HP 316095-B21 - StorageWorks Edge Switch 2/24 User Manual

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Product Version: FW V05.01.00-24/HAFM SW V07.01.00-09
HAFM 1U Server SW V07.02.00-09
Fourth Edition (September 2003)
Part Number: AA-RS2CD-TE
This guide describes the HP StorageWorks High Availability Fabric Manager (HAFM) and its
features. It tells you how to use the HAFM to monitor, configure, and manage the Fibre Channel
in which managed products operate. This guide also covers Fabric zoning, HAFM server
administration, and HAFM logs.

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    user guide hp StorageWorks ha-fabric manager Product Version: FW V05.01.00-24/HAFM SW V07.01.00-09 HAFM 1U Server SW V07.02.00-09 Fourth Edition (September 2003) Part Number: AA-RS2CD-TE This guide describes the HP StorageWorks High Availability Fabric Manager (HAFM) and its features. It tells you how to use the HAFM to monitor, configure, and manage the Fibre Channel in which managed products operate.

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    © Copyright 2001-2003 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Hewlett-Packard Company makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    contents Contents About this Guide...........17 Overview.

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    Contents Starting and Stopping HAFM Services ........38 HAFM Menu Options .

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    Contents Zoom In Icon ............52 Zoom Out Icon .

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    Contents Clear ISL Alert............66 Clear All ISL Alerts .

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    Contents View Context Menus ............90 View Pop-Up Menu .

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    Contents Show Zone Members ..........109 Topology View Area .

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    Contents Enable Fly Over Display......... . 125 Configure .

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    Contents Active Zone Set ........... . 142 Zoning Library.

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    Contents HAFM Logs ............167 Using Logs .

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    Contents Threshold % ........... 195 Open Trunking Log .

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    Contents 17 Export Fabric Topology icon ..........50 18 Show Zoning Library icon .

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    Contents 55 Icon display when switch or director added to fabric ......115 56 Show Route dialog box ..........121 57 Route displayed in Topology tab .

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    Contents 93 Installing HP HAFM ........... 222 94 HAFM Installer —...

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    Contents High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

  • Page 17: About This Guide

    about this guide About this Guide This user guide provides information to help you: Use the High Availability Fabric Manager (HAFM) to monitor, configure, and About this Guide manage the Fibre Channel in which managed products operate. Manage Fabric zoning and HAFM logs. About this Guide topics include: Overview, page 18 Conventions, page 19...

  • Page 18: Overview, Intended Audience, Related Documentation

    About this Guide Overview This section covers the following topics: Intended Audience Related Documentation Related Documentation Intended Audience This book is intended for use by data center administrators, LAN administrators, operations personnel, and customer support personnel who: Administer user access to the HAFM application. Monitor and manage product operation.

  • Page 19: Document Conventions, Text Symbols

    About this Guide Conventions Conventions consist of the following: Document Conventions Text Symbols Equipment Symbols Document Conventions The document conventions included in Table 1 apply in most cases. Table 1: Document Conventions Element Convention Cross-reference links Blue text: Figure 1 Key and field names, menu items, Bold buttons, and dialog box titles...

  • Page 20: Equipment Symbols

    About this Guide Caution: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or data. Note: Text set off in this manner presents commentary, sidelights, or interesting points of information. Equipment Symbols The following equipment symbols may be found on hardware for which this guide pertains.

  • Page 21: Rack Stability

    About this Guide Power supplies or systems marked with these symbols indicate the presence of multiple sources of power. WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from electrical shock, remove all power cords to completely disconnect power from the power supplies and systems. Any product or assembly marked with these symbols indicates that the component exceeds the recommended weight for one individual to handle safely.

  • Page 22: Getting Help, Hp Technical Support, Hp Storage Website

    About this Guide Getting Help If you still have a question after reading this guide, contact an HP authorized service provider or access our website: http://www.hp.com. HP Technical Support In North America, call technical support at 1-800-652-6672, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  • Page 23: Hp Authorized Reseller

    About this Guide HP Authorized Reseller For the name of your nearest HP authorized reseller: In the United States, call 1-800-345-1518 In Canada, call 1-800-263-5868 Elsewhere, see the HP website for locations and telephone numbers: http://www.hp.com. High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

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    About this Guide High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

  • Page 25: Introduction And General Information, Introduction To High Availability Fabric Management

    Introduction and General Information This chapter presents an overview of the High Availability Fabric Manager (HAFM). It includes: An introduction to using HAFM. Information on how to access HAFM. Introduction to High Availability Fabric Management The High Availability Fabric Manager (HAFM) is a Java-based graphical user interface (GUI) that enables the user to manage users and products, monitor products, and open Product Managers.

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    Introduction and General Information Remote Director 2/64 Workstation HAFM Server Customer Intranet Customer Intranet (10/100 Mbps) (10/100 Mbps) MDIX Port Status Baseline 10/100 9 10 Collision Green - 100M, Yellow 11 12 100M - 10M, 22 23 23 Flash - Activity ENTER Power...

  • Page 27: Hafm Server Information, High Availability Fabric Manager Overview, Accessing Hafm On The 1u Rack-mount Server

    Introduction and General Information Management through a PC-based Telnet session using the command line interface (CLI). Any platform that supports Telnet client software can be used. HAFM Server Information The HAFM server provides a central point of control for managed Fibre Channel products.

  • Page 28: Vnc Authentication Screen, Welcome To Windows Dialog Box

    Introduction and General Information Figure 2: VNC Authentication Screen 3. Type the password and click OK. The Welcome to Windows dialog box displays (Figure Note: The default TightVNC viewer password is password. Figure 3: Welcome to Windows dialog box 4. Click the Send Ctrl-Alt-Del button at the top of the window to log on to the HAFM Server desktop.

  • Page 29: Log On To Windows Dialog Box

    Introduction and General Information Figure 4: Log On to Windows dialog box 5. Type the Windows 2000 user name and password and click OK. The HAFM Server’s Windows 2000 desktop opens and the HAFM Manager Login dialog box displays (Figure Note: The default Windows 2000 user name is Administrator and the default password is password.

  • Page 30: High Availability Fabric Manager Login Dialog Box

    Introduction and General Information Figure 5: High Availability Fabric Manager Login dialog box 7. In the HAFM Server field, type or choose the HAFM server to which you want to connect. If you are logging in to the local HAFM server, the HAFM server name is localhost.

  • Page 31: Accessing Hafm On The Notebook Server, High Availability Fabric Manager Main Window

    Introduction and General Information Figure 6: High Availability Fabric Manager main window Menu Bar. For details, refer to Chapter 3 on page 59. Tool Bar. For details, refer to Tool Bar on page 47. View Tabs. For details, refer to Main Panel on page 53.

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    Introduction and General Information Note: If user names have not been established, you can use the default user name (Administrator) and password (password). The user name and password are case-sensitive. HP recommends that you change the default password as soon as possible.

  • Page 33: High Availability Fabric Manager Main Window

    Introduction and General Information 4. Click Login. The main HAFM window displays the Product View (Figure Figure 8: High Availability Fabric Manager main window Menu Bar. For details, refer to Chapter 3 on page 57. Tool Bar. For details, refer to Tool Bar on page 45.

  • Page 34: Accessing Remote Hafm Servers, High Availability Fabric Manager Login Dialog Box

    Introduction and General Information Accessing Remote HAFM Servers To access remote HAFM servers, enter the server’s network address or DNS host name in the HAFM Login dialog box. If you are already logged in to the HAFM and want to access this dialog box, choose Logout from the Product menu. Figure 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Login dialog box 1.

  • Page 35: Starting Hafm On Remote Workstations, Starting Hafm On A Windows System

    Introduction and General Information Starting HAFM on Remote Workstations If the HAFM application is not running or the HAFM Login dialog box is not displayed on your remote workstation, you can start the application following appropriate steps for your workstation’s operating system. Starting HAFM on a Windows System To start the HAFM application on a Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, or Windows NT system:...

  • Page 36: Starting Hafm On An Hp-ux Or Aix System, Managing Remote Access To The Hafm Server

    Introduction and General Information Starting HAFM on an HP-UX or AIX System To start the HAFM application on an HP-UX or AIX system from the home directory: HAFM Note: If you have saved the application in a different location, type in the appropriate directory names.

  • Page 37: Requirements For Remote Workstations, Installing Software On Remote Workstations, Displaying Remote Sessions

    Introduction and General Information Requirements for Remote Workstations The HAFM is downloaded and installed on user workstations from the HAFM server. The remote workstations can be Windows® 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, HP-UX, AIX, Linux, or Solaris systems. For the minimum system requirements for remote workstations, refer to the appendix in this guide for the appropriate operating system: Appendix B...

  • Page 38: Backing Up And Restoring Data, Starting And Stopping Hafm Services, Hafm Menu Options

    Introduction and General Information The User Sessions dialog box displays active session information in this format: User — The name of the current user (in Figure 10, Administrator). Network Address — The network address of the current user. Connection Established — The date and time that the session was established.

