Dell EMC Unity: How to use service logs to view customer array information in HTML GUI Format

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To find information on the array via diagnostic files, do the following:

1. Download Diagnostic Files

2. Use Winzip or file extraction software of your choice to extract files to desired location

3. Highlight spa.service_dc.tgz and spb.service_dc.tgz and extract these logs to a location of your choice

4. Navigate to spa or spb folder—-> cmd_outputs —-> svc_data

5. There will be a zip file in svc_data (20990721_XXXXXX_APMXXXXXXXXXXX_EMC-UEM-Telemetry.tar.gz)

6. The files that are listed will all have the same naming convention. This will show as Year-Month-Day_XXXXX_APMXXXXXXXXXXX ex: (20160721_XXXXX_APM0012345678)

7. Extract the XXXXXXXXXXXXXX_EMC-UEM-Telemetry.tar.gz to a folder of your choice. There you will find a .html file i.e

( XXXXXXXXXXXXXX_EMC-UEM-Telemetry.html)

After opening the HTML file, you will be able to maneuver between tabs to view configurations, errors, alerts, etc

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