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Installation
Guide
hp StorageWorks
Modular Smart Array 1000
(MSA1000)
Sixth Edition (March 2005)
Part Number: 254092-006
This document details the procedures for installing your MSA1000 and is designed to be used
along with the HP StorageWorks MSA1000 Configuration Overview poster, also printed and
included in the shipping carton with the MSA1000.

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  • Page 1 Sixth Edition (March 2005) Part Number: 254092-006 This document details the procedures for installing your MSA1000 and is designed to be used along with the HP StorageWorks MSA1000 Configuration Overview poster, also printed and included in the shipping carton with the MSA1000.
  • Page 2 © Copyright 2001-2005 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Hewlett-Packard Company makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    HP Authorized Reseller ........
  • Page 4 Contents Step 2: Preparing your Site ........... 24 Step 3: Preparing your Servers .
  • Page 5 Contents Using the Provided RPM File ..........64 Compiling a Driver from Source Code .
  • Page 6 Contents Japanese Power Cord Notice ..........91 BSMI Notice.
  • Page 7: About This Guide

    Prerequisites Before you set up your MSA1000, consider the following: This guide is a companion to the HP StorageWorks MSA1000 Configuration Overview poster, also printed and included in the MSA1000 shipping carton. Go to the Technical Documentation page of the MSA1000 website at http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000...
  • Page 8: Related Documentation

    HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 1000 Reference Guide This guide contains basic information about using and managing the MSA1000. HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array Command Line Interface Reference Guide This guide contains information about using the CLI. HP Array Configuration Utility User Guide This guide contains information about using the ACU.
  • Page 9: Document Conventions

    Variables <monospace, italic font> Website addresses Underlined sans serif font text: http://www.hp.com Text Symbols The following symbols may be found in the text of this guide. They have the following meanings: WARNING: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions in the warning could result in bodily harm or death.
  • Page 10: Equipment Symbols

    About this Guide Equipment Symbols The following equipment symbols may be found on hardware for which this guide pertains. They have the following meanings: Any enclosed surface or area of the equipment marked with these symbols indicates the presence of electrical shock hazards. Enclosed area contains no operator serviceable parts.
  • Page 11: Rack Stability

    About this Guide Any product or assembly marked with these symbols indicates that the component exceeds the recommended weight for one individual to handle safely. WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the equipment, observe local occupational health and safety requirements and guidelines for manually handling material.
  • Page 12: Getting Help

    Operating system type and revision level Detailed, specific questions HP Storage Website The HP website has the latest information on this product, as well as the latest http://www.hp.com/country/us/eng/prodserv/ drivers. Access storage at: storage.html. From this website, select the appropriate product or solution.
  • Page 13: Installation Procedures - For All Msa1000 Deployments

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Installing and configuring your MSA1000 includes the following steps, each of which is illustrated in Figure 1 on the following page and is discussed in the separate sections of this guide: Step 1: Reviewing your Plans, page 15 Step 2: Preparing your Site, page 24...
  • Page 14 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments 1 Review your plans 2 Prepare your site 3 Prepare your severs 4 Install the HBA 5 Prepare your switches 6 Install MSA1000 option kits 7 Rack your MSA1000 8 Connect the cables 9 Power on your MSA1000 Configure your MSA1000 Figure 1: Overview of the MSA1000 installation procedures...
  • Page 15: Step 1: Reviewing Your Plans

    Proper planning ensures a successful installation of your MSA1000. HP suggests that you do the following, each of which is discussed in the following paragraphs: Read about the MSA1000 and about Storage Area Networks...
  • Page 16: For Information About Sans

    Go to the High Availability website at http://h18000.www1.hp.com/solutions/enterprise/highavailability/index.html The High Availability website provides information about planning for and installing clustered-servers. If you plan to connect your MSA1000 to a cluster, HP recommends that you browse through the information available on this website. Note:...
  • Page 17: For Information About The Array Configuration Utility

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments For Information about the Array Configuration Utility http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/servers/proliant Go to the ACU website at storage/software-management/acumatrix/index.html. The ACU makes it easy to configure your disk drive arrays. This browser-based tool is intuitive, allowing you to configure your storage with just a few keystrokes.
  • Page 18: Plan How You Want To Configure Your Storage