  • Page 39: High Availability Fabric Manager, View Tabs, Product Menu, Fabrics Menu

    Introduction and General Information High Availability Fabric Manager The following options are available through the HAFM. For more information about these options, refer to Chapter View Tabs Products Fabrics Product Menu Open Delete Modify Properties Logout Exit Fabrics Menu Rename Persist Fabric Topology Unpersist Fabric Topology Export Fabric Topology...

  • Page 40: View Menu, Configure Menu

    Introduction and General Information View Menu User Sessions Zoom — In — Out — Default — Fit in View Arrange Icons — By Name — By Severity Layout Icons — Circular — Spring Center in Topology Refresh Topology Clear ISL Alert Clear All ISL Alerts Enable Fly Over Display Configure Menu...

  • Page 41: Logs Menu, Maintenance Menu, Help Menu, Product Manager, View Tabs, Product Menu

    Introduction and General Information Logs Menu Audit Log Event Log Session Log Product Status Log Fabric Log Maintenance Menu Configure E-Mail Test Remote Notification Configure Ethernet Events Configure Call Home Event Notification Help Menu Contents About Product Manager The following options are available through the Product Manager application for your switch or director.

  • Page 42: Configure Menu

    Introduction and General Information Port (options available when port is selected) — Port Properties — Node Properties — Port Technology — Block Port — Enable Beaconing — Port(s) Diagnostics — Channel Wrap (FICON management style only) — Swap Ports (FICON management style only) —...

  • Page 43: Maintenance Menu, Logs Menu

    Introduction and General Information — Switch Parameters — Fabric Parameters Switch Binding — Change State (only active if SANtegrity Binding is installed) — Edit Membership List (only active if SANtegrity Binding is installed) Ports Addresses (FICON management style only) — Active —...

  • Page 44: Help Menu

    Introduction and General Information Set Online State Firmware Library Enable E-Mail Notification Enable Call Home Notification Backup & Restore Configuration Reset Configuration Help Menu Contents About High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

  • Page 45: Using The Hafm Window, Window Overview, Illustrations Used In This Manual, Layout Of Elements

    Using the HAFM Window This chapter provides a description of the High Availability Fabric Manager main window, except for the menu bar, which is covered in Chapter Window Overview This section provides an overview of the HAFM main window. Illustrations Used in this Manual Figures containing HAFM and Product Manager screens are included for illustration purposes only.

  • Page 46: Window Elements, Title Bar, Menu Bar, Tool Bar, High Availability Fabric Manager Main Window

    Using the HAFM Window Figure 11: High Availability Fabric Manager main window Window Elements The HAFM main window elements are shown in Figure Title Bar The title bar identifies the product. Menu Bar The menu bar provides actions for working with products, fabrics, views, configurations, logs, maintenance.

  • Page 47: Main Panel, Status Bar, Tool Bar, New Product Icon, New Product Icon

    Using the HAFM Window Main Panel The main panel has two tabs available at the top left for choosing a view: Products or Fabrics. In the Fabrics View, the main panel is divided into two panels (left and right). The left panel shows the Fabric Tree.

  • Page 48: Open Product Icon, Properties Icon, Open Product Icon, Properties Icon

    Using the HAFM Window Open Product Icon The Open Product icon (Figure 13) is available in both the Products View and the Fabrics View: In the Products View, the Open Product icon is available when a product icon is selected. In the Fabrics View, the Open Product icon is available when the Topology tab is selected and a product icon is selected.

  • Page 49: Display Drop-down List, Display Drop-down List

    Using the HAFM Window Display Drop-Down List The Display drop-down list (Figure 15) provides options to change the label that displays for the product icons in the Products and Fabrics views. This section describes these options. Figure 15: Display drop-down list Product Name —...

  • Page 50: Persist Fabric Topology Icon, Export Fabric Topology Icon, Show Zoning Library Icon

    Using the HAFM Window Persist Fabric Topology Icon In the Fabrics View, the Persist Fabric Topology icon (Figure 16) is available when the Topology tab is selected. Choose the Persist Fabric Topology icon to display the Persist Fabric dialog box for the selected fabric. Enter a name for the fabric and click OK.

  • Page 51: Layout Icons, Layout Icons Icon

    Using the HAFM Window Use this dialog box to perform the major tasks for configuring zoning on the fabric: Configure zone sets by combining zone members (attached nodes) Configure zone sets by combining zones Clear zones Delete zones and zone sets Import and export zone sets Display zone properties Copy zones and zone sets...

  • Page 52: Show View Port Icon, Zoom In Icon, Zoom Out Icon, Show View Port Icon

    Using the HAFM Window Show View Port Icon In the Fabrics View, the Show View Port icon (Figure 20) is available when the Topology tab is selected. Click the Show View Port icon to see a magnified view of the entire fabric that is in the Topology tab view area. Click inside the view port, and move the mouse in any direction to adjust what you see in the Topology tab view area.

  • Page 53: Fit Topology In View Icon, Main Panel, Products View, Fit Topology In View Icon

    Using the HAFM Window Fit Topology in View Icon In the Fabrics View, the Fit Topology in View icon (Figure 23) is available when the Topology tab is selected. Choose the Fit Topology in View icon to display the entire fabric in the Topology tab view area. Note that for larger fabrics, text and icons may be difficult to see.

  • Page 54: Products View

    Using the HAFM Window Figure 24: Products View The Products View provides a graphical overview of all the products that you can manage and monitor through the HAFM. In a full-screen environment on an 800 x 600 resolution monitor, this panel displays up to 48 product icons. Right-click a product icon or a blank part of the view to display a pop-up menu.

  • Page 55: Fabrics View

    Using the HAFM Window Fabrics View To access the Fabrics View, click the Fabrics tab. The Fabrics View displays, as shown in Figure Figure 25: Fabrics View The Fabrics View is divided into two panels. The left panel, the Fabric Tree, contains an expandable list of fabrics, products in fabrics, and nodes connected to products.

  • Page 56: Status Bar, Products Status, Operational States And Symbols

    Using the HAFM Window Status Bar The products, fabrics, and HAFM status elements use the symbols in table Table 2 to indicate their operational state: Table 2: Operational States and Symbols Operational State Symbol Operational Network communication is established. All products, fabrics, and the server are operational and no failures are indicated.

  • Page 57: Fabrics Status

    Using the HAFM Window A green circle means that the product is fully operational. A gray square means that the HAFM cannot determine product status. Double-click the icon to display the product status. This log records information when managed products change status. Each entry displays the date and time that the change occurred, the product network address, and the new status, such as Unknown, Operational, Degraded, or Failed.

  • Page 58: Hafm Status, Text Panel

    Using the HAFM Window HAFM Status The HAFM status box indicates the operational state of the HAFM server into which the HAFM is logged. Position the mouse cursor over the status box to display one of the following messages in the text panel: Server status is Operational.

  • Page 59: Using The Menu Bar, Product

    Using the Menu Bar This chapter provides a description of the following High Availability Fabric Manager menus on the menu bar: Product Fabrics View Configure Logs Maintenance Help Product The Product menu displays options that are relevant to products. When the Products tab in the main panel is selected, the New option is available to display the New Product dialog box.

  • Page 60: Open, Delete

    Using the Menu Bar Open The Open option is only available when a product icon is highlighted in either the Products View or the Fabrics View. To open the Product Manager for a product: 1. Click the product icon in either the Products View or Fabrics View to highlight the icon.

  • Page 61: Modify, Properties, Logout, Exit

    Using the Menu Bar Modify The Modify option is only available when the Products tab is selected. To open the Modify Network Address dialog box for a product: 1. Click a product icon in the Products View to highlight the icon. 2.

  • Page 62: Fabrics, Rename, Persist Fabric Topology, Unpersist Fabric Topology, Export Fabric Topology

    Using the Menu Bar Fabrics When the Fabrics tab is selected, the Fabrics menu is available; the Fabrics menu is not available when the Products tab is selected. The Fabrics menu displays options that are relevant to fabrics. Rename Choose this option to rename a Persistent Fabric. Until the fabric has been persisted, this option is not available.

  • Page 63: Show Route, Hide Route, Show Zone Members, Show View Port, Show Fabric Tree

    Using the Menu Bar Show Route Choose this option to display the Show Route dialog box. Use this dialog box to view the path that Fibre Channel frames must take between two end devices in a multiswitch fabric. Refer to “Show Route”...

  • Page 64: Enterprise Fabric Mode, Fabric Binding

    Using the Menu Bar Enterprise Fabric Mode This option is active only if the SANtegrity feature key is installed on each switch in the fabric. For general instructions on enabling feature keys, refer to Chapter 3 in the appropriate Product Manager user manual for your switch or director product.

  • Page 65: View, User Sessions, Zoom, User Sessions Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar View The View menu displays options that alter the view of application components. User Sessions Choose the User Sessions option to display the User Sessions dialog box (Figure 26). This dialog box lists all the current management sessions, including the name of each user connection, the network address of the user, and the time when the connection was established.

