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IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER
V3.4.1
User's Guide for FSI Systems
IBM
GA32-2235-08

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  • Page 1 ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER V3.4.1 User's Guide for FSI Systems GA32-2235-08...
  • Page 2 EC M13648 PN 00MG879, and "Notices" sections of this publication. Edition notices ® This edition applies to IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER and to all subsequent releases and modifications until otherwise indicated in new editions. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2012, 2016.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ProtecTIER Manager ..33 Chapter 11. About CIFS ..77 Running the ProtecTIER Manager . . 33 Setting CIFS authentication . . 77 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
  • Page 4 Checking and repairing errors . . 173 directory . . 120 Running fsck online . . 175 Cloning an FSI replication directory . . 120 Running fsck . 176 ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 5 Checking and repairing with ProtecTIER Electronic emission notices . . 217 Manager . . 177 Federal Communications Commission statement 217 Industry Canada compliance statement . . 218 European Union Electromagnetic Compatibility Part 4. System recovery Directive . . 218 procedures... . 181 Australia and New Zealand Class A Statement Germany Electromagnetic compatibility Chapter 18.
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  • Page 7: Figures

    Monitoring the FSI system . . 127 NCNR information status dialog . . 180 Nominal data size graph . . 129 Red Hat Linux Installation Progress Screen HyperFactor ratio over time graph . . 130 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
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  • Page 9: Tables

    Tables IBM Web sites for help, services, and CreateExportPath command . . 63 information . . xvi ModifyExportPath command. . 64 Default usernames and passwords . . 40 ListExportPaths command . 65 Processing options . . 53 RemoveExportPath command . 66 Server options .
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  • Page 11: Homologation Statement

    Attention: This product may not be certified in your country for connection by any means whatsoever to interfaces of public telecommunications networks. Further certification may be required by law prior to making any such connection. Contact an IBM representative or reseller if you have any questions. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
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  • Page 13: About This Document

    These are terms for IBM's virtualization solution from the TS7650 family that does not include a disk storage repository, allowing the customer to choose from a variety of storage options. The TS7650G consists of the following: Server There are five types of server that have been used in the Gateway.
  • Page 14 Disk controller The customer must choose the disk controller for use with the TS7650G. A list of compatible controllers is located at the IBM Tape Systems Resource Library website in the TS7650/TS7650G ISV and interoperability matrix document. Disk expansion unit The customer must choose the disk expansion unit for use with the TS7650G.
  • Page 15 repository unique ID (RID) A number that uniquely identifies the repository. The RID is created from the replication grid ID and the repository internal ID in the grid. replication timeframe A scheduled period of time for replication to take place for all policies. shelf A container of VTL cartridges within a ProtecTIER repository.
  • Page 16: Getting Information, Help, And Service

    IBM provides several options for obtaining help, service, and information about the TS7600 ProtecTIER Deduplication Solutions, V3.4.1. If you need help, service, technical assistance, or want more information about IBM products, a wide variety of IBM sources are available to assist you. Available services, telephone numbers, and Web links are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 17 When you call for service, you must provide certain identifying information. You can call 1 (800) IBM SERV (1-800-426-7378) for help and service if you are in the U.S. or Canada. You must choose the software or hardware option when calling for assistance.
  • Page 18: Web Sites

    - 9999999) assigned by IBM when the PID is purchased. It is located on the customer information worksheet or on the invoice from the software purchase. Note: If asked for an operating system, say "Storage". Hardware option Provide the serial number and appropriate four-digit Machine Type for the hardware component that displays a problem (for example: 3958 DD4, 3958 DD5, or 3958).
  • Page 19: Related Ibm Publications

    TS7650G Server (x3958 DD4/DD5/DD6) publications The following publications provide additional documentation about the TS7650G Server: v IBM System x3850 M2 (Type 7141, 7144), System x3950 M2 (Type 7141) User's Guide v IBM Safety Information The server might have features that are not described in the documentation that you received with the server.
  • Page 20 Mail Download, complete, and return this Readers' Comment Form. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 21: Part 1. Preparing To Work With Protectier

    This section of the guide describes the steps for completing the ProtecTIER system setup for new installations and upgrading ProtecTIER servers. In addition, this part describes how to install and configure the ProtecTIER Manager software and how to manage repositories. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
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  • Page 23: Chapter 1. Introduction

    The ProtecTIER VTL service emulates traditional automated tape libraries. Before you use ProtecTIER and this document, ensure that you complete the planning, preparation, and installation tasks. These tasks are described in the IBM TS7650G ProtecTIER Deduplication Gateway Installation Roadmap Guide, GA32-0921 publication.
  • Page 24: Protectier File System Interface (Fsi)

    VTL system set up. Attention: To meet electromagnetic immunity requirements, shielded Ethernet cables are required when attaching to a 1 GbE PCIe Ethernet adapter card. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 25: One Node System

    A one node system uses one server to transfer data from the backup server to the storage fabric, as illustrated in the following figure: Backup Servers Storage Fabric ProtecTIER Server (Node) 1 Storage Fabric Disk Arrays Figure 2. One node system A two node system uses two servers in an active-active cluster and enables you to build a more sophisticated system, as illustrated in the following figure: Chapter 1.
  • Page 26: Two Node System

    Increased Performance if there are sufficient disk resources, the two servers can share the backup load, and increase the performance of ProtecTIER. The following diagram illustrates the details of the ProtecTIER cluster setup: ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 27: Native Replication

    Backup Server ProtecTIER Manager Workstation Front-End Front-End FC Port FC Port Eth 0 Eth 0 Node 1 Node 2 Eth 1 Eth 1 Eth 4 Eth 4 Bond 0 Bond 0 Network Network Back-End Back-End Interfaces Interfaces FC Port FC Port (NIC) (NIC) Cluster Internal...
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  • Page 29: Chapter 2. Completing The Protectier System Setup For New Installations

    Software Upgrade Guide, SC27-3643. Use the ProtecTIER Service menu to complete the ProtecTIER configuration process that was started in manufacturing. If you are working on a TS7650G, some or all of these configurations may have already been done during the node configuration.
  • Page 30 The shutdown process may take a few minutes to complete. When shutdown completes, the following status message appears: Stopping RAS [ Done ] Stopping VTFD [ Done ] ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 31: Configuring The Application Ip Interfaces

    5. Change the server IP address, netmask, default gateway, and host name factory-set values, to the values specific to the customer environment. a. You are prompted, one at a time to enter the following values. At each prompt, type the new value and then press <Enter>: v Customer Network IP address v Customer Network netmask v Customer Network default gateway...
  • Page 32 Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) with L3L4. For more information about bonding, the different load balancing methods, and whether to configure bonds at all, refer to the IBM ProtecTIER Implementation and Best Practices, Redbooks publication SG24-8025, available at: http:// www.redbooks.ibm.com/Redbooks.nsf/RedpieceAbstracts/sg248025.html?Open or...
  • Page 33 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ProtecTIER Service Menu running on rasddx ProtecTIER Configuration (...) IP Network Configuration (...) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) Configure hostname 2) Configure ProtecTIER’s IP interfaces 3) Configure Static Routes 4) Configure Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) IP 5) Configure RAS switch B) Back E) Exit ---------------------------------------------------------------------- >>>...
  • Page 34: Configuring Static Routes

    Service menu” on page 9. 2. From the ProtecTIER Service Menu, select ProtecTIER Configuration (...). Type the corresponding number and press Enter. The ProtecTIER Configuration (...) menu is displayed. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 35 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ProtecTIER Service Menu running on rasddx ProtecTIER Configuration (...) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) Configure ProtecTIER node 2) Recover Configuration for a replaced server 3) Configure machine serial number for a replaced server 4) Configure RAS 5) Update Time, Date, Timezone & Timeserver(s) 6) Scan storage interconnections 7) File Systems Management (...) 8) Configure replication (...)
  • Page 36 This is the network netmask address of the Target (Hub) server. For example: 255.255.255.0. Local Gateway Address: This is the gateway IP address of the local server you are currently working on. For example: 10.11.197.1 An updated summary displays: ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 37: Setting The Timezone

