But hey, I always like to be running the latest/greatest, so I downloaded and installed the latest firmware! – Which when you browse to it on your ix4, you end up seeing a page which looks like… This has a few little gems, only two of which will I look at in any detail – Support Access and Recover Disks Well, Support Access looks pretty damn straight forward!Stor Center ix4-200d Firmware Version 184.108.40.206: Read First (You’ll find this to be quick and painless! Check the box, reboot, and SSH will be enabled (permanently!So, I feel comfortable sharing the process on how to do this.. ” If you come across a site referencing it though, I’d be glad to add it to the mix! because frankly, I had to find it from the outside looking in!
When evaluating consumer SSD companies, we're looking at four key factors: controller technology, NAND fab ownership, engineering prowess and brand power.Well, that's not entirely accurate, the number of manufacturers selling SSDs has increased, though the variation in solutions has not.To put a finer point on it, there are manufacturers who are innovating or otherwise adding value, and there are those who are simply slapping a brand on an SSD, without providing consumers with much of a support network or adding even incremental value along the way.The array manager is often just a graphical front end for supplying variables to the SRA.Of course I'm assuming you have a storage array which is supported for use with SRM.