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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 25, 2019

IBM GPFS pattern type makes use of proprietary GPFS wrappers with a defect

The GPFS pattern type version 1.2.10.0 will only use the GPFS wrappers included with the GPFS product in the next release of the GPFS pattern type. Today, GPFS pattern type 1.2.10.0, automatically deployed with two sets of GPFS wrappers. The ones that have been built by the IBM PureApplication development team, and
the ones that were subsequently built and included with the GPFS product.

The username for the remote SSH connections is a parameter and derived from the calling context,
however the private key for authentication has been hardcoded to be the one of the gpfsprod user. In the context of PureApp, the user should always be gpfsprod. From a consistency point of view, the user should also be hardcoded.

Idea priority High
RFE ID 132394
RFE URL
RFE Product PureApplication System
  • Guest
    Dec 5, 2019

    This RFE should also address the issue reported in PMR 84598,211,788 "GPFS client cluster authorisation are not automatically removed when GPFS client VSI is deleted".