This document contains the list of Top Services Topics for XtremIO, identified by EMC Support as the most trending topics for the month of July 2019:
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In some cases the Storage Controller may reboot unexpectedly. This may result in a service disruption if multiple Storage Controllers reboot at the same time.
In XtremIO XIOS version 6.2.0-81 or 6.2.0-85 a change was introduced to the way the cluster monitors the IBSWs which may cause the above false/positive alerts Please note the IBSW ISL does not really have an issue.
The CPU performance for an XtremIO Management Server (XMS) running 6.2.0-x code may display being exceptionally high.
Attempting to add a new remote protection session via any of the management interfaces (XMCLI, RestAPI, or WbUI) may fail with ‘Value of type STRING supplied where type INT was expected’ error message.
This is caused by a code issue that occurs when a large number of tags are present on the XMS, which prevent clicking objects during a mapping operation.
Mapping a volume to a RecoverPoint initiator group that was automatically created by a RecoverPoint cluster using admin credentials via the WebUI interface is not a supported operation.
After upgrading an XMS to 6.2.1 or above, the WebUI XMS GUI may be inaccessible. However, XMCLI is still accessible.
An active LDAP session will run into an issue with re-authenticating an LDAP user due to a software issue on the XMS side, leading to the session eventually dropping.
Remote Proactive Services will perform pre-upgrade health checks for the array and will make sure the array is healthy for an upgrade (20-40* minutes); this is usually done just before starting the upgrade.
XtremIO X2: Show Remote Protection IP links output is empty after XMS upgrade to version 6.2.1
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