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Controller Nodes Fibre Channel Host Ports Optional iSCSI Host Ports Built-in Remote Copy Ports GBs Control Cache GBs Data Cache

F400
2 2–4 0 – 24 0 – 16 2 8-16 12-24

T400
2–4 0 – 64 0 – 16 2 8-16 24-48

T800
2–8 0 – 128 0 – 32 2 8-32 24-96

0 – 12 0–8 2 8 12

Disk Drives
Drive Types

16 - 192
50GB SSD, 146/300/600GB FC and/or 1TB/2TB NL

16 - 384
50GB SSD, 146/300/600GB FC and/or 1TB/2TB NL

16 – 640
50GB SSD, 146/300/600GB FC and/or 1TB/2TB NL

16 – 1,280
50GB SSD, 146/300/600GB FC and/or 1TB/2TB NL

Max Capacity Throughput/ IOPS (from disk) SPC-1 Benchmark Results

128TB 1,300 (MB/s) / 46,800

384TB 2,600 (MB/s) / 93,600 93,050 SPC-1 IOPS

400TB 3,200 (MB/s) / 156,000

800TB 6,400 (MB/s) / 312,000 224,990 SPC-1 IOPS
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3PAR F-Class Architecture Basics
• Same underlined architecture as the TClass – tailored for the midrange
– Cache coherent & massively load balanced – Mixed workload & Fast RAID – Thin Built In

• Same advanced 3PAR software as in the T-Class
– – – – – InForm OS Thin Provisioning & Virtual Copy Dynamic Optimization Virtual Domains Remote Copy (connect to other InServ models)

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3PAR InServ F-Class Storage Server Specifications F-Class Controllers (Rearview) 4U Integrated Power Supply & Battery Integrated Power Supply & Battery Optional Adapter Slots Built-in Fibre Channel (4Gb/s) ports Built-in GigE port for Remote Copy F-Class Drive Chassis (frontview) HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD 3U Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

33GHz CPU per node One 3PAR Gen3 ASIC per node 4GB Control & 6GB Data Cache per node Built-in I/O ports per node – 4 FC (4Gb/s) ports (host or backend connectivity) – Gigabit Ethernet port for Remote Copy Optional I/O adapter slots per node – Up to 2 slots per node (or up to 4 more FC and/or iSCSI ports per node 4U Form Factor Cabinet Options: 2M Cabinet or 3rd party rack mountable 4U Integrated Power Supply & Battery Integrated Power Supply & Battery • Optional Adapter Slots Built-in Fibre Channel (4Gb/s) ports Built-in GigE port for Remote Copy • • F-Class Drive Chassis (frontview) HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD HDD 3U • • • • • 4Gb/sec internally switched FC Drive Chassis 16 drives in 3U Up to 384 drives across 24 Drive Chassis Mixable FC and Nearline drives Cabinet Options: 2M Cabinet or 3rd party rack mountable Serving Information 5 .3PAR InServ F-Class Storage Server Specifications F-Class Controllers (Rearview) • • • • One Xeon Quad-Core 2.

3PAR InServ F-Class Port Configuration Recommendations Configured for Greater Host Connectivity Slot 2 Slot 0 Disk Slot 1 Host Port 4 Port 3 Port 2 Port 1 Host Disk Configured for Greater Disk Connectivity Slot 2 Slot 0 Disk Slot 1 Host Port 4 Port 3 Port 2 Port 1 Disk Disk Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

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VLUNS (LUNS) Logical disks (LDs) Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .InServ Concepts for Volume Management Section Content covers: – – – – – – InServ Chunklet/Physical disk InServ RAID 1 InServ RAID 5 InServ RAID MP (RAID 6) Virtual Volumes.

Disks are broken up into 256 MB fine grained Chunklets “Chunklets”… 256MB make 3Par Virtualized Storage Arrays and Fast Increase performance over traditional methods like Hyper / Meta’s by using uniformed fine grain 256 MB data “Chunklets” No wasted space Enables Hosts to have faster access to data across drives Allows for performance optimized and easier Array management Maximizes Throughput in MB’s and IOP’s Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Physical Disk – Chunklets (256 MB) Physical Disk C = 256 MB Data Chunklet SC = 256 MB Spare Chunklet C C C C C C Each InServ Physical disk is initialized with data chunklets and spare chunklets. SC SC SC Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

3PAR RAID 1 Concepts • RAID 1 is “mirrored” data • Data is written as “paired” chunklets • Each “chunklet” on the RAID set is on a different physical disk Setsize = 2 Default size (RAID 1) C C Usable space = 256 MB Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

