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FAST CACHE stats for Pool LUNs are not collected by EMC's SMI-S Provider

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The latest version of EMC's SMI-S provider does not collect FAST CACHE stats for pool LUNs. Storage Manager will show FAST CACHE Metric Read/Write hits as 0. The EMC engineering team acknowledges the limitation but has not yet committed to addressing it in future releases.

EMC's SMI-S provider can collect FAST CACHE stats on RAID group LUNs.

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