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The "softnas-cmd" command line interface utility facilitates integration with the REST API as a CLI (command line interface).  softnas-cmd is written in CURL and is cross-platform code. It may also be useful as example code for how to use the API, for those who wish to explore it in more detail as a working example. This document has been produced by running `softnas-cmd --help`.

The softnas-cmd CLI is designed to be used from the command line. When running within the Amazon Web Services (AWS) environment, softnas-cli is a convenient tool for use with Cloud Formation templates, which can be combined to automate configuration and setup of SoftNAS storage systems.

As with all SoftNAS API applications, softnas-cmd requires that you first authenticate with the SoftNAS server using the "login" command.  Once you are logged in, softnas-cmd maintains a simulated cookie jar that emulates how a browser interacts with a web server to maintain session security (required by the SoftNAS server).  Subsequent commands issued via the softnas-cmd CLI make use of the login session (which expires after 30 minutes).

Usage:

softnas-cmd [-h | --help] | [[-b | --base_url URL] [-s | --session_id SESSION_ID]  [-i | --insecure] | [-t | --pretty_print] COMMAND [OPTIONS]]

 

OPTIONS:

    -h [command name], --help [command name]

Display this help message and exit. You can specify the command name to get the help for only one softnas command.

    -b, --base_url URL

Set base url for SoftNAS Application. By default URL=https://localhost/softnas


    -s, --session_id SESSION_ID

Set the current session id to be used to used store session information. By default SESSION_ID=PPID.


    -i, --insecure

Disable SSL verification.

    -t, --pretty_print

Display json result with indentation.


Commands:

login  

Login into SoftNAS Application.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

username

password

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd login softnas Pass4W0rd


logout 

Logout from SoftNAS Application.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd logout


resetsessiontimer

This command is used to keep session active. By default session timeout is set to 30 minutes. if you want to keep session from being expired just call this function.    

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd resetsessiontimer


licenseinfo

Returns the current license information.  

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd licenseinfo


licenseactivate

Activate a license key for use with SoftNAS

COMMAND OPTIONS:

licencekey: the licence key; i.e., "softnas"

register name: the registered name of the license key

hardware id: can be obtained from "licenseinfo" in amazon the hardware id is the instance id     

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd licenseactivate CEAASA-BESNJA-8MEED6-AHAZZN-XHWB8X-A2NUK3 RBLLC i-0b06fe44


internallicense

Force SoftNAS to use its built-in, default license.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd internallicense


newlicense

Activate a license key for use with SoftNAS

COMMAND OPTIONS:

newkey: the licence key; i.e., "softnas"
regnew: the registered name of the license key
activationType: manual or online activation type are supported
activationCode: manual activation code


EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd newlicense CEAASA-BESNJA-8MEED6-AHAZZN-XHWB8X-A2NUK3 RBLLC manual AZQWERTY-ACTIV-ATION-CODE

ackagreement

Acknowledge the license agreement (to enable use of the product).

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd ackagreement


checkupdate

Check to see if new software updates are available.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd internallicense


executeupdate

Execute and apply software updates.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd executeupdate


statusupdate

Return the status of an update that is in-progress (started by executeupdate).

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd statusupdate


meterstatus

Return AWS usage meter status (if availble).

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd usagemeter


availabledisks

Returns list of available disk devices.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd availabledisks


pools  

Lists available storage pools.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

start: position to start from (used for pagination)

limit: number of items to get

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd pools 1 10


pooldetails

List a storage pool's detailed attributes.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

pool name: the pool name

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd pooldetails pool1

poolcommand

Issue a command to control a storage pool.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

command name: zpool command name (startscrub, stopscrub, setonline, setoffline, removedevice, replacedevice)

pool name: the pool name

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd poolcommand <command> [arguments]

deletepool

Delete pool storage.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

pool name: the pool name

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd deletepool pool1


volumes

List available storage volumes.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

start: position to start from (used for pagination)

limit: number of items to get

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd volumes 1 10

createvolume

Create a volume.     

