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Installation Roadmap Guide
for the TS7650G (3958 DD4 - Gateway)
GC53-1154-09

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  • Page 1 IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER Installation Roadmap Guide for the TS7650G (3958 DD4 - Gateway) GC53-1154-09...
  • Page 3 IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER Installation Roadmap Guide for the TS7650G (3958 DD4 - Gateway) GC53-1154-09...
  • Page 4 This edition applies to the TS7650G and to all subsequent releases and modifications until otherwise indicated in new editions. This edition replaces GC53–1154–06 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2010. US Government Users Restricted Rights – Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Power cords . . xii Related IBM publications . . xxxii Environmental notices . xiii IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER publications . . xxxii Safety, danger, caution notices and TS7650G server publications. . xxxiii labels ....xv DS4700 Express Disk Controller (1814 70H) publications .
  • Page 6 Chapter 12. Upgrading ProtecTIER to Class A Statement . . 189 a cluster ... . . 127 Configuring the second server . . 127 IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 7 Russia Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Class Index ....191 A Statement . . 189 Contents...
  • Page 8 IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 9: Figures

    WTI network power switch . . 33 Server operator panel . . 71 Attaching the mounting brackets and power IBM TS3000 System Console login window cord . . 34 IBM TS3000 System Console menu . . 78 Stand-alone power connections .
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  • Page 11: Tables

    Tables IBM Web sites for help, services, and Example updated summary of both servers information . . xxx and local networks. . 100 Server rear view: Slot assignments, ports, and Site 1 – Server A VTL worksheet . . 101 connections .
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  • Page 13: Safety And Environmental Notices

    Most danger or caution notices contain a reference number (Dxxx or Cxxx). Use the reference number to check the translation in the IBM Systems Safety Notices, G229-9054 manual. The sections that follow define each type of safety notice and give examples.
  • Page 14: Power Cords

    Power cords For your safety, IBM provides a power cord with a grounded attachment plug to use with this IBM product. To avoid electrical shock, always use the power cord and plug with a properly grounded outlet.
  • Page 15: Environmental Notices

    The cord set should have the appropriate safety approvals for the country in which the equipment will be installed. IBM power cords for a specific country or region are usually available only in that country or region.
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  • Page 17: Safety, Danger, Caution Notices And Labels

    You should read all safety notices in entirety before completing any task. Homologation Statement Attention: This product is not intended to be connected directly or indirectly by any means whatsoever to interfaces of public telecommunications networks, neither to be used in a Public Services Network. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2008, 2010...
  • Page 18: D001

    Electrical voltage and current from power, telephone, and communication cables are hazardous. To avoid a shock hazard: v Connect power to this unit only with the IBM provided power cord. Do not use the IBM provided power cord for any other product.
  • Page 19: D006

    hazardous voltages, disconnect all power cords. v Connect all power cords to a properly wired and grounded electrical outlet. Ensure that the outlet supplies proper voltage and phase rotation according to the system rating plate. v Connect any equipment that will be attached to this product to properly wired outlets.
  • Page 20: C002

    Repair or disassemble Exchange only with the IBM-approved part. Recycle or discard the battery as instructed by local regulations. In the United States, IBM has a process for the collection of this battery. For information, call 1-800-426-4333. Have the IBM part number for the battery unit available when you call.
  • Page 21: C009

    C009 CAUTION: >18 kg (39.7 lb) 18-32 kg (39.7-70.5 lb) The weight of this part or unit is between 18 and 32 kg (39.7 and 70.5 lb). It takes two persons to safely lift this part or unit. (C009) C013 CAUTION: The doors and covers to the product are to be closed at all times except for service by trained service personnel.
  • Page 22: C023

    Note the following information: v Laser radiation when open. v Do not stare into the beam, do not view directly with optical instruments, and avoid direct exposure to the beam. (C030) IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 23 C031 CAUTION: The power-control button on the device does not turn off the electrical current supplied to the device. The device might also have more than one connection to dc power. To remove all electrical current from the device, ensure that all connections to dc power are disconnected at the dc power input terminals.
  • Page 24 (For fixed drawers): This drawer is a fixed drawer and must not be moved for servicing unless specified by the manufacturer. Attempting to move the xxii IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 25 drawer partially or completely out of the rack might cause the rack to become unstable or cause the drawer to fall out of the rack. (R001 part 2 of 2) R002 CAUTION: Removing components from the upper positions in the rack cabinet improves rack stability during relocation.
  • Page 26 Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. (L002) L003 DANGER Multiple power cords. The product might be equipped with multiple power cords. To remove all hazardous voltages, disconnect all power cords. (L003) xxiv IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 27 L004 DANGER Hazardous voltage present. Voltages present constitute a shock hazard, which can cause severe injury or death. (L004) Safety, danger, caution notices and labels...
  • Page 28 L009 CAUTION: System or part is heavy. The label is accompanied by a specific weight range. (L009) L013 DANGER Heavy equipment—personal injury or equipment damage might result if mishandled. (L013) xxvi IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 29 L015 CAUTION: Danger! Arc Flash/Arc Blast hazard when disconnected with power on. Turn off power before disconnecting. (L015) L022 CAUTION: Class 3R visible and invisible laser radiation when open. Avoid direct eye exposure. (L022) L023 CAUTION: Laser Aperture (L023) xxvii Safety, danger, caution notices and labels...
  • Page 30 IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 31: About This Document

    The following functions and hardware are new for the 2.5 release: v OpenStorage plug-in support for NetBackup v 3958 DD4 server model. This server is based on the IBM System x3850 X5 Type 7145 AC1. When used as a server in the TS7650G, its machine type and model are 3958 DD4.
  • Page 32: Ibm Web Sites For Help, Services, And Information

    2. Select TS7650G with ProtecTIER from the Product list Help and service You can call 1 (800) IBM SERV 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 33: Web Sites

