Installation and Configuration Guide Abstract This document describes how to install and configure HP StoreOnce 4700, 4500, 2900 and 2700 Backup systems. These systems are also sometimes referred to as single-node StoreOnce products and they were introduced with StoreOnce software version 3.9.0 (or 3.12.0 for HP StoreOnce 2900).
Windows is a trademark of the Microsoft group of companies. Revision History Revision 1 October 2013 This is the first edition of the guide for HP StoreOnce 2700, 4500 and 4700 Backup systems, issued with the 3.9.0 or later version of HP StoreOnce software. Revision 2 June 2014 This is the second edition of the guide, issued with the 3.1 1.0 version of HP StoreOnce software.
Connecting the HP StoreOnce 2900 Backup system...............17 Connecting the HP StoreOnce 2700 Backup system..............18 Attaching the security bezel....................18 Connecting to the expansion enclosure (HP StoreOnce 4500 and 4700)........18 Installing expansion enclosures with the HP StoreOnce 4700...........19 Installing expansion enclosures with the HP StoreOnce 4500...........20 Adding disks for capacity expansion (StoreOnce 2900 only)............22...
Software update process......................64 Upgrading BIOS or hardware firmware components..............64 Configuring Remote Support....................66 Before configuring Remote Support..................66 General procedure for setting up Remote Support on the HP StoreOnce Management GUI..67 Locating warranty information.....................68 Warranty details - HP 4700....................69 Warranty details - HP 4500....................70 Warranty details —...
Front view of the HP StoreOnce 4700 Backup system..............101 Capacity upgrade kit LEDs.....................102 Front view of the HP StoreOnce 4500 Backup system..............103 Front view of the HP StoreOnce 2900 Backup system..............104 Front view of the HP StoreOnce 2700 Backup system..............105 Hot-plug drive LEDs.......................106 Server units........................106 Expansion shelves......................107 1 Gbit ethernet port LEDs.......................107...
Related documentation......................120 Document conventions and symbols..................120 HP technical support......................121 Customer self repair......................121 Registering your HP StoreOnce Backup system................121 Subscription service......................121 HP Insight Remote Support.....................121 HP websites.........................122 Documentation feedback.......................122 A Regulatory information................123 Belarus Kazakhstan Russia marking..................123 Turkey RoHS material content declaration.................124 Ukraine RoHS material content declaration................124...
Network-Attached Storage (NAS), Catalyst Stores or Virtual Tape Library (VTL) targets for backup applications. This guide describes how to install and carry out the initial configuration of your HP StoreOnce Backup system. The following documents are also available at http://www.hp.com/go/storage/ docs http://www.hp.com/support/...
It is also required if you wish to backup StoreOnce Catalyst stores across ethernet. The HP StoreOnce Backup system supports IPv4 and IPv6. IPv4 is available for backup to all target devices and for appliance management; IPv6 is supported for backup to StoreOnce Catalyst stores, replication and Catalyst Copy, and for appliance management.
Ethernet port, but one Ethernet port must always be connected, even if you are using only the FC ports to back up and restore data to the HP StoreOnce Backup system. The port connection is required because the network is used to access the StoreOnce Management Console remotely and for replication.
The HP StoreOnce Backup system supports both switched fabric and direct attach private loop topologies. A switched fabric topology utilizes one or more fabric switches to provide a flexible configuration between several Fibre Channel hosts and Fibre Channel targets such as HP StoreOnce Backup systems.
Use extreme caution when pulling the enclosure out from the rack; it can slip and fall, causing damage to the enclosure or injury. HP is not responsible for any damage or injury caused by the mishandling of the enclosure .
Install the rails in the rack, as required. Follow the instructions provided separately with the rail kits. Slide the HP StoreOnce Backup system into position in the rack and secure it to the rack rails using thumbscrews on the unit's front bezel.
There are two 10 Gbit ethernet ports and two 10Gb SR SFP+s. Connect an SFP to each 10 Gbit ethernet port, as shown below (1). Figure 3 Connecting 10 Gbit ethernet SFPs on HP StoreOnce 4700 Attaching SFPs, StoreOnce 2900, 4500 and 4700 only...
HP StoreOnce 2900 and 4500 Backup There are two FC ports and two 8Gb Short Wave FC SFP+s. Connect an SFP to each FC port on the HP StoreOnce 4500 Backup, as shown below (1). (The StoreOnce 2900 Backup does not have FC ports.) Figure 4 Connecting FC SFPs on HP StoreOnce 4500 There are two 10 Gbit ethernet ports and two 10Gb SR SFP+s.
