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IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication
Appliance
for ProtecTIER 3.1.8
Installation Roadmap Guide
GA32-0920-02

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  • Page 1 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance for ProtecTIER 3.1.8 Installation Roadmap Guide GA32-0920-02...
  • Page 2 Before using this information and the product it supports, be sure to read the general information in the "Safety and environmental notices" and "Notices" sections of this publication. This edition applies to the TS7650 Appliance with ProtecTIER version 3.1.8 installed and to all subsequent releases and modifications until otherwise indicated in new editions.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Figures ....v Chapter 3. Installing the TS7650 Appliance ... . . 21 Tables ....vii Installation checklist .
  • Page 4 Index ....189 Installing the Java Runtime Environment . . 170 Installing the Java Access Bridge . . 171 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 5: Figures

    . 72 KVM switch, TSSC, and customer network Flag Selection screen . 73 Ethernet cabling (VTL and OpenStorage IBM TS3000 System Console login window configurations, TSSC variant 2) . . 32 IBM TS3000 System Console menu . . 81 Replication Ethernet connections for Console configuration utility screen .
  • Page 6 Color selection, Swatches tab . . 178 Default color versus custom color . . 179 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 7: Tables

    Tables IBM websites for help, services, and Clustered Fibre Channel connections for information . xx OpenStorage installations . . 66 Responsibilities matrix . Clustered Ethernet host connections for 3958 AP1 server rear view: Slot assignments, OpenStorage configuration, Feature Code 3457 . 67 ports, and connections for VTL .
  • Page 8 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 9: 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 10: 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 11: 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.
  • Page 12 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 13: Homologation Statement

    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. xiii © Copyright IBM Corp. 2011...
  • Page 14 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 15: Frame Safety

    Connect all devices installed in a rack cabinet to power devices installed in the same rack cabinet. Do not plug a power cord from a device installed in one rack cabinet into a power device installed in a different rack cabinet. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2011...
  • Page 16 Moving the module out of the rack might cause the rack to become unstable or cause the module to fall out of the rack. (R001) IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 17: Frame Relocation

    Frame relocation This topic lists and describes guidelines to follow when relocating equipment frames. CAUTION: Removing components from the upper positions in the rack cabinet improves rack stability during relocation. Follow these general guidelines whenever you relocate a populated rack cabinet within a room or building: v Reduce the weight of the rack cabinet by removing equipment starting at the top of the rack cabinet.
  • Page 18 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 19: About The Installation Roadmap

    V3.1.8. Who should read the installation roadmap This publication is intended for IBM service personnel only. The installation procedures described in this document are to be performed by IBM service personnel. What's new in this edition This topic describes and links to information that is new or has changed from the previous edition.
  • Page 20: Getting Information, Help, And Service

    2. Select TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliances 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 21: Getting Help Online

    Getting help online This topic gives the main website for IBM support for installation of the TS7650 Appliance, ProtecTIER V3.1.8 and also describes the AOS system available to service personnel for additional diagnostic and corrective capabilities. Be sure to visit the support page for FAQs, parts information, technical hints and tips, technical publications, and downloadable files, if applicable.
  • Page 22: Websites

    In the U.S.A. and Canada, these services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In the UK, these services are available Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. In all other countries, contact your IBM reseller or IBM marketing representative.
  • Page 23: Related Ibm Publications

    TS7650 3958 AP1 publications The following publications provide additional documentation about the appliance server: v IBM System x3850 X5 and x3950 X5 Types 7145 and 7146 Installation and User's Guide IBM System x3850 X5 and x3950 X5 Types 7145 and 7146 Problem Determination...
  • Page 24: Feature Code 3708: 4.8 Tb Fibre Channel Disk Controller And Feature Code 3707: 4.8 Tb Fibre Channel Disk Expansion Unit Publications

    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 email to starpubs@us.ibm.com. Be sure to include the...
  • Page 25 – Exact publication title and version – Publication form number (for example, GC53-1196-03) – Page, table, or illustration numbers that you are commenting on with a detailed description of any information that should be changed About this document...
  • Page 26 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 27: Chapter 1. Overview

    If the customer neither ordered a TSSC with the appliance nor has one already available for use at the installation site, stop the installation and advise the customer to work with IBM sales to secure a TSSC for use with the appliance.
  • Page 28: About The Installation Roadmap

    Red Hat Linux on the affected 3958 AP1 servers. About the installation roadmap This section describes the tasks used to install and configure the TS7650 Appliance server hardware. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 29: Finding The Instructions You Need

    Connecting the cables from the TS7650 components to the customer Ethernet network and host system, and to an existing TSSC, if one is being used. v Configuring the TSSC and KVM switch for use with the TS7650 Appliance. v Configuring ProtecTIER RAS on the 3958 AP1 servers.
  • Page 30: Documents Required To Install A New Stand-Alone 3958 Ap1 Server

    Best Practices Guide TS7650G or TS7650 Installation Roadmap Guide Labeling Instructions Software Upgrade and Replication Enablement Guide User’s Guide Figure 1. Documents required to install a new stand-alone 3958 AP1 server IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 31: Documents Required To Install New Clustered 3958 Ap1 Servers

    ProtecTIER servers new clustered ProtecTIER servers with or without replication Introduction and Planning Guide (customer) Server B Server A Best Practices Guide TS7650G or TS7650 Installation Roadmap Guide Labeling Instructions Labeling Instructions Software Upgrade Server B and Replication installed? Enablement Guide User’s Guide...
  • Page 32: Terminology Used In This Document

    TS7650 family that includes a disk storage repository. The TS7650 Appliance consists of the following: Server The 3958 AP1 server is based on the IBM System x3850 X5 Type 7145-AC1 at the ProtecTIER version 3.1.8 release. When used as a server in the TS7650 Appliance, its machine type and model are 3958 AP1.
  • Page 33: Responsibilities Matrix

    The cartridge will then disappear from the destination library and reappear at the source I/E slot. Responsibilities matrix The table in this section outlines the responsibilities of the various actors involved in installing the TS7650 Appliance. Chapter 1. Overview...
  • Page 34: Responsibilities Matrix

    The TS7650 Appliance installation requires participation from the customer, as well as the coordinated efforts of IBM SSR, Lab-based Services (LBS), and trained ProtecTIER specialist personnel. See Table 2 for an outline of the division of responsibilities. Table 2. Responsibilities matrix...
  • Page 35 " customer site. Label and connect external power, Ethernet, and Fibre Channel cables, " as necessary. Connect the TS7650 Appliance to the " customer network. Turn on the system. " Verify accuracy of hardware installation and cabling. Perform "...
  • Page 36 Task Customer Specialists or LBS SSRs Representatives Install the Storage Manager from the " ProtecTIER Manager CD. Release the system to the customer. " Document and report installation " results. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 37: Chapter 2. Appliance Configurations

