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Manages resources on NetApp Cluster Data ONTAP devices.

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puppetlabs/netapp — version 1.3.0 Sep 20th 2017

NetApp Data ONTAP device module

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####Table of Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Module Description
  3. Setup
  4. Usage
  1. Limitations
  1. Development

Overview

The NetApp Data ONTAP device module is designed to add support for managing NetApp Data ONTAP configuration using Puppet and its Network Device functionality.

The NetApp Data ONTAP device module has been written and tested against NetApp Data ONTAP 8.2 Cluster-mode.

Module Description

This module uses the NetApp Manageability SDK to manage various aspects of the NetApp Data ONTAP software.

The following items are supported:

  • Creation, modification and deletion of volumes, including auto-increment, snapshot schedules and volume options.
  • Creation, modification and deletion of QTrees.
  • Creation, modification and deletion of NFS Exports, including NFS export security.
  • Creation, modification and deletion of users, groups and roles.
  • Creation, modification and deletion of Quotas.
  • Creation of snapmirror relationships.
  • Creation of snapmirror schedules.

Setup

Requirements

Because we can not directly install Puppet on the NetApp Data ONTAP operating system, it must be managed through an intermediate proxy system running puppet device. The requirements for the proxy system are:

  • Puppet 3.7 or greater
  • NetApp Manageability SDK Ruby libraries
  • Faraday gem

The proxy system must be able to connect to the Puppet master (default port of 8140) and to the NetApp Data ONTAP (default port of 443).

NetApp Manageability SDK

Due to licensing, you must download the NetApp Manageability SDK separately. The NetApp Ruby libraries are contained within the NetApp Manageability SDK, which is available for download from NetApp NOW.

Please note that you need a NetApp NOW account to download the SDK.

Once you have downloaded and extracted the SDK, the Ruby SDK libraries must be copied into the module:

$ cp netapp-manageability-sdk-5.*/lib/ruby/NetApp/*.rb [module dir]/netapp/lib/puppet/netapp_sdk/

Device Proxy System Setup

To configure a Data ONTAP device, you must create a proxy system able to run puppet device and have a device.conf file that refers to the NetApp ONTAP system or vserver. Refer to the device.conf man page for information on the format of device.conf.

The netapp module can manage two different kinds of devices: Data ONTAP cluster operating system and Data ONTAP cluster vservers. The device type of the device.conf entry is always netapp.

For example, if you had a Data ONTAP operating system with the node management interface addressable by the DNS name of ontap01.example.com and credentials of admin & netapp123, the device.conf entry would be:

[ontap01.example.com]
type netapp
url https://admin:netapp123@ontap01.example.com

Note: The device certname must match the hostname of the node.

You can also specify a virtual server to operate on by providing the connection information for a physical system which is configured with the vserver and specify a path in the url that represents the name of your vserver. For example, if the above Data ONTAP node ontap01 is configured with a vserver called "vserver01," the device entry could be:

[vserver01.example.com]
type netapp
url https://admin:netapp123@ontap01.example.com/vserver01

Note: The device certname does not need to match the hostname of the node as with a system device entry.

You can place the device entries in the default ${confdir}/device.conf file or create a separate config file for each device. For example, the above examples could go in ${confdir}/device/ontap01.example.com.conf and ${confdir}/device/vserver01.example.com.conf. Device configurations in separate files must be specified by puppet device --deviceconfig /path/to/device-file.conf to be used by puppet device run.

Usage

Beginning with netapp

Continuing from the example in Device Proxy System Setup, we can define a node definition for ontap01.example.com to create a vserver with an aggregate of 6 disks and a LIF:

node 'ontap01.example.com' {
  netapp_aggregate { 'aggr1':
    ensure    => present,
    diskcount => '6',
  }
  netapp_vserver { 'vserver01':
    ensure          => present,
    rootvol         => 'vserver01_root',
    rootvolaggr     => 'aggr1',
    rootvolsecstyle => 'unix',
  }
  netapp_lif { 'vserver01_lif':
    ensure        => present,
    homeport      => 'e0c',
    homenode      => 'ontap01',
    address       => '10.0.207.5',
    vserver       => 'vserver01',
    netmask       => '255.255.255.0',
    dataprotocols => ['nfs'],
  }
}