This HP-approved cord is appropriate for your specific geographic region. HP StoreOnce 2900, 4500 and 4700 Backup systems have a redundant power supply (this also applies to the HP StoreOnce 2700, if a second power supply has been purchased and installed). Make sure that both power cords are connected.
Connect the square HD connector on the longer HD SAS cable to the single high-density SAS port on the RAID controller in slot 1 on the rear of the HP StoreOnce Backup system. Ensure that the cable connector is plugged in the correct way on the rear of the HP StoreOnce Backup system.
Connecting the HP StoreOnce 4500 Backup system Figure 8 Rear view of the HP StoreOnce 4500 Backup system RAID controller 1 FC card 1 10 Gbit ethernet card Power supply bay 1 Power supply bay 2 USB connectors (4) Video/monitor connector...
Figure 1 1 Attaching the security bezel Connecting to the expansion enclosure (HP StoreOnce 4500 and 4700) Install the rail kit and expansion module(s) immediately below or above the HP StoreOnce Backup system. HP StoreOnce 4700 Backup system: The first 24TB disk enclosure must be installed at the...
Two expansion options are available: HP StoreOnce 4500/4700 24TB Capacity Kit (BB881A) and HP StoreOnce 4500 48TB Capacity Kit (BB909A). HP StoreOnce 2700 Backup system: This model does not support connection of an expansion enclosure.
Installing expansion enclosures with the HP StoreOnce 4500 The HP StoreOnce 4500 Backup base system contains 12 disks. Up to three Capacity Upgrade Kits may be connected if more storage is needed. Compatible cables are provided with the Capacity Upgrade Kit;...
Connect the square HD connector on the longer HD SAS cable to the single high-density SAS port on the RAID controller on the rear of the HP StoreOnce Backup system. Ensure that the cable connector is plugged in the correct way on the rear of the HP StoreOnce Backup system.
Push the hard drive assembly into each drive bay (1) until it stops (2) and press the HDD carrier latch (3) inward until it clicks. Figure 15 Installing the hard disks Attach the front bezel when all six disks are installed. Installing and cabling the HP StoreOnce Backup system...
Figure 16 Attaching the front bezel The license for the Capacity Expansion Kit must be applied and the storage expanded, using StoreOnce CLI commands, before the extra capacity is available for use. Adding disks for capacity expansion (StoreOnce 2900 only)
Powering on the HP StoreOnce Backup system Press the Power on button (1) on the front of your HP StoreOnce Backup system. The normal boot sequence takes approximately 5 minutes. On power up the HP StoreOnce Backup system runs its fans at high speed for approximately 10 seconds before returning to normal speed.
SNMP configuration and date and time configuration, can only be performed through the StoreOnce CLI. See the HP StoreOnce Backup system CLI Reference Guide for more information about the StoreOnce CLI commands and their syntax.
It is good practice to determine what other users will be required and what access to the system they should have as part of the planning process. In particular, will the HP StoreOnce Backup system be added to an Active Directory Domain? The following AD domain details will be required to configure AD.
This command does not save the password details, so passwords for additional users should also be saved offline and kept in sync with the details held on the HP StoreOnce Backup system. User account and password requirements Local accounts can be between 1 &...
4 Configuration using the system set config wizard The StoreOnce CLI command set provides two configuration wizards: The system set config command sequence packages a number of commands, some of which you may skip, if required. This wizard is recommend if you wish to configure time and license settings at the same time as network settings and run a health check.
Finish Configuration (and reboot) Choose either Finish Configuration and reboot or Finish Configuration. If you have reset the time of the HP StoreOnce Backup system so that it has moved backwards, the configuration must be completed with a reboot. This performs a couple of tasks: Save the configuration details Two configurations, devconfig<timestamp>.txt containing network and other device...
Physical ports and IP addresses (page 36) Network configuration basics HP StoreOnce Backup systems support both IPv4 and IPv6 address protocols. IPv4 is available for backup to all target devices, for replication and StoreOnce Catalyst Copy, and for appliance management. IPv6 is supported for backup to StoreOnce Catalyst stores, replication and Catalyst Copy, and for appliance management.