    Target Local Gateway Network Address Target Netmask Address 10.11.194.0 255.255.255.0 10.11.195.1 10.11.196.0 255.255.255.0 10.11.197.1 Note: The addresses in the above summary are examples. Your actual values will vary. The Available Options prompt displays a third time: Available Options: ================== (a)dd a new record (e)dit a record (d)elete a record (c)ommit changes...
  • Page 38: Date, Time, Timezone & Timeserver(S)

    21. America/Los_Angeles 22. America/Anchorage 23. America/Juneau 24. America/Yakutat 25. America/Nome 26. America/Adak Press <Enter> 27. Pacific/Honolulu Please choose a timezone: Figure 6. Sample of US time zones ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 39: Setting The Date And Time

    4. If the Press enter to continue prompt displays, the time zone list is too long to display on the screen at once. Press Enter to advance the list. 5. At the Please choose a timezone: prompt, type the number that corresponds to your timezone and press Enter to return to the Date, Time, Timezone &...
  • Page 40 This process might take up to 10 minutes. When the service restart is complete, the Press the ENTER key to continue... message displays. 7. Press Enter to continue and return to the ProtecTIER Configuration (...) menu. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 41: Chapter 3. Configuring Replication

    (LAN) port. Having the replication ports and the external LAN port on the same subnet may cause replication errors. In addition, IBM recommends that on all ProtecTIER nodes or servers involved in Native Replication, you configure all rep1 ports on one subnet, and you configure all rep2 ports on a different subnet.
  • Page 42: Configuring Protectier Replication Manager

    About this task You must configure the Replication Manager application on the server that remotely manages the replication grid or grids within your organization. IBM recommends configuring the ProtecTIER Replication Manager application on the TARGET server at the remote (destination) site. By doing so, the Replication Manager will remain available in a disaster recovery situation.
  • Page 43 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ProtecTIER Service Menu running on rasddx ProtecTIER Configuration (...) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) Configure ProtecTIER node 2) Recover Configuration for a replaced server 3) Configure machine serial number for a replaced server 4) Configure RAS 5) Update Time, Date, Timezone & Timeserver(s) 6) Scan storage interconnections 7) File Systems Management (...) 8) Configure replication (...)
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  • Page 45: Chapter 4. Installing Protectier Manager

    Workstation access to the ProtecTIER service nodes IP addresses (ports 3501 and 3503 are open on the firewall). IBM recommends that you use the following settings to configure the monitor for ProtecTIER Manager: v Resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels or higher (this resolution is the minimum supported, however, 1280 x 1024 is recommended).
  • Page 46 Perform the following steps to install ProtecTIER Manager on a Windows system: Procedure 1. Insert the IBM ProtecTIER Manager DVD into the CD-ROM drive of the designated ProtecTIER Manager workstation. v If the ProtecTIER Manager installer launches and starts the installation, go on to step 2.
  • Page 47 About this task Perform the following steps to install ProtecTIER Manager on Linux: Procedure 1. Insert the IBM ProtecTIER Manager DVD into the CD-ROM drive of the designated ProtecTIER Manager workstation. 2. Run the ProtecTIER Manager installer. Note: This procedure presumes that the workstation has a Linux graphical interface which is required for ProtecTIER Manager.
  • Page 48: Uninstalling The Protectier Manager Software

    The IBM ProtecTIER Manager wizard Introduction screen is displayed. 3. Click Next. Two separate Software License Agreement screens display. 4. Read the terms for each license agreement, select I accept both the IBM and non-IBM terms of the License Agreement and click Next. The Choose Install Folder screen is displayed.
  • Page 49: Checking The Protectier 3958 Dd6 Firmware Version

    3. Click Done. The Uninstall ProtecTIER Manager wizard closes. Checking the ProtecTIER 3958 DD6 Firmware version Complete this task to check the 3958 DD6 Firmware version About this task Important: The firmware upgrade process connects to the Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) to get firmware information. Therefore, it is mandatory to have the BMC configured with an IP address on the same customer network segment before continuing with the procedure.
  • Page 50: Updating The Protectier 3958 Dd6 Firmware

    Controller (BMC) to get firmware information. Therefore, it is mandatory to have the BMC configured with an IP address on the same customer network segment before continuing with the procedure. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 51 Procedure 1. If you are updating a single node configuration, connect a USB keyboard and graphics-capable monitor to the server. 2. If you are updating a clustered configuration, verify that both Server A and Server B are running: v Yes, continue to step 3 v No, power on any servers that are not running, wait for the boot cycle to complete, and then continue to step 3 3.
  • Page 52 Begin Processing Procedure [Jan 31 11:25:43] Check current Firmware Versions [ Done ] All firmware versions are up to date. End Processing Procedure Successfully [Jan 31 11:25:43] ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 53: Chapter 5. Getting Started With Protectier Manager

    1. Run the ProtecTIER Manager application: v On a Windows-based ProtecTIER Manager workstation, run the ProtecTIER Manager application: Click Start > All Programs > IBM > ProtecTIER Manager > IBM ProtecTIER Manager. v On a Linux-based ProtecTIER Manager workstation: a. Navigate to the directory where you installed ProtecTIER Manager. The default installation directory is: /opt/IBM/PTManager.
  • Page 54: Changing The User Account Password

    8. Click Close to exit the Manage Users window. Changing the user account password This topic describes how to change the password of a user account on the ProtecTIER Manager system. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 55: Changing The Support System Settings

    About this task Complete this task to change the user password in the ProtecTIER Manager system. Procedure 1. Choose System > Manage Users. The Manage Users dialog is displayed. 2. Select a user account from the list and click Change password. The Change password dialog is displayed.
  • Page 56: Running Operations In The Background

    By selecting Run in background, you return control to the user. If additional systems are configured in ProtecTIER Manager, those systems are accessible and can be worked on, even while the required operation is running. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 57: Chapter 6. Managing Nodes

    1. Run the ProtecTIER Manager application: v For a Windows-based ProtecTIER Manager workstation, run the ProtecTIER Manager application: Click Start > All Programs > IBM > ProtecTIER Manager > IBM ProtecTIER Manager. v For a Linux-based ProtecTIER Manager workstation, click the icon for ProtecTIER Manager on the Desktop or the location of the shortcut specified during the installation.
  • Page 58: Adding Node Subnetworks

    Customizing the network configuration of a node This topic describes how to use the Network Configuration window in ProtecTIER Manager to customize the IP communication interfaces on a node. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 59 About this task The Network Configuration window lets you reassign the IP communication interfaces to group several physical interfaces into a single virtual interface, and create a bond configuration of several physical interfaces. The IP communication interfaces can also be reassigned using the ProtecTIER Service menu. See “Configuring the application IP interfaces”...
  • Page 60: Logging In And Out Of The Protectier Manager Application

    Results IBM recommends that you change or replace these default user accounts. For more information, see “Managing users” on page 33. Note: Only one Administrator can be logged in to a ProtecTIER node at a time. To avoid conflicts, you should log out at the end of each session by clicking the Logout button.
  • Page 61: Chapter 7. Managing Repositories

    If more storage is required, you can select additional file systems (if they exist) to add to the metadata. About this task Enabling replication on the TS7650G might require additional metadata, pending the actual metadata deployment on the specific repository. To enable replication: Procedure 1.
  • Page 62: Expanding Repositories