Next we should create a node definition for the vserver with a volume that has export policies for NFS, and a qtree on the volume:

node 'vserver01.example.com' {
  netapp_export_policy { 'nfs_exports':
    ensure => present,
  }
  netapp_export_rule { 'nfs_exports:1':
    ensure            => present,
    clientmatch       => '10.0.0.0/8',
    protocol          => ['nfs'],
    superusersecurity => 'none',
    rorule            => ['sys','none'],
    rwrule            => ['sys','none'],
  }
  netapp_volume { 'vserver01_root':
    exportpolicy => 'nfs_exports',
  }
  netapp_volume { 'nfsvol':
    ensure       => present,
    aggregate    => 'aggr1',
    initsize     => '200g',
    exportpolicy => 'nfs_exports',
    junctionpath => '/nfsvol',
  }
  netapp_qtree { 'qtree1':
    ensure => present,
    volume => 'nfsvol',
  }
  netapp_nfs { 'vserver01':
    ensure => present,
    state  => 'on',
    v3     => 'disabled',
    v40    => 'enabled',
  }
}

If the device configuration are both in $confdir/device.conf, they can now be configured by running puppet device --verbose --user=root.

If the device configurations are is separate files, you can use the following command to run puppet against a single device at a time:

puppet device --verbose --user=root --deviceconfig /etc/puppet/device/ontap01.example.com.conf

Classes and Defined Types

None as of this first release. Common operations may be encapsulated in defined resource types.

Types and Providers

netapp_aggregate netapp_cluster_id netapp_cluster_peer netapp_export_policy netapp_export_rule netapp_group netapp_ldap_client netapp_license netapp_lif netapp_lun netapp_lun_map netapp_nfs netapp_notify netapp_qtree netapp_quota netapp_role netapp_security_login netapp_security_login_role netapp_snapmirror netapp_snapmirror_schedule netapp_user netapp_volume netapp_vserver netapp_vserver_option netapp_vserver_sis_config

Type: netapp_aggregate

Manage Netapp Aggregate creation, modification and deletion. [Family: cluster]

Parameters

All parameters, except where otherwise noted, are optional.

blocktype

The indirect block format for the aggregate. Default value: '64_bit'.

Valid values are 64_bit, 32_bit.

checksumstyle

Aggregate checksum style. Default value: 'block'.

Valid values are advanced_zoned, block.

diskcount

Number of disks to place in the aggregate, including parity disks.

disksize

Disk size with unit to assign to aggregate.

disktype

Disk types to use with aggregate. Only required when multiple disk types are connected.

Valid values are ATA, BSAS, EATA, FCAL, FSAS, LUN, MSATA, SAS, SATA, SCSI, SSD, XATA, XSAS.

ensure

The basic state that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

groupselectionmode

How should Data ONTAP add disks to raidgroups.

Valid values are last, one, new, all.

ismirrored

Should the aggregate be mirrored (have two plexes). Defaults to false.

Valid values are true, false.

name

The aggregate name

nodes

Target nodes to create aggregate. May be an array.

raidsize

Maximum number of disks in each RAID group in aggregate.

Valid values are between 2 and 28

raidtype

Raid type to use in the new aggregate. Default: raid4.

Valid values are raid4, raid_dp.

state

The aggregate state. Default value: 'online'.

Valid values are online, offline.

striping

Should the new aggregate be striped? Default: not_striped.

Valid values are striped, not_striped.

Type: netapp_cluster_id

Manage Netapp Cluster ID. [Family: cluster]

Parameters

contact

The cluster contact

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

location

The cluster location

name

The cluster name

Type: netapp_cluster_peer

Manage Netapp Cluster Peering. [Family: cluster]

Parameters

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

name

The cluster peer name. Must match the remote cluster name.

password

Cluster peer password.

peeraddresses

Cluster peer address array

timeout

Cluster operation timeout. Must be between 25 and 180. Defaults to: 25.

username

Cluster peer username.

Type: netapp_export_policy

Manage Netapp CMode Export Policy creation and deletion. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

name

The export policy name.

Type: netapp_export_rule

Manage Netapp CMode Export rule creation, modification and deletion. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

allowdevenabled

Should the NFS server allow creation of devices. Defaults to true.

Valid values are true, false.

allowsetuid

Should the NFS server allow setuid. Defaults to true.

