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Hi all,

I have 2 questions.  On the Dell Equilogix, is there a way to see what data is stored on the volumes?

My second question is, if there are 2 Equilogix storage units with a few volumes replicating, what effect would it have taking the second offline temporarily?

Thanks,
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Only if you connect the volumes via iSCSI to a Server/Workstation/Computer with the correct Operating System that can read the OS Partition.

It will stop replicating.
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Thanks, do you know how to see the information stored from the storage unit?
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Logon to GUI or present volumes to servers
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