    Chapter 2. Appliance configurations The topics in this chapter describe the TS7650 Appliance hardware configurations. IBM Manufacturing performs the following tasks when configuring a TS7650 Appliance: v Installation of the servers, disk controllers, disk expansion modules, and the TSSC and its related components, into the AP1 frame.
  • Page 38: Eight-Drawer Stand-Alone Configuration

    Feature Code 3708: 4.8 TB Fibre Channel Disk Controllers v six Feature Code 3707: 4.8 TB Fibre Channel Disk Expansion Units v one TSSC and its related components See Figure 4 on page 14. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 39: Eight-Drawer Clustered Configuration

    Eight-drawer clustered configuration This section describes an eight-drawer clustered appliance. The eight-drawer clustered appliance consists of the following main components: v two 3958 AP1 servers v two Feature Code 3708: 4.8 TB Fibre Channel Disk Controllers v six Feature Code 3707: 4.8 TB Fibre Channel Disk Expansion Units v one Feature Code 3437: Cluster Connection Kit.
  • Page 40: About The 3958 Ap1 Server

    This section describes the TS7650 Appliance (3958 AP1) server. As part of the manufacturing process, Red Hat Enterprise Linux and ProtecTIER software are preinstalled on the TS7650 Appliance servers. In addition, file systems and disk repositories are created and configured according to factory specifications.
  • Page 41: Ap1 Server Rear View With Vtl Configuration

    ProtecTIER Server A1 A2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Figure 5. 3958 AP1 server rear view with VTL configuration Table 3. 3958 AP1 server rear view: Slot assignments, ports, and connections for VTL Connection VTL use 1 Slot 1 Emulex Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter (HBA) v Label port 1 = Fibre Channel port 2 v Label port 2 = Fibre Channel port 3...
  • Page 42: Ap1 Server Rear View With Openstorage Configuration, Feature Code 3456

    Table 4. 3958 AP1 server rear view: Slot assignments, ports, and connections for OpenStorage Connection OpenStorage use, FC 3456 OpenStorage use, FC 3457 1 Slot 1 Blank 2 Slot 2 Blank IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 43 Table 4. 3958 AP1 server rear view: Slot assignments, ports, and connections for OpenStorage (continued) 3 Slot 3 Intel Pro Quad-port gigabit Dual-port 10-gigabit Ethernet Ethernet adapter adapter (Port 1 = Eth4, Port 2 = Eth5, Port (Port 1 = Eth4, Port 2 = Eth5) 3 = Eth6, Port 4 = Eth7) 4 Slot 4 Intel Pro Quad-port gigabit...
  • Page 44: Ap1 Server Front View

    Figure 9. Operator information panel Table 6. 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 Ethernet icon LED IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 45: About The Disk Controller And Disk Expansion Modules

    About the TSSC and related components This section describes TSSC and its related components. When a TSSC (feature code 2732) is purchased with the TS7650 Appliance, the TSSC and its related components (keyboard, video, mouse (KVM), KVM switch, and 16–port network switch) are factory-installed in the 3958 AP1 frame. As a...
  • Page 46 Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance and TS7650G Deduplication Gateway Introduction and Planning Guide, IBM form number GA32-0918. In addition, if the TS7650 Appliance is shipped without a TSSC, the customer needs to provide a USB keyboard and graphics-capable monitor for use during server configuration.
  • Page 47: Chapter 3. Installing The Ts7650 Appliance

    Chapter 3. Installing the TS7650 Appliance This chapter provides instructions for installing the populated TS7650 Appliance AP1 frames, and making all required power and cable connections from the Appliance components to the customer Ethernet network and host system, as well as to an existing TSSC (if applicable).
  • Page 48 Turn on the breakers to power the PDUs. This document: “Powering up the components” on page 68 Power-up the disk expansion modules. This document: “Disk expansion modules” on 4–2 page 68 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 49 This document: “Visually inspecting indicator disk controller to the server. and fault LEDs” on page 70 Section 6: Customize KVM switch and configure the TSSC for use with the TS7650 Appliance 6–1 Customize the KVM switch user interface. This document: Chapter 4, “Setting up the KVM switch,”...
  • Page 50: Installing The Frame

    Note: If the frame is installed on a raised floor, ensure that the hole cutout in the floor is located under the rear of the frame. 2. Use the 43-mm wrench (P/N 31L8313) supplied with the TS7650 to make the following adjustments to the frame leveling pads: a.
  • Page 51: Removing The Server Retention Screws

    Figure 11. Removing the server retention screws b. Remove the four M6 screws securing the shipping brackets to the frame as shown in Figure 12. Figure 12. Removing the bracket mounting screws and shipping brackets c. Remove the shipping brackets and the cage nuts (for frames with square mounting holes) or clip nuts (for frames with round mounting holes) from the frame as shown in Figure 12.
  • Page 52: Applying Cable Labels

    Bottom PDU Secondary power supply Disk controller (Feature Code 3708: 4.8 TB Local equivalent disk Fibre Channel Disk Controller) storage system controller CUSTIM Customer network Same ProtecTIER server (3958 DD4) Same IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 53: Cabling A Stand-Alone Appliance

    Same Remember: For more detailed information about how cables are labeled, refer to the IBM System Storage Labeling Instructions for the TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance and TS7650G ProtecTIER Deduplication Gateway, IBM part number 95P8315 for label placement guidelines and instructions.
  • Page 54: Power Connections

    DD4 appears in this document in some tables and graphics, interpret this label as AP1 for Appliance installations. v All power connections from the TS7650 components to the PDUs were completed in manufacturing. v TSSC power cable TJ5 might not be present in the ship group. If not, connect the TSSC to the PDU by using only power cable BJ5.
  • Page 55: Power Cables For Stand-Alone And Clustered

    Table 10. Power cables for stand-alone and clustered configurations (continued) Label From Remarks Top PDU J8 pigtail DD4A P1 Factory-installed stand-alone installation only Top PDU J8 Top PDU J8 pigtail Factory-installed stand-alone installation only Bottom PDU J8 pigtail DD4A P2 Factory-installed stand-alone installation only...
  • Page 56: Ethernet Connections

