|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||Equallogic Fs7610|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiable|
|Packaging Details:||Standard Carton Box With Foam|
|Product Name:||Dell EqualLogic FS7610 With FluidFS V4||Feature:||Cost-effective|
|Product Configuration:||Supported Storage Arrays||Maximum NAS Cluster Size:||509 TB|
|Minimum/maximum NAS Container Size:||20 MB/509 TB||Maximum File Size:||10 TB|
Dell EqualLogic FS7610 with FluidFS v4
Equallogic Fs7610 storage system
Optimized platform for high speed storage with low total cost of ownership
The next-generation Dell Fluid file system version 4 (FluidFS v4) is equipped with the enterprise-class FS7610 to scale performance and capacity anytime, anywhere. Get higher performance and lower total cost of ownership while:
Linear performance extends up to 494,000 SPECsfs file OPS and 11.9 GB/sec maximum throughput 2
Improve performance even when adding more data with mirrored caching and automatic load balancing
Reduce costs with one of the most cost-effective existing scale-out NAS solutions.
Dell EqualLogic FS7610 Storage - Manage Growth Smartly
Manage growth intelligently
Easily manage storage growth by flexibly and non-disruptively scale performance and capacity independently.
Seamless integration with existing or new Dell Storage PS Series arrays without the need for a generational upgrade.
With the storage backend of the PS array, the block storage capacity and file storage capacity are expanded in a single namespace with a capacity of up to 509 TB3.
Improve scalability, performance, and security with extended protocol support including SMB 3.04, NFS v4 ACLs, and NFS v4.1.
Easily improve performance by adding a second FS7610 device.
Visually manage data blocks and file operations with the PS Series Group Manager or CLI.
Protect data with enterprise-class features
FluidFS also protects your data with the following features:
A file-level snapshot that the user can restore.
Provides snapshot-based file system level asynchronous replication for peer-to-peer FS7610 systems.
Full replication of the entire file system, including sharing, exporting, and permissions, to help make data recovery easy after a disaster.
Common Internet File System (CIFS) anti-virus support is provided through any ICAP AV server and certified partner software.
Network Data Management Protocol (NDMP) is used to provide backup and disaster recovery.
Dell Equallogic FS7610 Storage - Creating a Reliable Integrated Network
Create a reliable integrated network
Provide fully integrated end-to-end unified storage for your PS Series storage system with the FS7610 NAS appliance. The solution works with PS Series arrays to provide the core benefits of the PS Series platform, including peer-to-peer extensions, easy-to-use features, and turnkey software licenses. The EqualLogic FS family has the following features:
The 2U dedicated NAS platform is equipped with two high-availability active-active controllers and a PCIe backplane for communication between controllers.
Four 10 GbE ports for SAN connectivity and four ports for client networks.
For long-term reliability, the EqualLogic FS7610 NAS appliance includes the following features:
Active/active clustering and cache mirroring are established for the controller pair.
Provides an integrated backup power source to protect cached data in the event of a controller failure.
Fully redundant and hot-swappable controllers, power supplies and fans.
Automatic controller failover.
Provides checksum failure protection logging to protect file metadata.
Supported storage arrays
New or existing Dell Storage PS array with firmware version 8.1 or higher
Capacity and bandwidth expansion
Up to 509 TB of available file capacity in a single namespace. Each NAS cluster is equipped with one or two FS7610 devices.
Two Intel 10 GbE dual port NICs per controller. 10 GbE can be SFP + or Base-T standard, and supports both copper and fiber connections.
A client connection needs to be established over Ethernet and a SAN connection is established through an iSCSI Ethernet switch; direct connection to the SAN is not supported.
Each NAS device includes a pair of active/actively configured controllers with cache mirroring and integrated backup power. Each controller includes 24 GB of cache based on auto-adapted read and write RAM and two 4-core Intel® processors.
PS Series Group Manager Graphical User Interface (GUI), Command Line Interface (CLI)
Data protection function
Dual-controller active-active NAS devices, write-time redirection, user-recoverable snapshots, point-in-time replication, NAS container cloning, NDMP backup, antivirus, battery-powered BPS, and access-based enumeration
Each controller comes with 24 GB of memory (48 GB per device) and its own backup battery, which provides sufficient power to dump cached content to non-volatile internal storage in the event of a power failure on.
