With the PowerShell SDK for Dell EMC SC Series arrays, you can easily retrieve volume information including allocated, free, and used space. But what if you’re looking for RAID allocations on the entire array? Like how much RAID10, RAID5 or RAID6 is allocated across all of your tiers? That’s easy… Read More »PowerShell One-Liner: SC Series storage class and RAID level allocations
If you’re new to PowerShell with Dell Storage, be sure to take a look at this post. Depending upon the size of system that your managing, over the course of time, you might have experienced some challenges in managing disk resources, especially if you’re using an array in a lab-type environment.
Here’s an easy way to inventory volume objects on your SC Series array which are not currently mapped, and also find out how much actual space they’re consuming.Read More »Dell Storage Volume Cleanup with PowerShell
Back in 2008, Compellent released their first iteration of the PowerShell Command Set. They were the first storage vendor on the scene to provide PowerShell automation capabilities with the Series 40 array.
Fast forward a bunch of years. The PowerShell Command Set has grown from 50 cmdlets to over 100, and added the capability to work with more advanced features like replication and Live Volume.Read More »PowerShell Scripting Options for Dell Storage
Windows PowerShell was designed as a scripting language to help IT administrators automate repetitive tasks that could otherwise be error-prone by nature and in return free administrators to focus on other activities of the IT Pro. We began the voyage over two years ago in expanding the capabilities of automation… Read More »Be More Fluid with the New Storage Center Command Set for PowerShell
With Compellent Storage Center 5, you have the ability to control whether an alert is generated for individual servers when connectivity changes. This means when your server reboots or you switch around cables (in your lab environment of course), these alerts are triggered and show up in the system alerts… Read More »Compellent PSCS One-Liner Coding: Tip #2