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Phase 1 — Build Replication Partnership Between Source Cluster A And Backup Cluster B - PowerVault NX3610
Phase 1 — Build Replication Partnership Between Source Cluster A And Backup Cluster B Log on to cluster A. Set up replication partnership between source cluster A and backup cluster B. For more information on setting up replication partners, see Adding a Repl...

Changing the Support Account Password - PowerVault NX3610
Changing the Support Account PasswordDell recommends that you change the support account password to a new, strong password after each troubleshooting session is concluded. Click the System tab on the left. Click the Internal tab on the top. In the Security A...

Using the Escalation Account - PowerVault NX3610
Using the Escalation Account If Dell Technical Support Services needs to perform remote troubleshooting, but an administrator is unable to access the FluidFS Manager Client or CLI to enable the support account, you can use the escalation account instead. The ...

Deleting an Administrator - PowerVault NX3610
Deleting an AdministratorDelete an administrator account when it is no longer used for FluidFS cluster management. The built‐in Administrator account cannot be deleted. Click the System tab on the left. Click the Mail & Admins tab on the top. In the Administr...

Changing a Local User’s Group - PowerVault NX3610
Changing a Local User’s Group Change the primary local group to which a local user is assigned. Click the Access Control tab on the left. Click the User Repositories tab on the top. In the Local Users pane, click in the row of the user you want to change. Cli...

Enabling or Disabling a Local User - PowerVault NX3610
Enabling or Disabling a Local UserDisabling a local user prevents the local user from accessing CIFS shares and NFS exports. In the Local Users pane, click in the row of the user you want to change. Click Modify. The Modify Local User dialog box appears. Enab...

Internal Backup Power Supply - PowerVault NX3610
Internal Backup Power Supply Each NAS controller is equipped with an internal Backup Power Supply (BPS) that protects data during a power failure. The BPS units provide continuous power to the NAS controllers for a minimum of 5 minutes and have sufficient bat...

Running Diagnostics - PowerVault NX3610
Running Diagnostics Running diagnostics helps you detect problems with the FluidFS cluster. The diagnostic options available for the FluidFS cluster are: FluidFS diagnostics: Used to diagnose software issues. Embedded system diagnostics: Used to diagnose hard...

Troubleshooting Backup Issues - PowerVault NX3610

Troubleshooting Active Directory Configuration - PowerVault NX3610
Troubleshooting Active Directory Configuration Description Unable to add Active Directory users and groups to CIFS shares. Cause Probable causes may be: Unable to ping the domain using FQDN. DNS may not be configured. NTP may not be configured. Workaround Whe...

Troubleshooting Snapshots - PowerVault NX3610
Troubleshooting Snapshots Description Taking and deleting snapshots fail. Cause Probable causes may be: There are many client I/O requests waiting to be serviced, including a request to remove a large directory. There are many snapshot creation/deletion reque...

CIFS Client Clock Skew - PowerVault NX3610
CIFS Client Clock Skew Description CIFS client clock skew. Cause The client clock must be within 5 minutes range from the Kerberos server (that is Active Directory) clock. Workaround Configure the client to clock-synch with the Active Directory (as an NTP ser...

Client/LAN Network - PowerVault NX3610
Client/LAN Network The client/LAN network is used for client access to the CIFS shares and NFS exports. It is also used by the storage administrator to manage the FluidFS system. The FluidFS system is assigned one or more virtual IP addresses (client VIPs) th...

File Metadata Protection - PowerVault NX3610
File Metadata Protection File metadata includes information such as name, owner, permissions, date created, date modified, and a soft link to the file’s storage location. The FluidFS system has several built‐in measures to store and protect file metadata: Met...

Changing the Default Gateway - PowerVault NX3610
Changing the Default Gateway Change the default gateway if the default gateway changes for the network. Click the Performance & Connectivity tab on the left. Click the Client Network & Time tab on the top. In the Routing pane, click . Click Modify Default Gat...

FluidFS V2 and FluidFS V3 Feature and Configuration Comparison - PowerVault NX3610
FluidFS V2 and FluidFS V3 Feature and Configuration Comparison This section summarizes functionality differences between FluidFS version 2.0 and 3.0. Review the functionality comparison before upgrading FluidFS to version 3.0. Note: The Version 3.0 column in ...

Opening A Table Element Menu - PowerVault NX3610
Opening A Table Element Menu Some panes display a table of elements, each of which may be edited independently. To modify or delete an element in a table, click the button in the row of the element you want to change, then select the desired menu option.

Searching the Event Log - PowerVault NX3610
Searching the Event Log Search events contained in the Event Log for a specified string. In the Search field at the top-right of the Events pane, type a search string Press Enter or click the icon. The Events table displays all events containing the search st...

Changing the Target Subnet for a Static Route - PowerVault NX3610
Changing the Target Subnet for a Static Route Change the subnet properties of a static route. Click the Performance & Connectivity tab on the left. Click the Client Network & Time tab on the top. In the Routing pane, for the static route that you want modify ...

Managing the Client Networks - PowerVault NX3610
Managing the Client Networks The client networks define the client VIP(s) through which clients access CIFS shares and NFS exports. If client access to the FluidFS cluster is not through a router (in other words, this is a flat network), Dell recommends defin...
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