COMMAND OPTIONS:

vol_name: name of volume

pool: selected pool name

vol_type: possible values :

- filesystem: Filesystem (NFS, CIFS)

- blockdevice: Block Device (iSCSI LUN)

provisioning: allocation space type. Possible values :

- thin: Thin Provision - dynamically allocate space as it is needed

- thick: Thick Provision - preallocate space from storage pool now

reserve_space: volume size (number)

reserve_units: size unit i.e G (Giga)

compression: enable commpression

dedup: enable commpression

shareISCS: enable share ISCSI

shareCIFS: enable share CIFS

exportNFS: enable export NFS

enable_snapshots: Enable scheduled volume snapshots

schedule_name: Snapshot schedule name

hourlysnaps: hourly maximum number of scheduled snapshot

dailysnaps: daily maximum number of scheduled snapshot

weeklysnaps: weekly maximum number of scheduled snapshot

minimum_threshold: Minimum amount of data written to volume before new snapshot is created. If user have dozens of volumes, it prevents high system load caused by creating lot of unnecessary 0-size snapshots and of sending them via SnapReplicate.

sync: controls the behavior of synchronous requests

- standard: standard is the POSIX specified behavior of ensuring all synchronous requests are written to stable  storage  and  all  devices are flushed to ensure data is not cached by device controllers (this is the default).

- always: always causes every file system transaction to be written and flushed before its system call returns. This has a large performance penalty.

- disabled: this disables synchronous requests. File system  transactions are only committed to stable storage periodically. This option will give the highest performance.  However, it is very dangerous as ZFS would be ignoring the synchronous transaction demands of applications such as databases or NFS.  Administrators should only use this option when the risks are understood.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd createvolume vol_name=volume5 pool=pool3 vol_type=filesystem provisioning=thin exportNFS=on shareCIFS=on dedup=on enable_snapshot=on schedule_name=Default hourlysnaps=5 dailysnaps=10 weeklysnaps=0 sync=always


editvolume

Edit a volume.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

reserve_space: integer value for volume capacity (G,M,T)

reserve_units: unit for volume capacity (G, M, T)

compression: ZFS compression type

dedup: deduplication

share via iSCSI (exclude completely to disable)

share via CIFS (exclude completely to disable)

export via NFS (exclude completely to disable)

enable_snapshot: enable the identified snapshot

schedule_name: string identifier that represents schedule


EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd availabledisks


deletevolume

Delete a volume.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

volume name: name of volume

pool name: pool name

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd deletevolume volume6 pool3


schedulelist

List available schedules.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd schedulelist


snapshotlist

List available snapshots.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

pool name: pool name i.e 'pool3/vol1'

start: position to start from (used for pagination)

limit: number of items to get

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd snapshotlist pool3/vol1 0 10

snapcommand

Issue a volume snapshot control command.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

command: possible values

- create: create new snapshot. Related options:

- pool_name: pool name i.e 'pool3/vol1'

- volume_name: volume name

- clone: clone snapshot. Related options:

- pool_name: pool name i.e 'pool3/vol1'

- volume_name: volume name

- snap_name: snapshot name to be cloned

- delete: delete snaphot list

- snapshots: list of snapshot to be deleted in this format "poolname,volumename,snapshotname:poolname1,volumename1,snapshotname1". see example       

EXAMPLE 1 :

Create snapshot.

softnas-cmd snapcommand create pool_name=pool1 volume_name=vol1

EXAMPLE 2 :

Clone snapshot.

softnas-cmd snapcommand clone pool_name=pool1 volume_name=vol1 snap_name=snaphot1

EXAMPLE 3 :

Delete snapshots.

softnas-cmd snapcommand delete 'snapshots=pool1,volume1,snap-20150605-140647-cloned-Jun52015-141106:pool1,volume1,snap-20150606-070607'


iscsitargetlist

Provides a list of available iSCSI targets.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

start: position to start from (used for pagination)

limit: number of items to get

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd iscsitargetlist  0 10


diskdevices

List of available disk devices and their status

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd diskdevices


diskmgmt

Issue a disk management command.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

command: possible values

- createS3disk: create s3 disk. Related options:

