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vRanger 7.8 - Integration Guide for NetVault SmartDisk

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Restarting NetVault SmartDisk Services

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Configuring NetVault SmartDisk > Processing basic shell commands > Restarting NetVault SmartDisk Services

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Viewing NetVault SmartDisk Log files

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NetVault SmartDisk displays the NetVault SmartDisk Logs and all relevant information. When you run logs without any options, it displays all NetVault SmartDisk log entries.
‑‑file <pathToFile>
‑‑time-interval <yyyy-mm-dd-hhmmss yyyy-mm-dd-hhmmss>

Configuring NetVault SmartDisk by using the command line

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Configuring NetVault SmartDisk > Configuring NetVault SmartDisk by using the command line

You can use the NetVault SmartDisk CLI config command to perform tasks such as:

Using the config command options

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Configuring NetVault SmartDisk > Using the config command options

Before using the NetVault SmartDisk CLI config command, note the following:
With the --volume and --pool options, the <path> and <label> strings are case-sensitive because they identify a specific NetVault SmartDisk Storage Pool or Volume.
If a configuration-related command fails and displays a message similar to “Failed to apply configuration,” Quest recommends that you use the config command with the --show option to display the current configuration. After displaying the configuration, double-check the case of the specified NetVault SmartDisk Storage Pool or Volume to ensure that the strings reflect the case-sensitivity.
The NetVault SmartDisk Services must be running before you can use the config command and most of the options. To view the options that are available, you can use the --help option while NetVault SmartDisk Services are offline.
The NetVault SmartDisk CLI config command supports the following options:
Displays a list of the config command options and their syntax.
‑‑add|‑‑delete ‑‑dedupe-window <[Sun|Mon|Tue|Wed|Thu|Fri|Sat-]HH:MM-HH:MM>|<Never|Anytime>
Days of Week: Specifies the days of the week on which the deduplication process runs. You can schedule it to run on multiple days, such as Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
HH:MM-HH:MM: Using a 24-hour clock, specifies the times of day at which the deduplication process runs.
Never: Disables the deduplication window. Backups enabled for deduplication remain in the Staging Store in a non-deduplicated state until the deduplication window is enabled.
Anytime: Enables the deduplication process to be run at any time. Deduplication for a backup data stream begins after the initial 400 GB has been written to the Staging Store, which can provide nearly inline deduplication performance.
‑‑add|‑‑delete ‑‑gc‑window <[Sun|Mon|Tue|Wed|Thu|Fri|Sat-]HH:MM-HH:MM>|<Never|Anytime>
Days of Week: Specifies the days of the week on which the Garbage Collection process runs. You can schedule it to run on multiple days, such as Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
HH:MM-HH:MM: Using a 24-hour clock, specifies the times of day at which the Garbage Collection process runs.
Never: Disables the Garbage Collection window.
Anytime: Enables the Garbage Collection process to be run at any time.
‑‑add|‑‑update ‑‑webdav <port> [‑‑block-size <bytes>] [‑‑credentials] [‑‑preferred-address <address>]
‑‑delete ‑‑webdav <port> [‑‑credentials]
--write-md5 <Always|Never|
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