8.0.1 should work. Ensure the NetApp user id has sufficient capabilities
and that it's password is not expired.
From: Paul Zarnowski <psz1 AT CORNELL DOT EDU>
To: ADSM-L AT vm.marist DOT edu
Date: 07/15/2011 12:10 PM
Subject: Re: snapdiff advice
Sent by: "ADSM: Dist Stor Manager" <ADSM-L AT vm.marist DOT edu>
Did you get this working with 8.0.1? We're getting this error:
>tsm> incremental -snapdiff Y: -diffsnapshot=latest
>Incremental by snapshot difference of volume 'Y:'
>ANS2840E Incremental backup using snapshot difference is not supported
>ONTAP file server version '0.0.0'. Upgrade the file server '10.16.78.101'
>a ONTAP version '7.3' or later in order to perform incremental backup
> using snapshot difference.
>ANS2832E Incremental by snapshot difference failed for
> Please see error log for details.
>ANS5283E The operation was unsuccessful.
At 03:41 PM 6/29/2011, David Bronder wrote:
>Clark, Margaret wrote:
>> Back in March, I watched a recorded presentation about DB2 reorgs
>> within TSM server 188.8.131.52, and discovered that OnTap will only allow
>> snapdiff backups to work correctly with releases 7.3.3 and 8.1, NOT
>> 8.0. Apparently OnTap 7.3.3 and 8.1 contain the File Access Protocol
>> (FAP), but 8.0 does not, so snapdiff would fail. - Margaret Clark
>My understanding is that it's more convoluted than that, but the FAP
>and Unicode support for ONTAP 8 came with version 8.0.1, not 8.1.
>So I should be good to go on my array running 8.0.1P5 with a 184.108.40.206
>or newer TSM client. (My NFS testing is on an older array at 7.3.2,
>but that should still be OK if there are no Unicode filenames. Even
>if there were, it should fail in a different way than I'm seeing.)
>Hello World. David Bronder - Systems
>Segmentation Fault ITS-EI, Univ. of
>Core dumped, disk trashed, quota filled, soda warm.
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