5 Gift Ideas for the Technologist in Your Life

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Skip the guides for dog-lovers and coffee-drinkers. This Valentine’s Day we are celebrating the sometimes hard-to-shop-for technologist. Here are a few gift ideas from the Spanning Backup team.

Solo Keys
Matthew McDermott, Principal Technical Marketing Engineer

My current favorite gift that says “I Care” and “Your Security Matters” to my loved ones is a new FIDO2 Security Key from Solo Keys (https://shop.solokeys.com/). The device is a hardware key that can plug into Windows or Mac machines as well as certain mobile devices and can help secure Facebook, Twitter, GitHub, and soon Windows itself. This key will help protect your loved ones from getting their accounts taken over even if they fall victim to a phishing scheme.

The way two-factor authentication works is a login from a “new device” will prompt the person to insert their Solo Key before gaining access. This is a gift from the heart that will help prevent the heartbreak of losing control of a social media account on the most popular social media day of the year!

Go Overboard on Logo Cuteness
Heather Malec, Corporate Communications Director

Many developers already love and use Docker. And seriously, who can resist that adorable whale? We all know how much [water] developers drink, so a Docker-themed water bottle would come in handy. Or they can cover their laptop with cuteness combined with tech-savviness.  You can buy all these Docker items in their CafePress store.

Also scoring high on the cuteness factor is the GitHub Octocat. Chances are your Valentine techie may have one of these whiskery-cuties on her/his laptop already, but there are plenty of new sticker packs out there sure to make the rest of the team jealous.

Gift ideas for technologists and adminsRaspberry Pi for Dessert
Brian Rutledge, Principal Security Manager

Give your Valentine something to build with a Raspberry Pi. When finished, he or she can set up a VPN for safer Internet surfing. And when was the last time a developer actually had the chance to build something by hand?

Cool apps!
Lori Witzel, Senior Product Marketing Manager and Salesforce MVP

We all know Salesforce admins love the AppExchange for work – but what about apps just for fun? I see more than a few Salesforce admins and developers using What The Forecast?!! and Instagram or Snapchat selfie effects. For the gamers in your admin circles, you might try the puzzle game 2048 (Android and iOS).

Since a lot of my friends in the #SalesforceOhana like to geek out over astronomy and space science, you might want to take a look at NASA’s assortment of apps. For those who are all about the outdoors, check out Audubon’s wonderful birding app and the AllTrails app.

Refactoring: Second Edition by Martin Fowler
Morag Keirns, VP of Marketing

This definitive read for those technologists who are passionate about continuously improving the design and maintainability of code (and isn’t that all of us) got a refresh last year and belongs on your Valentine’s bookshelf … or at least prominently displayed in their workspace. This updated version brings a fresh perspective to reflect the changes in the programming landscape over the last 20 years. It explains the principles of refactoring and how to spot code that needs refactoring.

Here’s a free chapter to get a taste. Or you can order a digital copy from InformIt so it never gets stale.

Happy Valentine’s Day from Spanning! 

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Re: When can a SnapVX establish -both_sides option be used on an SRDF/A device group?

When can a SnapVX establish -both_sides command be used on an SRDF/A device group?

When attempting said establish command, we get a invalid RDF state error, see below in red:

When querying the device group, it shows the RDF state as being consistent, see below in red:

symsnapvx -g “SDG02Srdf_Drclive” -name “VXW_BACPRE-Archive-Pre” -noprompt establish -both_sides

Establish operation execution is in progress for the device group SDG02Srdf_Drclive. Please wait…

The device is not in a valid RDF state for this operation

symrdf -g “SDG02Srdf_Drclive” query

Device Group (DG) Name : SDG02Srdf_Drclive

DG’s Type : RDF1

DG’s Symmetrix ID : 000197700110 (Microcode Version: 5977)

Remote Symmetrix ID : 000197700111 (Microcode Version: 5977)

RDF (RA) Group Number : 242 (F1)