  • Page 66: Arrange Icons, Layout Icons, Center In Topology, Clear Isl Alert, Clear All Isl Alerts

    Using the Menu Bar Arrange Icons The Arrange Icons option is available only when the Products tab is selected. Choose the by Name option from the Arrange Icons option to sort the product icons alphabetically by product name in the Products tab view area. Choose the by Severity option from the Arrange Icons option to sort the product icons by status in the Products tab view area.

  • Page 67: Enable Fly-over Display, Configure, Users, User Rights

    Using the Menu Bar Enable Fly-Over Display When the Enable Fly-Over Display option is enabled, move the cursor over fabric products in the tab’s view area to display the product identification under the product icon. Moving the cursor over the ISL lines between products displays the actual number of ISLs between the products.

  • Page 68: User Rights For Specific Functions

    Using the Menu Bar By default, all users have View rights, which allow the viewing of configurations, but not the changing of configurations. View rights cannot be removed. The users with System Administrator rights can make all control and configuration changes implemented through the HAFM application. User Rights for Specific Functions Table 3 lists the specific functions available to HAFM users who have been...

  • Page 69: Open The Configure User Dialog Box, Configure Users Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar Table 3: User Rights for HAFM Functions (Continued) System Product Rights Administrator Administrator Maintenance Operator Display Options Enterprise Fabric Mode Export Fabric Topology Export Logs Fabric Zoom Persist Fabric Remote Notification Show Route Show Zone View Logs Open the Configure User Dialog Box 1.

  • Page 70: Add New User, New User Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar Add New User Use the New User dialog box (Figure 28) to create new users for the HAFM. Assign a user name, a password, and certain permissions to each user configured. 1. Choose Configure > Users. The Configure Users dialog box displays (Figure 27 on page 69).

  • Page 71: Open The Modify User Dialog Box, Modify User Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar 6. (Optional) In the Description field, provide a description of the user (such as employee number, department, and function). Assign rights to the new user using the Add and Remove buttons. Select a right in the Rights Available list, and click Add to display the right in the Rights Granted list.

  • Page 72: Modify User Parameters, Delete User, Delete User Warning

    Using the Menu Bar Modify User Parameters The Modify User dialog box (Figure 29) is used to change the password, description, and rights for those users already configured in the HAFM. 1. In the Password field, delete the current password and enter another password of 16 characters or less.

  • Page 73: Nicknames, Adding Nicknames, Configure Nicknames Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar Nicknames Nicknames replace the standard 8-byte World Wide Names of switches, directors, and attached nodes. By setting a nickname, you can assign a more meaningful name than a WWN. When you assign a nickname, the nickname replaces the World Wide Name in the HAFM views.

  • Page 74: Add Nickname Dialog Box (detached Node)

    Using the Menu Bar 2. Click New to add a new nickname. The Add Nickname dialog box displays (Figure 32). Figure 32: Add Nickname dialog box (Detached Node) 3. To add a node or switch that is currently managed by HAFM: a.

  • Page 75: Deleting Nicknames, Exporting Nicknames, Export Nicknames Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar Deleting Nicknames To delete a nickname: 1. In the Configure Nicknames dialog box, select the nickname that you want to delete (Figure 31 on page 73). 2. Click Delete. 3. Click Yes to confirm that you want to delete the nickname. 4.

  • Page 76: Importing Nicknames, Import Nicknames Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar Importing Nicknames Import a list of WWNs and their nicknames from a file with the following extensions into the HAFM by clicking the Import button at the bottom of the Configure Nicknames dialog box: *.properties file — This file is exported from the HAFM using the Export button at the bottom of the Configure Nicknames dialog box.

  • Page 77: Sessions, Configure Sessions Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar 3. Click the file or enter the file name in the File Name field. 4. Click Import. The WWNs and nicknames in the file should display in the Configure Nicknames dialog box. Sessions Sessions allow access to the HAFM server from all workstations or only from specific remote workstations through the Configure Sessions dialog box.

  • Page 78: Snmp Agent

    Using the Menu Bar 3. Select the number of remote management sessions to be allowed from the Maximum number of remote management sessions list. 4. If you do not want to restrict access to the HAFM, click Allow any network address to connect and click OK.

  • Page 79: Configure Snmp Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar You can configure network addresses and community names for up to 12 SNMP trap recipients, which receive messages through SNMP for specific events that occur on the HAFM server. When configuring SNMP, you can configure just the community names of valid SNMP management stations.

  • Page 80: Activate Zone Set, Zoning Library

    Using the Menu Bar 5. If you want the trap recipient to be an active recipient, click the check box in the Active column to add a check mark. If you want to configure the recipient and then activate the recipient at a later time, leave the check box empty. 6.

  • Page 81: Advanced Zoning, Logs, Audit Log

    Using the Menu Bar Find zones in zone sets Display zone sets, zones, and zone members in library Refer to “Using the Zoning Library” on page 145 for details on zoning and use of this dialog box. Advanced Zoning Choose this option to open a secondary menu with the following options: Deactivate Zone Set —...

  • Page 82: Event Log, Session Log, Product Status Log, Fabric Log, Maintenance, Configure E-mail

    Using the Menu Bar Event Log Choose this option to display the Event Log, which lists errors related to HAFM operation. Refer to “High Availability Fabric Manager Event Log” on page 170 for a detailed description of the Event Log. Session Log Choose this option to display the Session Log, which lists the users who have logged in and logged out of the HAFM server.

  • Page 83: Configure E-mail Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar Problem correction. State change that requires user attention or a report to product administrator or service representative. To display and modify e-mail notification: 1. Choose Maintenance > Configure E-Mail. The Configure E-Mail dialog box displays (Figure 37).

  • Page 84: Test Remote Notification, Test Remote Notification Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar Test Remote Notification Use the test remote notification feature to test the call-home feature and the current configuration parameters for the e-mail notification feature. To use this feature you must first configure telephone numbers and other information for the Call-Home feature.

  • Page 85: Configure Ethernet Events, Results Of Remote Notification Test, Configure Ethernet Events Dialog Box

    Using the Menu Bar 4. Click Send Test. A message box displays indicating that the test was initiated (Figure 39). Figure 39: Results of Remote Notification Test 5. Click OK to close the message box. Configure Ethernet Events An Ethernet event occurs when the Ethernet link between the HAFM server and the managed product is dropped.

  • Page 86: Configure Call-home Event Notification, Help

    Using the Menu Bar Configure Call-Home Event Notification Call-home notification, which you configure for each product through the Product Manager, enables the HAFM server to automatically contact a support center to report system problems. The support center server accepts calls from the HAFM server, logs reported events, and notifies support center representatives.

  • Page 87: Using The Products View, Overview, Products View

    Using the Products View This chapter provides information to help you use features in the Products tab. Overview Display the Products View by clicking the Products tab on the High Availability Fabric Manager window. This is the default tab for the HAFM. It displays icons of all products, such as switches and directors, that you can manage through the HAFM and Product Manager applications.

  • Page 88: Product Icon Display, Icon Description, Director 2/64 Product Icon

    Using the Products View Product Icon Display The Products View can display up to 48 product icons. Use the scroll bar to display any icons that are out of view. The view in Figure 41 on page 87 displays director and edge switch product icons. You can also determine the product represented by the icon by right-clicking the icon and choosing Properties or double clicking the icon to display the product’s HAFM Properties dialog box.

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    Using the Products View Status indicator. This is the colored symbol behind the product’s illustration in the icon. — A blinking red and yellow diamond means that the product has failed and requires immediate service. — A yellow triangle means that the product is degraded, but is still performing as designed.

  • Page 90: View Context Menus, View Pop-up Menu, New Product, New Product Dialog Box

    Using the Products View View Context Menus Two pop-up menus are available by right-clicking in the view. One is available when you right-click the view, away from a product icon, and the other when you right-click a product icon. Refer to “Product Icon Pop-Up Menu”...

  • Page 91: Display Options, Sort Options

    Using the Products View Display Options This option displays additional options for displaying the label beneath the icon. Product Name — Choose this option to display the product’s name in the icon label. Change a product’s name through the Product Manager application.

  • Page 92: Product Icon Pop-up Menu, Open, Modify, Delete, Modify Network Address Dialog Box

    Using the Products View Product Icon Pop-Up Menu Access a menu for the product icon by right-clicking the icon. Open Choose this option to open the Product Manager for the selected product. Refer to “Accessing a Product Manager” on page 94 for more information. Modify Choose this option to display the Modify Network Address dialog box.

  • Page 93: Properties, Product Properties Dialog Box

    Using the Products View Properties Click this option to display the product’s Properties dialog box, which lists the product name, location, contact person, description, product type, network address, and operational status for the product. The product name, location, contact person, and description are configured through the Product Manager. Refer to the Product Manager user guide for your switch or director for instructions.

  • Page 94: Accessing A Product Manager

    Using the Products View Product type, for example “Edge-32,” as configured through the HAFM New Product dialog box. Network address as configured through the HAFM New Product dialog box. Current product operational status: — Operational — Product is fully operational. —...

  • Page 95: Director 2/64 Product Manager Window

    Using the Products View Figure 46: Director 2/64 Product Manager window The Product Manager provides several views for managing and monitoring individual Fibre Channel devices, including the Hardware, Node List, Port List, Performance, and FRU List Views. Through the Product Manager Hardware View, for example, you can determine status and control operation of individual hardware components.