    With the original purchase of the IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER, you have access to extensive support coverage. During the product warranty period, you may call the IBM Support Center (1 800 426-7378 in the U.S.) for product assistance covered under the terms of the hardware IBM warranty or the software maintenance contract that comes with product purchase.
  • Page 34 For the latest information about SAN switches and directors, go to the following Web site: www.ibm.com/servers/storage/san v For the latest information about IBM xSeries products, services, and support, go to the following Web site: www.ibm.com/eserver/xseries/ v For the latest information about operating system and HBA support, clustering...
  • Page 35 The following publications provide additional documentation about the 3958 DD4 gateway server: v IBM System x3850 X5 and x3950 X5 Types 7145 and 7146 Installation and User's Guide v IBM System x3850 X5 and x3950 X5 Types 7145 and 7146 Problem Determination and...
  • Page 36 IBM XIV Storage System publications The following publications provide additional documentation about the IBM XIV Storage System: v IBM XIV Storage System (Types 2810 and 2812) Model A14 (Gen2) Introduction and Planning Guide for Customer Configuration v IBM XIV Storage System User Manual...
  • Page 37 Your feedback is important in helping to provide the most accurate and highest quality information. To submit any comments about this book or any other IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER documentation: v Send your comments by e-mail to starpubs@us.ibm.com. Be sure to include the following information: –...
  • Page 38 IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 39 The IBM System Storage TS7650G ProtecTIER De-duplication Gateway (TS7650G) is available in two configurations — stand-alone and clustered. Note: A 3958 DD4 may be clustered with a 3958 DD3. IBM does not support clustering a 3958 DD4 with a 3958 DD1.
  • Page 40: Terminology Used In This Document

    In addition to the IBM DS4700 disk controller, the TS7650G also supports the DS5000 disk controller, the DS8000 disk controller and the XIV disk controller, as well as various non-IBM storage solutions. If the customer has elected to use disk storage components other than the IBM disk controllers mentioned above, the figures, examples, and procedures in this document will not apply to the configuration on which you are working.
  • Page 41 Under IBM best practices, the TS7650G also contains the following: 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: http://www-03.ibm.com/ systems/storage/tape/library.html#compatibility in the TS7650/TS7650G ISV and interoperability matrix document.
  • Page 42: What Is Covered In This Document

    TS7650G; installing the ProtecTIER, ProtecTIER Manager, and ProtecTIER Replication Manager applications; and configuring the ProtecTIER software for use with the TS7650G. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 43: What Is Not Covered In This Document

    This document does not address the following topics: v Installation of the second dual-port Ethernet adapter in a legacy 3958 DD1 server, to prepare the server for use in replication. Refer to the IBM(r) System Storage(tm) TS7600 with ProtecTIER Second Dual-Port Ethernet Card (Feature Code 3448) Installation Instructions, IBM part number 45E6768.
  • Page 44 IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 45: Chapter 2. Ts7650G Ship Group

    The TS7650G documentation CD contains the following service and customer documentation for the TS7650G: v IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER Installation Roadmap Guide for the TS7650G (3958 DD4), IBM form number GC53–1154 v IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER Introduction and Planning Guide for the TS7650G (3958 DD4), IBM form number GC53–1152...
  • Page 46 IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 47: Configurations

    Important: v IBM does support two clustered pairs of TS7650 Gateway servers in a single frame via the RPQ process. This document does not address that configuration. v Hardware components included in the purchase of the gateway are listed in bold type below.
  • Page 48 – One Western Telematic IPS-800E-D20 (WTI) remote network power switch and accompanying cables – Two 1Gb Ethernet switches and accompanying cables v Two IBM DS4700, IBM DS5000, DS8000, or IBM XIV disk controllers or equivalents v Twelve IBM EXP810 disk expansion modules or equivalents...
  • Page 49: Recommended Stand-Alone Gateway Server Frame Layout

    Holes Unit Unit Holes Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) TSSC (1u) KVM Tray + TSSC sw (1u) Empty (1u)
  • Page 50: Recommended Clustered Gateway Server Frame

    Figure 2. Recommended clustered gateway server frame layout Note: v In a clustered configuration, the bottom server in the frame is Server A, and the top server in the frame is Server B. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 51: Server Rear View: Slot Assignments, Ports, And

    v Numbers in parentheses following components indicate the number of units (u) the component occupies in the recommended 36u frame. About the TS7650G server This section describes the 3958 DD4 gateway server. The TS7650G stand-alone and clustered gateways come with one or two servers, respectively.
  • Page 52: Dd4 Server Front View

    P2 Power connection | | | Figure 4. DD4 Server front view Table 3. DD4 Server front view Callout Description Electrostatic discharge connector DVD-eject button DVD drive activity LED USB connectors IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 53: Operator Information Panel

    Table 3. DD4 Server front view (continued) Scalability LED Operator information panel Hard disk drive activity LED Hard disk drive status LED Figure 5. Operator information panel Table 4. Operator information panel Callout Description Information LED System-error LED Locator button/locator LED Ethernet port activity LEDs Power control button cover Power control button/power-on LED...
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  • Page 55: Chapter 4. Installing The Ts7650G Hardware

    Read the notes below carefully. They provide important details regarding installation of the gateway hardware components. Important: v This document references IBM 4.8 TB Fibre Channel Disk Controllers and IBM 7.2 TB Fibre Channel Disk Expansion Units in many of the hardware installation figures, examples, and procedures.
  • Page 56: Responsibilities Matrix

    (CSU), or not considered to be IBM setup such as third-party disk storage subsystems. Refer to the IBM System Storage TS7650 Best Practices Guide for ProtecTIER v 2.5 and TS7650G (Gateway) Attached Storage, IBM form number GA32-0646 for more detailed information on how to set up IBM DS4700, DS5000, DS8000 and XIV storage systems.
  • Page 57 IBM form number GC53–1152. For convenience, blank copies of the worksheets are included as appendices in this document. Purchase, install, and configure (if necessary), all hardware components not included in the purchase of the gateway. Use the IBM System Storage | | | "...
  • Page 58: Finding The Instructions You Need

    The flowcharts for upgrading legacy 3958 DD1, 3958 DD3, or 3958 AP1, servers are located in the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER Software Upgrade and Replication Enablement Guide, IBM form number GC53–1196.
  • Page 59: Documents Required To Install A New

    New Stand-alone Documents required to install ProtecTIER server a new stand-alone ProtecTIER server with or without replication Introduction and Planning Guide (customer) Best Practices Guide TS7650G or TS7650 Installation Roadmap Guide Labeling Instructions Software Upgrade and Replication Enablement Guide User’s Guide Figure 6.
  • Page 60: Documents Required To Install New Clustered

    TS7650G or TS7650 Installation Roadmap Guide Labeling Instructions Labeling Instructions Software Upgrade Server B and Replication installed? Enablement Guide User’s Guide Figure 7. Documents required to install new clustered 3958 DD4 servers IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 61: Network

    In addition to the IBM DS4700 disk controller, the TS7650G also supports the DS5000 disk controller, the DS8000 disk controller and the XIV disk controller, as well as various non-IBM storage solutions. If the customer has elected to use disk storage components other than the IBM disk controllers mentioned above, the figures, examples, and procedures in this document will not apply to the configuration on which you are working.
  • Page 62 | | | 3–11b For OST, label and Ethernetl cables from the “Cabling a stand-alone gateway” on page 35. server to the customer's host network. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 63: Stand-Alone Gateway Installation Checklist