3PAR RAID 5 Concepts • RAID 5 uses parity to reconstruct data • RAID 5 uses a setsize of 4 by default Setsize = 4 (3+1) C C C C C p C p C p C C Default size (RAID 5) Usable space = 768 MB (3*256) Setsize = 6 (5+1) C C C c c p Usable space = 1280 MB (5*256) Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

3PAR RAID 5 Concepts Cont’d C C C C C C c c p Setsize = 9 (8+1) What is the usable space for this setsize? Usable space = 2048 MB (8*256) Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

3:1 in both cases. Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .3PAR RAID Multi Parity (MP) Concepts • RAID MP uses parity (double parity – can deliver data in a double disk failure) to reconstruct data and performed in the ASIC XOR engine • RAID MP only supports two setsizes ( 8 and 16) • The default set size of 8 has the same data to parity ratio as the default RAID-5 set size of 4 -.

3PAR Volume Management View Physical Disks Chunklets Logical disks Virtual Volumes OLTP D. • The 3PAR InForm OS manages the above automatically 3PAR VM manages and presents volumes to server farms Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .W.

3PAR InServ Virtual Volume The only storage component visible to Hosts Virtual Volume Host Sees Virtual Volume as a LUN Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Logical Disk • A collection of physical disk chunklets (256 MB) • Arranged as rows of RAID sets • Each RAID set is made up of chunklets from different physical disks • A chunklet can only be assigned to one logical disk Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

InServ Virtual Volume For RAID 5 6 GB VV Virtual Volume C = 256 MB Chunklet 3072 MB per Node/LD 3072 MB per Node/LD Node Logical Disk Node Logical Disk 1 2 1 2 3 4 C C C P C C P C C P C C P C C C 4 RAID Sets * 768 MB usable data = 3072 MB C C C P C C P C C P C C P C C C 3 4 RAID Set RAID Set Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3PAR Virtualization: Load balanced across 3 Tiers Virtual Volume Hosts see a “LUN” Balance Load Across Nodes Logical Disk Node 0 master Node 1 backup Node 1 master Node 0 backup Node 2 master Node 3 backup Node 3 master Node 2 backup Balance Load Across Disks Raid Set Raid Set . . . . . . . . . . 3PAR InForm™ OS uses chunklets like legacy systems use physical disks Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Raid Set Raid Set Raid Set Raid Set Raid Set Raid Set Physical Disk (Chunklets) . . . . . . . . .

Default InServ Layout of 2 Node 6 GB Logical Disk • • InServ will place “chunklets” on separate physical disks InServ will insure physical disks are on separate drive magazines InServ will try to have each drive magazine on a separate drive chassis InServ will try to make each Logical Disk owned by each node the same size • • Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

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Scalable. autonomic administration 3PAR InForm OS • Scalable GUI – Java-based – Spans multiple 3PAR systems • Comprehensive CLI – Platform independent – Multiple levels of administration • • SMI-S Support Autonomic Administration – Knowledge of the underlying logical and physical devices is not required for administration – Availability and performance rules are implemented intelligently by the system based on available resources Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

3PAR Full Copy : flexible point-in-time copies 3PAR Full Copy Base Volume • Share data quickly and easily • Full physical point-in-time copy of base volume • Independent of base volume’s RAID and physical layout properties for maximum flexibility • Fast resynchronization capability • Thin Provisioning-aware • Full copies can consume same physical capacity as Thin Provisioned base volume Full Copy Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

planning. MySQL. including Virtual Domains • Useful for troubleshooting. charge-back. Excel • Directly via published DB schema Serving Information 32 . SLA management • Custom thresholds and e-mail notifications • DB Choices: SQLite.3PAR System Reporter: Historical Reporting 3PAR System Reporter • Historical system data covering performance trends and capacity utilization • Metering of all physical and logical objects. Mozilla. Oracle • DB Access: • Clients: Windows IE.

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Objectives • At the end of this presentation the user should be able to : – – – – – – Explain the benefits of Thin Provisioning Understand the concepts of Thin Provisioning Set-up a Common Provisioning Group (CPG) Create a Thin Provisioned Virtual Volume (TPVV) Manage Alerts for CPG Understand Best Practices of CPG Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Reduce storage capacity costs by reclaiming storage capacity that is deleted but still “locked” in allocated space Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .Reduce storage capacity costs by allowing “thin” volumes to stay “thin” • Thin Copy Reclamation .Rapid migration from Fat to Thin allows for easy conversion from legacy storage environments at line speeds Preserve service levels or performance impact during Migrations • Thin Persistence .Thin Technologies • Thin Conversion .

cooling.open and heterogeneous migrations for any-to-3PAR migrations • Preserved service levels – high performance during migrations Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential . and floor space • Unique 3PAR Gen3 ASIC with built-in zero detection delivers: • Simplicity and speed – eliminate the time & complexity of getting thin • Choice .Thin Conversion • Thin your online SAN storage up to 75% • A practical and effective solution to eliminate costs associated with: • Storage arrays and capacity • Software licensing and support • Power.

