I am attempting to reassign ownership from swapped disks from another shelf of the same model Netapp. The one the I am swapping from is offline so I have not been able to fail them or release their ownership from that end.
The disks will not give up their ownership in the new Netapp. Their status is showing as Unknown.
When I ask for ownership they still show their old ownership and homeid.
I am using advanced privilege.
I have attempted the following:
storage disk removeowner -disk *.*.*
without options it gives me this result - Error: command failed: Failed to remove the owner of disk "*.*.*". Reason: Cannot remove owner of disk "*.*.*" because it is shared.
storage disk removeowner -disk *.*.* with options -root, -data, -data1, -data2 & -force true
all of these option gave me the same error: Error: command failed: Internal error. Unable to determine the sharing method for disk "*.*.*".
storage disk assign -disk *.*.* -owner node (with options) -root, -data, -data1, -data2 true -force true
This one confuses me more: Error: command failed: Failed to get name for the local node
Since these came from another Netapp I decided to use their previous homeid and try to reassign them and....
storage disk reassign -homeid **** -newhomeid ***** -force true
Error: command failed: Disk reassign failed. Reason: disk reassign is only allowed during takeover in advanced mode. (This reason sucked because manually doing this would have solved my problem immediately, but no)
I am seriously confused as to why I cannot get these disks to change their ownership.I have tried every command that is out there and they just won't change.
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So, I have some 7-mode systems I despise. I need to edit the /etc/usermap.cfg file.
I have SFTP and FTP enable, root has access, no other users setup and suing WinSCP I can't connect for the life me. Then I said, well maybe I can use a Linux node and SSH and then be able to use some Linux commands to edit the file and that didn't work. I went to http://x.x.x.x/na_admin/logs and /na_admin to see if that would get me anywhere and not the /etc/ directory.
What other way can I simply edit the file I need? I don't want to wrfile the entire content. I simply want to comment out some lines.
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