The following are some configuration notes for configuring the ‘VMAX Management HOST’ for communication via SMI-S for purposes such as ‘ViPR’ or with ‘VCE Vision’.
————————————————————————————– Reference:: VNX® Command Line Interface Reference for Block: The naviseccli ndu command -install function transfers one or more SP driver packages from a user-accessible
Related post: ‘EMC VNX – MCx Hot Sparing Considerations’ MCx code has brought many new features including the revolutionary ‘Multicore Raid’ which includes the ‘Drive
Installing the RecoverPoint Enabler using NAVICLI: Check the list of all ENABLERS currently installed on the VNX: naviseccli -h SP_IP ndu -list A series of
Verify ‘NAS’ Services are running: Login to the Control Station as ‘nasadmin’ and issue the cmd /nas/sbin/getreason from the CS console. The reason code output
In this post I will detail how to increase an XtremIO volume and extend the associated VMware VMFS volume. As can be seen form the
Please begin by downloading the attached PDF here. As you can see this is a fully compiled listing of all 256 possible FC WWPN’s available
If the situation ever arises where you have lost your XtremIO Management Server (XMS) – do not worry as you can quite easily recover the
——————————————————————- Reference:: EMC® VNXe® Unisphere® Command Line Interface User Guide: Collect -Config: Create a snapshot of the current system configuration and save it to a
——————————————————————- Reference: VNX® Command Line Interface Reference for Block: SPCollect : The naviseccli spcollect command selects a collection of system log files and places them
Part 1 Part 2 This is the third part in the series on configuring the VNXe via command line. Here I will detail the Steps
This post will cover the Masking and Zoning scripts for a VG when using Cisco MDS fabric switches. This post will not cover the creation
Change the Xtremio Cluster Name: xmcli (tech)> show-clusters-info Cluster-Name XTREMIO_1234 xmcli (tech)> rename cluster-id=”XTREMIO_1234″ new-name=”XTREMIO_4321″ Object XTREMIO_1234  renamed to XTREMIO_4321 xmcli (tech)> show-clusters-info Cluster-Name
Setting DNS xmcli (tech)> modify-dns-servers primary=”10.10.10.1″ secondary=”10.10.10.1″ xmcli (tech)> show-dns-servers Setting NTP Set date & time: xmcli (tech)> modify-datetime datetime=”2014-11-07 11:00:48″ Set timezone: List all
For every Pool LUN regardless of whether the LUN is thick or thinly provisioned there are 3 owner types assigned to each LUN: ♦ Allocation
The ‘EMC NAS Plug-in’ is required in order to enable VAAI (vSphere APIs for Array Integration) operations on ‘NFS Datastores’ on an ESXi 5.x host.
In order to understand this Post fully, I would advise you read “EMC VMAX – 20/40K Back-End Connectivity” first. Having completed a VMAX ‘Health Check’
In order to expand a VMAX Thin Pool we must first create the additional Data Devices (TDATs) on the underlying physical Disk Group. This example
The below steps outline how to perform a clean shutdown of an XtremIO array and thus help prevent any case of data corruption or loss.