    Note: If you are expanding the repository only to increase the amount of meta data space, increase the estimated factoring ratio value, but leave the repository physical size value unchanged. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 63 3. In the Estimated factoring ratio field, enter the updated factoring ratio estimate for the repository. 4. In the MD Raid configuration field, select a configuration option from the drop-down list. 5. In the Disk size field, select the physical disk size, in GB, from the drop-down list.
  • Page 64 15) Replace SAS drive B) Back E) Exit ---------------------------------------------------------------------- >>> Your choice? 4. Type the numeral corresponding to File Systems Management and press Enter. The File Systems Management menu displays. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 65 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ProtecTIER Service Menu running on rasddx ProtecTIER Configuration (...) File Systems Management (...) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) Configure file systems on all available devices 2) Create file system(s) on a single unused device 3) Extend a file system with a new unused device 4) Update /etc/fstab 5) Display configured devices 6) Display unused devices...
  • Page 66 ID: ptconfig and password: ptconfig. 2. At the command line type menu and then press Enter. The ProtecTIER Service Menu displays: ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 67 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ProtecTIER Service Menu running on rasddx ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) ProtecTIER Configuration (...) 2) Manage ProtecTIER services (...) 3) Health Monitoring (...) 4) Problem Alerting (...) 5) Version Information (...) 6) Generate a service report 7) Generate a system view 8) Update ProtecTIER code 9) ProtecTIER analysis (...) E) Exit ----------------------------------------------------------------------...
  • Page 68 9. From the Repository resources dialog, click Advanced. The Repository resources window is displayed with a list of available file systems for metadata and user data. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 69: Defragmentation On A Repository

    Figure 10. Repository resources dialog 10. Select file systems from the Available file systems list and click the arrows to the left and right of the column to add available file systems to either the metadata column or the user data column. 11.
  • Page 70 6. When the system comes back online, you can resume use of your ProtecTIER system. Note: Before you can recreate a repository on the existing storage, contact a trained ProtecTIER specialist for assistance. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 71: Chapter 8. Managing And Monitoring Protectier Through The Cli

    <--command specific options> Indicate the parameters or arguments you must specify for the command. Required keywords appear on the main path line. Mutually exclusive required keywords are stacked vertically. Optional keywords ►► ►◄ -help © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
  • Page 72: Ptcli

    To run ptcli on a ProtecTIER node, move into the following directory: /opt/dtc/ptcli. To run ptcli on a host running ProtecTIER Manager, move into the ProtecTIER Manager directory (in Windows, C:\Program Files\IBM\ProtecTIER Manager). The ptcli command is issued from the command line as follows: ►► ./ptcli <command name>...
  • Page 73: Creating A Profile

    v “Server options” on page 54 v “Commands” on page 54 Creating a profile This topic describes how to create a profile in order to query the ProtecTIER server through the command line interface (CLI) using ptcli. About this task Creating a profile is an optional task that can be completed prior to accessing the ptcli.
  • Page 74: Server Options

    Commands The following tables contain lists of commands to invoke on the management server. For information about ProtecTIER Repository commands, see “ProtecTIER repository commands” on page 55. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 75: Protectier Repository Commands

    ProtecTIER repository commands The following tables contain lists of commands to invoke on the ProtecTIER repository. Table 5. CreateRepository Command Command Explanation Command Specific Options CreateRepository Create a repository Name Explanation Repository name --name <NAME> --system <NAME> System name Repository physical --size <SIZE>...
  • Page 76: Protectier Fsi Commands

    Table 9. CreateFsiFileSystem command Command Explanation Command Specific Options CreateFsiFileSystem Create file system Name Explanation --fsName <NAME> File system name Maximum file system size --size <NUM> (in GB) ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 77: Modifyfsifilesystem Command

    Table 9. CreateFsiFileSystem command (continued) Command Explanation Command Specific Options Example: CreateFsiFileSystem ►► ./ptcli CreateFsiFileSystem --ip 9.148.220.45 --loginFile h:\ptcli\ptadmin Command Specific Options ►◄ Command Specific Options: --fsName <NAME> --size <GB> Table 10. ModifyFsiFileSystem command Command Explanation Command Specific Options Modify file system Name Explanation ModifyFsiFileSystem...
  • Page 78: Deletefsifilesystem Command

    Command Specific Options ListReplicationDestination Prints the list of replication Name Explanation DirectoryStatistics destination directory --fsName <NAME> File system name (taken statistics on the given file from "ListFileSystems" system. output). ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 79: Addsambauser Command

    Table 14. ListReplicationDestinationDirectoryStatistics command (continued) Command Explanation Command Specific Options Example: ListReplicationDestinationDirectoryStatistics ►► ./ptcli ListReplicationDestinationDirectoryStatistics --ip 9.148.220.45 --loginFile h:\ptcli\ptadmin --fsName <name> ►◄ CIFS related commands Table 15. AddSambaUser command Command Explanation Command Specific Options AddSambaUser Add a Samba user (note Name Explanation that this command may...
  • Page 80: Changesambauserid Command

    Table 19. CreateSharedPath command Command Explanation Command Specific Options Create a CIFS share Name Explanation CreateSharedPath --fsName <NAME> File system name (taken from "ListFileSystems" output). Shared path name --shareName <NAME> ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 81 Table 19. CreateSharedPath command (continued) Command Explanation Command Specific Options --path <PATH> Shared path Comma-delimited list of IP --allowedHosts <IP> addresses of the allowed hosts, or 'all' if all hosts are allowed [--userReadOnly Comma-delimited list of <NAME,...,NAME] user names to be set to "Read Only"...
  • Page 82: Modifysharedpath Command

    Command Specific Options ►◄ Command Specific Options: --shareName <NAME> ► [--newShareName] <NAME> [--enablement] <STATUS> ► Command Specific Options Command Specific Options: ► [--allowedHosts] <IP,...,IP> [--userReadOnly] <NAME,...,NAME> ► [--userReadWrite] <NAME,...,NAME> ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 83: Listsharedpaths Command

    Table 21. ListSharedPaths command Command Explanation Command Specific Options ListSharedPaths Prints the list of shared Name Explanation paths on the given file --fsName <NAME> File system name (taken system. from "ListFileSystems" output). Example: ListSharedPaths ►► ./ptcli ListSharedPaths --ip 9.148.220.45 --loginFile h:\ptcli\ptadmin --fsName <NAME> ►◄...
  • Page 84: Modifyexportpath Command

    Command Specific Options ModifyExportPath Modify an NFS Name Explanation export File system name (taken from --fsName <NAME> "ListFileSystems" output). --exportName <NAME> Export path name (taken from "ListExportPaths" output). ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 85: Listexportpaths Command

    Table 24. ModifyExportPath command (continued) Command Explanation Command Specific Options --[newExportName <NAME>] A new name for the export path Export the enablement status. [--enablement STATUS] Valid values are enabled and disabled. --secured STATUS Port security status allows only connections from port 1024 and below.
  • Page 86: Removeexportpath Command

    --destinationPaths A comma-delimited list of <PATH,...,PATH> destination paths, with each path in the following format: repositoryId:fsName: destinationPath ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 87: Replicationstatistics Command

    Table 27. CreateFsiPolicy command (continued) Command Explanation Command Specific Options Example: CreateFsiPolicy ►► ./ptcli CreateFsiPolicy --ip 9.148.220.45 --loginFile h:\ptcli\ptadmin Command Specific Options ►◄ Command Specific Options: --name <name> --sourcePaths <PATH,...,PATH> --destinationPaths <PATH,...,PATH> Table 28. ReplicationStatistics command Command Explanation Command Specific Options ReplicationStatistics Prints the replication Name...
  • Page 88: Clonedirectory Command

    --targetDir <NAME> Target directory name. Example: CloneDirectory ►► ./ptcli CloneDirectory --loginInline h:\ptcli\<ID.PASSWORD> Command Specific Options ►◄ Command Specific Options: --sourceFS <NAME> --targetFS <NAME> --sourceDir <NAME> --targetDir <NAME> ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 89: Part 2. Working With Protectier Fsi

