Where can you find the ISO image for recovery of DIVAR IP 7000R2 and DIVAR IP 6000R2?
DIVAR IP 7000R2 and DIVAR IP 6000R2
DIVAR IP 6000 2U W/O HDD
DIVAR IP 6000 2U 4X3TB
DIVAR IP 6000 2U 8X3TB
DIVAR IP 6000 2U 4X4TB
DIVAR IP 6000 2U 8X4TB
DIVAR IP 6000 3U W/O HDD
DIVAR IP 6000 3U 16X3TB
DIVAR IP 6000 3U 16X4TB
DIVAR IP 7000 2U W/O HDD (R2)
DIVAR IP 7000 2U 4X3TB (R2)
DIVAR IP 7000 2U 8X3TB (R2)
DIVAR IP 7000 2U 8X3TB (R2)
DIVAR IP 7000 2U 8X4TB (R2)
DIVAR IP 7000 3U W/O HDD (R2)
DIVAR IP 7000 3U 16X3TB (R2)
4000GB HDD DIVAR IP 6000/7000
For recovery of DIVAR IP 6000 R2 or DIVAR IP 7000 R2 one should use only the DVD provided with the particular device.
Do not use the DVD for recovery if you are not sure that it is the one delivered with the system.
In case the DVD is lost or damaged request the respective ISO image from Bosch Technical Support.
Request the ISO image from Bosch Technical Support:
Provide the Serial Number of the device
What is the reason for the recovery
Why it is not possible to use the recovery DVD
This article will guide you through the recovery steps of a DIP:
TSG: Rebuild broken OS RAiD on DIVAR IP 6000, DIVAR IP 6000 R2, DIVAR IP 7000, DIVAR IP 7000 R2
Relates to: IP Storage/PC HW - DIVAR IP 6000 R2 and DIVAR IP 7000 R2
Both DIVAR IP units running the BIOS from American Megatrends Inc. (A.M.I)
There are PRE BOOT or POST BOOT beeps.
Please see the following Acoustic Error Codes.
What is the difference between RAID 5, RAID 5 plus a Hot Spare and RAID 6?
The RAID combines two or more physical drives into a logical unit presented as a single hard drive to the operating system. There are currently six basic RAID levels: RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 0+1, RAID 1+0, RAID 3, RAID 4, RAID 5 and RAID 6.
The scope of this article is to provide basic information for the levels RAID 5 and RAID 6 and to compare them from point of view of performance and security.
Hot spare is a drive that acts as a stand by drive in RAID 1, RAID 5 or RAID 6 volume. It is fully functional drive that contains no data and is not used during normal operation. If a drive from the volume fails, the controller reconstructs the data from the failed drive to the hot spare drive.
A RAID 5 array is designed to protect against the failure of a single disk within the array. Because of the way that RAID 5 works, the total capacity of one disk is lost to overhead. If, for example, a RAID 5 array contained five 10TB disks, then the array’s usable capacity would be 40TB.
A RAID 5 (with Hot Spare disk) array can be configured to treat one of the disks as a hot spare. Then one of the disks is reserved as a replacement in the event that a disk fails. For the above example with five 10TB disks, this would decrease the example array’s usable capacity to 30TB.
A RAID 6 array is designed to protect against two simultaneous disk failures. However, the price for this extra protection is that two disks' worth of capacity is lost to overhead. As such, a RAID 6 array made up of five 10TB disks would have a usable capacity of 30TB because 20 TB is lost to overhead.
The performance during Normal Operation is measured in IOPS (Input/output operations per second) and as a sum for all the disks (excluding the Hot Spares and decreased for writing parity data) in the array. As a rule of the thumb, the higher the overhead associated with writing parity data (in the above example RAID 5 with Hot Spare causes the same overhead like RAID 6) the lower the IOPS.
The reason for implementing RAID arrays is to secure the data. The level of protection does not directly correlate with the overhead. From the above example both RAID 5 with Hot Spare and RAID 6 have same capacity, but offer different level of protection. In case of failure of RAID 5 array with Hot Spare, the Hot Spare is activated and the rebuild process start immediately.
The system can recover from a single disk failure and during the recovery, process is vulnerable to second disk failure.
Therefore, RAID 5 and RAID 5 with Hot Spare disk offer the same level of protection – single disk failure.
In contrast, if a disk fails at RAID 6 array, the recovery will start only after the faulty disk is replaced manually. However, if during the recovery process second disk fails, the RAID 6 array will stay functional.
This article will guide you how to remedy invalid expansion licenses on your Bosch Divar IP 5000 all in one. Error indication
Despite that the registration of your additional purchased licenses has been completed successfully. The licenses may become invalid after a following reboot. This behavior is caused by switching the MAC address of your teaming interface.
Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) is a security guard for your server. Some primary functions of IMPI are to monitor hardware status (including temperatures, power consumption, voltage, etc.), log server data, and allow access to the server even when an operating system is not installed or is malfunctioning.
