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no clarion arrays to test

Posted on 2009-04-07
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EMC RM manager config checker under Subsystem: Navisphere:
Test: ISCSI_INITIATOR_VERSION
Result: FAIL
Description: Cannot run iscsicli command.  Is Microsoft iSCSI Initiator installed?


Test: SP_PAIRING
Result: UNKNOWN
Description: No CLARiiON Arrays to test
checklist-rm.txt
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What are you trying to achieve here? What model storage array do you have and what connectivity are you using?
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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Storage/Storage_Technology/Q_24303641.html
Same issue addressed differently. Solution was the client key needed to be deleted from the hosts registry.
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And the solution was?
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