I know agood bit about PowerShell but my NetApp knowledge is weak so I apoligize if this is easy. I have been asked by management to write a script that outputs the following :
These would be broken down by cluster.
Total storage in TB
Storage used in TB and % used
# of vols and LUNs
Then an overall Total TB across all cluster.
Thanks in advance. Any input is very appreciated.
That sounds pretty easy...
Just start with get-nchelp.
or show-nchelp... There are commands in there that will get you started.
But you can also look into OCUM reporting for management as well
Could you point me in a direction ( e.g. aggr, vol, lun, etc ) Like I said, my NetApp is not so good.
Contact me firstname.lastname@example.org and I can send you a Bat file - that points to t aPS1 file that will list the aggregate storageon all your Netapps
Guys, just work thru the cmdlets..
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