2018-04-04 05:31 AM
What are you trying to do exactly?
If you would like to disply the output of the "statistics show-periodic" command, then you'll have to be in advanced or diag priviledged mode first.
You can also use the Statistics cmdlets directly:
Cmdlet Get-NcClusterLogForwardStatistics 4.3.0 DataONTAP
Cmdlet Get-NcFcpAdapterStatistics 4.3.0 DataONTAP
Cmdlet Get-NcHaInterconnectPerformanceStatistics 4.3.0 DataONTAP
Cmdlet Get-NcHaInterconnectSGLStatistics 4.3.0 DataONTAP
Cmdlet Get-NcIscsiStatistics 4.3.0 DataONTAP
Cmdlet Get-NcLunStatistics 4.3.0 DataONTAP
Cmdlet Get-NcMetroclusterOperationStatistics 4.3.0 DataONTAP
Cmdlet Get-NcNameServiceDNSStatistics 4.3.0 DataONTAP
Cmdlet Get-NcNameServiceNisStatistics 4.3.0 DataONTAP
I hope this helps you further.
2018-04-04 06:11 AM
To complete my answer, the command should look like:
Invoke-NcSsh "set adv -c off; statistics show-periodic"
This will display the same output you would have via SSH, in fact it is bridging the session to SSH via Putty Link.
2018-04-04 06:40 AM
To add on to what @wronald said, the "statistics show-periodic" command will iterate forever. This means that the Invoke-NcSsh cmdlet will never see the command end and will eventually timeout and "fail". You can work around this by specifying the number of iterations...
Invoke-NcSsh "set adv -c off; statistics show-periodic -iterations 1"
Hope that helps.