  • Page 96: Available Tool Bar Options

    Using the Products View Download firmware. Perform other configuration and monitoring tasks specific to the product. Note: A maximum of eight remote users (in addition to the local HAFM server user) can concurrently access Product Managers for a specific product. The HAFM window is still available as a separate window when a Product Manager is open.

  • Page 97: Available Menu Bar Options, Product Menu, View Menu

    Using the Products View Available Menu Bar Options The following options are active only in the Products View. For information on other menu options, refer to Chapter Product Menu New — Choose this option to display the New Product dialog box. Use this dialog box to identify a product to the HAFM and add its icon to the Products View.

  • Page 98

    Using the Products View You can also arrange icons by name and severity by selecting the Sort option from the view pop-up menu by right-clicking in the view, away from product icons. Enable Fly-Over Display — When Fly-Over Display is enabled (View menu on menu bar), move the cursor over fabric products in the tab’s view area to display the product’s WWN over the product icon.

  • Page 99: Using The Fabrics View, Overview

    Using the Fabrics View This chapter provides information to help you use the Fabrics View in the High Availability Fabric Manager window. Overview Access the Fabrics View by clicking the Fabrics tab on the HAFM window. The left panel of this view is the Fabric Tree, which is the expandable list of fabrics, products in fabrics, and nodes connected to products.

  • Page 100: Topology Tab, Zone Set Tab

    Using the Fabrics View Topology Tab The view area of the Topology tab provides details on all fabrics known to the HAFM server and HAFM application. This area displays product icons like those in the Products View, each representing switches and directors in fabrics that you select from a Fabric Tree on left panel of the view.

  • Page 101: Fabric Tree

    Using the Fabrics View Figure 48: Fabrics View — Zone Sets tab Fabric Tree The scrollable panel on the left side of the Topology and Zone Set tabs contains a list of fabrics that you can select for display of information or to perform actions on in the left panel of the Topology and Zoning tabs.

  • Page 102: Using The Topology Tab, Fabric Tree

    Using the Fabrics View Click the button to the left of fabric name or WWN to expand the tree and display the WWN or nicknames (if configured) of all products, such as switches and directors, included in the fabric. A product status icon will display by each product in the tree (Refer to “Status Icons”...

  • Page 103: Status Icons, Fabric, Product

    Using the Fabrics View Status Icons Colored icons reflecting the fabric and product (switch or director) operational status display by names and WWNs in the Fabric Tree. Fabric Colored icons reflecting the fabric status display before a fabric name only if the fabric is “persisted.”...

  • Page 104: Fabric Pop-up Menu, Rename, Persist Fabric Topology, Unpersist Fabric Topology

    Using the Fabrics View Fabric Pop-Up Menu Right-click a fabric name or WWN in the Fabric Tree to display a pop-up menu of options. Rename This option is available only if the fabric is persisted. Choose this option to display the Rename Fabric dialog box. Enter a name in the dialog box to display in the Fabric Tree and at the top of the Topology and Zone Set tabs.

  • Page 105: Fabric Properties Dialog Box, Properties

    Using the Fabrics View Properties Displays the Fabric Properties dialog box. Figure 49: Fabric Properties dialog box This dialog box displays current information on the selected fabric including: Fabric Status — For persisted fabrics only, this is the status also reflected by the status symbol by fabric name in the Fabric Tree.

  • Page 106: Product Pop-up Menu, Open, Director 2/64 Product Manager Window

    Using the Fabrics View Product Pop-Up Menu Right-click a product WWN or name (if configured through the Configure Nicknames dialog box) to display a pop-up menu of options. Open Click this to open the Product Manager for the selected product (Figure 50).

  • Page 107: Center In Topology, Properties

    Using the Fabrics View Determine port performance. Control the system error indicator light emitting diode (LED) and beaconing operation for other product LEDs. Enable an initial program load (IPL). Download firmware. Perform other configuration and monitoring tasks specific to the product. Note: A maximum of eight remote users (in addition to the local HAFM server user) can concurrently access Product Managers for a specific product.

  • Page 108: Node Pop-up Menu, Properties, Show Route, Nickname, Node Properties Dialog Box

    Using the Fabrics View Node Pop-Up Menu Right-click a node’s WWN or name (if configured through the Configure Nicknames dialog box) to display a pop-up menu of options. Properties Click to display the Node Properties dialog box. Figure 51: Node Properties dialog box This dialog box contains the following information: Port WWN World Wide Name of port on the attached device.

  • Page 109: Show Zone Members, Topology View Area, Fly-over Display

    Using the Fabrics View Show Zone Members Click to display the Show Zone Members dialog box. This dialog box displays a tree of all products in the fabric in the left panel. Click an icon by a product to expand the list of attached nodes. Select a node and the WWNs or nicknames (if configured) of nodes that are members of the same zone as the selected node display in the right panel.

  • Page 110: Pop-up Menus, Product Icon

    Using the Fabrics View Pop-Up Menus Right Click a product icon, ISL, or blank area in the view area to display a menu of options. Product Icon Right-click a product icon in the Topology View area to display the following menu options: Open —...

  • Page 111: View Area, Isl Properties Dialog Box

    Using the Fabrics View Properties — Displays the ISL Properties dialog box (Figure 52). You can also double-click the ISL to display this box. This dialog box displays the domain ID and port number for both products where the ISL is attached. The Alert column contains a minus-sign symbol if the ISL was removed and plus-sign if the ISL was added to the fabric since the last time the fabric was persisted.

  • Page 112: Adjusting The Fabric Display

    Using the Fabrics View Persist Fabric Topology — This persists the currently selected fabric. If the fabric was not persisted previously, this option displays the Persist Fabric dialog box, where you can provide a name for the persisted fabric. A persisted fabric is a “snapshot”...

  • Page 113: Persistent Fabrics

    Using the Fabrics View Click the Layout Icons, Show View Port, Zoom In, Zoom Out, and Fit Topology Into View buttons on the right side of the tool bar at the top of the HAFM window. These options manipulate the fabric in the view area and are also available under the View menu on the menu bar.

  • Page 114: Graphic Indicators In View, Persisted Fabric In Topology View

    Using the Fabrics View This snapshot will persist in the Topology view and real-time changes to the fabric will be reflected by graphic indicators such as alert indicators (yellow triangles), dimmed product icons, and dashed yellow lines as shown in Figure You can persist a fabric whenever you want to refresh the view to the current fabric state and track changes from the new persisted view.

  • Page 115: Icon Display When Switch Or Director Removed From Fabric

    Using the Fabrics View Switch or director removed from fabric. Figure 54: Icon display when switch or director removed from fabric — A plus sign (+) displays in the lower right corner of the product’s icon if the switch or director was added. Figure 55 illustrates the icon when a fabric element is added.

  • Page 116: Fabric Log

    Using the Fabrics View Fabric Log Changes to the fabric are reflected in the Fabric Log (Logs menu on menu bar). This log tracks the following changes: Zone sets becoming active. Switch added/removed. ISL added/removed. Fabric renamed. Fabric persisted. Fabric status changes. The following is recorded in the log: Date and time of the change.

  • Page 117: Unpersisting Fabrics, Available Menu Bar Options, Product, Open, Properties, Logout, Exit

    Using the Fabrics View Unpersisting Fabrics You can a unpersist a fabric by choosing Fabric > Unpersist Fabric Topology, the right-click fabric pop-up menu in the Fabric Tree, or the right-click view pop-up menu in the Topology view area. Choosing this option displays a warning that the fabric log will be lost if the fabric is unpersisted.

  • Page 118: Rename, Fabrics, Persist Fabric Topology, Unpersist Fabric Topology, Export Fabric Topology

    Using the Fabrics View Fabrics Choose the Fabrics menu on the menu bar to display the following options. Rename This option is only active if a fabric is persisted. Click this to display the Rename Fabric dialog box. Enter a new name to change the name displayed in the Fabrics View.

  • Page 119: Exported File Example

    Using the Fabrics View Link identification number for the ISL. Port number on the remote switch or director where the ISL is attached. An example of an exported file follows. Exported File Example Following is a partial exported file showing two members in a fabric. <FabricTopology FabricWWN=”HP-10:00:08:00:88:00:21:00”>...

  • Page 120

    Using the Fabrics View <FabricMemberConnection OutputPort=”0” RemotePort=”24” LinkId=”12”/> <FabricMemberConnection OutputPort=”20” RemotePort=”8” LinkId=”2”/> <FabricMemberConnection OutputPort=”12” RemotePort=”12” LinkId=”21”/> <FabricMemberConnection OutputPort=”8” RemotePort=”12” LinkId=”22”/> <FabricMemberConnection OutputPort=”28” RemotePort=”4” LinkId=”23”/> <FabricMemberConnection OutputPort=”24” RemotePort=”8” LinkId=”24”/> <FabricMemberConnection OutputPort=”32” RemotePort=”4” LinkId=”13”/> <FabricMemberConnection OutputPort=”36” RemotePort=”8” LinkId=”14”/> <FabricMemberConnection OutputPort=”40” RemotePort=”4” LinkId=”15”/> <FabricMemberConnection OutputPort=”44”...

