There are few commands that help you in configuring SnapDrive for UNIX.
|Command or action||Description|
|Configuring and verifying your version of SnapDrive for UNIX software|
|snapdrive config show||Check the values in the snapdrive.conf file.|
|snapdrive version||Check the version of SnapDrive for UNIX.|
|snapdrived start||Start the SnapDrive for UNIX daemon.|
|snapdrive config prepare luns -count count_value||Prepare the host for creating a specific number of LUNs as well as to determine how many LUNs you can create.|
|snapdrive clone split||
Estimate, start, stop, and query the status of split for a volume clone or a LUN clone.
|Edit the variables in the snapdrive.conf file.||Change the path name and options for the log files. SnapDrive for UNIX logs information to three files:
|Setting and displaying access control permissions between a host and a storage system.|
|Edit the access control permissions file (sd hostname.prbac) on the storage system associated with that host.||Specify the access control permissions a host has on a storage system.
You can set the following access levels for a host on a storage system:
|snapdrive config access show <filer_name>||Display information about the access control permissions a host has to a storage system.|
|snapdrive config delete <filername> [<filername> . . .]||Remove the specified user name-password pair from SnapDrive for UNIX.|