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NetApp upgrade to 8.1.1 HTTP not working?

Posted on 2012-09-19
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I just finished upgrading my 2040 controllers to 8.1.1 and now neither are able to access the filer via http

I believe they changed to https so I tried https//xxx/api as well but no luck.

I then removed all ssh/ssl configurations by using secureadmin disable all and set it back up using just http like how it was originally and even ran setup again from the console prompt.

Anyone know how to set this up to 8.1.1 likings?

Thanks again
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On all the new filers there is no more filerview.  8.1.1 may have taken out  filerview functionaity as well. You can use OnCommand Sysetm Manager for most tasks.
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Thanks
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I did some digging and with Data ONTAP 8.1, FilerView is no longer supported.
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Thanks Paul, that is true and I'm upset
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Another way to fix this may be to restore vol0 from a snapshot if you're doing hourly.  Give Netapp a call and see what the consequences are but my thought is that the settings are in a text file somewhere so you can get the file back and copy/paste via cifs or rdfile/wrfile or restore the entire vol0 from a snapshot (usually keeps the last 2 hourly).
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sorry, wrong thread
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