Hi Sun Gurus
I did not get any perfect answers for my question but there were couple of
useful mails from
All of them seem to agree that the NA 5000 is a good product and works fine
with EXX00 servers.
The Enterprise Volume Manager 2.5 is also considered quite stable. But no
word on EVM 2.6 yet.
I have got confirmation from Sun that the commands used in EVM 2.5 and EVM
2.6 are same.
So I guess that it is worth giving it a try.
Thanks to all who replied . Please send me any info yet if any one of you
find it usefull enough.
My earlier mail is enclosed below. I am sorry for being late to summarize
but I was all the while
waiting for some more answers.
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> HI Sun Gurus..
> We have a customer with an existing Enterprise 3000 and SSA 100 setup
> running Solaris 2.6 and Enterprise Volume Manager 2.5 nicely at the
> moment.The customer now wishes to replace the SSA 100 with NA5000 and load
> the Enterprise Volume Manager 2.6 ( which is bundled along with NA 5000)
> on the E3K. He also wants to change the existing 3 * 167Mhz CPU with 4 *
> 336Mhz CPU on E3K.
> My questions are,
> 1. Has anybody tried the combination of E3K with 4 * 336Mhz CPU's + NA
> 5000 + EVM 2.6 ?
> Is it stable and worth going for..?
> 2. Are the commands in EVM 2.6 same as the ones in EVM 2.5 ? This is
> needed as the customer uses
> some shell scripts to do some manual operations on EVM 2.5 currently.
> 3.The NA 5000 had lots of problems with patches when it was released
> initially. Is it a stable product now..?
> Any information,experience on even one the above is most welcome. I have
> searched on Sun Manager Archives but could not find any worthwhile
> information and hence I have mailed this to you Gurus..I will ofcourse ,
> summarize at the end. My mail id is email@example.com.
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