NetApp A-Team

The NetApp A-Team is a select group of our most passionate customers and partners who evangelize the benefits of NetApp solutions on social media platforms, in their blog posts, at industry events, and within their organizations. The members are part of a strong community of like-minded technologists who share an interest in becoming more knowledgeable and more vocal about NetApp and the IT industry. They employ the power of the NetApp portfolio to achieve data-driven results, and they inspire others to do the same.

NetApp A-Team

To learn more about the members of the A-Team, read their community profiles in the directory tab, follow them on Twitter, and hear from them from time-to-time on the Tech ONTAP Podcast.

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You can resize a 15T flexvol containing 1.5T data to 5T flexvol safely,  no need to move data.     Though still not 100% sure what you're trying to ge ...read more
@heinrichsmit I've always just uninstalled the old version via Add/Remove Programs and then installed the newer version. 
Here's the SAN config doc for some reading for you:  https://docs.netapp.com/ontap-9/topic/com.netapp.doc.dot-cm-sanconf/SAN%20configuration.pdf     A ...read more
Let me correct myself:   when using Multiple Subnets, it is not a best practice to use iSCSI Port-binding. Only when all connections can see and talk ...read more
Yeah...I think you are seeing the bug I was talking about (Fixed in 9.7 at least, maybe a 9.6P but not sure)   It might be this one. https://mysupport ...read more
disks and ports are independent of each other. In the NetApp ONTAP world an aggr (aggregate) is a collection of disks that allows data to be written t ...read more
Please provide the exact commands!   The commands were modified/deprecated into ONTAP 9.7. For using the onboard key-manager, you should be using the: ...read more
The misconception with LACP is that you get "aggregated bandwidth" all the time. This is not true. A single host connection will not see more than the ...read more
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