New Dell EMC XtremIO Updates Deliver Enhanced Data Protection and Availability for Customers

Since Dell EMC XtremIO X2 was introduced at Dell Technologies World in May 2017, customers have hailed the platform’s efficient architecture, consistent availability and agile copy data management. Dell EMC XtremIO X2 6.3, the newest version of the XtremIO software, builds upon those key attributes and can help accelerate IT transformation and data center modernization. XtremIO X2 6.3 allows customers to employ advanced data protection models, protect their data from cyber and ransomware attacks and reduce cost through increased levels of consolidation. Among the new features included in Dell EMC XtremIO X2 6.3: Synchronous Replication: Application … READ MORE

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Meet the Women of the Dell EMC Partner Program: Shawn Trotter

This is one in our series, Meet the Women of the Dell EMC Partner Program, which provides insight into what drives the inspiring women of the Dell EMC channel. Missed the first posts? Get to know Joyce Mullen (President, Global Channel, OEM & IoT, Dell EMC), Cheryl Cook (Senior Vice President of Global Channel Marketing, Dell EMC), Julie Christiansen (Vice President, Global Channel Marketing, Dell EMC), Sheri Hedlund (Vice President, US Channel Sales, Dell EMC), Kim Lasseter (Senior Director, Global Partner Marketing Enablement & Tools, Dell EMC), Diane Brode (Director, Global Partner Marketing, Dell EMC) and Heather Wilcox (CSG Channel Field Marketing Director) now.now. … READ MORE

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Meet the Women of the Dell EMC Partner Program: Heather Wilcox

This post is part of our Meet the Women of the Dell EMC Partner Program series, which provides insight into what drives the inspiring women of the Dell EMC channel. Missed the first posts? Get to know Joyce Mullen (President, Global Channel, OEM & IoT, Dell EMC), Cheryl Cook (Senior Vice President of Global Channel Marketing, Dell EMC), Julie Christiansen (Vice President, Global Channel Marketing, Dell EMC), Sheri Hedlund (Vice President, US Channel Sales, Dell EMC), Kim Lasseter (Senior Director, Global Partner Marketing Enablement & Tools, Dell EMC) and Diane Brode (Director, Global Partner Marketing, Dell EMC) now. Meet Heather Wilcox – CSG … READ MORE

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Navigating “the deep” without Periling – Dell EMC OEM Onboard with Smart Martime Council

On behalf of Dell EMC OEM, I was delighted to participate in the inaugural meeting of the Smart Maritime Council earlier this month. As the maritime industry continues its digital transformation journey, advances in connectivity and digitization are taking seafarers into deep, uncharted waters with deep automation, deep analytics, deep learning, deep artificial intelligence and deep trust with the blockchain! New industry forum provides knowledge sharing platform The shipping industry is desperate for trusted navigators to chart a course for these technology enablers, all of which will deliver real transformational power. And so, when the industry’s … READ MORE

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This is the seventh post in our Meet the Women of the Dell EMC Partner Program series, which provides insight into what drives the inspiring women of the Dell EMC channel. Missed the first posts? Get to know Joyce Mullen (President, Global Channel, OEM & IoT, Dell EMC), Cheryl Cook (Senior Vice President of Global Channel Marketing, Dell EMC), Julie Christiansen (Vice President, Global Channel Marketing, Dell EMC), Sheri Hedlund (Vice President, US Channel Sales, Dell EMC) and Kim Lasseter (Senior Director, Global Partner Marketing Enablement & Tools, Dell EMC) now. Meet Diane Brode – Director, … READ MORE

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#HIMSS19: Making Digital Transformation Real with Healthcare Solutions that Take You to the Next Level

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Next week, the Dell EMC Healthcare-Life Sciences team will join over 40,000+ health IT professionals, clinicians and executives from around the world at the HIMSS19 Annual Conference & Exhibition, the largest health IT event in the industry. This year’s conference theme is “Champions of Health Unite,” and Dell EMC is helping our customers and partners rise to the challenge of tackling complex issues like next-generation infrastructure, multi-cloud, IoT, high performance computing / artificial intelligence for clinical genomics and pathology, virtual / augmented reality, and cybersecurity. We will also highlight how our technology solutions can, and are, … READ MORE



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Dell EMC Client Heroes FY19 Program Ends with a Desert Sunset!