Source (R1) View Target (R2) View MODE

——————————— ———————— —- ————

ST LI ST

Standard A N A

Logical Sym T R1 Inv R2 Inv K Sym T R1 Inv R2 Inv RDF Pair

Device Dev E Tracks Tracks S Dev E Tracks Tracks MACE STATE

——————————— — ———————— —- ————

DEV001 007A8 RW 0 0 RW 005C8 WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

DEV002 007A9 RW 0 0 RW 005C9 WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

DEV003 007AA RW 0 0 RW 005CA WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

DEV004 007AB RW 0 0 RW 005CB WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

DEV005 007AC RW 0 0 RW 005CC WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

DEV006 007F3 RW 0 0 RW 00613 WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

Total ——- ——- ——- ——-

Track(s) 0 0 0 0

MB(s) 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Legend for MODE:

(M)ode of Operation : A = Async, S = Sync, E = Semi-sync, C = Adaptive Copy

: M = Mixed, T = Active

(A)daptive Copy : D = Disk Mode, W = WP Mode, . = ACp off

(C)onsistency State : X = Enabled, . = Disabled, M = Mixed, – = N/A

Consistency (E)xempt: X = Enabled, . = Disabled, M = Mixed, – = N/A

symdg show “SDG02Srdf_Drclive”

Group Name: SDG02Srdf_Drclive

Group Type : RDF1 (RDFA)

Device Group in GNS : No

Valid : Yes

Symmetrix ID : 000197700110

Group Creation Time : Tue Apr 3 14:32:58 2018

Vendor ID : EMC Corp

Application ID : SYMCLI

Number of STD Devices in Group : 6

Number of Locally-associated BCV’s : 0

Number of Locally-associated VDEV’s : 0

Number of Locally-associated TGT’s : 0

Number of Remotely-associated VDEV’s(STD RDF): 0

Number of Remotely-associated BCV’s (STD RDF): 0

Number of Remotely-associated TGT’s(TGT RDF) : 0

Number of Remotely-associated BCV’s (BCV RDF): 0

Number of Remotely-assoc’d RBCV’s (RBCV RDF) : 0

Number of Remotely-assoc’d BCV’s (Hop-2 BCV) : 0

Number of Remotely-assoc’d VDEV’s(Hop-2 VDEV): 0

Number of Remotely-assoc’d TGT’s (Hop-2 TGT) : 0

Number of Composite Groups : 0

Composite Group Names : N/A

Standard (STD) Devices (6):

{

———————————————————————————–

Sym Device Cap

LdevName PdevName Dev Config Att. Sts (MB)

———————————————————————————–

DEV001 /dev/sdgy 007A8 RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

DEV002 /dev/sdgz 007A9 RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

DEV003 /dev/sdha 007AA RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

DEV004 /dev/sdhb 007AB RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

DEV005 /dev/sdhc 007AC RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

DEV006 /dev/sdjv 007F3 RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

}

Device Group RDF Information

{

RDF Type : R1

RDF (RA) Group Number : 242 (F1)

Remote Symmetrix ID : 000197700111

Number of Storage Groups : 0

Storage Group Names : N/A

R2 Device Is Larger Than The R1 Device : False

Paired with a Diskless Device : False

Paired with a Concurrent Device : False

Paired with a Cascaded Device : False

Thick Thin Relationship : False

RDF Pair Configuration : Normal

RDF STAR Mode : False

RDF SQAR Mode : False

RDF Mode : Asynchronous

RDF Adaptive Copy : Disabled

RDF Adaptive Copy Write Pending State : N/A

RDF Adaptive Copy Skew (Tracks) : 16383

RDF Device Domino : Disabled

RDF Link Configuration : Fibre

RDF Link Domino : Disabled

Prevent Automatic RDF Link Recovery : Enabled

Prevent RAs Online Upon Power ON : Enabled

Device RDF Status : Ready (RW)

Device RA Status : Ready (RW)

Device Link Status : Ready (RW)

