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What's New in this Release
SolidFire PowerShell Tools version 1.2 contains the following improvements:
- Added new cmdlet functionality for LDAP, scheduling, remote logging, login sessions, volume pairing, cluster pairing, and
bulk volume tasks.
- Added port attribute so that SolidFire Support can connect to ports other than 443/442.
- Connections to Element OS API patch versions now available.
- Improved error message reporting to be more descriptive and contain API cluster responses.
- Expanded available snapshot replication parameters for
New- SFGroupSnapshot, and
Get-SFVolumecmdlet to accept volume names as an alternate choice to volume IDs.
The following are new SolidFire cmdlets in the version 1.2 release:
Complete-SFClusterPairing: [Cluster] Completes the cluster pairing processing using the encoded key created by the
Complete-SFVolumePairing: [Cluster] Completes the pairing of two volumes.
Get-SFClusterPair: [Cluster] Lists all of the clusters with which a cluster is paired.
Get-SFLdapConfiguration: [Cluster] Gets the active LDAP configuration on cluster.
Get-SFLoginSessionInfo: [Cluster] Returns the period of time a login authentication is valid for both login shells and
Get-SFNodeStats: [Cluster] Gets the high-level activity measurements for all nodes in a cluster.
Get-SFPendingOperation: [Node] Gets information about an operation on a node that is in progress.
Get-SFRemoteLoggingHost: [Cluster] Gets the list of current log servers.
Get-SFSchedule: [Cluster] Gets the scheduled snapshots on a cluster.
Get-SFVolumePair: [Cluster] Gets a list of all of active volumes that are part of a volume pairing.
New-SFLdapClusterAdmin: [Cluster] Adds a new LDAP cluster admin.
New-SFSchedule: [Cluster] Creates a schedule that automatically makes a snapshot of a volume at a defined interval.
Remove-SFClusterFault: [Cluster] Removes faults on the cluster.
Remove-SFClusterPair: [Cluster] Closes the open connections between two paired clusters.
Remove-SFSchedule: [Cluster] Deletes a snapshot schedule.
Remove-SFVolumePair: [Cluster] Removes the remote pairing between two volumes.
Set-SFClusterFullThreshold: [Cluster] Changes the threshold setting at which an event is generated when the storage
cluster approaches a block fullness level.
Set-SFGroupSnapshot: [Cluster] Modifies a point-in-time snapshot of a group of volumes.
Set-SFLdapAuthentication: [Cluster] Enables or disables LDAP configuration.
Set-SFLoginSessionInfo: [Cluster] Configures the period of time that a session login is valid.
Set-SFRemoteLoggingHost: [Cluster] Configures remote logging from the nodes in the storage cluster to a centralized
log server or servers.
Set-SFSchedule: [Cluster] Modifies the intervals at which scheduled snapshot creation occurs or deletes schedule.
Set-SFSnapshot: [Cluster] Modifies a point-in-time snapshot of a volume.
Set-SFVolumePair: [Cluster] Pauses or restarts replication between a pair of volumes.
Start-SFClusterPairing: [Cluster] Creates an encoded key from a cluster that is used to pair with another cluster
Start-SFVolumeBackup: [Cluster] Initializes a backup (bulk volume read) session on a specified volume.
Start-SFVolumePairing: [Cluster] Creates an encoded key from a volume that is used to pair with another volume.
Start-SFVolumeRestore: [Cluster] Initializes a restore (bulk volume write) session on a specified volume.
Test-SFLdapAuthentication: [Cluster] Verifies LDAP authentication configuration.