    Part 2. Working with ProtecTIER FSI This section of the guide describes how to work with ProtecTIER for FSI. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
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  • Page 91: Chapter 9. Working With Protectier For Fsi

    An alternate term for bonding, typically used in Microsoft operating systems. Link aggregation A method for grouping several interfaces into a single virtual interface, for the purpose of load sharing between the interfaces. IEEE 802.3ad IEEE standard for Link Aggregation for LAN connectivity. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
  • Page 92: Bonding And Teaming

    Each one of the virtual interfaces can be assigned one or more physical network ports. ProtecTIER's default setup already divides the physical ports between the virtual interfaces; however, this can be changed in specific cases where required. If ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 93: Bonding Methods Supported By The Protectier

    more than one physical port is assigned to a virtual interface, it is important to configure the bonding methodology of this interface to align with the network environment and fulfill the desired behavior in terms of performance and redundancy. See “Load distribution methodology” for the bonding methodologies supported by ProtecTIER.
  • Page 94 Therefore, there is no need to modify the default setup, unless there is a reason related to the system's management to expose several IPs to the hosts. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 95: Chapter 10. Working With File Systems In Fsi

    It is possible that in order to modify the file system you will be required to change the file system size. When creating the file system, the maximum file system size is set as the configured and as the actual, but over time due to © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
  • Page 96: Deleting A File System

    2. Select Delete from the File system menu. A confirm data loss window is displayed. 3. Type data loss in the Confirm data loss window and click Ok. The file system is deleted from the system. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 97: Chapter 11. About Cifs

    Note: By default, ProtecTIER is set to a Workgroup authentication mode. The customer is responsible for configuring the Active Directory server. Procedure 1. From the Systems Management view of ProtecTIER Manager, select CIFS > Authentication > Set authentication mode. The Authentication setup wizard is displayed: © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
  • Page 98: Defining A Workgroup

    Users Management wizard. Click Yes and go on to “User's management for CIFS workgroups” on page 80. What to do next Go on to “User's management for CIFS workgroups” on page 80. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 99: Defining The Active Directory

    Defining the Active directory About this task Continue using the Authentication setup wizard to set the parameters for Active Directory authentication. Procedure 1. From the Welcome page of the Authentication setup wizard, click the Active directory authentication type and click Next. A warning message displays that the Network Time Protocol (NTP) servers are configured with primary and secondary addresses.
  • Page 100: User's Management For Cifs Workgroups

    Activate or deactivate user access to shared paths Procedure 1. In the Systems Management view, select CIFS > Authentication > Users management from the menu bar. The Users Management for Workgroups window is displayed. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 101: Adding A Cifs User

    2. To define users in the workgroup, continue to “Adding a CIFS user.” Adding a CIFS user Use this task to add users to a workgroup for access to a CIFS shared path. About this task To add a user: Procedure 1.
  • Page 102: Activating Or Deactivating Cifs User Access

    Working with CIFS paths sharing involves tasks such as creating, modifying and deleting CIFS shares. Creating a CIFS share on ProtecTIER About this task This topic describes how to create a CIFS share. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 103: Create A Cifs Share Window

    Procedure 1. From the Systems Management view, select an existing file system under the File System category in the navigation pane. 2. Select CIFS > Path Sharing > Create a CIFS share. The Create a CIFS share Properties window is displayed: Figure 12.
  • Page 104: Modifying A Cifs Share On Protectier

    Follow these steps to modify the properties, access and permissions of a CIFS share: 1. From the Systems Management view, select an existing file system under the File System category in the navigation pane. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 105: Removing A Cifs Share From Protectier

    2. On the CIFS tab, click on the defined share you want to modify from the CIFS Shared Paths list and click Modify share at the bottom of the CIFS Shared Paths frame. Note: Alternatively, select Modify share from the CIFS > Path Sharing menu. The Modify share wizard is displayed.
  • Page 106: Connecting To A Cifs Share

    5. The Realm allows user in one domain to access resources in another domain. Type a name for the realm in the Realm field. Click Next. The Servers window is displayed. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 107 6. Define the Administrator server credentials of the Active Directory: a. Type a username in the Accounts operator user name: field b. Assign a password in the Password: field. 7. Define the Active Directory server(s) IP addresses: a. Type the primary IP server address in the Primary active directory server address: field.
  • Page 108: Modifying User Access To The Share

    The following task explains how to migrate from Active Directory authentication to Workgroup authentication Procedure 1. From the Systems Management view, select CIFS > Authentication > Set Authentication mode. The Authentication setup wizard is displayed. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 109 2. From the Welcome page of the Authentication setup wizard, click the Workgroup authentication type. The Leave Domain window is displayed. 3. Select the Leave active directory domain option. 4. Enter the Accounts operator user name and Password. 5. Click Next. The Properties window is displayed. 6.
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  • Page 111: Chapter 12. About Nfs

    1. From the Systems Management view, select an existing file system under the File System category in the navigation pane. 2. Select NFS > Create an NFS export. The Create an NFS export Properties window is displayed; © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
  • Page 112: Create An Nfs Export Window

    7. Choose the host Permissions: v Write enabled v Read only 8. Choose the User ID Mapping: v Root squash. Map root users to anonymous user/group IDs. v No root squash. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 113: Modifying An Nfs Export On Protectier

    Do not map root users to anonymous user/group IDs. 9. Click Ok. The new host appears in the Allowed hosts list. To remove a host, select the host from the Allowed hosts list and click Remove. Figure 15. Adding a host user 10.
  • Page 114: Removing An Nfs Export From Protectier

    Follow these steps to delete an NFS export and remove the NFS export path: Note: Before removing an NFS export, umount the export folder and then run the delete operation from ProtecTIER Manager. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 115: Mounting An Nfs File System On A Host

    1. From the root prompt command line of the host server, type: umount <NFS server address>:/<exportName> where <NFS server address> is the IP of the FSI port on the ProtecTIER side and /<exportName> is the directory path of the NFS export. 2.
  • Page 116: Mounting An Nfs File System On Linux

    Note: If you are using an AIX client, it is possible that you will not be able to mount the NFS file system. To use the NFS export, type the command on the AIX server: nfso -o nfs_use_reserved_ports=1 ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 117: Mounting An Nfs File System On Solaris

    To make the change permanent, add the -p flag option in the command. Verify that the NFS export has been successfully mounted. Mounting an NFS file system on Solaris Procedure 1. Before you begin, make sure your network is configured on the client as well as ProtecTIER, as described in Chapter 2, “Completing the ProtecTIER system setup for new installations,”...
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  • Page 119: Chapter 13. Native Replication Management (For Fsi)

    3. Click Ok. The Replication Manager view is displayed. Removing a ProtecTIER Replication Manager Before you remove a ProtecTIER Replication Manager, you must first log out of the Replication Manager you want to remove. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
  • Page 120: Managing The Replication Grid

    Grid ID cannot be reused. Being that there are only 64 grid numbers (0 - 63), deleting a grid means that you 'lose' one grid ID. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 121: Working With Repositories In A Replication Grid

    Displaying removed repositories To display a list of removed (unrecoverable) repositories and their replacements, click Grid > Show removed repositories. A table is displayed showing the list of removed repositories and their replacements according to their ID numbers and names. Figure 16.
  • Page 122: Removing A Repository From A Grid

    Updating the replication IP address of a grid member Complete this task to update the Replication Manager about a change in the replication IP address of a grid member. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 123: Working With Replication Groups In Fsi

    If the replication IP address of a grid member is changed, you need to update the ProtecTIER Replication manager with the new IP address. To update the replication manager about a change in the IP address of a repository, select Repository > Update repository address. The Update repository address screen is displayed.
  • Page 124: Adding A Single Node Repository To A Replication Group

