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Hi Experts,

We have an ESX server hosting virtual servers via NAS drive.  We recently purchased Powerchute from APC to take care of the ESX physical server as well as the virtual servers.

My question is...

What do you recommend if PowerChute takes care of the Esx physical server, as well as the virtual servers, how should I setup the NAS drive which runs Solaris to shutdown?

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byd2k
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Are all the Servers connected to Powerchute ?
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The servers (physical and virtual) will use the network connection.  We installed a smartcard in the primary UPS.

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This page has a download covering Solaris, please check it out - http://www.apcc.com/tools/download/index.cfm
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Thank you for your help.

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