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To view device details:
|Click to download an activity log (used for troubleshooting issues).|
|Click to rename device.|
|Serial #||Click to copy serial number to clipboard.|
|IPv4||Click to copy IP address to clipboard.|
|Click to edit IP address.|
|Last activity||Date | Time|
|Click to edit iSCSI setup.|
|Data connection details||Notes|
|Actual Speed||Click to copy serial number to clipboard.|
|IPv4 Address||Click to copy IP address to clipboard.|
Click to begin a cryptographic erase of data in the device. See Cryptographic Erase.
|Turn LED on/off.|
|View LED states||View information on LED states.|
|# disks||Disks in device|
|# healthy||Connected and healthy|
|# degraded||Connected but read/write degraded (for example, RAID initialization in progress or drive errors)|
|# fault||Connected but read/write severely diminished (for example, drive errors)|
|# available||Number of available disks for spares|
If the device is currently configured with a disk group (RAID array):
|Change the disk group (RAID) configuration. See Configure Disk Group (RAID).|
If no disk group (RAID) has been configured:
Lyve Client can identify a connected Lyve Mobile device for you by having it temporarily flash its LED. This is useful if you have a large bank of connected Lyve Mobile devices and you need to identify a particular device. You can identify the device regardless of whether it is locked or unlocked.
You can change the name of connected unlocked device.
If you no longer want a disconnected device to appear in Lyve Client, you can make the app ‘forget’ the device.