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Old 02-03-2011, 11:54 AM   #1
rjo98
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Dell program to view array config from CLI


Does anyone remember the name of the Dell utility that allows you to view the config of an external array while the server is running, through a CLI.

I have a bad drive in one of my servers, but can't take it down right now but want to see the specs on the drive as none of them are labeled.
 
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