IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit v.1.6 for AIX,SLES,HP-UX,RHEL,Windows,Solaris released

IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit for AIX, Version 1.6

The IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit (HAK) for AIX is a software pack that simplifies the task of connecting an IBM AIX host to the IBM XIV Storage System. The HAK provides a set of CLI-based tools that automatically detect any physically connected XIV storage system (single system or an array), define the host on the XIV storage system, and apply best-practice native AIX multipath configuration. After the connection is established, XIV-based storage volumes can be mapped to the host without any additional manual configuration, and can be accessed and used from the host for a range of storage operations.

IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit for SLES, Version 1.6

The IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit (HAK) for SLES is a software pack that simplifies the task of connecting an SLES host to the IBM XIV Storage System. The HAK provides a set of CLI-based tools that automatically detect any physically connected XIV storage system (single system or an array), define the host on the XIV storage system, and apply best-practice native SLES multipath configuration. After the connection is established, XIV-based storage volumes can be mapped to the host without any additional manual configuration, and can be accessed and used from the host for a range of storage operations.

IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit for HP-UX, Version 1.6

The IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit (HAK) for HP-UX is a software pack that simplifies the task of connecting an HP-UX host to the IBM XIV Storage System. The HAK provides a set of CLI-based tools that automatically detect any physically connected XIV storage system (single system or an array), define the host on the XIV storage system, and apply best-practice native HP-UX multipath configuration. After the connection is established, XIV-based storage volumes can be mapped to the host without any additional manual configuration, and can be accessed and used from the host for a range of storage operations.

IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit for RHEL, Version 1.6

The IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit (HAK) for RHEL is a software pack that simplifies the task of connecting a RHEL host to the IBM XIV Storage System. The HAK provides a set of CLI-based tools that automatically detect any physically connected XIV storage system (single system or an array), define the host on the XIV storage system, and apply best-practice native RHEL multipath configuration. After the connection is established, XIV-based storage volumes can be mapped to the host without any additional manual configuration, and can be accessed and used from the host for a range of storage operations.

IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit for Windows, Version 1.6

The IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit (HAK) for Windows is a software pack that simplifies the task of connecting a Microsoft Windows Server host to the IBM XIV Storage System. The HAK provides a set of CLI-based tools that automatically detect any physically connected XIV storage system (single system or an array), define the host on the XIV storage system, and apply best-practice native Windows Server multipath configuration. To further help the administrator, the HAK also installs required Windows Server hotfixes, and checks the compatibility of the installed HBA drivers as it was known when this HAK was released. After the connection is established, XIV-based storage volumes can be mapped to the host without any additional manual configuration, and can be accessed and used from the host for a range of storage operations.

IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit for Solaris, Version 1.6

The IBM XIV Host Attachment Kit (HAK) for Solaris is a software pack that simplifies the task of connecting an Solaris host to the IBM XIV Storage System. The HAK provides a set of CLI-based tools that automatically detect any physically connected XIV storage system (single system or an array), define the host on the XIV storage system, and apply best-practice native Solaris multipath configuration. After the connection is established, XIV-based storage volumes can be mapped to the host without any additional manual configuration, and can be accessed and used from the host for a range of storage operations.

 

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