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Plan How you Want to Configure your Storage Proper planning for system storage and performance is critical to a successful deployment of your MSA1000. Improper planning or implementation can result in wasted storage space, degraded performance, or inability to expand the system to meet growing storage needs.
  • Page 19: Striping Methods

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Striping Methods A storage array combines the capacity of several physical hard drives into one virtual unit called a logical unit (LUN). These LUNs are presented to the operating system as a disk device. The physical layout of an array can be one of two configurations: Vertical striping Horizontal striping...
  • Page 20: Hard Drive Sizes And Types

    Spare Drives HP recommends including spare drives in your arrays. Spares are disks that are not active members of any particular array, but have been configured to be used in the event that a disk in one of the arrays should fail. If a...
  • Page 21: Review Msa1000 Installation Best Practices

    Review MSA1000 Installation Best Practices Use the MSA1000 Configuration Overview poster to help you gather all of the items required for your MSA1000 installation. http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000 Go to the MSA1000 website at to confirm your installation plans and review current information about the MSA1000.
  • Page 22 8-14 are located on bus 2, when creating a mirrored array with 6 drives, include the drives in bays 1, 2, 3 and 8, 9, 10. In a SAN with multiple servers, HP recommends designating one of the servers as a management server, to centralize your management tasks.
  • Page 23 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments When installing or updating the HBA drivers, always use the drivers and the installation scripts provided on the MSA1000 Support Software CD and the MSA1000 website. Your MSA1000 will not operate as intended if you update your HBA driver manually or use drivers obtained from the HBA manufacturer.
  • Page 24: Step 2: Preparing Your Site

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Step 2: Preparing your Site To ensure continuous, safe, and reliable operation of your equipment, place your system in a well-ventilated, climate-controlled environment. Ensure that you have adequate physical space, ventilation, and power. For physical space and ventilation, be sure to provide adequate clearance around the front and back of the racks.
  • Page 25 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Table 2: MSA1000 Environmental Specifications Parameter English Metric Dimensions Height 6.9 in (4U) 17.5 cm (4U) Depth 20.5 in 52.1 cm Width 19.0 in 48.3 cm Weight Shipping configuration 68.8 lb 31.21 kg Input Power Requirements Rated Input Voltage 100 to 240 VAC...
  • Page 26: Step 3: Preparing Your Servers

    Verify that the servers and operating systems that you plan to use are supported for use with the MSA1000. For a list of servers and operating systems that are supported for use with the MSA1000, read the HP StorageWorks MSA1000 Compatibility Guide, located on the MSA1000 Technical Documents Web page at http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000.
  • Page 27: Step 4: Installing The Hba In Your Servers

    HBA firmware and drivers, review the MSA1000 Compatibility Guide, located on the MSA1000 Technical Documents Web page http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000. To install the HBA in the server, use the instructions that came with the HBA or the server.
  • Page 28: Step 5: Preparing Your Switches & Hubs

    Note: Although the MSA1000 can support the use of some 1 Gb/s (gigabits per second) devices, HP recommends connecting the MSA1000 only to 2 Gb/s devices. Optimum performance is obtained through using the faster interconnect devices. For both existing and newly installed switches, HP recommends reviewing the documentation that came with the switch to make sure that the switch and the server are set up correctly.
  • Page 29: Step 6: Installing Option Kits In Your Msa1000

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Step 6: Installing Option Kits in your MSA1000 If your plans include adding any of the available option kits for the MSA1000 (such as a redundant controller, additional controller cache, or embedded interconnect device), install them now. It is easier to install these options now, before you install the MSA1000 in the rack.
  • Page 30: Step 7: Installing Your Msa1000 In The Rack

    To help you install your MSA1000, each MSA1000 is shipped with a rack-mounting kit that includes the required components for quick installation in Compaq-branded, HP-branded, and most square- and round-hole third-party racks. The adjustable feature of the rack rails enables installation in racks with depths of 69.90 to 73.81 cm (27.52 to 29.06 in).
  • Page 31: Attach The Mounting Rails To The Rack