Valid values are true, false.

anonuid

User name or ID to map anonymous users to. Defaults to 65534.

clientmatch

Required. Client match specification for the export rule. May take an fqdn, IP address, IP hyphenated range, or CIDR notation.

ensure

The basic state that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

exportchownmode

Change ownership mode. Defaults to 'restricted'.

Valid values are restricted, unrestricted.

name

The export policy name and index. Must take the form of policy_name:rule_number where the rule number is an integer and the policy name is an existing export policy.

ntfsunixsecops

Ignore/Fail Unix security operations on NTFS volumes. Defaults to 'fail'.

Valid values are ignore, fail.

protocol

Client access protocol. Defaults to 'any'.

Valid values are any, nfs2, nfs3, nfs, cifs, nfs4, flexcache.

rorule

Property to configure read only rules. Defaults to 'any'.

Valid values are any, none, never, never, krb5, ntlm, sys, spinauth.

rwrule

Property to configure read write rules. Defaults to 'any'.

Valid values are any, none, never, never, krb5, ntlm, sys, spinauth.

superusersecurity

Superuser security flavor. Defaults to 'any'.

Valid values are any, none, never, never, krb5, ntlm, sys, spinauth.

Type: netapp_group

Manage Netapp Group creation, modification and deletion.

Parameters

comment

Group comment

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

groupname

(Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.)

The group name.

roles

List of roles for this group. Comma separate multiple values.

Type: netapp_igroup

Manage Netapp initiator groups. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

name

Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.

Initiator group name.

force

Forcibly remove the initiator even if there are existing LUNs mapped to this initiator group. Best practice is to attempt to unmap all the luns associated with a group before removing the initiator. Default to false

group_type

Initiator group type.

Valid values are fcp, iscsi, mixed.

members

An array of initiator WWPNs or aliases to be members of the initiator group.

os_type

OS type of the initiators within the group. The os type applies to all initiators within the group and governs the finer details of SCSI protocol interaction with these initiators. Required.

Valid values are solaris, windows, hpux, aix, linux, netware, vmware, openvms, xen, hyper_v.

portset

The name of the portset to which the igroup should be bound. A value of false will unbind the portset.

Valid values are a string or false

Type: netapp_iscsi

Manage Netapp ISCSI service. There may only ever be one of these declared per VServer. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

svm

Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.

ISCSI service SVM.

target_alias

ISCSI WWPN alias. May be any string that is a valid ISCSI target WWPN.

state

ISCSI service state.

Valid values are on, off.

Type: netapp_iscsi_security

Manage Netapp ISCSI initiator (client) authentication. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

initiator

Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.

ISCSI initiator name.

auth_type

ISCSI initiator authentication type.

Valid values are chap, none, deny.

radius

ISCSI radius CHAP setting.

Valid values are true, false.

username

ISCSI initiator inbound CHAP username.

password

ISCSI initiator inbound CHAP password.

Valid values are 12-16 hexidecimal digits.

outbound_username

ISCSI initiator outbound CHAP username.

outbound_password

ISCSI initiator outbound CHAP password.

Valid values are 12-16 hexidecimal digits.

Type: netapp_license

Manage Netapp Licenses. Only supported by ONTAP 8.2 and newer. [Family: cluster] This allows the removal or addition of a license. eg netapp_license { 'snaprestore' : ensure => present, codes => "secret license code", }

Parameters

package

(Namevar:) Package Possible values: base - Cluster Base License, nfs - NFS License, cifs - CIFS License, iscsi - iSCSI License, fcp - FCP License, snaprestore - SnapRestore License, snapmirror - SnapMirror License, flexclone - FlexClone License, snapvault - SnapVault License, snaplock - SnapLock License, snapmanagersuite - SnapManagerSuite License, snapprotectapps - SnapProtectApp License, v_storageattach - Virtual Attached Storage License

codes

The license code to be added

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

Type: netapp_ldap_client

Manage Netapp LDAP client configuration for the cluster. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

name

(Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.)

The name of the LDAP client configuration.

