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SRM: Enable a NetApp OnCommand for 7-mode or Clustered Data ONTAP array

Updated: 11/1/16

Overview

NetApp 7-Mode and Clustered Data ONTAP filers are monitored via an external NetApp server.

NetApp 7-Mode: If you have many NetApp 7 Mode filers in your environment, using NetApp OnCommand Unified Manager Core can be a convenient way to add them to SRM. NetApp OnCommand Unified Manager Core can discover NetApp 7 mode filers and collect data on the filers it manages. After the NetApp 7 Mode filers are added, you can easily configure SRM to query them directly.

NetApp Clustered Data ONTAP Mode: If you have many NetApp Cluster Mode filers in your environment, using NetApp OnCommand Unified Manager for Clustered Data ONTAP can be a convenient way to add them to SRM. NetApp OnCommand Unified Manager for Clustered Data ONTAP can discover NetApp Cluster Mode filers and collect data on the filers it manages. After the NetApp Cluster Mode filers are added, you can easily configure SRM to query them directly.

Environment

  • SRM 6.0+

Credentials required to add the array

Ensure you have the following information:

  • IP address or hostname for the provider.
  • Provider username.
  • Provider password.
  • Protocol. The default is HTTPS.
  • HTTP port. The default is 8088 for 7-mode, 80 for Clustered Data ONTAP.
  • HTTPS port. The default is 8488 for 7-mode, 443 for Clustered Data ONTAP.

Enable the provider

For information on enabling the NetApp OnCommand Unified Manager software, please see the documentation provided with your array, contact your vendor, or visit the NetApp OnCommand System Manager Information Library.

For information on the minimum permission needed for SRM to communicate with your NetApp array, see SRM: Permissions needed to monitor NetApp Cluster mode files and gather data

 

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09:39, 3 Nov 2016

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