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Commands for managing node-scoped NDMP mode

You can use the system services ndmp commands to manage NDMP at a node level. Some of these commands are deprecated and will be removed in a future major release.

You can use the following NDMP commands only at the advanced privilege level:

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Enable NDMP service system services ndmp on*
Disable NDMP service system services ndmp off*
Display NDMP configuration system services ndmp show
Modify NDMP configuration system services ndmp modify
Display the default NDMP version system services ndmp version*
Display all the NDMP sessions system services ndmp status*
Display detailed information about all the NDMP sessions system services ndmp probe*
Terminate the specified NDMP session system services ndmp kill*
Terminate all the NDMP sessions system services ndmp kill-all*
Change the NDMP password system services ndmp password*
Enable node-scoped NDMP mode system services ndmp node-scope-mode on*
Disable node-scoped NDMP mode system services ndmp node-scope-mode off*
Display the node-scoped NDMP mode status system services ndmp node-scope-mode status*
Forcefully terminate all the NDMP sessions system services ndmp terminate
Start the NDMP service daemon system services ndmp start
Stop the NDMP service daemon system services ndmp stop
Start logging for the specified NDMP session system services ndmp log start*
Stop logging for the specified NDMP session system services ndmp log stop*

* These commands are deprecated and will be removed in a future major release.

For more information about these commands, see the man pages for the system services ndmp commands.