    Table 6. Stand-alone gateway installation checklist (continued) Task Description Where to find information Section 4: Power-up all components 4–1 Turn on the breaker(s) to power the PDUs. 4–2 Power-up the disk expansion module(s). “Disk expansion modules” on page 70. Power-up the disk controller. “Disk controllers”...
  • Page 64 In addition to the IBM DS4700 disk controller, the TS7650G also supports the DS5000 disk controller, the DS8000 disk controller and the XIV disk controller, as well as various non-IBM storage solutions. If the customer has elected to use disk storage components other than the IBM disk controllers mentioned above, the figures, examples, and procedures in this document will not apply to the configuration on which you are working.
  • Page 65 If the customer purchased a new TSSC and The TSSC Maintenance Information (MI), TSSC Ethernet switch, and has not yet installed provided on the IBM System Storage TS7650 them, do so now, and then go to task 3-1. with ProtecTIER Publications CD.
  • Page 66 Server B to the customer host network. | | | 3–23a For OST, label and connect Ethernet cables “Cabling a clustered gateway” on page 49. from Server B to the customer host network. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 67: Clustered Gateway Installation Checklist

    Table 7. Clustered gateway installation checklist (continued) Task Description Where to find information Section 4: Power-up all components Note: Tasks 4-4 and 4-5 can be performed in parallel. 4–1 Turn on the breaker(s) to power the PDUs. 4–2 Power-up the disk expansion modules. “Disk expansion modules”...
  • Page 68: Installing The Server

    Important: If the customer purchased a TSSC, you are required to install it and its related components, along with the other gateway hardware. Failure to do so will prevent the use of Call Home or IBM remote support. Procedure 1. Physically install the TSSC and its related components into the server frame.
  • Page 69: Installing The Wti Network Power Switch

    Holes Unit Unit Holes Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Hole 54 Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Empty (1u) Hole 53 Empty (1u) TSSC (1u)
  • Page 70 This is required so that the power receptacles are easily accessible for power connections. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 71: Wti Network Power Switch

    Use this procedure to install the 1 Gb Ethernet switches. About this task IBM best practices recommends installing the 1 Gb Ethernet switches near the middle of the clustered gateway server frame. See Figure 2 on page 12. When performing the installation, use caution to avoid dislodging or damaging the cabling within the frame.
  • Page 72: Attaching The Mounting Brackets And Power

    Repeat the above steps for the right side rail and ensure that both side rails are secure. 3. Install the air duct housing in the frame. To do so, working from the front side of the frame: IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 73: Applying Cable Labels

    For other supported components, review this information for general guidelines, then refer to the manufacturers' documentation for details. More information, see the IBM System Storage TS7650 Best Practices Guide for ProtecTIER v 2.5 and TS7650G (Gateway) Attached Storage, IBM form number GA32-0646.
  • Page 74: Stand-Alone Power Connections

    For consistency and ease when troubleshooting, you may want to relocate the PDUs to match Figure 11 on page 37. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 75 Figure 11. Stand-alone power connections Table 8. Stand-alone power connections Callout From On Device On Device/Location Power outlet TSSC Ethernet switch (if Bottom PDU you installed one) (SC Chapter 4. Installing the TS7650G hardware...
  • Page 76: Stand-Alone Tssc And Customer Network Ethernet Connections

    The tasks in this section describe the network Ethernet connections used with theTS7650G server in a stand-alone configuration for OpenStorage. About this task Figure 12. Customer and replication Ethernet connections for stand-alone VTL configuration IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 77: Customer And Replication Ethernet Connections For Stand-Alone Vtl Configuration

    Table 9. Customer and replication Ethernet connections for stand-alone VTL configuration | | | | | Callout From On Device On Device/Location | | | | | Port 1, slot 5 Server A Customer Network Customer specified device | | | | Port 3, slot 5 Server A Customer's replication...
  • Page 78: Customer And Replication Ethernet Connections For Stand-Alone Openstorage Configuration

    If so, make the cable connections according to the port number assignments specified in Table 10 on page 39, regardless of the position of the ports on the TSSC or the switch. Refer to the IBM System Storage TS3000 System Console (TSSC) Maintenance Information for detailed port information.
  • Page 79: Tssc, Kvm And Customer Network Ethernet Connections For Stand-Alone Openstorage Configuration

    Figure 15. TSSC, KVM and customer network Ethernet connections for stand-alone OpenStorage configuration Table 12. TSSC, KVM and customer network Ethernet connections for stand-alone OpenStorage configuration Callout From On Device On Device/Location Port 5 TSSC Ethernet switch Port 1 TSSC Port 2 TSSC Customer's local area...
  • Page 80: Customer Host Network Ethernet Connections

    If so, make the cable connections according to the port number assignments specified in Table 12 on page 41, regardless of the position of the ports on the TSSC or the switch. Refer to the IBM System Storage TS3000 System Console (TSSC) Maintenance Information for detailed port information.
  • Page 81 In addition to the IBM DS4700 disk controller, the TS7650G also supports the DS5000 disk controller, the DS8000 disk controller and the XIV disk controller, as well as various non-IBM storage solutions. If the customer has elected to use disk storage components other than the IBM disk controllers mentioned above, the figures, examples, and procedures in this document will not apply to the configuration on which you are working.
  • Page 82: Fibre Channel Connections For Stand-Alone Vtl Configuration

    Fibre channel connections for a stand-alone VTL configuration About this task Figure 17. Fibre channel connections for stand-alone VTL configuration IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 83: Fibre Channel Connections For Stand-Alone Vtl And Openstorage

    Table 14. Fibre channel connections for stand-alone VTL and OpenStorage Label From Remarks DD4A S6 1 Disk Array, Disk Controller A-1 DD4A S7 1 Disk Array, Disk Controller B-1 DD4A S6 2 Disk Array, Disk Controller A-2 DD4A S7 2 Disk Array, Disk Controller B-2 CNA-1 P2 Disk Array, Disk Expansion A1-1...
  • Page 84: Host Fibre Channel Connections For Stand-Alone Vtl

