If you’ve started using Isilon’s Self-Service Platform, you know how useful its health checks and troubleshooting assistance can be. If you aren’t familiar with the Self-Service Platform, see our previous blog post.

EMC Isilon’s Serviceability team is continually working to improve the tool by adding new capabilities. For example, one new feature in version 1.5.6 checks for outdated patches installed on the cluster. Another new feature tells you whether any EMC Technical Advisories (ETAs) might affect your cluster.

To make sure that you have the most up-to-date version of the tool, visit the Self-Service Platform Info Hub. On the Info Hub, you can download the tool, read the latest documentation, and start a discussion with the development team.

As always, we look forward to hearing from you about your experience.

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Deborah Eisenstein

Deborah Eisenstein

Principal Technical Content Developer at EMC Isilon Storage Division
Principal Technical Content Developer EMC Isilon Storage Division
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2 Comments

  1. vikas says:

    Is there any self service restore functionality available for Isilon where user can login to a web based console of isilon and can just acees his file only with readonly and download acess. No DELETE acess at all.

    • Risa Galant says:

      Hello Vikas,

      Please contact your Isilon administrator about this, or file a service request with EMC Isilon Technical Support. Thanks!

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