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HP P6300/P6500 Enterprise Virtual Array
Installation Guide
Abstract
The P6300 EVA is customer self installable. However, you may purchase installation service by an HP-authorized service
provider if preferred. The P6500 EVA requires installation service by an HP-authorized service provider. For more information,
contact HP technical support in North America at 1-800-474-6836. Outside North America, call HP technical support at the
nearest location. Telephone numbers for worldwide technical support are listed on the HP website: http://www.hp.com/support.
To assist you in installing the P6300/P6500 EVAs, videos of the procedures have been produced. Go to the Services Media
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  • Page 1 HP P6300/P6500 Enterprise Virtual Array Installation Guide Abstract The P6300 EVA is customer self installable. However, you may purchase installation service by an HP-authorized service provider if preferred. The P6500 EVA requires installation service by an HP-authorized service provider. For more information, contact HP technical support in North America at 1-800-474-6836.
  • Page 2 © Copyright 201 1 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Confidential computer software. Valid license from HP required for possession, use, or copying. Consistent with FAR 12.21 1 and 12.212, Commercial Computer Software, Computer Software Documentation, and Technical Data for Commercial Items are licensed to the U.S. Government under vendor's standard commercial license.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Using Internet Storage Name Service (iSNS) .................13 Using iSCSI ports ......................13 Security..........................13 System and performance expectations..................17 RAID levels........................17 HP P6000 Command View implementation................18 2 Preparing your site...................19 Overview..........................19 Provide adequate structural support for the floor.................19 Provide adequate clearance space and ventilation..............19 Provide adequate and redundant sources of power..............19...
  • Page 4 Installing Fibre Channel drivers....................33 6 Managing the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE module using HP P6000 Command View..34 Configuring the iSCSI and iSCSI/FCoE module management ports..........34 Fibre Channel zoning......................37 HP P6000 Command View discovery..................38 Configuring the iSCSI IP ports....................43 Setting the time on the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE modules..............43 Upgrading the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE module firmware..............44...
  • Page 5: Reviewing And Confirming Your Plans

    10GbE SFP+ optical transceivers with optical Fibre Channel cables (PremierFlex or OM3 cables) when connecting outside of the cabinet, or b) 10GbE SFP+ copper cabling when connecting inside of the cabinet. See the P6000 QuickSpecs for SFP and cable part numbers. Plan your storage configuration Proper planning of the system storage and its subsequent performance is critical to a successful deployment of the EVA.
  • Page 6: General Ip-San Recommendations

    Disk drive sizes and types Spare drives Array sizing (capacity) Number of Fibre Channel presented virtual LUNs Number of iSCSI and FCoE initiators ◦ iSCSI module: Maximum of 256 initiators or logins iSCSI/FCoE module: Maximum of 1024 initiators or logins ◦...
  • Page 7: Recommended Switch Infrastructure For An Ip-San

    Switch capability Description 1 and 10 gigabit Ethernet The iSCSI module option of the P6000 comes equipped with eight copper gigabit Ethernet support ports (802.3ab). To take advantage of full duplex gigabit capabilities, the cabling infrastructure must be Cat5e or Cat6 cabling. The iSCSI/FCoE module option of the P6000 comes equipped with four SFP+ 10 gigabit ports, and you configure either SFP+ optical or SFP+ copper connectivity.
  • Page 8 Table 1 Minimum recommended switch capabilities for a P6300/P6500 EVA-based IP-SAN (continued) Switch capability Description Flow control support IP storage networks are unique in the amount of sustained bandwidth that is required to maintain adequate performance levels under heavy workloads. Gigabit Ethernet flow control (802.3x) technology should be enabled on the switch to eliminate receive and/or transmit buffer cache pressure.
  • Page 9: Network Latency

    Figure 1 (page 10) illustrates the normal multi-protocol data and management connectivity. HP P6000 Command View requires Ethernet access to the 1 GbE iSCSI modules and can also use array-based management with the management module or in-band host-based management with the FC, iSCSI, or FCoE connectivity.
  • Page 10 HP P6000 Command View management of the P6300/P6500 through the iSCSI connectivity and the 1 GbE iSCSI modules through IP connectivity. When LUN 0 from each controller is presented through the iSCSI or FCoE connectivity, HP P6000 Command View can manage the P6300/P6500 EVA controllers.
  • Page 11: Total Number Of Iscsi And Iscsi/Fcoe Initiators

