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Reading out Dataset status in Powershell

DaanAnkersmid

Hello,

 

I am searching for a way to read out the data of the following view using Powershell.

The most important part is the Protection status and the Conformance Status.

The dataset list doesn't provide this data in CLI

 

Kind Regards,

Daan Ankersmid

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DaanAnkersmid

@asulliva

It is the Datasets overview screen in the Netapp Oncommand console. The colums represent how the last job went.

It is Snapmanager and snapmirror.

 

Kind Regards,

Daan Ankersmid

JGPSHNTAP

You are going to have to wrap the DFM CLI in powershell to get what you want

DaanAnkersmid

Yes i found out i have to use DFM but, all the things i found in DFM till now are not suited.

asulliva

Hello @DaanAnkersmid,

 

I'm not familiar with the status screen you're showing.  It looks like it's a SnapMirror status report?  Can you provide any details about the columns, e.g. what each one represents?

 

Andrew

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