With managed RAID arrays, you just define LUNs that get mapped to a connected host (whether they are connected via SCSI/iSCSI/SAS or FC).
These generally come up as SCSI disk devices that are, for all intents and purposes, normal disks (the RAID/multipath driver takes care of the usable disk...
It's erasing whole disk arrays for the purpose of decommissioning them.
I have to erase an array with around 200 drives and 30 RAID volumes.
So I have to map/mount all 30 volumes, perform a known erase/scrub operation and show some evidence of this.
As this is sort of thing is only done...
Just need a report confirming specific drives have been securely erased with specific erasing techniques.
DBAN does this, but I need to do this in Windows as DBAN cant see the SCSI controller (drivers).
Where to put in a feature request?
Hey, is there somewhere where a details of what sort of erase has been done in each schedule/data-set ?
The Log viewer only shows the session start/end.
(Great for privacy but doesnt give you a summary whats actually been done with which erasure method)