    (Connections to the customer's host network not shown in this figure). 3. Make any necessary adjustments to cable labeling or placement, then go to “Powering-up the components” on page 69. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 85 Fibre channel connections for a stand-alone OpenStorage configuration About this task Figure 19. Fibre channel connections for stand-alone OpenStorage configuration Chapter 4. Installing the TS7650G hardware...
  • Page 86 Note: The customer must use an additional connectivity device between the optical fibre directly connected to RMSS optical adapters (for example, Fibre, ESCON, or FICON) and an external public network. It can be a patch panel, IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 87: Cabling A Clustered Gateway

    When applying cable labels, align the center reference lines on the label with the axis of the cable. Refer to the IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER Labeling Instructions for the TS7650/TS7650G (3958 DD4 and 3958 AP1), IBM part number...
  • Page 88 Note: The WTI network power switch is shown in color to the side in Figure 20 on page 51. This is for clarity in showing the connections. Within the frame itself, the WTI switch is also shown in the recommended placement at EIA unit 4. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 89 Figure 20. Clustered TS7650G power cabling Chapter 4. Installing the TS7650G hardware...
  • Page 90: Clustered Ethernet Connections

    Figure 21 on page 53 or Figure 22 on page 55. If so, make the cable connections according to the port number assignments specified in Table 18 on page 54 or Table 19 on page 55, IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 91: Clustered 1Gb Ethernet Switch Connections For

    Refer to the IBM System Storage TS3000 System Console (TSSC) Maintenance Information for detailed port information. v Connection of the replication network cables is required only if the customer is enabling the data replication feature.
  • Page 92: Configuration

    Figure 22 on page 55. If so, label the cables according to the port number assignments specified in Table 19 on page 55, regardless of the position of the ports on the TSSC or the switch. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 93: Clustered 1Gb Ethernet Switch Connections For Openstorage Configuration

    Figure 22. Clustered 1Gb Ethernet switch connections for OpenStorage configuration Table 19. Clustered 1 Gb Ethernet switch Ethernet connections for OpenStorage configuration Callout From On Device On Device/Location Port 1, slot 5 Server A Customer network Customer designated device Port 1 Ethernet switch 1 Port 2, slot 5 Server A...
  • Page 94: Clustered 1 Gb Ethernet Switch Ethernet Connections For Openstorage Configuration

    Refer to the IBM System Storage TS3000 System Console (TSSC) Maintenance Information for detailed port information.
  • Page 95: Network

    Figure 23. Clustered TSSC, KVM and customer network Ethernet connections for VTL configuration Table 20. Clustered TSSC, KVM and customer network Ethernet connections for VTL configuration Callout From On Device On Device/Location Port 5 TSSC Ethernet switch Port 1 TSSC Port 2 TSSC Customer's local area...
  • Page 96: Openstorage Configuration

    Figure 24 on page 59. If so, label the cables according to the port number assignments specified in Table 21 on page 59, regardless of the position of the ports on the TSSC or the switch. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 97: Clustered Tssc, Kvm And Customer Network Ethernet Connections For Openstorage Configuration

    Figure 24. Clustered TSSC, KVM and customer network Ethernet connections for OpenStorage configuration Table 21. Clustered TSSC, KVM and customer network Ethernet connections for OpenStorage configuration Callout From On Device On Device/Location Port 5 TSSC Ethernet switch Port 1 TSSC Port 2 TSSC Customer's local area...
  • Page 98: Clustered Tssc, Kvm And Customer Network Ethernet Connections For Openstorage

    Port 1, slot 3 Server B Designated device Customer's host network Port 2, slot 3 Server B Designated device Customer's host network Port 3, slot 3 Server B Designated device Customer's host network IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 99: Clustered Fibre Channel Connections

    In addition to the IBM DS4700 disk controller, the TS7650G also supports the DS5000 disk controller, the DS8000 disk controller and the XIV disk controller, as well as various non-IBM storage solutions. If the customer has elected to use disk storage components other than the IBM disk controllers mentioned above, the figures, examples, and procedures in this document will not apply to the configuration on which you are working.
  • Page 100 Clustered fibre channel connections for VTL configuration This task describes the fibre channel connections for theTS7650G server in a clustered configuration with VTL configuration. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 101: Clustered Fibre Channel Connections For Vtl Configuration

    About this task Figure 26. Clustered fibre channel connections for VTL configuration Chapter 4. Installing the TS7650G hardware...
  • Page 102: Clustered Fibre Channel Connections For Vtl Installations

    Disk Array, Disk Controller B-1 Used in clustered systems only CNB-2 P1 Disk Array, Disk Expansion B2-1 This cable is used only in a minimum storage configuration, when only one expansion unit is attached. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 103: Clustered Host Fibre Channel Labels

    Figure 27. Clustered Host fibre channel labels Table 24. Clustered Host fibre channel labels Label From Remarks DD4A S1 1 HOST 1 DD4A S1 2 HOST 2 DD4A S2 1 HOST 3 DD4A S2 2 HOST 4 DD4B S1 1 HOST 1 DD4B S1 2 HOST 2...
  • Page 104 3. Make any necessary adjustments to cable labeling or placement, then go to “Powering-up the components” on page 69. Clustered fibre channel connections for OpenStorage configuration This task describes the fibre channel connections for theTS7650G server in a clustered configuration with OpenStorage configuration. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 105: Clustered Fibre Channel Connections For Openstorage Configuration

    About this task Figure 28. Clustered fibre channel connections for OpenStorage configuration Chapter 4. Installing the TS7650G hardware...
  • Page 106: Clustered Fibre Channel Connections For Openstorage Installations

    Disk Array, Disk Controller B-1 Used in clustered systems only CNB-2 P1 Disk Array, Disk Expansion B2-1 This cable is used only in a minimum storage configuration, when only one expansion unit is attached. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 107: Powering-Up The Components

    In addition to the IBM DS4700 disk controller, the TS7650G also supports the DS5000 disk controller, the DS8000 disk controller and the XIV disk controller, as well as various non-IBM storage solutions. If the customer has elected to use disk storage components other than the IBM disk controllers mentioned above, the figures, examples, and procedures in this document will not apply to the configuration on which you are working.
  • Page 108: Disk Expansion Modules

    To turn on the servers, press the white, recessed power-control button on the server operator panel. See Figure 29 on page 71. Important: IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 109: Tssc And Kvm Kit

    Power control button cover Power control button/power-on LED Ethernet icon LED For more detailed information, refer to the IBM System x3850 X5 and x3950 X5 Types 7145 and 7146 Installation and User's Guide that was provided with the server. TSSC and KVM kit Use this section to turn on the TSSC and KVM.
  • Page 110: Next Steps