    Disk Controller (3u) Figure 14. Stand-alone appliance PDU connections Ethernet connections The tasks in this section describe the network Ethernet connections used among the components in a TS7650 Appliance stand-alone configuration. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 57 KVM switch, TSSC, and customer network connections This topic describes the correct Ethernet cabling for the KVM switch, TSSC, and customer network in a stand-alone appliance. About this task Important: All cable connections were completed in manufacturing. Notes: 1. Your installation shipped with one of two models of the TSSC. While the port designations are identical for the two models, the physical port layout differs between them.
  • Page 58: Kvm Switch, Tssc, And Customer Network Ethernet Cabling (Vtl And Openstorage Configurations, Tssc Variant 2)

    3. Make any necessary adjustments to cable placement or labeling, and then go on to “Replication and OpenStorage customer host network (Feature Code 3456) connections” on page 33. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 59: Replication Ethernet Connections For Stand-Alone Vtl Configuration

    Customer-specified device network Procedure Perform the following steps to make or verify connections for a stand-alone TS7650 Appliance server configured to use VTL for replication. 1. Label and connect Ethernet cables (Cat 5e or higher) according to Table 12. Notes: v Cat 5e or higher cable is required for all Ethernet connections.
  • Page 60: Customer Host Network Ethernet Connections For Stand-Alone Openstorage Configuration, Feature Code 3456

    Port 3, slot 4 Server A Designated device Customer host network Note: Connection of the replication Ethernet cables is required only if the customer wants to later enable the data replication feature. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 61: Replication Ethernet Connections For Stand-Alone Openstorage Configuration, Feature Code 3456

    Customer network ProtecTIER Server A A1 A2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Replication 1 Replication 2 Figure 19. Replication Ethernet connections for stand-alone OpenStorage configuration, Feature Code 3456 Table 14. Replication Ethernet connections for stand-alone OpenStorage configuration, Feature Code 3456 Callout From On Device...
  • Page 62: Fibre Channel Connections

    Fibre Channel connections The tasks in this section describe the network Fibre Channel connections used between the disk controller and the TS7650 Appliance server in a stand-alone configuration. Important: All Fibre Channel connections, except for connections to the customer host network, were completed in manufacturing.
  • Page 63: Vtl Fibre Channel Cabling: Two-Drawer Stand-Alone Appliance

    About this task 32 Spindle ProtecTIER Server A Customer Network DD4A A1 A2 Disk Expansion 2B 2A R232 1B 1A EXPB 1-1 EXPA1-1 1A 1B R232 2A 2B Controller B H2 H1 P2 P1 CNB-1 CNA-1 H1 H2 P1 P2 Controller A Figure 21.
  • Page 64: Vtl Fibre Channel Cabling: Four-Drawer Stand-Alone Appliance

    1B 1A EXPA1-1 EXPB1-1 R232 2A 2B Controller B H2 H1 P2 P1 CNA-1 CNB-1 H1 H2 P1 P2 Controller A Figure 22. VTL Fibre Channel cabling: four-drawer stand-alone appliance IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 65: Vtl Fibre Channel Cabling: Eight-Drawer

    128 Spindle EXPA2-3 2B 2A R232 1B 1A EXPB2-3 R232 2A 2B 1A 1B Disk Expansion 1B 1A 2B 2A R232 EXPB2-2 EXPA2-2 R232 1A 1B 2A 2B Disk Expansion 2B 2A 1B 1A R232 EXPB2-1 EXPA2-1 1A 1B R232 2A 2B Disk Expansion Controller B...
  • Page 66 CNB-2 P2 Disk Array, Disk Expansion B2-3 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 TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 67: Host Fibre Channel Connections For Stand-Alone Vtl

    ProtecTIER Server A A1 A2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Figure 24. Host Fibre Channel connections for stand-alone VTL Table 17. Host Fibre Channel connections for stand-alone VTL configuration Label From Remarks DD4A S1 1 HOST 1 v Label port 1 = Fibre Channel port 2 DD4A S1 2 HOST 2 v Label port 2 = Fibre Channel port 3...
  • Page 68: Openstorage Fibre Channel Cabling: Two-Drawer Stand-Alone Appliance

    EXPB 1-1 EXPA1-1 1A 1B R232 2A 2B Controller B H2 H1 P2 P1 CNB-1 CNA-1 H1 H2 P1 P2 Controller A Figure 25. OpenStorage Fibre Channel cabling: two-drawer stand-alone appliance IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 69: Openstorage Fibre Channel Cabling: Four-Drawer Stand-Alone Appliance

    64 Spindle ProtecTIER Server A Customer Network DD4A A1 A2 Disk Expansion EXPA1-3 2B 2A R232 1B 1A EXPB1-3 1A 1B R232 2A 2B Disk Expansion 2B 2A R232 1B 1A EXPA1-2 EXPB1-2 1A 1B R232 2A 2B Disk Expansion 2B 2A R232 1B 1A...
  • Page 70: Openstorage Fibre Channel Cabling: Eight-Drawer Stand-Alone Appliance

    Figure 27. OpenStorage Fibre Channel cabling: eight-drawer stand-alone appliance Table 18. Fibre Channel connections for stand-alone OpenStorage configuration Label From Remarks DD4A S6 1 Disk Array, Disk Controller A-1 DD4A S7 1 Disk Array, Disk Controller B-1 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 71 Table 18. Fibre Channel connections for stand-alone OpenStorage configuration (continued) Label From Remarks 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 EXPA1-1 1A Disk Array, Disk Expansion A1-2 CNA-1 P1 Disk Array, Disk Expansion A1-3 CNB-1 P1...
  • Page 72: Cabling A Clustered Appliance

    Cabling a clustered appliance The topics in this section give a brief overview of cable connections to be made when installing a clustered TS7650 Appliance at the customer site. Most of the cable connections have been completed during the manufacturing process, and are shown in the figures.
  • Page 73: Power Connections

    Power connections This task describes cabling the power connections for a clustered TS7650 Appliance. Chapter 3. Installing the appliance...
  • Page 74 Note: In order to facilitate labeling, the location and orientation of the Network Power Switch in this diagram might not reflect the actual physical orientation of the switch in the frame. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 75: Clustered Power Connections

    Table 20. Clustered power connections Label From Remarks Bottom PDU J10 Lower Ethernet switch Top PDU J10 Upper Ethernet switch Bottom PDU J4 System console (TSSC) Ethernet switch Top PDU J4 TSSC KVM assembly Bottom PDU J5 System console, plug 1 Top PDU J5 System console, plug 2 Use dependent on...
  • Page 76: Ethernet Connections

    Important: a. All power connections from the TS7650 components to the PDUs and to the WTI network power switch were completed in manufacturing. b. In the following diagram, the letters TJ followed by a number (for example: TJ5) indicate which outlet the associated component plugs into on the Top PDU.
  • Page 77: Clustered 1-Gb Ethernet Switch Connections For Vtl Configuration

    cables according to the port number assignments specified in Table 21, regardless of the position of the ports on the TSSC or the switch. Ethernet switch 2 Ethernet switch 1 network power switch ProtecTIER Server B A1 A2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Customer Network Replication 1 Replication 2...
  • Page 78: Clustered 1-Gb Ethernet Switch Ethernet Connections For Vtl Configuration

