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8.2 -> 8.3 cDOT upgrade

John Stoffel-5

Guys,
I'm in the planning and setup phase of a four node cDOT 8.2 to 8.3.x
upgrade.  One thing I need to do is setup all the admin LIFs for my
VServers.  I've got a bunch of them already, but some have data
protocols enabled, and I don't think I can nuke them without alot of
hassle.

Is there a way under 8.2.3pX to see if a particular LIF is seeing
traffic over a particular data protocol?  For example, my 'foo'
VServer have some LIFs, which have varying data protocols:

vserver  lif   data-protocol
-------- ----- -------------
foo      admin none
foo      lif1  nfs
foo      lif2  nfs,cifs,fcache
foo      lif3  nfs,cifs,fcache
foo      lif4  nfs,cifs,fcache


Can I see if lifs2-4 have CIFS traffic or not?  I've been poking
around, but it's not any thing obvious.   In the grand scheme of
things, I could just rename the probablematic LIFs to some other name
and setup new 'admin' LIFs as required.

And I do realize they're not required to be call 'admin', it's just a help.

Thanks,
John

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AW: 8.2 -> 8.3 cDOT upgrade

Alexander Griesser-2
You can at least show the connections on a given live for a SVM:

::> network connections active show -vserver vNFS01 -lif-name vNFS01_01
Vserver    Interface              Remote
Name       Name:Local Port        Host:Port                    Protocol/Service
---------- ---------------------- ---------------------------- ----------------
Node: blahblubb
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.20:867            TCP/nfs
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.56:894            TCP/nfs
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.55:780            TCP/nfs
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.51:853            TCP/nfs
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.50:640            TCP/nfs
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.52:773            TCP/nfs
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.54:682            TCP/nfs
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.16:885            TCP/nfs
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.17:687            TCP/nfs
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.53:922            TCP/nfs
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.150:301           TCP/nfs
vNFS01     vNFS01_01:2049         10.200.255.150:305           TCP/nfs
12 entries were displayed.

In the output, you will also see the service if that helps.

Best,

Alexander Griesser
Head of Systems Operations

ANEXIA Internetdienstleistungs GmbH

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Betreff: 8.2 -> 8.3 cDOT upgrade


Guys,
I'm in the planning and setup phase of a four node cDOT 8.2 to 8.3.x upgrade.  One thing I need to do is setup all the admin LIFs for my VServers.  I've got a bunch of them already, but some have data protocols enabled, and I don't think I can nuke them without alot of hassle.

Is there a way under 8.2.3pX to see if a particular LIF is seeing traffic over a particular data protocol?  For example, my 'foo'
VServer have some LIFs, which have varying data protocols:

vserver  lif   data-protocol
-------- ----- -------------
foo      admin none
foo      lif1  nfs
foo      lif2  nfs,cifs,fcache
foo      lif3  nfs,cifs,fcache
foo      lif4  nfs,cifs,fcache


Can I see if lifs2-4 have CIFS traffic or not?  I've been poking
around, but it's not any thing obvious.   In the grand scheme of
things, I could just rename the probablematic LIFs to some other name and setup new 'admin' LIFs as required.

And I do realize they're not required to be call 'admin', it's just a help.

Thanks,
John

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John Stoffel-5

Alexander,
Thanks for the info!  This is a big help.

John
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Re: 8.2 -> 8.3 cDOT upgrade

John Stoffel-5
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>>>>> "John" == John Stoffel <[hidden email]> writes:

John> I'm in the planning and setup phase of a four node cDOT 8.2 to 8.3.x
John> upgrade.  One thing I need to do is setup all the admin LIFs for my
John> VServers.  I've got a bunch of them already, but some have data
John> protocols enabled, and I don't think I can nuke them without alot of
John> hassle.

John> Is there a way under 8.2.3pX to see if a particular LIF is seeing
John> traffic over a particular data protocol?  For example, my 'foo'
John> VServer have some LIFs, which have varying data protocols:

And it looks like you can't actually modify a LIF once it's setup to
remove a data protocol.  You need to either delete it, or rename it
and setup a new LIF with the "-data-protocol none" flag.  Not even in
advanced mode can you remove it.  Oh well...

John
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