Time of Last Device Link Status Change : N/A

Device Suspend State : N/A

Device Consistency State : Enabled

Device Consistency Exempt State : Disabled

RDF R2 Not Ready If Invalid : Disabled

Write Pacing Information

{

Pacing Capable : Yes

Configured Group-level Exempt State: Disabled

Effective Group-level Exempt State : Disabled

Group-level Pacing State : Disabled

Device-level Pacing State : N/A

}

Device RDF State : Ready (RW)

Remote Device RDF State : Write Disabled (WD)

RDF Pair State ( R1 <===> R2 ) : Consistent

Number of R1 Invalid Tracks : 0

Number of R2 Invalid Tracks : 0

RDFA Information:

{

Session Number : 241

Cycle Number : 11582

Number of Devices in the Session : 6

Session Status : Active

Consistency Exempt Devices : No

Session Consistency State : Enabled

Minimum Cycle Time : 00:00:15

Average Cycle Time : 00:00:15

Average Transmit Cycle Time : 00:00:15

Transmit Queue Depth on R1 Side : 1

Tracks not Committed to the R2 Side: 0

Time that R2 is behind R1 : 00:00:16

R2 Image Capture Time : Thu May 3 17:43:46 2018

R2 Data is Consistent : True

R1 Side Percent Cache In Use : 0

R2 Side Percent Cache In Use : 0

Transmit Idle Time : 00:00:00

R1 Side DSE Used Tracks : 0

R2 Side DSE Used Tracks : 0

R1 Side Shared Tracks : 0

}

}

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When can a SnapVX establish -both_sides option be used on an SRDF/A device group?

When can a SnapVX establish -both_sides command be used on an SRDF/A device group?

When attempting said establish command, we get a invalid RDF state error, see below in red:

When querying the device group, it shows the RDF state as being consistent, see below in red:

symsnapvx -g “SDG02Srdf_Drclive” -name “VXW_BACPRE-Archive-Pre” -noprompt establish -both_sides

Establish operation execution is in progress for the device group SDG02Srdf_Drclive. Please wait…

The device is not in a valid RDF state for this operation

symrdf -g “SDG02Srdf_Drclive” query

Device Group (DG) Name : SDG02Srdf_Drclive

DG’s Type : RDF1

DG’s Symmetrix ID : 000197700110 (Microcode Version: 5977)

Remote Symmetrix ID : 000197700111 (Microcode Version: 5977)

RDF (RA) Group Number : 242 (F1)

Source (R1) View Target (R2) View MODE

——————————— ———————— —- ————

ST LI ST

Standard A N A

Logical Sym T R1 Inv R2 Inv K Sym T R1 Inv R2 Inv RDF Pair

Device Dev E Tracks Tracks S Dev E Tracks Tracks MACE STATE

——————————— — ———————— —- ————

DEV001 007A8 RW 0 0 RW 005C8 WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

DEV002 007A9 RW 0 0 RW 005C9 WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

DEV003 007AA RW 0 0 RW 005CA WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

DEV004 007AB RW 0 0 RW 005CB WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

DEV005 007AC RW 0 0 RW 005CC WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

DEV006 007F3 RW 0 0 RW 00613 WD 0 0 A.X. Consistent

Total ——- ——- ——- ——-

Track(s) 0 0 0 0

MB(s) 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Legend for MODE:

(M)ode of Operation : A = Async, S = Sync, E = Semi-sync, C = Adaptive Copy

: M = Mixed, T = Active

(A)daptive Copy : D = Disk Mode, W = WP Mode, . = ACp off

(C)onsistency State : X = Enabled, . = Disabled, M = Mixed, – = N/A

Consistency (E)xempt: X = Enabled, . = Disabled, M = Mixed, – = N/A

symdg show “SDG02Srdf_Drclive”

Group Name: SDG02Srdf_Drclive

Group Type : RDF1 (RDFA)

