If you’ve been tuning in to the Cluster Talk audio podcast, you’ll know that there’s a segment each episode called “Cool Commands” where they talk about a OneFS command and its application. As an extension of this, we’ve created a video-based version of Cool Commands that focuses on how to find out general or specific information or complete certain tasks.
The first episode describes how to find basic cluster health and job information using commands like isi status and isi job status. In the video, you’ll see the command syntax and we’ll highlight important parts of the output. You’ll also learn how to interpret the output to identify potential issues that might affect your cluster’s performance. The second and third episodes describe how to troubleshoot file access issues on Windows and UNIX clients, respectively. These episodes include a great analogy for how permissions work and step by step troubleshooting to resolve a file access issue.
In future episodes, we’ll describe how to change permissions on UNIX files and folders using chmod and changing the ownership of UNIX files and folders using chown. All the Cool Commands episodes are published on the Isilon Support playlist on EMC’s YouTube Channel. If you have any questions about the videos or suggestions for future episodes, we’d love to hear from you.
Bookmark the Isilon Support playlist and check out the Cool Commands videos, then let us know what you think. If you have feedback for us about this or any other Isilon technical content, email us at email@example.com. And thank you!
Check out the new and most popular EMC Isilon customer support content for November. 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 November 2015. Enjoy!
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Cluster Talk Podcast
Episode 9: Chris and Scott ponder the difference between traditional and NASty with guest correspondent Bill Crew; Chris headlines 2016 Isilon products and features; they consider whether NASA climate data predicts a coming mini-Ice Age; then they explain how synthetic DNA turns yeast into carpets. Hidden Gems: how Isilon users can deploy the cluster monitoring tool that Isilon Support Engineers use. You Asked for It: What is the order of operations for replacing a node? Cool Commands: commands to power down properly. In What’s Making Us Happy, Scott gives The Message, and Chris finds hope for the human race.
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