StoreOnce software version 3.1 1.0 and later provides support for Data In Flight Encryption using the IPsec protocol. This can only be configured using the StoreOnce CLI. For instructions on configuring encryption on the StoreOnce Backup system, see the HP StoreOnce CLI Reference Guide.
4900 only, not 2700, 2900, 4500 or 4700 NOTE: On the HP StoreOnce Management GUI you can display a picture of where the ports are by editing a portset and clicking the Show Port Picture link. Network configuration, understanding the StoreOnce networking concepts...
Subnets to which the HP StoreOnce Backup can be directly connected. If your network requires more Subnets than this—for example, twenty—the network administrator can define 20 VLANs, each with its own Subnet and, typically, use the 10 Gbit ethernet bonded link to the HP StoreOnce Backup as a trunk.
Port Set uses the 10 Gbit ethernet ports, Port 1 and Port 2. eth1, (the 1 Gbit ethernet port, Port 2), is available to support a further Port Set. (Some HP StoreOnce Backups systems provide four 10 Gbit ethernet ports, and eth6 and eth7, (the 10 Gbit ethernet ports, Port 3 and Port 4) may also be configured to support further Port Sets.
For more complex configurations, a major benefit of using the StoreOnce GUI is that the configuration can be saved at any point in the network configuration process. See the appropriate HP StoreOnce Installation and Configuration guide for your product for examples of using the StoreOnce CLI to configure the network.
StoreOnce CLI to create a system configuration save and restore file, using the StoreOnce CLI command, config save devices. Refer to the HP StoreOnce CLI Reference Guide for the full range of network and config save and restore commands.
10 Gbit bonded, or in two more port switch configuration (LACP) ethernet ports (not supported sets if not bonded on HP 2700). Mode 6 = Good for 10 Gbit ethernet throughput and availability, 2 ports bonded = 1 IP...
All systems have four 1 Gbit ethernet ports that are identified as eth0 (LAN port 1) and eth1, eth2 and eth3 (LAN ports 2, 3 and 4). HP StoreOnce 2900, 4500 and 4700 Backup systems have an additional two 10 Gbit ethernet ports that are identified as eth4 and eth5.
Port Set, depending upon the availability and number of 1 Gbit and 10 Gbit ethernet ports. The example below is for an HP StoreOnce 2900, 4500 or 4700 Backup system, which has two 10 Gbit ethernet ports, and only one 10 Gbit ethernet bonding option.
TIP: Even if you intend to use solely VLANs to connect to your system, HP recommends configuring one physical subnet to test the initial installation. The easiest way to do this is to use the default Quick Install connection to LAN port 1 over DHCP.
CLI commands, as described in Modifying a network configuration (page 48) and the HP StoreOnce Backup system CLI Reference guide. NOTE: If you wish to configure encryption on a subnet, you can only do this using the StoreOnce CLI commands.
For example, for IPv6: 2001:DB8::0,2001:DB8::1 -->126.96.36.199,188.8.131.52,2001:DB8::1 <--DNS servers: 184.108.40.206,220.127.116.11,2001:DB8::1 *Step Complete* Do you want to : 1 = Go to next step: Step 2) (default) 2 = Go back to start of present step: Step 1) 3 = Quit wizard and lose all settings -->1 <--Navigation: Go to next step: Step 2) Step 2) Configure network settings for available network adapters...
<--Configuration okay: Yes At this point, you have configured the network sufficiently to enable access to the StoreOnce Management CLI and GUI. If preferred, you could complete the network wizard and carry out the rest of the network configuration using the StoreOnce CLI commands. The wizard would complete as described in step 4.
----------------------------------------------------- Note that if you intend to select this network as the default network later on, then you must now specify an IP address. If, on the other hand, you do not intend to have a default network, then you may not specify any gateways for the system.
Enter domain name : -->manuf.mycompany.net <--Domain name: manuf.mycompany.net ---------------------- Network: subnet_3 ---------------------- IP Addresses: 2001:DB8::10 Netmask/Prefix: 64 Domain Name: manuf.mycompany.net Gateway: 2001:DB8::100 VLAN tag: 23 Port Set: Port Set_2 with these interfaces: eth4 eth5, Framesize: 1500 Encryption Links: Bonding Mode: 4 (Link Aggregate Control Protocol (LACP) Bonding) Is this configuration correct? 1 = Yes (default) 2 = No...