Device Group in GNS : No

Valid : Yes

Symmetrix ID : 000197700110

Group Creation Time : Tue Apr 3 14:32:58 2018

Vendor ID : EMC Corp

Application ID : SYMCLI

Number of STD Devices in Group : 6

Number of Locally-associated BCV’s : 0

Number of Locally-associated VDEV’s : 0

Number of Locally-associated TGT’s : 0

Number of Remotely-associated VDEV’s(STD RDF): 0

Number of Remotely-associated BCV’s (STD RDF): 0

Number of Remotely-associated TGT’s(TGT RDF) : 0

Number of Remotely-associated BCV’s (BCV RDF): 0

Number of Remotely-assoc’d RBCV’s (RBCV RDF) : 0

Number of Remotely-assoc’d BCV’s (Hop-2 BCV) : 0

Number of Remotely-assoc’d VDEV’s(Hop-2 VDEV): 0

Number of Remotely-assoc’d TGT’s (Hop-2 TGT) : 0

Number of Composite Groups : 0

Composite Group Names : N/A

Standard (STD) Devices (6):

{

———————————————————————————–

Sym Device Cap

LdevName PdevName Dev Config Att. Sts (MB)

———————————————————————————–

DEV001 /dev/sdgy 007A8 RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

DEV002 /dev/sdgz 007A9 RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

DEV003 /dev/sdha 007AA RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

DEV004 /dev/sdhb 007AB RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

DEV005 /dev/sdhc 007AC RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

DEV006 /dev/sdjv 007F3 RDF1+TDEV RW 9218

}

Device Group RDF Information

{

RDF Type : R1

RDF (RA) Group Number : 242 (F1)

Remote Symmetrix ID : 000197700111

Number of Storage Groups : 0

Storage Group Names : N/A

R2 Device Is Larger Than The R1 Device : False

Paired with a Diskless Device : False

Paired with a Concurrent Device : False

Paired with a Cascaded Device : False

Thick Thin Relationship : False

RDF Pair Configuration : Normal

RDF STAR Mode : False

RDF SQAR Mode : False

RDF Mode : Asynchronous

RDF Adaptive Copy : Disabled

RDF Adaptive Copy Write Pending State : N/A

RDF Adaptive Copy Skew (Tracks) : 16383

RDF Device Domino : Disabled

RDF Link Configuration : Fibre

RDF Link Domino : Disabled

Prevent Automatic RDF Link Recovery : Enabled

Prevent RAs Online Upon Power ON : Enabled

Device RDF Status : Ready (RW)

Device RA Status : Ready (RW)

Device Link Status : Ready (RW)

Time of Last Device Link Status Change : N/A

Device Suspend State : N/A

Device Consistency State : Enabled

Device Consistency Exempt State : Disabled

RDF R2 Not Ready If Invalid : Disabled

Write Pacing Information

{

Pacing Capable : Yes

Configured Group-level Exempt State: Disabled

Effective Group-level Exempt State : Disabled

Group-level Pacing State : Disabled

Device-level Pacing State : N/A

}

Device RDF State : Ready (RW)

Remote Device RDF State : Write Disabled (WD)

RDF Pair State ( R1 <===> R2 ) : Consistent

Number of R1 Invalid Tracks : 0

Number of R2 Invalid Tracks : 0

RDFA Information:

{

Session Number : 241

Cycle Number : 11582

Number of Devices in the Session : 6

Session Status : Active

Consistency Exempt Devices : No

Session Consistency State : Enabled

Minimum Cycle Time : 00:00:15

Average Cycle Time : 00:00:15

Average Transmit Cycle Time : 00:00:15

Transmit Queue Depth on R1 Side : 1

Tracks not Committed to the R2 Side: 0

Time that R2 is behind R1 : 00:00:16

R2 Image Capture Time : Thu May 3 17:43:46 2018

R2 Data is Consistent : True

R1 Side Percent Cache In Use : 0

R2 Side Percent Cache In Use : 0

Transmit Idle Time : 00:00:00

R1 Side DSE Used Tracks : 0

R2 Side DSE Used Tracks : 0

R1 Side Shared Tracks : 0

}

}

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Article Number: 501357 Article Version: 3 Article Type: How To