- AWSAccessKey: s3 AWS access key id

- AWSSecretKey: s3 AWS secret key

- s3bucket: s3 bucket name must be unique

- bucketroot: s3 bucket root

- sizeMaxValue: Disk size

- sizeMaxUnits: Size unit TB or GB

- diskpassword: disk password protection

- encrypted: add it to encrypt disk

- readahead: loads file contents into page cache

- blockCacheDevice: s3 cache device

- region: AWS region. Possible values :

- us-west-2, oregon: oregon

- us-west-1, northern_california: northern california

- eu-west-1, ireland: ireland

- ap-southeast-1, singapore: singapore

- ap-southeast-2, sydney: sydney

- ap-northeast-1, tokyo: tokyo

- ap-northeast-1, seoul: seoul

- sa-east-1, sao_paulo: sao paulo

- eu-central-1, frankfurt: frankfurt

- us-gov-west-1, govcloud: govcloud

- us-east-1, virginia, default: virginia

- deleteS3disk: delete s3 disk

- s3diskname: s3 disk name  i.e (/dev/s3-0)

- deleteAzureDisk:  delete Azure disk.

- diskname: Name of device (i.e. /dev/sdb)

- getS3settings: get list of s3 setting stored in config file

- bucketlist: get list of AWS s3 buckets

- createEBSdisk: create EBS disk. Related options :

- AWSAccessKey: s3 AWS access key id

- AWSSecretKey: s3 AWS secret key

- sizeMaxValue: Disk size in GB

- type: Disk type. Possible values:

- gp2 : General Purpose (SSD)

- io1: Provisioned IOPS (SSD). Related option:

- iops: Number of Input/Output Operations Per Second

- standard: Standard

- numberDisks: Number of disks to add

- deleteOnTermination: Enable delete on termination

- prewarming: Enable pre-warming

- createAzureDisk: create Azure disk. Related options:

- username: Azure account username

- password: Azure account password

- storageAccount: Azure storage account

- sizeMaxValue: Disk size

- sizeMaxUnits: Size unit TB or GB

- numberDisks: Number of disks to add

- sync_creation : Waiting for all disks to be created before getting the response

- createExtenderDisk: create extender disk. Related options:

- type: establishes disk type. Possible values are: centurylink, cloudian, dunkel, google, hitachi, netapp, azureBlob, custom

- accessKey: access key for Azure account

- secretKey: secret key for Azure account

- bucketName: Azure bucket name

- sizeMaxValue: Disk size

- sizeMaxUnits: Size unit TB or GB

- encrypted: password for encrypting the disk

- awsAuthVersion: Possible values: aws2, aws4

EXAMPLE 1:

Create s3 disk.

softnas-cmd diskmgmt createS3disk AWSAccessKey=YOUR_AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID AWSSecretKey=YOUR_AWS_SECRET_KEY s3bucket=softnas-test-1 bucketroot=softnas sizeMaxValue=500 sizeMaxUnits=GB region=default encrypted diskpassword=password123* readahead blockCacheDevice=/dev/xvdf  

EXAMPLE 2:

Get list of buckets.

softnas-cmd diskmgmt bucketlist

EXAMPLE 3:

Get list of s3 setting stored in config file.

softnas-cmd diskmgmt getS3settings

EXAMPLE 4:

Delete S3 disk.

softnas-cmd diskmgmt deleteS3disk "/dev/s3-0"

EXAMPLE 5:

Create EBS Disk General Purpose (SSD).

softnas-cmd diskmgmt createEBSdisk AWSAccessKey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX AWSSecretKey='XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX' sizeMaxValue=10 type=gp2 numberDisks=2 deleteOnTermination prewarming -t

EXAMPLE 6:

Create EBS Disk Provisioned IOPS (SSD).
softnas-cmd diskmgmt createEBSdisk AWSAccessKey=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX AWSSecretKey='XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX' sizeMaxValue=100 type=io1 iops=3000 numberDisks=2 deleteOnTermination prewarming -t

EXAMPLE 7 :

Create Azure Disk.

softnas-cmd diskmgmt createAzureDisk username=softnas password=Pass4W0rd storageAccount=SoftnasStorage sizeMaxValue=100 sizeMaxUnits=GB -t

parted_command

Issue a disk partitioning command.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

command: possible values

- partition_all: partition all disks that are not partitioned

- add_partition: adds a partition to specified disk/s

- remove_partition: removes a partition from specified disk/s

- disk name: selected disk device name

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd parted_command add_partition dev/xvdr

snaprepcommand

Issue SnapReplicate command.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

command: possible values

- snapverify: verify the remote node. Related options:

