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Hardware-assisted (HWassist) takeover - Resolution guide

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 
  • Hardware-assisted takeover (HWassist)

Description

How hardware-assisted takeover works - Enabled by default, the hardware-assisted takeover  (HWassist) feature can speed up the takeover process by using a node’s remote management device (Service Processor).

  • Below is a collection of content releated to the  hardware-assisted takeover feature.

Procedure

Overview

 

Platform  
  • AFF A700/FAS9000
  • AFF A300/FAS8200
  • AFF A220/FAS2750/FAS2720
  • AFF A200/FAS2650/FAS620
  • AFF C190
  • AFF A900
  • AFF A800, AFF C800
  • AFF A700s
  • AFF A400, AFF C400
  • AFF A320
  • AFF A250, AFF C250
  • FAS9500
  • FAS8700
  • FAS8300
  • FAS500f

 

 

 

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