2010-05-11 01:02 AM
It's me again. In a previous post a asked how to reset the FAS270 to factory defaults.
I was not able to find a user manuan neither in our internal "Archives" or on the web so I must rely on your experience.
After totaly wiping all the data from the disks i wanted to use the web interface, but it says that servlets are not enabled.
So how to enable them ?
2010-05-11 01:07 AM
The content of root volume (including web server etc) is provided as part of standard DataONTAP update archive. Just perform standard update procedure using the same (or newer) version you currently have.
2010-05-12 12:30 PM
Check out the HTTP site license is there or not in the filer(issue command: "license" in CLI). If not u can add the license (issue command: "license add <http_license>" in CLI).
After this check the value of some of the httpd options and set it like the following:
httpd.admin.ssl.enable on (OPTIONAL)
httpd.rootdir /vol/vol0/home/http (OPTIONAL, can change it later)
These steps should solve the problem i.e "servlets not enabled", and let u log into FilerView and perform the rest of the settings via web interface.
Post if the problem persists.
2010-05-12 12:56 PM
By wiping the disks, you've removed the software that Data Ontap needs to function, part of which is the web interface for administration.
If you have a NetApp support contract, go here and download the latest version of Data Ontap for the FAS270:
I would recommend updating to 7.3.2, as it is the latest release that supports the FAS270.
Follow these directions to upgrade/install the Data ONTAP software:
Don't forget to re-enable the software licenses that you had previously, hopefully you wrote them down?
You do not need a HTTP software license for the remote administration, as that is only if you want to use the FAS270 as a basic web server for serving static HTML content.
Hope that helps.
2010-05-12 03:32 PM
To expand on guiliano's post, Data ONTAP resides in two places. The primary location is the compact flash card on the motherboard/system controller. However, this is just the kernel file which boots the system and contains all the ONTAP commands, features and functions. The root volume on the disks contains configuration files, log files, and all the files for the FilerView GUI and the ONTAP documentation (if you load it). When a system is rebuilt/paved/nuked/etc.using options 4 or 4a in maintenance mode, the kernel file remains on the CF card but everything in the root volume is wiped clean.
The errors you received are a good indication Data ONTAP hasn't been installed to root volume, but these can also be attributed to network and/or browser issues. There best way to determine if the root volume is incomplete are:
1. vol size <root vol name> - if the size is less than 100MB, the FilerView files are missing
2. type: java - if you get an error, the FilerView files are missing or corrupt
2010-05-12 06:38 PM
After disk wipe java will not be enabled in the filer. You can confirm it using the command java in filer console. To get java enabled you have to re install the data ontap image once again.
Thumped from my blackberry please excuse typos.
2010-05-20 08:34 PM
I recently did this:
What I'd really like is to run Data ONTAP 100% from the flash drive, with no vol0.
2010-07-16 12:31 PM
Can anyone tell me how te download the latest version or the version that was released at the time I bought mine FAS270. I lost the software and my support contract is not valid anymore. It's weird that you cannot the download the software that you allready paid for, without a support contract.
Thank you in advance! Ronald
2010-12-08 11:22 AM
Did you have any luck getting DataOnTAP reinstalled? I am in a similar situation with a FAS270 that has a lapsed support contract. One of our non-storage admins recently did a wipe on the FAS270 as we were to move it to our lab, and now we can't get it running again.