    If an amber LED on any component is lit, refer to the documentation for the component to diagnose and remedy the problem. Also refer to the IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER Problem Determination Guide for the TS7650 Appliance and TS7650G (Gateway), IBM form number GC53-1157, as applicable.
  • Page 111: Chapter 5. Setting Up The Tssc For Use With Thets7650G Server

    Call Home, firewall, and network communication settings for the TSSC. Note: For the most up-to-date information about setting up the TSSC, see IBM System Storage TS3000 System Console (TSSC) Maintenance Information. Establishing a connection between the TSSC and the server...
  • Page 112: Checking The Tssc Microcode Level

    Use this procedure to verify the TSSC's microcode level. Procedure To verify the TSSC's microcode level: 1. Use one of the following options to view the microcode level on the TSSC: IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 113: Re-Imaging The Tssc Microcode

    The IBM TS3000 System Console menu displays. The microcode level in use on the TSSC is shown in the menu title. Figure 30. IBM TS3000 System Console login window 2. Make note of the TSSC microcode level. What to do next If the TSSC microcode level is: v Not current, you must upgrade the TSSC microcode level.
  • Page 114 Storage Manager GUIs, ProtecTIER Manager GUI, and Information Centers for TS7700, for example. The actual applications will depend upon the systems that are attached to the TSSC. Refer to the IBM System Storage TS3000 System Console (TSSC) Maintenance Information for additional information.
  • Page 115: Setting Up The Tssc For Use With The Ts7650G

    BIOS. Refer to the server documentation to reinstall the BIOS and to set the correct machine type. 12. Restore the TSSC's configuration from the backup. Refer to the IBM System Storage TS3000 System Console (TSSC) Maintenance Information for instructions.
  • Page 116: Ibm Ts3000 System Console Menu

    Call Home solution may not be enabled and the process will fail. To ensure that you are using the most current instructions, refer to the relevant sections in the IBM System Storage TS3000 System Console (TSSC) Maintenance Information, provided on the IBM System Storage TS7650 with ProtecTIER Publications CD.
  • Page 117: Console Configuration Utility Screen

    8. Click OK The Console Configuration application starts and the Console Configuration utility screen displays: Figure 32. Console configuration utility screen 9. Click Console Settings The Console Settings screen displays. See Figure 33. Figure 33. Console Settings screen 10. In the Internal Network Interface pane, verify that the IP Address: 172.31.1.1 and the Subnet mask: 255.255.0.0, are displayed.
  • Page 118: Console Time And Date Screen: Ntp Server Off

    Stop NTP server. b. In the Time fields, enter the current UTC. c. Click Save Changes. 17. Click Start NTP server. The Console Time and Date screen re-displays with the new UTC shown: IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 119: Console Time And Date Screen: Ntp Server

    Figure 35. Console Time and Date screen: NTP server running 18. Close the Console configuration utility screen. You are returned to the TSSC's blue desktop. 19. Go to Chapter 6, “Configuring the RAS package,” on page 83. Chapter 5. Setting up the TSSC for use with theTS7650G server...
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  • Page 121: Chapter 6. Configuring The Ras Package

    TS7600 products depend on the RAS package to gather logs at the time of the failure and send a call home packet. When the RAS package is not configured, the customer must call 1(800) IBM SERV (in North America, only) or visit www.ibm.com/planetwide; to obtain hardware support.
  • Page 122: Stand-Alone Configuration

    8. Verify that an existing TSSC meets the minimum hardware requirements. See the IBM System Storage TS3000 System Console (TSSC) Maintenance Information provided on the IBM System Storage TS7650 with ProtecTIER Publications CD in the TS7650G ship group. About this task The RAS package configuration procedure performs the following tasks: v Sets up the TSSC network (172.31.1.xxx) for the servers and the RSAs.
  • Page 123: Clustered Configuration

    Disk array serial number v Customer number v Country code Note: This is the two-digit, IBM-assigned country code used to order software or to acquire software support. Do not confuse this with the three-digit RETAIN country code. v Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) server IP address (optional)
  • Page 124 Disk array machine type and model number v Disk array serial number v Customer number v Country code Note: This is the two-digit, IBM-assigned country code used to order software or to acquire software support. Do not confuse this with the three-digit RETAIN country code.
  • Page 125: Verifying The Cluster's Ethernet Connections

    v Use the same frame (location) number for both nodes when clustered together in the same frame. You may be prompted during the installation with a question for setting the second node. If you are setting the primary node (Server A), answer No, if you are are setting the second node (Server B), answer Yes.
  • Page 126 "Intel Corporation 82571EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller (Copper)" network.hwaddr: 00:15:17:e8:7e:ef deviceId: 10bc subVendorId: 8086 subDeviceId: 11bc pciType: 1 device: eth8 driver: e1000e desc: "Intel Corporation 82571EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller (Copper)" network.hwaddr: 00:15:17:e8:7e:ef IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 127 00:21:5e:c5:96:b6 deviceId: 1639 subVendorId: 1014 subDeviceId: 03b5 pciType: 1 device: usb0 driver: cdc_ether desc: "IBM RNDIS/CDC ETHER" network.hwaddr: 02:21:5e:c5:b9:8b deviceId: 4010 usbmfr: IBM usbprod: RNDIS/CDC ETHER [root@chino ~] Note: The hwaddrs are specific to the Ethernet cards in each system.
  • Page 128 3. Note the results of the above procedures and pass them on to the trained ProtecTIER specialist/LBS representative for his or her use during ProtecTIER configuration. 4. Go to Chapter 7, “RAS verification,” on page 91. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 129: Chapter 7. Ras Verification

    1. If you are not already logged into the TSSC do so now, with the username service and the password service. 2. Right-click on the TSSC's blue desktop. The IBM TS3000 System Console menu displays. 3. System Console Actions → Console Configuration Utility If prompted for a username and password, enter service in both fields.
  • Page 130: Installing Protectier Manager On The Tssc

    The ProtecTIER Manager Installation wizard closes and the TSSC's CD-ROM drive opens. 8. Remove the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER Manager V2.5 DVD, close CD-ROM drive, then go to Chapter 11, “Using ProtecTIER Manager,” on page 119. Calibrating the server battery Each server contains a battery that must be calibrated.
  • Page 131: Testing Call Home

    Test Call Home – Triggered from the RAS command line interface (CLI) to test the path to the IBM Customer Configuration Profile File (CCPF) system. v User Initiated Call Home – Triggered from the TSSC graphical user interface...
  • Page 132 The portion of the TS7650G installation and configuration for which the SSR is responsible is now complete. 7. Turn the system over to the trained ProtecTIER specialist for LBS representative for installation and configuration of ProtecTIER and ProtecTIER Manager. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 133: Chapter 8. Configuring Protectier Using Ptconfig