Select Static or DHCP addressing : 1 = DHCP (default) 2 = Static -->2 <--DHCP/Static: Static Enter an IP address for this network: -->18.104.22.168 <--Static IP address: 22.214.171.124 Enter network mask or network prefix length : For IPv4 networks, you may enter either a netmask or a length; For IPv6 networks, you must enter a network prefix length.
--------------------------------------------------------------------- If you specify at least one network gateway, you must choose a default network from either the defined DCHP OR Static subnets as DCHP includes both IPv4 and IPv6 gateways. The default network must have an associated gateway. If you do not specify any network gateways, then you may not choose a default network.
A ll of these tasks may be carried out simply from the StoreOnce GUI. If you wish to use the StoreOnce CLI, refer to the HP StoreOnce Backup system CLI Reference Guide for syntax examples. The only worked example included in this guide describes how to configure IPsec.
The StoreOnce CLI commands that you use will depend upon the type of modification that you are making, whether you are adding to or modifying a configuration. See examples below for syntax. For more details of individual commands refer to the HP StoreOnce Backup system CLI Reference guide.
Figure 23 IPsec pairs for Data in Flight Encryption License requirements If you wish to use the IPsec feature, you must first install the Security pack license. Configuring the StoreOnce Backup system The syntax for the StoreOnce CLI command is: net add encryption <configName>...
The IPsec pair and rule must be configured on both the backup media server and the StoreOnce Backup appliance. See the HP StoreOnce Backup system Linux and UNIX Configuration guide for information about configuring Linux media servers. Configuration of Windows media servers is...
VLANs are configured between the backup media server and the StoreOnce appliance, and a data in flight encryption link is configured within each VLAN to improve the aggregate performance between the backup media server and the StoreOnce appliance. Network configuration, how to use StoreOnce CLI commands...
7 Network configuration, how to use the StoreOnce GUI This chapter provides an overview on how to create a network configuration using the StoreOnce GUI as an alternative to using the StoreOnce CLI. To add a custom configuration The following steps provide an overview of the process. Create the configuration (or copy an existing one) and specify the DNS servers, as required.
As appropriate, select IPv4 or IPv6 for any DNS servers and enter the required addresses in the appropriate format. Click Save. Table 5 Network Configuration IP protocol and DNS fields Field name Description Name of the configuration This reflects the name of the configuration selected in the list.
Table 6 Network Configuration Port Set fields Field name Description Port Set Name The name of the Port Set Ports The ports that have been defined for use by the Port Set and their speed.. Bond mode Any bond mode that has been defined. Bond modes are only appropriate if there is more than one port in the Port Set.
Step 3: Create Subnets Select the Port Set and click Add in the Subnet section. Table 7 Network Configuration New Subnet fields Name Description Name The name of the Subnet Protocol Select IPv4 or IPv6. IP address The IP address for the subnet, in the appropriate format for the protocol selected.
Make the necessary changes, save them and click Validate again. If validation is successful, you have two choices. The HP StoreOnce Management GUI will prompt you to activate the new configuration immediately. Or you can save it and activate it separately from the Network Configuration —...
Enter Subnet details, in exactly the same way as when creating a new configuration, and be sure to add the VLAN tag ID. Click OK. Save and validate the changes. If required, you can also activate the configuration at this point.
Managing and resetting the password for the HPresetpassword account (page 73). For other tasks, such as user account configuration, email configuration, and device configuration for backup/replication targets using VTL, NAS or StoreOnce Catalyst refer to the HP StoreOnce Backup system user guide. Setting up time and date...
All capacity expansion must be licensed. Each storage expansion kit contains a license that must be loaded. HP StoreOnce 4900 Backup: The correct number of licenses for additional storage must be installed in the correct order. The 44TB Capacity Expansion Kit has a different license type from the 60TB Capacity Expansion Kit.
The number you should use is either the System ID that can be found on the Device Configuration page of the GUI or the Serial Number that can be found on the Status page of the GUI. The HP licensing portal accepts the UUID with, or without, the leading “hp”.
<license key string> to key in the license directly. If you used email or a temporary file, copy and paste the string exactly as obtained from the HP Licensing website. It is not advised to key in the LTU manually.
Running Accessing the StoreOnce Backup system over SFTP There are a number of occasions when you may need to access the HP StoreOnce Backup system over SFTP: To transfer software update packages to the correct location in the StoreOnce folder structure.
The name of the upgrade will be in the format <part_number>.rpm. You will need an HP Passport account to download the RPM file, this can be created when they first access the download website. Software updates can only be performed through the StoreOnce CLI using the Admin user account.
