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Recently got a second-hand washing machine, upon running through a test wash, the Hot water ran , but never shut off which could have flooded the area.

A washing machine has two inlet valves, one for the hot water and one for cold water. The water inlets on this obviously fails to closed position when shut off ( or it would of started to fill up when I turned the tap on ) but the electronics could not shut the valve to off when needed to only let a certain amount of water in. 

You can swap inlet valves yourself with a screwdriver and pliers and they cost around 20USD delivered, you can find them on eBay for the right model Make sure you get the right one , hot and cold water inlets are different

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Open Netscaler and generate RSA Key

Create a new RSA key 

Create a new CSR

 

 

Request File Name is name.csr

Key FileName is the RSA key you just generated

Digest Method : SHA 256

Use PEM and Enter Company Details

Once CSR Created , download and open this key and enter it into your Cert Provider.

Download the New Key as a .PEM format 

Upload the New Key to the Certificates

Install the Certificate

Certificate File Name is the one you have uploaded from your provider ( .pem ) 

The Key File Name is the RSA Key you generated at the start

Install CA/Intermediate certs

If the certificate requires any Intermediate certs, Upload these to Certificates, then install

Link the CA Certificates with the new SSL Certificate

Right Click on your certificate you have installed under following directory and click Link , choose the CA cert that matches its chain

 

Change the SSL Cert on the Netscaler Virtual Server and Load Balancer

Navigate to your Virtual Server

 

Choose Server Certificate 

Add Binding

Select your new certificate . Select and Bind

Repeat step on Load Balancer

 

Make sure you SAVE THE CONFIG!

Test the chain using : https://whatsmychaincert.com/

 

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106496-netapp-neu-5[2]Recently I assigned a new drive that had failed in the Netapp System using

7Mode

disk show -n ( for all unassigned disks )

disk assign 0b.xx.x or disk assign all ( for all drives )

Cluster Mode

storage disk assign -all -node <node name> ( assign all unassigned drives to node ) 

storage disk assign assign -disk node1:1b:20 -owner node1 ( assign 1 drive to node 1 )

cluster show = show node names

aggr status -s ( show nodes with current spacres ) 

LED to Show the Disk

Cluster Mode

storage disk set-led -disk 3.20.10 -action on -duration 5

The drive got assigned to the wrong controller so it assigned it as a Partner Disk when looking on the controller of the failed drive , ( Partner disks are those which are owned by the second (partner) controller. )

I tried to assign this back to the other controller using disk assign ob.xx.xx -s unowned -f on the controller that needed the spare drive however got the error message

Disk is currently owned by the partner and cannot be assigned.

sysconfig -r showed the disk as a partner disk, this means I was logged into the wrong controller to do this.

So SSH to right controller , disk assign ob.xx.xx -s unowned -f worked this time , then used disk assign 0b.xx.x  again

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