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Ontap commands run from Powershell

HighmarkECB
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Hello all, Need some help.  I want to run the following:

 

volume snapshot show -fields create-time, size, state, is-constituent

Using the Ontap Powershell and redirect it to a local Excel format.  I can get connected to my Clusters using the Connect-NcController, just cannot get the syntax correct for the volume command.

 

Any help would be great. 

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Ontapforrum
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Try to look up in our forum, you might find lots of examples. 

 

This command should return the size, created time but not sure about state, is-constituent.

Get-NcSnapshot 

 

Check this thread:
https://community.netapp.com/t5/Microsoft-Virtualization-Discussions/Powershell-command-to-list-snapshot-details-for-particular-volumes/m-p/108689

 

Following command will give more output, check it out yourself.

Get-NcSnapshot | ?{ $_.Created}
Get-NcSnapshot | ?{ $_.Created} | Export-Csv snapshot.csv
Note: File will get saved in your c:/drive.

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Ontapforrum
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Try to look up in our forum, you might find lots of examples. 

 

This command should return the size, created time but not sure about state, is-constituent.

Get-NcSnapshot 

 

Check this thread:
https://community.netapp.com/t5/Microsoft-Virtualization-Discussions/Powershell-command-to-list-snapshot-details-for-particular-volumes/m-p/108689

 

Following command will give more output, check it out yourself.

Get-NcSnapshot | ?{ $_.Created}
Get-NcSnapshot | ?{ $_.Created} | Export-Csv snapshot.csv
Note: File will get saved in your c:/drive.

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