DataOntap PowerShell Toolkit contains several set of cmdlets to work with volumes. Its independent of PowerShell version 2 or 3.
You can use New-NaVol cmdlet to create a new Volume.
Remember to import Data Ontap PowerShell toolkit before you use any of the cmdlet.
To Get a detailed help regarding a cmdlet type.
Get-Help New-NaVol -Full
To Get examples on how to use the cmdlet type.
Get-Help New-NaVol -Examples
the information u sent was helpful.
the thing is ,im new to powershell scrpting n
by using DISKPART.EXE i m able to create VOLUMES n PARTITIONS
and without using DISKPART also i m able to create parttions but unable to create VOLUMES
the commnads u sent were not executed in my power shell V3 .
could u suggest me ,is there need of any istallation of other modules to execute those commands
I guess you are dealing with normal volume and partition creation in windows and not creating Volumes on Controller level.
You need to approach your situation with "Storage" Module in powershell, its got cmdlets to manipulate disks and partitions in windows level.
The below command would get you all cmdlets you need to deal with storage aspects in windows.
Get-Command -Module Storage
Please have further look at the MS Blog below
"Managing Storage with Windows PowerShell on Windows Server 2012"
thank u vinith,
the link u share was useful to meet my requirements.
now im trying to create different RAIDsets on disks could u suggest me ,is there any cmdlets which were very near to meet my approach and
could u suggest the process of createing RAID sets through cmdlets in powershell v3