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How to determine network interface used in snapvault transfer

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How to determine network interface used in snapvault transfer for NetApp 7-mode

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How to determine network interface used in snapvault transfer

  1. 1. How to determine Network Interface(s) being used in the SnapVault transfers for NetApp 7-mode. 1. Login to Destination/Secondary Vault filer: 2. Run the command:  Snapvault status = will show all the existing vault relationships  Snapvault status -l = will show all the existing vault relationships in detail  Snapvault status -l /vol/path/to/the/vault_vol = will give details for the specific relationship; this is handy if you do not want to get confused with too many vaults having similar names. Make a note of the 'Progress:' , this will tell you how much data is processed and transferred so far, in the above example, it has transferred 180GB approximately and status indicates it’s still Transferring. 3. 'netstat -anMB' is the key command in determining the network interface [PAIR] that is being used for the snapvault transfers. Looking at the Rcvd [Received: 181G] data: We can easily identify the Source & Destination sockets; IP and Ports numbers. Please note, the data mentioned in the Rcvd will always be higher than the ‘Data’ shown in the SnapVulat ‘Progess:’ value, it doesn’t have to be accurate but as long as it’s close-by you can ascertain which PIPES being used. June, 2018 ashwinwriter@gmail.com

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