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David Livingston

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Posted By David Livingston Dec 1, 2021 1:15 PM
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Thank you, William. As it turns out, the Server 2016 box just seems to have needed another reboot, beyond the one it said it needed, to sort things out.  After that, HITACHI OPEN-V showed up as an available device type to add.  Having done that and rebooted yet again, our F600 device with four paths ...
Posted By David Livingston Dec 1, 2021 12:04 PM
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Also, does Hitachi supply a DSM for Windows MPIO without HDLM? ------------------------------ David Livingston Sys Admin UNIX/Linux/VMware/Storage Instant Brands ------------------------------
Posted By David Livingston Dec 1, 2021 11:39 AM
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Can anyone tell me the exact SCSI vendor/product string I need to give Windows MPIO for VSP F600 storage?  And if this is somewhere in the docs, please let me know where, because neither I nor Google can find it. TIA, David ------------------------------ David Livingston Sys Admin UNIX/Linux/VMware/Storage ...
Posted By David Livingston Nov 5, 2021 5:34 PM
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Hi community, Just posting a pic of my Hitachi Vantara twitter follow, for that scrumptious Socialite badge. ------------------------------ David Livingston [Designation] IT Support Manager Corelle Brands Holdings Inc. ------------------------------
Posted By David Livingston Nov 5, 2021 5:32 PM
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Hi everyone, I'm David Livingston at Instant Brands.  I'm our UNIX (Solaris), Linux (Red Hat), and VMware administrator, and also administer storage for all those and Windows.  Storage mainly means a VSP F600 on an FC SAN, and we also have a small Netapp unit for NFS and CIFS shares.  I've been in this ...
Posted By David Livingston Mar 12, 2019 5:15 PM
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Shushant pointed to the answer without quite saying it. One upgrades the virtual appliances just like any other Linux host.  So the install ISO needs to be connected to the VM as a virtual device, Linux needs to mount it, and the upgrade is done as on any Linux OS.
Posted By David Livingston Mar 11, 2019 9:33 PM
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The HIAA Installation and Config Guide for 4.2 has exactly this much to say about it: This upgrade cannot be performed by deploying the OVA file for virtual appliances. Perform the upgrade by using the installer even if a new installation was performed by deploying the OVA file for virtual appliances. ...