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Get-NcVol won't show path from Get-NcCifsShare

sillywalk

Hi all,

 

Most of our CIFS volumes have their namespace under vol, a leftover from our 7-mode days. Recently, we have simply allowed Ontap to create the namespace, which results in /flexvol1 instead of /vol/flexvol1 as a path. Using

 

$sharedetails = Get-NcCifsShare $sharename
Get-NcVol $sharedetails.Path

gives a result for Get-NcVol $sharedetails.Path if the namespace is in /vol. But the same query on a volume in / returns a null. Anyone have any ideas? TIA.

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donny_lang

I get the same behavior running ONTAP 9.3P14 with version 9.6 of the PowerShell Toolkit. However, if you pipe your Get-NcCifsShare output to Get-NcVol, it does actually return the proper data, so that might be an option for you.

 

Get-NcCifsShare <share_name> | Get-NcVol 

 

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donny_lang

I get the same behavior running ONTAP 9.3P14 with version 9.6 of the PowerShell Toolkit. However, if you pipe your Get-NcCifsShare output to Get-NcVol, it does actually return the proper data, so that might be an option for you.

 

Get-NcCifsShare <share_name> | Get-NcVol 

 

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