    If so, label the cables according to the port number assignments specified in the accompanying tables, regardless of the position of the ports on the TSSC or the switch. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 79: Clustered 1-Gb Ethernet Switch Connections For Openstorage Configuration, Feature Code 3456

    Ethernet switch 2 Ethernet switch 1 network power switch ProtecTIER Server B A1 A2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Customer Network Replication 2 Replication 1 Customer Network ProtecTIER Server A A1 A2 4 5 6 Replication 2 Replication 1 Figure 31.
  • Page 80: Clustered 1-Gb Ethernet Switch Connections For Openstorage Configuration, Feature Code 3457

    Server A Customer replication Customer specified device network Port A2 Server A Customer replication Customer specified device network Slot 5, port 3 Server B Customer replication Customer specified device network IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 81: Kvm Switch, Tssc, And Customer Network

    (Feature Code 3456) The tasks in this section describe the TSSC, KVM, and customer network Ethernet connections for the TS7650 Appliance server in a clustered configuration. It also shows customer Ethernet connections for OpenStorage installations with Feature Code 3456 installed.
  • Page 82 1 2 3 switch SC SW Customer Network SC Server SC KVM ProtecTIER Server A Terminator 1 2 3 Figure 33. Clustered TSSC, KVM, and customer network Ethernet connections, TSSC variant IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 83: Clustered Tssc, Kvm, And Customer Network Ethernet Connections

    ProtecTIER Server B 1 2 3 switch SC SW Customer Network SC Server SC KVM ProtecTIER Server A Terminator 1 2 3 Figure 34. Clustered TSSC, KVM, and customer network Ethernet connections, TSSC variant Table 24. Clustered TSSC, KVM, and customer network Ethernet connections Callout From On Device...
  • Page 84 57. If so, ensure that the cable connections are according to the port number assignments specified in Table 24 on page 57, regardless of the position of the ports on the TSSC or the switch. Refer to IBM System Storage TS3000 System Console (TSSC) Maintenance Information for detailed port information.
  • Page 85: Clustered Customer Host Network Ethernet Connections For Openstorage Configuration, Feature Code 3456

    ProtecTIER Server B A1 A2 1 2 3 4 5 6 ProtecTIER Server A A1 A2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Figure 35. Clustered customer host network Ethernet connections for OpenStorage configuration, Feature Code 3456 Table 25. Clustered Ethernet host connections for OpenStorage configuration, Feature Code 3456 Callout From On Device...
  • Page 86: Fibre Channel Connections

    The following tasks describe the Fibre Channel connections for the TS7650 Appliance server in a clustered configuration. 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 87: Clustered Fibre Channel Connections For Vtl Configuration

    About this task 128 Spindle EXPB2-3 2B 2A 1B 1A R232 EXPA2-3 R232 2A 2B 1A 1B Disk Expansion 1B 1A 2B 2A R232 EXPA2-2 EXPB2-2 R232 1A 1B 2A 2B Disk Expansion 2B 2A EXPB2-1 1B 1A R232 EXPA2-1 1A 1B R232 2A 2B...
  • Page 88: Clustered Fibre Channel Connections For Vtl

    DD4B S7 2 CNB-1 H2 Used in clustered systems only CNB-2 P1 EXPB2-1 1B This cable is used only in a minimum storage configuration, when only one expansion unit is attached. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 89: Clustered Host Fibre Channel Labels

    ProtecTIER Server B A1 A2 1 2 3 4 5 6 ProtecTIER Server A A1 A2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Figure 37. Clustered Host Fibre Channel labels Table 27. Clustered Host Fibre Channel labels Label From Remarks DD4A S1 1 HOST 1 v Label port 1 = Fibre Channel port 2 DD4A S1 2...
  • Page 90 Fibre Channel connections in a clustered OpenStorage configuration This task describes the Fibre Channel connections for the TS7650 Appliance server in a clustered configuration with OpenStorage configuration. About this task Note: The following figure shows Fibre Channel connections in a VTL installation;...
  • Page 91 128 Spindle EXPB2-3 2B 2A R232 1B 1A EXPA2-3 R232 2A 2B 1A 1B Disk Expansion 1B 1A 2B 2A R232 EXPA2-2 EXPB2-2 R232 1A 1B 2A 2B Disk Expansion EXPB2-1 2B 2A 1B 1A R232 EXPA2-1 1A 1B R232 2A 2B Disk Expansion Controller B...
  • Page 92: Clustered Fibre Channel Connections For Openstorage Installations

    DD4B S7 2 CNB-1 H2 Used in clustered systems only CNB-2 P1 EXPB2-1 1B This cable is used only in a minimum storage configuration, when only one expansion unit is attached. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 93: Clustered Customer Host Network Ethernet Connections For Openstorage Configuration, Feature Code 3457

    19 20 ProtecTIER Server B A1 A2 1 2 3 4 5 6 15 16 ProtecTIER Server A A1 A2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Figure 39. Clustered customer host network Ethernet connections for OpenStorage configuration, Feature Code 3457 Table 29.
  • Page 94: Powering Up The Components

    About this task For power-on instructions for the Feature Code 3708: 4.8 TB Fibre Channel Disk Controller, refer to the IBM System Storage Problem Determination and Service Guide for the TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance and TS7650G ProtecTIER Deduplication Gateway, IBM form number GA32-0923...
  • Page 95: Servers

    Important: Precautions must be taken when turning on the disk controllers to prevent damage to the controllers enhanced disk drive module (E-DDM) hard disk drives. Carefully read all the related information provided in the disk controller documentation before you turn on the power. Servers This topic describes how to power on the servers.
  • Page 96: Tssc, Kvm, And Kvm Switch

    For more detailed information, refer to the IBM System x3850 M2 and System x3950 M2 Type 7141 and 7233 User's Guide that was provided with the server. TSSC, KVM, and KVM switch This topic describes how to power up the TSSC, KVM, and KVM switch.
  • Page 97: Chapter 4. Setting Up The Kvm Switch

    Perform the following steps to set up the KVM switch. 1. On the TSSC keyboard, press PrtSc to launch the KVM switch configuration interface. The Main screen displays: Figure 41. Main screen 2. At the Main screen click Setup. The Setup screen displays: © Copyright IBM Corp. 2011...
  • Page 98: Changing Device Names