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

ad_domain

The Active Directory Domain Name for this LDAP configuration. The option is ONLY applicable for configurations using Active Directory LDAP servers.The Active Directory Domain Name for this LDAP configuration. The option is ONLY applicable for configurations using Active Directory LDAP servers.

allow_ssl

Allows the use of SSL for the TLS Handshake Protocol over the LDAP connections. The default value is false.

base_dn

Indicates the starting point for searches within the LDAP directory tree. If omitted, searches will start at the root of the directory tree.

base_scope

This indicates the scope for LDAP search. If omitted, this parameter defaults to 'subtree'. Possible values: base - Searches only the base directory entry, onelevel - Searches the immediate subordinates of the base directory entry, subtree - Searches the base directory entry and all its subordinates

bind_as_cifs_server

If set, the cluster will use the CIFS server's credentials to bind to the LDAP server. If omitted, this parameter defaults to 'true' if the configuration uses Active Directory LDAP and defaults to 'false' otherwise.

bind_dn

The Bind Distinguished Name (DN) is the LDAP identity used during the authentication process by the clients. This is required if the LDAP server does not support anonymous binds. This field is not used if 'bind-as-cfs-server' is set to 'true'. Example : cn=username,cn=Users,dc=example,dc=com

bind_password

The password to be used with the bind-dn.

group_dn

The Group Distinguished Name (DN), if specified, is used as the starting point in the LDAP directory tree for group lookups. If not specified, group lookups will start at the base-dn.

group_scope

This indicates the scope for LDAP search when doing group lookups. Possible values: base - Searches only the base directory entry, onelevel - Searches the immediate subordinates of the base directory entry, subtree - Searches the base directory entry and all its subordinates

is_netgroup_byhost_enabled

This indicates whether netgroup.byhost map should be queried for lookups

min_bind_level

The minimum authentication level that can be used to authenticate with the LDAP server. If omitted, this parameter defaults to 'sasl'. Possible values: anonymous - Anonymous bind, simple - Simple bind, sasl - Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL) bind

netgroup_byhost_dn

The Netgroup Distinguished Name (DN), if specified, is used as the starting point in the LDAP directory tree for netgroup byhost lookups. If not specified, netgroup byhost lookups will start at the base-dn.

netgroup_byhost_scope

This indicates the scope for LDAP search when doing netgroup byhost lookups. Possible values: base - Searches only the base directory entry, onelevel - Searches the immediate subordinates of the base directory entry, subtree - Searches the base directory entry and all its subordinates

netgroup_dn

The Netgroup Distinguished Name (DN), if specified, is used as the starting point in the LDAP directory tree for netgroup lookups. If not specified, netgroup lookups will start at the base-dn.

netgroup_scope

This indicates the scope for LDAP search when doing netgroup lookups. Possible values: base - Searches only the base directory entry, onelevel - Searches the immediate subordinates of the base directory entry, subtree - Searches the base directory entry and all its subordinates

preffered_ad_servers

Preferred Active Directory (AD) Domain controllers to use for this configuration. This option is ONLY applicable for configurations using Active Directory LDAP servers

query_timeout

Maximum time in seconds to wait for a query response from the LDAP server. The default for this parameter is 3 seconds.

schema

LDAP schema to use for this configuration.

servers

List of LDAP Server IP addresses to use for this configuration. The option is NOT applicable for configurations using Active Directory LDAP servers.

tcp_port

The TCP port on the LDAP server to use for this configuration. If omitted, this parameter defaults to 389.

use_start_tls

This indicates if start_tls will be used over LDAP connections.

user_dn

The User Distinguished Name (DN), if specified, is used as the starting point in the LDAP directory tree for user lookups. If this parameter is omitted, user lookups will start at the base-dn.

user_scope

This indicates the scope for LDAP search when doing user lookups. Possible values: base - Searches only the base directory entry, onelevel - Searches the immediate subordinates of the base directory entry, subtree - Searches the base directory entry and all its subordinates

Type: netapp_lif

Manage Netapp Logical Inteface (LIF) creation, modification and deletion. [Family: cluster]

Parameters

address

LIF IP address. Required

administrativestatus

LIF administratative status. Defaults to: 'up'.

Valid values are up, down.

comment

LIF comment.

dataprotocols

LIF data protocols.

Valid values are nfs, cifs, iscsi, fcp, fcache, none.

dnsdomainname

LIF dns domain name.

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

failovergroup

LIF failover group name.

failoverpolicy

LIF failover policy. Defaults to: 'nextavail'.

Valid values are nextavail, priority, disabled.

firewallpolicy

LIF firewall policy. Default is based on the port role.

Valid values are mgmt, cluster, intercluster, data.

homenode

Required. LIF home node.

homeport

Required. LIF home port.

interfacename

Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title. LIF name.

isautorevert

Should the LIF revert to its home node. Defaults to: false.

