Do not edit this file directly; if you do, some aspects of ONTAP will not operate correctly. Several backups of the registry database exist and are automatically used if the original registry becomes unusable. In particular, /etc/registry.lastgood is a copy of the registry as it existed after the last successful boot.
If you back up the configuration files in the /etc directory, the /etc/registry file should be included. After restoring all the configuration files, a reboot will be required to complete the restore (for example, in order to reload the registry, and to re-execute /etc/rc).
** Option cifs.show_snapshot is being set to “true” in /etc/rc, and this ** conflicts with a value – “off” – loaded from the registry. ** Commands in /etc/rc always override the registry at boot time, ** so the value of cifs.show_snapshot is now “true”.
** Option autosupport.enable is being set to “off”, but this conflicts ** with a line in /etc/rc that sets it to “../index.htm”. ** Options are automatically persistent, but the line in /etc/rc ** will override this persistence, so if you want to make this change ** persistent, you will need to change (or remove) the line in /etc/rc.
/etc/registry.bck (first-level backup)
/etc/registry.lastgood (second-level backup)
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