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SnapDrive for UNIX

5.3.2 Documentation

This page lists the documents for SnapDrive 5.3.2 for UNIX.

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Release Notes AIX, Linux, and Solaris
Part No. 215-13693_A0_UR001
Describes how to install, configure, and use SnapDrive for UNIX on AIX and Solaris platforms and in a Linux environment. HTML
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Administration Guide for Linux
Part No. 215-13694_A0
Describes how to administer SnapDrive for UNIX in a Linux environment after deployment is complete. Topics include how to configure the product, how to create and clone Snapshot copies, how to upgrade and uninstall the product, and an explanation of CLI commands. HTML
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Installation and Administration Guide for IBM AIX
Part No. 215-13695_A0
Describes how to install, configure, and use SnapDrive for UNIX on an AIX platform. HTML
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EPUB
Installation and Administration Guide for Solaris
Part No. 215-13696_A0
Describes how to install, configure, and use SnapDrive for UNIX on a Solaris platform. HTML
PDF
EPUB
Installation and Setup Guide for Linux for Clustered Data ONTAP
Part No. 215-13697_A0
Describes initial tasks you need to perform to deploy SnapDrive for UNIX with clustered Data ONTAP in a Linux environment. Topics include how to install and configure the product and how to back up the databases. HTML
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Installation and Setup Guide for Linux® for Data ONTAP Operating in 7-Mode
Part No. 215-13492_A0
Describes initial tasks you need to perform to deploy SnapDrive for UNIX with Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode in Linux environment. Topics include how to install and configure the product and how to back up the databases. HTML
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EPUB
Notice
Part No. 215-13834_A0_UR001
Provides information about third-party copyright and licenses used in this product. PDF

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