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AO via Management Console or via System Reporter?

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nielsvdc
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AO via Management Console or via System Reporter?

Today I found out there is an option in System Reporter (SR) to add and schedule a AO configuration. But how does this work differently from scheduling an AO task in the Management Console (MC)? If I create and activate an AO configuration in SR, the schedule does not appear in the MC.

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Sheldon Smith
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Re: AO via Management Console or via System Reporter?

The two have nothing to do with each other. And only one will work for a given array. System Reporter can collect information from several arrays running various levels of the 3PAR OS. 

 

If a 3PAR array is running v3.1.1 or earlier, you must control AO in System Reporter.

 

If v3.1.2 and later, you must control AO on-node using the Management Console and/or Command Line Interface. Having configurations in SR will have no effect.

 

If you upgrade from 3.1.1 to 3.1.2, you need to manually create new configurations on the array. And with on-node AO there are new options. See the CLI admin and reference docs for details.

 

 

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nielsvdc
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Re: AO via Management Console or via System Reporter?

Thanks Sheldon for explaining. We are using version 3.1.2, so Mangement Console/CLI is the way to continue.