Disclaimer on OnCommand System Manager 2.0.2 for Mac OSX
We currently do not officially support Systems Manager on the Mac OSX Platform.
However, we do have a build (based on the current Systems Manager build) that will run natively on a Mac OSX platform.
This will be supported on a best-effort volunteer basis via the communties. There is no engineering or NGS support for this build.
There will be no guarantee for support nor commitment to providing an OSX based client in future releases.
Thanks for supporting System Manager.
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Working good on mountain Lion, this beats running a VM. One question, is anyone else having issues with copy and paste? When I use Command + C is doesn't copy to the clipboard. If I right click and select copy it works fine. Just something I noticed and was wondering if anyone else is seeing this.
Glad to see this is still alive (although a little hard to find). I'm in the middle of an EMC v. NetApp bakeoff and this app is one of the "Pros" in the NetApp column. Please keep up the good work!
BTW, I created a quick icon to replace the one that comes with the app if anyone is interested: http://flakshack.deviantart.com/art/NetApp-Flurry-style-icon-274978556
I am having issues with column sizing. When I open a window, the columns are too narrow to read data and there does not seem to be a way to resize all at once. Is this a known issue or something that might be unique to my machine? Any thoughts on how to resolve this?
@Randall. I just double checked my installation and I'm not having the same issue. I was just able to resize the columns in the volume, LUN and Exports view. I'm guessing there may be something going on with you local system.
I can resize. My problems are the default column sizes are too small and to resize I need to resize one at a time. If you are not seeing this, I can look for a solution.
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In a somewhat related topic, I got the NetApp Management Console (linux) to work on my MacBook rather easily. Normally, on a linux host, it would be started from a shell script:
LINKPATH=`readlink -f $0`
cd "$INSTALLDIR";jre-1.6.0/bin/java -splash:images/netapp/splash-netapp.png -Xms25m -Xmx512m -classpath $CP -Dversion=3.2 -Dvendor=netapp org.java.plugin.boot.Boot > /dev/null
So I took the last line and, launching from the install dir, modified it a bit and ran it from the command line:
java -splash:images/netapp/splash-netapp.png -Xms25m -Xmx512m -classpath lib/jpf-boot.jar -Dversion=3.2 -Dvendor=netapp org.java.plugin.boot.Boot
Just basically using the OS X jre and telling it where the jpf-boot.jar file is located. Started right up and ran perfectly.
I'm no Apple developer, so I wouldn't know how to wrap this in an .app format, but thought I'd pass it along anyway.
I am a newbie to OnTAPP 8. Just updated our 2040 to 8.1 and now trying to figure out how to manage it since the web interface is gone.
I have installed the System Manager on a windows VM and it works.
I have installed the MAC version on my Mountain Lion system and get "blocked plugin-n".
I don't use JAVA on the MAC. I can't seem to find any pointers on how to resolve this through a Google search.
Any hints would be greatly appreciated.