Top 20 EMC Isilon support documentsOne of the goals of this blog is to share the most useful EMC® Isilon® support-related content that we have to offer. In this post, we’re highlighting 20 of the most viewed knowledgebase (KB) articles and product documents from the month of July.

We hope these documents will help you to quickly find an answer to a common question or resolve an issue.

Top 10 KB articles

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  1. How to download OneFS 7.1.1 (172492)
  2. OneFS SMB and Authentication Rollup Patch (172623)
  3. OneFS SMB and Authentication Rollup Patch (174372)
  4. Best practices for NFS client settings (90041)
  5. OneFS 7.0: Active Directory clients cannot connect to the cluster after the machine account password is changed (169843)
  6. OneFS 6.5 and later: How to safely shut down an Isilon cluster prior to a scheduled power outage (16529)
  7. Troubleshooting performance issues (88844)
  8. How to reset a node to factory defaults (16696)
  9. How to upload files to Isilon Technical Support (16759)
  10. How to create SPN account to allow Kerberos authentication using SmartConnect DNS entries (16528)


Top 10 product documents

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  1. Current Isilon OneFS patches
  2. Isilon Supportability and Compatibility Guide
  3. Current Isilon Software Releases
  4. OneFS 7.1.0 MR Release Notes
  5. OneFS 7.1 CLI Administration Guide
  6. OneFS 7.0.2 Administration Guide
  7. OneFS Upgrade Planning and Process Guide
  8. OneFS 7.1 Web Administration Guide
  9. OneFS 7.0.1 Administration Guide
  10. OneFS 7.0.2 Command Reference


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Kirsten Gantenbein

Kirsten Gantenbein

Principal Content Strategist at EMC Isilon Storage Division
Kirsten Gantenbein
Kirsten Gantenbein

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