DR Series Software 4.0.3.1 - Command Line Reference Guide

Introduction to the DR Series System Command Line Reference Guide Introducing the DR Series system Managing the DR Series system
Alerts Commands Authenticate Commands Network
Network Command Usage network --show network --delete network --restart network --setdhcp network --setstatic_ip [--bondif <bondN>] [--nwif <ethN>] --ip <IPv4/IPv6 address not already in use> --netmask <netmask> [--gateway <IPv4/IPv6 address>] network --create_bond network --create_eth network --add_member network --setdns [--suffix <dns suffix>] [--primary <IPv4/IPv6 address>] [--secondary <IPv4/IPv6 address>] network --setbonding --bondif <bondN> [--mode <ALB | 802.3ad>] [--mtu <supported MTU range 512 - 9000>] network --update network --factory_reset network --host network --route network --nslookup --destination <ip address | hostname> network --traceroute --destination <ip address | hostname> network --ping --destination <ip address | hostname> [--tries <number>] [--size <number>] [--interface <bondN | ethN>] network --blink network --enable network --troubleshoot [--links] [--gateway] [--ntp] [--dns] [--active_domain] [--nis] [--clients] [--port_mapper] [--network_config] [--show_active <NFS|CIFS|OST|RDS|NDMP|ISCSI|FC>] [--interface <bondN | ethN>] network --troubleshoot --gateway --interface <bondN | ethN> network --troubleshoot [--show_active <NFS| CIFS|OST|NDMP|ISCSI|RDS>] network --tcpdump [--port <nfs | windows | replication | ost | rds>] [--pkt_size <128 - 32768>] [--file_size <0 - 100>] [--stop] [--host <ip address list>] [--interface <bondN | ethN>] network --tcpdump [--pkt_size <128 - 32768>] network --tcpdump [--file_size <0 - 100>] network --tcpdump [--host <ip address list>] network --tcpdump [--port <nfs | windows | replication | ost | rds>] network --iperf_client --server <ip address | hostname> [--port <number>] [--window_size <num bytes [KB/MB]>] [--interval <num seconds>] [--time <num seconds>] network --iperf_server [--port <number>] [--window_size <num bytes [KB/MB>] network --help
OST RDA Stats Storage Group commands System
System Command Usage system --show [--config] system --show [--hardware] system --show [--storage] [--type <boot | internal | external>] [--service_tag <service tag>] system --show [--storage] system --show [--license] [--verbose] system --show [--ntp] system --show [--version] system --show [--timezones [Region]] system --show [--upgradefile] system --show [--upgradehistory] system --show [--marker] system --show [--replication_traffic] system --show [--opdup_traffic] system --show [--backup_traffic] system --show [--mgmt_traffic] system --init system --init --secure_erase <1–pass/3-passes/7-passes> system --reboot system --shutdown system --upgrade system --license [--validate] [--add] system --setname --name <node_name> system --setdate [--date <date>] [--timezone <Region/Zone>] system --setntp [--add <server name>] system --setntp [--delete <server name>] system --setntp [--enable] system --setntp [--disable] system --setntp [--adjust_time] system --hybrid_replication [--enable][--disable][--status] system --rdairgap [--enable][--disable][--set_retention_period <0 days to 365 days>][--get_retention_period][--open][--close][--status] system --rdairgap_schedule [--start_time <HH:MM>][--end_time <HH:MM>][--remove] system --setlogin system --telnet [--enable | --disable] system --datacheck --enable system --datacheck --disable system --datacheck --throttle system --marker [--enable] [--disable] system --verify_on_read [--enable] [--disable] system --add_storage --enclosure <service tag> system --storage [--set_usage_alert <70% - 90%>] system --storage [--blink] [--type <internal | external>] [--service_tag <service tag>] [--disk <slot num>] system --storage [--unblink] [--type <internal | external>] [--service_tag <service tag>] [--disk <slot num> system --mgmt_traffic system --backup_traffic system --replication_traffic system --opdup_traffic system --help
User Virtual Machine
Maintaining the DR Series System
Diagnostics Maintenance
Maintenance Command Usage maintenance --filesystem [--start_scan [verify_data | verify_rda_metadata | verify_metadata] [--storage_group <name>] maintenance --filesystem [--stop_scan] maintenance --filesystem [--scan_status] maintenance --filesystem [--scan_report [verbose]] maintenance --filesystem [--repair_status [verbose]] maintenance --filesystem [--repair_history [verbose]] maintenance --filesystem [--scan_restart [verify_data | verify_rda_metadata | verify_metadata]] maintenance --filesystem [--repair_now] maintenance --filesystem [--reclaim_space] maintenance --filesystem [--clear_quarantine] maintenance --filesystem [--clear_quarantine] maintenance --filesystem --show_throughput maintenance --configuration [--backup] maintenance --configuration [--restore] maintenance --configuration [--reinit_dictionary] maintenance --configuration [--reset_web_certificate] maintenance --configuration --enable_sha256_web_certificate maintenance --hardware [--reinit_nvram] maintenance --hardware [--restore_hw_db] maintenance --hardware [--motherboard_replaced] maintenance --disk [--make_standby [slot num]] [--type <internal | external-<num> | service tag>] --clear_foreign] maintenance --remote_access [--show] maintenance --remote_access [--enable] maintenance --remote_access [--racreset] maintenance --remote_access [--static_ip] [--ip <IPv4/IPv6 address>] [--netmask <netmask>] [--gateway <IPv4/IPv6 address>] [--device <lom1|lom2|lom3|lom4>] maintenance --remote access [--disable] maintenance --vdisk --check_consistency --type <boot|internal|external> [--service_tag <service tag>] maintenance --help
Managing DR Series System Storage Operations
System Storage Operation Commands Connection Container VTL NDMP iSCSI FC Replication Seed Schedule
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Introduction to the DR Series System Command Line Reference Guide

