My company has an old NetApp running OnTap 7.2, and no support through NetApp.
I can log in through the CLI, but the webpage it should be hosting gives me Error 500, and so I have to do everything through the command line.
I can't find a straightforward explanation on how to create a new NFS export, something I could do blindfold in the EMC Celerra on the command line.
I want to create a completely new everything, from raid group on up, as this machine is in the lab for training and testing purposes.
Please direct me to any trainings/support/documentation.
Thanks for your patience,
503 error is the expected behavior if you don't have http license. To reach the web interface you can try http://ipaddress/na_admin
If you still get an error you can look at the following options in cli mode:
To manage NFS exports, there is the exportfs command.
Hope this helps
Here's the output:
FAS250-01> options httpd.admin.access
FAS250-01> options httpd.admin.enable
And I still get Error 500 when accessing http://fas250-01/na_admin.
From what I've read, I have to reinstall OnTap, but I don't have access to redownload the OS and then install it.
As I have no volumes to create an NFS share on, I don't think I've got anything to export. I've found the documentation confusing.
Thanks for your help.
If you have a system for testing and training then you certainly have production systems as well. Use the serial number from one of them to setup a NOW account where you will find all the documentation that you need. It isn't entirely relevant that you can do all of this on an E(xtra)M(oney)C(harged) Celeron, because a NetApp is an entirely different beast.
Other than this, there is probably no official/legal way to give you access to documentation. If someone had the foresight to order the paper/printed documentation with the system originally, then you have something to work with there.