XtremIO: Top Services Topics

This document contains the list of Top Services Topics for XtremIO, identified by EMC Support as the most trending topics for the month of November 2018:


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XtremIO: Cluster(s) Disconnected from ESRS VE Gateway (XTR3000202, XTR3000203) - (“User Correctable”)

Some or all clusters managed by this XMS appear to be disconnected from the ESRS-VE gateway.    


XtremIO: Volume may unexpectedly unmap from all Initiators when unmapping an Initiator Group[1]

If a volume was previously unmapped from all Initiator Groups (IGs) and subsequently re-mapped, an additional unmap operation for the volume from one or more IGs may result in the volume being unmapped from all associated IGs.   

 

XtremIO: How to reboot XMS

XtremIO: How to reboot XMS

 

XtremIO: Disable TLS 1.0, 1.1 and SSL Weak Ciphers and Protocols

The default setting of the XMS allows TLS 1.0, 1.1 and SSL weak Ciphers. This is often detected as a security vulnerability in a security assessment.

 

XtremIO: Service disruption to VMware ESX connected hosts during a software upgrade(NDU) of a cluster with Connectivity mode set to PDL

A host service disruption issue was recently seen during a software upgrade(NDU) of an XtremIO cluster with Connectivity mode set to PDL with VMware ESX connected hosts.

   

XtremIO: How to resolve "The cluster VAAI thin provisioning soft limit of 0 percent has been exceeded. The threshold is 0 percent" alert by setting VAAI TP limit

This alert is to notify XtremIO when a LUN is running out of space due to thin provisioning over-commit

 

XtremIO: System Event 5000200 sent to email server

Customer reports to be receiving multiple 5000200 snmp alerts for objects not found events on their email server


XtremIO: Moving a managed cluster to a new XMS without losing cluster-related XMS objects

This KB article may be used when an XMS no longer has the capacity to add additional objects (e.g. volumes, initiators, initiator groups, consistency groups, ...etc.) because of inherent limitations.  

 

XtremIO: Ambient Operating Temperature Explained

The operating temperature for an XtremIO X1 cluster is specified as 10oC/50oF to 35oC/95oF. The non-operating temperature for an XtremIO X1 cluster is specified as -20oC/-4oF to 50oC/122oF.  

 


XtremIO: RecoverPoint reports "maximum number of snaps has exceeded the number of snaps supported by the XtremIO array"[1]

The RecoverPoint application states "maximum number of snaps has exceeded the number of snaps supported by the XtremIO array". 

 

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