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Need detailed pdf for using Netapp OCI Powershell Cmdlets

koushi
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Hi All,

 

 

Can anyone please provide docs/pdf which will briefly explain about usage of Powershell cmdlets for OCI.

 

I've installed the OCI Powershell cmdlets using  "Install-Module OnCommand-Insight"

 

Once After install i'm able to connect the OCI server
"$Credential = Get-Credential
Connect-OciServer -Name myserver.mydomain.tld -Credential $Credential -Insecure"

 

After that, Not sure what the issue is what ever the cmdlet i try .. Im getting the output in xml format.

 

Can anyone please share any doc/pdf which briefly expalin about usage and example of Powershell cmdlets for OCI.

 

Looking forward for your responses eagerly.

 

Thanks

 

Koushik

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sbrack
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Hi Koushik,

 

there is a tutorial file available at GitHub containing some usage examples:

https://github.com/ffeldhaus/OnCommand-Insight/blob/master/OnCommand-Insight-Tutorial.md

 

Regards,

Seb

koushi
5,308 Views

Hi Sbrack,

 

Thanks for the github link. I've gone through the specified steps and it worked out till connect-ocicontroller.

 

Apart from that none of the commands seems to be working out.

 

Get-OciStorages  cmdlet outputs default xml fomat and its same for any cmdlet.

 

Can you please help out.. did i missed anything ?

 

 

ppalanin_cmc
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where i can  down Powershelf for OnCommand Insight?

INGO_REPINZ
3,471 Views

Hello there,

 

just in case you did not find it: just open the PowerShell on any recent Windows (or Server) with an working internetconnection and run this commando, it will install you the latest version of the module:

 

Install-Module -Name OnCommand-Insight

 

You can also download it from: PowerShell Gallery

 

hope that helped

cheers Ingo

carltech47
4,088 Views

Hello,

 

 

Are there any JAVA API's or equivalents for the OCI PowerShell Cmdlets?

 

 

 

If so, can you point me in the right direction.

INGO_REPINZ
3,306 Views

Hello,

 

you can execute upate-help in powershell, so you get the inline documentation for all the commandlets. Also you can give ISEsteroids a try, there you get additional functions available like a sidebar.

 

Ingo

cheers Ingo
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