IDefrag For Mac - 287 User Reviews 5.3.1

12/29/2021by admin
  • 17About This Manual
  • 18VessRAID Overview
  • 19Architectural Description
  • 19Features and Benefits
  • 19Highlights
  • 20Subsystem and Controller Features
  • 20Operational Features
  • 21Management
  • 22Specifications
  • 22Power Supply
  • 22Current (maximum)
  • 22Power Consumption
  • 22Temperature
  • 22Relative Humidity
  • 22Vibration
  • 23Dimensions (H x W x D)
  • 23Net Weight
  • 23Carton Dimensions (H x W x D)
  • 23Carton Weight
  • 23Safety
  • 23Environmental
  • 24Warranty and Support
  • 24CE Statement
  • 24FCC Statement
  • 24KCC Statement
  • 25Unpacking the VessRAID
  • 27Installing the LCD Panel (Optional)
  • 29Mounting VessRAID in a Rack
  • 31Installing Disk Drives
  • 31Drive Slot Numbering
  • 33Installing Your Disk Drives
  • 34Making Data and Management Connections
  • 34Direct Attached Storage (DAS)
  • 34Configuring a Data Path
  • 34Configuring a Management Path
  • 36Storage Area Network (SAN)
  • 36Configuring a Data Path
  • 36Configuring a Management Path
  • 38JBOD Expansion to DAS or SAN
  • 38Configuring a Data Path
  • 39Setting Up Serial Cable Connections
  • 40Connecting the Power
  • 40Front Panel LEDs
  • 41Controller LEDs
  • 41Disk Drive LEDs
  • 42LCD Panel
  • 43Setting up the Serial Connection
  • 44Choosing DHCP or a Static IP Address
  • 44Default IP Addresses
  • 45Setting up with the CLI
  • 47Setting up with the CLU
  • 47Setting system date and time
  • 47Making Manual IP Settings
  • 48Making Automatic IP Settings
  • 48Configuring the RAID
  • 48Viewing IP Address and Settings
  • 48Exiting the CLU
  • 49Setting up with the LCD
  • 49Making Manual IP Settings
  • 50Making Automatic IP Settings
  • 51Creating Disk Arrays with WebPAM PROe
  • 51Logging into WebPAM PROe
  • 51Regular Connection
  • 51Secure Connection
  • 53Selecting a Language
  • 53Creating a Disk Array
  • 54Automatic
  • 55Express
  • 56Advanced
  • 56Step 1 - Disk Array Creation
  • 56Step 2 - Logical Drive Creation
  • 57Step 3 - Summary
  • 57Logging out of WebPAM PROe
  • 58Using WebPAM PROe over the Internet
  • 60Logging into WebPAM PROe
  • 60Regular Connection
  • 60Secure Connection
  • 61Selecting a Language
  • 62Perusing the Interface
  • 63Using the Header
  • 63Using Tree View
  • 64Using Management View
  • 65Viewing the Event Frame
  • 65Sorting Events
  • 65Logging out of WebPAM PROe
  • 67Working with the Storage Network
  • 67Viewing Other Subsytems
  • 67Updating the List of Subsystems
  • 67Logging into a Subsystem
  • 67Hiding the Other Subsystems
  • 68Working with Subsystems
  • 68Viewing Subsystem Information
  • 68Saving System Service Report
  • 69Setting an Alias for the Subsystem
  • 69Setting Subsystem Date and Time
  • 69Viewing the Runtime Event Log
  • 70Saving the Runtime Event Log
  • 70Clearing the Runtime Event Log
  • 70Viewing NVRAM Events
  • 71Saving NVRAM Events
  • 71Clearing NVRAM Events
  • 72Viewing Current Background Activities
  • 72Making Background Activity Settings
  • 73Running Background Activities
  • 73Running Media Patrol
  • 74Running PDM
  • 74Viewing Scheduled Activities
  • 74Scheduling an Activity
  • 75Deleting a Scheduled Activity
  • 76Viewing Lock Status
  • 76Setting the Lock
  • 76Renewing the Lock
  • 77Releasing the Lock
  • 78Managing Users
  • 78Viewing User Information
  • 78Making User Settings
  • 79Making Your Own User Settings
  • 79Setting-up User Event Subscriptions
  • 80Changing Another User’s Password
  • 80Changing Your Own Password
  • 81Creating a User
  • 81List of User Privileges
  • 82Deleting a User
  • 82Viewing User Sessions
  • 82Logging out Other Users
  • 83Managing the Network Connection
  • 83Making Management Port Settings