When all updates are completed, a reboot may be required. After the firmware has updated, HP recommends a cold reboot as follows: Power off the StoreOnce Backup from the Maintenance page. After the system has completely shut down, wait at least one minute before powering on using the Power On button on the server(s).
If you are already using IRS and wish to use Remote Support, you can either disable SNMP on the Backup system (if it is not needed for other non-HP tools) or disable remote support for StoreOnce on the IRS server. Consult your IRS documentation or HP Support for further details.
If you do not configure Remote Support, you will be prompted to do so every time you log onto the HP StoreOnce Management GUI. To prevent this, you should go to the Remote Support pages on the HP StoreOnce Management GUI and either configure it, or select No Support, as appropriate.
Call HP support and ask to verify a remote support event has been received. The HP Support person will check on the database portal that the event has been received and will also verify that warranty/serial/part numbers are valid and under warranty (or have valid care packs).
Warranty details - HP 4700 The base HP StoreOnce 4700 model, BB879A, consists of a server with two OS disks and a 12–disk storage array. If possible, the warranty details required for the Warranty serial number are read from BIOS, so that the Entitlement page is populated automatically. One Capacity Upgrade kit containing 12 disks, BB881 1A, is available and up to seven may be added to the base system, but these are not recorded on the Remote Support pages.
StoreOnce GUI. Warranty details - HP 4500 The base HP StoreOnce 4500 model, BB878A, consists of a server with 12 disks. If possible, the warranty details required for the Warranty serial number are read from BIOS, so that the Entitlement page is populated automatically.
Remote Support pages. Warranty details - HP 2700 The base HP StoreOnce 2700 model, BB877A, consists of a server with 12 disks. Where possible, the warranty details required for the Warranty serial number are read from BIOS, so that the Entitlement page is populated automatically.
StoreOnce GUI. Refer to the StoreOnce Backup system user guide for further details. This feature enables an HP StoreOnce Backup system to act as a Network Element in an SNMP network so that it can communicate effectively with Network Management Stations using SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol).
However, be sure to keep only the latest version of the key store. The StoreOnce CLI command config save keystore that backs up the key store, also encrypts it, ensuring that it can only be decrypted by the HP StoreOnce backup system, should you need to restore it.
Run the command manage to change the password for the HPresetpassword user. At the prompts provide: (current) UNIX password: the default at installation is hpresetpassword New UNIX password: the new password should be strong and memorable; it will not be accepted if it is weak, for example a dictionary name Retype new UNIX password:re-enter the new password to confirm it Type exit to log out.
(over Ethernet). The backup application will not perceive a difference. However, some configuration is required to set up the backup and restore connections between the ports on the HP StoreOnce Backup system and the ports on the client servers. This is done using the Fibre Channel Settings tab.
Initial configuration Please refer to the HP StoreOnce Backup system Installation and Configuration guide for cabling instructions and zoning recommendations. The following process describes the steps to complete configuration. Go to the Fibre Channel Settings tab and, in the bottom section of the screen (Devices), locate the World Wide Name information for each port on the StoreOnce Backup system.
StoreOnce Catalyst over Fibre Channel connections to a target StoreOnce Fibre Channel port and therefore it is sufficient to have a device count of 1. On Windows and HP-UX, this is not possible. The number of devices per initiator port should be increased when multiple backup streams are required so that multiple LUNs are presented to the client.
FC ports. The following example shows the Port drop-down in the StoreOnce GUI for a model with two FC cards. For information about the other fields, see the HP StoreOnce Backup system User Guide or online Help.
Reducing the potential for conflict with untested third-party products. Zoning may not be necessary for small or simple configurations. Typically the bigger the SAN is, the more zoning is needed. HP recommends the following for determining how and when to use zoning.
10 Configuring backup servers to work with HP StoreOnce This chapter describes how to configure Tape drivers and iSCSI on Windows backup servers. If working in a Linux or UNIX environment, refer to the separate HP StoreOnce Backup systems Linux and UNIX Configuration guide.
Open Windows Firewall with Advanced Security. Go to Control Panel > System and Security > Administrative Tools > Windows Firewall with Advanced Security. NOTE: On Windows Server 2008 go to Server Manager -> Configuration -> Windows Firewall with Advanced Security. In the left hand navigation tree right click on Windows Firewall with Advanced Security and select Properties.
