This document contains the list of Top Services Topics for XtremIO, identified by EMC Support as the most trending topics for the month of October 2019:
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With XMS version 6.2.1-36 that is using the legacy ESRS-GW or Email Call Home Notifications configurations, the sending of a configuration file to CLM for the affected cluster is not working
XtremIO X2: Excessive instances of "Sym attempted to set prop target_snapshot_set_num_copies_status value for MGMT_EVENT_TYPE_PROT_SESSION_TARGET_NUM_PIT_IN_WINDOW to too_many_pits which has no event code" messages reported within the alert.log file
An XMS server's alert.log file contains excessive instances of the following message despite no relevant alerts being reported within the output of the show-alerts XMCLI command
A customer may see the below IBSW alerts randomly appear and disappear on XtremIO multiple X-Brick clusters with XIOS version 6.2.0-81 or 6.2.0-85
The CPU performance for an XtremIO Management Server (XMS) running 6.2.0-x code may display being exceptionally high
After upgrading an XMS to 6.2.1, Volume / LUN mapping no longer works in the GUI.
When attempting to list exiting remote protection IP links via the XMCLI or the WebUI, the list appears as empty
Attempting to add a new remote protection session via any of the management interfaces
When an upgrade to or above XMS 6.2.1 completes, there are post-upgrade processes run involving the XMS DB
Attempting to map a volume to a RecoverPoint initiator group that was automatically created by a RecoverPoint cluster using admin credentials
A banner containing the following error may appear at the bottom of the WebUI screen after being logged in for roughly an hour via an LDAP user account:
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