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SRM: Enable a Pure provider

Updated: 10/12/16

Overview

This article describes how to enable the Pure Storage SMI-S Provider in order for the SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM) to monitor Pure storage arrays.

Environment

  • SRM 6.3+
  • Rest API 1.4 and up
  • Purity Version 4.6

Credentials required to add the array

Ensure you have the following information:

  • IP address or hostname for the array
  • SMI-S username
  • SMI-S password
  • Array API username
  • Array API password
  • Protocol. The default is HTTPS
  • Array API HTTP port. The default is 5988
  • Array API HTTPS port. The default is 5989
  • Interop Namespace. The default is /interop
  • Array Namespace. The default is /purestorage
  • Array API HTTP port. The default is 80
  • Array API HTTPS port. The default is 443
  • API protocol schema. The default is HTTPS

Add the array

The Pure Storage SMI-S provider is initially disabled. To enable, in the Pure Storage Web Management Interface, go to System > Configuration > SMI-S and click the Enable button.

You can also enable the provider via the Purity Command Line Interface using the puresmis command.

SRM Supports Purity version 4.6 and Rest API version 1.4 or above.

 

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