    Perform the following steps to disable the flag display. 1. Use the Flag Selection screen to disable the flag display. a. On the Setup screen, click Flag. The Flag Selection screen displays: IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 99: Confirming Keyboard Settings

    Figure 43. Flag Selection screen b. If it is selected, clear the Displayed check box. c. Click OK. 2. Press Esc to return to the Setup screen. 3. Go to “Confirming keyboard settings.” Confirming keyboard settings This topic describes how to confirm keyboard settings during setup of the KVM switch.
  • Page 100: Viewing Kvm Switch Firmware Version Information

    3. Click Target to view version information for the cable hardware. 4. Click X to close the Target screen. 5. Press Esc to return to Commands screen, and then press Esc again to return to the Main screen. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 101: Chapter 5. Setting Up The Tssc

    Establishing a connection between the TSSC and the server This topic describes how to establish a direct connection between a TSSC residing outside the AP1 frame and the TS7650 Appliance server, when no KVM is available in the frame. If the customer purchased the TS7650 Appliance with a TSSC, skip this section and go to “Checking the TSSC microcode level”...
  • Page 102: Checking The Tssc Microcode Level

    1. Attach a USB-compatible keyboard to any open USB port on the back of the TS7650 Appliance server. 2. Attach a graphics-capable monitor to the video port on the back of the TS7650 Appliance server. 3. If the server is powered down and the front server indicator light is flashing, press the power button until the server indicator light remains on.
  • Page 103: Ibm Ts3000 System Console Login Window

    The IBM TS3000 System Console menu displays. The microcode level in use on the TSSC is shown in the menu title. Figure 44. 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 up-to-date, you must update the TSSC microcode level.
  • Page 104: Updating The Tssc Microcode

    Examples of applications that might need to be reloaded include Storage Manager, ProtecTIER Manager, and information centers. The actual applications 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 105: Configuring The Tssc

    Before you can configure the Call Home, firewall, and network communications settings for the TSSC, it must be connected to the TS7650 Appliance server and the TSSC microcode must be at version 5.11.5 or later. If the TSSC is not connected, go to “Establishing a connection between the TSSC and the server”...
  • Page 106 4. When Call Home setup is complete, return to this page and go to step 5. 5. Right-click the TSSC blue desktop. The IBM TS3000 System Console menu displays. See Figure 45 on page 81. 6. Click System Console Actions > Console Configuration Utility.
  • Page 107: Ibm Ts3000 System Console Menu

    Figure 45. IBM TS3000 System Console menu Table 31. TSSC Interface 1 Blue desktop 2 IBM TS3000 System Console menu The Username and password screen displays. 7. Enter service in both the Username and Password fields. 8. Click OK The Console Configuration application starts and the Console Configuration utility screen displays: Figure 46.
  • Page 108: Console Settings Screen

    14. Click the Close this window button in the upper-right corner of the screen. The Console Configuration Utility menu displays. 15. Click Console Time. The Console Time and Date screen displays: IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 109: Console Time And Date Screen: Ntp Server Off

    Figure 48. Console Time and Date screen: NTP server off 16. Set the TSSC to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). To do so: a. In the NTP Server Settings box, verify that the NTP Server is off. If necessary, click Stop NTP server. b.
  • Page 110: Console Time And Date Screen: Ntp Server

    Figure 49. Console Time and Date screen: NTP server running 18. Close the Console configuration utility screen. You are returned to the TSSCs blue desktop. 19. Go to Chapter 6, “Enabling ProtecTIER RAS functions,” on page 85. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 111: Chapter 6. Enabling Protectier Ras Functions

    TS7600 products depend on RAS to gather logs at the time of the failure and send a call home packet. When RAS is not installed, the customer must call 1(800) IBM SERV (in North America, only), or visit http://www.ibm.com/planetwide, to obtain hardware support.
  • Page 112: Enabling Ras

    3. Verify that the TSSC is installed, configured, cabled, and updated to microcode version 5.11.5 or later. To verify the TSSC microcode version: a. On the TSSC, right-click on the blue desktop. The IBM TS3000 System Console menu displays. b. Make note of the TSSC microcode version, displayed in the IBM TS3000 System Console title bar.
  • Page 113 Disk array serial number v Customer number v Country code Note: The country code is the two-digit, IBM-assigned country code used to order software or to acquire software support. Do not confuse this country code with the three-digit RETAIN country code.
  • Page 114 20 is already in use, try frame range 30. v For clustered configurations, use the same frame (location) number for both nodes when clustered together in the same frame. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 115 v You might be prompted during the installation with a question for setting the second node; proceed as follows: – If you are setting the only node in a stand-alone configuration, or if you are setting the primary node (Server A) in a clustered configuration, answer No –...
  • Page 116: Verifying The Complex Systems Attached To The Tssc

    From the icon menu list, select the Attached Systems icon. 3. The TSSC network IP address of the TS7650 Appliance server is listed in the Attached Systems window. See Figure 50 for an example of what this window might look like, depending upon the systems in use at the customer site.
  • Page 117: Ts3000 System Console, Attached Systems Window, Verifying Systems In The Frame

    4. ProtecTIER is designed to automatically add the server to the Attached Systems list. If it does not, you can attempt to add it manually using the IP address assigned via the frame location number. The frame location number, 10, 20, 30 ...
  • Page 118: Ts3000 System Console, Complex View Window

    Figure 52. TS3000 System Console, Complex View window c. The 3958 AP1 systems associated with the IP range are added as a complex. See Figure 53 on page 93. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 119: Ts3000 System Console, Complex View Window: Complex System Added

    Figure 53. TS3000 System Console, Complex View window: complex system added d. Click Close this window. Verify that the newly configured complex system appears in the far right column of the Attached Systems window. If so, the complex systems configuration was successful. See Figure 54 on page 94. If it does not, contact your next level of support.
  • Page 120: Calibrating The Server Battery

    Guide, IBM form number GA32-0920 installing a new stand-alone TS7650G (gateway) in Server A only accordance with the IBM System Storage TS7650G ProtecTIER Deduplication Gateway Installation Roadmap Guide, IBM form number GA32-0921 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 121 Configuration Upgrade Installation Instructions upgrading an existing stand-alone TS7650G (gateway) Server B only to a cluster in accordance with the IBM System Storage TS7600 with ProtecTIER Stand-alone TS7650G to Clustered TS7650G MES Installation Instructions for the Cluster Connection Kit, FC 3437 Note: It can take up to 24 hours for a learn cycle to complete.
  • Page 122 Adapter 0: BBU Learn Succeeded. Exit Code: 0x00 [root@LasVegas ~]# 4. If you did not receive the message in step 3 that calibration was successful, contact your next level of support. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 123: Testing Call Home