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Attach the Mounting Rails to the Rack The items supplied in the rail kit include: Rack rail (left) Pins for round-hole conversion Rack rail (right) Converting the Rack Rails for Round-Hole Racks The rack rails ship configured for square-hole racks, but can be converted for use in round-hole racks.
  • Page 32 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Figure 3: Removing the standard pins from the rail 3. Install four round-hole pins into the rail. Figure 4: Installing the round-hole pins in the rail 4. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the second rail. MSA1000 Installation Guide...
  • Page 33: Attaching The Rails In The Rack

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Attaching the Rails in the Rack Note: When installing items in your rack, follow industry-standard recommendations, including: Locate the heaviest items, such as uninterruptable power supplies (UPS) and additional storage enclosures near the bottom of the rack. Locate the MSA1000 near the bottom of the rack, but high enough to easily read the LCD panel on the front of the unit.
  • Page 34 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments 2. Insert the front end of the left rack rail into the inside front of the rack. Be sure that the pins extend through the holes marked during the rack template procedure. Note: Be sure that the scissor-type locking latch engages when the end of the rail seats into the rack uprights.
  • Page 35 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments 3. Slide the back end of the left rack rail into the inside rear of the rack. Be sure that the pins extend through the holes marked during the rack template procedure. Note: Be sure that the scissor-type locking latch engages when the end of the rail seats into the rack uprights.
  • Page 36: Install The Msa1000 In The Rack

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Install the MSA1000 in the Rack To install the MSA1000 in the rack: 1. Align the MSA1000 with the rails and slide it into the rack. WARNING: The storage system weight, as assembled for shipping, exceeds 22.7 kg (50 lb).
  • Page 37 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments 2. Slide the MSA1000 into the rack until the front edge of the MSA1000 is flush with the front of the rack 1. 3. Secure the MSA1000 to the rack using the provided thumbscrews on the front of the MSA1000 2.
  • Page 38 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments 4. To secure the MSA1000 in the rack for shipping: a. Loosen the thumbscrew on the shipping bracket. b. Slide the shipping bracket forward until it engages the MSA1000 chassis. Figure 10: Securing the shipping bracket c.
  • Page 39: Install The Hard Drives In The Msa1000

    For a list of the hard drives that are supported for use on the MSA1000, review the MSA1000 Compatibility Guide, located on the MSA1000 Technical Documents http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000. Web page at Caution: Follow industry-standard practices when handling hard drives.
  • Page 40 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments 2. On the hard drive to be installed, press the ejector button 1 and pivot the lever to a full open position 2. Figure 12: Preparing the hard drive 3. Insert the hard drive into the vacant bay, sliding it in as far as it will go 1. Make sure that the ejector lever is in the full open position and press firmly on the front of the hard drive to properly seat the drive in the drive bay.
  • Page 41: Step 8: Connecting The Cables

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Step 8: Connecting the Cables At this point in the process of installing your MSA1000, you have either installed your new SAN or prepared your existing SAN for the MSA1000 — your server is ready, your interconnect device is ready, and the MSA1000 is ready.
  • Page 42: Connect The Scsi Cables (If Needed)

    SCSI cables are included in the shipping carton with the storage enclosures. Note: Tighten the thumbsrews on the SCSI cables to ensure a secure connection. Figure 14: SCSI cable connections to an HP StorageWorks 4314 storage enclosure MSA1000 Installation Guide...
  • Page 43: Connect The Fibre Cables

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Connect the Fibre Cables Your MSA1000 can be deployed into a variety of configurations, from relatively simple single-path configurations to more complex multi-path configurations. Because there are two interconnect devices and HBAs in multi-path (redundant) configurations, cable connections must follow specific installation requirements.
  • Page 44 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Figure 15: Sample Fibre cable connections, single path configuration Figure 16: Sample Fibre cable connections, multi-path configuration MSA1000 Installation Guide...
  • Page 45: Connect The Power Cords

