In case you were not able to attend, members of our UCS TME team along with Johnny Devaprasad from Bright Computing hosted a deep dive discussion dive discussion on managing Standalone C-Series Servers where we shared a number of new ‘tricks’ for managing your C-Series Servers based on areas of unique innovation in these systems. This session provided best practices, recommendations, demonstrations, and pointers to relevant reference documentation for managing the Cisco UCS Servers.
Eric Williams , Technical Marketing Engineer, Cisco
Jeff Foster, Technical Marketing Engineer, Cisco
Steve McQuerry, Technical Marketing Engineer, Cisco Johnny Devaprasad, Bright Computing
The "Get-UcsMemoryUnit" command provides lots of information, but not the PID. I read somewhere that "Get-UcsCapability" is supposed to provide the PID for the associated ManagedObject but it does not appear to accept Cisco.Ucsm.MemoryUnit even thoug...
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