OneFS authentication is implemented for many different storage environments and authentication requirements can differ from setup to setup. Background authentication processes (daemons) add complexity to configuring authentication. Issues can and do arise. But help and guidance are readily available!
Check out the new and most popular EMC Isilon customer support content for October. Each month I’ll post a summary of newly published content for Isilon customers, as well as the Isilon Top 10’s:
Top 10 Knowledgebase articles
Top 10 Customer Support documents
Top 10 Isilon Info Hubs
New Isilon support content
Here are links to new customer support content that was published in October 2015. Enjoy!
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Cluster Talk Podcast
Episode 8: Chris and Scott examine how Big Data helps everything from retailers plotting what costumes will sell 18 months from now to a data scientist dad optimizing his son’s trick-or-treat route. Bonus: Chris covers user questions about InsightIQ, and the fearless hosts carefully screen Cool Commands. In happy talk, Chris spaces out, and Scott shoots cops (and they like it).
Heads up – EMC Isilon OneFS 7.0.x reaches the end of its service life (EOSL) on November 30, 2015. If you are running any version of the OneFS 7.0.x family, we encourage you to upgrade to the latest Target Code release in the OneFS 7.2.0 family before November 30, 2015. See the Target Code table on the Uptime Information Hub landing page for a list of recommended OneFS Target Code versions and release notes.
Note: if you call Support to open a case after the November 30 EOSL date, you will be directed to upgrade to a supported OneFS family. Support might still triage your issue, but only on a limited basis, and no patches will be offered or available.
Upgrading to OneFS Target Code
OneFS Target Code is a version of OneFS that has proven, through extensive use in the field, to surpass the high bar set for all OneFS releases. If you need help at any point in the upgrade, contact EMC Isilon Technical Support or your account team. See Upgrading to OneFS Target Code for more information.
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