Valid values are true, false.

netmask

LIF netmask. Required if netmasklength is not specified.

netmasklength

LIF netmask length. Required if netmask is not specified.

role

LIF Role. Defaults to: 'data'.

Valid values are undef, cluster, data, node_mgmt, intercluster, cluster_mgmt.

routinggroupname

LIF Routing group. Valid format is {dcn}{ip address}/{subnet}.

usefailovergroup

Whether the failover group should be automatically created. Defaults to: 'disabled'.

Valid values are disabled, enabled, system_defined.

vserver

Required. LIF Vserver name.

Type: netapp_lun

Manage Netap Lun creation, modification and deletion. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

lunclass

Lun class. Default value = 'regular'. Possible values: 'regular', 'protectedendpoint', 'vvol'.

Valid values are regular, protectedendpoint, vvol.

ostype

Lun OS Type. Defaults to 'image'. Possible values: 'image', 'aix', 'hpux', 'hyper_v', 'linux', 'netware', 'openvms', 'solaris', 'solaris_efi', 'vmware', 'windows', 'windows_2008', 'windows_gpt'

Valid values are image, aix, hpux, hyper_v, linux, netware, openvms, solaris, solaris_efi, vmware, windows, windows_2008, windows_gpt.

path

(Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.)

Lun path

prefixsize

Lun prefix stream size in bytes. Default value is based on ostype. Not required for 'image' ostype. Must be a multiple of 512 bytes.

qospolicygroup

QOS Policy group

size

Lun size. Can either be specified in bytes, or specify one of the following size units: [mgt].

spaceresenabled

Enable Lun space reservation? Defaults to true.

Valid values are true, false.

force

whether or not to force a resize, when shrinking the lun.

Valid values are true, false.

state

Lun state. Default value: 'online'. Possible values: 'online', 'offline'.

Valid values are online, offline.

Type: netapp_lun_map

Manage Netap Lun map creation and deletion. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

ensure

Initiator group to map to.

lunmap

(Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.)

Lun map - Composite key of format {path}:{lun-id}.

Type: netapp_nfs

Manage NetApp NFS service. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

vserver

Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title. NFS service SVM. This resource can only be applied to vservers, so the title is redundant.

state

NFS Service State

Valid values are on, off.

v3

Control NFS v3 access

Valid values are enabled, disabled.

v40

Control NFS v4.0 access

Valid values are enabled, disabled.

v41

Control NFS v4.1 access

Valid values are enabled, disabled.

Type: netapp_notify

Sends an arbitrary message to the agent run-time log.

Parameters

message

The message to be sent to the log.

message

An arbitrary tag for your own reference; the name of the message.

message

Whether to show the full object path. Defaults to false.

Valid values are true, false.

Type: netapp_qtree

Manage Netapp Qtree creation, modification and deletion. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

exportpolicy

The export policy with which the qtree is associated. (Note: Not yet implemented)

name

The qtree name.

volume

Required.. The volume to create the qtree against.

Type: netapp_quota

Manage NetApp quota entries. Please note that NetApp identifies a quota entry uniquely by the type, target, volume, and qtree. This type on the other hand has to uniquely identify a quota entry only by its target. This means that you cannot manage two quota entries for the same user (username = quota-target) but for different trees. As a result this type is best at managing tree quotas

Example:

Limit qtree1 on vol1 to 10G

netapp_quota { '/vol/vol1/qtree1':
  ensure    => present,
  type      => 'tree',
  volume    => 'vol1',
  disklimit => '10G',
}

Limit user bob to consume 2G on qtree1. Note that you cannot define multiple quotas for user bob:

netapp_quota { 'bob':
  ensure    => present,
  type      => 'user',
  qtree     => 'qtree1',
  volume    => 'vol1',
  disklimit => '2048M',
}

Make sure the following restrictions apply in your environment before using this type:

  • every quota target has to be unique
  • quota entries must not contain any special characters that would require quotation

Parameters

disklimit

The amount of space that the target can consume, e.g. 100M or 2G. You can also specify absent to make sure there is no limit.

Valid values are absent. Values can match /^[0-9]+[KMGT]$/i.

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

filelimit

The number of files that the target can have. You can also specify absent to make sure there is no limit.