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Connect the Power Cords To protect your system from power supply or power source failure, the MSA1000 ships standard with a redundant power supply. By connecting the power supplies on the MSA1000 to electrical outlets on separate power sources, you eliminate the power supply and power source as single points of failure to your storage sub-system.
  • Page 46 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments The power cord should be approved for use in your country. It must be rated for the product and for the voltage and current marked on the product's electrical ratings label. The voltage and current rating of the cord should be greater than the voltage and current rating marked on the product.
  • Page 47 Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Connect the power cords to your MSA1000 in the following sequence: 1. Plug one end of the first AC power cord into an uninterruptable power supply or grounded outlet. 2. Plug the other end of the same AC power cord into one of the power supplies on the back of the MSA1000.
  • Page 48: Step 9: Powering On Your Msa1000

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Step 9: Powering On your MSA1000 At this point in the installation process you have prepared your servers and interconnect devices for the MSA1000 and have connected your MSA1000 to your SAN. With your SAN ready to go and the MSA1000 installed and connected, you can power up your MSA1000.
  • Page 49: Verify The Operating Status Of The Msa1000

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments 5. Power on the external interconnect devices. 6. Power on the servers in the SAN with access to the MSA1000. 7. After you have powered up your MSA1000 and the SAN, examine your MSA1000, the interconnect devices, and the server and verify that each component is operating properly.
  • Page 50: Verify The Operating Status Of The Interconnect Devices

    For complete information about the MSA1000 Controller and its display messages, see the HP StorageWorks MSA1000 Controller User Guide, included on the MSA1000 Support Documentation CD, and available on the Technical Documents page of the MSA1000 website at http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000.
  • Page 51: Step 10: Configuring Your Msa1000

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Step 10: Configuring your MSA1000 After the servers and interconnect devices are set up and the MSA1000 is physically installed, connected, and powered up, you may now customize the server and the MSA1000 for your operating system environment and according to your storage configuration plan.
  • Page 52: To Determine Which Version Of The Msa1000 Support Software Cd To Use

    Worksheets” on page 97 of this guide. 3. Go to the Software, Firmware & Drivers page of the MSA1000 website at http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000. 4. Under the Software banner, select MSA1000 Support Software CD. 5. Read the screen display for the Web-version of the Support Software CD and record the Web-version of the CD in Appendix C: “My MSA1000...
  • Page 53: To Determine Which Version Of The Msa1000 Controller Firmware To Use

    MSA1000 Worksheets” on page 97 of this guide. 3. Go to the Software, Firmware & Drivers page of the MSA1000 website at http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000. 4. Under the Controller Firmware banner, select the entry for your server type or operating system. 5. Read the screen display for the Web-version of the controller firmware and record the Web-version of the firmware in “My MSA1000...
  • Page 54: Select The Storage Configuration Tool To Use

    If you have not already done so, obtain the reference manual for the storage configuration tool you choose to use. For information about the CLI, read the HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 1000 Command Line Interface Reference Guide. For information about the ACU, read the HP Array Configuration Utility User Guide.
  • Page 55: About The Array Configuration Utility (Acu)

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Note: If you plan to use the CLI to configure and manage your storage, HP recommends using the CLI exclusively and not using the ACU. About the Array Configuration Utility (ACU) The ACU is a browser-based utility that can run “locally” through your browser screen or “remotely”...
  • Page 56: Customize Your Installation For Your Operating System

    Installation Procedures - for all MSA1000 Deployments Customize your Installation for your Operating System With your MSA1000 physically installed, you must now perform a few additional configuration procedures, But because these procedures vary for each operating system, they are not listed in this section.
  • Page 57: Configuration Procedures - For Windows Environments

    HP StorageWorks MSA1000 Configuration Overview poster, included in the shipping carton with the MSA1000. HP servers must have all ProLiant server drivers installed from the latest SmartStart Servers CD. Designated management server must be running Microsoft Internet Explorer v 5.0 SP2 or later.
  • Page 58: Installing The Hba Driver On Your Windows Servers

    Configuration Procedures - for Windows Environments Installing the HBA Driver on your Windows Servers You can install the HBA driver onto your server from the MSA1000 Support Software CD or from the MSA1000 website. If you need to install the HBA from the Web, use the instructions provided on the website.
  • Page 59: Installing The Acu On Your Windows Management Server

