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Disk Qualification Package OnTAP 9.7

TMADOCTHOMAS

Hello,

 

I recently stood up a new NetApp system that is running 9.7. As one of my routine setup steps I tried to check the DQP version with this command:

 

run -node <node> -command rdfile /etc/qual_devices_v3

 

....as described in the following article ...

 

https://mysupport.netapp.com/NOW/download/tools/diskqual/

 

However this didn't work in 9.7. I got the following:

 

/etc/qual_devices_v3: No such file or directory

 

Any ideas?

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

SpindleNinja

if it's not there. do the download of the latest. 

 

storage firmware download –node * -package-url http://<web-server>/path/qual_devices.zip 

 

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paul_stejskal
Hmm what does an ls for /etc show at the node shell? Try downloading it like the steps show. If you get stuck we can help from support on a Zoom.

@paul_stejskal here it is. As you can see, no qual_devices. If this is actually normal for a new system it's no biggie to add it, I just expected it would be there in a fresh install.

 

node run -node pobarnacl01p_node01 -command "priv set diag; ls /etc"
Warning: These diagnostic commands are for use by NetApp
personnel only.
.
..
log
keymgr
messages
app_templates
backups
cshm_nod
firmware
http
lang
mlnx
qpid
shibboleth
ssl
vfiler
vserver
www
zoneinfo
MFA
asup_content.conf
netapp_filer.dtd
ontapAuditE.dll
qdrouterd.conf.json
qpidd.conf
registry.default
services
syslog.conf.sample
.mroot.cksum
tape_config
configtab_apollo
configtab_aurora
configtab_katana
configtab_lml
configtab_razor
configtab_saber
.pmroot.cksum
registry.0
registry
registry.1
registry.bck
registry.local
registry.local.0
registry.local.bck
configs
registry.local.1
acpp_fw
swapfile
crash
mlog
cluster_config
sp_fw
clihelp
varfs.tgz
upload
initial_varfs.tgz
mib
oldvarfs.tgz
env
raid
stats
.usercores
nvfail_rename
entropy-file
NDU
vserver_4294967295
rlm_config_to_filer
rlm_stats
.mroot_late.cksum
disk_fw
hba_fw
shelf_fw
resolv.conf
.pmroot_late.cksum
entropy
spcs
krb5.conf
spcs.pub
spcs-server.pem
spcs-client.pem
spcs-ca.pem
cpmi_key
cpmi_key.pub
.avail
frulog
croproxy_jail
rlm_config_temp_file
dhidx
RLM_FW
rlm_config_from_filer
serialnum
registry.lastgood
.rotate_complete
sp_security_config
man
software
oldenv
krb5
.zapi
shm_stat.bin
shm_med_err.log
messages.4
messages.5

Sorry my reply got blocked. The file is literally a text file so it is safe to download.

Makes sense! No concern with installing it, just curious why it wasn't there initially.

SpindleNinja

if it's not there. do the download of the latest. 

 

storage firmware download –node * -package-url http://<web-server>/path/qual_devices.zip 

 

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TMADOCTHOMAS

Interesting, okay @SpindleNinja . Is it normal for a brand new system not to have it?

SpindleNinja

Yep, not unheard of.     Config advisor or AIQ catches it if it's missing and i'll just add it. 

TMADOCTHOMAS

Okay thanks for the tip @SpindleNinja !

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