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using conditional execution in CLI

mgilbert

Is there a way to use conditional logic on the OnTap CLI between different fields? Like if I wanted to get all users that are over 1TB OR using more than 1million files? E.g. something like

quota report (-disk-used >1TB | -files-used >1000000)
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Girton

I don't have access to a cluster that has quotas enabled, so I wasn't able to get any real results, but I was able to successfully execute a CLI command similar to what you provided:

quota report -disk-used >1tb -files-used > 1000000

 

Have you tried running a similar command?

GidonMarcus

Hi @Girton ,

 

i think he wishes to make an OR statement rather an AND - that your example will result.

i tried to find a way as well. but the only thing worked for me is just to execute the command twice...

quota report -disk-used >100g;quota report -files-used >500

 

Gidi

Gidi Marcus (Linkedin) - Storage and Microsoft technologies consultant - Hydro IT LTD - UK

mgilbert

Thank you for the reply. You are correct; that's what I was going for. I guess I'll just have to settle for looking for similarities between two separate commands.

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