    About this task The TS7650 supports four types of Call Home activity: v Error Initiated Call Home – Triggered by failures on a TS7650 Appliance server v Heartbeat/MRPD Call Home – Regularly scheduled calls to report system status, aliveness, and configuration of the server v Test Call Home –...
  • Page 124 If the Call Home Queue is empty, the call might have already been sent to the IBM Customer Configuration Profile File (CCPF) system. Important: Each TS7650 Appliance (3958 AP1) server must be under valid warranty or Maintenance Agreement (MA) coverage, or it is rejected and no record or Problem Management Report (PMR) is generated for the Call Home event.
  • Page 125 3. Close any open browser windows. The portion of the TS7650 Appliance installation and configuration for which the SSR is responsible is now complete. 4. Turn the system over to the trained ProtecTIER specialist or LBS representative for installation and configuration of ProtecTIER and ProtecTIER Manager.
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  • Page 127: Chapter 7. Configuring Protectier

    Before you begin Before you begin ProtecTIER software configurations, confirm that the attached disk storage has been properly configured for use with the TS7650 by running a full system health check from the ProtecTIER Service menu. Failure to do so could result in the need to reinstall the Red Hat Linux operating system on one or more appliance servers.
  • Page 128: Prerequisites

    Ensure that the applicable information is available for the IP address worksheet. Refer to the Appendix B, “IP address worksheet,” on page 143 or the IP address worksheet in the IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance and TS7650G Deduplication Gateway Introduction and Planning Guide, IBM form number GA32-0918.
  • Page 129: Logging In To The Server

    4. Go to “Configuring the server.” Configuring the server The following tasks give instructions for configuring a TS7650 Appliance server for use with VTL or OpenStorage, when the server is a single server in a stand-alone configuration, or Server A in a clustered configuration.
  • Page 130 8) Update the System’s name 9) Validate configuration B) Back E) Exit ---------------------------------------------------------------------- >>> Your choice? c. Type the numeral corresponding to IP Network configuration and press Enter. The IP Network Configuration menu displays. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 131: Protectier Configuration

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ProtecTIER Service Menu running on rasap1 ProtecTIER Configuration (...) IP Network Configuration (...) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) Configure external (customer’s network) IP address 2) Configure ProtecTIER’s application IP interfaces 3) Configure Static Routes 4) Configure cluster Ethernet switches B) Back E) Exit ---------------------------------------------------------------------- >>>...
  • Page 132 3. Change the ProtecTIER system name from the one assigned during manufacturing to one specific to the environment at the customer site: a. At the command line, type menu and then press Enter. The ProtecTIER Service menu displays. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 133: Manage Protectier Services

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ProtecTIER Service Menu running on rasap1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) ProtecTIER Configuration (...) 2) Manage ProtecTIER services (...) 3) Health Monitoring (...) 4) Problem Alerting (...) 5) Version Information (...) 6) Generate a service report 7) Generate a system view 8) Update ProtecTIER code E) Exit ---------------------------------------------------------------------- >>>...
  • Page 134 Gathering System information [ Done ] The auto-detected system information displays if input has been entered; otherwise, no IP information displays. For example: Target Target Netmask Local Gateway Network Address Address IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 135 10.11.194.0 255.255.255.0 10.11.195.1 10.11.196.0 255.255.255.0 10.11.197.1 Followed by the Available Options prompt: Available Options: ================== (a)dd a new record (e)dit a record (d)elete a record (c)ommit changes (q)uit Please Choose (a,e,d,c,q): e. Type a And press Enter. You are prompted to enter information for the first destination server and the local network.
  • Page 136: Site 1 - Server A Vtl Worksheet

    Site 1 – Server A Target Target Netmask Local Gateway Network Address Address (Remote nodes (Remote nodes netmask) (The gateway address starting network for Server A at Site 1) address) 1 (eth2) 2 (eth5) IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 137: Site 1 - Server B Vtl Worksheet

    Table 35. Site 1 – Server B VTL worksheet Site 1 – Server B Target Target Netmask Local Gateway Network Address Address (Remote nodes (Remote nodes netmask) (The gateway address starting network for Server B at Site 1) address) 1 (eth2) 2 (eth5) Table 36.
  • Page 138: Site 1 - Server B Openstorage

    Site 1 – Server A Target Target Netmask Local Gateway Network Address Address (Remote nodes (Remote nodes netmask) (The gateway address starting network for Server A at Site 1) address) 1 (eth2) 2 (eth9) IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 139: Site 1 - Server B Openstorage

    Table 43. Site 1 – Server B OpenStorage (Feature Code 3457) worksheet Site 1 – Server B Target Target Netmask Local Gateway Network Address Address (Remote nodes (Remote nodes netmask) (The gateway address starting network for Server B at Site 1) address) 1 (eth2) 2 (eth9)
  • Page 140: Configuring The Openstorage Application Ip Interfaces

    About this task Use the ProtecTIER menu to update the application-related IP interfaces. Note: Refer to the Best Practices Guide for IBM System Storage TS7600 ProtecTIER Deduplication Solutions, IBM form number GA32-0924 for more detailed information about updating the application-related IP interfaces.
  • Page 141 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ProtecTIER Service Menu running on rasap1 ProtecTIER Configuration (...) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) Configure ProtecTIER node 2) Recover Configuration for a replaced server 3) Configure RAS 4) Update Time, Date, Timezone & Timeserver(s) 5) Configure replication (...) 6) IP Network configuration (...) 7) Update Firmware 8) Update the System’s name 9) Validate configuration...
  • Page 142 Example for OpenStorage with Feature Code 3457 installed: # Interface L/B Method IP Address Netmask Devices 1 virt1 10.10.1.1 255.255.255.192 eth4,eth5,eth6, eth7 2 virt2 192.168.151.2 255.255.255.0 3 virt3 192.168.152.2 255.255.255.0 4 virt4 10.10.1.98 255.255.255.192 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 143: Changing The System Date And Time

    Available Options: ================== (e)edit a virtual interface (r)re-assign a physical interface (c)commit changes (q)quit Please Choose (e,r,c,q): r Available Devices: eth5 eth7 eth6 eth4 Device to re-assign: (for example: eth5) Available Virtual Devices: virt3 virt6 virt5 virt4 virt1 virt2 Virtual to assign into: (for example: virt3) 5.
  • Page 144 4. Type the time in the specified format and press Enter. If you do not enter a time, the value defaults to the time that appears within the brackets. The Date, Time, Timezone & Timeserver(s) menu again displays. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 145 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ProtecTIER Service Menu running on rasap1 Date, Time, Timezone & Timeserver(s) configuration ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Set date & time 2. Set Timezone 3. Set Timeserver(s) c. Commit changes and exit q. Exit without committing changes ---------------------------------------------------------------------- >>> Please Choose: Note: If you have typed in new information, an asterisk (*) appears at the end of the c.
  • Page 146 Choose: field and pressing Enter. A list of the configuration changes is displayed for review. Reviewing the results Note: If only the date was modified, not the timezones or timeservers, only the date displays in the contents. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 147: Performing A System Health Check

