3 Replies Latest reply: Jan 5, 2009 9:41 AM by raja RSS

NetApp Management Console (OM 3.7)

robert.lapreze
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Trying to create and use a generic user acct as a login so management console can be dsiplayed in our NOC on a 52" monitor.

I am able to login but, I have nothing but a blank console and not able to display monitoring information.

On the other hand if I login into the managment console with a know admin user everything works fine.

I can also login into Operations Manager with my test account and gain access through the everyone group in a read only mode.

Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong?

 

Bob L

  • Re: NetApp Management Console (OM 3.7)
    kravi
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    Hi Bob,

     

    Could you please let us know the output of following commands ?

     

    1. "dfm user role list <user>"

    2. "dfm role list <role>" (need this command output for every role listed in above command)

     

    Thanks,

    Ravindra

    • Re: NetApp Management Console (OM 3.7)
      robert.lapreze
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      Ravindra,

      Below is the output of the commands you mentioned.

       

      C:\Documents and Settings\blapreze-admin>dfm user role list ghtest

      Role Id Role Name

      • Re: NetApp Management Console (OM 3.7)
        raja
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        Robert,

         

        Is that the complete output ? I see only one cli output and even that seems not complete.

         

        BTW, are you trying to create a user for performance monitoring ? Then a default role "GlobalPerfManagement" is available with required capabilities for performance monitoring.

         

        # dfm role list GlobalPerfManagement
        Role-name: GlobalPerfManagement
        Role-id: 17
        Description: Manage Performance Advisor
        Inherited Roles: None
        Capabilities:
        Res Id  Resource Name                       Operation                         
        ------- ----------------------------------- -----------------------------------
        0       Global                              DFM.Database.Read                 
        0       Global                              DFM.Event.Read                    
        0       Global                              DFM.PerfView.RealTimeRead         
        0       Global                              DFM.Database.Write                
        0       Global                              DFM.Event.Write                   
        0       Global                              DFM.PerfView.Write                
        0       Global                              DFM.PerfView.Delete 

         

        You can create the user using:

         

        # dfm user add -r GlobalPerfManagement raja

         

        # dfm user role list raja
        Role Id Role Name               
        ------- -------------------------
        17      GlobalPerfManagement 

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