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purearray commands

The purearray command displays attributes and monitors I/O performance in Pure Flash Storage Array

Below list contains some of the most useful purearray commands.

  • purearray disable phonehome

    Disable phonehome or dialhome feature of array.
  • purearray enable phonehome

    Enable phonehome or dialhome feature of array.
  • purearray list

    Display the array name,serial number and firmware version
  • purearray list --connect

    Display remotely connected arrays for replication
  • purearray list --connect --throttle

    Display the replication throttle limit
  • purearray list --connection-key

    Display the connection key that can be used to connect to the array
  • purearray list --controller

    List all the controllers connected to the Array. This will also display the model and status of each controller
  • purearray list --ntpserver

    List the NTP servers configured
  • purearray list --phonehome

    Display the dial home configuration status of the Array
  • purearray list --space

    Display the capacity and usage statistics information of the Array.
  • purearray list --space --historical 30d

    Display the capacity and usage statistics information of the Array since last 30 days
  • purearray list --syslogserver

    List the syslog server names configured to push the logs in pure array
  • purearray monitor --interval 4 --repeat 5

    Display the array-wide IO performance of a Flash Array in every 4 seconds for 5 times.
  • purearray remoteassist --status

    check the Remote Assist is active or inactive
  • purearray rename MYARRAY001

    Set the name of the array to MYARRAY001
  • purearray setattr --ntpserver ''

    Remove all the NTP servers configured for pure array
  • purearray setattr --ntpserver time.google.com

    Set the NTP server
  • purearray setattr --syslogserver ''

    Remove all the syslog server servers configured for pure array
  • purearray setattr --syslogserver log.server.com

    set the syslog server for pure array

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