    5. Click Exit and remove the MSA1000 Support Software CD from the CD-ROM drive. 6. From the desktop, click Start > Programs > Compaq System Tools >hp Array Configuration Utility > Set up hp Array Configuration Utility. The browser-based Management Setup Wizard is opened.
  • Page 60: Identifying The Server And Operating System To The Msa1000

    For information on identifying your server using the CLI, see the “Managing Connection Profiles” section of the HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 1000 Command Line Interface Reference Guide. This guide is available on the MSA1000 Support Documentation CD and the MSA1000 website at http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000.
  • Page 61: Configuring The Storage Arrays And Logical Volumes

    Depending on your server operating system and your preference, available configuration tools include the ACU and the CLI. For information on using the ACU to configure your storage, see the HP Array Configuration Utility User Guide. This guide is available on the MSA1000 Support Documentation CD and the ACU website at http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/servers/proliant...
  • Page 62 Configuration Procedures - for Windows Environments MSA1000 Installation Guide...
  • Page 63: Configuration Procedures - For Linux Environments

    Prerequisites All equipment must be connected correctly, as detailed in the previous sections in this document and the HP StorageWorks MSA1000 Configuration Overview poster, included in the shipping carton with the MSA1000. Host computer must have the supported kernel source and kernel headers installed.
  • Page 64: Installing The Hba Driver On Your Linux Servers

    Configuration Procedures - for Linux Environments Installing the HBA Driver on your Linux Servers Because this process involves updating your configuration for the MSA1000, HP recommends performing this task during inactive periods. After the HBA driver is installed, it will automatically load on each system boot and will provide optimized support for Secure Path multi-path storage configurations, as well as single-path storage configurations.
  • Page 65: Compiling A Driver From Source Code

    7. For Red Hat Linux Advanced Server/Enterprise Server, run the provided script to modify the SCSI blacklist. a. Navigate to the directory. /opt/hp/storage_drivers/qla604/utils b. Enter the command scripname edit_initrd.redhat c. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update. 8. Remove the MSA1000 Support Software CD from the CD-ROM drive and reboot your server.
  • Page 66: Installing The Acu On Your Linux Management Server

    6. Remove the MSA1000 Support Software CD from the CD drive. Note: The ACU runs in the background. Its icon is displayed in the system tray. HP Array Configuration To launch the ACU and use it to configure your storage, see the Utility User Guide .
  • Page 67: Identifying The Server And Operating System To The Msa1000

    For information on identifying your server using the ACU, see the “Selective Storage Presentation” section in the HP Array Configuration Utility User Guide. This guide is available on the MSA1000 Support Documentation CD and the http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/servers/proliant...
  • Page 68: Configuring The Storage Arrays And Logical Volumes

    Depending on your server operating system and your preference, available configuration tools include the ACU and the CLI. For information on using the ACU to configure your storage, see the HP Array Configuration Utility User Guide. This guide is available on the MSA1000 Support Documentation CD and the ACU website at http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/servers/proliant...
  • Page 69: Configuration Procedures - For Netware Environments

    Prerequisites All equipment must be connected correctly, as detailed in the previous sections in this document and the HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 1000 Configuration Overview poster, included in the shipping carton with the MSA1000.
  • Page 70: Installing The Hba Driver On Your Netware Servers

    MSA1000 Support Software CD. HPSSCD631 The HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 1000 Driver Installation screen is displayed. 4. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the driver installation. 5. After the driver is installed, load the NWCONFIG utility.
  • Page 71: Identifying The Server And Operating System To The Msa1000

    For information on identifying your server using the ACU, see the “Selective Storage Presentation” section in the HP Array Configuration Utility User Guide. This guide is available on the MSA1000 Support Documentation CD and the http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/servers/proliant...
  • Page 72: Configuring The Storage Arrays And Logical Volumes

    Depending on your server operating system and your preference, available configuration tools include the ACU and the CLI. For information on using the ACU to configure your storage, see the HP Array Configuration Utility User Guide. This guide is available on the MSA1000 Support Documentation CD and the ACU website at http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/servers/proliant...
  • Page 73: Configuration Procedures - For Openvms Environments

