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Monitoring vscan on CDOT

PHILIPALBERT

Hi,

 

Is it possible to monitor vscan using OnCommand Unified Manager or with the Ontap Powershell toolkit?

We are running Data ONTAP 8.3.2

 

Thanks

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NAYABSK

Hi Philip,

 

 

Yes we do have command on powershell 

 

 

 

 

PS C:\Toolkit\3.1>  Get-NcCommand -Category vscan

 

 

Name                                Category        Family               Api

----                                --------        ------               ---

Disable-NcVscan                     vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-status-modify}

Disable-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy       vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-on-access-policy-modify}

Enable-NcVscan                      vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-status-modify}

Enable-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy        vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-on-access-policy-modify}

Get-NcVscanConnection               vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-connection-status-all-get-iter}

Get-NcVscanConnectionStats          vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-connection-extended-stats-get-iter}

Get-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy           vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-on-access-policy-get-iter}

Get-NcVscanScannerPool              vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-scanner-pool-get-iter}

Get-NcVscanScannerPoolActive        vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-active-scanner-pool-get-iter}

Get-NcVscanStatus                   vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-status-get-iter}

New-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy           vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-on-access-policy-create}

New-NcVscanScannerPool              vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-scanner-pool-create}

Remove-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy        vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-on-access-policy-delete}

Remove-NcVscanScannerPool           vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-scanner-pool-delete}

Reset-NcVscan                       vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-reset}

Set-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy           vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-on-access-policy-modify}

Set-NcVscanScannerPool              vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-scanner-pool-modify}

 

 

 

Thanks,

Nayab

 

 

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NAYABSK

PHILIPALBERT

Hi Nayab,

 

That's for an old version of OCUM. Is there something more up do date, we are using version 6.4.

 

Thanks

NAYABSK

Hey Philip, 

 

 

 

Right now i don't have access to the OCUM may be you can check from the counters you should be able to find vscan option.... Let me know.

 

 

Thanks,

Nayab

NAYABSK

Hi Philip,

 

 

Yes we do have command on powershell 

 

 

 

 

PS C:\Toolkit\3.1>  Get-NcCommand -Category vscan

 

 

Name                                Category        Family               Api

----                                --------        ------               ---

Disable-NcVscan                     vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-status-modify}

Disable-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy       vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-on-access-policy-modify}

Enable-NcVscan                      vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-status-modify}

Enable-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy        vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-on-access-policy-modify}

Get-NcVscanConnection               vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-connection-status-all-get-iter}

Get-NcVscanConnectionStats          vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-connection-extended-stats-get-iter}

Get-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy           vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-on-access-policy-get-iter}

Get-NcVscanScannerPool              vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-scanner-pool-get-iter}

Get-NcVscanScannerPoolActive        vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-active-scanner-pool-get-iter}

Get-NcVscanStatus                   vscan           {cluster, vserver}   {vscan-status-get-iter}

New-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy           vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-on-access-policy-create}

New-NcVscanScannerPool              vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-scanner-pool-create}

Remove-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy        vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-on-access-policy-delete}

Remove-NcVscanScannerPool           vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-scanner-pool-delete}

Reset-NcVscan                       vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-reset}

Set-NcVscanOnAccessPolicy           vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-on-access-policy-modify}

Set-NcVscanScannerPool              vscan           {vserver}            {vscan-scanner-pool-modify}

 

 

 

Thanks,

Nayab

 

 

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PHILIPALBERT

I was looking for the vscan events, it's not documented but the command Get-NcVscanEvents is available.

 

Thanks Nayab

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