I ran httpd options and here is the following output:
httpd.access legacy httpd.admin.access legacy httpd.admin.enable on httpd.admin.hostsequiv.enable off httpd.admin.max_connections 512 httpd.admin.ssl.enable on httpd.admin.top-page.authentication on httpd.autoindex.enable off httpd.bypass_traverse_checking off httpd.enable on httpd.log.format common (value might be overwritten in takeover) httpd.method.trace.enable off httpd.rootdir /vol/vol0/home/http httpd.timeout 300 (value might be overwritten in takeover) httpd.timewait.enable off (value might be overwritten in takeover) mysanfiler>
any reason why it should not ? Also how can i resolve this so I can.. ? thanks much
In some cases (not often) but if the system were zeroed and booted for example, the ONTAP files are not all on disk (or there is a missing file or corruption or permissions issue), so downloading ONTAP again can fix this... In other cases if the root volume was moved sometimes ssl breaks.
If you rerun ssl setup (secureadmin disable ssl, secureadmin setup -f ssl, secureadmin enable ssl), does that fix it? If not, does pushing ontap again (software update imagename.tgz -r) fix it?
Folks - I just realized that after the intiial rack and stack of the equipment only the management connections (Service processor) were setup, which does not support FilerView rather command line only.