = $res->child_get('attributes-list');
    if ($attrs) {
        print "Received ",scalar($attrs->children_get())," entries\n";
    } else {
        print "Received no entries\n";
    }

    # second query
    my $query = NaElement->new($API);
    if (defined($itertag)) {
        $query->child_add_string('tag', $itertag);
    }
    $res = $s->invoke_elem($query);
    if (!$res || $res->results_status() eq 'failed') {
        die "$API failed";
    }
    $attrs = $res->child_get('attributes-list');
    if ($attrs) {
        print "Received ",scalar($attrs->children_get())," entries\n";
    } else {
        print "Received no entries\n";
    }
}

Re: The tag mechanism of the "netgroups-file-get-iter" zapi call doesn't appear to work

any updates?

Re: The tag mechanism of the "netgroups-file-get-iter" zapi call doesn't appear to work

, the “netgroups-file-get-iter” is a new API introduced with SDK version 5.5 (API version 1.3.1)
I downloaded the latest SDK and had a look at the structure compared to “qtree-list-iter” (which has the same parameters) EG:

 

Here is the example code in Perl to invoke the ZAPI from zexplore (set the path as required):

require 5.6.1;
use lib '<path_to_nmsdk_root>/lib/perl/NetApp';
use strict;
use warnings;
use NaServer;
use NaElement;

my $s = new NaServer('<server name or IP address>', 1 , 31);
$s->set_server_type('FILER');
$s->set_transport_type('HTTPS');
$s->set_port(443);
$s->set_style('LOGIN');
$s->set_admin_user('<user name>', '<password>');

my $api = new NaElement('netgroups-file-get-iter');

my $xi = new NaElement('desired-attributes');
$api->child_add($xi);

my $xi1 = new NaElement('netgroups-file-config-info');
$xi->child_add($xi1);

$xi1->child_add_string('domain','<domain>');
$xi1->child_add_string('host','<host>');
$xi1->child_add_string('member-netgroup','<member-netgroup>');
$xi1->child_add_string('netgroup-name','<netgroup-name>');
$xi1->child_add_string('user','<user>');
$xi1->child_add_string('vserver','<vserver>');
$api->child_add_string('max-records','<max-records>');

my $xi2 = new NaElement('query');
$api->child_add($xi2);

my $xi3 = new NaElement('netgroups-file-config-info');
$xi2->child_add($xi3);

$xi3->child_add_string('domain','<domain>');
$xi3->child_add_string('host','<host>');
$xi3->child_add_string('member-netgroup','<member-netgroup>');
$xi3->child_add_string('netgroup-name','<netgroup-name>');
$xi3->child_add_string('user','<user>');
$xi3->child_add_string('vserver','<vserver>');
$api->child_add_string('tag','<tag>');

my $xo = $s->invoke_elem($api);
if ($xo->results_status() eq 'failed') {
    print 'Error:\n';
    print $xo->sprintf();
    exit 1;
}

print 'Received:\n';
print $xo->sprintf();

Another method to determine if the issue is caused by the ZAPI or the PERL code would be to test the ZAPI using the “apitest” utility within the SDK
There is a PERL example in the SDK which contains the required syntax. See (“<path_to_nmsdk_root>/src/sample/Data_ONTAP/Perl/apitest.pl”)

 

 

next step:

 

waiting for customer to test the ZAPI

Re: The tag mechanism of the "netgroups-file-get-iter" zapi call doesn't appear to work

[ Edited ]

Hi Logan,

 

I believe the issue relates the "max-records" property default value being set to 20. I do not think there is a bug with the API as a low default value would have probably been defined to ensure the ZAPI does not return all records. You need to explicitly set the 'max-records' property of the NaElement object BEFORE you invoke the 'netgroups-file-get-iter' ZAPI to ensure that you can iterate through each netgroup rather than just the default of 20.

