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EMC CX3-40 SAN, configure monitors

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Hi.

I have a EMC CX3-40 SAN where I am trying to update the alert message for the monitor. When I click apply after making changes I get a "Monitor is Busy" dialog box up.

it seems that the changes are saved, but when the alert is fired off it uses the old alert setting.

How do I get the new settings saved ?

Brdgs

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EMC Knowledgebase article #71414 suggests that you may need to restart Navisphere Management Server. This is a 100% non-dispruptive process (just like restarting a  Windows service) and is really straightforward:

1. Open a new browser window.       
2. Type in the address bar:
http: // xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/setup  where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP address of Storage Processor A (SPA).       
3. When the screen has loaded, type in the Username and Password used to access Navisphere/Unisphere setup page.       
4. Once logged in, click the "Restart Management Server" button.       
5. Once the page has loaded, click the "Yes" option, and then click "Submit."
6.  Repeat for SPB

That should resolve your issue.
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Thx, it worked.
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