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ndmpd not found after reset Netapp 7.3

arcservenas
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hi

 

I met problem here. Due to hd failure, i replace new ones, the re-initlize the disk and reset netapp.

 

But after system start, i found that, ndmpd command is missing, i can't figure it out, could anyone give me some suggtions on it?  Thank you!

 

 

 

 

nas> options ndmpd
ndmpd.access                 all
ndmpd.authtype               challenge
ndmpd.connectlog.enabled     off
ndmpd.ignore_ctime.enabled   off
ndmpd.offset_map.enable      on
ndmpd.password_length        16
ndmpd.preferred_interface    e0a
ndmpd.tcpnodelay.enable      off
nas>
nas> ndmpd
ndmpd not found.  Type '?' for a list of commands

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NAYABSK
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Maybe NDMP disabled ? run ndmpd on and try again ?

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NAYABSK
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Maybe NDMP disabled ? run ndmpd on and try again ?

arcservenas
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 nas>ndmpd on
ndmpd not found.  Type '?' for a list of commands

aborzenkov
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Assuming you performed 4(a) from special boot menu, you now need to update to the same version to fill in root volume content. After 4(a) root volume is empty.

arcservenas
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sorry, what do you mean by "4(a)"?  you mean it need some more steps after reset netapp to use ndmpd? Thank you.

aborzenkov
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What is exactly “reset NetApp” means? Explain what you did.

arcservenas
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Following are what i did after replace HD. i found what you mean the 4a here.

 


1.During boot, press ctrl +c

Press CTRL-C for special boot menu

(1)  Normal boot.
(2)  Boot without /etc/rc.
(3)  Change password.
(4)  Initialize owned disks (4 disks are owned by this filer).
(4a) Same as option 4, but create a flexible root volume.
(5)  Maintenance mode boot.

Selection (1-5)?


2. Then select 4, initialize disks.

3. After system normal start, run command "setup", then do a setup follow the prompt.

nas> setup
The setup command will rewrite the /etc/rc, /etc/exports,
/etc/hosts, /etc/hosts.equiv, /etc/dgateways, /etc/nsswitch.conf,
and /etc/resolv.conf files, saving the original contents of
these files in .bak files (e.g. /etc/exports.bak).
Are you sure you want to continue? [yes]

aborzenkov
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To repeat my asnwer - now you need to update to the same version (using "software install" or "software update") to fill in content of root volume. If you have NFS/CIFS access you can in principle simply unpack installation image, it should be enough.

arcservenas
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Thank you!

 

i will have a try. But not sure if i can download the software.

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