 

Here is an example in PowerShell which uses the "manageontap.dll" from the NMSDK 5.5 (ZAPI version 1.31 introduces the 'netgroups' API)

 

 

 

<#'-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
'Script Name : NetGroups.ps1
'Author      : Matthew Beattie
'Email       : mbeattie@netapp.com
'Created     : 2016-07-07
'Description : This script invokes the "netgroups-get-iter" ZAPI to enumerate 
'            : and iterate through a list of netgroups on a vserver
'-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#>
param(
   [Parameter(Mandatory = $True, HelpMessage = "The name of the storage controller to connect to")]
   [String]$ClusterName,
   [Parameter(Mandatory = $False, HelpMessage = "The name of the vFiler to connect to")]
   [String]$VserverName
)
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Initialization Section. Define Global Variables.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[String]$scriptPath     = Split-Path($MyInvocation.MyCommand.Path)
[String]$scriptSpec     = $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition
[String]$scriptBaseName = (Get-Item $scriptSpec).BaseName
[String]$scriptName     = (Get-Item $scriptSpec).Name
[String]$fileSpec       = "$scriptPath\ManageOntap.dll"
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Ensure the ManageONTAP.dll file exists in the scripts working directory.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
If(-Not(Test-Path -Path $fileSpec)){
   Write-Warning "The file ""$fileSpec"" does not exist. Exiting"
   Exit
}
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Load the ManageONTAP.dll file
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Try{
   [Reflection.Assembly]::LoadFile($fileSpec) | Out-Null
   Write-Host "Loaded file ""$fileSpec"""
}Catch{
   Write-Warning -Message $("Failed loading file ""$fileSpec"". Error " + $_.Exception.Message)
   Exit -1
}
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Create a ZAPI connection to the cluster using ZAPI version 1.31 (required for netgroups).
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[NetApp.Manage.NaServer]$naServer = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaServer($ClusterName, "1", "31")
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Enuemate credentials to connect ot the cluster.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
$credentials = $host.ui.PromptForCredential("Connect to ""$ClusterName""", "Please enter the user name and password", "", "")
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Enumerate the username and password from the PowerShell credential object.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[String]$domain    = $credentials.GetNetworkCredential().domain
[String]$user      = $credentials.GetNetworkCredential().username
[String]$password  = $credentials.GetNetworkCredential().password
If($domain -ne "" -Or $domain -ne $Null){
   If($domain.Contains(".")){
      [String]$userName = "$user`@$domain"
   }Else{
      If($credentials.UserName.Contains("\") -And $credentials.UserName.SubString(0, 1) -ne "\"){
         [String]$userName = $credentials.UserName
      }Else{
         [String]$userName = $user
      }
   }
}
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Set the username and password for the NaServer object.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
$naServer.SetAdminUser($userName, $password)
$naServer.ServerType    = 'FILER'
$naServer.TransportType = 'HTTPS'
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Invoke the ZAPI to list the netgroups
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[String]$zapiName = "netgroups-file-get-iter"
[Int]$maxRecords  = 100
Write-Host "Invoking ZAPI ""$zapiName"""
Try{
   $naElement = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaElement("$zapiName")
   $naElement.AddNewChild("max-records", $maxRecords)
   $results   = $NaServer.InvokeElem($naElement)
   $records   = $results.GetChildContent("num-records")   
}Catch{
   Write-Warning -Message $("Failed invoking ""$zapiName"". Error " + $_.Exception.Message)
   Exit -1
}
Write-Host "There are $records netgroups on vserver $VserverName"
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Iterate through each netgroup.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
$netGroups = $results.GetChildByName("attributes-list").GetChildren();
Write-Host "NetGroupName,Users"
ForEach($netGroup In $netGroups){
   Write-Host $($netGroup.GetChildContent("netgroup-name") + "," + $netGroup.GetChildContent("user"));
}
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

Note: The above script assumes you have downloaded the NMSDK 5.5 and copied the 'manageontap.dll' to the scripts working directory.

 

Example output:

 

 

PS C:\Scripts\PowerShell\Projects\NetGroups> .\NetGroups1.ps1 -ClusterName cluster3 -VserverName testnfs1
Loaded file "C:\Scripts\PowerShell\Projects\NetGroups\ManageOntap.dll"
Invoking ZAPI "netgroups-file-get-iter"
There are 25 netgroups on vserver testnfs1
NetGroupName,Users
group1,user1
group2,user2
group3,user3
group4,user4
group5,user5
group6,user6
group7,user7
group8,user8
group9,user9
group10,user10
group11,user11
group12,user12
group13,user13
group14,user14
group15,user15
group16,user16
group17,user17
group18,user18
group19,user19
group20,user20
group21,user21
group22,user22
group23,user23
group24,user24
group25,user25

 

Hope that helps.

 

/Matt

 

If this post resolved your issue, help others by selecting ACCEPT AS SOLUTION or adding a KUDO.