    For one P6300/P6500 EVA controller, and assuming a redundant configuration, HP P6000 Command View supports 256 initiators and 255 LUNs, plus LUN 0. On the iSCSI/FCoE modules, HP P6000 Command View supports 1024 initiators, 1024 LUNs, and 256 LUNs per virtual port group (VPG).
  • Page 12: Number Of Paths Required Per Initiator

    The FCoE initiators complete automated logins on all discovered paths, so verify that FCoE connectivity is established to both 10 GbE iSCSI/FCoE modules prior to presenting LUNs using HP P6000 Command View. Number of paths required per initiator After establishing the number of initiators, determine how many paths are required by each initiator.
  • Page 13: Using Internet Storage Name Service (Isns)

    Using Internet Storage Name Service (iSNS) The 1 GbE iSCSI modules present two iSCSI targets (P6300/P6500 EVA controller 1 and controller 2), for a total of four targets to the pair of iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE controllers. Each initiator, therefore, discovers two or four FC targets depending on the IP Ethernet configuration. The 10 GbE iSCSI/FCoE modules present one iSCSI target for each virtual port group (VPG) for a total of four.
  • Page 14 If the iSCSI initiator IQN is listed, enter the index number of the initiator. Then, enter 0 (zero) to enable CHAP, and enter the CHAP secret as shown in the CLI example. If the iSCSI initiator IQN is not listed, you can use either the CLI or HP P6000 Command View to add the iSCSI initiator IQN: CLI: Use the initiator add command.
  • Page 15 Click the Discovery tab and when manually discovering iSCSI target portals: Click Add under Target Portals. Enter the IP address of the iSCSI port of the 1 GbE iSCSI Modules or the 10GbE iSCSI/FCoE modules. Click Advanced. Select the CHAP Login Information check box. Enter the CHAP secret for the 1 GbE iSCSI modules or the 10GbE iSCSI/FCoE modules discovered iSCSI initiator in the Target Secret box, for example, CHAPsecret01.
  • Page 16 (zero) to enable CHAP, and enter the CHAP secret as shown in the CLI example. If the iSCSI initiator IQN is not listed, you can use either the CLI or HP P6000 Command View to add the iSCSI initiator IQN.
  • Page 17: System And Performance Expectations

    Enable CHAP for the Microsoft iSCSI initiator running on the iSCSI server: Click the General tab. Click Secret in the middle of the screen. Click Reset. Enter the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE presented target CHAP secret. For example: hpstorageworks Click OK. Click the Discovery tab and when manually discovering iSCSI target portals: Click Add under Target Portals.
  • Page 18: Hp P6000 Command View Implementation

    Server-based management—HP P6000 Command View is installed on a management server connected to the EVA, providing management of multiple storage systems. All components of the software suite (HP P6000 Command View, HP Command View EVAPerf, HP Storage System Scripting Utility, SMI-S EVA) are installed. Server-based management is applicable to all EVA models.
  • Page 19: Preparing Your Site

    For protection against a power-source failure, obtain and include two uninterruptible power supplies in your installation. For power consumption specifications, see the QuickSpecs document at: http://www.hp.com/go/P6000 Remove product from packaging Remove product from boxes. Verify that contents match your expectations and site requirements.
  • Page 20 Installation documentation ◦ XCS controller software recovery CD ◦ P6500 EVA controller enclosure should contain: ◦ One 2U controller enclosure with two HSV360 controller modules, two power supply modules, two fan modules, and two battery modules installed. Rack mounting hardware ◦...
  • Page 21: Installing Components

    3 Installing components Overview Component installation includes: Rail kits Controller and disk enclosures Disk drives NOTE: If you have ordered the factory integrated product, skip this chapter and go to “Turning on power” (page 31). Rack installation best practices In addition to industry-standard recommendations, consider the following: Locate the heaviest items, such as uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and additional disk enclosures near the bottom of the rack.
  • Page 22: Attach The Brackets For A Longer Chassis