    3. Click Next. The following options appear: v Creating a new replication group v Join an existing replication group 4. Select Join an existing replication group. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 125: Modifying A Replication Group For Fsi

    5. Click Next. The Group selection window is displayed. 6. Choose an existing replication group to join from the Existing replication group drop-down list. A preview of the existing replication group selected is displayed. 7. Click Finish. The wizard closed and the repository is added to the existing replication group.
  • Page 126: Working With Replication Policies In Fsi

    3. Click Next. The Properties window is displayed. 4. Type a name for the policy in the Policy name field and click Next. The Source directories window is displayed. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 127: Create Policy Source Directories

    Figure 17. Create policy source directories 5. Click Add to add a new source directory. The Add source directory window is displayed. 6. From the dropdown list, select the File System that contains the directory from which you want to replicate. 7.
  • Page 128: Modifying Fsi Replication Policies

    1. From the Systems Management view, select Replication Policies from the navigation pane. 2. Select the policy you want to modify from the Replication Policies list in the work pane. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 129 3. Right-click on the policy and select Modify replication policy from the popup menu, or select Replication > Replication Policy > Modify replication policy. The Modify policy wizard is displayed. 4. To change the name of the policy, type the new name in the Policy name: field, otherwise, leave the policy name as is and click Next.
  • Page 130: Deleting Fsi Replication Policies

    20. Click Finish to save and close the Modify replication policy wizard. Deleting FSI replication policies This topic describes how to delete a replication policy on a repository in an FSI environment. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 131: Running A Replication Policy In Fsi

    About this task Deleting a policy removes the policy in its entirety from the repository. A replication policy can be deleted even if one or all of its destinations are not responsive. All running and pending activities associated with this policy are cancelled, but the replication destination directory remains intact.
  • Page 132: Disabling Fsi Replication Policies

    /rdd, run the Take ownership of a replication directory procedure and replicate the existing data to a different source. See “Taking ownership of a replication destination directory” on page 120 for more information. Once all the data is ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 133: Enabling Fsi Replication Policies

    replicated and the replicated data is restored, the replication directory can be deleted. See “Deleting a replication directory” on page 114. Enabling FSI replication policies This task describes how to activate replication policies for FSI. About this task When a replication policy is created, it is activated by default. However, if a destination repository becomes unavailable for an extended period of time and the policy has been deactivated, the policy may have to be enabled.
  • Page 134: Deleting A Replication Directory

    10. Type data loss in the Confirm data loss window and click Ok. All of the files on the Replication directory are deleted and cannot be restored. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 135: Setting The Weekly Replication Timeframe

    Setting the weekly replication timeframe Scheduling a timeframe for replication to take place for all policies allows you to maximize your system's resources and prioritize between backups and replication. About this task Defining a replication timeframe gives replication the highest priority with the maximum system resources used to complete the replication during the “replication window”.
  • Page 136: Setting The Centralized Time Frame

    That is, the values set in the physical throughput may, but do not necessarily impact those values set in the nominal throughput, and vice versa. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 137: Combined Replication Rate Limits

    The physical throughput limit restrains the amount of I/O and resources replication consumes on the local repository. Implicitly, this reduces the total load on the replication networks used by the repository (you can have 2 networks) and the amount of resources needed on the peer repository, as well. The nominal throughput directly affects the load on the destination repository.
  • Page 138: Limiting The Network Interface Bandwidth

    IP Network configuration pane. The device properties are displayed to the right. 3. Click Limit bandwidth on the bottom-right of the Device properties window. The Limit network interface bandwidth window is displayed: ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 139: Restoring Backup Data From A Policy Replication Directory

    Figure 21. Limit network interface bandwidth window 4. Select the Limit network bandwidth checkbox to redefine the bandwidth speed (in Mbit/Sec). The bandwidth limit value can range from 1 to 1000. Other values will not be accepted. If the checkbox is not selected, the value will default to an unlimited bandwidth speed.
  • Page 140: Taking Ownership Of A Replication Destination Directory

    To perform a disaster recovery (DR) test, a space-efficient clone of a read-only replication destination directory can be created on the destination repository that is read/write accessible. All existing ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 141: Controlling Replication Traffic In Fsi

    data in the repository remains accessible during cloning. If backup data is written to the clone, the relevant modified section is written as new data on the repository. Note: The clone operation might be slower when the system is busy with other resource consuming processes, such as replications.
  • Page 142: Blocking Replication Activity

    To stop manual outgoing replication activities, cloning activities, or both: 1. From the Systems Management view, select Activities in the navigation pane. 2. Click on the activity, or a multiple of activities from the Activities list. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 143 3. Choose one of the following methods: v Highlight all of the activities you want to stop and click the Stop activity button on the bottom of the Object ID details pane. v Right-click on the activity you want to stop and choose Stop activity. The running activities are cancelled without affecting any pending activities, and without causing any backlog issues.
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  • Page 145: Chapter 14. Monitoring Protectier Fsi

    Select a system dropdown list. From the All systems view, select the Systems tab to monitor the following system details: Column name Description System Name Displays the name of the ProtecTIER system as it appears in ProtecTIER Manager. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
  • Page 146: Monitoring The Protectier Fsi System

    From the All systems view, select the Upgrading systems tab to monitor the progress of the ProtecTIER systems undergoing a code upgrade. For more information on upgrading ProtecTIER software, refer to the IBM TS7650 ProtecTIER Software Upgrade Guide, SC27-3643. Monitoring the ProtecTIER FSI system This section describes how to monitor the FSI system with ProtecTIER Manager.
  • Page 147: Capacity

    Figure 23. Monitoring the FSI system Capacity The Capacity pane displays the physical and nominal data breakdown of the repository of the selected system: Physical v Used refers to the amount of disk space currently containing physical data v Fragmented refers to the amount of disk space pending the ProtecTIER defragmentation operation v Allocable refers to the amount of free disk space available to contain physical data...
  • Page 148: Repository Configuration

    The external IP address of the ProtecTIER Replication Manager used by ProtecTIER Manager to connect to the Replication Manager. Replication address The replication IP address of the ProtecTIER Replication Manager. v Grid information: ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 149: Monitoring Protectier Fsi Performance Statistics

    Field Definition Grid name The name of the grid to which this repository is assigned. Grid ID The identification number of the grid to which this repository is assigned. Grid Repository ID The identification number of the repository in the grid. v The Switch to: field enables you to toggle between the ProtecTIER Replication Manager and the system view, or other ProtecTIER systems in the grid.
  • Page 150: Backup Statistics

    “Backup write graph” on page 131 Backup read graph The Backup read graph displays the throughput (in MB/Sec) and streams of data read from the repository over time. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 151: Backup Read Graph

    Figure 27. Backup read graph The view displays the data over a 24-hour period in 1-minute intervals. Backup Marginal HyperFactor ratio graph The Marginal HyperFactor ratio graph displays the amount of data written to the repository, and the physical space it occupies, at each point in time. Comparing these two values enables you to evaluate the effect of HyperFactor on the data written.
  • Page 152: Replication Statistics

    The view displays the data over a 24-hour period in 1-minute intervals. Outgoing replication graph The Outgoing replication graph displays the throughput (in MB/Sec) and streams of data replicated to the destination repository, or repositories, over time. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 153: Monitoring Fsi Activities

    Figure 31. Outgoing replication graph The view displays the data over a 24-hour period in 1-minute intervals. Backlog replication graph The Backlog replication graph displays the overall data pending replication over time. Figure 32. Backlog replication graph Monitoring FSI activities This topic describes how to use ProtecTIER Manager to monitor ongoing activities (I/O and replication) of an FSI system.
  • Page 154 Progress* the progress of replicating the latest changes to their destination Estimated time left* the estimated amount of time remaining for the replication process to complete ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 155: Monitoring The File System