InfoArchive 4.3,InfoArchive 4.2,InfoArchive 4.1,InfoArchive 4.0

In order to add support for new version of xsd schema for an existing holding, so that the field is searched, follow steps:

1. Add new “120-pdi-schema.xml” object.

2. Add new “pdiConfig” for a “170-holding.xml”

3. Add new “190-aic.xml” and “220-query.xml”.

4. Modify “pdi.xml” with indexes definition, so that new ingested sips are processed in accordance to the new pdi.xml and indexes are created for this new SIP for new schema.

For example please see modified Invoices sample application, that shows how to support two schema within the single holding.

For assistance on custom Application Schema modification please engage Professional Services.

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Has anyone ever pulled off a successful install of Windows 10 1709 on a Dell XPS 13 9365? I can get all the way through “Installing Windows”, then I’m told there’s a problem with my unattend.xml file–although my deployments work just fine otherwise. Here’s the unattend.xml file I’m using…

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<unattend xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend">
    <settings pass="windowsPE">
        <component name="Microsoft-Windows-International-Core-WinPE" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
            <InputLocale>0409:00000409</InputLocale>
            <SystemLocale>en-US</SystemLocale>
            <UILanguage>en-US</UILanguage>
            <UserLocale>en-US</UserLocale>
        </component>
        <component name="Microsoft-Windows-Setup" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
            <ImageInstall>
                <OSImage>
                    <InstallTo>
                        <DiskID>0</DiskID>
                        <PartitionID>1</PartitionID>
                    </InstallTo>
                    <InstallFrom>
                        <MetaData wcm:action="add">
                            <Key>/image/index</Key>
                            <Value>3</Value>
                        </MetaData>
                    </InstallFrom>
                </OSImage>
            </ImageInstall>
            <UserData>
                <AcceptEula>true</AcceptEula>
            </UserData>
        </component>
    </settings>
    <settings pass="oobeSystem">
        <component name="Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
            <OOBE>
                <HideEULAPage>true</HideEULAPage>
                <NetworkLocation>Work</NetworkLocation>
                <ProtectYourPC>1</ProtectYourPC>
                <SkipMachineOOBE>true</SkipMachineOOBE>
                <SkipUserOOBE>true</SkipUserOOBE>
                <HideWirelessSetupInOOBE>true</HideWirelessSetupInOOBE>
                <HideLocalAccountScreen>true</HideLocalAccountScreen>
                <HideOEMRegistrationScreen>true</HideOEMRegistrationScreen>
                <HideOnlineAccountScreens>true</HideOnlineAccountScreens>
            </OOBE>
            <UserAccounts>
                <LocalAccounts>
                    <LocalAccount wcm:action="add">
                        <Password>
                            <Value>cABhAHMAcwB3AG8AcgBkAFAAYQBzAHMAdwBvAHIAZAA=</Value>
                            <PlainText>false</PlainText>
                        </Password>
                        <Name>Altiris</Name>
                        <Group>Administrators</Group>
                    </LocalAccount>
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            </UserAccounts>
            <TimeZone>Eastern Standard Time</TimeZone>
            <Display>
                <ColorDepth>32</ColorDepth>
                <HorizontalResolution>1</HorizontalResolution>
                <RefreshRate>60</RefreshRate>
                <VerticalResolution>1</VerticalResolution>
            </Display>
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        <component name="Microsoft-Windows-International-Core" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
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            <SystemLocale>en-US</SystemLocale>
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    <settings pass="specialize">
        <component name="Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="http://schemas.microsoft.com/WMIConfig/2002/State" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
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                <ColorDepth>32</ColorDepth>
                <HorizontalResolution>1</HorizontalResolution>
                <VerticalResolution>1</VerticalResolution>
                <RefreshRate>60</RefreshRate>
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