    Prerequisites All equipment must be connected correctly, as detailed in the previous sections in this document and the HP MSA1000 Configuration Overview poster, included in the shipping carton with the MSA1000. Host computer must be running a supported version of OpenVMS.
  • Page 74: Obtaining The Current Fibre Scsi Eco Kit

    To obtain the firmware file, do one of the following: Go to the Software, Firmware & Drivers page of the MSA1000 website at http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000 Copy the most recent MSA1000 firmware file to a disk directory on a system with access to the MSA1000.
  • Page 75: Obtaining World Wide Port Names

    Configuration Procedures - for OpenVMS Environments Obtaining World Wide Port Names When setting your connection to the MSA1000, you must supply the WWPNs of the Fibre Channel adapters on the OpenVMS system. To obtain the WWPNs: 1. From OpenVMS, use the following DCL command: $ show device fg/full The following information is displayed: Device FGA0: device type KGPSA Fibre Channel, is online,...
  • Page 76: Installing The Fibre Scsi Eco Kit On Your Openvms Server

    2. If you have an existing OpenVMS installation: a. Assign an identifier to the MSA1000 controller. See the HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 1000 Command Line Interface User Guide for instructions. b. Install the Fibre SCSI ECO kit on all of the system disks and reboot the system.
  • Page 77: Installing Alternative Firmware On Your Msa1000

    2. Verify that the controller of the MSA1000 has been assigned a unique identifier. See the HP StorageWorks MSA1000 Command Line Interface User Guide for instructions. 3. If the MSA1000 or the controller identifier for it was added to the SAN after...
  • Page 78 Configuration Procedures - for OpenVMS Environments 6. Use the following command to indicate the controller to be flashed: MSA> SET CONTROLLER <controller ID> where is the unique ID of the controller that you obtained in <controller ID> step 4. For example: $1$GGA40 7.
  • Page 79 Configuration Procedures - for OpenVMS Environments 9. After reinstalling the left controller, the following message is displayed: CLONE FIRMWARE? ‘<‘ =NO, ‘>’=YES Press the > button on the left controller display to begin the cloning process. If you take no action, the firmware clone starts automatically. Note: The message is displayed, indicating that the firmware...
  • Page 80: Identifying The Server And Operating System To The Msa1000

    After your storage plan is developed, configure the storage by using the CLI. For information on using the CLI, see the HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 1000 Command Line Interface Reference Guide. This guide is available on the MSA1000 Support Documentation CD and the MSA1000 website at http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000.
  • Page 81: Configuration Procedures - For Tru64 Unix Environments

    MSA1000, beginning with step 1. Prerequisites All equipment must be connected correctly, as detailed in the previous sections in this document and the HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 1000 Configuration Overview poster, included in the shipping carton with the MSA1000.
  • Page 82: Obtaining The Msa1000 Firmware

    2. Obtain the MSA1000 firmware file by doing one of the following: Go to the Software, Firmware & Drivers page of the MSA1000 website at http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000 Copy the most recent MSA1000 firmware file to the MSA1000 directory. Record the firmware file name with the directory in the System Information Table to complete the pathname.
  • Page 83: Obtaining The Node Id Of The Msa1000

    Use the MSA1000 CLI configuration cable (part number 259992-001) to connect the MSA1000 to a laptop, personal computer, or AlphaServer console. See the HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 1000 Command Line Interface User Guide for instructions. (To connect the AlphaServer console to the MSA1000, use the tip command, as identified in the tip(1) reference pages.)
  • Page 84: Installing Alternative Firmware On Your Msa1000