    Overall statistics The Overall statistics pane displays the nominal throughput of backup and restore streams in MiB/sec. The Replication tab displays the nominal and physical throughput of incoming and outgoing replication streams. The Backlog tab displays the nominal replication backlog data per destination. The Additional activities information pane displays information on the following: Figure 34.
  • Page 156: Viewing The Space Utilization Of A File System Through A Cifs User

    The following information is displayed for each defined policy: Policy name The name that you defined for the policy. Mode All data is either copied or moved. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 157: Monitoring A File System

    Enabled Policy can be enabled or disabled for running, or partially enabled with some of the destinations disabled. A policy can also be enabled or disabled per destination. Click a policy to see the policy's details, such as: source directories and destination repository paths.
  • Page 158: Monitoring An Nfs Export Configuration

    Click on an NFS export name from the NFS Exports list to display the details and the hosts that have access to the export and their user permissions: ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 159 Table 42. NFS Export details Pane Description Details Displays if port security allows connections from port 1024 and below and the user ID used for anonymous user when squash is enabled. Host Access Displays the allowed hosts with access to the NFS export, the host access type (read, write, or both), and the anonymous user mapping if root squash is enabled.
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  • Page 161: Part 3. Performance Optimization, Reporting And Troubleshooting

    Part 3. Performance optimization, reporting and troubleshooting This part contains information about performance optimization, creating and generating reports, and troubleshooting procedures using ProtecTIER Manager. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
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  • Page 163: Chapter 15. Optimization

    ProtecTIER Manager. To access the CRC calculation window, select System > Optimization > CRC calculation. Select a CRC calculation option from the dropdown list: v Software 64-bit CRC v Hardware/Software fast 32-bit CRC Click Ok to save and exit the window. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
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  • Page 165: Chapter 16. Reporting

    MIB file for translation of the trap messaging. v SNMP trapping enabled on one or more of your ProtecTIER servers. For 3958 DD6, 3958 DD5, and 3958 DD4 servers, see the IBM ProtecTIER User's Guide for VTL Systems, GA32-0922. The ProtecTIER servers have the following improvements in SNMP support.
  • Page 166 Front end adapter, if VTL enabled v General server errors v General network errors v Ethernet switch, if cluster enabled with SMC switch (TS7650G only) v Network power switch, if cluster enabled with new network power switch (TS7650G only)
  • Page 167 – The MIB file is implemented in a tree structure and has a unique OID for each message supported. – The MIB file ships on the ProtecTIER server. v Provide reporting to the network management application software. v Improved communication options: –...
  • Page 168: Using The Protectier Manager Configuration Menu

    GUI from communicating with the server, and prevent the reporting of fault information for the failed component. By enabling SNMP reporting, you will have greater assurance that hardware faults do not go undetected. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 169: Accessing The Configuration Menu

    Accessing the Configuration menu Procedure 1. If it is not already running, launch ProtecTIER Manager and log in to your system. 2. In the ProtecTIER Manager window, select the Systems Management view. 3. Open the ProtecTIER Manager Configuration menu. From the menu bar at the top of the ProtecTIER Manager window, click: System >...
  • Page 170: Configure Snmp Traps

    In addition, to enable the trap receiver to translate and display the SNMP trap data, you must specify the filename and location of the management information base (MIB) files for the SNMP trap receiver. On the TS7600 servers, the MIB filename is: IBM-TS7600-SNMP-MIBV2.mib, located in: /usr/share/snmp/mibs. The full path is: /usr/share/snmp/mibs/IBM-TS7600- SNMP-MIBV2.mib.
  • Page 171: Physical Space Threshold Alerts Configuration

    10. When you are finished adding and testing SNMP trap destinations, from the navigation pane, select the Alert Filtering by Severity option. The Alert Filtering by Severity window opens. Use the options in this window to specify the severity level(s) which trigger the generation of an SNMP trap.
  • Page 172: Nominal Space Threshold Alerts Configuration

    Set Threshold. The Set backlog threshold for repository window is displayed, as shown in Figure 39 on page 153: ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 173: Set Backlog Threshold For Repository

    Figure 39. Set backlog threshold for repository 22. Select the checkbox to enable the threshold value input fields and enter the corresponding values (in GB) for the upper and lower replication backlog threshold limits. 23. When you have finished setting the replication backlog threshold limits, click Ok to close the window and click Submit.
  • Page 174: Generating A Protectier Service Report

    31. The system configuration to enable and define the parameters for SNMP reporting is now complete. Generating a ProtecTIER service report Complete this task to generate a service report on your ProtecTIER system for use by IBM Service. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 175 About this task A trained ProtecTIER specialist might request that you generate a service report detailing the status of your ProtecTIER system. Service report files can be attached to a support ticket and sent to a trained ProtecTIER specialist. Service reports can be generated for only one node at a time.
  • Page 176: Generating A Service Report Using The Protectier Service Menu

    6. Select the start and end dates to filter the report data by date range. Unless otherwise specified by IBM Support, the end date is the day the report is collected. 7. Click Ok. The Service Report file is created on the ProtecTIER server and a standard save dialog box is displayed.
  • Page 177 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ProtecTIER Service Menu running on rasap1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) ProtecTIER Configuration (...) 2) Manage ProtecTIER services (...) 3) Health Monitoring (...) 4) Problem Alerting (...) 5) Version Information (...) 6) Generate a service report 7) Generate a system view 8) Update ProtecTIER code E) Exit ---------------------------------------------------------------------- >>>...
  • Page 178: Creating A Long-Term Statistics Report

    Procedure 1. From the Systems Management view, choose Reports > Create long term statistics report. The Create long term statistics report window is displayed. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 179: Create Long Term Statistics Report Window

    Description All (for support) Collects all of the statistical data from the system. The report can be sent as a file to IBM Service for analysis. ProtecTIER FSI Statistics Report Displays statistics data for monitoring purposes. The following table displays the information included in the ProtecTIER Statistics report.
  • Page 180 5. Click OK. The long term statistics report file is created on the ProtecTIER server and a standard save dialog box is displayed. 6. Click Yes to download the report and save the file on the ProtecTIER Manager workstation. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 181: Creating A Performance Analysis Report

    Creating a performance analysis report Complete this task to create a performance analysis report on your ProtecTIER system for use by IBM Service. About this task Create a performance analysis report for the nodes in your system when you want to analyze your system statistics.
  • Page 182: Understanding The Protectier Performance Analysis

    Node 1/ Node 2 This section contains the node specific performance information, such as backup and restore activity, delete, defrag and replication information. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 183: Creating A System Activities Statistics Report

    Table 43. Performance analysis report sections (continued) Section Explanation Cluster This section will be created only when the report is executed for both nodes. This section contains cluster wide performance information. Charts Performance analysis charts explain how the system was working at some specific period of time.
  • Page 184 The average throughput of outgoing (bytes/sec) nominal data that is sent from this node to the destination(s). Out-replication activities The average number of replication streams out of the system. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 185: Viewing Machine Reported Product Data (Mrpd)

    MRPD is the sub process that provides the capability of a system to report its own current hardware and software configuration information and vital product data, and make it available to those IBM processes and applications that need timely and accurate machine configuration information. Product data is gathered by a machine and sent to a destination, such as an IBM support server.
  • Page 186 The following is an example of running the analyze_sessions utility with the -l and -i server options to display a list of the cartridge names and their totals in the report: ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 187 [root@ny utils]# ./analyze_sessions -d 5 -s 2012-12-01-00-00 -e 2012-12-31-01-00 -l -i /pt_work/cart_list analyze_sessions: this program analyzes the logs on the current ProtecTIER server. Its output is the change rate between each session and data that was available in the repository at the time. This program and its output contain proprietary information of International Business Machines Corporation.
  • Page 188: Recent Backup Session And Deduplication