Server Information Block (SMB) 3.0, Network File System (NFS) v4.1, iSCSI, Network Data Management Protocol (NDMP) 4, Active Directory, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), NIS (Network Information Service [NIS] ), Network Time Protocol (NTP), Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP), Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), Link Aggregation (IEEE 802.3ad), Adaptive Load Balancing (ALB)
Multi-client terminal network support
Configure multiple client networks and VLANs to display NFS exports or CIFS shares
For SMB clients: Kerberos v5 and NTLM v2 on Microsoft Active Directory servers; NFS v4 clients: Kerberos 5 and SASL encryption support on AD, NFS v4 access control list
Certified backup software
Dell NetVault Backup 8.6x and 9.0x, Symantec BackupExec 2010 R3 and 2012, Symantec NetBackup 7.0 or higher, CommVault Simpana 9.0 or higher, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager 6.3
Certified antivirus software
Symantec ScanEngine 5.2, Symantec Protection Engine 7.0, McAfee Virus Scan Enterprise 8.8 and Enterprise for Storage 1.0.2, Sophos Endpoint Security and Control 10.0, TrendMicro InterScan Web Security Suite 3.1
Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services, LDAP, and NIS
LDAP signature, SMB signature, roaming profile, hidden share, access-based shared zone enumeration
Certified SAN switch
See http://en.community.dell.com/dell-groups/dtcmedia/m/mediagallery/19856862/download.aspx (English)
Deduplication and compression
Policy-driven variable block deduplication and LZPS compression, data that is deduplicated can be unfrozen when read
Over-allocation of space can be based on customer needs for more efficient capacity planning.
Client network connection
4 10 Gb SFP+ or Base-T Ethernet ports
Storage area network connection
4 10 Gb SFP+ or Base-T Ethernet ports
Direct connection to a SAN is not supported.
Minimum NAS cluster size
Single device is 512 GB; dual device cluster is 1024 GB
Maximum NAS cluster size
Minimum/maximum NAS container size
20 MB/509 TB
Maximum number of files in a cluster
64 billion devices per device
Maximum number of NAS containers
Maximum file size
Maximum file name length
The maximum number of directories in a cluster
Maximum directory depth
Maximum number of NFS mounts
1024 (one or two FS7610 devices)
Maximum number of CIFS shares
1024 (one or two FS7610 devices)
Maximum number of concurrent CIFS connections
10,000 per NAS device, 20,000 clusters per dual device
Maximum quota rule per user container (user quota)
1000 per NAS container
Maximum number of quota rules per user (user quota)
1000 per NAS cluster
Maximum number of local users in a NAS cluster
Maximum number of local groups in a NAS cluster
Redirect snapshot when writing
Maximum number of snapshots per NAS container/cluster
Maximum number of containers enabled for replication within each NAS cluster
Maximum number of containers that can be copied at the same time
Maximum number of schedules per NAS cluster
Backup with NDMP v4
Support third-party anti-virus applications through ICAP
Chassis contains items
Chassis physical specifications (each dual controller device)
2U/86.4 mm (3.4 inches)
481.50 mm (18.96 in.), including the edge of the rack.
446.3 mm (17.6 in), excluding the edge of the rack.
741.0 mm (29.2 in) without borders and handles
813.0 mm (32.0 in) with border and handle
Weight (maximum configuration)
30.5 kg (67 lbs)
ReadyRails II fixed rail for toolless installation in 4-post racks with square or unthreaded holes, or with tools in a 4-post rack with tapped holes
Power option 1
717 watt output per device
90 volts AC to 264 VAC, auto range, 47 Hz/63 Hz. Note: This system can also be connected to an IT power system with a phase-to-phase voltage of no more than 230 volts.
2446 BTU/hour. Note: The amount of heat dissipation is calculated based on the rated power of the power supply. The heat dissipation value is for the entire system including the chassis and two controllers.
Maximum surge current
Under typical line conditions, each power supply can reach 55 amps in the entire system operating environment for 10 milliseconds or less.
5 °C to 40 °C (41 °F to 104 °F), the maximum temperature difference per hour does not exceed 20 °C.
-40 °C to 60 °C (-40 °F to 140 °F), the maximum temperature difference per hour does not exceed 20 °C.
20% to 80% (non-condensing), maximum humidity change of no more than 10% per hour, maximum wet bulb temperature of 29 °C (89 °F)
When not working:
5% to 95%, maximum humidity change of no more than 10% per hour, maximum wet bulb temperature of 38 °C (100 °F)
0.26 Grms in the operating direction (5 Hz - 350 Hz at 0.0002 G2/Hz) for 5 minutes (maximum)
When not working:
1.88 Grms, PSD profile is as follows (all six faces have been tested, each side lasts 15 minutes):
Frequency (Hz) G2/Hz
The half sine impact in the operating direction is 31 G +/- 5% with a pulse duration of 2.6 ms +/- 10% (max)
27 G shock wave, 235 inches / sec (596.90 cm / sec) (all six faces have been tested)
-16 meters to 3048 meters (-50 feet to 10,000 feet)
At an altitude of 2,950 feet above sea level, the maximum operating temperature drops by 1 °F for every 550 feet.
-15.2 meters to 10,668 meters (-50 to 35,000 feet)
Airborne pollutant level
G1 (as defined by ISA-S71.04-1985)
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