IBM Tivoli Storage Manager
Command Line Backup-Archive Client Interface
Client Version 7, Release 1, Level 2.2
NetApp Release 8.3 Clustered Mode
This Version is supported for snapdiff on Netapp Filers
We try a snapdiff Backup on a SVM, we do the following
Management Server: xyz.domain.at
File Server: nas01
On TSM Client:
set password -type=filer xyz.domain.at domain\tsm_filer
set netappsvm nas01.domain.at xyz.domain.at domain\tsm_filer
CreateUser domain\tsm_filer angelegt
User/Group Name Application Method Role Name Locked
---------------- ----------- -------------- ---------------- ------
domain\tsm_filer ontapi domain admin -
domain\tsm_filer http domain admin -
Share mapping on TSM Client
net use p: \\nas01\vol1$ /u:domain\tsm_filer
Net use OK, and we can access the share read-write
Start snapdiff Backup on TSM Client:
tsm> incr p: -snapdiff
07/09/2015 14:56:35 ANS2837E Unable to access the required stored NetApp filer credentials (user id and password) for filer 'nas01'.
Make sure the SET PASSWORD -TYPE=FILER command was specified correctly to store the credentials.
07/09/2015 14:56:35 ANS2832E Incremental by snapshot difference failed for \\nas01\vol1$. See the error log for details.
07/09/2015 14:56:36 ANS1228E Sending of object '\\nas01\vol1$' failed.
07/09/2015 14:56:36 ANS5283E The operation was unsuccessful.
What are we doing wrong ?
I'm having exact the same issue.
But I'm unable to register the password following the doc.
I will open a case a IBM
Following the docs for TSM 220.127.116.11 you should enter the following commands:
dsmc set netappsvm svm_example.com cms_filer1.example.com svm_2
dsmc set password cms_filer1.example.com user_name password
But the set password is not accepted for me
Has anyone found an solution?
I have configured as described above but when I started an SnapDiff-Backup I got the error-message "ANS2041E Snapshot Differencing support is not available on the specified NetApp filer. "
On the cluster I see in the mgwd.log
"Unable to find API: vfiler-list-info :: ONTAPI :: Error"
It looks like the TSM-Client is using 7-mode APIs and not C-mode APIs.
Hi ... just wondering how you got around the problem... we are having the exact same problem. Our Netapp is running cDot 8.3.1 and our TSM server is V6.3.3.
C:\Program Files\Tivoli\TSM\baclient>dsmc i w: -snapdiff -optfile=dsm.opt
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager
Command Line Backup-Archive Client Interface
Client Version 7, Release 1, Level 4.2
Client date/time: 07/25/2016 13:10:46
(c) Copyright by IBM Corporation and other(s) 1990, 2015. All Rights Reserved.
Node Name: xxxxxxxxxxx
Please enter your user id <xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Please enter password for user id "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx": *******
Session established with server TSM: xxxxxxxxxx
Server Version 6, Release 3, Level 3.100
Data compression forced off by the server
Server date/time: 07/25/2016 13:10:46 Last access: 07/25/2016 13:04:53
Incremental by snapshot difference of volume 'w:'
ANS2041E Snapshot Differencing support is not available on the specified NetApp
ANS2832E Incremental by snapshot difference failed for \\student.fs.xxxxx.xxx\tsm_
snapdiff_test. See the error log for details.
ANS1228E Sending of object '\\student.fs.xxxxxx.xxxx\tsm_snapdiff_test' failed.
ANS5283E The operation was unsuccessful.
any update on this? Currently trying to run it on ONTAP 9.1
its complaining about API errors and support.
11/23/2017 14:53:37 ANS2041E Snapshot Differencing support is not available on the specified NetApp filer.
11/23/2017 14:53:37 ANS2832E Incremental by snapshot difference failed for /tsm/XXX. See the error log for details.
11/23/2017 14:53:37 ANS1228E Sending of object '/tsm/XXX' failed.
11/23/2017 14:53:37 ANS5283E The operation was unsuccessful.
Hello! Just one question.