  • 83Making iSCSI Port Settings
  • 85Managing iSCSI Connections
  • 85Viewing iSCSI Node Information
  • 85Making iSCSI Node Settings
  • 86Viewing iSCSI Target Ports
  • 87Viewing the iSCSI Portal
  • 87Viewing iSCSI Sessions
  • 88Working with iSCSI iSNS
  • 88View Settings
  • 88Change Settings
  • 89Working with iSCSI CHAPs
  • 89Viewing CHAPs
  • 89Adding CHAPs
  • 90Modifying CHAPs
  • 90Deleting CHAPs
  • 90Using iSCSI Ping
  • 92Managing Storage Services
  • 92Adding an Initiator
  • 92Deleting an Initiator
  • 93Viewing the LUN Map
  • 93Enabling LUN Masking
  • 93Adding a LUN Map
  • 94Editing a LUN Map
  • 95Managing Software Services
  • 95Making Email Settings
  • 95Sending a Test Message
  • 96Changing the Startup Setting
  • 96Stopping Email service
  • 96Starting or Restarting Email service
  • 96Making SLP Settings
  • 96Stopping SLP service
  • 97Starting or Restarting SLP service
  • 97Making Web Server Settings
  • 97Changing the Startup Setting
  • 97Stopping Web Server service
  • 98Starting or Restarting Web Server service
  • 98Making Telnet Settings
  • 98Changing the Startup Setting
  • 98Stopping Telnet service
  • 99Starting or Restarting Telnet service
  • 99Making SNMP Settings
  • 99Adding Trap Sinks
  • 100Deleting Trap Sinks
  • 100Changing the Startup Setting
  • 100Stopping SNMP service
  • 100Starting or Restarting SNMP service
  • 100Making Netsend Settings
  • 101Adding Netsend recipients
  • 101Deleting Netsend Recipients
  • 101Changing the Startup Setting
  • 101Stopping Netsend service
  • 101Starting or Restarting Netsend service
  • 101Netsend Requirements
  • 103Exporting the User Database
  • 103Importing a User Database
  • 104Importing a Configuration Script
  • 105Updating the Firmware
  • 105Viewing Flash Image Information
  • 106Restoring Factory Defaults
  • 106Clearing Statistics
  • 107Shutting Down the Subsystem
  • 108Monitoring the Shutdown
  • 109Starting Up After Shutdown
  • 109Monitoring the Startup
  • 110Restarting the Subsystem
  • 110You can only do part of this function in WebPAM PROe. Additional action is required, as described below. To restart the subsystem
  • 110Monitoring the Restart
  • 111Managing the Controller
  • 111Viewing the Controller
  • 111Viewing Controller Information
  • 111Adjustable items
  • 112Upgradable items
  • 112Viewing Controller Statistics
  • 112Clearing Statistics
  • 112Making Controller Settings
  • 113Clearing an Orphan Watermark
  • 115Managing Enclosures
  • 115Viewing the Enclosure
  • 115Locating an Enclosure
  • 116Viewing Enclosure Topology
  • 116Viewing Enclosure Information
  • 117Adjustable items
  • 117Making Enclosure Settings
  • 117Viewing FRU VPD Information
  • 118Checking the Battery
  • 118Battery Notes
  • 119Reconditioning a Battery
  • 119Silencing the Buzzer
  • 119Making Buzzer Settings
  • 120Testing the Buzzer
  • 121Managing Physical Drives
  • 121Viewing a List of Physical Drives
  • 121Identifying a Physical Drive
  • 122Making Global Physical Drive Settings
  • 122Viewing Physical Drive Information
  • 123Adjustable Items
  • 123Viewing Physical Drive Statistics
  • 123Clearing Statistics
  • 123Making Physical Drive Settings
  • 124Clearing Stale and PFA Conditions
  • 124Forcing a Physical Drive Offline or Online
  • 125Locating a Physical Drive
  • 127Managing UPS Units
  • 127Viewing a List of UPS Units
  • 128Making UPS Settings
  • 129Viewing UPS Information
  • 130Managing Disk Arrays
  • 130Viewing Disk Arrays
  • 130Creating a Disk Array
  • 131Creating a Disk Array - Automatic
  • 132Creating a Disk Array - Express
  • 133Creating a Disk Array - Advanced
  • 133Step 1 - Disk Array Creation
  • 134Step 2 - Logical Drive Creation
  • 135Step 3 - Summary
