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Edit storage object properties

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

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Use the Edit Properties page on the Details page to edit the setting for monitoring storage objects.

You can also edit arrays from the Manage Storage Objects page in Settings.

The Edit Properties pages in SRM are where you can edit the setting for monitoring storage objects. They are accessible from the Details pages for individual objects. Arrays can also be edited via the Manage Storage Objects age in Settings.

To edit an individual storage object

  1. Navigate to the required object Details page.
  2. Click Manage on the object Details resource.

    For individual storage objects, use the Edit Properties page to edit:

    • Object name
    • Custom properties set up for the object
    • Alerting thresholds

    For individual storage arrays and clusters, you can edit:

    • Array IP address or hostname
    • Array credential
    • Polling frequencies
    • Enable hardware health monitoring

To edit multiple storage arrays

  1. Click Settings > All Settings.
  2. Click Manage Storage Objects in the Node & Group Management section.
  3. Select the arrays, and click Edit Properties.

    Use the Edit Properties page to edit:

    • Array name
    • Array IP address or hostname

    • Array credential

    • Performance, capacity and topology polling frequencies

    • Enable hardware health monitoring

    • Custom properties set up for the object
    • Alerting thresholds
 
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