- remotenode: ip adress of remote node

- userid: username for remote node

- password: password of remote node

- initsnapreplicate: begin initial replicate with remote node

- type: type of source node possible values source or target

- remotenode: ip adress of remote node

- userid: username for remote node

- password: password of remote node

- keyexchange: Exchange servers keys and allow remote servers ssh connection for each node

- keyfile: public key file path (/var/www/softnas/keys/SoftNAS-PrimaryPublic.pem)

- pubEncoded: Keyfile content base64 encoded

- serverEncoded: rsa public host key content file base 64 encoded (/etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key.pub)

- serverIP: server node ip (sender)

- snapreplicatestatus: get the current status of replication

- start: position to start from (used for pagination)

- limit: number of items to get

- snapreplog: get snapreplicate log

- start: position to start from (used for pagination)

- limit: number of items to get

- snapreplicatetasks: get snapreplicate tasks

- start: position to start from (used for pagination)

- limit: number of items to get

- forcesync: force full synchronization of all volumes image or specific volume between nodes

- volume_path: optional, you can specify a volume (poolname/volumename) to force full synchronization

- replicatenow: get snapreplicate log

- activate: activate replication

- deactivate: deactivate replication

- takeover: takeover as replication source

- giveback: giveback replication source duties

- deletereplication: remove the replication

- getsettings: get replication settings

- modifysettings: edit replication settings

- loglevel: Logging Level. Possible values

-- info: Informational, warning and error messages (default)

-- debug: Debug, informational, warning and error messages (all messages)

-- warn: Warning and error messages

-- error: Error messages only

-- fatal: Fatal messages only

-- off: No messages (not recommended)

- transportcmd: Transport Command

- transportflags: Transport Flags

- cipherspec: Cipher Spec

- compressenabled: Compress data stream (consumes additional CPU)

- throttleenabled: enable bandwidth Throttle (per stream)

- throttlelimit: limit size

- throttleunits: size unit possible values

-- b => bits/sec

-- k => Kbits/sec

-- m => Mbits/sec

-- B => Bytes/sec

-- K => Kbytes/sec

-- M => MBytes/sec

EXAMPLE 1:

Verify the SnapReplicate remote node.

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand snapverify remotenode=10.227.57.227 userid=softnas password=Pass4W0rd -t

EXAMPLE 2:

Initiate snapreplicate.

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand initsnapreplicate remotenode=10.227.57.227 userid=softnas password=Pass4W0rd type=source -t     

EXAMPLE 3:

Get snapreplicate status.

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand snapreplicatestatus start=0 limit=10 -t

EXAMPLE 4:

Get snapreplicate log

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand snapreplog start=0 limit=10 -t

EXAMPLE 5:

Delete snapreplication.

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand deletereplication -t

EXAMPLE 6:

Get replication settings.

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand getsettings -t

EXAMPLE 7:

Force full synchronization of all volumes images between 2 nodes

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand forcesync -t

EXAMPLE 8:

Force full synchronization volume image between 2 nodes. You can specify a volume (poolname/volumename) to force full synchronization.

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand forcesync poolname/volumename -t

EXAMPLE 9:

Start replication cycle.

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand replicatenow -t

EXAMPLE 10:

Activate replication.

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand activate -t

EXAMPLE 11:

Deactivate replication

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand deactivate -t

EXAMPLE 12:

Change role to primary node.

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand takeover -t

EXAMPLE 13:

Change role to secondary node.

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand giveback -t

EXAMPLE 14:

Modify replication settings

softnas-cmd snaprepcommand modifysettings loglevel=info transportcmd=ssh transportflags="-o ConnectTimeout=30" cipherspec="aes128-cbc,blowfish-cbc,3des-cbc,cast128-cbc,aes192-cbc,aes256-cbc" compressenabled=on throttleenabled=on throttlelimit=200 throttleunits=K throttleflags= -t


hacommand

Issue ha command.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

command: possible values:

- checklicense: check for valid ha license

- haLicenseKey: Ha license key (required)

- regname: license registration name (optional). If not specified it will use softnas.ini registration name.