    Configuration Procedures - for Tru64 UNIX Environments Installing Alternative Firmware on your MSA1000 Note: The following procedure uses an example configuration with two installed MSA1000s. Use the information from your own configuration to install the firmware. A table is provided for you to record important information. 1.
  • Page 85 Configuration Procedures - for Tru64 UNIX Environments Command for device 237: # /sbin/hwmgr show scsi -full -id 237 SCSI DEVICEDEVICEDRIVERNUMDEVICEFIRST HWID:DEVICEIDHOSTNAMETYPESUBTYPEOWNERPATHFILEVALIDPATH 237:36 deliraidnone0 4 scp2[5/2/0] WWID:02000008:5008-05f3-0001-bdb0 TARGET PATH STATE valid valid valid valid In this example, the MSA1000 controller that requires a firmware upgrade has a NODE_ID of 500805F3-0001BA20.
  • Page 86 Configuration Procedures - for Tru64 UNIX Environments 6. Use the SCSI CAM Utility program (SCU) to download the MSA1000 firmware to the right controller. There are three steps to download the firmware: (a) setting the device nexus information, (b) determining which bus/target/LUN values to use, and (c) downloading the firmware.
  • Page 87 Configuration Procedures - for Tru64 UNIX Environments Note: The MSA1000 displays the message when it starts FIRMWARE FLASH STARTED the download, and when the download is complete. FIRMWARE FLASH DONE 7. When the controller displays , remove power from the FIRMWARE FLASH DONE MSA1000.
  • Page 88: Identifying The Server And Operating System To The Msa1000

    For information on identifying your server, see the “Managing Connection Profiles” section of the HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 1000 Command Line Interface Reference Guide. This guide is available on the MSA1000 Support Documentation CD and the MSA1000 website at http://www.hp.com/go/msa1000.
  • Page 89: A Regulatory Notices

    Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers For the purpose of regulatory compliance certifications and identification, your HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array 1000 is assigned an HP Series number. The Series number can be found on the product label, along with the required approval markings and information.
  • Page 90: Canadian Notice (Avis Canadien)

    Regulatory Notices Canadian Notice (Avis Canadien) This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada. European Union Notice Products with the CE Marking comply with both the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European Community.
  • Page 91: Japanese Power Cord Notice

    (GaALAs) emitting in the wavelength range of 770-860 nm, or indium gallium arsenide phosphide (InGaAsP) emitting in the wavelength range of 1270-1355 nm. All HP systems equipped with a laser device comply with safety standards, including International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 825. With specific regard to the laser, the equipment complies with laser product performance standards set by government agencies as a Class 1 laser product.
  • Page 92: Battery Replacement Notice

    Hydride, or a Vanadium Pentoxide, batteries. There is a danger of explosion and risk of personal injury if the array is incorrectly replaced or mistreated. Replace only with the HP spare designated for this product. For more information about battery replacement or proper disposal, contact your HP Authorized Reseller or your Authorized Service Provider.
  • Page 93 Regulatory Notices MSA1000 Installation Guide...
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  • Page 95: Electrostatic Discharge

    Electrostatic Discharge To prevent damage to the system, be aware of the precautions you need to follow when setting up the system or handling parts. A discharge of static electricity from a finger or other conductor may damage system boards or other static-sensitive devices.
  • Page 96: Grounding Methods

    If you do not have any of the equipment suggested for proper grounding, either have an Authorized HP Reseller install the part or discharge any potential static by touching a piece of sheet metal immediatly before touching the component or the MSA1000.
  • Page 97: C My Msa1000 Worksheets

