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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

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 Change FA Ports on an Existing VMAX PortGroup

Introduction You have a situation on your VMAX where the port utilization is up and you would like to move the FA ports assigned to a PortGroup moved to a lesser utilized set on you switch. In this post we will cover how to move to a new port group and fix the mapping of all attached devices on your EMC VMAX. We will cover unmapping ports and fixing zoning. Process First part of the puzzle to create new... read more

Using EMC PowerPath Migration Enabler for Storage Migrations on Windows

Introduction This post covers the use of PowerPath Migration Enabler to migrate files and programs from old to new disks without interruption on Windows servers. If you are migrating to new storage, this is a very handy thing to have. You must have PowerPath 5.7 SP2 or higher installed with the PowerPath Migration Enabler license key enabled on the host. Process The Process Before we start you will need... read more

How to List the TDEV Members of a META on VMAX

Introduction So you have created a META and have come to a point where you need to know what TDEV are a member. Either need it for reclaiming of space or any other option.In this post we will explore several commands to get the information you are looking for. Get META Members from a┬áMETA First list all the meta’s that are in use on the VMAX and look for the device you are interested in getting data... read more

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