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    Also, note that in this document the ETERNUS2000 models 100 and 200, ETERNUS4000 mod- els 300, 400, 500, and 600, and ETERNUS8000 models 700, 800, 900, 1100, 1200, 2100, and 2200 Disk storage systems are collectively referred to as ETERNUS Disk storage systems. Third Edition...

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    After reading, store this manual in a safe place for future reference. FUJITSU has made every effort to ensure the safety of the users and other personnel, and to prevent property damage. When using this product, carefully follow the instructions described in this manual.

  • Page 5: Naming Conventions

    • "iSCSI port" or "Channel Adapter" (CA) refers to the iSCSI interface module used in the ETERNUS Disk storage systems to connect to the server. • "LAN card" refers to the iSCSI interface module normally used in the server. A "Network Interface Card"...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Checking the Server Information ..........12 Chapter 5 Installing and Setting Up ETERNUSmgr ......13 Chapter 6 Setting Up the ETERNUS Disk Storage Systems ....14 Chapter 7 Installing the iSCSI Software Initiator and Setting Up the Server .............15 Installing the iSCSI Software Initiator ............... 15 Setting Up the Server ..................

  • Page 7: Chapter 1 Workflow

    ETERNUSmgr User Guide Workflow Install ETERNUSmgr and Set Up the ETERNUS Disk Storage System If ETERNUSmgr is to be used, install it and set up the ETERNUS Disk storage system. Refer "Chapter 4 Checking the Server Information" (page 12) "Chapter 5 Installing and Setting Up ETERNUSmgr" (page 13) "Chapter 6 Setting Up the ETERNUS Disk Storage Systems"...

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    "Chapter 7 Installing the iSCSI Software Initiator and Setting Up the Server" (page 15) Set the Server to Recognize the Logical Units Set up the server so that it can recognize the ETERNUS Disk storage system logical units (LUN). Refer "8.2 Logical Unit Recognition"...

  • Page 9: Chapter 2 Checking The Server Environment

    Refer to the "Server Support Matrix" for details. Network Interface Card Refer to the "Server Support Matrix" for details. Multipath Configuration Refer to the "Server Support Matrix" for details. P3AM-4182-03ENZ0 Server Connection Guide (iSCSI) for Oracle Solaris Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED...

  • Page 10: Chapter 3 Notes

    Notes LAN Environment Notes • The ETERNUS Disk storage system can be connected to a server via an existing LAN. However, a decrease in LAN performance may be observed by prior users of said LAN. • For the iSCSI LAN (used to transfer data), do not set multipath configuration with IP Network Multipathing (IPMP).

  • Page 11: Server Startup And Power Supply Control Notes

    Similarly, the LAN switches must also be turned off after the connected servers have been shut down. If turned off, data writes from the running server cannot be saved to the ETERNUS Disk storage systems, and already saved data may also be affected.

  • Page 12: Chapter 4 Checking The Server Information

    Chapter 4 Checking the Server Information The server information registered in the ETERNUS Disk storage system should be checked. A variety of commands are used to check the following server information. • iSCSI Software Initiator Since iSCSI Software Initiator is provided with the OS, installation is not required.

  • Page 13: Chapter 5 Installing And Setting Up Eternusmgr

    If ETERNUSmgr is to be used, install it according to the directions given in the "ETERNUSmgr Install Guide". After the installation, set up ETERNUSmgr following the instructions in the "ETERNUSmgr User Guide". P3AM-4182-03ENZ0 Server Connection Guide (iSCSI) for Oracle Solaris Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED...

  • Page 14: Chapter 6 Setting Up The Eternus Disk Storage Systems

    Set up the ETERNUS Disk storage systems using ETERNUSmgr. ETERNUS Disk storage systems' setup can be performed independently of server setup. For details on how to perform these settings, refer to the "ETERNUS Disk storage systems Server Connection Guide (iSCSI) ETERNUS Disk Storage System Settings for ETERNUS2000" or "ETERNUS Disk storage systems Server Connection Guide (iSCSI) ETERNUS Disk Storage...

  • Page 15: Chapter 7 Installing The Iscsi Software Initiator And Setting Up The Server

    "7.2.2 iSCSI Basic Settings" (page 17) Bidirectional "7.2.3 Server Settings when CHAP Authentication is Used" (page 19) CHAP authentication "7.2.4 Server Settings when Bidirectional CHAP Authentication is Used" (page 21) P3AM-4182-03ENZ0 Server Connection Guide (iSCSI) for Oracle Solaris Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED...

