New Features and Changes in Ver. 4.0.2-65 This section describes the following new features and changes that are introduced in this software version. They include: Hardware Enhancements Non-Disruptive Online Cluster Expansion New Volume Access Levels GUI and Usability Enhancements Disable Encryption and Non-Encrypted Models Hardware Enhancements New cluster configuration Customers can deploy up to 6 and … Continue reading New Features and Changes in XtremIO Ver. 4.0.2-65
EMC has recently released XtremIO 4.0 and with that comes an interface change under the configuration tab. This blog will show you the new look interface and how to create Volumes, Initiator Groups, and how to map them together. Configuration Tab As you can see the Configuration Layout has changed. This new look provides more … Continue reading Creating Volumes, Initiator Groups and Mapping them in XtremIO 4.0
XtremIO 4.0 has been released as of 6/30 and I wanted to share the New Features and Changes that are stated in the release notes. I will be doing several blogs on XtremIO including the new interface and RecoverPoint Integration!! New Features and Changes in Ver. 4.0.0-64 This section describes the following new features and … Continue reading XtremIO 4.0 New Features and Changes!!
XtremIO 3.0.3-11 was just released and below is a list of the fixes. These can be found in the release notes for 3.0.3-11. General Fixed Issues SSD status check has a wrong timeout and may, in some rare cases of SSD failure, cause an unexpected service stop. XIO-11168 In some rare cases, resetting a new … Continue reading XtremIO 3.0.3-11 Release
XtremIO 3.0.2-14 was just released and below is a list of the fixes. These can be found in the release notes for 3.0.2-14. General Fixed Issues In some rare scenarios network issues cause unexpected cluster shutdown. XIO-10189 XIO-9606 XIO-9524 In some cases Fiber Channel Ports fail to start after a cluster restart. XIO-10062 XIO-9938 In … Continue reading XtremIO 3.0.2-14 Release
The past 2 weeks I have been able to get my hands on XtremIO. Overall I am very impressed to say the least. I am going to do a series of posts to show you guys how a Storage Array with so much power can be so simple. I am going to start with how … Continue reading Creating Volumes, Initiator Groups and Mapping them in XtremIO