Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Customizing 7MTT Transitions with 7MTT 2.3.1 or 3.0

Note: For to-be-unexplained reasons, I’m looking at just 7MTT 2.3.1 and 7MTT 3.0 for this post…

“Configuration Panning enables you to customize the way 7-Mode Transition Tool transitions the configurations.”

7MTT GUI

In the GUI, you’ll come to the following screen (looks pretty much the same in 7MTT 2.3.1 and 3.0):

Image: 7MTT Configuration Planning customization
SVM Configuration Customizations

CIFS: CIFS Options
CIFS: CIFS User Mapping Configuration
CIFS: Widelinks
CIFS: CIFS Local Users and Groups
CIFS: Preferred Domain Controllers List
CIFS: Audit Configuration
NFS: NFS Options
Name Services: UNIX Users and Groups
Name Services: Name Service Switch Configuration (/etc/nsswitch.conf)
Name Services: Hosts Configuration (/etc/hosts)
Name Services: Netgroups
Name Services: NIS Configuration
Name Services: DNS Configuration
Name Services: LDAP Configuration
Name Services: Name Mapping Switch Configuration

Volume Configuration Customizations

CIFS: Shares and ACLs
CIFS: Home Directory Paths
CIFS: Symlinks
NFS: NFS Exports
NFS: Consolidate 7-Mode NFS Export Rules
NFS: Reuse Export Policies of SVM
SAN: Igroups and LUN Mapping
Snapshot Schedules: Snapshot Schedules
Snapshot Schedules: Reuse Snapshot Policies of SVM
Snapshot Schedules: Consolidate 7-Mode Snapshot Policies

7MTT 2.3.1 CLI

7MTT 2.3.1 CLI uses the> transition property-set


transition property-set -s SESSION_NAME -p PROPERTY_NAME -v PROPERTY_VALUE

#############
## GENERIC ##
#############

-p target-volume-mount-policy
-v preserve_7mode_mount_path (default)
-v 7mode_volume_name
-v target_volume_name

##########
## CIFS ##
##########

-p cluster-audit-saveas-path
-v - (default)
-v /vol//directory/..
-v /vol/

-p ignore-local-users-groups-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-cifs-home-directory-paths-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-cifs-symlinks-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-cifs-widelinks-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-cifs-shares-and-acls-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-cifs-options-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-cifs-name-mapping-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-cifs-audit-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-cifs-preferred-domain-controllers-list-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-all-cifs-configurations-transition
-v true {or} false

#########
## SAN ##
#########

-p ignore-igroup-and-lunmapping-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-all-san-configurations-transition
-v true/false

###################
## NAME SERVICES ##
###################

-p ignore-netgroups-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-unix-users-groups-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-nis-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-dns-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-ldap-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-nsswitch-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-nmswitch-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-etc-hosts-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-all-nameservices-configurations-transition
-v true/false

#########
## NFS ##
#########

-p ignore-nfs-exports-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-nfs-options-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p ignore-all-nfs-configurations-transition
-v true/false

-p nfs-consolidate-similiar-7mode-exports
-v true (default) {or} false

-p nfs-reuse-matching-svm-export-policies
-v true (default) {or} false

########################
## SNAPSHOT SCHEDULES ##
########################

-p ignore-snapshot-schedule-transition
-v false (default) {or} true

-p consolidate-similar-7mode-snapshot-policies
-v true (default) {or} false

-p reuse-matching-svm-snapshot-policies
-v true (default) {or} false


7MTT 3.0 CLI

7MTT 3.0 CLI uses the> transition cbt property-set

And apart from -s SESSION_NAME changing to -p PROJECT_NAME, and -p PROPERTY_NAME changing to -n PROPERTY_NAME, the options are identical.


transition cbt property-set -p PROJECT_NAME -n PROPERTY_NAME -v PROPERTY_VALUE


2 comments:

  1. Is that your home in the header? How is your Internet connection from there. :). Great article - http://www.cosonok.com/2011/08/walkthrough-windows-server-2008-r2-dfs.html We are about to add another server to our front ends 1 to 2 and I am hoping DFS will do the job.

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    1. Hello Robert, alas, that's not my home - it would be great though. The pictures from Mongolia (I didn't take the picture). Cheers, VC

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