Installed a fresh Windows Vista Business SP2 on an HP DC7900 a couple days ago and since then I haven’t been able to install Windows updates.
I’ve installed/reinstalled the Windows Update Agent 3 (with /wuforce), re-registered Windows Updates DLL files, and have also done an sfc /scannow. None of these actions have resolved the issue.
Google leads me to all types of solutions, hacks, workarounds, thoughts, and so on. Nothing worked.
I downloaded WSUS Offline Update tool and worked around this issue. After applying those updates, I could successfully Check/Install new updates.
Oh, hello Windows Vista Business. I thought I’d never have to see you again.
Here is a listing of commands on the IBM Storwize V3700 along with their descriptions.
The IBM Storwize V3700 does not support SNMP, only sending of SNMP traps. So to view the hardware in a canister of the V3700, you can access the Service console by HTTP using the IP address of the management interface you’ve configured.
This is a different web interface than the standard http://192.168.1.100/ web interface.
You can also look at hardware on the console by SSHing to the V3700 unit.
Here are the informational commands as of v7.6 Storwize V3700.
|lsarray||Displays array managed disks|
|lsarrayinitprogress||Displays the progress of array background initialization.|
|lsarraylba||Displays an array logical block address (LBA) for a drive and LBA.|
|lsarraymember||Displays the member drives of one or more array managed disks.|
|lsarraymembergoals||Displays the spare goals for member drives of one or more array members.|
|lsarraymemberprogress||Displays array member background process status.|
|lsarraysyncprogress||Displays how synchronized a RAID array is.|
|lscontroller||Displays the controllers visible to the system.|
|lscopystatus||Displays whether any file copies are currently in progress.|
|lscurrentuser||Displays the name and role of the logged-in user.|
|lsdependentvdisks||Displays which volumes will go offline if you remove a piece of hardware from the system.|
|lsdiscoverystatus||Displays whether a discovery operation is in progress.|
|lsdrive||Displays configuration information and drive VPD.|
|lsdrivelba||Maps array managed disk logical block address (LBA) to a set of drives.|
|lsdriveprogress||Displays the progress of various drive tasks.|
|lsdriveupgradeprogress||Displays the progress of drive firmware upgrade.|
|lsdumps||Displays files in a dumps directory on one of the node canisters in the system.|
|lsemailserver||Displays the email servers configured on the system.|
|lsemailuser||Displays email event notification settings for email recipients.|
|lsenclosure||Displays a summary of the enclosures.|
|lsenclosurebattery||Displays information about the batteries in the enclosure PSUs.|
|lsenclosurecanister||Displays status for each canister in an enclosure.|
|lsenclosurechassis||Displays information about the enclosure chassis.|
|lsenclosurepsu||Displays information about each power-supply unit (PSU) in the enclosure.|
|lsenclosureslot||Displays information about each drive slot in the enclosure.|
|lsenclosurestats||Displays enclosure statistics.|
|lseventlog||Displays system event log information.|
|lsfabric||Displays a report of the Fibre Channel connectivity between node canisters||controllers and hosts.|
|lsfcconsistgrp||Displays the FlashCopy consistency groups on the system.|
|lsfcmap||Displays the FlashCopy mappings on the system.|
|lsfcmapcandidate||Displays volumes available to create FlashCopy mappings.|
|lsfcmapdependentmaps||Displays the FlashCopy mappings that are dependent on a specified mapping.|
|lsfcmapprogress||Displays the progress of the background copy of a FlashCopy mapping.|
|lsfcportcandidate||Displays unconfigured||logged-in SAS host bus adapter (HBA) ports.|
|lsfeature||Displays available features.|
|lsfreeextents||Displays the number of free extents available on a managed disk.|
|lshbaportcandidate||Displays unconfigured||logged-in host bus adapter (HBA) ports.|
|lshost||Displays the hosts visible to the system.|
|lshostiogrp||Displays the I/O groups associated with a specified host.|
|lshostvdiskmap||Displays volumes that are mapped to a given host.|
|lsiogrp||Displays the I/O groups on the system.|
|lsiogrpcandidate||Displays I/O groups that can have node canisters added to them.|
|lsiogrphost||Displays the hosts mapped to an I/O group.|
|lsiscsiauth||Displays the Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) secret configured for authenticating an entity to the system.|
