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vulndude
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Help me get an inventory of Isilon devices from InsightIQ.

I need to get an inventory of Isilion devices along with their assigned IP addresses.  I know nothing about InsightIQ, but it's what we use to manage our storage infrastructure.  Is there a report available or one I could create that I could have our Isilon admin schedule to be dumped to a CSV file?  I would like to move this info to our asset tracking system. Any help would be appreciated.

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PhilLam
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Re: Help me get an inventory of Isilon devices from InsightIQ.

vulndude

Ask the Isilon admin to give you this output from Isilon CLI.  Gives you capacity, serial number of node, product/model of node.

:

# isi status -q

# isi_for_array -s 'isi_hw_status | grep -i ser'

# isi_for_array -s 'isi_hw_status | grep -i product'

EXAMPLE:

s200-1# isi status -q

Cluster Name: s200

Cluster Health:     [  OK ]

Cluster Storage:  HDD                 SSD Storage

Size:             18.0T (18.6T Raw)   551.2G (551.2G Raw)

VHS Size:         646.6G

Used:             773.8G (4%)         2.2G (< 1%)

Avail:            17.2T (96%)         549.0G (> 99%)

                   Health  Throughput (bps)  HDD Storage      SSD Storage

ID |IP Address     |DASR |  In   Out  Total| Used / Size     |Used / Size

---+---------------+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----------------+-----------------

  1|10.235.0.246   | OK  | 1.6k|41.1M|41.1M| 258G/ 6.2T(  4%)| 756M/ 184G(< 1%)

  2|10.235.0.247   | OK  | 109k|    0| 109k| 258G/ 6.2T(  4%)| 757M/ 184G(< 1%)

  3|10.235.0.248   | OK  | 1.3k|38.6k|39.9k| 258G/ 6.2T(  4%)| 754M/ 184G(< 1%)

---+---------------+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----------------+-----------------

Cluster Totals:          | 112k|41.1M|41.2M| 774G/18.0T(  4%)| 2.2G/ 551G(< 1%)

     Health Fields: D = Down, A = Attention, S = Smartfailed, R = Read-Only

s200-1# isi_for_array -s 'isi_hw_status | grep -i ser'

s200-1:   SerNo: SS200-301238-0336

s200-2:   SerNo: SS200-301242-0055

s200-3:   SerNo: SS200-301238-0341

s200-1# isi_for_array -s 'isi_hw_status | grep -i product'

s200-1: Product: S200-2U-Dual-48GB-2x1GE-2x10GE SFP+-7066GB-200GB SSD

s200-2: Product: S200-2U-Dual-48GB-2x1GE-2x10GE SFP+-7066GB-200GB SSD

s200-3: Product: S200-2U-Dual-48GB-2x1GE-2x10GE SFP+-7066GB-200GB SSD

s200-1#

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