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FileInfo Received : list directory / more than one record

Oc77
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Hi,

 

I'm trying to list files in a directory. It's ok when i use curl but i have error when using python netapp-ontap.

I'm using the snippet in the documentation, i get this error with  netapp-ontap 9.12.10rc1, 9.11.0, 9.10.1.0. :

 raise NetAppRestError(
netapp_ontap.error.NetAppRestError: Received more than one record in the response FileInfo.

Code :

import logging
from netapp_ontap import HostConnection, NetAppRestError, config, utils
from netapp_ontap.resources import Volume,FileInfo
logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG)
utils.DEBUG=1
config.CONNECTION = HostConnection('XXXXX', 'xxxx', 'xxx',verify=False)

volume = Volume.find(**{'svm.name': "VSERVER", 'name': "volume_name"})
mypath="dir1/dir2/dir3"
res=FileInfo(volume.uuid, path=mypath)
res.get()

 

I've tried to use get_collection but the called url is not good :

 

GET /api/storage/volumes/0c692b41-yyyyy/files?dir1%2Fdir2%Fdir3 instead of 

GET /api/storage/volumes/0c692b41-yyyyy/files/dir1%2Fdir2%Fdir3 

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ddegraaf
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Hi, sorry for the trouble. This is a bug in the get() function. I filed a bug (#1527088) to solve this issue. 

In the meantime, you can use get_collection() as a work around. I believe you had an issue with get_collection because you sent in `mypath` a keyword argument. If you remove 'path=' from the argument and just send it in as a positional argument it should work. Please try something like this:

import logging
from netapp_ontap import HostConnection, NetAppRestError, config, utils
from netapp_ontap.resources import Volume,FileInfo
logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG)
utils.DEBUG=1
config.CONNECTION = HostConnection('XXXXX', 'xxxx', 'xxx',verify=False)

volume = Volume.find(**{'svm.name': "VSERVER", 'name': "volume_name"})
mypath="dir1/dir2/dir3"
files = FileInfo.get_collection(volume.uuid, mypath)
for file in files:
print(file)
Please let me know if you have any issues with that. 

 

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ddegraaf
124 Views

Hi, sorry for the trouble. This is a bug in the get() function. I filed a bug (#1527088) to solve this issue. 

In the meantime, you can use get_collection() as a work around. I believe you had an issue with get_collection because you sent in `mypath` a keyword argument. If you remove 'path=' from the argument and just send it in as a positional argument it should work. Please try something like this:

import logging
from netapp_ontap import HostConnection, NetAppRestError, config, utils
from netapp_ontap.resources import Volume,FileInfo
logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG)
utils.DEBUG=1
config.CONNECTION = HostConnection('XXXXX', 'xxxx', 'xxx',verify=False)

volume = Volume.find(**{'svm.name': "VSERVER", 'name': "volume_name"})
mypath="dir1/dir2/dir3"
files = FileInfo.get_collection(volume.uuid, mypath)
for file in files:
print(file)
Please let me know if you have any issues with that. 

 

Oc77
117 Views

Hi,

Your code is working. Thanks for your help !

 

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