EVA 6400 gui query

 
chindi
Respected Contributor

EVA 6400 gui query

Hi ,

 

We have eva6400 in our setup.

We have almost 300 lun's from this storage.

Is there anyway by which i can get ascending list of names of luns size-wise from gui itself ? 

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PAC-MAN
Frequent Advisor

Re: EVA 6400 gui query

not possible in GUI.
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chindi
Respected Contributor

Re: EVA 6400 gui query

Hi ,

 

Is there any way by which i can export it from logs and check in excel sheet or something ?

PAC-MAN
Frequent Advisor

Re: EVA 6400 gui query

Hi Chindi,

Support folks at HP uses some tools to analyse the logs and also they can export vdisk info to excel. but that is an HP internal tool. May be you can call HP support and you can request them to export vdisk info to excel. In command view GUI its not possible to export this information.
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Arnaud Delaloy
Frequent Advisor

Re: EVA 6400 gui query

hello,

 

 I use as a stating point the output file from the SSSU command "capture configuration"

 

I import it in a Excel spreadsheet where it still needs some formatting and collating work  afterwards, but at least I know there is everything in it.

 

here is the SSSU script I use (put your own EVA name and password, of course):

 

 

SET OPTIONS ON_ERROR=HALT_ON_ERROR

 

SET OPTIONS COMMAND_DELAY=10

 

SELECT MANAGER your_ CVserveradress username=evaadmin   password=insert_yours

 

!*****************************Show Command View Version*******************

EMVERSION

!*****************************Show Command View Version*******************

SELECT CELL "your EVA name"

capture configuration EVAconfigOutputfile.txt

 

 

!* hope that helps.

Cali
Honored Contributor

Re: EVA 6400 gui query

There is a Simpe Way to Export the Configuration from CV GUI to Excel:

 

Storage > General > System Options > Export Reports


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I'm not an HPE employee, so I can be wrong.