Valid values are absent. Values can match /^[0-9]+[KMGT]?$/i.

name

The name of the quota target. Depending on the quota type this can be a pathname (e.g. /vol/vol1/qtree1), a username, or a group

qtree

The qtree that the quota resides on. This is only relevant for user and group quotas

softdisklimit

The amount of space the target has to consume before a message is logged. You can also specify absent to make sure there is no limit.

Valid values are absent. Values can match /^[0-9]+[KMGT]$/i.

softfilelimit

The number of files the target has to own before a message is logged. You can also specify absent to make sure there is no limit

Valid values are absent. Values can match /^[0-9]+[KMGT]?$/i.

threshold

The amount of disk space the target has to consume before a message is logged. Set to absent to make sure the treshold is unlimited

Valid values are absent. Values can match /^[0-9]+[KMGT]$/i.

type

The type of the quota. You can define tree, user or group here

Valid values are tree, user, group.

volume

The name of the volume the quota resides on

Values can match /^\w+$/.

Type: netapp_role

Manage Netapp Role creation, modification and deletion. [Family: cluster]

Parameters

capabilities

List of capabilities for this role. Comma separate multiple values.

comment

Role comment

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

rolename

(Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.)

The role name.

Type: netapp_sis_policy

Manage Netapp sis policies. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

type

The type of policy.

Valid values are threshold, scheduled.

job_schedule

Job schedule name. E.g., 'daily'.

duration

Job duration in hours.

enabled

Manage whether the sis policy is enabled.

Valid values are true, false, yes, no, enabled, disabled

comment

Comment for the policy.

qos_policy

QoS policy name. E.g., 'best_effort'

changelog_threshold_percent

Percentage at which the changelog will be processed for a threshold type of policy, tested once each hour

Type: netapp_security_login

A user account associated with the specified application and authentication method. A new user account can be created with user name as the Active Directory group name. This user account gives access to users belonging to the specified Active Directory group. [Family: cluster]

Parameters

comment

Comments for the user account. The length of comment should be less than or equal to 128 charaters.

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

is_locked

Whether the login is locked'.

The valid values for are 'true' or 'false'.

name

(Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.) A composite key made up from application:authentication_method:username:vserver eg ssh:password:vsadmin:vserver01

password

Password for the user account. This is ignored for creating snmp users. This is required for creating non-snmp users.

role_name

Required. The default value is 'admin' for Admin vserver and 'vsadmin' for data vserver. This field is required.

Type: netapp_security_login_role

Manages a login role. [Family: cluster]

Parameters

access_level

Access level for the role. Possible values: 'none', 'readonly', 'all'. The default value is 'all'.

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

name

(Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.) A composite key made up from command_directory_name:role_name:vserver eg ssh:password:vsadmin:vserver01

role_query

A query for the role. The query must apply to the specified command or directory name. Example: The command is 'volume show' and the query is '-volume vol1'. The query is applied to the command resulting in populating only the volumes with name vol1.

Type: netapp_snapmirror

Manage Netapp Snapmirror creation, modification and deletion. [Family: cluster, vserver]

Parameters

destination_location

(Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.)

The destination location.

destination_snapshot

The destination snapshot.

ensure

Netapp Snapmirror resource state. Valid values are: present, absent.

Valid values are present, absent.

max_transfer_rate

The max transfer rate, in KB/s. Defaults to unlimited.

relationship_type

Specifies the type of the SnapMirror relationship. An extended data protection relationship with a policy of type vault is equivalent to a 'vault' relationship. On Data ONTAP 8.3.1 or later, in the case of a Vserver SnapMirror relationship the type of the relationship is always data_protection. Possible values: data_protection , load_sharing , vault , restore , transition_data_protection , extended_data_protection

source_location

The source location.

source_snapshot

The source snapshot name

netapp_snapmirror_schedule

Manage Netapp Snapmirror schedule creation, modification and deletion.

Parameters

connection_mode

The connection mode to use between source and destination.

Valid values are inet, inet6.

days_of_month

The days of month for schedule to be set. Can be single value between 1 and 31, comma seperated list (1,7,14), range (2-10), range with divider (1-30/7), * to match all, or - to match none.

days_of_week

The days of week for schedule to be set. Can be single value between 0 and 6, inclusive, with 0 being Sunday, or must be name of the day (e.g. Tuesday), comma sepeated list (1,3,5), range (2-5), * to match all, or - to match none.

destination_location

(Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.)

The destination location.

ensure

Netapp Snapmirror schedule resource state. Valid values are: present, absent.