    NOTE: The power distribution units can be assembled either vertically (using the PDU hinge) as shown for configuring for expansion, or horizontally as shown for configuring for maximum rack space. Figure 6 Typical rack configurations P6300 configured for maximum rack space P6500 configured for expansion Attach the brackets for a longer chassis If you are installing a longer chassis into your cabinet, such as for the controller enclosure, you...
  • Page 23 Figure 7 Inserting screw into the new bracket Figure 8 Attaching brackets to rail Repeat Step 1 Step 2 for the remaining rail. Figure 9 (page 23) shows the disk enclosure rail. Figure 9 Disk enclosure rail Attach the brackets for a longer chassis...
  • Page 24: Attach The Rails

    Attach the rails NOTE: The left and right rails are designated by the letters R (right) and L (left) or the words Right and Left stamped in the metal on the front of the rack. Consider the following when installing the rails: Installing the rails does not require any tools for assembly.
  • Page 25: Install The Enclosures

    Figure 1 1 Attaching the front rail CAUTION: Ensure that the scissor locking latch engages the scissor latch when you push the end of the rail into the rack mounting rail. Loosen the locking screw (1, Figure 12 (page 25)) on the shipping retaining bracket (2) and slide the bracket to the farthest position on the rear of the rail.
  • Page 26 Align the enclosure with the rails and slide it into the rack (Figure 13 (page 26)). Figure 13 Installing an enclosure (view from front of rack) Continue sliding the enclosure into the rack until the front edge is flush with the front of the rack (1, Figure 14 (page 26)).
  • Page 27: Installing The Disk Drives Into The Drive Bays

    Figure 15 Securing the rear of the enclosure (view from rear of rack) Repeat Step 1 through Step 3 to install the controller enclosures. Installing the disk drives into the drive bays After the disk enclosures are secured in the rack, install the disk drives into the drive bays. Drives must be installed in the proper bay sequence (see Figure 16 (page 27) Figure 17 (page...
  • Page 28 Figure 17 M6625 disk drive numbering (LFF) CAUTION: Install disk drives in the enclosures only after securing the enclosures in the rack. Observe the following precautions: An enclosure populated with disk drives is too heavy to lift safely. Movement of an enclosure during installation might damage the internal storage media of installed disk drives.
  • Page 29: Connecting Cables And Power Cords

    4 Connecting cables and power cords Overview NOTE: If you have ordered the factory integrated product, skip this chapter and go to “Turning on power” (page 31). To connect cables and power cords: Read the cabling best practices. Attach Fibre Channel, SAS, and/or LAN cables to controllers, drives, and servers. Label all cables using the supplied cable labeling kit.
  • Page 30: Connecting The Array To Servers And Switches

    Connecting the array to servers and switches “Cabling the P6300/P6500 EVA” (page 58) for examples of connecting servers and switches to the array in server-based management and array-based management configurations. Labeling cables using labeling kit A labeling kit is provided with the disk enclosure. Label both ends of each cable using the materials in the supplied labeling kit.
  • Page 31: Turning On Power

    5 Turning on power After the controllers and disk enclosures are physically installed and cabled, power on all devices and verify that they are operating properly. For cabling procedures, see “Cabling the P6300/P6500 EVA” (page 58). Power on the devices Power on best practices Observe the following best practices before powering up the array for the first time: Install the controller enclosure.
  • Page 32: Verify The Operating Status Of The Disk Enclosures

    Figure 19 LED panel Startup condition Operating condition Fault condition 1. UID Blinking blue 2. Health Blinking green Solid green 3. Fault Blinking amber Blinking or Solid Amber 4. Link status Blinking amber Amber Verify the operating status of the disk enclosures To verify that the disk enclosures and disk drives are operating properly, view the enclosure and disk drive LEDs and compare them with the patterns described below.
  • Page 33: Verify The Operating Status Of The Fibre Channel Switches And Adapters