Re: The tag mechanism of the "netgroups-file-get-iter" zapi call doesn't appear to work

The bug is with the tag parameter, not with the max-records parameter.  The first call (with no tag parameter) always works correctly; it just returns the first max-records records and a next-tag field.  The problem happens when you try to use that next-tag field in a second invocation of the API call.

 

I'm not a powershell programmer, but you need to do something like this: leave the max-records alone, but get the "next-tag" field from the first call:

 

 

$naElement = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaElement($zapiName)
$results = $NaServer.InvokeElem($naElement)
$tag = $results.GetChildContent("next-tag")

...then use that in a second invocation:

 

 

$naElement = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaElement($zapiName)
$naElement.AddNewChild("tag", $tag)
$results = $NaServer.InvokeElem($naElement)

This time $results will contain no entries, while it should contain records 21-40.  And indeed, if you replace the zapi call with another -iter, say, qtree-list-iter or volume-list-iter, the tag mechanism works fine, and each call gets you the next 20 records.

 

Re: The tag mechanism of the "netgroups-file-get-iter" zapi call doesn't appear to work

[ Edited ]

Hi,

 

You are correct and appologies for the delayed response, I think there is a BUG with the "netgroups-file-get-iter" ZAPI when used with the tag mechanism as it does not return more than 20 returns. I confirmed this by testing another ZAPI "qtree-list-iter" using the tag mechanism to iterate through the results and it works successfully. EG:

 

<#'-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
'Script Name : GetQtrees.ps1
'Author      : Matthew Beattie
'Email       : mbeattie@netapp.com
'Created     : 2016-08-02
'Description : This script invokes the "qtree-list-iter" ZAPI to enumerate 
'            : and iterate through a list of qtrees in a volume on a vserver.
'-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#>
param(
   [Parameter(Mandatory = $True, HelpMessage = "The name of the cluster")]
   [String]$ClusterName,
   [Parameter(Mandatory = $False, HelpMessage = "The name of the vserver")]
   [String]$VserverName,
   [Parameter(Mandatory = $False, HelpMessage = "The name of the volume")]
   [String]$VolumeName
)
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Initialization Section. Define Global Variables.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[String]$scriptPath     = Split-Path($MyInvocation.MyCommand.Path)
[String]$scriptSpec     = $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition
[String]$scriptBaseName = (Get-Item $scriptSpec).BaseName
[String]$scriptName     = (Get-Item $scriptSpec).Name
[String]$fileSpec       = "$scriptPath\ManageOntap.dll"
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Ensure the ManageONTAP.dll file exists in the scripts working directory.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
If(-Not(Test-Path -Path $fileSpec)){
   Write-Warning "The file ""$fileSpec"" does not exist. Exiting"
   Exit
}
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Load the ManageONTAP.dll file
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Try{
   [Reflection.Assembly]::LoadFile($fileSpec) | Out-Null
   Write-Host "Loaded file ""$fileSpec"""
}Catch{
   Write-Warning -Message $("Failed loading file ""$fileSpec"". Error " + $_.Exception.Message)
   Exit -1
}
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Create a ZAPI connection to the cluster using ZAPI version 1.31 (required for netgroups).
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[NetApp.Manage.NaServer]$naServer = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaServer($ClusterName, "1", "31")
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Enuemate credentials to connect ot the cluster.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
$credentials = $host.ui.PromptForCredential("Connect to ""$ClusterName""", "Please enter the user name and password", "", "")
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Enumerate the username and password from the PowerShell credential object.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[String]$domain    = $credentials.GetNetworkCredential().domain
[String]$user      = $credentials.GetNetworkCredential().username
[String]$password  = $credentials.GetNetworkCredential().password
If($domain -ne "" -Or $domain -ne $Null){
   If($domain.Contains(".")){
      [String]$userName = "$user`@$domain"
   }Else{
      If($credentials.UserName.Contains("\") -And $credentials.UserName.SubString(0, 1) -ne "\"){
         [String]$userName = $credentials.UserName
      }Else{
         [String]$userName = $user
      }
   }
}
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Set the username and password for the NaServer object.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
$naServer.SetAdminUser($userName, $password)
$naServer.ServerType    = 'FILER'
$naServer.TransportType = 'HTTPS'
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Invoke the ZAPI to list the netgroups
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[String]$zapiName = "qtree-list-iter"
[String]$tag      = "start"
Write-Host "Invoking ZAPI ""$zapiName"""
Write-Host "QtreeName"
While($tag){
   $api = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaElement("$zapiName")
   $xi1 = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaElement("query");
   $api.AddChildElement($xi1);
   $xi2 = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaElement("qtree-info");
   $xi1.AddChildElement($xi2);
   $xi2.AddNewChild("vserver", $VserverName);
   $xi2.AddNewChild("volume", $volumeName);
   If($tag -ne "start"){
      $api.AddNewChild("tag", $tag)
   }
   Try{
      $results = $NaServer.InvokeElem($api)
   }Catch{
      Write-Warning -Message $("Failed invoking ""$zapiName"". Error " + $_.Exception.Message)
      Exit -1
   }
   $tag     = $results.GetChildContent("next-tag")
   $records = $results.GetChildContent("num-records")
   Write-Host "There are $records records in the current iteration"
   If($results -ne $Null -And $records -ne 0){
      ForEach($result in ($results.GetChildByName("attributes-list").GetChildren())){
         [String]$qtreeName = $result.GetChildContent("qtree")
         Write-Host $qtreeName
      }
   }Else{
      Write-Host "There were $records records in the iteration"
   }
}
Write-Host "Done"
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Example output:

 

PS C:\Scripts\PowerShell\Projects> cd .\Qtrees
PS C:\Scripts\PowerShell\Projects\Qtrees> .\Qtrees.ps1 -ClusterName cluster3 -VserverName testnfs1 -VolumeName testvol1
Loaded file "C:\Scripts\PowerShell\Projects\Qtrees\ManageOntap.dll"
Invoking ZAPI "qtree-list-iter"
QtreeName
There are 20 records in the current iteration

qtree_01
qtree_02
qtree_03
qtree_04
qtree_05
qtree_06
qtree_07
qtree_08
qtree_09
qtree_10
qtree_11
qtree_12
qtree_13
qtree_14
qtree_15
qtree_16
qtree_17
qtree_18
qtree_19
There are 20 records in the current iteration
qtree_20
qtree_21
qtree_22
qtree_23
qtree_24
qtree_25
qtree_26
qtree_27
qtree_28
qtree_29
qtree_30
qtree_31
qtree_32
qtree_33
qtree_34
qtree_35
qtree_36
qtree_37
qtree_38
qtree_39
There are 11 records in the current iteration
qtree_40
qtree_41
qtree_42
qtree_43
qtree_44
qtree_45
qtree_46
qtree_47
qtree_48
qtree_49
qtree_50
Done

Now if i apply exactly the same principle using the tag mechanism but using the "netgroups-file-get-iter" it will only show the first 20 results (even though there were 25 netgroups on my vserver). EG

 