  • 135Deleting a Disk Array
  • 135Viewing Disk Array Information
  • 136Disk Array Operational Status
  • 136Adjustable Items
  • 136Making Disk Array Settings
  • 137Creating a Logical Drive
  • 138Deleting a Logical Drive
  • 138Migrating a Disk Array
  • 139Rebuilding a Disk Array
  • 140Rebuilding Automatically
  • 140Rebuilding Manually
  • 140Running Media Patrol on a Disk Array
  • 141Running PDM on a Disk Array
  • 141Transitioning a Disk Array
  • 142Preparing a Disk Array for Transport
  • 143Managing Logical Drives
  • 143Viewing Information for All Logical Drives
  • 143Logical Drive Status
  • 144Viewing Logical Drive Information
  • 144Logical Drive Status
  • 144Logical Drive Synchronization
  • 144Adjustable Items
  • 145Viewing Logical Drive Statistics
  • 145Clearing Statistics
  • 145Making Logical Drive Settings
  • 145Initializing a Logical Drive
  • 146Running Redundancy Check
  • 147Viewing the Logical Drive Check Table
  • 148Table Definitions
  • 148Making Logical Drive LUN Settings
  • 149Managing Spare Drives
  • 149Viewing a List of Spare Drives
  • 149Locating a Spare Drive
  • 150Creating a Spare Drive
  • 151Deleting Spare Drive
  • 151Making Spare Drive Settings
  • 152Running Spare Check
  • 153Working with the Logical Drive Summary
  • 153Viewing a List of All Logical Drives
  • 153Viewing Individual Logical Drive Information
  • 156Initial Connection
  • 156Making a Serial Connection
  • 157Making a Telnet Connection
  • 157Logging In
  • 159Accessing Online Help
  • 159Exiting the CLU
  • 159Logging Out of the CLI
  • 159Logging Back Into the CLI and CLU
  • 160Running Quick Setup
  • 161Managing the Subsystem
  • 161Setting an Alias for the Subsystem
  • 161Running Media Patrol
  • 161Locking or Unlocking the Subsystem
  • 161Setting the Lock
  • 162Resetting the Lock
  • 162Releasing the Lock
  • 162Releasing a Lock set by another user
  • 162Setting Subsystem Date and Time
  • 163Managing the Controller
  • 163Viewing Controller Information
  • 163Clearing an Orphan Watermark
  • 163Making Controller Settings
  • 164Locating the Controller
  • 166Managing the Enclosure
  • 166Viewing Enclosure Information
  • 166Viewing Power Supply Status
  • 167Locating a Power Supply
  • 167Viewing Cooling Unit Status
  • 167Viewing Voltage Sensor Status
  • 167Viewing Temperature Sensor Status
  • 168Setting Temperature Thresholds
  • 168Checking the Batteries
  • 168Battery Notes
  • 169Reconditioning a Battery
  • 169Locating an Enclosure
  • 170Viewing Enclosure Topology
  • 171Managing Physical Drives
  • 171Making Global Physical Drive Settings
  • 172Setting an Alias
  • 172Viewing Advanced Information
  • 172Viewing Physical Drive Statistics
  • 172Clearing Stale and PFA Conditions
  • 173Forcing a Physical Drive Offline or Online
  • 173Locating a Physical Drive
  • 174Managing Disk Arrays
  • 174Creating a Disk Array
  • 175Creating a Disk Array - Automatic
  • 176Creating a Disk Array - Express
  • 177Creating a Disk Array - Advanced
  • 178Deleting a Disk Array
  • 178Viewing Disk Array Information
  • 178Disk Array Operational Status
  • 179Setting an Alias for a Disk Array
  • 179Accepting an Incomplete Array
  • 180Enabling Media Patrol on a Disk Array
  • 180Enabling PDM on a Disk Array
  • 180Preparing the Disk Array for Transport
  • 180Rebuilding a Disk Array
  • 181Migrating a Disk Array
  • 182Running PDM
  • 182Running Transition on a Disk Array
  • 182Locating a Disk Array
  • 183Creating a Logical Drive
  • 184Deleting a Logical Drive
  • 185Managing Spare Drives
  • 185Viewing a list of Spare Drives
  • 185Creating a Spare Drive
  • 186Making Spare Drive Settings
  • 186Running Spare Check
  • 187Deleting a Spare Drive
  • 188Managing Logical Drives