    Reinstalling Red Hat Linux is a customer responsibility. Should doing so become necessary, refer the customer to the Recovery appendix of the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER User's Guide for Enterprise Edition and Appliance Edition, IBM form number GC53–1156, provided on the IBM System Storage TS7650 with ProtecTIER...
  • Page 134: Logging Into The Server

    The above information can be found on the completed IP Address Worksheet, located in the IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER Introduction and Planning Guide for the TS7650G (3958 DD4), IBM form number GC53–1152. A blank copy of this worksheet is provided in this document for your convenience.
  • Page 135: Configuring The First Server With Ptconfig

    Configuration instructions for legacy 3958 DD1, 3958 DD3, or 3958 AP1 servers are provided in the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER Software Upgrade and Replication Enablement Guide, IBM form number GC53–1196.
  • Page 136 Validation will start in 10 seconds Testing connectivity to the Default Gateway [ Done ] Getting number of nodes [ Done ] This is a 1 node cluster, will not test fencing Validation ended IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 137: Example Auto-Detected System Information

    Install ended successfully 4. If you are not enabling replication, go to step 1 on page 109. Otherwise, continue to step 5. 5. When you have returned to the command prompt, define the static routes used for replication. Enter the command: ./ptconfig -staticRoutes <enter>...
  • Page 138: Example Summary For First Server And Local Network

    1 and site 2. Actual values will vary. For reference, write the actual values from the summary screen in the blank spaces below. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 139: Site 1 - Server A Vtl Worksheet

    Depending on your replication configuration, the "remote node" Target Network Address may be the same network starting address for Server A and B if more than one node is replicating to a single node. Table 32. Site 1 – Server A VTL worksheet | | | | Site 1 –...
  • Page 140: Configuring The First Server For Openstorage

    Configuration instructions for legacy 3958 DD1, 3958 DD3, or 3958 AP1 servers are provided in the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER Software Upgrade and Replication Enablement Guide, IBM form number GC53–1196.
  • Page 141 3. You are prompted, one at a time, to enter the values listed below. After typing each value, press <enter>. Important: Values set during manufacturing display in [brackets]. If you are enabling replication, you will need to change all of the default values to reflect the customer's specific configuration.
  • Page 142: Example Auto-Detected System Information

    (the gateway IP address of the server you are currently configuring) (for example: 10.11.195.1) A summary displays: Table 37. Example summary for first server and local network Target Network Local Gateway Address Target Netmask Address 10.11.194.0 255.255.255.0 10.11.195.1 IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 143: Example Updated Summary Of Both Servers

    Important: The addresses in the summary above are examples. Actual values will vary. For example, if the Target Network Address for the destination server is 10.11.194.75, its starting address would be 10.11.194.0. For the Local Gateway Address you would use the gateway address of the source server (this server).
  • Page 144 | | | | 1 (eth7) | | | | 2 (eth11) The Available Options prompt displays a third time: Available Options: ================== (a)dd a new record (e)dit a record (d)elete a record IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 145 After you have finished updating the OpenStorage interface settings, you will need to install and configure the OpenStorage plug-in on your NetBackup media server(s). To do so, refer to the instructions in the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER User's Guide for Enterprise Edition and Appliance Edition, IBM form number GC53–1156.
  • Page 146: Creating File Systems

    6. When you want to commit the changes, type c <enter>. 7. Type q <enter> to quit. 8. You will be returned to the prompt command. Creating file systems Use this procedure to create file systems. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 147 Note: For a detailed description of what the fsCreate tool does, or to manually create file systems using the Linux Command Line Interface (CLI), refer to the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER User's Guide for Enterprise Edition and Appliance Edition, IBM form number GC53–1156.
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  • Page 149: Chapter 9. Enabling The Protectier Replication Manager

    About this task The ProtecTIER Replication Manager application is installed on a customer-designated ProtecTIER v2.5 server. IBM recommends installing ProtecTIER Replication Manager at the replication destination site, so that the ProtecTIER Replication Manager will remain available in a disaster recovery situation.
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  • Page 151: Chapter 10. Installing Protectier Manager

    Important: If an older version of ProtecTIER Manager is already installed on the ProtecTIER Manager workstation or the TSSC, make sure the ProtecTIER Manager GUI is closed before installing the newer version from the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER Manager V2.5 DVD.
  • Page 152: Choose Install Folder Window

    The Choose Install Folder window opens: Figure 37. Choose Install Folder window 4. Specify the folder where the ProtecTIER Manager program files will be installed, and then click Next. The Choose Shortcut Folder window opens: IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 153: Choose Shortcut Folder Window

    Figure 38. Choose Shortcut Folder window 5. Select the location where the program icons will be created: v In a new Program Group – Creates a new program group in the Program list of the Start menu. v In an existing Program Group – Adds the shortcut to an existing program group in the Program list of the Start menu.
  • Page 154: Installing On Linux

    About this task To install ProtecTIER Manager on Linux: Procedure 1. Insert the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER Manager V2.5 DVD into the CD-ROM drive of the designated ProtecTIER Manager workstation. 2. Run the ProtecTIER Manager installer. To do so: a. From the Linux desktop, double-click the CD-ROM icon, and then double-click the installation folder for the version of Linux you are using.
  • Page 155: Choose Link Folder

    In your Home folder – Creates the links in the directory where the user's files are typically stored. For example: /home/bill. v Other – Creates the links in the default location (/opt/IBM/PTManager). To specify a different location, click Choose and select a directory on the workstation's hard drive.
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  • Page 157: Chapter 11. Using Protectier Manager

    Go to step 2 on page 120. If the ProtecTIER Manager GUI is installed on a Windows-based workstation a. Click Start → Programs → IBM → ProtecTIER Manager 2.3.2.0 → IBM ProtecTIER Manager. The ProtecTIER Manager screen opens. See Figure 40 on page 120.
  • Page 158: Protectier Manager Screen

    Systems tab of the Navigation pane. If the cluster contains a second node, that node displays in the Nodes pane. 6. Go to “Planning the repository” on page 121. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 159: Planning The Repository

    Planning the repository Use the Repository Planning wizard in conjunction with guidance from IBM support, to determine the optimum repository size and meta data file system arrangement for the repository. Procedure 1. On the ProtecTIER Manager workstation, run ProtecTIER Manager.
  • Page 160: Creating The Repository

    Note: Creating a repository is a prerequisite for adding a second node to a cluster, as repository creation must be performed on Node A. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 161: Create Repository Name Window