  • Page 121: Show Route Dialog Box

    Using the Fabrics View The Show Route dialog box (Figure 56) displays products (switches and directors) that support route reporting and are managed by this HAFM server in the Select Source Node panel. Figure 56: Show Route dialog box To show the route for two specific nodes, perform the following steps: 1.

  • Page 122: Route Displayed In Topology Tab

    Using the Fabrics View Figure 57: Route displayed in Topology tab The route between the nodes and through the products display as a thick blue line between two node icons. Right click the line to display the following menu options: Hide Route.

  • Page 123: Hide Route, Show Zone Members, Show View Port, Show Fabric Tree, Enterprise Fabric Mode

    Using the Fabrics View Hide Route This option is only active if the tab’s view area is displaying a route between nodes in the fabric. Click this option to remove the route from the display that was enabled with the Show Route menu option. Show Zone Members Click to display the Show Zone Members dialog box.

  • Page 124: User Sessions, View, Zoom, Layout Icons, Center In Topology, Clear Isl Alert

    Using the Fabrics View View Choose the View menu on the menu bar to display the following options: User Sessions Click this to display the User Sessions dialog box. This lists sessions with the HAFM server from remote workstations. The dialog box lists user names, remote workstation address, and the date/times that users established a connection.

  • Page 125: Clear All Isl Alerts, Enable Fly Over Display, Configure, Users, Nicknames, Sessions

    Using the Fabrics View Clear All ISL Alerts This option is only enabled if you have persisted a fabric. Selecting this will clear all ISL alerts in the view. Enable Fly Over Display Enable the fly-over display of product identification and the number of ISLs between products when you move the cursor over elements in the view area by selecting the check box.

  • Page 126: Zoning Library, Snmp Agent, Activate Zone Set

    Using the Fabrics View SNMP Agent Opens the Configure SNMP dialog box that allows you to configure the SNMP agent that runs on the HAFM server and implements the Fibre Alliance MIB. The HAFM server software contains a simple network management protocol (SNMP) agent component.

  • Page 127: Active Tool Bar Options, Advanced Zoning, Open Product

    Using the Fabrics View Import and export zone sets Display zone and zone set properties Copy zones and zone sets Find zone members in zones Find zones in zone sets Display zone sets, zones, and zone members in library Refer to “Using the Zoning Library”...

  • Page 128: Display Drop-down Box, Properties, Persist Fabric Topology, Export Fabric Topology, Show Zoning Library, Layout Icons

    Using the Fabrics View Properties Click this to display a Properties dialog box for elements selected in the Topology tab view area. If a product is selected, the Properties dialog box for the switch or director displays (refer to “Properties” on page 93. If nothing is selected, the Properties dialog box for the fabric displays (refer to “Properties”...

  • Page 129: Show View Port, Zoom Out, Fit Topology In View

    Using the Fabrics View Show View Port Opens up the view port window so that you can adjust the display of the fabric in the tab’s view area. This option is also available under the Fabrics menu on the menu bar. Click inside the View Port window and move the mouse to adjust the view of the fabric in the tab’s view area.

  • Page 130: Using The Zone Set Tab, View Area Features

    Using the Fabrics View Using the Zone Set Tab Click the Zone Set tab in the Fabrics View to open the Zone Set tab view. Select a fabric in the Fabric Tree on the left side of the tab to display information on the currently active zone set for the fabric in the right view area.

  • Page 131: For More Information, Available Menu Bar Options, Updating Fabric

    Using the Fabrics View Available Menu Bar Options All menu bar options that are enabled in the menu bar are covered in Chapter 3 this guide. You can also show or hide the Fabric Tree on the left side of the tab by clicking the Show Fabric Tree check box under the Fabrics menu.

  • Page 132

    Using the Fabrics View High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

  • Page 133: Fabric Zoning, Zoning Basics

    Fabric Zoning This chapter explains how to: Zone fabrics Use zoning features and dialog boxes Zoning Basics Note: Designing zoning can be a complex task, especially for multiswitch fabrics. Refer to HP’s professional services organization before configuring zoning. This section is designed to help you understand the following concepts so that you can more efficiently use HAFM features to configure and manage zones across a multiswitch fabric: Benefits of zoning.

  • Page 134: Controlling Access Across A Fabric

    Fabric Zoning Controlling Access Across a Fabric The fabric zoning feature enables you to partition devices attached to managed Fibre Channel products into groups called zones. A zone contains devices that can access one another through port-to-port connections. Devices in the same zone can recognize and communicate with one another;...

  • Page 135: Zoning Through A Single Fibre Channel Managed Product

    Fabric Zoning Figure 58 illustrates three zones established on a single managed product with four devices in each zone. Devices in each zone can communicate with and access devices only in their respective zones. ZONE 3 Director Figure 58: Zoning through a single Fibre Channel managed product High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

  • Page 136: Zoning Through A Multiswitch Fabric

    Fabric Zoning Figure 59 illustrates how zones can consist of ports and/or devices installed on ports in three managed products in a multiswitch fabric. Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Interswitch Link Director Director Director Figure 59: Zoning through a multiswitch fabric High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

  • Page 137: Controlling Access At The Switch, Controlling Access At The Server Or Storage Device

    Fabric Zoning Controlling Access at the Switch A port binding feature is available on switches and directors that allows you to “bind” a specific switch or director port to the WWN of an attached device for exclusive communication. This WWN binding feature is available through the Configure Ports option in the Product Manager application’s Configure menu.

  • Page 138: Zoning Concepts

    Fabric Zoning The connection is bound to a storage port WWN. If the fiber optic cable is disconnected from the storage port, the server-to-storage connection is automatically reestablished when the port cable is reconnected. The connection is also automatically reestablished if the storage port is cabled through a different managed product port.

  • Page 139: Naming Conventions For Zones And Zone Sets, Zones

    Fabric Zoning Naming Conventions for Zones and Zone Sets The following naming conventions apply to zones and zone sets: All names must be unique and may not differ by case only. For example, myzone and MyZone are both valid individually, but the are not considered to be unique.

  • Page 140: Using Wwns, Using Port Numbers

    Fabric Zoning Using WWNs To identify a zone member by WWN, use the 16-digit WWN of the device. For example: 10:00:08:00:88:40:C0:D4 In the HAFM and Product Manager, the WWN is preceded with the switch or director manufacturer’s name. The WWN is assigned to the Fibre Channel interface or HBA installed in devices such as servers or storage devices.

  • Page 141: Default Zone, Zone Sets

    Fabric Zoning The advantage of identifying a zone member by port number is that if the HBA on an attached device fails, you do not have to identify the member with the WWN of the replacement HBA. A disadvantage of port zoning is that someone may rearrange cable connections to ports (because of port failures or other reasons) and inadvertently allow devices to communicate that should not have access to each other.

  • Page 142: Active Zone Set, Zoning Library

    Fabric Zoning The following are some important points to remember about zone sets: If no zone set is active, and the default zone is disabled, then no devices can communicate. If you activate a zone set when there is already an active zone set, that set will replace the currently active zone set.

  • Page 143: Merging Zoned Fabrics, Configurations Of Merged Zoned Fabrics, Rules For Merging Zoned Fabrics

    Fabric Zoning Merging Zoned Fabrics Managed products are linked through ISLs to form multiswitch fabrics. In a multiswitch fabric, the active zoning configuration applies to the entire fabric. Any change to the configuration applies to all switches in the fabric. Configurations of Merged Zoned Fabrics When fabrics join through an ISL, adjacent managed products exchange active zone configurations and determine if the configurations are compatible and can...

  • Page 144

    Fabric Zoning Table 4: Merging Fabrics — Results for Zone Configurations Fabric A Fabric B Result Not zoned Not zoned Fabrics join successfully. The new fabric remains not zoned. Not zoned Zoned Fabrics join successfully and the active zone set will propagate across the fabric.

  • Page 145: Configuring Zoning Through The Hafm, Using The Zoning Library, Zoning Library Dialog Box

    Fabric Zoning Configuring Zoning through the HAFM This section provides procedures for using the menu options available through the HAFM Fabrics tab to configure and manage zoning. For information on other menu options, refer to Chapter To configure new zones and a zone set, then activate a new zone set for the fabric, follow these three steps: 1.

  • Page 146: Zoning Configuration Limits For High Availability Fabric Manager

    Fabric Zoning Use this dialog box to perform major tasks for configuring zoning on the fabric: Display zone sets, zones, and zone members in library Configure zones by adding zone members (attached nodes) Configure zone sets by adding zones Clear zones Delete zones and zone sets Import and export zone sets Display zone and zone set properties...

  • Page 147: Menus, Menu Options In Zoning Dialog Boxes

    Fabric Zoning Menus The following menus and options are available in the Zoning Library dialog box. Page numbers are provided for procedures in using these options. Options under specific menus may only be enabled or perform different functions depending on whether the Zones or Zone Sets tab is selected.

