Useful tips

What is NetApp default password?

What is NetApp default password?

The first time you sign in, provide the password you set during installation or the default password (admin123) as needed.

How do I reset my root password NetApp?

Root password can be reset only from console; you need to reboot filer and interrupt booting to enter special menu (it prompts you after loading kernel). If there is some other user with sufficient privileges and known password, you can use it to reset root password online.

What is volume in NetApp?

Volumes are data containers that enable you to partition and manage your data. Data ONTAP efficiency capabilities, compression and deduplication, are supported for both types of volumes. Volumes contain file systems in a NAS environment, and LUNs in a SAN environment. Volumes are associated with one Vserver.

How do I set up NetApp?


  1. Log in with the user name and password for the vCenter Server administrator.
  2. In the navigation pane, click NETAPP to start the setup wizard.
  3. Click NetApp Integrated EVO:RAIL Solution, and then click Accept to accept the license agreement.
  4. On the Credentials page, enter the user credentials for the vCenter Server:

How do I change my netapp password?

Changing a local user account password

  1. Enter the following command: passwd.
  2. When Data ONTAP prompts you, enter the name of the local user whose password you want to change.
  3. When Data ONTAP prompts you, enter the new password.
  4. Enter the new password again for confirmation.

How do I add volume to netapp?

  1. Verify that the configuration is supported.
  2. Complete the NFS client configuration worksheet.
  3. Install.
  4. Add the storage cluster to VSC.
  5. Configure your network for best performance.
  6. Configure the ESXi host. Configure host ports and vSwitches.
  7. Create an aggregate.
  8. Decide where to provision the new volume.

How do I get volume details on Netapp?

To display detailed information about all volumes, run the command with the -instance parameter. You can specify additional parameters to display information that matches only those parameters. For example, to display information only about data-protection volumes, run the command with the -type DP parameter.

How do I access NetApp SAN?

Enter your user name and password and click Login. If the licenses have been installed, the data source setup page displays. Note: An Insight browser session that is inactive for 30 minutes is timed out and you are automatically logged out of the system.

What is NetApp administration?

You have proven skills in performing in-depth support, administrative functions, and performance management for NetApp® data storage controllers running the ONTAP® operating system in NFS and Windows® (CIFS) multiprotocol environments.

How do I create a root volume in NetApp?


  1. Identify an existing volume to use as the new root volume, or create the new root volume by using the vol create command.
  2. Use the ndmpcopy command to copy the /etc directory and all of its subdirectories from the current root volume to the new root volume.

How do I create aggregate NetApp?


  1. Create the aggregate by entering the following command: aggr create aggr_name [-f] [-m] [-n] [-t {raid0 | raid4 | raid_dp}] [-r raidsize ] [-T disk-type ] -R rpm ] [-L] [-p] disk-list.
  2. Verify the RAID group and drives of your new aggregate by entering the following command: aggr status -r aggr_name.

How do I change the volume on Netapp?

You can use the volume rename command to change a volume’s name. You can use the volume make-vsroot command to make a volume the root volume of its Vserver. You can change additional volume attributes by using this command at the advanced privilege level and higher.