Set host connectivity reporting
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- Pools and volume groups
- Volumes and workloads
- Hosts and host clusters
- Hardware components
- Access management
- Unified Manager
- System Manager
You can enable host connectivity reporting so the storage array continuously monitors the connection between the controllers and the configured hosts, and then alerts you if the connection is disrupted. This feature is enabled by default.
If you disable host connectivity reporting, the system no longer monitors connectivity or multipath driver issues with a host connected to the storage array.
Disabling host connectivity reporting also disables automatic load balancing, which monitors and balances controller resource utilization.
Select Settings › System.
Scroll down to Additional Settings, and then click Enable/Disable Host Connectivity Reporting.
The text below this option indicates whether it is currently enabled or disabled.
A confirmation dialog box opens.
Click Yes to continue.
By selecting this option, you toggle the feature between enabled/disabled.