  • Page 148: Display Configured Zone Sets And Zones, Configure Zones And Zone Sets, Zones

    Fabric Zoning Table 6: Menu Options in Zoning Dialog Boxes (Continued) Menu Menu Option Procedures Right-click menu Rename Rename Zones and Zone Sets, (zoning library) page 156 Right-click menu Delete Delete Zones and Zone Sets, (zoning library) page 155 Right-click menu Properties Display Zone and Zone Set (zoning library)

  • Page 149: New Zone Dialog Box

    Fabric Zoning Note: Names for zones and zone sets must follow specific rules. Refer to “Naming Conventions for Zones and Zone Sets” on page 139 for details. 5. Select the fabric for which zoning is being configured from the drop-down menu.

  • Page 150

    Fabric Zoning 7. Add members to the new zone using the following steps: a. Decide if you want to add members by port number or WWN of attached node. — If you want to add zone members by port number only (not supported in Open Fabric 1.0 interop mode), click the Add by Port radio button at the bottom of the display area.

  • Page 151: Add Detached Nodes Dialog Box

    Fabric Zoning 8. Click the Add >> button to move the selections to the Members in zone area on the right side of the screen. Figure 62 illustrates members added to the new zone. The members were added with Add by WWN selected. Figure 62: New Zone dialog box —...

  • Page 152: Zone Sets, New Zone Set Dialog Box

    Fabric Zoning 11. To remove members from the zone, select them and click the << Remove button. To remove all of the members, click Clear Zone at the bottom of the Members in zone area. Click Yes when the Warning dialog box displays. 12.

  • Page 153

    Fabric Zoning Configured zones should display in the Zones in Library area. If zones do not display, you must first configure zones before you can configure any zone sets. To view members in the zones displayed, click a zone to select it, then click View Members at the bottom of the Zones in Library field.

  • Page 154: Modify Zones And Zone Sets, Zones, Zone Sets

    Fabric Zoning 7. To accept the zone set, click OK. The New Zone Set dialog box closes and the new zone set displays in the Zone Set tab of the Zoning Library dialog box. Modify Zones and Zone Sets Use the following procedures to modify existing zones and zone sets using the Open option in the File menu.

  • Page 155: Copy Zones And Zone Sets, Zones, Zone Sets, Delete Zones And Zone Sets

    Fabric Zoning Copy Zones and Zone Sets Copy zones and zone sets to a zone or zone set with a different name using the following steps. Zones 1. Choose the Zones tab in the Zoning Library dialog box. 2. Click a zone to select it in the library. 3.

  • Page 156: Rename Zones And Zone Sets, Zones, Zone Sets, Import And Export Zone Sets

    Fabric Zoning Rename Zones and Zone Sets Delete zones and zone sets from the library using the following steps: Zones 1. Choose the Zones tab in the Zoning Library dialog box. 2. Click a zone to select it and choose File > Rename, or right-click the zone and choose Rename from the pop-up menu.

  • Page 157: Export Zone Set, Display Zone And Zone Set Properties, Zones

    Fabric Zoning If the imported zone set contains zones that are already in the library, an error message displays. Export Zone Set 1. Choose the Zone Sets tab in the Zoning Library dialog box. 2. Choose a zone set for export. 3.

  • Page 158: Zone Properties Dialog Box, Zone Sets

    Fabric Zoning Figure 66: Zone Properties dialog box The dialog box summarizes the number of zone sets containing the same zone and lists the zone members in the zone. 3. Click Close to close the dialog box. Zone Sets 1. Choose the Zone Sets tab in the Zoning Library dialog box. 2.

  • Page 159: Zone Set Properties Dialog Box

    Fabric Zoning Figure 67: Zone Set Properties dialog box The dialog box summarizes the number of zones and unique zone members in the zone set. The Zone Set Library, consisting of the zone set, its zones, and zone members, are displayed in a tree structure in the Zones In Set display area.

  • Page 160: Find Zones, Find Zone Members

    Fabric Zoning Find Zones You can find zones by using the Find Zone option in the Edit menu (Zones tab). Use this option to get a quick view of which zone sets a selected zone is part of. Once you find a zone in a specific zone set, you can remove the zone from the zone set using the Remove button on the Find Zone dialog box.

  • Page 161: Closing The Zoning Library, Find Wwn/nickname Dialog Box

    Fabric Zoning 3. Enter a valid WWN or nickname (if configured) and click OK. The Find WWN/Nickname dialog box displays (Figure 68). It lists all zones where the member was found in the right part of the dialog box and zone sets where the zones were found in the left part of the dialog box.

  • Page 162: Activate Zone Sets, Activate Zone Set Dialog Box

    Fabric Zoning Activate Zone Sets Choose the Activate Zone Set option from the Configure menu on the HAFM menu bar to activate a zone set to control access between devices in a fabric. Only one zone set in the fabric can be active at one time. Activating a zone set replaces the current active zone set with the one you activate.

  • Page 163: Activate Zone Set (differences) Screen, Icons And Text Indicators For Zone Set Differences

    Fabric Zoning An Activate Zone Set screen (Figure 70) displays that shows the differences between the zone set that you are activating and the old zone set. In the differences area, click the icon before the zone set name to expand the list of zones in the set.

  • Page 164: Activate Zone Set (directors/switches Affected) Screen

    Fabric Zoning 6. Click Next. An Activate Zone Set screen (Figure 71) displays, listing the directors and switches affected by the change in active zone sets. The switch/director domain ID displays in the left panel and the WWN displays in the right panel. The domain ID is a unique domain identification of a switch or director product (for example, 1-31).

  • Page 165: Deactivate Zone Sets, Configure The Default Zone

    Fabric Zoning Deactivate Zone Sets To deactivate zone sets: 1. Select the fabric in the Fabric Tree area for which the zone set is to be deactivated. 2. Choose Configure > Deactivate Zone Set (Advanced Zoning submenu). The Deactivate Zone Set dialog box displays. Use this dialog box to deactivate the current active zone set.

  • Page 166: Backing Up Zoning Configurations, Show Zone Members

    Fabric Zoning Show Zone Members To show zone members: 1. Select the fabric in the Fabric Tree area for which zone members are to be shown. 2. Click the Fabrics > Show Zone Members to display the Show Zone Members dialog box. This dialog box displays a tree of all products in the fabric in the left panel.

  • Page 167: Using Logs, Sorting Logs

    HAFM Logs This chapter contains information on the High Availability Fabric Manager logs. Using Logs The Audit, Session, Product Status, and Fabric Logs store up to 1000 entries each. The most recent entry displays at the top of the log. After 1000 entries are stored, new entries overwrite the oldest entries.

  • Page 168: Button Function, Expanding Columns

    HAFM Logs Button Function Button function is the same for all logs: Export Click Export to display the Save dialog box shown in Figure 77 on page 175. Click Home to display the folders that are stored in your home directory. If you choose, you may create a folder for your home directory and save the file there.

  • Page 169: High Availability Fabric Manager Audit Log

    HAFM Logs High Availability Fabric Manager Audit Log The HAFM Audit Log displays a history of user actions performed through the HAFM. The log stores up to 1000 entries, the most recent displaying at the top of the log. After 1000 entries have been stored, new entries take the place of the log’s oldest entries.

  • Page 170: High Availability Fabric Manager Event Log

    HAFM Logs The Event column describes the action that took place. Logged actions could include: — Defining a new product — Modifying product attributes — Deleting product definitions — Defining a new user — Modifying user administration — Deleting user administration —...

  • Page 171

    HAFM Logs To display the Event Log, choose Logs > Event Log. The Event Log displays (Figure 73). Figure 73: High Availability Fabric Manager Event Log The Date/Time column logs the date and time the event was reported to the HAFM server.

  • Page 172: High Availability Fabric Manager Session Log

    HAFM Logs High Availability Fabric Manager Session Log The HAFM Session Log provides the date/time, user name, and network address of each login and logout on the HAFM server. To display the Session Log, choose Logs > Session Log. The Session Log displays (Figure 74).

  • Page 173: High Availability Fabric Manger Product Status Log, High Availability Fabric Manager Product Status Log

    HAFM Logs High Availability Fabric Manger Product Status Log The HAFM Product Status Log reflects the time and nature of significant events on all managed products, and indicates which specific Product Manager applications should be opened to further investigate product status changes. To display the Product Status Log, choose Logs >...

  • Page 174: High Availability Fabric Manager Fabric Log, Export Log Files

    HAFM Logs High Availability Fabric Manager Fabric Log The HAFM Fabric Log reflects the time and nature of significant changes in the managed fabric. To display the Fabric Log, choose Fabric Log from the Logs menu or double click the Fabrics icon on the HAFM status bar. The Fabric Log displays (Figure 76).

  • Page 175: Save Dialog Box

    HAFM Logs Figure 77: Save dialog box 2. In the Save dialog box, browse to the folder where you want to save the file. 3. Type a file name and extension in the File name field. 4. Click Save. The file saves to the specified folder as an ASCII text file. High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

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    HAFM Logs High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

  • Page 177: Optional Features, Ficon Management Server, Installation

    Optional Features This chapter provides detailed information on using, administering, and configuring optional HAFM features through HAFM applications. There are two types of features covered in this chapter: “Keyed” features, requiring feature keys to be purchased and enabled through the Configure Feature Key dialog box in the product’s Product Manager application.