To make sure the firewall is switched on for the profile on which your network interface is running go to the IPSec Settings tab. Configuring backup servers to work with HP StoreOnce...
Under IPsec defaults click Customize. Under Key exchange (Main Mode), select Advanced and click Customize. Under Key Lifetimes, set Minutes to 480. Click OK Configuring Data in Flight encryption on Windows media servers...
Under Data Protection (Quick Mode), select Advanced. Click Customize. Under Data Integrity algorithms and Data Integrity and Encryption Algorithms, select a protocol and click Edit. Under Key lifetimes set the value of KB to 100,000,000 and click OK. Configuring backup servers to work with HP StoreOnce...
10. Click OK three times to close the Properties boxes and return to the main Windows Firewall with Advanced Security window. 1 1. In the left hand navigation tree first click and then right click on Connection Security Tools. 12. Select "New Rule. 13.
15. Under Which computers are in Endpoint 1, select These IP addresses and click Add. 16. Enter the IP address of the interface on the local machine (i.e. the Windows Server). An IP range can also be entered if you have one. Configuring backup servers to work with HP StoreOnce...
17. Under Which computers are in Endpoint 2, select These IP addresses and click Add. 18. Enter the IP address of the remote machine, which is the HP StoreOnce Backup system. Multiple IP addresses on the HP StoreOnce Backup system can be configured here to connect to the IP address specified for the media server.
StoreOnce CLI command, net add encryption (see To add Data in Flight Encryption (page 49)). Click OK. 25. Click OK and click Next. 26. Select the network type to which this connection rule applies and click Next. Configuring backup servers to work with HP StoreOnce...
The tape drive is configurable as an LTO-2, LTO-3, LTO-4, LTO-5 or LTO-6 device. This is the default behavior of the tape drive and there is no need and no way to change it on the HP StoreOnce Backup system. It is important not to confuse emulation type with cartridge size. Emulation type is independent from cartridge size.
The Microsoft iSCSI initiator contains a number of tabs. This section describes the information that must be provided in order to connect the host to a device on the HP StoreOnce Backup system. It does not provide a comprehensive description of all the tabs; please download the “User Guide”...
The Targets tab is the default tab when you run the iSCSI Initiator for the first time. At this point no targets have been discovered. Select the Discovery tab. At this point there are no target portals. Configuring backup servers to work with HP StoreOnce...
Click Discover Portal... You must enter the IP address or fully qualified domain name of the HP StoreOnce Backup system (for example, mystoreonce.mydomain.com) to add it as a target portal for the host on the Discovery tab. Do not change the Port; it should be 3260.
You must log on to the appropriate targets for your host. Remember that each library has at least two devices and you must log onto each one separately. If the emulation type you have selected allows more drives, there will be a target device for each drive. Configuring backup servers to work with HP StoreOnce...
Select the first target in the list and click on Connect. We recommend that you enable the first checkbox to make the connection a Favorite target, so that you do not have to manually connect to it in the future. NOTE: If you wish to use CHAP authentication, click Advanced...
Configuring backup servers to work with HP StoreOnce...
12 and 16 alphanumeric characters. It should be the same string as you enter for the Initiator CHAP Secret and the Name is used for Initiator User Name on the StoreOnce Management Interface. See the HP StoreOnce Backup system user guide for more information.
Remove it. (To disconnect the device without rebooting, go back to the Targets tab, select the device, and click Disconnect.) Configuring backup servers to work with HP StoreOnce...
1 1 Understanding LEDs If an LED indicates an error condition, HP recommends reviewing the StoreOnce Event log for more information. For hardware-related errors the Hardware page of the StoreOnce GUI provides valuable information. In this chapter: Front view of the HP StoreOnce 4700 Backup system (page 101)
Front view of the HP StoreOnce 4700 Backup system The HP StoreOnce 4700 Backup system consists of a head server unit (with two disks) and one disk enclosure on which storage has already been expanded. It supports connection of up to seven additional storage enclosures (Capacity Upgrade Kits);...
Capacity upgrade kit LEDs NOTE: One expansion shelf must be installed with the HP StoreOnce 4700 Backup system. This is the same unit as the Capacity Upgrade Kit and the LEDs are as described in this section. There are three LEDs on the front of the Capacity Upgrade Kit.
Front view of the HP StoreOnce 4500 Backup system The HP StoreOnce 4500 Backup system consists of a head server unit with 12 x 2TB disks. The disks in the first two slots are used for the operating system and filesystem; the remaining disks are used for data storage.
