5 posts • joined 2 Oct 2012
here is some that I know
Probably a good article for a blog post about what Storage arrays run which operating systems.
I find more storage systems are based on Linux these days.
EMC VNX1(block) - Modified Windows Server 2008 R2 (VNX-File DART is BSD?)
3PAR Debian Linux
Engenio (NetApp E-Series) vxWorks
P2000/MSA1040/2040 - Linux (see below)
version=Linux version 184.108.40.206+ (kchaitan@ubuntu) (gcc version 4.3.3 (Sourcery G++ 4.3-234) ) # 1 Tue Jul 15 17:03:18 MDT 2014
Re: It's a people problem
I also think they have lost touch with the community.
And they seem to be facing QA issues with Nexenta 4.0 way overdue now..
NetApp MIdrange Filer Refresh
>>Speaking of NetApp, anyone heard if they are going to refresh the FAS line as EMC is doing with the VNX? Any idea of the new model numbers and what their relative performance is?
Given that Netapp only refreshed the 32XX line with 3220 and 3250 less than 12 months ago. (November 2012) And new 62XX models FAS/V6220, FAS6250 and FAS6290 This Year. (Febuary 2013)
I doubt there is any new midrange Filers coming from Netapp for a while.
DELL MD3 aka MD3660
umm yes the MD3 does hold 60x 3.5" in 4U that's the product Brett Roscoe is refering too.
aka dell DELL MD3660. Which I think is an OEM NetAPp E5400 right?
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