|lsldap||Displays the system-wide Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) configuration.|
|lsldapserver||Displays all configured Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) servers.|
|lslivedump||Displays the livedump state of a node canister.|
|lsmdisk||Displays the managed disks visible to the system.|
|lsmdiskcandidate||Displays unmanaged disks by ID.|
|lsmdiskextent||Displays the extent allocation between managed disks and volumes.|
|lsmdiskgrp||Displays the storage pools on the system.|
|lsmdisklba||Displays managed disk and logical block address (LBA) for a volume LBA.|
|lsmdiskmember||Displays the volumes using extents on the specified managed disks.|
|lsmigrate||Displays the progress of current data migration operations.|
|lsnodecanister||Displays the node canisters that are part of the system.|
|lsnodecanisterhw||Displays the hardware configuration of node canisters in the system.|
|lsnodecanisterstats||Displays node canister statistics.|
|lsnodecanistervpd||Displays the vital product data (VPD) for each node canister.|
|lspartnership||Displays the current systems partnered with the local system.|
|lspartnershipcandidate||Displays systems available for setting up a partnership with.|
|lsportfc||Displays information about the Fibre Channel I/O ports.|
|lsportip||Displays the iSCSI IP addresses assigned for each port on each node canister in the system.|
|lsportsas||Displays information about the SAS ports.|
|lsportusb||Displays information about the USB ports used for encryption.|
|lsquorum||Displays the managed disks or drives the system is currently using to store quorum data.|
|lsrcconsistgrp||Displays the Metro or Global Mirror consistency on the system.|
|lsrcrelationship||Displays the Metro or Global Mirror relationships on the system.|
|lsrcrelationshipcandidate||Displays volumes available to form Metro Mirror or Global Mirror relationships.|
|lsrcrelationshipprogress||Displays the progress of the background copy of a Metro Mirror or Global Mirror relationship.|
|lsrepairsevdiskcopyprogress||Displays the repair progress for space-efficient volume copies.|
|lsrepairvdiskcopyprogress||Displays the progress of volume repairs and validations.|
|lsrmvdiskdependentmaps||Displays all mappings that must be stopped for a volume to be deleted.|
|lsroute||Displays the IP routing table.|
|lssasfabric||Displays which canisters are visible to a node canister||and the order of these canisters.|
|lssasportcandidate||Displays unconfigured||logged-in FC host bus adapter (HBA) ports.|
|lssecurity||Internal use only.|
|lssevdiskcopy||Displays the space-efficient copies of volumes.|
|lssnmpserver||Displays the SNMP servers configured on the system.|
|lssyslogserver||Displays the syslog servers configured on the system.|
|lssystem||Displays the local system.|
|lssystemip||Displays the system management IP addresses configured for each port.|
|lssystemstats||Displays the most recent values or a history of canister statistics.|
|lstimezones||Displays the time zones that are available on the system.|
|lsupdate||Displays information about system||enclosure||and drive update.|
|lsuser||Displays the users created on the system.|
|lsusergrp||Displays the user groups created on the system.|
|lsvdisk||Displays the volumes on the system.|
|lsvdiskaccess||Displays which IO groups volumes are accessible through.|
|lsvdiskcopy||Displays volume copy information.|
|lsvdiskdependentmaps||Displays FlashCopy mappings with target volumes dependent upon data held on a specified volume.|
|lsvdiskextent||Displays the managed disk extents that are provided for volumes.|
|lsvdiskfcmapcopies||Displays all mappings with a target volume containing a valid copy of a volume.|
|lsvdiskfcmappings||Displays the FlashCopy mappings to which a volume belongs.|
|lsvdiskhostmap||Displays volume to host mappings.|
|lsvdisklba||Displays the volume and logical block address (LBA) for a managed disk LBA.|
|lsvdiskmember||Displays the managed disks that are members of a volume.|
|lsvdiskprogress||Displays the progress during new volume formatting.|
I had 7 days left on my Office 2016 trial remaining when I decided to upgrade to the latest Windows 10 build 14385 the other day.
After upgrading, I launched Office and it went through a setup process and I saw that I had 29 days left on the trial. I was OK that it extended my trial as I figured it was just a fluke.
Well, Build 14388 was released 2 days ago so I just upgraded to that. The Office 2016 trial rearmed again and now I have 29 days again.
Not sure if this is a feature or a bug, but I’ll take it.