    For example: if you modified the date, added a primary and secondary time server, and specified America/Chicago as the time zone, when you choose c to commit the changes and exit, the file contents appear as in the following example: Please review the following information: ======================================== Date: Mon Nov 9 14:51:34 2009...
  • Page 148 Server A and connect them to Server B. 8. Log in to Server B with the username root and password admin. 9. Repeat steps 1 on page 121 through 6 on Server B. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 149: Performing A Cluster Validation Test

    Performing a cluster validation test After successfully configuring both nodes in a clustered configuration, run the system verification tests. The test performs checks on the Red Hat cluster, including fencing the other node, and waits for the system to reboot. About this task Notes: 1.
  • Page 150: Alerts Log

    ProtecTIER Manager screen. The Alerts Log opens. See Figure 55. Figure 55. Alerts Log When you are finished reviewing alerts, click Clear Alerts in the lower-right corner of the Alerts Log screen. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 151 9. Choose one of the following options, as applicable: v If the test succeeds on both nodes, system validation is complete. Follow the standard IBM procedures for releasing the system to the customer, and refer the customer to the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER User's Guide for Enterprise Edition and Appliance Edition, IBM form number GA32-0922 for information about managing and operating the ProtecTIER system.
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  • Page 153: Chapter 8. Installing Protectier Manager On The Protectier Manager Workstation

    Manager on the 3958 AP1 servers. The ProtecTIER Manager software enables you to: v Configure the ProtecTIER Manager software for use with the TS7650 Appliance v Monitor the status of nodes and clusters v Manage file systems, repositories, and services...
  • Page 154 The IBM TS3000 System Console menu opens. 4. Select Browser Functions > ProtecTIER Manager Functions > Install GUI. The TSSC CD-ROM drive opens. 5. Insert the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER Manager V3.1.8 DVD. The following message displays: Installation may last a few moments. Please be patient.
  • Page 155: Installing On A Windows Workstation

    Perform the following steps to install ProtecTIER Manager on a Windows workstation. 1. Insert the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER Manager V3.1.8 DVD into the CD-ROM drive of the designated ProtecTIER Manager workstation. v If the ProtecTIER Manager installation wizard automatically starts, go to step 2.
  • Page 156: Choose Install Folder Screen

    4. Specify the destination folder for the ProtecTIER Manager program files and then click Next. The Choose Shortcut Folder screen opens: Figure 57. Choose Shortcut Folder screen 5. Select the destination location for the program icons: IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 157: Installing On A Linux Workstation

    Procedure Perform the following steps to install ProtecTIER Manager on a Linux workstation. 1. Insert the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER Manager V3.1.8 DVD into the CD-ROM drive of the designated ProtecTIER Manager workstation. Chapter 8. Installing ProtecTIER Manager and Storage Manager...
  • Page 158 Click Choose to browse for a location. Note: Click Restore Default Folder to revert to the default installation path. 6. Click Next. The Choose Link Folder screen displays. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 159 For example: /home/bill. v Other – This option creates the links in the default location (/opt/IBM/PTManager). To specify a different location, click Choose and select a directory on the workstation hard disk. v Dont create links – No links are created.
  • Page 160: Adding A Node

    Perform the following steps to add a node. 1. Run ProtecTIER Manager by using the applicable procedure: v Windows: Click Start > Programs > IBM > ProtecTIER Manager > IBM ProtecTIER Manager v Linux: Double-click the ProtecTIER Manager icon on the Linux desktop.
  • Page 161 6. The installation and configuration processes are now complete. Proceed to Chapter 9, “What to do next,” on page 137. Chapter 8. Installing ProtecTIER Manager and Storage Manager...
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  • Page 163: Chapter 9. What To Do Next

    The installation and configuration process for the TS7650 Appliance is complete. Procedure Follow the standard IBM procedures for releasing the system to the customer, and refer the customer to the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER User's Guide for Enterprise Edition and Appliance Edition, IBM form number GA32-0922 for information about managing and operating the ProtecTIER system, such as the procedure for enabling ProtecTIER Replication Manager in clustered installations.
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  • Page 165: 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 166 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 TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 167 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 168: Country Codes

    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 TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 169: Appendix B. Ip Address Worksheet

    Appendix B. IP address worksheet Use this worksheet to specify the IP addresses assigned to the TS7650G or TS7650 Appliance components. IBM service representatives use the information provided to define the IP addresses of components supported by the TSSC. When the TSSC...
  • Page 170: Factory-Default Server Ip Addresses For A Stand-Alone Vtl Protectier Server (3958 Dd4 Or 3958 Ap1)

    OpenStorage 192.168.153.1 Server A eth9 OpenStorage 192.168.154.1 Server A eth10 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 TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 171: Factory-Default Server Ip Addresses For A Clustered Vtl Protectier System (3958 Dd4 Or 3958 Ap1)

    192.168.10.161 the lower part of the rack) local LAN Note: By default, the TS7650 servers use the IP address range 10.0.0.50 through 10.0.0.59 for the power control network. The server IP addresses do not change from frame to frame. Server A...
  • Page 172: Factory-Default Server Ip Addresses For A Clustered Openstorage Protectier System (3958 Dd4 Or 3958 Ap1)

    Customer local LAN 192.168.10.161 the lower part of the rack) Note: By default, the TS7650 servers use the IP address range 10.0.0.50 through 10.0.0.59 for the power control network. The server IP addresses do not change from frame to frame.
  • Page 173: Customer Ip Addresses

    Customer IP addresses Table 52. 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 174: Host Names And Dns Settings For Setting Up

    1 that the TSSC will access (for example, 5.127.42.250). Name server Provide the domain name domain name 1 of the name server (for example, medina.xyz.it). IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 175: Tssc Ip Addresses

    Table 54. 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 176: 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 177: Appendix C. Making A Server Connection Through The Imm

    This section provides one procedure to change the IP address of the IMM. About this task This procedure describes making a direct connection to the IMM on the server by using a USB keyboard and graphics-capable monitor. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2011...
  • Page 178: Using The Tssc Or A Service Notebook