Leverage standard file system tools/scripts to write zero blocks.Thin Persistence • Non-disruptive and application-transparent “re-thinning” of thin provisioned volumes • Thin “insurance” against unexpected or thin-hostile application behavior • Returns space to thin provisioned volumes and to free pool for reuse • Unique 3PAR Gen3 ASIC with built-in zero detection delivers: • Simplicity – No special host software required. • Preserved service levels – zeroes detected and unmapped at line speeds Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Thin Copy Reclamation • Online thin copy “re-thinning” • Capacity can be freed from Thin Copies as they age and are deleted • Full/Virtual/Remote Copies • Minimal performance overhead • Supported on all InServs • T. F and E-class • Available for all supported hosts • No special host software required Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential . S.

Thin-Reclaim Reclaim • How previously thin-provisioned SD/SD2 space becomes unused? – Remove snapshot. and thus copy space is less utilized – Zero detection (thin built-in). zero cmp filled Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

3PAR Thin Provisioning • Offers a simple solution to the problem of unused allocated capacity • Allows IT departments to safely allocate to an application as much “virtual” logical capacity as conceivably needed • Actual “physical” capacity is drawn from a common pool called a Common Provisioning Group (CPG) • The physical capacity drawn from the CPG relates directly to Application writes (dedicate on write) Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Dedicate on Write - Volume Volume Volume Volume Volume Volume Written Data Written Data Written Data Written Data Written Data Written Data Common Buffer Pool Purchased Physical Capacity Purchased Physical Capacity Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .Dedicate on Allocation 3PAR Thin Provisioning .Traditional versus Thin Provisioning Traditional (Fat) Provisioning .

performance. availability Physical Disks broken into Chunklets (256MB each) Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential . availability.Typical 3PAR Virtual Volume Management Host Servers See LUNs with tailored cost. performance. and capacity OLTP Virtual Volumes of any size (256MB to 2TB each) Traditional Virtual Volume Management Logical Disks are prededicated to support the entire logical capacity of Virtual Volumes DW Logical Disks intelligent combinations of chunklets for tailored cost.

performance. availability. availability Physical Disks broken into Chunklets (256MB each) Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential . performance.3PAR Thin Provisioned Volume Management Host Servers See LUNs with tailored cost. and capacity OLTP Virtual Volumes of any size (256MB to 2TB each) Thin Provisioned Virtual Volume Management Logical Disks are created and dedicated as needed to support the “written to” portion of Virtual Volumes DW Common Provisioning Groups manage the creation and dedication of Logical Disks Logical Disks intelligent combinations of chunklets for tailored cost.

Common Provisioning Group (CPG) • A virtual pool of logical disks • Automatically provisions logical capacity to Snapshot Administration (SA) and Snapshot Data (SD) • Snapshot Data is the Virtual Volumes User Space • Careful planning and monitoring is essential to manage space • 3PAR provides many “Safety” mechanisms to help manage CPGs Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Thin Provisioned Virtual Volumes (TPVVs) • TPVVs behave like traditional VVs – the differences are transparent to the host • Virtual capacity is represented to host servers and applications as a Virtual Volume • A TPVV has no user space • A base TPVV users space is mapped “on demand” to a Snapshot Data (SD) on a copy-on-write basis • The Snapshot Administration (SA) and SD spaces of a TPVV are always associated with a CPG • The same ease-of-use for VVs exist with TPVVs Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Administering CPGs and TPVVs • Gui • CLI – createcpg – createtpvv Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Where to Find Help on CPGs and TPVVs • 3PAR InForm OS Command Line Interface Reference • createtpvv • createcpg • 3PAR OS InForm Administrator’s Guide • Using Common Provisioning Groups • Consult HP 3PAR SE for Technical Assistance • White Paper – 3PAR Thin Provisioning “Architecture Overview and Best Practices” Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

CLI <createcpg> command Task: Create a CPG where the “set auto grow” is 16GB with a “Growth limit” of 32 GB and has a “Growth warning” at 24 GB.Creating a Common Provisioning Group (CPG) . CLI% createcpg –sdgs 16g –sdgl 32g –sdgw 24g cpgretail Note: For a Full listing of <createcpg> command options refer to the “OS CLI Reference” Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Growth Increment Considerations • Should not exceed available space on your system • The nature of the data running on the system • The number of CPGs in the system • The number of volumes associated with those CPGs • Anticipated growth rate of the volumes associated with the CPG Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .Growth Increment Defaults and Minimums Note: A smaller growth increment carries less risk in that it can prevent the CPG from automatically allocating a large amount of space at an inopportune time. * If not sure – discuss with your SE.