Introduction to the DR Series System Command Line Reference Guide

This guide provides detailed information for managing DR Series system data backup and replication operations by using the DR Series system command line interface (CLI).

About the DR Series system CLI documentation

This document provides information about using the DR Series system command line interface (CLI) for managing your data backups, performing a variety of data storage operations, and using containers to meet your backup and replication storage needs.

Other information you may need

The following table lists the documentation available for the DR Series systems. The documents listed are available at support.quest.com/DR-Series by selecting your specific DR Series system. For more information about DR Series system hardware, see the safety and regulatory information that shipped with your DR Series system. Warranty information might be included as a separate document.

Document

Description

DR Series System Getting Started Guide

Provides an overview of how to set up the physical DR Series system hardware and includes technical specifications.

DR Series System Owner's Manual

Provides information about applicable physical DR Series system features, troubleshooting the DR Series system, and installing or replacing the DR Series system components.

DR2000v Deployment Guide

Provides information about deploying the virtual DR Series system, DR2000v, on supported virtual platforms.

DR Series System Administrator Guide

Provides information about managing backup and replication operations using the DR Series system GUI.

DR Series System Interoperability Guide

Provides information on supported hardware and software for the DR Series systems.

DR Series System Command Line Reference Guide

Provides information about managing DR Series system data backup and replication operations using the DR Series system command line interface (CLI).

DR Series System Release Notes

Provides the latest information about new features and known issues with a specific product release.

NOTE: Always check for the latest documentation updates and release notes at support.quest.com/dr-series, and read the release notes first because they contain the most recently documented information about known issues with a specific product release.

Locating your system Service Tag

Your system is identified by a unique Express Service Code and Service Tag number. You can find the Express Service Code and Service Tag on the front of a DR Series hardware system by pulling out the information tag. You can also find service tag information on the Support page in the DR Series system GUI. Service tag information is useful in routing support calls to the appropriate personnel for resolution.

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