Microsoft Virtualization Discussions

Highlighted

SMI-S Doest report Volumes or Luns

I am working on a new deployment of Microsoft Private Cloud running on cDOT 8.2.2.  I've installed SMI-S v5.2 on a Windows Server 2012 R2 server.  The SMI-S installation is on a seperate server from the VMM server.  It seem to be connecting to the vServer via SMI-S however when I attempt to view my volumes/luns or any details of the vServer it returns no values.

 

Below is an example of what I'm getting.

 

PS C:\Program Files (x86)\Ontap\smis\pegasus\bin>
PS C:\Program Files (x86)\Ontap\smis\pegasus\bin> ./smis list
ONTAP_FilerData.hostName="iwic:nainfra:mgmt.iwinnovations.com",port=443
PS C:\Program Files (x86)\Ontap\smis\pegasus\bin> ./smis volumes
PS C:\Program Files (x86)\Ontap\smis\pegasus\bin> ./smis luns
PS C:\Program Files (x86)\Ontap\smis\pegasus\bin>

 

Any help I can get on understanding why SMI-S does seem to see storage objects would be useful.

 

-Norm

2 REPLIES 2

Re: SMI-S Doest report Volumes or Luns

Dan NetApp Alumni

Hi Norm,

 

I suppose you have added the SVM(s) to the SMIS configuration and not the cluster or the nodes right?

Are you using a non-English OS? What does "smis cimserver status" report?

have you added ports 427, 5988, and 5989 as exceptions to your firewall ?

 

 

Have a look inside the logs directory and see if anything is logged when you run "smis exports" or "smis luns"

 

Regards,
Dan

Re: SMI-S Doest report Volumes or Luns

Dan,

 

Thank you for repling.  I got it working by reinstalling SMI-S.  The only thing I did different was added the vServer via IP address this time and not FQN.  I recieved the same feedback from the software when adding the storage but this time it was able to read the  storage information.

Try the new BETA Support Site!
Beta Support Site
Forums