Determining Space Usage • Showcpg -r At Creation After TPVV Creation Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

CPG Growth Warning • When a CPG approaches its “growth” warning an “alert” is generated • The Administrator should check and determine if any action is required upon receiving a “growth” warning • The InServ will suspend writes when a CPG is out of space • An Administrator can add physical disk space or limit the future growth of volumes that draw from the CPG Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

CPG Growth Limit • The InServ Administrator must be very careful when setting “Growth Limits” • The Administrator can set a Growth limit greater than the systems physical disk space • Recommendation: Do not allow a volume that draws form a CPG to exceed its growth limit System Alert: If a volume that draws from the CPG reaches the CPG’s growth limit. an “alert” is generated notifying you that all logical capacity for the CPG has been consumed Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Viewing Alerts Using InForm GUI • Alerts can be seen by viewing the “Alert Pane” or selecting “Events” from InForm GUI Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Thinly Provisioned Virtual Volumes • A base volume capable of responding to host write requests by allocating space on demand in small increments • Structured so that each volumes virtual size (the size that the volume presents to the host) always remains the same • The storage behind the volume is allocated on demand Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

TPVV Components • Snapshot Data Space – Known as copy space – Contains the volumes user data and snapshot copy data – A TPVV can have its user data or VC data in separate CPGs (different QOS) • Snapshot Administration – Known as admin space – A Pointer file that “points” to VC or TPVVs Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

Creating a TPVV • Creating a TPVV where the VC space and the user space are in the same CPG createvv –tpvv –snp_cpg Raid1FC Raid1FC TPVV_oracle_log 50G • Creating a TPVV where the VC space is in a different CPG than the user space createvv –tpvv –snp_cpg Raid5NL Raid1FC TPVV_Oracle 50G Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

<setcpg> command is used to – Availability edit CPG parameters – Stepsize – Rowsize – Disk Filter Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .Editing CPG Parameters • The following CPG parameters can be edited: – Growth increment – Growth warning – Growth limit • The following Logical disk parameters for CPG can be edited: You can use “CLI” or “GUI” to make the – RAID Type changes.

Removing a CPG • A CPG can be removed if no volumes are drawing Logical Disks from it • To remove CPG using GUI (right click): • To remove using CLI – <removecpg> command Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

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or FC – Thin provisioning aware – No extra copies or infrastructure needed Thin Provisioned Base Volume Thin 3PAR Remote Copy Primary Secondary vs. or Synchronous Long Distance Secondary Unused Purchased Capacity Actual Used Capacity Serving Information .Remote Copy: Protect and share data affordably 3PAR Remote Copy • Smart – Initial setup in minutes – Simple. intuitive commands – No consulting services – VMware SRM integration • Thin – Native IP-based. Other Common Approach Base Volume Remote Copy Converter/ Extender Converter/ Extender BCV • Ready – Mirror between any InServ size or model Primary – Many to one. Synchronous. one to many – Asynchronous Periodic.

Delete old snapshot A B BR AR Ready for next resynchronization Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential 62 .How Asynchronous Periodic Mode Works Primary Site Time Base Volume Snapshot Secondary Site Base Volume Snapshot 1 Initial Copy A B B-A delta AR AR BR Resynchronization. Starts with snapshots 2 Resynchronization. Delta Copy 3 Upon Completion.

Asynchronous Periodic and Test/Dev SnapShots Primary Site Base Snapshot Volume 1 Initial Copy Resynchronization Starts with snapshots Resynchronization Delta Copy 3 Upon Completion. Delete old snapshot Ready for next resynchronization 4 Snapshot Copy (Read only) Snapshot Copies (Read/Write Copy) Secondary Site Test / Dev Base RW Snapshot RO Volume Snapshot Snapshots A B B-A delta A R AR B R 2 A B B R AR C E Serving Information 5 D 3PAR Company Confidential 63 .

