Sell us your Used Dell PowerEdge Server. We are buying!

New Dell PowerEdge Servers can cost thousands of dollars, but by selling us your used Dell server, you can gain significant savings.

 

Dell PowerEdge - Wikipedia

 

We offer the highest payouts for your Dell servers, and within 24 hours of receiving it, remove all data according to DoD standards.

The disposition process is transparent and easy. When you contact us, it will help to speed things along if you have the quantity and configuration of the ...

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Sell Us Your Used EMC Storage!

If you are looking to sell used EMC storage system, then look no further! We buy and sell all types of data storage systems and we will work with you to find the best offer for your equipment.

 


 

 

Our company is located in Orange County, California and we do business across North America. Contact us today if you would like more information about how ...

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Sell Us Your Used NetApp Storage!

 

If you are looking to sell your used NetApp storage system, then look no further! We buy and sell all types of data storage systems and we will work with you to find the best offer for your equipment.

 


 

 

Our company is located in Orange County, California and we do business across North America. Contact us today if you would like ...

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HPE 3PAR – Common CLI (Command Line Interface) Commands

 

HPE 3 Par Storage can be a burden to administrate at times. If you don’t have the commands in a spot where you can easily access them, well, good luck. It can take a while to look up all these bad boys up.

To help our wonderful 3PAR support clients, we have compiled a short list of commonly used show commands for HPE 3PAR systems,  which will mostly display detailed information about your system and its status. If there are any ...

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HITACHI HUS: Replace a failed disk

Replacing a disk on a Hitachi AMS 2000 or HUS 100 series system is quite simple. These arrays are equipped with an automatic failover and copyback, so it is important to know how many hot spares you have in your array.

If this is a solitary failure in the array, that is a best-case scenario for a failed disk.

  • Look for confluence between the physical array, and your Hitachi Hitachi Storage Navigator terminal. The array should light up red on the disk ...
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END OF LIFE Is NOT the End for your Storage System!

Though the major manufacturers (EMC, Hitachi, NetApp, IBM and HPE alike) will say otherwise, rest assured that EOL doesn’t = “dead.”  While it can vary from vendor to vendor, EOL is basically the point in the product’s life where the manufacturer has stopped selling it, and moves it to support-only. EOL just means you need to make an adjustment to the way your organization should approach hardware support and maintenance solutions when your renewal comes up.

If your objective is to ...

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HITACHI HUS End of Service Anouncement

Hitachi Vantara  (formerly Hitachi Data Systems) has announced that they will be discontinuing all service on their midrange storage line, HUS (Hitachi Unified Storage) effective June 30, 2021.

This announcement includes the following models from the HUS100 family:

  • HUS110 Storage System
  • HUS130 Storage System
  • HUS150 Storage System
  • HUS-VM Storage System

Service on the HNAS clusters that were sold with the HUS series will also be discontinued.

Does this mean that you need to scrap your old system, and ...

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NetApp OnTAP : 7-mode vs CDOT:

Which OS Is Right for you?

In this article we will take a brief look at what separates the 2 versions of NetApp’s OnTap Operating systems. Let’s start first with the older of the 2, 7 mode:

7-Mode

7-Mode is NetApp’s legacy ONTAP OS. While it is still supported on most filers, it is not supported on newer filers like the 8000 series (or newer) and 2500 series (or newer). 7-mode will eventually be phased out NetApp has stated that the current rev ...

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How to: Generate ISI Gather from EMC Isilon

When working with your support provider to troubleshoot an issue with your Isilon nodes, you may be asked to send your cluster’s log and configuration files. These files will help your support provider determine what is wrong. The file is large, often 1GB+, so it takes a few minutes to prepare it.

You’ll need to run an “ISI Gather” to collect this information. This process creates an archive file that contains all of your cluster’s log and configuration information.

To start this ...

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