    Optional Step: If you will be using Fibre Channel to attach the array to your existing servers, you must install Fibre Channel adapters in those servers and test the Fibre Channel adapters prior to installing HP P6000 Command View. Ensure that you have the correct quantity and length of Fibre Channel cables available to attach your servers to the array.
  • Page 34: Managing The Iscsi Or Iscsi/Fcoe Module Using Hp P6000 Command View

    DHCP addresses. To support HP P6000 Command View, HP recommends configuring static IP addresses in a common class subnet for both modules of a P6000 array. Use of static IP addresses avoids the possibility of DCHP-assigned IP addresses changing and simplifies controller replacement when restoring a configuration.
  • Page 35 Figure 20 P6000 iSCSI module management ports and P6000 fabrics 1. Fibre Channel fabric A 4. iSCSI fabric B 2. Fibre Channel fabric B 5. RS232 management ports 3. iSCSI fabric A 6. Telnet management ports Figure 21 iSCSI/FCoE module management ports and P6000 fabrics 1.
  • Page 36 | mgmt | ntp | perf presented_initiators | presented_targets | properties | snmp stats | system | targets | vpgroups ] show chap show fc [ <PORT_NUM> ] show features Managing the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE module using HP P6000 Command View...
  • Page 37: Fibre Channel Zoning

    HP recommends that you verify the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE modules are in a defined state (before using HP P6000 Command View and beginning a new configuration). To do this, use the iSCSI and iSCSI/FCoE CLI to reset default factory settings or mappings. This will clear IP addresses that were set and requires a reboot.
  • Page 38: Hp P6000 Command View Discovery

    The iSCSI and iSCSI/FCoE module FC ports are logged in to the array when the controllers are powered on and in an active state. Now you can use HP P6000 Command View to perform device discovery of the array and modules. In the Navigation pane, select Hardware > iSCSI Devices. The iSCSI Devices Folder Properties window opens.
  • Page 39 If an iSCSI controller pairing failure is displayed in HP P6000 Command View, use the following CLI commands to help repair the issue and possibly avoid having to remove the controller and...
  • Page 40 Virtual Port Groups (VPG). The iSCSI module does not support VPGs. Figure 26 iSCSI Host 01 properties Figure 27 iSCSI/FCoE VPGO, Host 01 properties Figure 28 iSCSI/FCoE VPG1, Host 02 properties Figure 29 iSCSI/FCoE VPG2, Host 03 properties Managing the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE module using HP P6000 Command View...
  • Page 41 41). An FCoE host is defined with one WWN, and in support of multipathing LUN presentations, presents a LUN to multiple FCoE hosts, which are under common multipathing management. HP P6000 Command View supports instantiating FC, iSCSI, and FCoE host types (as shown in Figure 32 (page 41)).
  • Page 42 FCoE LUN mapping. Figure 33 iSCSI/FCoE two level LUN mapping presentation Figure 34 (page 42) shows the two levels of iSCSI LUN mapping. Figure 34 iSCSI two level LUN mapping presentation Managing the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE module using HP P6000 Command View...
  • Page 43: Configuring The Iscsi Ip Ports

    Setting the time on the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE modules Setting the time is important to synchronize the event logs of the P6000 controllers (1 and 2) with the initiator event logs and to assist in troubleshooting. Select the iSCSI controller in the Navigation pane.
  • Page 44: Upgrading The Iscsi Or Iscsi/Fcoe Module Firmware

    Updating the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE module firmware is separate from upgrading the XCS controller software, but the process is the same (using the Code Load function in HP P6000 Command View). NOTE: HP recommends that you update one module at a time to avoid a service interruption.
  • Page 45: Restarting The Iscsi Or Iscsi/Fcoe Module

    Command View to restart the modules. Shutting down the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE modules through HP P6000 Command View is not supported. You must use the CLI to shut down the modules and then power cycle the array to power on the modules after the shutdown.
  • Page 46: Locating The Iscsi Or Iscsi/Fcoe Modules

    Locating the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE modules A blue UID LED (1, Figure 41 (page 46)) on each P6000 controller is shared by the array and the iSCSI and iSCSI/FCoE modules to indicate its location when the LED is flashing. The amber MEZZ LED (2, Figure 41 (page 46)) indicates the status of the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE module.
  • Page 47 Figure 42 Locate button in iSCSI Controller Properties Select Locate ON on the Locate Hardware Device window (Figure 43 (page 47)). Figure 43 Locate hardware device NOTE: The flashing blue Locate LED turns off after 15 minutes. Locating the iSCSI or iSCSI/FCoE modules...
  • Page 48: Connecting To The Management Module