Valid values are present, absent.

hours

The hour(s) in the day for schedule to be set. Can be single value between 1 and 24, comma seperated list (1,7,14), range (2-10), range with divider (1-24/3), * to match all, or - to match none.

max_transfer_rate

The max transfer rate, in KB/s. Defaults to unlimited.

minutes

The minutes in the hour for schedule to be set. Can be single value between 0 and 59, comma seperated list (1,7,14), range (2-10), range with divider (1-59/3), * to match all, or - to match none.

restart

The restart mode to use when transfer interrupted. Allowed values are: always, never and restart.

Valid values are always, never, default.

source_location

The source location.

Type: netapp_user

Manage Netapp User creation, modification and deletion.

Parameters

comment

User comment

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

fullname

The user full name.

groups

List of groups for this user account. Comma separate multiple values.

passmaxage

Number of days that this user's password can be active before the user must change it. Default value is 2^31-1 days.

passminage

Number of days that this user's password must be active before the user can change it. Default value is 0.

password

The user password. Minimum length is 8 characters, must contain at-least one number.

status

Status of user account. Valid values are: enabled, disabled and expired. Cannot be modified via API.

Valid values are enabled, disabled, expired.

username

(Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.)

The user username.

Type: netapp_volume

Manage Netapp Volume creation, modification and deletion. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

aggregate

Required.. The aggregate this volume should be created in.

autosize

Whether volume autosize should be grow, grow/shrink, or off.

Valid values are off, grow, grow_shrink.

ensure

The basic state that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

exportpolicy

The export policy with which the volume is associated.

group_id

The UNIX group ID for the volume.

initsize

The initial volume size. Required. Valid format is /[0-9]+[kmgt]/.

junctionpath

The fully-qualified pathname in the owning vserver's namespace at which a volume is mounted.

Valid values are absolute file paths or false.

languagecode

The language code this volume should use.

Valid values are C, ar, cs, da, de, en, en_US, es, fi, fr, he, hr, hu, it, ja, ja_v1, ko, no, nl, pl, pt, ro, ru, sk, sl, sv, tr, zh, zh_TW.

name

The volume name. Valid characters are a-z, 1-9 & underscore.

options

The volume options hash. Key/value pairs are configured via volume-option-info. Only valid in vserver context.

Example:

netapp_volume { 'nfsvol':
  ensure       => 'present',
  autosize     => 'off',
  exportpolicy => 'nfs_exports',
  initsize     => '2g',
  junctionpath => '/nfsvol',
  state        => 'online',
  options      => {
    'actual_guarantee'          => 'volume',
    'convert_ucode'             => 'on',
    'create_ucode'              => 'on',
    'effective_guarantee'       => 'volume',
    'extent'                    => 'off',
    'fractional_reserve'        => '100',
    'fs_size_fixed'             => 'off',
    'guarantee'                 => 'volume',
    'ignore_inconsistent'       => 'off',
    'max_write_alloc_blocks'    => '0',
    'maxdirsize'                => '52346',
    'minra'                     => 'off',
    'no_atime_update'           => 'off',
    'no_i2p'                    => 'off',
    'nosnap'                    => 'off',
    'nosnapdir'                 => 'off',
    'nvfail'                    => 'off',
    'read_realloc'              => 'off',
    'root'                      => 'false',
    'schedsnapname'             => 'create_time',
    'snapmirrored'              => 'off',
    'snapshot_clone_dependency' => 'off',
    'try_first'                 => 'volu me_grow',
  },
}
  snapreserve  => '5',
  snapschedule => {'days' => '2', 'hours' => '6', 'minutes' => '0', 'weeks' => '1', 'which-hours' => '0:05, 1:05, 2:05, 3:05, 4:05, 5:05, 6:05, 7:05, 8:05, 9:05, 10:05, 11:05, 12:05, 13:05, 14:05, 15:05,
      16:05, 17:05, 18:05, 19:05, 20:05, 21:05, 22:05, 23:05', 'which-minutes' => ''},
snapreserve

The percentage of space to reserve for snapshots.

snapschedule

The volume snapshot schedule, in a hash format. Valid keys are: 'minutes', 'hours', 'days', 'weeks', 'which-hours', 'which-minutes'.

