OnCommand System Manager 2.1 is available on the support site.New features such as support for Flash Pools, Infinite Volumes, and multi-disk carrier disk shelves are included in this release. System Manager 2.1 also corrects a potential data availability issue that affected the network module in System Manager 2.0.1. The list of incremental bug fixes included in System Manager 2.1 is available here :
Customers using older versions of System Manager are recommended to download and install the new OnCommand System Manager 2.1 from the support site. We've also heard some complaints on performance and we have tried to address issues in this release.
Looks much more responsive than 2.0.2 (even after hostname resolution workaround). Also supports update. Congratulations!
One comment. Going into network configuration I get “/etc/rc entries are not in correct order, changing configuration disabled”. Well, I would expect OCSM to fix it for me; requiring user to manually edit it just opens up yet another possibility for “human factor” …
Is work still going on with the Beta that gives more control over vFiler management and SnapVault? Also, I think I ran into a bug the other day with version 2.0.2 at a client. I was trying to setup a QSM of a SLC system and it failed. Both the source and target systems were running ONTAP 8.1.1P2. 64b aggregates and both source and destination aggregates were SLC. When I used the wizard to create the relationship I got the following:
The source volume is a SLC volume. I was able to create the QSM from the CLI and then was able to manage it fine but this was strange.
Our team's taking a look at this. But just to confirm the behavior the cli allows creation for the exact same conditions but in SM you ran into this error? In case we need more data we'll reach out to you.