Was the snapdiff function working before upgrading ontap to 9.1 or is it a new installation? with ONTAP 9.1
(which im currently running on my sites too)
you need at least TSM/SpectrumProtect BAclient Version 8.1.x to be supported.
in addition please make sure that you can connect from the system doing the snapdiff backup jobs to port tcp/22 (ssh) and tcp/443 (https) to the lif handling the cluster management interface.
cluster01::> net int show -lif cluster_mgmt (network interface show) Logical Status Network Current Current Is Vserver Interface Admin/Oper Address/Mask Node Port Home ----------- ---------- ---------- ------------------ ------------- ------- ---- cluster01 cluster_mgmt up/up xx.xxx.x.x/xx cluster01-01 e0a true
Post updated due to formatting issues and link correction.
rsvp, yours Martin
we have the same problem. Has the issue been resolved?
Thank you very much
we've just migrated our first vFiler from 7mode 8.2.1 to cDOT 8.3.2 - and tsm snapdiff Backup works like a charm.
But you have to be careful how to setup the connection from the TSM BAclient to the cDOT Filer.
security login role create -role tsm-snapdiff-role -cmddirname DEFAULT -access readonly
security login role create -role tsm-snapdiff-role -cmddirname "vserver" -access readonly security login role create -role tsm-snapdiff-role -cmddirname "volume snapshot" -access all
security login create -username snapdiff-user -application http -role tsm-snapdiff-role -authmethod password security login create -username snapdiff-user -application ontapi -role tsm-snapdiff-role -authmethod password
dsmc set netappsvm <hostname of svm sharing the volume> <fqdn of netapp cluster management server> <svm name in cDOT-cluster> -optfile=<optfile of TSM-Node used for Backup the CIFS-Shares> example: dsmc set netappsvm svm1 cluster1.contoso.com svm1 -optfile=svm1.opt
dsmc set password -type=filer <fqdn of cluster mgmt, running the svm> <password> -optfile<optfile of the tsm-node used for the backup> dsmc set password -type=filer <hostname of svm owning the volume> <password> -optfile<optfile of the tsm-node used for the backup> example: dsmc set password -type=filer cluster1.contoso.com snapdiff-user password -optfile=svm1.opt dsmc set password -type=filer svm1 snapdiff-user password -optfile=svm1.opt
net use w: \\svm1\share1 /persistent:no and dsmc i w: -snapdiff -snapdiffhttps -optfile=svm1.opt
C:\Program Files\Tivoli\TSM\baclient>dsmc i w: -snapdiff -snapdiffhttps -optfile=svm1.opt IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Command Line Backup-Archive Client Interface Client Version 7, Release 1, Level 4.2 Client date/time: 04/05/2016 18:50:32 (c) Copyright by IBM Corporation and other(s) 1990, 2015. All Rights Reserved. Node Name: SVM1 Session established with server TSM-SERVER: Windows Server Version 7, Release 1, Level 3.100 Server date/time: 04/16/2016 18:50:32 Last access: 04/16/2016 18:46:27 Incremental by snapshot difference of volume 'w:' Connected to NetApp Storage Virtual Machine Management Filer Host/IP Address : cluster1.contoso.com Filer Version Information : NetApp Release 8.3.2: Wed Feb 24 03:29:11 UTC 2016 Storage VM Name : svm1 Storage VM Host/IP Address : svm1 Storage VM Volume Style : Flex Login User : snapdiff-user Transport : HTTPS Performing a Full Incremental Backup of volume \\svm1\share1' Creating Base Snapshot. Using Base Snapshot 'TSM_CONT5703ECDC6AB08_SHARE1' with timestamp 04/16/2016 16:50:36 Directory--> 0 \\svm1\share1\ [Sent] ... [Sent] ... Normal File--> 42,496 ANS2327I Creating Snapshot Differential Change Log. Successful incremental backup of '\\svm1\share1' Total number of objects inspected: 26,814 Total number of objects backed up: 26,814 Total number of objects updated: 0 Total number of objects rebound: 0 Total number of objects deleted: 0 Total number of objects expired: 0 Total number of objects failed: 0 Total number of objects encrypted: 0 Total number of subfile objects: 0 Total number of objects grew: 0 Total number of retries: 0 Total number of bytes inspected: 11.26 GB Total number of bytes transferred: 11.27 GB Data transfer time: 38.75 sec Network data transfer rate: 305,047.47 KB/sec Aggregate data transfer rate: 6,261.52 KB/sec Objects compressed by: 0% Total data reduction ratio: 0,00% Subfile objects reduced by: 0% Elapsed processing time: 00:31:27
thats an example that works at my site here - please feel free to comment or like/kudo/accept as a solution for you.
sorry for being late in my efforts, but we had so much work to do here in the migration project that this writeup had to wait for an extra-minute ...
The solution works for me.