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Using PowerShell for EMC XtremIO

Introduction EMC have released XIOS version 4.1.10-33 and XMS version 4.2 recently and with this release they have added PowerShell support. Being a PowerShell guy this is a good thing for automation and maintaining EMC XtremIO. In this post we will cover downloading and installing PowerShell for XtremIO and a few of the available features. Installation Download the PowerShell Modules for XtremIO from... read more

How to Collect Clariion VNX SPCollects via Unisphere

Overview As a storage administrator there are times in which EMC support asks for SP Collects. As a new administrator this maybe a new request, no worries here are the steps to collect the information. Process To collect the SPCollects via the Unisphere GUI, follow these steps: Log in to the CLARiiON/VNX via Unisphere. On the Dashboard screen, select the CLARiiON/VNX system you wish to generate SPCollects... read more

Using EMC PowerPath with Oracle ASM

Introduction This post explains how to configure and use EMC PowerPath with Oracle ASM for clustered Oracle RAC servers running on RHEL 6.4 or higher servers. Oracle ASM ensures consistent naming of devices across RAC clusters, and also maintains permissions on devices across reboots, a feature that was important until UDEV rules were added to Linux with the 2.5 kernel. EMC PowerPath is an advanced... read more

How To Install Kdenlive 16.12 on Windows

Due to the Google Summer of Code slot last summer, work on a Windows port of Kdenlive was done. The much expected first version of Kdenlive for Windows is available. This is a first testing version, zipped in a folder that does not require an install. I am always excited when tools I use on Linux are available on Windows, makes it easier to decide on cross platform tools to use. Installation is very easy... read more

How To Read an IOMEGA ZIP 100 Drive on Ubuntu Linux 12.04

As with most things computer there are times when old media formats appear and a need to retrieve the data. One such occurrence happened recently when several ZIP  disks arrived. The IOMEGA ZIP  drives were parallel port connected SCSI drives that were popular back in the late 90’s early 2000’s. They were great for backups and had more capacity that floppy disks. They are before USB attached... read more

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