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File atytributes of files on Netapp Filer

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File atytributes of files on Netapp Filer

How can we find the file attributes of files on Netapp filer,Any related ontap commands?

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by:paulsolov
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You should be able to check the attributes via CIFS or NFS.  What are you trying to do?
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by:duravinod
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Hi,

Thanks for the reply...We had set the snaplock period from the filer and as well a retention set from and external archiving application(Which has retention functionality,in other words retention period from application as well setting on the files in the CIFS share/netapp filer.)

When the snaplock period is expired as well the retention period set from the external application is expired we should ideally be able to delete the files on the cifs Vol/Share  but however we are not able to delete the files from the netapp filer.

I tried creating new files on the netapp filer/CIFS share and i am able to delete the new files as the snaplock period is expired however not the older files which was as well managed from the retention aware application.

I am trying to view the attributes and retention period on the files on the filer.i want to debug from the filer why the files cannot be deleted even though the retention period/Snaplock period is expired on the filer.

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VD
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I would call Netapp, think can get a bit dicey with snaplock.  I haven't worked with it too much, not much help on this one.
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by:duravinod
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I as looking for commands related to Ontap and an expertise on ontap please

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