    Change the host port default operating mode from the HP P6000 web-based operator control panel (WOCP) for a direct connect configuration. Access the HP P6000 WOCP to view array state and status information and edit basic configuration settings. See the HP P6000 WOCP user guide for more information.
  • Page 49: Connecting Through A Private Network

    IMPORTANT: If you change the password for the administrator or user account for the HP P6000 WOCP, be sure to record the new passwords since they cannot be cleared with resetting the management module. HP recommends that you change the default passwords.
  • Page 50: Accessing Hp P6000 Command View On The Management Module

    If you choose to connect the storage system directly to a server, you must change the host port operating mode to direct mode. If you do not change this mode, the storage system will be unable to communicate with your server. Use the HP P6000 WOCP to change the default operating mode.
  • Page 51: Accessing The Hp P6000 Wocp Through Hp P6000 Command View

    Repeat steps through 6for other ports where direct connect is desired. Close the HP P6000 WOCP and remove the Ethernet cable from the server, however, you may want to retain access to the ABM to initialize the storage cell, for example.
  • Page 52: Configuring Servers Using Hp P6000 Smartstart

    Configuring application servers using HP P6000 SmartStart You can use HP P6000 SmartStart to configure Windows or Linux applications servers (hosts). Insert the HP P6000 SmartStart CD in the drive of an application server. This may be the same server as your management server.
  • Page 53 diagnosis, and automatic, secure submission of hardware event notifications to HP, which will initiate a fast and accurate resolution, based on your product’s service level. Notifications may be sent to your authorized HP Channel Partner for on-site service, if configured and available in your country.
  • Page 54: Support And Other Resources

    9 Support and other resources Contacting HP HP technical support For worldwide technical support information, see the HP support website: http://www.hp.com/support Before contacting HP, collect the following information: Product model names and numbers Technical support registration number (if applicable) Product serial numbers Error messages Operating system type and revision level Detailed questions...
  • Page 55: Typographic Conventions

    HP Software Downloads: http://www.hp.com/support/downloads HP Software Depot: http://www.software.hp.com HP Single Point of Connectivity Knowledge (SPOCK): http://www.hp.com/storage/spock HP StorageWorks SAN manuals: http://www.hp.com/go/sdgmanuals Typographic conventions Table 4 Document conventions Convention Uses Blue text: Table 4 (page 55) Cross-reference links and email addresses Blue, underlined text: http://www.hp.com Website addresses...
  • Page 56: Customer Self Repair

    Customer self repair HP customer self repair (CSR) programs allow you to repair your StorageWorks product. If a CSR part needs replacing, HP ships the part directly to you so that you can install it at your convenience. Some parts do not qualify for CSR. Your HP-authorized service provider will determine whether a repair can be accomplished by CSR.
  • Page 57 NOTE: For products ordered as bundled products that contain multiple products, the product number and serial number needed for service and support is shown in the circled area in Figure 47 (page 57), callout 3. Figure 47 Location of WWN and serial number for bundled products Location of WWN and serial number...
  • Page 58: A Cabling The P6300/P6500 Eva