    Procedure 1. On the ProtecTIER Manager workstation, if it is not already running, run the ProtecTIER Manager application. To do so: Click Start → Programs → IBM → ProtecTIER Manager 2.3.2.0 → IBM ProtecTIER Manager. The ProtecTIER Manager window opens.
  • Page 162: Repository Size Window

    Create repository planning wizard. b. In the Estimated factoring ratio field, enter the estimated factoring ratio value that was determined with the assistance of IBM Support personnel. c. In the System peak throughput (MB/Sec) field, specify the rate of system peak throughput that the meta data file systems can support.
  • Page 163: Storage Window

    Figure 45. Storage window 9. Click Next. The Repository resources dialog box opens. See Figure 46. Figure 46. Repository resources dialog 10. Verify that the correct file systems are selected for meta data and user data, based on the meta data file system sizes indicated by the repository planning process.
  • Page 164 15. Proceed as appropriate: v If this is a stand-alone configuration, TS7650G installation and setup is now complete. Turn the system over to the customer and refer them to the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER User's Guide for Enterprise Edition and Appliance Edition, IBM form number GC53–1156, for information on customizing,...
  • Page 165: Chapter 12. Upgrading Protectier To A Cluster

    For a VTL Gateway, type: ./ptconfig -install -model=TS7650G -app=VTL <enter> b. For an OpenStorage Gateway, type: ./ptconfig -install -model=TS7650G -app=OST_1G <enter> The following messages display: Stopping services, please wait Stopping Cluster Services [ Done ] © Copyright IBM Corp. 2008, 2010...
  • Page 166 14. When you have returned to the command prompt, define the static routes used for replication. Enter the command: ./ptconfig -staticRoutes <enter> The message below displays: Gathering System information [ Done ] The auto-detected system information displays. For example: IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 167: Example Auto-Detected System Information

    Table 43. Example auto-detected system information Target Network Local Gateway 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 Important: This information is only an example. The information that displays will be specific to your system, and will be different. Followed by the Available Options prompt: Available Options: ==================...
  • Page 168: Example Updated Summary Of Both Servers

    | | | | Site 1 – Server A Target Target Netmask Local Gateway Network Address Address (Remote node's (Remote node's netmask) (The gateway address starting network for Server A at Site 1) address) IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 169: Site 1 - Server A Worksheet

    Table 46. Site 1 – Server A worksheet (continued) | | | | Site 1 – Server A | | | 1 (eth2) VTL systems or 1 (eth7) OpenStorage | | | 2 (eth5) VTL systems or 2 (eth11) OpenStorage Table 47.
  • Page 170 1) From the ProtecTIER Manager menu bar, select Cluster Management → Add Cluster Member. The Add cluster member wizard Welcome screen opens. 2) Click Next. The Server Selection screen opens. See Figure 47 on page 133. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 171: Server Selection Screen

    Figure 47. Server selection screen 3) In the Server IP field of the Server Selection pane, enter the IP address of the Server you want to add to the cluster. Alternatively, you can select the IP address from the dropdown list. 4) Click Next and then click Finish The Add cluster member wizard closes and the Server is added to the selected cluster.
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  • Page 173: Chapter 13. Changing The System Date And Time

    Attention: If you are running the setClock configuration to change the date and time, IBM recommends that once you complete the procedure, you commit the changes and exit the session. Do not proceed to setting a different timezone in the same session.
  • Page 174 14. America/Menominee 15. America/North_Dakota/Center 16. America/North_Dakota/New_Salem 17. America/Denver 18. America/Boise 19. America/Shiprock 20. America/Phoenix 21. America/Los_Angeles 22. America/Anchorage 23. America/Juneau 24. America/Yakutat 25. America/Nome 26. America/Adak 27. Pacific/Honolulu Please choose a timezone: IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 175 If you typed m to manually enter the timezone, the following is displayed: Enter the time zone (case sensitive): Type, for example, Italy <Enter>. 10. Type a number corresponding to the timezone you want to synchronize from the list under the country code entered. The following is displayed: Date, Time, Timezone &...
  • Page 176 [ Done ] Setting Time Zone [ Done ] Setting Timeserver [ Done ] Setting Date & Time [ Done ] Starting NTPD [ Done ] Starting cluster [ Done ] Cluster Started IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 177: Chapter 14. Testing A Clustered System

    8. Log in to Node 2 with the username root and password admin. 9. Repeat steps 3 through6 on Node B. Note: Alerts may be generated as the validation tests are running. The ProtecTIER Manager Alerts Log allows you to monitor the alerts as they © Copyright IBM Corp. 2008, 2010...
  • Page 178: Alerts Log

    Alerts Log screen. 10. If the test succeeds on both nodes, TS7650G installation and setup is complete. Turn the system over to the customer and refer them to the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER User's Guide for Enterprise Edition and Appliance Edition, IBM form number GC53–1156 for information on customizing, using, and...
  • Page 179: Appendix A. Company Information Worksheet

    IBM service representatives use the information that is provided on the company information worksheet to customize your IBM storage complex. When you use any of the remote support features, the TSSC sends this information to IBM so an IBM service representative can contact you.
  • Page 180 Call back phone number The phone number of the modem being used for Call Home. Include the area code and the country code, if appropriate. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 181 Your information Disk array machine type(s) and The machine type(s) and model model number(s) number(s) for the attached disk array storage subsystem(s). For non-IBM equipment, also provide vendor name(s). Use an additional sheet if necessary. Disk array serial number(s) The serial number(s) for the attached disk array storage subsystem(s).
  • Page 182: Country Codes

    Haiti Montserrat Seychelles Zaire Island Cocos Heard and Morocco Sierra Leon Zambia (Keeling) McDonald Islands Islands Colombia Honduras Mozambique Singapore Zimbabwe Comoros Hong Kong Myanmar Slovak Republic Congo Hungary Namibia Slovenia IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 183: Appendix B. Ip Address Worksheet

    Appliance components. IBM service representatives use the information provided to define the IP addresses of components supported by the TSSC. When the TSSC sends Call Home information to IBM through VPN or modem, or sends you notices about serviceable events, these settings will be included in the information to identify and provide important information about the TSSC that sent a service request.
  • Page 184: Configuration

