5 Replies Latest reply: Jul 4, 2013 7:06 AM by mg RSS

SnapMirror log parser

mg
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Hello,

 

While looking at a way to automate SnapMirror logs extraction and consolidation, I've found Get-NaSystemLog -SnapMirror in the toolkit.

I've written a script close to the parser available in Tool Chest on support website, feel free to send me your comments.

 

Script requires PS toolkit, so if not loaded, change path to it accordingly in the script.

 

NEW VERSION 0.2 with following changes:

- Added "Last" parameter to process only <X> last lines from SnapMirror log

- Fixed transfer hash valid key detection

 

Enjoy!

Michel

  • Re: SnapMirror log parser
    mcgue
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    Michel,

     

    Nice work!  Definitely helpful.  I'm wondering if some code could be added to have an option of opening a copy of the snapmirror log from a local drive (well, I'm sure it could be, I'm still cutting my teeth on PS still so I'm challenging myself to figure it out too!).

    • Re: SnapMirror log parser
      mg
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      Thanks!

      I had a quick look and there's -Path parameter:

      Get-NaSystemLog -SnapMirror [-EventType <String[]>] [-StartTime <DateTime>] [-EndTime <DateTime>] [[-Path] <String>] [-Follow] [-Controller <NaController>] [<CommonParameters>]

       

      Unfortunately -Controller parameter is mandatory, meaning it can't parse a local file, but you could possibly copy the file you got to a local Filer, then parse that specific file:

       

      PS C:\temp> Get-NaSystemLog -SnapMirror -Path /vol/vol0/etc/log/snapmirror.mg

       

      TimeStampDT            Type   EventInfo

      -----------            ----   ---------

      12/1/2012 1:35:02 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_root naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_root Start

      12/1/2012 1:35:02 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_data naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_data Start

      12/1/2012 1:35:04 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_root naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_root End (124 KB)

      12/1/2012 1:35:05 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_data naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_data End (7948 KB)

      12/1/2012 1:50:00 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_data naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_data Request (Scheduled)

      12/1/2012 1:50:00 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_root naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_root Request (Scheduled)

      12/1/2012 1:50:03 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_data naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_data Start

      12/1/2012 1:50:03 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_root naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_root Start

      12/1/2012 1:50:04 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_root naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_root End (104 KB)

      12/1/2012 1:50:05 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_data naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_data End (8300 KB)

      12/1/2012 2:05:00 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_root naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_root Request (Scheduled)

      12/1/2012 2:05:00 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_data naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_data Request (Scheduled)

      12/1/2012 2:05:02 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_root naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_root Start

      12/1/2012 2:05:03 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_data naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_data Start

      12/1/2012 2:05:04 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_root naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_root End (256 KB)

      12/1/2012 2:05:05 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_data naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_data End (8188 KB)

      12/1/2012 2:20:00 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_data naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_data Request (Scheduled)

      12/1/2012 2:20:00 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_root naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_root Request (Scheduled)

      12/1/2012 2:20:02 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_root naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_root Start

      12/1/2012 2:20:02 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_data naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_data Start

      12/1/2012 2:20:03 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_root naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_root End (96 KB)

      12/1/2012 2:20:05 AM   dst    naluxfas01:naluxvfvm01_data naluxfas02:naluxvfvm01_data End (8304 KB)

  • Re: SnapMirror log parser
    TPHANENDRA
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    Hi,

     

    I am beginner to PowerShell, Could anyone please tell me what is the Controller input and how I have to run the smsv-parser program.

     

    Regards,

     

    Phani T

    • Re: SnapMirror log parser
      vinith
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      Hello, Its a CMDLET which would let you extract this information.

       

      From your powershell prompt type in below command to get a detailed help regarding this cmdlet

       

      PS C:\Windows\system32> Get-Help Get-NaSystemLog -Detailed
      

       

       

      Check out http://www.powershellpro.com/ , it would help you in getting started with powershell.

    • Re: SnapMirror log parser
      mg
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      Hello,

       

      You can get help about the script using "get-help" command against the script:

      PS D:\Scripts> get-help .\smsv-parser.ps1  -detailed

       

      NAME

          D:\Scripts\smsv-parser.ps1

       

      SYNOPSIS

          Produce a CSV file from a specified controller snapmirror.log

       

      SYNTAX

          D:\Scripts\smsv-parser.ps1 [-Controller] <String> [[-Out] <String>] [[-Last] <Int32>] [-LastWeek] [<CommonParameters>]

       

      DESCRIPTION

          Produce a CSV file from a specified controller snapmirror.log

       

      PARAMETERS

          -Controller <String>

              Storage controller which to retrieve logs from

       

          -Out <String>

              Optional output file name. If not specified, output file will be in current folder

              and will be name "smsv-parser_<controller name>.csv

       

          -Last <Int32>

              Optional number to retrieve <number> last lines from logs

       

          -LastWeek [<SwitchParameter>]

              Optional switch to retrieve logs of the previous week (Monday to Sunday)

       

          <CommonParameters>

              This cmdlet supports the common parameters: Verbose, Debug,

              ErrorAction, ErrorVariable, WarningAction, WarningVariable,

              OutBuffer and OutVariable. For more information, type,

              "get-help about_commonparameters".

       

          -------------------------- EXAMPLE 1 --------------------------

       

          C:\PS>smsv-parser.ps1 -Controller naluxfas02

           

          -------------------------- EXAMPLE 2 --------------------------

       

          C:\PS>smsv-parser.ps1 -Controller naluxfas02 -Out file.csv

           

          -------------------------- EXAMPLE 3 --------------------------

       

          C:\PS>smsv-parser.ps1 -Controller naluxfas02 -Out file.csv -LastWeek

       

          -------------------------- EXAMPLE 4 --------------------------

       

          C:\PS>smsv-parser.ps1 -Controller naluxfas02 -Out file.csv -Last 50

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