    The amount of data that was written to the disk after factoring and compression. Start time Start time of the backup session. End time End time of the backup session. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 189: Chapter 17. Troubleshooting

    Miscellaneous tasks that a trained ProtecTIER specialist might ask you to perform during the troubleshooting process are listed here. Attention: Do not perform these tasks unless you are directed to do so by IBM Support. v Disabling defragmentation - Enables you to stop the defragmentation process.
  • Page 190 The trace buffer report is generated for the node and saved to the ProtecTIER server. Note: Record the file name so that you can find it when IBM Service asks you to send it in with an attached support ticket.
  • Page 191: Set Trace Levels Window

    These trace levels are initially set in manufacturing. IBM Support might direct you to reduce the level of detail traced for certain components. This request is made so that system resources are freed up or to increase the level of detail for system components that are suspected to be problematic.
  • Page 192: Viewing The Alerts And Events Log Windows

    /pt_work/log/vtf_error.log file. View the alerts log by opening the /pt_work/log/vtf_event.log file. Wizard error messages ProtecTIER Manager wizards feature a Message area to inform you of issues that relate to each wizard screen. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 193: Checking And Repairing Errors

    Figure 47. Message area Messages can be of the following types: You cannot continue the wizard until this problem is resolved. You can continue the wizard without resolving this issue, but it is not recommended. Checking and repairing errors Before checking and recovering errors with ProtecTIER Manager, ensure that the file systems are stable and free of errors that require fsck.
  • Page 194 3. Open /etc/fstab and determine the corresponding logical volumes names. The following output is an example of the fstab entry format: /dev/mapper/<logical volume name> /<mount point> gfs defaults,noatime,nodiratime,noquota,acl 0 0" ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 195: Running Fsck Online

    Running fsck online ProtecTIER Version 3.3.7 includes the capability of running fsck online. You do not need to take the system offline while you run fsck. The system stays operational so that backups and restores continue while you check the consistency of the file systems.
  • Page 196: Running Fsck

    B) Back E) Exit ---------------------------------------------------------------------- >>> Your choice? 5. Select Stop all services to stop the ProtecTIER services on the node. 6. Shut down the stopped node. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 197: Checking And Repairing With Protectier Manager

    Notes: v For v3.3 and earlier, the check and recovery process is time-consuming and the ProtecTIER system goes offline for the duration of the process. IBM therefore recommends that you use the Check and recover wizard only for severe problems.
  • Page 198: Check And Recover Dialog

    In the Category subpane, filter the list contents by selecting individual categories. Categories that contain errors of the type ProtecTIER recoverable errors feature an empty check box. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 199 Repairing the system About this task If the checking process discovers errors of the type ProtecTIER recoverable errors, attempt to repair the errors using ProtecTIER Manager. Attention: Make sure to allot sufficient down-time for system recovery. The recovery process is time-consuming and the ProtecTIER system goes offline for the duration of that process.
  • Page 200: Ncnr Information Status Dialog

    To save data, use the native backup application to partially restore the cartridges identified. You can monitor the scanning progress by using: grep "DfsMapStatistics::LogStatus:" /pt_work/log/vtf_internal.log. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 201: Part 4. System Recovery Procedures

    Part 4. System recovery procedures This section of the guide describes the system recovery procedures. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
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  • Page 203: Chapter 18. Protectier System Recovery Procedures

    IBM. This replacement must be ordered as an RPQ. Note: In addition to the procedures outlined in the following topics, the TS7650G 3958 DD6 provides the new Operating System (OS) Recovery feature. This feature adds redundancy to the ProtecTIER server by enabling it to create images of its current configuration.
  • Page 204 3. Reboot the server by entering in the following command at the command line: reboot. a. To boot from the IBM ProtecTIER Maintenance and Recovery Disk , during the start-up sequence, press the F12 key when the IBM logo screen appears.
  • Page 205 Select one time Boot Device PXE Network Device Path : VenMedia(0C588DB8-6AF4-1 CD/DVD Rom 1DD-A992-00197D890238, OC Floppy Disk Hard Disk 0 Hard Disk 1 Hard Disk 2 Hard Disk 3 Hard Disk 4 USB Storage Diagnostics iSCSI iSCSI Critical Legacy Only Embedded Hypervisor =Move Highlight <Enter>=Select Entry...
  • Page 206: Red Hat Linux Installation Progress Screen

    Figure 50. Red Hat Linux Installation Progress Screen 10. The server restarts automatically at the end of the installation process. Manually eject and remove the IBM ProtecTIER Maintenance and Recovery Disk from the DVD drive during the restart. Note: If you do not remove the disk during the reboot cycle, it will attempt to boot to the Recovery DVD again, and as long as no option (1.install or...
  • Page 207 Locating the CDROM device...done Place the ProtecTIER code disc in the DVD tray, close the tray and press <enter>. 15. Insert the DVD that contains the file PT_TS7650G_v3.4.1.0.x.x86_64.tar or PT_TS7650_AP1_v3.4.1.0.x.x86_64.tar into the server CD/DVD drive and press Enter. The system displays the following message: Mounting...
  • Page 208: Recovering The Configuration Of A Replaced Server

    PT version : 3.4.1 If the ProtecTIER version is correct, continue to the next step. If the ProtecTIER version is incorrect, the installation has failed. Contact IBM Support for assistance. Results The re-installation process for Red Hat Linux version 5.11 and ProtecTIER version 3.4.1 is complete.
  • Page 209 <Enter>. The server type and application are automatically detected where Application is FSI_1G or FSI_10G if replacing a server in an FSI environment. 4. On a TS7650G, the following sample output is displayed: Begin Processing Procedure About to execute:...
  • Page 210 Note: During the server replacement procedure, you may be prompted to perform a fence test on the nodes. Type yes to accept any prompts to perform the fence test. The following sample output is displayed: ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 211: Activating, Analyzing And Restoring Protectier Replication Manager

    Model <TS7650_DS4700_128_450> Option 1 ************************************************** node id hostname : pinsk : 9.148.220.155 Select option: 1 Recoverable static routes configuration found, would you like to restore it? (yes|no) yes Recovering Static Routes [ Done ] Configuring network [ Done ] Configuring Replication Network [ Done ] Restarting Network Service [ Done ]...
  • Page 212: Backing Up The Configuration Files

    Manager running on any other node in the replication grid. About this task The Replication Manager should be activated on the server that remotely manages the replication grid or grids within an organization. IBM recommends activating ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER...
  • Page 213 the ProtecTIER Replication Manager on the target server at the remote (destination) site. By doing so, the Replication Manager remains available in a disaster recovery situation. This task might be completed at any time during the replication configuration process. However, creation of the replication grid and verification of the replication configuration, cannot take place until ProtecTIER Replication Manager is up and running on the designated server.
  • Page 214: Restoring The Protectier Replication Manager

    6. Click Restore. The current grid is restored and removed from the grid analysis list. 7. Select the next grid for analysis from the dropdown list. Continue restoring, grid by grid, until the entire Replication Manager is restored. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 215: The Ip Address Tab

    What to do next If there are inconsistencies and ProtecTIER Replication Manager does not recognize the repository as part of the grid, proceed with “Forcing a repository to leave a grid.” If the Restore grid procedure was successfully completed, proceed to “Working with ProtecTIER Replication Manager”...
  • Page 216 Once the repository has been removed from the replication grid, add the new repository to the replication grid. Go to “Adding a repository to a replication grid” on page 101. ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 217: Part 5. Appendixes

    Part 5. Appendixes © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
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  • Page 219: Appendix A. Remote Support Through Call Home

