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Warning support managing nodes in DCM

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Warning support managing nodes in DCM

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by igor on 2016-09-05


Hi Friends!

In DCM I have warning:
"You are using a reference implementation of the managment console which supports managing up to 64 nodes. The current number of nodes managed is 440."

Be so kind to explain this issue.

 

(CID:108824352)

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Re: Warning support managing nodes in DCM

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Kresten P. Vester on 2016-09-06


The message only relates to the web interface of Intel DCM (which is not officially supported with ITO).

The instance does support monitoring the nodes you have discovered.

(CID:108824466)

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Re: Warning support managing nodes in DCM

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Kresten P. Vester on 2016-09-06


The message only relates to the web interface of Intel DCM (which is not officially supported with ITO).

The instance does support monitoring the nodes you have discovered.

(CID:108824466)

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