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Chapter 15.1.2. SVC problems

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260 SAN Volume Controller: Best Practices and Performance Guidelines 15.1 Common problems Today’s SANs, storage subsystem arrays, and host systems are complicated, often consisting of hundreds or thousands of disks, multiple redundant controllers, virtualization engines, and different SAN switches. All of these features have to be configured, monitored, and managed, and in the case of an error, the administrator needs to know where to look. The SVC is a great tool to isolate problems in the client environment. With the SVC features, the administrator can more easily find the problem areas and take the necessary steps to fix these problems. In many cases, the SVC and its service and maintenance features will ...

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