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Change the temperature units for a user

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Created by Nigel, last modified by Nigel on Mar 14, 2017

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You can select Fahrenheit or Celsius for temperature sensor data. By default, Fahrenheit is used.

  1. Navigate to the details page for a storage array that has hardware health enabled.
  2. Select the Hardware Health tab.
  3. Click Edit on the Current Hardware Health resource.
  4. Select Fahrenheit or Celsius, and click Submit.

The selected unit is applied to all hardware health resources in the Orion Web Console for the current user.

You can also specify the temperature unit when adding or editing a user.

 
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