    The TS7650G provides four Call Home capabilities: Problem Call Home, Heartbeat Call Home, Test Call Home, and User-Initiated Call Home; descriptions follow. RAS sends data files that may be helpful to IBM Support Center personnel for all four types of Call Home. These data files include error logs and configuration information, such as the Machine Reported Product Data (MRPD) log.
  • Page 220 Call Home through the TSSC ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 221: Appendix B. Worldwide Time Zone Codes

    RN, SA, SE, SF, SL) America/Argentina/Jujuy Jujuy (JY) America/Argentina/Tucuman Tucuman (TM) America/Argentina/Catamarca Catamarca (CT), Chubut (CH) America/Argentina/La_Rioja La Rioja (LR) America/Argentina/San_Juan San Juan (SJ) America/Argentina/Mendoza Mendoza (MZ) America/Argentina/Rio_Gallegos Santa Cruz (SC) America/Argentina/Ushuaia Tierra del Fuego (TF) Pacific/Pago_Pago © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
  • Page 222 S & SE Brazil (GO, DF, MG, ES, RJ, SP, PR, SC, RS) America/Campo_Grande Mato Grosso do Sul America/Cuiaba Mato Grosso America/Porto_Velho W Para, Rondonia America/Boa_Vista Roraima ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 223 Code Time zone Comments America/Manaus E Amazonas America/Eirunepe W Amazonas America/Rio_Branco Acre America/Nassau Asia/Thimphu Africa/Gaborone Europe/Minsk America/Belize America/St_Johns Newfoundland Time, including SE Labrador America/Halifax Atlantic Time - Nova Scotia (most places), PEI America/Glace_Bay Atlantic Time - Nova Scotia - places that did not observe DST 1966-1971 America/Moncton Atlantic Time - New Brunswick...
  • Page 224 Europe/Berlin Africa/Djibouti Europe/Copenhagen America/Dominica America/Santo_Domingo Africa/Algiers America/Guayaquil mainland Pacific/Galapagos Galapagos Islands Europe/Tallinn Africa/Cairo Africa/El_Aaiun Africa/Asmara Europe/Madrid mainland Africa/Ceuta Ceuta & Melilla Atlantic/Canary Canary Islands Africa/Addis_Ababa Europe/Helsinki Pacific/Fiji ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 225 Code Time zone Comments Atlantic/Stanley Pacific/Truk Truk (Chuuk) and Yap Pacific/Ponape Ponape (Pohnpei) Pacific/Kosrae Kosrae Atlantic/Faroe Europe/Paris Africa/Libreville Europe/London America/Grenada Asia/Tbilisi America/Cayenne Europe/Guernsey Africa/Accra Europe/Gibraltar America/Godthab most locations America/Danmarkshavn east coast, north of Scoresbysund America/Scoresbysund Scoresbysund / Ittoqqortoormiit America/Thule Thule / Pituffik Africa/Banjul Africa/Conakry America/Guadeloupe...
  • Page 226 Qyzylorda (Kyzylorda, Kzyl-Orda) Asia/Aqtobe Aqtobe (Aktobe) Asia/Aqtau Atyrau (Atirau, Gur'yev), Mangghystau (Mankistau) Asia/Oral West Kazakhstan Asia/Vientiane Asia/Beirut America/St_Lucia Europe/Vaduz Asia/Colombo Africa/Monrovia Africa/Maseru Europe/Vilnius Europe/Luxembourg Europe/Riga Africa/Tripoli Africa/Casablanca Europe/Monaco Europe/Chisinau ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 227 Code Time zone Comments Europe/Podgorica America/Marigot Indian/Antananarivo Pacific/Majuro most locations Pacific/Kwajalein Kwajalein Europe/Skopje Africa/Bamako Asia/Rangoon Asia/Ulaanbaatar most locations Asia/Hovd Bayan-Olgiy, Govi-Altai, Hovd, Uvs, Zavkhan Asia/Choibalsan Dornod, Sukhbaatar Asia/Macau Pacific/Saipan America/Martinique Africa/Nouakchott America/Montserrat Europe/Malta Indian/Mauritius Indian/Maldives Africa/Blantyre America/Mexico_City Central Time - most locations America/Cancun Central Time - Quintana Roo America/Merida...
  • Page 228 Moscow+05 - Lake Baikal Asia/Yakutsk Moscow+06 - Lena River Asia/Vladivostok Moscow+07 - Amur River Asia/Sakhalin Moscow+07 - Sakhalin Island Asia/Magadan Moscow+08 - Magadan Asia/Kamchatka Moscow+09 - Kamchatka ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 229 Code Time zone Comments Asia/Anadyr Moscow+10 - Bering Sea Africa/Kigali Asia/Riyadh Pacific/Guadalcanal Indian/Mahe Africa/Khartoum Europe/Stockholm Asia/Singapore Atlantic/St_Helena Europe/Ljubljana Arctic/Longyearbyen Europe/Bratislava Africa/Freetown Europe/San_Marino Africa/Dakar Africa/Mogadishu America/Paramaribo Africa/Sao_Tome America/El_Salvador Asia/Damascus Africa/Mbabane America/Grand_Turk Africa/Ndjamena Indian/Kerguelen Africa/Lome Asia/Bangkok Asia/Dushanbe Pacific/Fakaofo Asia/Dili Asia/Ashgabat Africa/Tunis Pacific/Tongatapu Europe/Istanbul America/Port_of_Spain Pacific/Funafuti...
  • Page 230 Alaska Time - Alaska panhandle neck America/Nome Alaska Time - west Alaska America/Adak Aleutian Islands Pacific/Honolulu Hawaii America/Montevideo Asia/Samarkand west Uzbekistan Asia/Tashkent east Uzbekistan Europe/Vatican America/St_Vincent America/Caracas America/Tortola America/St_Thomas ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 231 Code Time zone Comments Asia/Saigon Pacific/Efate Pacific/Wallis Pacific/Apia Asia/Aden Indian/Mayotte Africa/Johannesburg Africa/Lusaka Africa/Harare Appendix B. Worldwide time zone codes...
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    Verträglichkeit in den EU-Mitgliedsstaaten und hält die Grenzwerte der EN 55022 Klasse A ein. Um dieses sicherzustellen, sind die Geräte wie in den Handbüchern beschrieben zu installieren und zu betreiben. Des Weiteren dürfen auch nur von der IBM ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER...
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    IBM Taiwan Product Service Contact Information: IBM Taiwan Corporation 3F, No 7, Song Ren Rd., Taipei Taiwan Tel: 0800-016-888 Japan Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) Class A Statement ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
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    Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) Statement (less than or equal to 20 A per phase) Korean Communications Commission (KCC) Class A Statement Russia Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Class A Statement Notices...
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  • Page 243: Index

    75 defragmentation commands File systems Management disabling 169 AddClusterMember 55 creating file systems 43 Defragmentation control AddSambaUser 59 expanding file systems 43 on a repository 49 ChangeSambaUserEnablement 59 firmware 29, 30 ChangeSambaUserId 60 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2012, 2016...
  • Page 244 ProtecTIER Manager 25 generating 163 NFS file systems 95 printing data 35 interpreting MRPD ProtecTIER file system commands performance analysis reports 162 viewing 165 using ptcli 56 introduction 3 ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 245 Repository using to configure SNMP traps 148 delete 114 Adding a repository to a grid 101 using to enable IBM Call Home 148 Replication directory Defragmentation control 49 using to enter registration creating 113 Forcing a repository to leave a...
  • Page 246 174 VT service 3 Wizard error messages 172 Wizard message area 172 Workgroup authentication migrating to Active Directory 86 Workgroups managing users 80 ® IBM TS7650G Deduplication Gateway for ProtecTIER : User's Guide for FSI Systems...
  • Page 248 IBM® Printed in USA GA32-2235-08...