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Announcing TrueCommand

Scharbag

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#41
Seems like an interesting concept and a central platform to manage storage systems would be very useful. However, I'd be embarrassed to deploy TrueCommand with all the child-esque avatars and farm animals for user profiles and teams. This is a cool concept platform, but it needs some re-working to be more professional in style and appearance for me to utilize this in a client environment.
The world is getting too serious. Live a little!! :)
 

ThreeDee

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#43
Seems like an interesting concept and a central platform to manage storage systems would be very useful. However, I'd be embarrassed to deploy TrueCommand with all the child-esque avatars and farm animals for user profiles and teams. This is a cool concept platform, but it needs some re-working to be more professional in style and appearance for me to utilize this in a client environment.
Thanks for the feedback! Avatar updates have been implemented and will be available in the first official release.
 

Snow

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#44
This is a great Idea Love it! will be testing it out soon.

Could you add in UPS support :p JK about the UPS stuff.
 
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#45
It would be great to see which of my systems is consuming how many licenses (disk count)... I think I have been mistakenly not calculating the boot drives and L2ARC/SLOG, for instance.

I can't find where in the console to see the actual count of disks per system.
 
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#46
@sretalla : Sounds like a good feature request for 1.1
We show the total number of disks on the administration/licensing page, but the disk count per system is still buried in the stats that the middleware reports through the API:

If you open up the API Interface page in the user menu, you can manually submit this API call to see the count of disks per system:
* Namespace: servers
* Name: list
* Arguments: { "with_details" : true }

Then in the Response on the right-hand side, you can open up the individual system info objects and find the disk number in the "system ID" -> "current_stats" -> "disk_num" field.
 
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