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LDAP.024 Virtual Domains / InServ 65 .Ready 3PAR Virtual Domains: Ready for consolidation Virtual Machines for Shared Systems • Simple and Secure • Master administrator creates/assigns users. logical elements. & Remote Copy • Improved QoS • Completely virtual implementation preserves massively parallel InServ load balancing • Higher performance and availability levels than preconsolidation levels • Virtual Domains Ideal for: • “Self-service” storage • Disparate applications and user groups • Test & Dev. + Production • Error prevention • Compliance Virtual Domain A Hosts CPG Parameters Access Volumes Hosts CPG Parameters Virtual Domain B Access Volumes Up to 1. and domains • Users authorized to manage elements in their Domain(s) only with Domain-specific statistics • Integrated with System Reporter.

Thin

Virtual Copy: Protect, retain & share data affordably
3PAR Virtual Copy
• Smart – Safely promoteable snapshots – Safely deleteable snapshots – Scheduled creation/deletion – Consistency groups Base Volume 100s of Snaps… …but just one CoW

• Thin – Reservationless snapshots – Non-duplicative snapshots – Thin Provisioning aware – Automatic space reclamation of deleted snaps • Ready – Instant readable or writeable snapshots – Snapshots of snapshots – "mySnapshot“ utility – Virtual Lock for retention of read-only snaps

Integration with Oracle, SQL, Exchange, VMware VDI

Smart

Dynamic Optimization: No complexity or disruption

No
Performance
migrations !

Fibre Channel Drives
RAID 5 RAID 5 (2+1) (3+1) RAID 5 (7+1) RAID MP (6+2) RAID 1 RAID MP (14+2) RAID 1

Nearline Drives
RAID 5 (3+1) RAID 5 (7+1) RAID MP (6+2) RAID MP (14+2) RAID 5 (2+1)

Optimize performance, efficiency and resiliency… non-disruptively in a single command

Cost per Useable TB

Adaptive Optimization Overview
• An Adaptive Optimization (AO) configuration provides application specific profile
– Up to 3 configurable tiers per AO profile – Vary storage type, RAID type, availability settings, stripe characteristics, data placement on platter
Application Profile A
Tier 1 SSD R5 (3+1) Tier 2 FC 15K R5 (3+1) Tier 3 SATA R5 (7+1)
Volume 3 Volume 4

Multiple AO profiles per system
– Each supports one or more volumes / applications – Sub-disk technology: Different profiles can share physical disks

Application Profile B
Tier 1 SSD R5 (3+1)

Volume 1

Volume 2

Autonomic policy execution with manual overrides:
– Execution schedule, sample interval – Maximum capacity to move – Maximum period for data movement

Tier 3 SATA R5 (3+1)

Application performance prioritization
– Selectively allocate valuable resources (e.g. SSD) – Intelligently optimize data movement with QoS Gradients: performance, balanced, cost
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Provisioning and Management • • • • • Users Ports Hosts Common Provisioning Group (CPG) Virtual Volumes (VV) – Fat volumes – Thin volumes – VLUNs • Host Sets • VV Sets Serving Information 74 .

Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .Why Host Personas • Different operating systems require slightly different behaviors both from the port level and the SCSI layer • Host persona splits this into SCSI layer behaviors (host persona capabilities) and port behavior settings (via “controlport config”) • Multiple host types can share a single InServ Storage Server port. • Each host initiator gets its unique FC/SCSI level behavior.

Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential . and RTPG. SesLun. AIX.Available Host Personas For HPUX. and ONTAP all Host Personas are “Legacy Personas” since each OS was not going to take advantage of the new “Capabilities” of UARelLun.

Host Personas – Some Details • Host personas are tied to the host name and identified by the host persona number • The host persona number can be set when the host is created or can be modified later • The host personas can be created. removed or displayed using the IMC or CLI commands Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential 77 . modified.

How Does It Work • Controlport config sets existing and new loop attributes Follow Implementation Guides – disk--initiator ports (IGs) exactly when configuring hosts – host--target ports – rcfc--remote copy – loop/point--connection topology – unique_nwwn--ontap ports Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential 78 .

Host Persona Capabilities • UARepLun --Issue CC/UA report luns changed on vlun exports (new) • SESLun --Make lun 254 available for host agent (new) • RTPG --Report Target Port Group support for ALUA (new) • NACA --Normal Auto Contingent Allegiance (AIX) • VolSetAdd --Volume Set Addressing (HPUX) • SoftInq --"Soft Inquiry" for EGENERA/ONTAP Serving Information 3PAR Company Confidential .

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call: – 1-888-372-7226 – 24 x 7 • Create an iSupport account – Go to the 3PAR website • Services.SUPPORT • For any issue with your InServ. open service ticket Serving Information 81 . then “log in to 3PAR Central” – Can download manuals.