This document contains the list of Top Services Topics for VPLEX, identified by EMC Support as the most trending topics for the month of November 2019:
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Hosts are experiencing severe write latency which could cause a performance DU
After creating a distributed device the extent and distributed device component of the attached device went to 'critical-failure' state
For the VPLEX webserver the user can choose between Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions TLSv1.0, TLSv1.1 and TLSv1.2 over SSLv3
Executing RecoverPoint related commands like "rp summary" and "rp validate-configuration" causes the CLI to become stuck until the connection is lost either by timing out or by restarting the management console
Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) is a layer-2 standard protocol which defines messages encapsulated in Ethernet frames to allow devices to announce basic device information to other (neighboring) devices in the LAN
On VS6 systems, call-homes "0x8a4861d7" and "0x8a4861d6" will be called home daily, where the BBU or power supply will be reported with “the state of the specified FRU is faulted”
In a VPLEX Metro Cluster, Distributed Devices may provide benefits in increased availability and performance, as both Data Centers in the cluster can share production workloads.
After an end-user upgrades their RecoverPoint cluster to 5.1.3 and later, communication errors may be seen on the VPLEX side. These errors may appear as the following in the ndu pre-check output:
After successfully expanding virtual-volumes from VPLEX, ESX hosts cannot see the expanded size.
The sms/1 events generated during VPLEX CD log generation in VS6 systems are false positives.
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