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HP XP P9500 User Manual: Configure Disk Arrays And Define Logical Paths

Continuous access synchronous for mainframe systems.
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Procedure 1 To define port attributes
1.
On the menu bar, click Actions > Remote Copy > Continuous Access Synchronous for Mainframe
> RCU Operation. The RCU Operation window opens.
2.
Change to Modify mode by clicking the
3.
In the Switch Display box, select Port. The ports associated with the local storage system are
listed.
4.
Right-click the port that you want to configure and select the desired port type (Initiator, RCU
Target, or Target).
5.
When you have modified all the ports you want, review the Preview list.
To change the attribute that you set for a port, right-click the port in the full upper list and
select the new attribute.
To cancel a modification, right-click the port in the Preview list and select Delete.
6.
When you are satisfied, click Apply to save your modifications in the system.

Configure disk arrays and define logical paths

You configure the main and remote system for Continuous Access Synchronous Z by adding an
RCU to the main system. This prepares both systems for Continuous Access Synchronous Z commands
and operations. During the procedure, logical paths will also be set up between the systems.
Prerequisite information
This procedure is performed on the main system.
The main and remote system must be ready for Continuous Access Synchronous Z operations.
See
"Preparing P9500 disk arrays" (page 25)
The data path must be set up. See
The port attributes on the main and remote system must be configured for Continuous Access
Synchronous Z. See
The remote system serial number, LDKC, controller ID, and port numbers are required. The
secondary SSID may also be required.
To configure the Continuous Access Synchronous Z systems and define logical paths
46
Configuration operations
"Planning data paths" (page 34)
"Define port attributes" (page
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