  • Page 178: Configuring The Ficon Management Server

    Optional Features Configuring the FICON Management Server Use this procedure to configure whether the host is the controlling manager. The optional FICON Management Server feature must be installed in order to perform this procedure. Enable Management Server Click this check box to add a check mark and enable the management server. Click the check mark to remove it and disable this feature.

  • Page 179: Port Name Language Code Pages

    Optional Features — If Active=Saved is not enabled (no check mark), the IPL address configuration and the active configuration are not maintained as identical, and may be different configurations. If the feature is not enabled, you can modify the IPL configuration through the Configure Addresses - “Active”...

  • Page 180: Configuration Procedure

    Optional Features Configuration Procedure To configure the FICON management server, use the following steps: 1. Choose Configure > Management Server from the Product Manager window. The Configure FICON Management Server dialog box displays (Figure 78). Figure 78: Configure FICON Management Server dialog box 2.

  • Page 181: Open Systems Management Server, Installation, Configuring The Open Systems Management Server

    Optional Features Open Systems Management Server The Open System Management Server (OSMS) is a keyed feature that allows host control and inband management of the director or switch through a management application that resides on an open-systems interconnection (OSI) device. This device is attached to a director or switch port.

  • Page 182: Santegrity Features

    Optional Features 3. Click the check box in the Host Control Prohibited field to display a check mark and to prohibit the host management program from changing configuration and connectivity parameters on the switch. In this case, the host program has read-only access to configuration and connectivity parameters. Clicking the check box when it contains a check mark removes the check mark and allows a host program to change configuration and connectivity parameters on the switch.

  • Page 183: Fabric Binding, Enable/disable And Online State Functions, Switch Binding

    Optional Features Fabric Binding This feature is managed through the Fabric Binding option, available through the Fabrics menu in HAFM when the Fabrics tab is selected. Using Fabric Binding, you can allow specific switches to attach to specific fabrics in the SAN. This provides security from accidental fabric merges and potential fabric disruption when fabrics become segmented because they cannot merge.

  • Page 184: Configuring Switch Binding Overview

    Optional Features Configuring Switch Binding Overview To configure Switch Binding, you must first activate the feature using the Switch Binding State Change dialog box while selecting the type of port where you want to restrict connection (connection policy). Possible selections are E_Ports, F_Ports, or all types.

  • Page 185: Enable/disable Switch Binding

    Optional Features Enable/Disable Switch Binding Use the following procedure to enable and disable switch binding: 1. Choose the Configure > Switch Binding > Change State from the Product Manager window. The Switch Binding State Change dialog box displays (Figure 80). Figure 80: Switch Binding State Change dialog box 2.

  • Page 186: Editing The Switch Membership List, Switch Binding Membership List Dialog Box

    Optional Features Restrict All — Select if you want to restrict connections from specific devices to switch F_Ports and switches to switch E_Ports. Device and switch WWNs can be added to the Switch Membership List to allow connection and removed from the Membership List to prohibit connection.

  • Page 187

    Optional Features 2. If nicknames are configured for WWNs through HAFM and you want these to display instead of WWNs in this dialog box, click Display Options. The Display Options dialog box displays. 3. Click Nickname, then click OK. 4. To prohibit connection to a switch port from a WWN currently in the Membership List, click the WWN or nickname in the Membership List, then click Remove.

  • Page 188: Enable/disable And Online State Functions

    Optional Features Enable/Disable and Online State Functions In order for Switch Binding to function, specific operating parameters and optional features must be enabled. Also, there are specific requirements for disabling these parameters and features when the director or switch is offline or online.

  • Page 189: Zoning With Switch Binding Enabled, Enterprise Fabric Mode, Fabric Binding, Switch Binding

    Optional Features Zoning with Switch Binding Enabled Note that SANtegrity has no effect on existing zoning configurations. However, note that if a device WWN is in a specific zone, but the WWN is not in the Switch Membership List, the device cannot log in to the director or switch port and cannot connect to other devices in the zone with Switch Binding enabled.

  • Page 190: Rerouting Delay, Domain Rscns

    Optional Features Rerouting Delay Rerouting Delay is a parameter in the Configure Switch Parameters dialog box, available from the Configure menu in the Product Manager application. Rerouting Delay ensures that frames are delivered through the fabric in order to their destination. If there is a change to the fabric topology that creates a new path (for example, a new switch is added to the fabric), frames may be routed over this new path if the paths hop count is less than a previous path with a minimum hop count.

  • Page 191: Insistent Domain Identification (id), Open Trunking

    Optional Features Insistent Domain Identification (ID) This is a parameter in the Configure Switch Parameters dialog box, available from Configure menu in the Product Manager application. Enabling this option sets the domain ID configured in the Preferred Domain ID field in the Configure Switch Parameters dialog box as the active domain identification when the fabric initializes.

  • Page 192: Enabling And Configuring Open Trunking, Configure Open Trunking Dialog Box

    Optional Features In particular, you do not need to manually configure ISLs into “trunk groups” of redundant links where data can be “off-loaded.” Candidate links for rerouting flow are identified and maintained automatically. This means that flow may be rerouted onto a link that goes to a different adjacent switch as long as that link is on the least cost/shortest path to the destination domain ID.

  • Page 193

    Optional Features 3. Set the Congestion Thresholds for ports as percentages of link bandwidths, in the range of 1% through 99%. These thresholds are used only when a port becomes an ISL. When the link’s traffic load becomes greater than this percentage, the link is seen as “congested”...

  • Page 194

    Optional Features Back Pressure — Click this check box to display a check mark and enable this option. If enabled, a back pressure entry will be made to the Event Log and an SNMP trap will be generated if trap recipients are configured through the Configure SNMP dialog box.

  • Page 195: Pop-up Menu, Use Algorithmic Threshold, Threshold, Open Trunking Log, Open Trunking Log

    Optional Features Pop-Up Menu Right click on columns in the Configuration Threshold table to display menu options that globally change values in the column cells. Use Algorithmic Threshold Right click in the column to display these options: Set all to Default — Adds check marks to all check boxes in this column and sets all cells of Threshold % column to default values.

  • Page 196

    Optional Features Old Exit Port — The decimal exit port number on this switch that the flow used to get to the target domain. New Exit Port — The decimal exit port number on this switch that the flow now uses to get to the target domain. High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

  • Page 197: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages

    Information and Error Messages This appendix describes messages that may appear as you use the High Availability Fabric Manager. A description and action are provided for each message, which is listed in alphabetical order. Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages Message Description Action...

  • Page 198

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Are you sure you want to The selected user will be Click Yes to delete the delete this user? deleted from the list of user or No to cancel the user definitions.

  • Page 199

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Cannot display route on a You cannot show routes Error displays when one switch fabric. between end devices in a attempting to show routes fabric when configuring on a fabric with only one Show Routes (Fabrics switch.

  • Page 200

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Cannot modify a zone Zone does not have a Rename zone, then use with an invalid name. valid name. Modify Zone dialog box Rename zone and try to modify zone.

  • Page 201

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Click OK to remove all This action deletes all Click OK to delete the log contents from log. contents from the selected contents or Cancel to log.

  • Page 202

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Duplicate Fabric Name. The fabric name that you Choose another name for have specified already the fabric. exists. Duplicate name in zoning Every name in the zoning Modify (to make it configuration.

  • Page 203

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action HAFM HAFM server is shutting application is Reboot the HAFM server. down. Connection will be closing and terminating If the problem persists, terminated. communication with the contact the next level of attached product.

  • Page 204

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Fabric Log will be lost When you unpersist a Click Yes to unpersist the once the fabric unpersists. fabric, the corresponding fabric or No to cancel the Do you want to continue? fabric log is deleted.

  • Page 205

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Invalid port number. Valid You have specified an Specify a valid port ports are invalid port number. number, in the range 0 to < nn > the maximum number of ports on the product minus 1.

  • Page 206

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Invalid World Wide The World Wide Name Try the operation again Name or nickname. or nickname that you using a valid World Wide have specified is invalid. Name or nickname.

  • Page 207

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action No nickname selected. No nickname was Choose a nickname and selected when the try again. command was attempted. No Product Managers No director or switch Install the appropriate Product Manager installed.

  • Page 208

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Only attached nodes can Users cannot display Change the add criteria be displayed in this unused ports when to Add by Port. mode. adding ports by World Wide Name.

  • Page 209

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action HAFM Server shutting down. application is Reboot the HAFM server. closing and terminating If the problem persists, communication with the contact the next level of attached product.

  • Page 210

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action The maximum number of The number of products of Delete an existing product products of this type has this type (48) that can be of this type before adding HAFM already been configured.

  • Page 211

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action The software version on A second HAFM server Upgrade the software this HAFM server is not (client) connecting to the version on the downlevel compatible with the HAFM server must be HAFM server.

