So yesterday I talked about using a Powershell script with in Solarwinds to monitor volume sizes. Using the NetApp Data ONTAP Toolkit, we have the ability to do monitor a lot of different things, and track the information using Solarwinds. In this post I will show how to monitor SnapMirror relationships using Solarwinds.
I was unable to find any examples for how to do this online, so I came up with my own solution using the NetApp Data ONTAP toolkit as well as a slight modification of your powershell profile.
The title of this post has bothered me since… forever. I really don’t like to take extra steps for things I do on a regular basis…
I received the following message today on one of my production VM’s.
You can use these steps to resolve this issue.
I have been using the NetApp Data ONTAP toolkit a lot lately, and I’m going to throw some tutorials on this site relating to it.
Let’s go through the steps we need to follow to get the toolkit installed on your machine.
I once had a person tell me that the most successful individuals in IT are lazy. Years after hearing that, the notion has stuck with me and translates into much of how I attach problems.
If you’re like me, you use putty to connect to servers via SSH frequently. Now, I know that you can use key based authentication using puttygen, but in the scenario that you don’t want to go that route, you can use the method below to create windows shortcuts to automatically log into a host using putty.