- checkHAcontroller: Check for valid HA Controller IP address

- haControllerIP: Controller IP address

- install: Begin install HA from the SnapReplicate "source" node

- haLicenseKey: Ha license key (required)

- regname: license registration name (optional). If not specified it will use softnas.ini registration name.

- add: Begin Add configuration of SNAP HA from the SnapReplicate "source" node

- AWSAccessKey: AWS Access Key

- AWSSecretKey: AWS Secret Key

- ha_type: Possible values :

- VIP: for private virtual ip

- EIP: for AWS elastic IP

- vip: virtual IP (AWS Elastic IP)

- haControllerIP: Controller IP address (required only on Virtual machine)

- bypassHAChecks    : If given, bypass pre-checks for HA installation

- del: Delete HA from SnapReplicate

- azure_install: Begin install Azure HA from the SnapReplicate "source" node

- azureUsername: The main azure username credential (required)

- azurePassword: The main azure password credential (required)

- vip: A virtual IP address (VIP or VIPA) is a private IP address that doesn't correspond to an actual physical network interface (port). ie 192.168.1.1

- azure_delete: Delete Azure HA from SnapReplicate

EXAMPLE 1:

Check HA license.

softnas-cmd hacommand checklicense XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX --pretty_print

EXAMPLE 2:

Install HA.

softnas-cmd hacommand install XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX --pretty_print

EXAMPLE 3:

Add HA.

softnas-cmd hacommand add YOUR_AWS_ACCESS_KEY YOUR_AWS_SECRET_KEY EIP 54.84.87.120 --pretty_print

EXAMPLE 4:

check HA controller

softnas-cmd hacommand checkHAcontroller 50.15.14.15 --pretty_print

EXAMPLE 5:

Delete HA.

softnas-cmd hacommand del --pretty_print

EXAMPLE 6:

Azure install HA.

softnas-cmd hacommand azure_install azureUsername azurePassword 192.168.1.1 --pretty_print

EXAMPLE 7:

Azure delete HA.

softnas-cmd hacommand azure_delele --pretty_print


test_remote_address

Check if address with port is reachable from instance


COMMAND OPTIONS:


remote_address : ip address or domain trying to reach
remote_port : port on that address (optional)

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd test_remote_address 192.168.0.5 8081


get_s3_regions

get s3 array of regions

COMMAND OPTIONS:

include_all :get all regions, not just AWS regions

gov : get also AWS gov region

EXAMPLE:

get_s3_regions
get_s3_regions include_all=true
get_s3_regions gov=true
get_s3_regions include_all=true gov=true

perfmon

Get performance monitoring status information.

IMPORTANT: This command gives 30 records. You should call this command in series between each call less than 10 sec to get performance monitoring status information. For the first call this command will return all values as false and each next call with new record values.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd perfmon

overview

Get NAS overview status information.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd overview


netstats

Get network performance status information.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd netstats


diskstats

Get disk performance status information.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd diskstats


createpool

Creates new storage pool.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

disk devices: list of diskdevices separated by comma ":"

-n pool name: the pool name

-r raid level: possible values:

0 : No RAID, JBOD

1 : RAID 1/10 (mirror, striped mirrors)

5 : RAID-Z (single parity)

6 : RAID-Z2 (dual parity)

7 : RAID-Z3 (triple parity)

-f forced creation : possible values on, off

-le use LUKS encryption : possible values on, off, unset (off)
-lp LUKS passphrase : must be provided when LUKS encryption is on
-sync sync mode : possible values standard, always, disabled
-cs case sensitive : possible values on, off
-shared shared : possible values on, off

