EMC VNXE 3300 PDF

The Single refers to having one controller while the dual has two. One thing to note is that by block they mean iSCSI. These systems are not capable of using Fibre Channel. One big difference is that while the VNX still uses vault drives to contain the operating system, five drives that are basically unusable for anything else, the VNXe has no such thing. It contains a flash drive inside that come loaded with the OS leaving all the drives to be completely usable.

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While it is a very simple process I thought I would share what I look for to make sure that things are working properly. Step 1: Rack and Cable After unboxing the new shelf we first need to get it into its new home, be it a rack or where ever. Next we need to cable the shelf, this part involves 4 cables: 2 power cables and 2 SAS cables. A fully populated DAE should draw no more than watts under a heavy load, but make sure that where ever you are plugging in the power there is ample room.

The next part of cabling the system is to plug the SAS cables in. One end will attach to the new shelf and the other end will attached to the DPE head unit or the shelf below it, depending on if this is the first expansion shelf or not.

The VNXe shelves are easy to tell because they are on the left and right, but the VNXe shelves are more like the VNX shelves so pay attention when you connect things. Once it sees the shelf properly you can move on to the next step. Inside of System Health you will see a list of hardware on the left side. To be more thorough you can click the drop down arrow to the left of DAE and it will list out all the disks that it can see in it. Verify that it sees the correct number of disk drives. Step 3: Putting the new drives to work The final step that we need to do is put our drives to work, and to do that we have top options.

Add the drives to an existing drive pool Create a new drive pool Which one you select will depend on what you are trying to accomplish. If you are going to add them to a pool select the existing pool and click details. If you are going to create a new pool, simply follow the same steps you did when creating your old pools.

That about does it, like I said it is a very easy process and should take you no more than a few hours to complete. Share this:.

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Please click here for all contents shared by us. Introduction VNXe is a simple, yet powerful hybrid-storage system that delivers enterprise-class reliability and data availability. It provides a solution that is easy to install, manage, service, and support. This article will introduce VNXe initial configuration.

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While it is a very simple process I thought I would share what I look for to make sure that things are working properly. Step 1: Rack and Cable After unboxing the new shelf we first need to get it into its new home, be it a rack or where ever. Next we need to cable the shelf, this part involves 4 cables: 2 power cables and 2 SAS cables. A fully populated DAE should draw no more than watts under a heavy load, but make sure that where ever you are plugging in the power there is ample room. The next part of cabling the system is to plug the SAS cables in.

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