<#'-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
'Script Name : NetGroups.ps1
'Author      : Matthew Beattie
'Email       : mbeattie@netapp.com
'Created     : 2016-08-02
'Description : This script invokes the "netgroups-get-iter" ZAPI to enumerate 
'            : and iterate through a list of netgroups on a vserver
'-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#>
param(
   [Parameter(Mandatory = $True, HelpMessage = "The name of the cluster")]
   [String]$ClusterName,
   [Parameter(Mandatory = $False, HelpMessage = "The name of the vserver")]
   [String]$VserverName
)
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Initialization Section. Define Global Variables.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[String]$scriptPath     = Split-Path($MyInvocation.MyCommand.Path)
[String]$scriptSpec     = $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition
[String]$scriptBaseName = (Get-Item $scriptSpec).BaseName
[String]$scriptName     = (Get-Item $scriptSpec).Name
[String]$fileSpec       = "$scriptPath\ManageOntap.dll"
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Ensure the ManageONTAP.dll file exists in the scripts working directory.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
If(-Not(Test-Path -Path $fileSpec)){
   Write-Warning "The file ""$fileSpec"" does not exist. Exiting"
   Exit
}
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Load the ManageONTAP.dll file
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Try{
   [Reflection.Assembly]::LoadFile($fileSpec) | Out-Null
   Write-Host "Loaded file ""$fileSpec"""
}Catch{
   Write-Warning -Message $("Failed loading file ""$fileSpec"". Error " + $_.Exception.Message)
   Exit -1
}
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Create a ZAPI connection to the cluster using ZAPI version 1.31 (required for netgroups).
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[NetApp.Manage.NaServer]$naServer = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaServer($ClusterName, "1", "31")
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Enuemate credentials to connect ot the cluster.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
$credentials = $host.ui.PromptForCredential("Connect to ""$ClusterName""", "Please enter the user name and password", "", "")
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Enumerate the username and password from the PowerShell credential object.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[String]$domain    = $credentials.GetNetworkCredential().domain
[String]$user      = $credentials.GetNetworkCredential().username
[String]$password  = $credentials.GetNetworkCredential().password
If($domain -ne "" -Or $domain -ne $Null){
   If($domain.Contains(".")){
      [String]$userName = "$user`@$domain"
   }Else{
      If($credentials.UserName.Contains("\") -And $credentials.UserName.SubString(0, 1) -ne "\"){
         [String]$userName = $credentials.UserName
      }Else{
         [String]$userName = $user
      }
   }
}
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Set the username and password for the NaServer object.
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
$naServer.SetAdminUser($userName, $password)
$naServer.ServerType    = 'FILER'
$naServer.TransportType = 'HTTPS'
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#'Invoke the ZAPI to list the netgroups
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[String]$zapiName = "netgroups-file-get-iter"
[String]$tag      = "start"
Write-Host "Invoking ZAPI ""$zapiName"""
Write-Host "NetGroupName,Users"
While($tag){
   $api = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaElement("$zapiName")
   $xi1 = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaElement("query");
   $api.AddChildElement($xi1);
   $xi2 = New-Object NetApp.Manage.NaElement("netgroups-file-config-info");
   $xi1.AddChildElement($xi2);
   $xi2.AddNewChild("vserver", $VserverName);
   If($tag -ne "start"){
      $api.AddNewChild("tag", $tag)
   }
   Try{
      $results = $NaServer.InvokeElem($api)
   }Catch{
      Write-Warning -Message $("Failed invoking ""$zapiName"". Error " + $_.Exception.Message)
      Exit -1
   }
   $tag     = $results.GetChildContent("next-tag")
   $records = $results.GetChildContent("num-records")
   Write-Host "There are $records records in the current iteration"
   If($results -ne $Null -And $records -ne 0){
      ForEach($result in ($results.GetChildByName("attributes-list").GetChildren())){
         [String]$netGroupName = $result.GetChildContent("netgroup-name")
         [String]$netGroupUser = $result.GetChildContent("user")
         Write-Host "$netGroupName,$netGroupUser"
      }
   }Else{
      Write-Host "There were $records records in the iteration"
   }
}
Write-Host "Done"
#'------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Output:

 

 

PS C:\Scripts\PowerShell\Projects\NetGroups> .\NetGroups.ps1 -ClusterName cluster3 -VserverName testnfs1
Loaded file "C:\Scripts\PowerShell\Projects\NetGroups\ManageOntap.dll"
Invoking ZAPI "netgroups-file-get-iter"
NetGroupName,Users
There are 20 records in the current iteration
group1,user1
group2,user2
group3,user3
group4,user4
group5,user5
group6,user6
group7,user7
group8,user8
group9,user9
group10,user10
group11,user11
group12,user12
group13,user13
group14,user14
group15,user15
group16,user16
group17,user17
group18,user18
group19,user19
group20,user20
There are 0 records in the current iteration
There were 0 records in the iteration
Done

CLI output

 

cluster3::> netgroup file show -vserver testnfs1 -fields netgroup,user
vserver  netgroup user
-------- -------- --------
testnfs1 group1   user1
testnfs1 group2   user2
testnfs1 group3   user3
testnfs1 group4   user4
testnfs1 group5   user5
testnfs1 group6   user6
testnfs1 group7   user7
testnfs1 group8   user8
testnfs1 group9   user9
testnfs1 group10  user10
testnfs1 group11  user11
testnfs1 group12  user12
testnfs1 group13  user13
testnfs1 group14  user14
testnfs1 group15  user15
testnfs1 group16  user16
testnfs1 group17  user17
testnfs1 group18  user18
testnfs1 group19  user19
testnfs1 group20  user20
testnfs1 group21  user21
testnfs1 group22  user22
testnfs1 group23  user23
testnfs1 group24  user24
testnfs1 group25  user25
25 entries were displayed.

I think this is a BUG with the "netgroups-file-get-iter" ZAPI.

 

/matt

 

If this post resolved your issue, help others by selecting ACCEPT AS SOLUTION or adding a KUDO.