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd createpool /dev/xvdf:/dev/xvdg -n=pool1 -r=1 -f=on -t
softnas-cmd createpool /dev/xvdf:/dev/xvdg -n=pool1 -r=1 -f=on -le=on -lp=luksPassword.123 -t
softnas-cmd createpool /dev/xvdf:/dev/xvdg -n=pool1 -r=1 -f=on -le=on -lp=Pas4Wrd -sync=standard -cs=off -t
softnas-cmd createpool /dev/s3-1:/dev/s3-2 -n=pool1 -r=1 -f=on -sync=standard -cs=off -shared=on -t


readcache

Create cache disk devices for pool storage.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

disk devices: list of diskdevices separated by comma ":"

pool name: the pool name

force cache: possible values on, off

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd readcache /dev/xvdr pool3 on


writelog

Create log disk devices for pool storage.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

disk devices: list of diskdevices separated by comma ":"

pool name: the pool name

raid level: possible values 0, 1

0 : No RAID, JBOD

1 : RAID 1/10 (mirror, striped mirrors)

force cache: possible values on, off

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd writelog /dev/xvdk pool3 0 on


addspare

Add spare disk to storage pool.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

disk devices: list of diskdevices separated by comma ":"

pool name: the pool name

forced spare: possible values on, off

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd addspare /dev/xvdn pool3 on


importpool

Import deleted or foreign pools.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

pool name: the pool name

pool type: possible values deleted, foreign

force: possible values on, off

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd importpool pool1 deleted on
 

backup

Issue a EBS snapshots backup command.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

command: possible values

- list: list ebs backup snapshots. Related options:

- start: position to start from (used for pagination) (optional)

- limit: number of items to get (optional)

- create: create new ebs backup snapshot. Related options:

- access_key: AWS S3 access key id (required)

- secret_key: AWS S3 secret key (required)

- restore: restore ebs snapshot. Related options:

- SnapshotID: Snapshot ID to restore (required)

- access_key: AWS S3 access key id (required)

- secret_key: AWS S3 secret key (required)

- delete: clone snapshot. Related options:

- SnapshotID: Snapshot ID to delete (required)

EXAMPLE 1:

List ebs backup snapshots.

softnas-cmd backup list 0 10 --pretty_print

EXAMPLE 2:

Clone snapshot.

softnas-cmd backup create 'yourAWSAccessKey' 'yourAWSSecretKey' --pretty_print

EXAMPLE 3:

Restore ebs snapshot.

softnas-cmd backup restore 'SnapshotID' 'yourAWSAccessKey' 'yourAWSSecretKey' --pretty_print

EXAMPLE 4:

Delete ebs snapshot.

softnas-cmd backup delete 'SnapshotID' --pretty_print


userpassword

change password for specified user

COMMAND OPTIONS:

user : username (ex. softnas)
oldpassword : old user password
newpassword : new user password

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd userpassword user=softnas


tier_devices

List tiered storage devices.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_devices

   

tier_enable

Mark tiered storage device as enabled (but do not import it).

COMMAND OPTIONS:

name: human-readable tier name (ex. tierA)

device: device node (ex. sdtiera)

uuid: tier uuid

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_enable name=tierA

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_enable device=sdtiera

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_enable uuid=5B074FFFFF23FFFF56FFFFFF


tier_disable

Mark tiered storage device as disabled (but do not export it)

COMMAND OPTIONS:

name: human-readable tier name (ex. tierA)

device: device node (ex. sdtiera)

uuid: tier uuid

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_disable name=tierA

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_disable device=sdtiera

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_disable uuid=5B074FFFFF23FFFF56FFFFFF


tier_export

Stop tiered storage device if it is not in use without marking as disabled (will auto-import on reboot or takeover)

COMMAND OPTIONS:

name: human-readable tier name (ex. tierA)

device: device node (ex. sdtiera)

uuid: tier uuid

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_export name=tierA

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_export device=sdtiera

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_export uuid=5B074FFFFF23FFFF56FFFFFF


tier_import

Activate an exported tier storage device.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

name: human-readable tier name (ex. tierA)

uuid: tier uuid

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_import name=tierA

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_import uuid=5B074FFFFF23FFFF56FFFFFF


tier_getpolicy

Display current storage migration policy JSON document

COMMAND OPTIONS:

name: human-readable tier name (ex. tierA)

device: device node (ex. sdtiera)

uuid: tier uuid

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_getpolicy name=tierA

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_getpolicy device=sdtiera

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_getpolicy uuid=5B074FFFFF23FFFF56FFFFFF


tier_setpolicy

Apply new storage migration policy.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

name: human-readable tier name (ex. tierA)

device: device node (ex. sdtiera)

uuid: tier uuid

policy: JSON string encapsulated in '' (retrieve using tier_getpolicy)

