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comment How to replace NVRAM battery in BlueArc storage?
@TomO'Connor Those are very good tips. I haven't thought about doing a search from a service engineers point of view. Very clever! Thanks a lot for the doc and search tips!
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comment How to replace NVRAM battery in BlueArc storage?
@TomO'Connor Can I ask how you found this document, as it is exactly what I was looking for, and the word BlueArc is not even mentioned anywhere.
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comment How to replace NVRAM battery in BlueArc storage?
@MichaelHampton Yes, it is officially phased out from production, but it just a shame to throw it out I think, as it have always "just worked". So I will use it for temp space, where the data can be regenerated if it breaks, so no harm done.
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comment How to replace NVRAM battery in BlueArc storage?
I moved all critical data from the host before the support ran out. It was a nice box, but way too expensive for our needs. The Mercury model have EOL this year, so the support is even higher now. I would like to change the battery myself, because it is "so easy" (just write the correct CLI command) after battery change.
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comment How to replace NVRAM battery in BlueArc storage?
I understand your concerns, but it not explained in the documentation. Please see my updated post.
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comment “Long service output” in Nagios gets chomped for some reason
Feb 1 13:00:50 nas nrpe[3185]: [ID 261363 daemon.error] Error: Request packet had invalid CRC32. Feb 1 13:00:50 nas nrpe[3185]: [ID 900267 daemon.error] Client request was invalid, bailing out...
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comment “Long service output” in Nagios gets chomped for some reason
If I do that then I get CHECK_NRPE: Received 0 bytes from daemon. Check the remote server logs for error messages.
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