Hardware Compatibility Lists
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Storage Foundation HCLs
Storage Foundation hardware compatibility lists (HCLs) enable you to view support information by various parameters, including the vendor, device family, device, mode, interface, product release, platform, and advanced features.
HCL Central provides support information for the product releases listed here. Unless otherwise noted, a minor release has the same hardware compatibility as its associated major release. For this reason, HCL Central only shows the hardware compatibility for major releases.
An HCL represents the limits of Symantec support for disk storage arrays qualified for use with the Symantec Storage Foundation products in the disk array compatibility list. There are no implied additions or exceptions to the tested or compatible devices on the provided lists.
Symantec Volume Replicator has no hardware dependencies. It is only supported when it is used as part of Storage Foundation.
The Dynamic Multi-Pathing (DMP) operating system native stack support feature is supported in Storage Foundation and High Availability (SFHA) release 6.0, 6.1, and in SFHA 5.1 through an add-on patch. DMP OS native stack support lets non-root OS native volume groups or file systems operate over DMP devices.
For information about other supported hardware as well as NetBackup and SFHA for Windows, see the Documents page.
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