Where to go next
After configuring SnapDrive for UNIX and creating a Snapshot copy, you can perform a restore operation, connect a Snapshot copy, and create a clone. You can also explore other important SnapDrive features, such as role-based access control (RBAC), enhanced clone-splitting, and volume-based SnapRestore.
You can find more information about these features, as well as release-specific information about SnapDrive for UNIX, in the following documentation, available on the NetApp Support Site:
Describes how to configure various features on SnapDrive for UNIX after the deployment is complete. Topics include how to configure igroups, configure SnapDrive for UNIX, configure RBAC, and use the data collection utility to diagnose issues with SnapDrive for UNIX.
Describes new features, important cautions, known problems, and limitations for SnapDrive 5.3.2 for UNIX.
Describes initial tasks you must perform to deploy SnapManager for Oracle with 7-mode in UNIX environment. Topics include how to install and configure the product and how to back up the databases.
Describes SnapDrive for UNIX best practices.