  • 188Viewing Logical Drive Information
  • 188Setting an Alias for a Logical Drive
  • 188Setting Write Cache Policy
  • 189Setting Read Cache Policy
  • 189Initializing a Logical Drive
  • 190Running Redundancy Check
  • 190Locating a Logical Drive
  • 191Managing the Network Connection
  • 191Making Management Port Settings
  • 191Making Automatic Settings
  • 191Making Manual Settings
  • 192Making iSCSI Port Settings
  • 192Making Automatic Settings
  • 192Making Manual Settings
  • 193Managing iSCSI Connections
  • 193Viewing iSCSI Node Information
  • 193Making iSCSI Node Settings
  • 194Viewing iSCSI Target Ports
  • 195Viewing iSCSI Target Port Statistics
  • 195Viewing the iSCSI Portal
  • 195Viewing iSCSI Sessions
  • 196Working with iSCSI iSNS
  • 196View Settings
  • 196Change Settings
  • 197Working with iSCSI CHAPs
  • 197Viewing CHAPs
  • 197Adding CHAPs
  • 197Modifying CHAPs
  • 198Deleting CHAPs
  • 198Using iSCSI Ping
  • 199Managing Background Activity
  • 199Viewing Current Background Activities
  • 199Making Background Activity Settings
  • 201Working with the Event Viewer
  • 201Viewing Runtime Events
  • 201Clearing Runtime Events
  • 201Viewing NVRAM Events
  • 202Clearing NVRAM Events
  • 203Working with LUN Mapping
  • 203Viewing a List of Initiators
  • 203Enabling LUN Mapping
  • 203Creating an Initiator
  • 204Mapping a LUN to an Initiator
  • 204Deleting an Initiator
  • 205Managing UPS Units
  • 205Viewing a List of UPS Units
  • 206Making UPS Settings
  • 207Viewing UPS Information
  • 208Managing Users
  • 208Viewing User Information
  • 208Creating a User
  • 209List of User Privileges
  • 209Changing a User’s Password
  • 209Changing a User’s Display Name and Email Address
  • 210Changing a User’s Privilege and Status
  • 210Deleting a User
  • 211Working with Software Management
  • 211Making Email Settings
  • 212Making SLP Settings
  • 212Making Web Server Settings
  • 213Making Telnet Settings
  • 213Making SNMP Settings
  • 214Managing SNMP Trap Sinks
  • 214Creating a SNMP trap sink
  • 214Adding a trap sink
  • 214Deleting a trap sink
  • 215Making Netsend Settings
  • 215Managing Netsend Recipients
  • 215Adding a recipient
  • 215Changing Recipient Settings
  • 216Deleting a Recipient
  • 216Netsend Requirements
  • 217Flashing through TFTP
  • 217Viewing Flash Image Information
  • 217Clearing Statistics
  • 218Restoring Factory Defaults
  • 219Shutting Down the Subsystem
  • 219Shutting down the VessRAID - Telnet Connection
  • 220Shutting down the VessRAID - Serial Connection
  • 221Starting Up After Shutdown
  • 221Starting up the VessRAID - Telnet Connection
  • 221Starting up the VessRAID - Serial Connection
  • 222Restarting the Subsystem
  • 222Restarting VessRAID - Telnet Connection
  • 222Restarting VessRAID - Serial Connection
  • 224Making Buzzer Settings
  • 225Using the LCD Panel
  • 226Perusing the Interface
  • 226Making Mode Settings
  • 226Simple Mode
  • 227Advanced Mode
  • 227Limitations
  • 227Viewing Events
  • 228Managing the Network Connection
  • 228Making Management Port Settings
  • 228Manual IP Settings
  • 229Automatic IP Settings
  • 230Managing the Controller
  • 230Viewing Controller Information
  • 231Managing Enclosures
  • 231Viewing the Enclosure
  • 231Making Buzzer Settings
  • 232Managing Physical Drives
  • 232Viewing Physical Drive Information
  • 232Locating a Physical Drive
  • 233Managing Disk Arrays
  • 233Creating a Disk Array - Automatic
  • 234Creating
  • 234Verifying
  • 234Creating a Disk Array - Advanced
  • 234Creating a Disk Array
  • 235Creating a Logical Drive
  • 236Creating a Spare Drive
  • 236Deleting a Disk Array
  • 237Viewing Disk Array Information
  • 237Disk Array Status
  • 238Locating a Disk Array
