this is on a server that is Cisco UCS what is "Workspace://"  ???

Posted on 2015-01-04
Last Modified: 2015-01-07
this is on a cisco UCS what is this command "Workspace://" , what does it mean and how is it used?


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Internal storage on the UCS fabric for logs/output files.  From 'workspace', you can copy files to external via FTP-like protocols.  I think that workspace files are in a persistent area of memory, not volatile.

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