    A Cabling the P6300/P6500 EVA This appendix describes cabling instructions for the P6300/P6500 EVA. If you are using the P6300/P6500 EVA Fibre Channel controller and plan to configure it with an external iSCSI device, see the HP MPX200 Multifunction Router User Guide, which is available at: http://www.hp.com/support/manuals Under storage, select Storage Networking, and then select HP MPX200 Multifunction Router under Routers/Gateways/Multiplexers.
  • Page 59 Connect the controller enclosure to I/O module A (green ports) on the top and bottom disk enclosures. This cabling represents one of the redundant paths for fault tolerance. Port P1 on I/O module A of the top disk enclosure and port P2 on I/O module A of the bottom disk enclosure represent the beginning and end of the path.
  • Page 60 Connect the controller enclosure to I/O module B (red ports) on the top and bottom disk enclosures. This cabling represents the second redundant path (P1 on I/O module B of the top disk enclosure and P2 on I/O module B of the bottom disk enclosure). Figure 49 Cabling the second redundant path Cabling the P6300/P6500 EVA...
  • Page 61 Connect the disk enclosures together to complete the connectivity. Figure 50 Cabling the disk enclosures Connecting P6300 EVA controllers to the disk enclosures (2C6D)
  • Page 62 Figure 51 (page 62) shows the complete cabling for the P6300 EVA 2C6D configuration. Figure 51 Complete cabling for the P6300 EVA 2C6D Cabling the P6300/P6500 EVA...
  • Page 63: Connecting P6500 Eva Controllers To The Disk Enclosures (2C6D)

    Connecting P6500 EVA controllers to the disk enclosures (2C6D) Y-cables (see Figure 52 (page 63)) are used to connect the P6500 and enable each controller port to act as two ports. The Y-cables provide connectivity to each SAS domain (indicated as DP- 1 and DP-2 on the cables in the diagrams).
  • Page 64 Figure 53 Connecting the redundant paths in each SAS domain Cabling the P6300/P6500 EVA...
  • Page 65 Connect the disk enclosures in each group of disk enclosures together to complete the connectivity. Figure 54 Cabling the disk enclosures together Connecting P6500 EVA controllers to the disk enclosures (2C6D)
  • Page 66 Figure 55 (page 66) shows the complete cabling for the P6500 EVA 2C6D configuration. Figure 55 Complete cabling for the P6500 EVA 2C6D Cabling the P6300/P6500 EVA...
  • Page 67: Connecting The P6300/P6500 Eva To Servers And Switches

    Connecting the P6300/P6500 EVA to servers and switches Fibre Channel You can connect the front end of the P6300/P6500 EVA FC controllers either to external Fibre Channel switches or directly to servers. The standard host port connectivity rule is to connect even controller ports to one fabric and odd controller ports to the other fabric.
  • Page 68 Figure 57 Cabling the controller to front end components—Fibre Channel to switch detail view with array-based management 1. File server 2. Database server 3. Fiber channel switch 4. LED status indicators for cabling connections to disk enclosures. See Figure 51 (page 62) Figure 55 (page 66) for cabling connections.
  • Page 69 Figure 58 Cabling the controller to front end components—Direct Fibre Channel to servers with server-based management 1. Management server 2. Database server 3. LED status indicators for cabling connections to disk enclosures. See Figure 51 (page 62) Figure 55 (page 66) for cabling connections.
  • Page 70: Iscsi And Iscsi/Fcoe

    Figure 59 Cabling the controller to front end component—direct Fibre Channel to servers with array-based management 1. File server 2. Database server 3. Indicates cabling connections to disk enclosures. See Figure 51 (page 62) Figure 55 (page 66) for cabling connections.
  • Page 71 Figure 60 P6300 iSCSI and FC connections 1. Isolated servers 4. SAN switches 2. Datacenter servers with FC and Ethernet 5. Management server running HP P6000 Command View adapters 3. Ethernet switches 6. Cabling connections to disk enclosures Connecting the P6300/P6500 EVA to servers and switches...
  • Page 72 Figure 61 P6500 FCoE and FC connections 1. Isolated servers with converged network 4. Ethernet switches adapters 2. Datacenter servers with converged 5. Management server running HP P6000 Command View network adapters 3. Converged network switches 6. Cabling connections to disk enclosures Cabling the P6300/P6500 EVA...
  • Page 73 Figure 62 P6500 iSCSI, FCoE, and FC connections 1. Isolated servers 4. Converged network switches 2. Datacenter servers with converged 5. Management server running HP P6000 Command View with a network adapters converged network adapter 3. Ethernet switches 6. Cabling connections to disk enclosures...
  • Page 74 Figure 63 P6500 iSCSI/FCoE connections 1. Blade servers with converged network 3. DCB Ethernet/FCoE switches adapters 2. Pass-through or FIP snooping DCB 4. Ethernet network switches Cabling the P6300/P6500 EVA...

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