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NetApp::Qtree -- OO class for creating and managing qtrees
use NetApp::Filer; use NetApp::Qtree; my $filer = NetApp::Filer->new( .... ); # Create a tree, with all options in one call my $qtree = $filer->create_qtree( name => "/vol/vol1/qtreename", oplocks => 1, mode => 0755, security => 'unix', ); # Alternately, you can create it, and then change things my $qtree = $filer->create_qtree( name => "/vol/vol1/qtreename", mode => 0755, ); # The mode must be set when created $qtree->set_oplock(1); $qtree->set_security('unix');
This class encapsulates a single NetApp qtree, and provides methods for querying information about the qtree, as well as methods for managing it.
set_security( $security ) This method method takes a single argument, which is the security value to set on the qtree. It must have one of the following values: unix ntfs mixed get_security Returns a string containing the current security setting of the qtree. set_oplocks( $boolean ) This method takes a boolean argument, and sets the oplocks attribute of the qtree to "enabled" if the value is true, and "disabled" if the value is false. get_oplocks Returns true is the oplocks are set to "enabled", false if they are set to "disabled". get_status Returns the status value for the qtree. It waill have the values such as: normal snapmirrored get_id Returns the qtree id. get_vfiler Returns the vfiler which owns the qtree. If vfilers are not licensed on the filer, this method will simply return a false value.