  • Page 16: Setting Up The Command Queue Depth

    Setting Up the Command Queue Depth Set the number of commands allowed to be queued (command queue depth) on each LUN in the ETERNUS Disk storage systems from the LAN card. This setting optimizes the connection between the ETERNUS Disk storage systems and the server.

  • Page 17: Iscsi Basic Settings

    Set the iSCSI Target IP address(es). To connect the iSCSI Target, specify the IP address of each iSCSI CA port of the ETERNUS Disk storage system that is to be an iSCSI Target, as a "discovery-address". IP_address # iscsiadm add discovery-address...

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    # iscsiadm add discovery-address 192.1.1.120 # iscsiadm add discovery-address 192.1.1.121 Enable the connection to the iSCSI Target. Enable the connection to the ETERNUS Disk storage system that is to be the iSCSI Tar- get. # iscsiadm modify discovery -t enable Create an iSCSI device link.

  • Page 19: Server Settings When Chap Authentication Is Used

    Procedure Set the Initiator secret. This is a password that must be set so that the Initiator can connect to the target ETERNUS Disk storage system. The CHAP secret set here must match that set in Target information. Example: To set the password "initiator000"...

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    If CHAP is disabled, use the "iscsiadm" command to enable it. # iscsiadm modify target-param -a CHAP Target_name Example: To set "iqn.2000-09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm0" and "iqn.2000- 09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm1" as the target CHAP names #iscsiadm modify target-param -a CHAP iqn.2000-09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm0 #iscsiadm modify target-param -a CHAP iqn.2000-09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm1 End of procedure...

  • Page 21: Server Settings When Bidirectional Chap Authentication Is Used

    Example: To set "iqn.2000-09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm0" and "iqn.2000- 09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm1" as the target names # iscsiadm modify target-param -B enable iqn.2000-09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm0 # iscsiadm modify target-param -B enable iqn.2000-09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm1 Set the authentication method to CHAP on the Initiator. # iscsiadm modify target-param --authentication CHAP Target_name Example: To set "iqn.2000-09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm0"...

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    Set a CHAP name on the Initiator. # iscsiadm modify target-param --CHAP-name Target_CHAP_name Target_name Example: To set "iqn.1986-03.com.sun:01:00144f565a49.47677520" as the CHAP name, and "iqn.2000-09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm0" and "iqn.2000- 09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm1" as the target names # iscsiadm modify target-param --CHAP-name iqn.1986-03.com.sun:01:00144f565a49.47677520 iqn.2000-09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm0 # iscsiadm modify target-param --CHAP-name iqn.1986-03.com.sun:01:00144f565a49.47677520 iqn.2000-09.com.fujitsu:storage-system.e2000:00001001-cm1...

  • Page 23: Chapter 8 Checking Connections

    After checking that the ETERNUS Disk storage systems' Ready LED is lit, turn on the server. End of procedure Logical Unit Recognition Check the state of the ETERNUS Disk storage system LUNs (logical units) using the "format" command. Example: ETERNUS2000 # format Searching for disks...done...

  • Page 24: Chapter 9 Setting Up The Multipath Configuration

    Reconfigure and restart the server to effect the new settings. # touch /reconfigure # /usr/sbin/shutdown -y -g0 -i6 Use the "format" command to check the MPxIO multipath status after multipathing is set up. P3AM-4182-03ENZ0 Server Connection Guide (iSCSI) for Oracle Solaris Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED...

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    AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS: 0. c2t0d0 <FUJITSU-MAW3073NCSUN72G-1703 cyl 14087 alt 2 hd 24 sec 424> /pci@1f,700000/scsi@2/sd@0,0 1. c5t600000E00D0000000000100101440000d0 <FUJITSU- E2000-0000 cyl 510 alt 2 hd 64 sec 256> /scsi_vhci/ssd@g600000e00d0000000000100101440000 2. c5t600000E00D0000000000100101430000d0 <FUJITSU- E2000-0000 cyl 510 alt 2 hd 64 sec 256>...

  • Page 26: Chapter 10 Creating A File System

    Create a file system on the storage system disks in exactly the same way as for a normal server. For single-path connection Example command: # newfs /dev/rdsk/c2t16d0s6 For multipath connection Example command: # newfs /dev/rdsk/c7t600E000000A800000067902400000000d0s6 P3AM-4182-03ENZ0 Server Connection Guide (iSCSI) for Oracle Solaris Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED...

  • Page 27: December

    • Fujitsu assumes no liability for damages to third party copyrights or other rights arising from the use of any information in this manual. •...

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