For the past year, this blog has featured articles about the latest EMC® Isilon® support-related content, including the top 20 most viewed support documents for each month.

We’ll continue to share the most viewed knowledgebase articles and documentation, and we’ll also expand the scope of these monthly updates to include recently published content, from videos to white papers.

Most viewed knowledgebase (KB) articles

Check out September’s top 10 most viewed KB articles.

  1. How to download OneFS 7.1.1 (172492)
  2. OpenSSL Multiple Vulnerabilities in EMC products (188456)
  3. OneFS 7.1.0.3 SMB and Authentication Rollup Patch (174372)
  4. OpenSSL Heartbeat Vulnerability (Heartbleed) in EMC products (185965)
  5. Best practices for NFS client settings (90041)
  6. How to upload files to Isilon Technical Support (16759)
  7. OneFS 7.0.2.9: SMB and Authentication Rollup Patch (172623)
  8. Where can I download the EMC Procedure Generator? (109414)
  9. How to safely shut down an Isilon cluster prior to a scheduled power outage (16529)
  10. OneFS 7.0: Active Directory clients cannot connect to the cluster after the machine account password is changed (169843)

Most viewed product documentation

Check back next month.

New Isilon support content

Check out these links to new support content published in September (login to the EMC Online Support site is required for all content except videos). For example, if you’re looking for information about access zones, there’s a new video about implementing access zones in your cluster environment, and a white paper to help you upgrade your cluster configured with access zones.

Tell us what you want to know! Contact us with questions or feedback about this blog at isi.knowledge@emc.com. To provide documentation feedback or request new content, contact isicontent@emc.com.

 

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Kirsten Gantenbein

Kirsten Gantenbein

Principal Content Strategist at EMC Isilon Storage Division
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