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1 RanjithRadhakrishnan commented Permalink

Hi Anthony, <div>&nbsp;</div> Thanks for sharing the information . <div>&nbsp;</div> I was trying to upgrade v7000 code 6.1.9 to 6.2.1 .But it throwing an error . <br /> When i checked the compatibility matrix there is no path showing 6.1.9 to 6.2.1 . <br /> But all other combinations are valid . Does it mean that i don't need to upgrade v7000 currently running 6.1.9 to 6.2.1? <div>&nbsp;</div> Appreciate your kind valuable information <div>&nbsp;</div> Thanks &amp; Regards <br /> Ranjith

2 anthonyv commented Permalink

You absolutely can upgrade from to <br /> I did this very upgrade on my lab SVC and lab Storwize V7000 without issue. <br /> If your having issues, suggest you place a service call to get support.

3 vnarcisi5 commented Permalink

Anthony, does SVC decrease the queue depth to an XIV FC port. If so, what is it decreased to? Thanks, Vince

4 anthonyv commented Permalink

I am unaware of any changes for XIV queue depth in code: <br /> If you check the release notes: <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> There was a change for VMAX: <div>&nbsp;</div> IC71978 I/O queue depth change for EMC VMAX storage controllers

5 apidesh commented Permalink

Hi All, <br /> I upgrade v7000 code 6.1.9 to 6.2.1the complete. <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> Thank you. <div>&nbsp;</div> Apidesh D. <br /> Thailand, <br /> Computer Union

6 anthonyv commented Permalink

Good to hear. I hope you installed (which is the current release).

7 eea commented Permalink

Anthony, <div>&nbsp;</div> Came upon your blog entry while searching for information about the Performance Monitoring screen in the SVC GUI. <div>&nbsp;</div> We are on SVC V6.2.0.1. In the performance screen in the upper left quadrant, CPU Utilization, there is a bar in the lower right corner that we don't understand. While the CPU percent is very low, 3-5%, and the solid blue in the bar reflects that, there is also a line in the bar in the area of about 20%. What does that mean? Is it a high water mark and if so, for what period of time? Tried to paste a picture of the screen but it didn't fly. <div>&nbsp;</div> Thanks, <div>&nbsp;</div> Edith Allison <br /> University of CT <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div>

8 anthonyv commented Permalink

Hi Edith. <br /> It is indeed a high water mark, but only for the period of time that the GUI panel has been opened (or left to run in the background).