system services ndmp log stop

(DEPRECATED)-Stop logging for the specified NDMP session

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the advanced privilege level.

Description

Note: This node-scoped NDMP command is deprecated. Node-scoped NDMP functionality may be removed in a future release of Data ONTAP. Use the Vserver-aware "vserver services ndmp log stop" command.
This command is used to stop logging on an active NDMP session on a node. The NDMP server session manages all NDMP tasks on the node. If you want to stop logging information regarding the NDMP server, use server with the -session-id parameter to disable logging. If you want to stop logging information about a particular NDMP session, for example a restore operation, then determine the session ID for the session using the "system services ndmp status" command and use that ID with the -session-id parameter to disable logging.

Parameters

-node {<nodename>|local} - Node
This parameter specifies the node.
-session-id {<integer>|server} - Session Identifier
This parameter specifies the NDMP session-id on which logging needs to be stopped. The session-id is associated with a unique NDMP session. Specify server to stop logging on the NDMP server session.

Examples

The following example shows how to stop logging on a specific NDMP session 35512, running on node cluster1-01.

			cluster1::*> system services ndmp log stop -session-id 35512 -node cluster1-01
	

The following example shows how to stop logging on the NDMP server session, running on node cluster1-01.

		cluster1::*> system services ndmp log stop -session-id server -node cluster1-01