This document contains the list of Top Services Topics for Dell EMC Unity, identified by EMC Support as the most trending topics for the month of May 2019:
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Unity systems running 4.5.x utilizing asynchronous block replication may experience stale data on the destination after auto/manual resync while session state reports in sync.
Replication health status may intermittently logged on either replication target site and or replication source site with the following informational messages than it self-recovered within minutes without any intervention.
When upgrading from Unity OE 4.4.x.x or lower to Unity OE 4.5.x.x, the Summary page of the System Upgrade Wizard may only show the first 4 fields of the OE software version.
The user may see the array's own FC port WWNs under host initiators tab in Unisphere after the upgrade of the Unity to 4.4.1.
Dell EMC Unity Family: Host Initiator Warnings showing under "System Health Issues" on Unisphere (User Correctable)
The URL (hostname) of the CTA server contains an invalid character, such as an underscore.
After upgrading to Unity OE version 4.5, customer email alerts fail to send via the SMTP service
Dell EMC Unity: Snapshots stuck in "Destroying" state (User Correctable)
This is functioning as designed. The number of drives limitation per Unity system counts in the number of drive slots. So if the number of drive slots available and attached to the Unity array exceeds the limitation, this alert will happen preventing further DAE additions.
The maximum number of initiators have already been created on this array
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