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December 18, 2013


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There needs to be a better EMC effort in marketing the VDM (-move) feature , to (finally) say we can do cluster like shifting of resources between active blades. this off course requires at least 2 active blades, and also possibly raises the consideration of dropping the standby passive blade and making it active.
The only downside to that is HW redundancy lost.


Unisphere on gen-1 VNX systems does not allow configuration of NFS shares when using a VDM. We have a lot of Linux hosts, so NFS is critical. For the one array that we have using a VDM, we have to use the CLI to manage NFS shares.

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