    2. Log in to the server with the ID: root and the password: admin. 3. On the command line, type reboot and press Enter. 4. When the IBM logo displays, press F1 to enter Setup mode. 5. Select System Settings > Integrated Management Module > Network Configuration.
  • Page 179: Service Notebook To Imm Connection

    ProtecTIER Server Figure 58. Service notebook to IMM connection 3. On the notebook, click Start > Control Panel. 4. Double-click Network Connections. 5. Right-click Local Area Connection > Properties. See Figure 59. Figure 59. Local Area Connection Properties 6. From the list, select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), then click Properties. 7.
  • Page 180: Integrated Management Welcome Window

    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. 20. Close the ASM window. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 181: Enabling Remote Control

    Procedure Perform the following steps to enable remote control. 1. In the Integrated Management Module window, click Remote Control in the left menu under the IBM logo. See Figure 61 on page 156. Appendix C. Making an IMM server connection...
  • Page 182: Integrated Management Module Window: Remote Control Link

    Accept any Java versions that are displayed, as well as any Windows security prompts displayed as a result of trying to open this window. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 183: Appendix D. 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. 2011...
  • Page 184 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 TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 185 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 186 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 TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 187 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 188 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 TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 189 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 190 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 TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 191 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 192 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 TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 193 Code Time zone Comments Asia/Saigon Pacific/Efate Pacific/Wallis Pacific/Apia Asia/Aden Indian/Mayotte Africa/Johannesburg Africa/Lusaka Africa/Harare Appendix D. Worldwide time zone codes...
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  • Page 195: Accessibility For Publications And Protectier Manager

    In the request, be sure to include the publication number and title. When you send information to IBM, you grant IBM a nonexclusive right to use or distribute the information in any way it believes appropriate without incurring any obligation to you.
  • Page 196: About The Java-Based Tools

    5. After the download is complete, find the installer file on the hard disk drive and write down the full path to the location of the file. For example: C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\java.exe. This path is needed during ProtecTIER Manager installation. 6. Proceed as appropriate: IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 197: Installing The Java Access Bridge

    v If you downloaded the installer on the ProtecTIER Manager workstation on which you are installing the JRE, go on to step 7. v If you downloaded the installer on a PC other than the applicable ProtecTIER Manager workstation, do the following: a.
  • Page 198: Using A Screen Reader To Install Protectier Manager

    Windows Help or other Windows documentation for instructions, and then go on to step 2. 2. Insert the IBM System Storage ProtecTIER Manager V3.1.8 DVD into the CD/DVD drive of the ProtecTIER Manager workstation. 3. Access the command prompt on the ProtecTIER Manager workstation: a.
  • Page 199: Enabling The Windows High Contrast Option

    f. At the command prompt, type: Install.exe LAX_VM "C:\Program Files\ Java60\jre\bin\java.exe" and press <enter>, where the path contained within the quotation marks is the same as the path that you noted in step 5 on page 170. The screen-reader-enabled ProtecTIER Manager installation wizard starts. g.
  • Page 200: Display Tab

    Figure 62. Display tab 4. Click Settings. The Settings for High Contrast dialog box displays, as shown in Figure 63 on page 175: IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 201: Using The Windows High Contrast Scheme With Protectier Manager

    Figure 63. Settings for High Contrast By default, the High Contrast Black (large) scheme is selected. 5. Do one of the following: v To use the default, High Contrast Black (large), scheme: a. Click Ok to close the Settings for High Contrast dialog box. b.
  • Page 202: Protectier Manager Window

    Click: Start > All Programs > IBM > ProtecTIER Manager > IBM ProtecTIER Manager. The ProtecTIER Manager window opens, as shown in: Figure 64. Figure 64. ProtecTIER Manager window 2. On the toolbar, click: Tools > Preferences. The Preferences dialog box opens with the Appearance tab selected, as shown...
  • Page 203: Preferences Dialog Box

    On the ProtecTIER Manager toolbar, click: File > Exit. The ProtecTIER Manager window closes. b. Click: Start > All Programs > IBM > ProtecTIER Manager > IBM ProtecTIER Manager. When the ProtecTIER Manager window opens, the display reflects the contrast change, as shown in: Figure 66.
  • Page 204: Customizing The Color Palette

    5. When you have finished selecting or specifying the new color, click Ok. You are returned to the Appearance tab. 6. To change another color, repeat steps 3 through 5. IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 205 7. When you are finished making changes in the Appearance tab, click Ok. You are returned to the ProtecTIER Manager window. 8. Exit and restart ProtecTIER Manager (as described in step 4 on page 177) so the color palette changes take effect. After you log in to ProtecTIER Manager and add a node, the display reflects your custom color selections.
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  • Page 207: Notices

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  • Page 210: Industry Canada Compliance Statement

    Klasse A ein. Um dieses sicherzustellen, sind die Geräte wie in den Handbüchern beschrieben zu installieren und zu betreiben. Des Weiteren dürfen auch nur von der IBM empfohlene Kabel angeschlossen werden. IBM übernimmt keine Verantwortung für die Einhaltung der Schutzanforderungen, wenn das Produkt ohne Zustimmung der...
  • Page 211: People's Republic Of China Class A Electronic Emission Statement

    IBM verändert bzw. wenn Erweiterungskomponenten von Fremdherstellern ohne Empfehlung der IBM gesteckt/eingebaut werden. EN 55022 Klasse A Geräte müssen mit folgendem Warnhinweis versehen werden: "Warnung: Dieses ist eine Einrichtung der Klasse A. Diese Einrichtung kann im Wohnbereich Funk-Störungen verursachen; in diesem Fall kann vom Betreiber verlangt werden, angemessene Mabnahmen zu ergreifen und dafür...
  • Page 212: Taiwan Class A Compliance Statement

    Tel: 0800-016-888 Japan Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) Class A Statement Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) Statement (less than or equal to 20 A per phase) IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 213: Korean Communications Commission (Kcc) Class A Statement

    Korean Communications Commission (KCC) Class A Statement Russia Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Class A Statement Notices...
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  • Page 215: Index

    User Initiated 97 IP interfaces ProtecTIER RAS 85 testing 97 configuring 114 RAS 85 CD-ROMs Error Initiated Call Home 97 contents of 2 Ethernet connections changes xix replication connections checklist stand-alone 33, 34 installation 21 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2011...
  • Page 216 6 System Storage TS7600 xxiii disk controller 6 System x3850 xxiii disk module 6 System x3950 xxiii system console 6 Test Call Home 97 testing the Red Hat cluster 123 IBM System Storage TS7650 ProtecTIER Deduplication Appliance: Installation Roadmap Guide...
  • Page 218 Part Number: 95P8310 Printed in USA or Mexico GA32-0920-02...

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