PowerShell-Toolkit: Not enough input in HTTP request to match ContentLength
2014-05-13 05:41 AM
I'm facing a strange issue right now... I'm connected to two netapp controller saved in $ControllerOne and $ControllerTwo. If i ask the first one
Get-NaSnapshot vol0 -Controller $controllerOne
everythign is fine and i get a list of all snapshots within the vol0 - as expected. if i ask now the second controller the same
Get-NaSnapshot vol0 -Controller $controlleTwo
i get an error shown stating the following: "Not enough input in HTTP request to match ContentLength" Even more strange.... if i spell the volume wrong ControllerOne replies me right "Volume does not exist" but the controllerTwo replies still "Not enough input in HTTP ... "
Anyone has an idea how to fix the issue? Some days before i was able to ask both controller.
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Re: PowerShell-Toolkit: Not enough input in HTTP request to match ContentLength
2014-05-19 09:18 PM
Can you let me know which version of the PStoolkit are you using, Please download the latest version from http://support.netapp.com/NOW/download/tools/powershell_toolkit/, try using the msi download to install the toolkit, Let us know if this fixes the error ?