Front view of the HP StoreOnce 2900 Backup system The HP StoreOnce 2900 Backup system has 6 x 4 TB disks. It does not support connection of an expansion shelf, but a further six 4 TB disks may be added to the head server (Capacity Upgrade Kit).
Front view of the HP StoreOnce 2700 Backup system The HP StoreOnce 2700 Backup system has 4 x 1 TB disks. It does not support connection of an expansion shelf (Capacity Upgrade Kit). Figure 33 Front view of the HP StoreOnce 2700 Backup system 1.
Server units The hot-plug drives in head server units have four LEDs. HP StoreOnce 2700 Backup: all four drives are as illustrated below, this model does not support expansion shelves HP StoreOnce 4500 Backup: all twelve drives in the head server unit are as illustrated below,...
StoreOnce Management Console. 1 Gbit ethernet port LEDs The 1 Gbit ethernet LAN ports have two LEDs, as illustrated on the rear of an HP StoreOnce Backup system below. Figure 36 1 Gbit ethernet LAN port LEDs (example shows HP StoreOnce 4500 Backup) 1.
10 Gb/s Off: No network data activity or no connection. Fibre Channel card LEDs There are three LEDs adjacent to each FC port, if you have an HP StoreOnce Backup system that supports Fibre Channel. Table 1 1 FC card LEDs...
If no LEDs are flashing, there is no network connection – check the Ethernet cable or consult your network administrator. If LEDs are flashing, check that you have the correct IP address for your HP StoreOnce Backup system. Are you using DHCP or Static IP addressing for your HP StoreOnce Backup...
The HP StoreOnce 2700 Backup system does not have a 10 Gbit ethernet card. Network For iSCSI devices the HP StoreOnce Backup system is designed to be run on a 1Gb or 10Gb (if model has 10 Gbit ethernet card installed) network. Performance will be reduced if a 100BaseT network is used.
Power up the server using the power on button on the server to trigger a cold boot and automatically power up. The normal boot sequence can take up to 10 minutes. On power up the HP StoreOnce Backup system runs its fans at high speed for approximately 10 seconds before returning to normal speed.
The following sequence will cause problems when connecting to a NAS share. Create an NFS share and mount it on a Linux box. Delete the share on the HP StoreOnce Backup system without unmounting it from the Linux box. Recreate the share again with the same name.
Do not attempt to reconfigure the storage using the StoreOnce Management console. If you disconnect a storage shelf, you must reconnect it to the same RAID controller to which it was originally connected. Contact HP Support if you have ongoing problems accessing storage shelves. Cannot access a storage shelf 1 13...
13 More networking examples This chapter contains a number of networking examples using StoreOnce CLI commands and is for reference only. It provides the following network configuration examples: Example 1: Two subnets created on different network interfaces. Static IPv4 address on eth0 and static IPv6 address on interface eth1.
---------------------- IP Addresses: fcda:cd45:5ab0:862::92 Netmask/Prefix: 64 Domain Name: mydomain.com Gateway: fcda:cd45:5ab0:862::0 Default Network: yes VLAN tag: Port Set: Port Set_2 with these interfaces: eth1, Framesize: 3000 Encryption Links: Bonding Mode: Not applicable Command Successful # net activate config dual_Port_Set The network configuration dual_Port_Set contains a new default subnet. As a result all network interfaces will be reset, resulting in a temporary outage of all management and data network connections.
NOTE: The following StoreOnce CLI commands create a network configuration called dual_stack. Once activated this configuration becomes the current network configuration but also continues to exist as a Custom network configuration. =~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~= PuTTY log 2014.08.13 10:36:56 =~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~=~= # net create config dual_stack dns fcda:cd45:5ab0:123::99 description "Two subnets created on the same ne twork interfaces.
Using the HP StoreOnce Backup system Troubleshooting the HP StoreOnce Backup system Intended audience This guide is intended for users who install, operate and maintain the HP StoreOnce Backup system. Related documentation In addition to this guide, the following documents provide related information: ‘Start here' poster for an overview of the installation information in this guide (available in...
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Notifications can be sent to your authorized HP Channel Partner for onsite service, if configured and available in your country. HP Insight Remote Support is available as part of your HP Warranty, HP Care Pack Service, or HP contractual support agreement. For more information, see the product documentation on the HP website (http://www.hp.com/go/insightremotesupport/docs).
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