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You can't pull SNMP performance stats out of the HP P2000 G3 SAN. It's a limitation. There's a Windows host-based metrics tool available, but you're best off measuring from the consumers of the SAN data. I do believe SNMP traps can be sent for hardware alerts/failures. That configuration is straightforward from the MSA interface.


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This is because SANs like gateway and services are not fully qualified. In the case of services, it's actually a valid gTLD already. Others like gateway could potentially become valid at some point if ICANN decides to do so. Solution would be to fully qualify your domain names. E.g., instead of gateway, use gateway.myandy.com. Related: The tradition of ...


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To view the current mapped drives and their respective device id's run the following script: Get-WmiObject win32_volume | select name,deviceid | ft -AutoSize The output displays two columns, the first the drive letter, and the second is the device ID displaying the GUID. To find the drive letter for a specific GUID try this: Get-WmiObject win32_volume | ...


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Right - you've hijacked stdin in the ssh session and it's no longer connected to your terminal. Unless you add quit into the command stream it'll hang. Try this magic instead: #!/bin/bash host=blch1-sw3 session=$host.$$ CR="$(echo -e '\r')" screen -d -m -S $session screen -S $session -p 0 -X zombie kr screen -S $session -p 0 -X hardstatus alwayslastline ...


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You should really be talking with your IBM partner on cases like these, as they're the best ones to answer these kind of questions. That being said - the storwize v7000 is a dual-controller system. As long as you have dual paths (you mentioned DM multipathing) to each controller then a storage processor upgrade should reboot one controller at the time, ...



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