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Tree listing within a volume


I am looking for a way, whether it is using the default commands within DataOntap or using powershell to find a way to get a directory tree listing of our volumes.

Does anyone have a script, or know of a way to pull this information?

I will need to be able to pull the entire structure, so something like this;










And so on.  The company I work for specializes in eDiscovery, so the has the potential to be some pretty deep structures.  At some point, I may need to figure out a way to show directory sizes also, but that is down the road.

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.



You mount volume on host and use any available tools for host operating system to do it. There are plenty, both for Windows and for UNIX.


Ok, so there is nothing, like OnCommand Ops Manager, or Insight Reporter that will help me with this? 

It is something that I am going to have to start reporting on, however first I need to discover the information. 

The issue I am running into is that our Volumes are extremely large, as we do eDiscovery.  So I am talking volumes that are 10 - 20 TB in size with hundreds of millions of files in them.

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