  • Page 212

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action This switch is currently User attempted to remove Remove the switch from part of this fabric and a switch from the Fabric the fabric by setting the cannot be removed from Membership List using the switch offline or blocking...

  • Page 213

    Information and Error Messages Table 9: High Availability Fabric Manager Messages (Continued) Message Description Action Zones configured with While in Open Fabric Informational message port numbers are ignored mode, zones configured only - no action is in Open Fabric Mode. using port numbers are required.

  • Page 214

    Information and Error Messages High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

  • Page 215: Requirements

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Windows Systems This section describes the procedures for installing the HAFM on a remote workstation running Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, or Windows XP. To run the HAFM on a remote workstation, you must first download and install the HAFM application from the HAFM server.

  • Page 216: Installation Procedure

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Windows Systems Newer versions of the High Availability Fabric Manager or Product Managers installed on the HAFM server will automatically download when the remote clients log in to the server. Installation Procedure To install the HAFM on a remote workstation: 1.

  • Page 217: Remote Client Installation Screen, Security Warning Page

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Windows Systems The HP StorageWorks HAFM remote client installation screen displays. Figure 84 shows the upper portion of this page. Figure 84: Remote Client Installation screen 1. On the page, click Begin Windows Installation to begin the installation process.

  • Page 218: Installanywhere Web Installer Page

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Windows Systems 2. If you have read the security agreement information and wish to continue, click Yes. The HP High Availability Fabric Manager InstallAnywhere Web Installer page displays. Figure 86 illustrates a portion of this page. Figure 86: InstallAnywhere Web Installer page 3.

  • Page 219

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Windows Systems 4. Click Next. (At any time, you may return to the previous page by clicking Previous or quit the Installer by clicking Cancel.) The License Agreement screen displays (Figure 88). Figure 88: HAFM Installer — License Agreement 5.

  • Page 220

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Windows Systems 7. Click Next. (Figure The Choose Install Folder screen displays 90). Figure 90: HAFM Installer — Choose Install Folder 8. Select a folder on the remote workstation in which to store the HAFM software. You can accept the default location, type in the path to a new location, or click Choose to browse for an appropriate location.

  • Page 221

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Windows Systems Figure 91: HAFM Installer — Choose Shortcut Location 10. Select a shortcut location. The options for the location of HAFM icons are: In a new Program Group—Adds a new program group on the Start menu for the HAFM. In an existing Program Group—Enables you to choose from existing program groups on the Start menu for the HAFM.

  • Page 222: Installing Hp Hafm

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Windows Systems 11. Click Next to begin the installation. (Figure The Pre-Installation Summary screen displays 92). Figure 92: HAFM Installer — Pre-Installation Summary 12. Review the installation information and click Install. The progress of the installation is tracked on the Installing HP (Figure StorageWorks HAFM screen 93).

  • Page 223: Running The High Availability Fabric Manager

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Windows Systems Figure 94: HAFM Installer — Install Complete 13. Click Done to close the Install Complete dialog box. Running the High Availability Fabric Manager 1. If you chose icons to be created in step 10 of the installation procedure, access the icon installed in the windows Start menu or desktop to run HAFM.

  • Page 224

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Windows Systems High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

  • Page 225

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Solaris Systems This section describes the procedures for installing the HAFM on a remote Solaris workstation. To run the HAFM on a remote workstation, you must first download and install the HAFM application from the HAFM server. The figures in this chapter show Netscape Navigator as the Internet browser;...

  • Page 226

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Solaris Systems Installation Procedure To install the HAFM on a remote workstation: 1. Open a World Wide Web (WWW) browser. 2. Type the address of the HAFM server in the Location (or Address) field of the browser, then press Enter. For example;...

  • Page 227

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Solaris Systems 3. On the page, click Begin Solaris Installation to begin the installation process. A security warning page prompts you to install the InstallAnywhere Web Installer (Figure 96). Figure 96: Security Warning page 4. If you have read the security agreement information and wish to continue, click Yes.

  • Page 228

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Solaris Systems 9. Click Next. The Choose Install Folder screen displays (similar to Figure 90 page 220). 10. Choose a folder on the remote workstation in which to store the HAFM software. You can accept the default location, type in the path to a new location, or click Choose to browse for an appropriate location.

  • Page 229

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Solaris Systems Running the High Availability Fabric Manager Run the HAFM program from the directory in which you saved it (the default is a subdirectory named HAFM in your home directory). 1. In the Terminal window, type cd HAFM. 2.

  • Page 230

    Configuring Remote Workstations: Solaris Systems High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

  • Page 231

    Configuring Remote Workstations: HP-UX, AIX, and Linux This appendix describes the procedures for installing the HAFM on a remote HP-UX, AIX, or Linux workstation. To run the HAFM on a remote workstation, you must first download and install the HAFM application from the HAFM server. Note: The figures in this chapter show Netscape Navigator as the internet browser;...

  • Page 232

    Configuring Remote Workstations: HP-UX, AIX, and Linux Ethernet network adapter. Java-enabled Internet browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 3.0 or later) or Netscape Navigator (version 3.0 or later). Newer versions of the HAFM or Product Managers installed on the HAFM server will automatically download when the remote clients log in to the HAFM server.

  • Page 233: Hp Storageworks Hafm Page

    Configuring Remote Workstations: HP-UX, AIX, and Linux Figure 97: HP StorageWorks HAFM page 4. Read the instructions for your operating system. If a reference to fixes is made, click the hyperlink and verify that your system is up-to-date. 5. Click the appropriate button (Begin HP-UX Installation/Begin AIX Installation /Begin Linux Installation) to begin the installation process.

  • Page 234: Security Warning Page

    Configuring Remote Workstations: HP-UX, AIX, and Linux Figure 98: Security Warning page 1. If you have read the security agreement information and wish to continue, click Yes. The HP High Availability Fabric Manager InstallAnywhere Web Installer page displays for HP-UX, AIX, and Linux. 2.

  • Page 235

    Configuring Remote Workstations: HP-UX, AIX, and Linux 8. Click Next. The Important Information screen displays (similar to Figure 89 page 219). 9. Click Next. The Choose Install Folder screen displays (similar to Figure 90 page 220). 10. Choose a folder on the remote workstation in which to store the HAFM software.

  • Page 236

    Configuring Remote Workstations: HP-UX, AIX, and Linux 14. Review the installation information and click Install. The progress of the installation is tracked on the Installing High Availability Fabric Manager screen (similar to Figure 93 on page 222). 15. When complete, the screen shown in Figure 94 on page 223 displays.

  • Page 237: Index

    index 1U server accessing call-home notification login enabling testing case sensitivity, user names and passwords access, unrestricted center in topology option accessing view menu 1U server changing notebook server network address accessing, remote HAFM servers remote workstation address activate zone set dialog box circle symbol activate zone set option, configure menu clear ISL alert option, view menu...

  • Page 238

    Index Configure Open Trunking dialog box configure open systems management server Configure Open Trunking dialog box menu configure sessions dialog box Configure Open Trunking configure SNMP dialog box switch binding membership list configure users dialog box diamond symbol configured zone sets, displaying disabling configuring call-home notification...

  • Page 239

    Index exit option, product menu Fibre Alliance MIB export fabric topology button FICON management server export fabric topology option, fabrics menu active=saved export nicknames dialog box code page exporting configuration procedure log files configuring 178, zone sets enable management server host control installing programmed offline state control...

  • Page 240

    Index uses localhost, HAFM server name 30, zoning, configuring login High Availability Fabric Manager main window 1U server elements of laptop server illustration notebook server tool bar logout option, product menu host control logs host control prohibited field 180, audit log event log authorized reseller exporting...

  • Page 241

    Index enterprise fabric node properties dialog box, illustration modify network address dialog box notebook server modify option, product menu accessing modify user dialog box login modifying network address product properties open option, product menu remote workstation address open product button session parameters open systems management server user information...

  • Page 242

    Index persistent fabrics illustration 54, persisting a fabric topology menu bar options available platforms for remote workstations overview pop-up menus pop-up menu port number, node properties dialog box programmed offline state control port numbers properties button interoperability mode properties option, product menu zone members properties, product port WWN, node properties dialog box...

  • Page 243

    Index Windows systems SNMP agent option, configure menu removing, nicknames SNMP community names rename option, fabrics menu sorting, logs renaming square symbol fabrics status icons zone sets storage-level access control rerouting delay switch binding 183, enterprise fabric mode enable and disable rights, user membership list routes...

  • Page 244

    Index dialog box menu enabling and configuring warning rack stability symbols on equipment web server UDP port number, trap recipient introduction United States/Canada 00037 code page websites unknown operational state HP storage unpersist fabric topology, fabrics menu Windows 2000 unpersisting fabrics default password user datagram protocol port number default user name...

  • Page 245

    Index zone sets identifying by WWN activating 80, maximum active members configuring adding copying modifying deactivating 81, naming conventions deleting removing members description renaming importing and exporting zoning maximum benefits modifying concepts 133, naming conventions configuring renaming multiple products, illustrated zone sets tab, illustration single product, illustrated zoned fabrics, merging...

  • Page 246

    Index High Availability Fabric Manager User Guide...

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