2012-12-19 02:10 AM
I'm using DFM to handle snapvault of our NFS volumes containing vmware virtual machines to our secondary FAS box, but I'm unable to get ndmpcopy to copy a file from a snapshot on the secondary to the primary. Keep getting a RPC error: ERROR: BAD ENV OP. Anyway, I'm still really new to Netapp, so I hope someone outthere is more capable or might suggest a different path to solve my problem.
ndmpcopy -da root:password /vol/sv_fas3240_1_aggr0_nfs1/.snapshot/2012-12-08_
Ndmpcopy: Starting copy [ 13 ] ...
Ndmpcopy: fas2240-1: Notify: Connection established
Ndmpcopy: fas3240-1: Notify: Connection established
Ndmpcopy: fas2240-1: Connect: Authentication successful
Ndmpcopy: fas3240-1: Connect: Authentication successful
Ndmpcopy: fas2240-1: Log: DATA: Backup terminated: backup configuration failure (2) on RPC error: ERROR: BAD ENV OP (for /vol/sv_fas3240_1_aggr0_nfs1/.snapshot/2012-12-08_
Ndmpcopy: fas2240-1: Connection halted: HALT: Internal error!
Ndmpcopy: fas3240-1: Log: RESTORE: Read Socket received EOF.
Ndmpcopy: Notify: Transfer failed
I need to copy (restore) the vm files from a snapshot on the secondary to the primary. DFM requires flexclone on the secondary to do it through it's interface - I don't have a flexclone license for the secondary.
2014-02-26 08:23 AM
I have been having the same problem and believe "RPC error: ERROR: BAD ENV OP" should be reported as "File not found". In my case there was two problems.
1). The source for the NDMPCOPY was a snapvault destination and therefore had a qtree in it. The path needs to include the qtree name after the snapshot and before the directory name.
2). I though I needed *.* to restore the content of a directory but this is incorrect and will result in a RPC error.
Hope it helps