IPMI gives you the ability to manage servers in remote physical locations regardless of the installed operating system.
This procedure is applicable for DIVAR IP 6000/7000.
Follow the steps from this article and find out how you can remotely view and collect the system's event log through IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface).
This article will explain how to set-up the RAID quickly in order to start the "re-imaging" process from the Recovery DVD (one at DIVAR IP 6000 R2 - or two DVDs at DIVAR IP 7000 R2) enclose to each DIVAR IP 7000 R2 or DIVAR IP 6000 R2 delivery.
Bosch has been providing 2 types of VRM packages: a 32bit and a 64bit version. Since VRM 3.82 we are only offering the 64bit version.
As all of our released DIVAP IP units started off as 32bit VRM which includes a Transcoder service.
The disks in an array are usually configured into smaller sets named RAID groups which provide protection against failure.
The RAID groups define the manner in which the group of physical disks handle data when it is written to the disks within that group. The main aim is that data to be protected.
For this reason, you must create logical unit numbers (LUNs) correctly.
This article describes all the steps that will help you to create LUNs after RAID failure.
Supermicro SuperDoctor® 5 (SD5) monitors the hardware health or availability of the target node systems in data centers real-time and provide alerts to administrators.
Please follow the steps from this article and learn how you can collect the Support Data of DIP 6000/ 7000 with SuperDoctor 5 (SD5) software.
Bosch Video Streaming Gateway (VSG) is a separate “Sub-Service” of VRM that can run independently, or in conjuction with VRM. VSG acts as an iSCSI NVR for non iSCSI capable devices.
VSG is specifically designed to provide integration for 3rd party ONVIF, JPEG, RTSP, and legacy H.263 Bosch devices.
The base functional capabilities of VSG are as follows:
One VSG Server Platform can support 7 VSG Worker Instances
Each Worker Instance can support 32 Cameras
The total supported cameras for one VSG server is 224 Cameras
This article describes you how to determine the Video Streaming Gateway (VSG) throughput and performance.
The latest suitable Image for your DIVAR IP R2 Family Device can be obtained from Bosch Central Support Team. Please provide the SN (serial number) from the DIVAR IP 6000/7000 R2 when contacting Bosch Central Support Team.
What information is required when you request a password reset for your recorder?
If you forgot the password of you recorder and you want to reset its password, the Central Support Team can help you.
Before requesting a password reset, please note that you need to provide some important information to the Central Support Team to get help from them.
Please follow the steps from this article and find out what information is needed if you want to reset the password of your:
Divar Analog 3000/5000
Divar Hybrid & Network 2000/3000/5000
Note: Please note that you can provide the Central Support Team with a picture of the label of the unit, in order to prevent misunderstandings or misspelling .
💡 Be aware that in exceptional cases, you may be required to send them an invoice of your unit or other proof of ownership.
Label of the unit:
Important : You must be locally connected to your recorder with: monitor, keyboard and mouse.
⚠️ Kindly note that the code received from the CTS is valid only for 1 Day.
The Divar AN 3000/5000 features the ability to ping an IP address, thus allowing the technician to verify that the workstation that is to connect to the Divar can be seen on the network.
Please note that this only checks the connection from the DIVAR to the Workstation. Ping operates by sending Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request packets to the target host and waiting for an ICMP echo reply. The program reports errors, packet loss, and a statistical summary of the results.
MegaRAID Storage Manager software automatically rebuilds the RAID 5 on a DIVAR IP unit without data loss. The rebuild is a fully automatic process, so it is not necessary to issue a Rebuild command. You can also monitor the progress of drive rebuilds.
Once the chassis was replaced and the drives were mounted in drive carriers, follow this step-by-step guide in order to rebuild RAID 5 on a DIVAR IP.
The haneWIN DHCP server software implements a DHCP and BOOTP server based on RFC 2131. The DHCP Server is implemented as a native service for background operation, A Control Panel applet provides interactive access to the service.
The server supports automatic DNS updates for DHCP configured clients.
The latest version is available and can be downloaded from here.
According to the Installation Manual of the DIVAR IP 7000/ 6000:
All DIVAR IP systems are preconfigured with default network, user and iSCSI settings.
By default, the virtual network adapter (the two physical NIC ports are teamed by default) is configured to obtain a valid network address from a DHCP server in the local network.
The haneWIN DHCP server software supports multiple address pools for dynamic IP address assignment as well as fixed IP address assignment to clients.
Strange behaviors of the Divar IP 6000/7000 R2 start from a root cause that need to be found. Log files are the most comprehensive and help the Central Technical Support team to find it and provide you further assistance.
This article provides you a step-by-step guide on how you can collect MegaRAID logs for DIVAR IP 6000/7000 R2.
In certain situations of the support process for a particular product, the customer number and the material/ serial/ commercial type number of your Bosch device may be required.
But where can you find them?
The purpose of this article is to help you find this information in different ways.