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Issue with invoking NfsStatsGetClientStatsRequest (NMSDK Java Bindings)

VI-EMEA-RD
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Hi,

 

I am trying to explore the NMSDK Java API and have created a test Java client which executes various Data_ONTAP commands against a NetApp appliance.

 

When I invoke the NfsStatsGetClientStatsRequest command via the ApiRunner. I am getting the error

"Error : 21012 Malformed XML: Expected element tag rpc-stats-info, actual element tag was tcp-info."

 

Looking at the TCP capture of the XML, this is what is coming back from the Appliance...

 

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8' ?>

<!DOCTYPE netapp SYSTEM '/na_admin/netapp_filer.dtd'>

<netapp version='1.1' xmlns='http://www.netapp.com/filer/admin'>

    <results status="passed">

        <client-info>10.36.1.174</client-info>

        <rpc-stats>

            <tcp-info>

                <calls-total>185</calls-total>

                <badcalls-total>0</badcalls-total>

                <nullrecv-total>0</nullrecv-total>

                <badlen-total>0</badlen-total>

                <xdrcall-total>0</xdrcall-total>

            </tcp-info>

            <udp-info>

                <calls-total>1</calls-total>

                <badcalls-total>1</badcalls-total>

                <nullrecv-total>0</nullrecv-total>

                <badlen-total>0</badlen-total>

                <xdrcall-total>1</xdrcall-total>

            </udp-info>

        </rpc-stats>

        <nfs-stats>

            <calls-total>185</calls-total>

            <badcalls-total>0</badcalls-total>

            <nfsv2-client-stats>

                <null-ops>0</null-ops>

                <getattr-ops>0</getattr-ops>

                <setattr-ops>0</setattr-ops>

                <root-ops>0</root-ops>

                <lookup-ops>0</lookup-ops>

                <readlink-ops>0</readlink-ops>

                <read-ops>0</read-ops>

                <wrcache-ops>0</wrcache-ops>

                <write-ops>0</write-ops>

                <create-ops>0</create-ops>

                <remove-ops>0</remove-ops>

                <rename-ops>0</rename-ops>

                <link-ops>0</link-ops>

                <symlink-ops>0</symlink-ops>

                <mkdir-ops>0</mkdir-ops>

                <rmdir-ops>0</rmdir-ops>

                <readdir-ops>0</readdir-ops>

                <statfs-ops>0</statfs-ops>

            </nfsv2-client-stats>

            <nfsv3-client-stats>

                <null-ops>2</null-ops>

                <getattr-ops>64</getattr-ops>

                <setattr-ops>0</setattr-ops>

                <lookup-ops>24</lookup-ops>

                <access-ops>68</access-ops>

                <readlink-ops>0</readlink-ops>

                <read-ops>0</read-ops>

                <write-ops>0</write-ops>

                <create-ops>0</create-ops>

                <mkdir-ops>0</mkdir-ops>

                <symlink-ops>0</symlink-ops>

                <mknod-ops>0</mknod-ops>

                <remove-ops>0</remove-ops>

                <rmdir-ops>0</rmdir-ops>

                <rename-ops>0</rename-ops>

                <link-ops>0</link-ops>

                <readdir-ops>1</readdir-ops>

                <readdirplus-ops>0</readdirplus-ops>

                <fsstat-ops>23</fsstat-ops>

                <fsinfo-ops>1</fsinfo-ops>

                <pathconf-ops>2</pathconf-ops>

                <commit-ops>0</commit-ops>

            </nfsv3-client-stats>

        </nfs-stats>

        <tcp-flowcontrol-stats>

            <receive-total>0</receive-total>

            <transmit-total>0</transmit-total>

            <receive-out-total>0</receive-out-total>

            <transmit-out-total>0</transmit-out-total>

        </tcp-flowcontrol-stats>

    </results>

</netapp>

 

The test environment is set up as follows...

NetApp applianceV3220 (2x HA Pair)
The response of SystemGetVersionRequestNetApp Release 8.1.2 7-Mode: Tue Oct 30 19:56:51 PDT 2012
NMSDK Java API versionsontap-api-8.1.1jar , nmsdk-runtime-5.1.jar
JavaJava(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_09-b05)

 

Is there a version mismatch between the test Java client and the filer ?

 

Any ideas where this could be going wrong ?

 

Regards,

--

Gagan

 

Message was edited by: Gagan Grewal I tried after downloading the latest available release of the API Java bindings and still get the same result.

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