    My MSA1000 Worksheets Use these worksheets to record information about your MSA1000. Note: Although these worksheets are not prerequisites for installing your MSA1000, Some of the information is required for zoning, multi-pathing, future configuration changes, and troubleshooting purposes. The following worksheets are included in this section: Information about My MSA1000, page 98 Information about My Fibre Interconnect...
  • Page 98 My MSA1000 Worksheets Table 4: Information about My MSA1000 Component Setting Configuration Type Single-path, non-clustered Single-path, clustered-servers (check one) Multi-path, non-clustered Multi-path, multiple clustered-servers MSA1000 Serial number (on the product label): ____________________________________ MSA1000 controller firmware: ____________________________________ Version shipped on the controller: ____________________________________ Version available on the Web: MSA1000 Support Software CD:...
  • Page 99 My MSA1000 Worksheets Table 5: Information about My Fibre Interconnect Devices Component Setting Primary Interconnect Device (I/O Module, Switch or Hub) Make and model: ____________________________________ Switch firmware version: ____________________________________ Switch IP Address: ____________________________________ Switch WWNN: ____________________________________ Switch WWPN: ____________________________________ Additional Device for Multi-Path Configurations: Make and model: (must be the same as the companion device) Switch firmware version:...
  • Page 100 My MSA1000 Worksheets Table 6: Information about One of My Servers Component Setting The Server Make and model: ____________________________________ Operating system and version / kernel: ____________________________________ Service pack / Errata: ____________________________________ Server name: ____________________________________ HBA model: ____________________________________ HBA server slot location: ____________________________________ HBA firmware version: ____________________________________...
  • Page 101 My MSA1000 Worksheets Table 7: Information about a Second Server The Server Make and model: ____________________________________ Operating system and version / kernel: ____________________________________ Service pack / Errata: ____________________________________ Server name: ____________________________________ HBA model: ____________________________________ HBA server slot location: ____________________________________ HBA firmware version: ____________________________________ HBA driver version: ____________________________________...
  • Page 102 My MSA1000 Worksheets Table 8: Information about a Third Server The Server Make and model: ____________________________________ Operating system and version / kernel: ____________________________________ Service pack / Errata: ____________________________________ Server name: ____________________________________ HBA model: ____________________________________ HBA server slot location: ____________________________________ HBA firmware version: ____________________________________ HBA driver version: ____________________________________...
  • Page 103 My MSA1000 Worksheets Table 9: Information about a Fourth Server The Server Make and model: ____________________________________ Operating system and version / kernel: ____________________________________ Service pack / Errata: ____________________________________ Server name: ____________________________________ HBA model: ____________________________________ HBA server slot location: ____________________________________ HBA firmware version: ____________________________________ HBA driver version: ____________________________________...
  • Page 104 My MSA1000 Worksheets Table 10: Information about the Hard Drives in my MSA1000 Note: Recording information about your hard drives is a two-step process. As you configure your storage, record information about the drives in this table and turn to Table “Information about my Arrays and LUNs”...
  • Page 105 My MSA1000 Worksheets Table 11: Information about the Hard Drives in my Attached Single-Bus Storage Enclosures Drive Bay SSCI ID SCSI Bus Transfer Rate (Ultra 320?) Capacity Spindle Speed Array Letter Spare Drive? Drive Bay 9 10 11 12 13 14 SSCI ID 10 11 12 13 14 15 SCSI Bus...
  • Page 106 My MSA1000 Worksheets Table 12: Information about the Hard Drives when a Dual-Bus Storage Enclosure is Attached Drive Bay 9 10 11 12 13 14 SSCI ID 10 11 12 13 14 15 SCSI Bus Transfer Rate (Ultra 320?) Capacity Spindle Speed Array Letter...
  • Page 107 My MSA1000 Worksheets Table 13: Information about my Arrays and LUNs Settings for All Arrays Selective Storage Presentation Drive Letter Array RAID (Share Adapter Host Letter Number Capacity Type Name) Name Mode MSA1000 Installation Guide...
  • Page 108 My MSA1000 Worksheets MSA1000 Installation Guide...
  • Page 109: Index

    Tru64 UNIX environments Linux environments Windows environments Windows environments connecting the cables audience connecting the power cords authorized reseller, HP controller display functionality conventions battery replacement notice equipment symbols best practices text symbols converting rack rails for roundhole racks...
  • Page 110 Index firmware, determining the version to use rack rails firmware, installing alternative versions installing alternative firmware OpenVMS environments OpenVMS environments Tru64 UNIX environments Tru64 UNIX environments installing the ACU Linux environments Windows environments getting help installing the fibre SCSI ECO kit grounding methods OpenVMS environments installing the HBA driver...
  • Page 111 Index power applying to the MSA1000 NetWare environments connecting the power cord 45, configuring the storage startup sequence identifying your server and operating system power cords AC 45, installing the HBA driver power sources, recommendations prerequisites for using the MSA1000 preparing for your installation prerequisites Linux environments...
  • Page 112 Index in text on equipment SCSI cables, connecting securing the MSA1000 to the rack server technical support, HP at MSA1000 startup text symbols designating a management server Tru64 UNIX environments preparing for use with the MSA1000 configuring the storage setup...
  • Page 113 Index identifying your server and operating system installing the HBA driver prerequisites for the MSA1000 installing the ACU MSA1000 Installation Guide...
  • Page 114 Index MSA1000 Installation Guide...