Oracle Flash Storage Systems Release 6.1
Hardware Installation and Servicing
Oracle FS Systems that are not racked are shipped as separate components. Customers supply their own racks to accommodate these systems. This document describes how to install the individual components, how to connect the system to the Ethernet-based management network and to the customer SAN, and how to perform final system tests and system verification.
Oracle FS Systems that are racked are shipped from the factory as fully mounted and cabled systems. This document describes how to install the racked system in a data center, how to connect the system to the Ethernet-based management network and to the customer SAN, and how to perform final system tests and system verification.
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The Oracle FS System CLI supports automation through custom scripts built and used by an Oracle FS System administrator. This document provides information on how administrators can use scripts in the Oracle FS System CLI to simplify and speed up everyday tasks, improve efficiency, and increase productivity.
The Oracle FS System RESTful API allows you to send service requests to an Oracle FS System in the form of HTTP requests. These HTTP-based service requests help you to manage an Oracle FS System. This document provides the basic concepts and instructions on using the Representational State Transfer (REST) protocol to manage the system.
Legal, Security, and Compliance
Oracle Flash Storage System Third-Party Licenses and Notices
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