2014-04-10 01:13 PM
As you probably have noticed, the announcement for Toolkit 3.1 (along with the download link) is no longer at the top of the page. From now on, we will be posting announcements for new releases of the Data ONTAP PowerShell Toolkit in discussion threads. These posts will contain the release notes and download links.
Version 3.1 release notes:
The Data ONTAP PowerShell Toolkit can now be downloaded on the NetApp support site: http://support.netapp.com/NOW/download/tools/powershell_toolkit/
Two new cmdlets, Invoke-NaPerfstat and Invoke-NcPerfstat enable basic perfstat data collection. Perfstat is used to collect diagnostics data; tools are available to parse and analyze the resulting output.
Toolkit 3.1 includes full API coverage for Data ONTAP 8.2.1. This includes 58 new cmdlets and 17 cmdlets with new parameters.
Check out "Making the Most of Data ONTAP PowerShell Toolkit" for more details on the new features. If you're new to PowerShell or the Toolkit, you might want to start with our "Getting Started" slides.
2014-04-10 03:09 PM
Hi Beam thanks for this I got lost 2 nights ago looking for the download link. All good now.
There is one command I'm after in c-mode which are all the reallocate commands. Can I put in a request to have this included in the next release ?
2014-04-11 08:09 AM
May I make a suggestion for 3.2? Get-NaSysConfig that returns the same information as running SysConfig natively. I know you can use Invoke-SSH but, in our (probably very specific case), SSH connections to remote filers aren't an option
2014-09-30 04:17 AM
In version 3.1.1 of the powershell toolkit there are issues with:
both using with the name: like a0a-23
Workaround is splitting them (interfacegrp name and vlan_id)
Also I would like to see an additional column for Get-NcDisk to see if the disk is zeroed.
At this moment I need to invoke an SSH command to get the output.
2014-10-03 11:08 AM
Thanks for making the d/l link available to the community.
I realize it is perhaps impolite to open my first forum comment with a bit of feedback, but I hope you'll pardon that because I really do find the PowerShell Toolkit enormously helpful.
The d/l link is much harder to find than it should be. Even the google isn't quite keeping up with where it is hidden from release to release. Otherwise, wonderful product - and again, thank you so much. I hope this feedback is taken in the frienly context in which I have offered it - as a customer who has found great value in this toolset.
- Greg Crowe