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'lag-time' units in the snapmirror-get-status API ?

aathif_sw
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Hi,

I had this result when i tested the 'snapmirror-get-status' function over zexplore, i would like to know if the lag-time that is returned  is in milliseconds or just in seconds -

 

<results status="passed">

        <is-available>false</is-available>

        <snapmirror-status>

                <snapmirror-status-info>

                        <source-location>-</source-location>

                        <destination-location>netappa:DestVol</destination-location>

                        <last-transfer-from>-</last-transfer-from>

                        <last-transfer-size>0</last-transfer-size>

                        <last-transfer-duration>0</last-transfer-duration>

                        <transfer-progress>0</transfer-progress>

                       <lag-time>4111865</lag-time>

                        <mirror-timestamp>1329338701</mirror-timestamp>

                        <contents>Replica</contents>

                        <status>idle</status>

                        <state>snapmirrored</state>

                        <base-snapshot>netappa(0050407061)_DestVol.16725</base-snapshot>

                </snapmirror-status-info>

           </snapmirror-status>

</results>

 

By the way, this is my first post here, apologies if there's been any mistakes in posting the question!

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rkiran
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lag-time is returned in seconds.

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rkiran
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lag-time is returned in seconds.

aathif_sw
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Thanks Kiran! Is there a document in place where i could refer the description for all the APIs ?

rkiran
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In SDK bundle, navigate to doc/ontapi/ontapi_<version> folder to find the Data ONTAP API documentation.

kunalm
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Kiran is right.

You can also know such details in ZExplore itself. Just keep your cursor over the parameter for its detail , see the screenshot below -

CONSTELLIUMSIERRE
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Hello Kunalm,

Were can we download Netapp Zexplorer?

Many thanks

Yves

sens
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You can find the zexplore.exe under <nmsdk_root>\bin\nt\ folder.

Regards,

Sen.

CONSTELLIUMSIERRE
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Sens,

I have the last version of the NMSDK for Windows (netapp-manageability-sdk-4.1-dotnet-bindings), and I don't have this .exe file in it. Is there a way to download it alone somewhere else?

Thanks.

CONSTELLIUMSIERRE
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Forgot my last message, I found it... I downloaded the All system package instead of the Windows one and I found it.

Many thanks!

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