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SRM: Enable a Nimble array

Created by Nigel, last modified by Nigel on Feb 21, 2018

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Updated: 1/16/18

Overview

Nimble Storage arrays are monitored through onboard REST API on the array group leader. 

The Nimble array needs to have version 4.3.0 or higher firmware installed.

The Nimble Storage array does not require special configuration to be monitored by SRM.

For further information, see the documentation that came with your array, visit Nimble Support, or contact your vendor.

Environment

  • SRM 6.6+
  • Nimble storage array (All Flash series - AF1000, AF3000, AF7000, AF9000, Adaptive Flash - CS1000, CS3000, CS5000, CS7000) with firmware 4.3.0 or higher

Credential required to add the array

Ensure you have the following information:

  • IP address or hostname for the group.
  • Credential name,  or array API username and password
  • Protocol. The default is HTTPS
  • API port. The default is 5392

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