    OpenStorage 192.168.155.1 | | | | Server A eth11 Replication network 2 192.168.21.1 | | | | Server A eth12 Cluster network 2 | | | | Server A eth13 Free IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 185 Factory-default server IP addresses for a clustered VTL TS7650G 3958 DD4 or TS7650 Appliance Table 54. Factory-default server IP addresses for a clustered VTL ProtecTIER system (3958 DD4 or 3958 AP1) Factory Default IP | | | | TS7650 clustered VTL system Component Port Function...
  • Page 186 Replication network 2 192.168.21.2 | | | | Server B eth12 Cluster network 2 10.0.0.52 | | | | Server B eth13 Free | | | | Network Power Switch 10.0.0.50 IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 187: Customer Ip Addresses

    Customer IP addresses Table 56. Customer IP addresses Node A (the Port Host Name IP Address Network Mask Default Gateway server located in the lower part of eth0 the rack) Node B (the Port IP Address Network Mask Default Gateway server located in the upper part of eth0...
  • Page 188 1 that the TSSC will access (for example, 5.127.42.250). Name server Provide the domain name of the name server (for domain name 1 example, medina.xyz.it). IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 189: Host Names And Dns Settings For Setting Up

    Table 58. Host names and DNS settings for setting up the TSSC with the TS7650G (continued) Item or setting Instructions eth0 eth1 (if applicable) Name server Provide the dotted decimal (DNS) internet address of the second name address 2 server that this workstation (Optional) can access (for example, 5.127.42.252).
  • Page 190: Base Clusters And Additional Storage Component Ip Addresses

    1 (server A). For example, if server A is set for 172.31.1.10 then server B will be set for 172.31.1.15. Note: Depending upon the address ranges available on the TSSC, the IBM Service representative may have to use ranges other than those shown here.
  • Page 191: Appendix C. Replication Settings Worksheet

    Policy name Policy priority level Medium High Policy enabled: Y/N Destination repository name Destination target Shelf Library Library name Barcodes for range of cartridges to be replicated Replication meta-data reserved space Grid Management information © Copyright IBM Corp. 2008, 2010...
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  • Page 193: Appendix D. Making A Server Connection Through The System Management Module (Imm)

    Note: Currently, for the DD4 xSeries server, remote control access to the server via the IMM port requires a file not available in the current provided IBM supported browsers. Some third party browsers have this file resident, that can enable this function (example: Google Chrome), and it can be used to perform this function if required.
  • Page 194: Using The Tssc Or A Service Laptop

    2. Log into the server with the ID: root and the password: admin. 3. From command line, type: reboot <enter> 4. When the IBM logo displays, press F1 to enter Setup mode. 5. Select Advanced Setup → RSA II Settings.
  • Page 195: Service Laptop To Rsa Connection

    Figure 49. Service laptop to RSA connection 3. On the laptop, click Start → Control Panel. 4. Double-click Network Connections. 5. Right-click Local Area Connection → Properties. See Figure 50. Figure 50. Local Area Connection Properties 6. From the list, select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), then click Properties. 7.
  • Page 196: Integrated Management Welcome Window

    For example: 172.31.1.253. 16. In the Netmask field, enter: 255.255.255.0. 17. Leave the Gateway field blank. 18. Click Save. An Alert dialog opens. 19. Read the alert and then click OK to continue. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 197 20. Close the ASM window. The RSA IP address on Server B is now unique. 21. On the TSSC or service laptop, open a browser window. 22. In the Address Bar area of the browser window, type the unique RSA IP address that you set in step 15 on page 158 and then press <enter>.
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  • Page 199: Appendix E. 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. 2008, 2010...
  • Page 200 Alagoas, Sergipe America/Bahia Bahia America/Sao_Paulo 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 System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 201 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 202 Atlantic/Cape_Verde Indian/Christmas Asia/Nicosia Europe/Prague 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 System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 203 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 204 Asia/Qyzylorda 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 System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 205 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 206 Moscow+04 - Yenisei River Asia/Irkutsk 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 System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 207 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 208 Alaska Time - Alaska panhandle America/Yakutat 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 System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 209 Code Time zone Comments Asia/Saigon Pacific/Efate Pacific/Wallis Pacific/Apia Asia/Aden Indian/Mayotte Africa/Johannesburg Africa/Lusaka Africa/Harare Appendix E. Worldwide time zone codes...
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  • Page 211: Appendix F. Protectier Replication Network Performance Validation Utility For Vtl Systems

    1. Start the server mode of the utility on server1 by entering the following commands on the command line: cd /opt/dtc/app/sbin ./pt_net_perf_util -s 2. Start the client mode of the utility on server2 by entering the following command on the command line: ./pt_net_perf_util -c server1 -t 300 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2008, 2010...
  • Page 212 Higher latency values will cause a major deterioration in replication throughput. v Packet loss should be 0%. Any other value indicates a major network problem. Test 2: Throughput - default settings IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 213 This test checks maximal TCP throughput using a single data stream with default TCP settings. Example result: *** Throughput - Default TCP [ 3] 0.0-120.1 sec 2.41 GBytes 173 Mbits/sec Interpreting the results: v The test ran for 120.1 seconds, transferred 2.41 GB (2.24 GiB), with an average throughput of 173 Mbits/sec.
  • Page 214 You may want to run these tests again to test the reverse throughput in the network. To run the tests in reverse, change server1 to the client and server2 to the server and repeat the procedures. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 215: Appendix G. Protectier Network Performance Validation Utility For Openstorage Systems

    1. Start the server mode of the utility on server1 by entering the following commands on the command line: ./pt_net_perf_util -s 2. Start the client mode of the utility on server2 by entering the following command on the command line: ./pt_net_perf_util -c server1_ip_address -t 300 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2008, 2010...
  • Page 216 The round-trip-time in network topologies may vary, but should never exceed 200ms on WAN. Contact your network administrator if round-trip-time reports more than 200ms on WAN or 6ms on LAN, as it may significantly decrease throughput. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 217 v Higher latency values will cause a major deterioration in throughput. v Packet loss should be 0%. Any other value indicates a major network problem. Test 2: Throughput - default settings This test checks maximal TCP throughput using a single data stream with default TCP settings.
  • Page 218 You may want to run these tests again to test the reverse throughput in the network. To run the tests in reverse, change server1 to the client and server2 to the server and repeat the procedures. IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
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  • Page 229: Index

    18 Platform documentation required version 1 improvement xxxv remote supervisor adapter 155 Web sites xxxi replication MES feature 17 DS5000 xxxiii settings 153 ds8000 xxxiv replication settings work sheet 153 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2008, 2010...
  • Page 230 TS7650G 77 outside gateway frame 73 re-image hard drive 76 upgrading the microcode 76 verifying systems attached to 91 verifying systems attached to TSSC 91 visual inspection indicators and fault LEDs 71 IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER: Installation Roadmap Guide...
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