HowTo guide for symcli commands
A searchable database of EMC SYMCLI command examples. Expand the main categories to view the examples below that. Built in search facility to find the commands easily.
Various SRDF operations and Commands explained using a simplified replication setup.
HowTo guide for Cisco MDS commands
Storage Allocation procedure for a VMax array using Autoprovisioning Groups.This is just a quick reference and only conatins commands to do the allocation.
Steps and commands to create,atcivate and terminate a clone session. These operations are done by using a device group.
Examples to show the procedural differences between Dynamic and Static SRDF pair creation.
We can use symdev command to bind and unbind thin devices. For this ,we should have Solution Enabler of version 7.6(+) and enginuity should be 5876(+).
Storage Allocation procedure for a VMax3 array using Autoprovisioning Groups.This is just a quick reference and only conatins commands to do the allocation.
Some useful CISCO MDS show commands
Virtual Provisioning mainly includes Thin Pools, DATA devices and TDEVS. Here you can find the simple steps and respective commands to setup up a Virtual Provisioning envirornment.
Compilation of the most essential EMC links
Steps to create and delete a BCV copy session using a Device Group. Also explains the procedure to create a device group and add devices in to it.
Best way to find all the mapped devices in a DMX/Vmax array , those are not masked to any host.
Steps to find out number of engines in a Vmax array through commandline.
4 basic steps and commands to implement FAST/FAST VP in a VMax array. This includes enabling the FAST controller,creating Tiers, setting FAST policies and associating Storage Groups to policies.
Procedure to delete a THIN Pool after removing the DATA devices associated with it.
Completely migrate Tier-1 TDEVs to a Tier-2 storage devices.
Reference Table for limits and restrictions of various figures in Auto Provisioning
Steps to find out the R2 pairs for a group of R1 SRDF devices.