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_setpolicy {name=tierA|device=sdtiera|uuid=5B074FFFFF23FFFF56FFFFFF} policy='[{"hit_collecttime":"23250","max_age":"46401","device":"zd0","order":"0"},{"hit_collecttime":"43200","max_age":"86400","device":"zd16","order":"1"}]'


tier_resize

Expand tiered storage device when underlying volumes have grown.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

name: human-readable tier name (ex. tierA)

device: device node (ex. sdtiera)

uuid: tier uuid

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_resize name=tierA

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_resize device=sdtiera

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_resize uuid=5B074FFFFF23FFFF56FFFFFF



tier_get_migration_state

return the current data migration status for the selected tier

COMMAND OPTIONS:

name: human-readable tier name (ex. tierA)

device: device node (ex. sdtiera)

uuid: tier uuid

* If no device is given, all tier states will be returned

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_get_migration_state name=tierA
softnas-cmd tier_get_migration_state device=sdtiera
softnas-cmd tier_get_migration_state uuid=5B074FFFFF23FFFF56FFFFFF


tier_set_migration_state

enable or disable background tier storage migration - when re-enabled, migration begins immediately.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

name: human-readable tier name (ex. tierA)

device: device node (ex. sdtiera)

uuid: tier uuid

state : enabled or disabled (default: enabled)

* If no device is given, all tier states will be returned

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd tier_set_migration_state state=enabled name=tierA
softnas-cmd tier_set_migration_state state=disabled device=sdtiera
softnas-cmd tier_set_migration_state uuid=5B074FFFFF23FFFF56FFFFFF


ultrafast_get_uuid

enable or disable background tier storage migration - when re-enabled, migration begins immediately.

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd ultrafast_get_uuid


ultrafast_get_authorized_onramps

return the list of onramps (sources) authorized to connect to this offramp (target)

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd ultrafast_get_authorized_onramps


ultrafast_get_configured_offramps

return the list of offramps (targets) this onramp (source) was configured to connect to

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd ultrafast_get_uuid


ultrafast_scheduling

return the list of schedule containing hourly bandwidth throttles that can be set (or is currently set) to a connection

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd ultrafast_scheduling


ultrafast_authorize_onramp

authorize an onramp (source) to connect to this offramp (target)

COMMAND OPTIONS:

onramp uuid : uuid of the onramp
onramp secret : onramp secret string
offramp secret : offramp secret string


EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd ultrafast_authorize_onramp 62f0d535-167c-4c34-9a00-002893c12a89 9397b58923c595ee 3ecf7d521bc8068c


ultrafast_add_offramp

configure an offramp (target) this onramp (source) will automatically connect to

COMMAND OPTIONS:

offramp uuid : uuid of the offramp
offramp dns : dns/ip of the offramp
offramp udp port: configured offramp udp port used for the tunnel communication
onramp secret : onramp secret string
offramp secret : offramp secret string
max upstream : maximum upstream bandwidth throttle
max downstream : maximum downstream bandwidth throttle
schedule uuid : uuid of the schedule info containing hourly bandwidth throttles (optional)

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd ultrafast_add_offramp 62f0d535-167c-4c34-9a00-002893c12a89 172.16.0.148 8888 9397b58923c595ee 3ecf7d521bc8068c 1000 1000
softnas-cmd ultrafast_add_offramp 62f0d535-167c-4c34-9a00-002893c12a89 172.16.0.148 8888 9397b58923c595ee 3ecf7d521bc8068c 1000 1000 62f0d535-167c-4c34-9a00-002893c12a8a

ultrafast_remove_offramp

remove an offramp (target) this onramp (source) will automatically connect to (or is currently connected with)

COMMAND OPTIONS:

offramp uuid : uuid of the offramp

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd ultrafast_remove_offramp 62f0d535-167c-4c34-9a00-002893c12a89


help

Display help text.

COMMAND OPTIONS:

command name : Optional. If you wish to know the help content for a particular command, add the command name. 

EXAMPLE:

softnas-cmd help snaprepcommand