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Least Queue Depth - PowerVault MD3820f
Least Queue Depth The least queue depth policy is also known as the least I/Os or least requests policy. This policy routes the next I/O request to a data path that has the least outstanding I/O requests queued. For this policy, an I/O request is simply a com...

Least Path Weight - PowerVault MD3800f
Least Path Weight The least path weight policy assigns a weight factor to each data path to a virtual disk. An I/O request is routed to the path with the lowest weight value to the RAID controller module that owns the virtual disk. If more than one data path ...

Related Documentation - PowerVault MD3860f
Related Documentation NOTE: For all PowerVault documentation, go to dell.com/powervaultmanuals and enter the system Service Tag to get your system documentation. NOTE: For all Dell OpenManage documents, go to dell.com/openmanagemanuals. NOTE: For all storage ...

Installing Supported Fibre Channel HBAs - PowerVault MD3860f
Installing Supported Fibre Channel HBAs The storage array supports a specific set of Fibre Channel HBAs, each requiring a unique driver and firmware level. See the Dell PowerVault MD Series Support Matrix at dell.com/powervaultmanuals for a list of supported ...

Cabling The Storage Array - PowerVault MD3860f
Cabling The Storage Array Cabling the storage array depends on a number of factors such as: Required level of redundancy or throughput Number of host servers connected to the storage array Type of HBAs (dual- or single-port) used in the host server(s) Remote ...

Introduction to Storage Arrays - PowerVault MD3820f
Introduction to Storage Arrays A storage array includes various hardware components, such as physical disks, RAID controller modules, fans, and power supplies, gathered into enclosures. The physical disks are accessed through the RAID controller modules. One ...

Locating your system Service Tag - PowerVault MD3820f
Locating your system Service Tag Your system is identified by a unique Express Service Code and Service Tag number. The Express Service Code and Service Tag are found on the front of the system by pulling out the information tag. Alternatively, the informatio...

Removing the computer base - Alienware 13 (Late 2014)
Removing the computer base WARNING: Before working inside your computer, read the safety information that shipped with your computer and follow the steps in Before Working Inside Your Computer . After working inside your computer, follow the instructions in A...

Procedure - Alienware 13 (Late 2014)
ProcedureAfter performing the prerequisites, we are left with the computer base. computer base

Replacing the computer base - Alienware 13 (Late 2014)
Replacing the computer base WARNING: Before working inside your computer, read the safety information that shipped with your computer and follow the steps in Before Working Inside Your Computer . After working inside your computer, follow the instructions in ...

Planning The Storage Configuration - PowerVault MD3800f
Planning The Storage Configuration Consider the following before installing your storage array: Evaluate data storage needs and administrative requirements. Calculate availability requirements. Decide the frequency and level of backups, such as weekly full ba...

Connecting The Storage Array - PowerVault MD3800f
Connecting The Storage Array The storage array is connected to a host using two hot-swappable RAID controller modules. The RAID controller modules are identified as RAID controller module 0 and RAID controller module 1. See the Owners Manual to know more abou...

Configuring Fibre Channel With Dell MD Series Storage Arrays - PowerVault MD3820f
Configuring Fibre Channel With Dell MD Series Storage Arrays This section provides information about configuring Fibre Channel communication between the host server and the storage array. For basic setup information such as racking, power cabling, and recomme...

Using Fibre Channel Switch Zoning - PowerVault MD3800f
Using Fibre Channel Switch Zoning A Fibre Channel switch allows you to connect multiple devices to the SAN without compromising bandwidth or data throughput. Switch zoning implemented on each Fibre Channel switch hardware component using the manufacturer’s em...

World Wide Name Zoning - PowerVault MD3820f
World Wide Name Zoning There are several different switch zoning techniques used across various SANs. When configuring zoning with your storage array, using a 64 bit World Wide Name (WWN) to uniquely identify each component in your Fibre Channel switch fabric...

Switch Zoning Guidelines - PowerVault MD3820f
Switch Zoning Guidelines The storage array imposes specific requirements that must be followed when setting up Fibre Channel switch zoning: If a Fibre Channel switch is used to connect your host server and storage array, it must be zoned. Un-zoned or open swi...

Mixed Environment - PowerVault MD3800f
Mixed EnvironmentThe following figure shows mixed configuration, that is SAS direct attached and host connectivity via the SAN (that is FC/Ethernet switch). Figure 1. Mixed Environment

Mixed Environment - PowerVault MD3820f
Mixed EnvironmentThe following figure shows mixed configuration, that is SAS direct attached and host connectivity via the SAN (that is FC/Ethernet switch). Figure 1. Mixed Environment

Installing Host Bus Adapters and Drivers - PowerVault MD3820f
Installing Host Bus Adapters and Drivers Ensure that you read the Configuring Fibre Channel With the Dell PowerVault MD Series Storage Arrays document before continuing with this procedure. Install the host bus adapters (HBAs). Connect the cables. Install the...

Console Installation - PowerVault MD3820f
Console Installation NOTE: Console installation only applies to Linux systems that are not running a graphical environment. The autorun script in the root of the resource media detects when there is no graphical environment running and automatically starts th...
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