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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Now i am a NTSP ( Nimble Technical Sales Professional )


10 comments:

  1. what is a cutover process in netapp and where exactly we use it...?

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    1. Cutover process comes in to picture while you doing a VOL MOVE where it will do a final update before completing the motion of volumes.

      Refer to my post below :- http://nayabrasools.blogspot.sg/2014/02/netapp-volume-datamotion-highlights.html

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  2. Hi Nayab...gud mrng...i want to know how to set iops for a lun which is given to an oracle database....explain me with commands....thanks advance....

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    1. Shylendder Adi, Sorry for the late reply can let me know in details what you meant by setting IOPS at LUN level ?

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  3. Hi nayab...congrats u have certified for NTSP....thats really great ...so i wish you all the best to your career and also your blog keep on posting like this...bcz what ever you are sharing that is very useful to netapp admins and thank you for your interest in writing blogs.......all the best

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  4. Hi nayab i have one query regarding usermappings in netapp?
    how can i set write usermapping entries in usermap.cfg file i was trying to write some entries but its not working so can u plz explain and show me some examples...thanks in advance..

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    1. Hi Shylendder,

      Again sorry for the late reply

      For example if you have a CIFS share and you want it be access by a UNIX user as well then you should make an entry in usermap.cfg as below

      Ex:- domainname\nayab => unix_rasool ( This will map a user from Windows to Unix ) You can try as you required. Please refer to the notations below.

      == Mapping is bidirectional. The entry maps from Windows to UNIX and from UNIX to Windows.

      Omitting the direction field has the same meaning as specifying ==.

      <= The entry maps from UNIX to Windows.

      => The entry maps from Windows to UNIX.

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