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EMC Celerra

Updated: June 16, 2017

Find details about adding an EMC Celerra array to SRM Profiler. This section includes what you need before you begin, details about adding your array, and guidance for configuring your array.

Before you begin

  • Your array must be installed and running before it can be added to SRM Profiler. Contact your array vendor for additional support on installing and troubleshooting your array.
  • You need the IP address of your array. Refer to your array administrator or your array documentation for questions about obtaining this IP address.

Add the array

When add a device, choose EMC Celerra from the Choose your Array Type menu. Click OK.

Complete the fields in the Create New device for Agent: EMC Celerra

  • UNIX Device List: Select a UNIX or Linux server to retrieve the NFS shares exposed by the NAS device.
  • Control Station IP Address: Enter the IP Address of the Celerra control station.
  • Device Display Name: Enter a display name for this resource.
  • Control Station Username: Enter name of the user with permissions to log into the control station.
  • Control Station Password: Enter the password for the user with permissions to log into the control station.
  • TCP Dump: Control Station Root Password: Enter the password of the root user with permissions to log into the control station
  • TCP Dump Data Mover IP Address: Enter the IP Address of a data mover that is chosen to store temporary files. The user defined above must have access to this file system.
  • TCP Dump: Data Mover File system: Enter the name of the file system chosen to store temporary files. The user defined above must have access to this file system.
  • TCP Dump: Access Path to Data Mover: Specify the UNC path (Windows) or mount point (Unix/Linux) to the Data Mover file system. For example, \\data_mover_share for Windows, and /mount_point_to_data_mover for Unix/Linux.
  • Active: Keep this box checked. Clearing this check box stops data collection for your array.

Configure the array

  • In the Configure Device window, click Test to confirm the default values are working.
  • Click Show Advanced Fields to customize your array configuration. Click Test to confirm the configuration is working.
  • When the Test Results show Successfully connected, save your configuration to begin monitoring the array.

Additional information


NS Series






Data Classification (File Analysis)

Requires SRM Profiler agent?



  • nasadmin login or equivalent
  • Same login for all Control Stations; passwords can be different
  • SSH connectivity between SRM Profiler server and EMC Control Station


Account and password are stored in SRM Profiler database and configuration files on SRM Profiler proxy agent using custom encryption

Read/Write Actions

Read Only

Ports Used

Non-Configurable: 22 on the Control station


SSH between SRM Profiler server and each EMC Control Station

Data Classification

  • Occurs via SRM Profiler proxy agent.
  • CIFS Shares require a SRM Profiler Windows Agent and domain account to access the shares being analyzed
  • NFS Shares require a SRM Profiler UNIX Agent and root access to shares being analyzed.

Requires a SRM Profiler proxy agent?

  • Yes – via SRM Profiler server


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