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Does this device really support RAID 10 or not??? You can get them through distribution like ingram micro, but i do not recall what the part number was. Please help me to solve this problem as soon as possible. Justin November 22, at 8: When not helping people learn about protecting their data from disasters, he is usually working on stuff in his home lab or spending time with his family.
Can you please advice on which interface I should go for?
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I am currently working with this devices. Well both the 2. Justin September 2, at 7: Would end users really notice the difference??
Justin May 25, at 8: Vnnxe uploaded it and it unlocked all sorts 3010 fun features, I managed to find a list of features and if they are included in the base license or if they are an upgrade. Also would you please comment about using SAS vs. Justin September 29, at 5: Hey Justin, we are looking at afor an archive storage in NFS, current dl is getin a bit over tired, these storage pools have me concerned, does this mean the size of a folder is limited?
Depending on the type of disk you have, and the type of pool you want, you are required to add drives to that pool in a certain order. After running what seemed like 10 start-up wizards it finally asked me if I wanted it to automatically provision a hot spare and a storage pool… I figured sure why not, after all it probably knows better then I do on how to set itself up right?
When I opened it up I noticed there were 3 drives that had not been used, I thought … well, how odd is that… why would it leave disks unused if I told it to auto-provision. Unless the data is cold ie not in use i would only use sas drives. I always like to hear what kinda load other people are putting on them.
Justin is a Technical Alliances Architect for Zerto. Mahesh May 19, at 3: Tom September 19, at 2: Let me just say that Unisphere is a much-needed improvement over the previous generation interface Navisphere Express for this price range. I still like the P if you dont need file protocols. Related Posts Finally, a geek travel router I love!
EMC VNXe 3100: My First Look
At first glance the VNXe looks much like the Clariion AX4, the only thing that is different physically is the front bezel and the interfaces on the controllers. Thanks Justin, that was very useful. Keep us posted on your experiences with it…. Shawn April 20, at 7: Justin May 19, at Monday, 31 December Mec are here: This is some pretty sweet stuff.
No, no raid 0 support. He also specializes in all things geek.
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Justin September 19, at 7: Before I get into that too much though let me give you some details on the hardware in the SAN I am using. Stefan November 21, at 7: Leave a Reply Cancel reply. When the initial management IP addresses vxe stuff were set up it asked to go out on the internet and register the SAN, and then it provided a link to a license file.
Justin April 21, at 8: While setting this thing up I found that it was super easy to get the license key installed. I believe there is a maximum number of drives per storage pool, but you would have to check with EMC to see what that limit is.
I was vnde towards the P G3 too!