Example:

netapp_volume { 'nfsvol':
  ensure       => 'present',
  autosize     => 'off',
  exportpolicy => 'nfs_exports',
  initsize     => '2g',
  junctionpath => '/nfsvol',
  state        => 'online',
  snapreserve  => '5',
  snapschedule => {
    'days'          => '2',
    'hours'         => '6',
    'minutes'       => '0',
    'weeks'         => '1',
    'which-hours'   => '0:05, 12:05',
    'which-minutes' => '',
  },
}
spaceres

The space reservation mode.

Valid values are none, file, volume.

state

The volume state.

Valid values are online, offline, restricted.

unix_permissions

Unix permission bits in octal string format.It's similar to Unix style permission bits: In Data ONTAP 7-mode, the default setting of '0755' gives read/write/execute permissions to owner and read/execute to group and other users. In Data ONTAP Cluster-Mode, for security style 'mixed' or 'unix', the default setting of '0755' gives read/write/execute permissions to owner and read/execute permissions to group and other users. For security style 'ntfs', the default setting of '0000' gives no permissions to owner, group and other users. It consists of 4 octal digits derived by adding up bits 4, 2 and 1. Omitted digits are assumed to be zeros. First digit selects the set user ID(4), set group ID (2) and sticky (1) attributes. The second digit selects permission for the owner of the file: read (4), write (2) and execute (1); the third selects permissions for other users in the same group; the fourth for other users not in the group.

user_id

The UNIX user ID for the volume.

volume_type

The type of the volume to be created. Possible values: rw - read-write volume (default setting), ls - load-sharing volume, dp - data-protection volume, dc - data-cache volume (FlexCache)

Type: netapp_vserver

Manage Netapp Vserver creation, modification and deletion. [Family: cluster, vserver]

Parameters

aggregatelist

Vserver aggregate list. May be an array.

allowedprotos

Vserver allowed protocols.

Valid values are nfs, cifs, fcp, iscsi, ndmpd.

comment

Vserver comment.

ipspace

IPspace name.

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

language

Vserver language. Defaults to c.UTF-8

Valid values are c, c.UTF-8, ar, cs, da, de, en, en_us, es, fi, fr, he, hr, hu, it, ja, ja_v1, ja_jp.pck, ja_jp.932, ja_jp.pck_v2, ko, no, nl, pl, pt, ro, ru, sk, sl, sv, tr, zh, zh.gbk, zh_tw.

maxvolumes

Vserver maximum allowed volumes.

name

The vserver name

namemappingswitch

Vserver name mapping switch. Defaults to 'file'.

Valid values are file, ldap.

nameserverswitch

Vserver name server switch.

Valid values are file, ldap, nis.

quotapolicy

Vserver quota policy.

rootvol

Required. The vserver root volume.

rootvolaggr

Required. Vserver root volume aggregate.

rootvolsecstyle

Required. Vserver root volume security style.

Valid values are unix, ntfs, mixed, unified.

snapshotpolicy

Vserver snapshot policy.

state

The vserver state.

Valid values are stopped, running.

Type: netapp_vserver_option

Manage Netapp Vserver option modification. [Family: cluster, vserver]

Parameters

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

name

The vserver option name.

value

The vserver option value.

Type: netapp_sis_config

Manage Netapp Vserver sis config modification. [Family: vserver]

Parameters

compression

Enable compression on the sis volume.

Valid options: true, false.

enabled

Enable sis on a volume.

Valid options: true, false.

ensure

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

idd

Enables file level incompressible data detection and quick check incompressible data detection for large files.

Valid options: true, false.

inline_compression

Enable inline compression on the sis volume.

Valid options: true, false.

path

(Namevar: If omitted, this parameter's value defaults to the resource's title.) The full path of the sis volume, /vol/<vol_name>.

policy

The sis policy name to be attached to the volume.

quick_check_fsize

Quick check file size for Incompressible Data Detection. Accepts integers

Values can match /^\d+$/.

sis_schedule

The schedule string for the sis operation.

Accepts the following formats:

  • day_list[@hour_list]
  • hour_list[@day_list]
  • -
  • auto
  • manual

TODO

The following items are yet to be implemented:

  • Data Fabric Manager support
  • Support adding/deleting/modifying cifs shares
  • LDAP and/or AD configuration
  • QA remaining resources

Development

The following section applies to developers of this module only.

Testing

You will need to install the NetApp Manageability SDK Ruby libraries for most of the tests to work.

How to obtain these files is detailed in the NetApp Manageability SDK section above.