SCM and the entire SAS switch/Raid Module are a cancer in the otherwise
very nice BladeCenter Family.
I have one running on w7, the problem lies on what version of the browser
It's still avaiable on fixcentral last i checked (a few months ago).
System Director didn't replace SCM, SCM is the ONLY way to manage those
things (unless you want to log in via CLI, which in some cases you have to
do due to the SCM interface not wanting to edit zones or the like)
Best of luck with that.

On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 6:11 PM, Pete Helgren <pete@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I know most of you folks aren't running IBM i in a Bladecenter, but *just*
in case you do, anyone had recent luck running the Storage Configuration
Manager? It is a web-based tool that installs on a Windows server (Linux,
too, I believe) and it allows you to manage the storage on the
Bladecenter. It's a pretty much single use setup and I use it so rarely I
often forget that I installed it. In any case, I need to reallocate some
storage and it just flat out doesn't connect to the SAS RAID controllers so
I am dead stick. Seems to be a Java client thing but I can't tell for
sure. Worse, I can't find any links that will take me to the download for
the software that are on the IBM site. Most links dead end at IBM Systems
Director but I can't tell if that has replaced the Storage Configuration

If anyone has recently used the SCM or knows what has happened to it
(like, has it been replaced or is there a new version lurking somewhere?)
could you let me know? It has seemingly disappeared from the IBM site.

Pete Helgren
GIAC Secure Software Programmer-Java

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