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OnCommand System Manager 3.1RC1 for Mac OSX

kunalm

Folks

The Mac build at toolchest has been updated to 3.1RC1 build.

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System Manager 3.1RC1 build for Mac OSX is now available for download from NetApp Support Site > Toolchest

http://support.netapp.com/NOW/download/tools/ocsm/

Disclaimer on OnCommand System Manager 3.1RC1 for Mac OSX

============================================================================

We currently do not officially support Systems Manager on the Mac OSX Platform.

This will be supported on a best-effort volunteer basis via the communities There is no engineering or CSS support for this build.

There will be no guarantee for support nor commitment to providing an OSX based client in future releases.

   ============================================================================

Thanks for supporting System Manager.

Message was edited by: Kunal Malhotra

72 REPLIES 72

nmilosevic

All the System Manager for Mac links fail now, is this still available for download some where?

AlexDawson

Hi there! Looks like @yannb 's SSL certificate is no longer valid as the certification authority is no longer certified by Chrome (and probably others), so the link won't work.

 

You can download it on a mac via CLI - open the terminal and run "curl -O https://ssl.tynsoe.org/systemmanager/SystemManager_3.1.2_319.9.zip -k"

 

Hope this helps!

GERNETAPP

It seems that it's not working anymore:

 

$ curl -O https://ssl.tynsoe.org/systemmanager/SystemManager_3.1.2_319.9.zip -k

  % Total    % Received % Xferd  Average Speed   Time    Time     Time  Current

                                 Dload  Upload   Total   Spent    Left  Speed

  0     0    0     0    0     0      0      0 --:--:--  0:00:01 --:--:--     0

curl: (7) Failed to connect to ssl.tynsoe.org port 443: Connection refused

 

Any ideas on how to download it?

GERNETAPP

Thanks a lot, Yann

AlexDawson

Thanks Yann! 

yannb

Thanks for pointing it out, it should be fine now!

mark_flint

Thanks guys, really appreciate being able to run the systems from my 

laptop 🙂

 

`Mark

 

cmfl

Hi folks any working on making the OnCommand 3.1 work with OSX 10.10 and Java 1.8. This combination seems to work great for most other Apps.

Macalb

In my Mac doesn't work, still getting this error:

 

java_error

 

Mac OS 10.10.4

Java 1.8.0_51-b16

CAFELATTE

 

I realize that OnCommand System Manager 3.1RC1 for Mac OSX not officially supported, but with Java 7 nearing EOL (April 2015)

and Mac OSX is now at v10.10.x and that System Manager for Mac is starting to show it's age.

 

 

Hoping that someone from Netapp whom has some influence is reading this.

So when is OnCommand System Manager for Mac OSX going to be updated or supported.

 

Since 98 percent of the work I perform on our Netapp filers is unix CLI based, it would be nice to have a suite of tools that I can 

use from the CLI or GUI on my portable unix system, aka: my MacBook Pro.

 

 

 

 

You will get your wish, but in an indirect manner.  Data OnTAP 8.3 has moved System Manager back into the core OS (like FilerView was in 7-mode).  From the Release Notes:

 

Accessing System Manager 8.3
Starting with Data ONTAP 8.3, System Manager is included with Data ONTAP as a web service and
enabled by default. You can access System Manager by entering the IP address of the cluster
management LIF in a web browser. 

 

Once you have DoT 8.3 available, System Manager is then available on any platform with a compatible browser.  

Macalb

What do you mean exactly? We need to change the default 7-mode?

 

bobshouseofcards

No - not at all.  DoT 8.3 has no 7-mode.  It's just that System Manager is built in like FilerView used to be in old 7-mode stuff.

 

So - there will be no ongoing System Manager as a separate item to install.  To access System Manager for a cluster, just point a web browser at the cluster management lif as in:

 

http://cluster

 

 

Every time you upgrade DoT, System Manager will get upgraded along with it as needed.

Macalb

Hi, there are some news about OSX 10.10 Yosemite compatibility?

New software release available or planned?

Ferr

@kunalm wrote:

Folks

 

The Mac build at toolchest has been updated to 3.1RC1 build.

 

============================================================================

 

System Manager 3.1RC1 build for Mac OSX is now available for download from NetApp Support Site > Toolchest

http://support.netapp.com/NOW/download/tools/ocsm/

 

 

Disclaimer on OnCommand System Manager 3.1RC1 for Mac OSX

 

============================================================================

We currently do not officially support Systems Manager on the Mac OSX Platform.

 

This will be supported on a best-effort volunteer basis via the communities There is no engineering or CSS support for this build.

 

There will be no guarantee for support nor commitment to providing an OSX based client in future releases.

   ============================================================================

 

Thanks for supporting System Manager.

 

Message was edited by: Kunal Malhotra


 

This version doesn't work with Java 8.x and because in OSX 10.10 Yosemite I can't install Java 7, I can't use the software in the last OSX ...

Any solution?



Gil
NetApp

I'm running Yosemite and I ran into the java 8 issue.  I made it work by removing everything related to Java8 and re-installing java7, you have a search a little more for in the java.com website but it runs but RC1 ran just fine.  If you have both java 8 and 7 installed at the same time installation wont work.

denn_john

I have it working on OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 with both Java7 and 8 installed.   I created my own start script for System Manager.

 

 

#!/bin/bash

export JAVA_HOME=/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_71.jdk/Contents/Home

cd /Applications/SystemManager3.app/Contents/MacOS
/Applications/SystemManager3.app/Contents/MacOS/SystemManager3

 

Would be really nice however to get an updated System Manager!

diamond

Maybe a little cleaner, but same idea:

 

#!/bin/bash

export JAVA_HOME=/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_71.jdk/Contents/Home

open -a  SystemManager3

 

Rob

diamond

Turns out that I am lazy, this will stop the server app then restart SystemManager3. I keep going to start it up later and it won't because the server app is still running. Kill that turkey first.

 

/Users/rgranger$ cat sm3

#!/bin/bash -x

#export JAVA_HOME=/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_71.jdk/Contents/Home

#updated with the following line to return the current 1.7 version

export JAVA_HOME=`/usr/libexec/java_home -v 1.7`

killall  SystemManager3

open -a  SystemManager3

 

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