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The Dell EMC Client Heroes Program continued in Q4 with our final FY19 events taking place in Bogota, Colombia and Dubai, UAE respectively.  These attractive destinations were selected on the basis of their ease of access for many partners across these regions, and the concentration of expert presenters and facilities available there. Leveraging the same format as typical Heroes Exchange events, our goal is to bring up-to-date and relevant information about Dell EMC products, solutions and services directly to our Hero partner community. Local Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) support with interactive and engaging sessions, a style … READ MORE



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Dell EMC Unity: SP rolling reboot due to eVE failure (EMC Correctable)

Article Number: 503058 Article Version: 3 Article Type: Break Fix



Unity Family

SP rolling reboot with eVE errors in /EMC/C4Core/log/start_c4.log (/mnt/ssdroot/EMC/C4Core/log/start_c4.log if SP is in service mode):

Mon Aug 7 21:51:41 UTC 2017 CF: iwd: fully started in 0 seconds

Mon Aug 7 21:54:05 UTC 2017 CF: HA: eVE: Error: job cf.eVE stopped

Mon Aug 7 21:54:05 UTC 2017 CF: HA: eVE: stopping

Mon Aug 7 21:54:06 UTC 2017 CF: HA: eVE: Error: failed to stop eVE

Mon Aug 7 21:54:11 UTC 2017 c4_shutdown.sh: called with “-f”

According to /EMC/CEM/log/eVE/eVE_startup.log on SP, docker is not running.

Mon Aug 7 21:49:05 2017 /EMC/Platform/bin/eVE.pl: Cannot proceed. Docker service is not running

Mon Aug 7 21:49:05 2017 /EMC/Platform/bin/eVE.pl: Cannot proceed. Docker service is not running

Mon Aug 7 21:49:06 2017 /EMC/Platform/bin/eVE.pl: Cannot proceed. Docker service is not running

According to /var/log/messages, docker service failed because it could not load device file “ls”.

2017-08-07T21:41:09+00:00 self docker[18109]: time=”2017-08-07T21:41:09.996387324Z” level=error msg=”[graphdriver] prior storage driver “devicemapper” failed: devmapper: Failed to load device files:Error looking up device ls:Unknown device ls”

2017-08-07T21:41:09+00:00 self docker[18109]: time=”2017-08-07T21:41:09.996422502Z” level=fatal msg=”Error starting daemon: error initializing graphdriver: devmapper: Failed to load device files:Error looking up device ls:Unknown device ls”

2017-08-07T21:41:10+00:00 self systemd[1]: docker.service: main process exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE

Someone created a file “ls” in /var/lib/docker/devicemapper/metadata by mistake.

1. Remove the problematic file in /var/lib/docker/devicemapper/metadata.

rm -f /var/lib/docker/devicemapper/metadata/ls

2. Clear the boot rescue counter.

svc_rescue_state -c

3. Reboot the SP.

svc_shutdown -r

Note: SP re-image can also resolve this problem.

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Re: Is smtpmail distributed as standard with Networker? (specifically 7.6.2.1)

Bit of an odd scenario, so apologies in advance!

I’m investigating one of our servers which has a few scheduled tasks running on it, attempting to make use of a ‘smtpmail.exe’. The only reference to any smtpmail executable I could find with the same argument syntax, is the one in EMC networker (as seen in this thread), and there just happens to be an installation of EMC networker on this particular server, with the ‘Legato/nsr/bin’ directory in the PATH. Which seems a pretty good indicator that the intention was for these tasks to be using smtpmail from networker.

However, there is no smtpmail executable in the bin directory, and never having heard of EMC networker until today, I don’t know if it’s something that is actually part of EMC networker and has somehow been removed from this particular installation, or it’s something non-standard and the above thread is just a bit of a red-herring.

Thanks in advance for any insights!

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HTTPD proxy to scaleio-gw, appears authentication [not sclaio-gw logon authentication]

The current topology

client ip :10.142.4.1

httpd ip: 10.142.4.249 hostname:httpd-1

scale-gw ip :10.142.4.133 scale-gw1

client —> frontend [ apache httpd & mod_jk & mod_ssl ] —> backend [ EMC-ScaleIO-gateway ]

the EMC-ScaleIO-gateway Version is EMC-ScaleIO-gateway-2.0-13000.211.x86_64

when Client access to httpd appears below:

but , i don‘t know username & password

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scaleio gw configure :

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