  • 238Creating a Logical Drive
  • 239Deleting a Logical Drive
  • 240Viewing Logical Drive Information
  • 240Logical Drive Status
  • 241Locating a a Logical Drive
  • 242Managing Spare Drives
  • 242Viewing Spare Drive Information
  • 242Spare Drive Status
  • 242Creating a Spare Drive
  • 243Deleting a Spare Drive
  • 243Locating a Spare Drive
  • 245Updating the Firmware in WebPAM PROe
  • 245Downloading the Firmware Image File
  • 245Updating Firmware from TFTP Server
  • 246Updating Firmware from your PC
  • 247Restarting the Subsystem
  • 248Updating the Firmware in the CLU
  • 248Downloading the Firmware Image File
  • 248Updating the Firmware
  • 249Restarting Subsystem over a Telnet Connection
  • 249Restarting Subsystem over a Serial Connection
  • 250Replacing a Power Supply
  • 250VessRAID 1700i Series
  • 250VessRAID 1800i Series
  • 250Removing the old power supply
  • 250Installing the new power supply
  • 251Replacing a RAID Controller
  • 251Removing the old controller
  • 251Installing the new controller
  • 252Replacing a Cooling Fan
  • 254Replacing the Cache Battery
  • 256Replacing the Memory Module
  • 259Introduction to RAID
  • 260RAID 0 - Stripe
  • 261RAID 1 - Mirror
  • 262RAID 1E - Enhanced Mirror
  • 263RAID 5 - Block and Parity Stripe
  • 264RAID 6 - Block and Double Parity Stripe
  • 265RAID 10 - Mirror / Stripe
  • 266RAID 50 - Striping of Distributed Parity
  • 267RAID 50 Axles
  • 269RAID 60 - Striping of Double Parity
  • 270RAID 60 Axles
  • 272Choosing a RAID Level
  • 272RAID 0
  • 272RAID 1
  • 273RAID 1E
  • 273RAID 5
  • 273RAID 6
  • 274RAID 10
  • 274RAID 50
  • 274RAID 60
  • 275Choosing Stripe Size
  • 275Choosing Sector Size
  • 2762 TB Limitation
  • 276Cache Policy
  • 277Read Cache Policy
  • 277Write Cache Policy
  • 277Adaptive Writeback Cache
  • 278Capacity Coercion
  • 278Initialization
  • 279Hot Spare Drive(s)
  • 279Partition and Format the Logical Drive
  • 280RAID Level Migration
  • 281RAID 0
  • 282RAID 1
  • 282RAID 1E
  • 283RAID 5
  • 283RAID 6
  • 284RAID 10
  • 285RAID 50
  • 285RAID 60
  • 286Ranges of Disk Array Expansion
  • 287Delete and Recreate
  • 287Media Patrol
  • 288Predictive Data Migration (PDM)
  • 288PDM Triggers
  • 289Transition
  • 290Example
  • 292Automatic Transition
  • 292Manual Transition
  • 293VessRAID is Beeping
  • 294LEDs Display Amber or Red
  • 294Front Panel LEDs
  • 295Disk Drive LEDs
  • 296LCD Panel
  • 296Controller LEDs
  • 298CLU Reports a Problem
  • 298Viewing Runtime Events
  • 298Viewing NVRAM Events
  • 299Checking a Reported Component
  • 300WebPAM PROe Reports a Problem
  • 303LCD Panel Reports a Problem
  • 303Viewing a Report from OPAS
  • 305Event Notification Response
  • 318Critical & Offline Disk Arrays
  • 318When a Physical Drive Fails
  • 319With a Hot Spare Drive
  • 319Without a Hot Spare Drive
  • 320Rebuild Operation
  • 321Incomplete Array
  • 322Physical Drive Problems
  • 322Physical Drive Offline
  • 322Physical Drive Not Usable
  • 322Physical Drive Failed
  • 322Physical Drive Fails during Migration
  • 323Physical Drive Fails during Transport
  • 324Enclosure Problems
  • 327Connection Problems
  • 327Serial Connections
  • 328Network Connections
  • 328Management Port
  • 328iSCSI Ports
  • 330Browser Does Not Connect to WebPAM PROe
  • 332Unsaved Data in the Controller Cache
  • 333Frequently Asked Questions
  • 335Contacting Technical Support
  • 336Technical Support Services
  • 336United States
  • 336The Netherlands
  • 336Germany
  • 337Italy
  • 337Taiwan
  • 338China
  • 339Limited Warranty
  • 339Disclaimer of other warranties
  • 340Your Responsibilities
  • 341Returning the Product For Repair
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