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HP 6400/8400 User Manual (408 pages)

HP StorageWorks MPX200 Multifunction Router User Guide (5697-0202, February 2010)  
Brand: HP | Category: Network Router | Size: 15.09 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Multifunction Router Overview21................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Features21................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Part Numbers And Options21................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Configuration Options23................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Single-blade Fabric-attached Configuration24................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Dual-blade Fabric-attached Configuration24................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Single-blade Multi-eva Configuration25................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Dual-blade Multi-eva Configuration25................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Dual-blade Direct Connect To One Eva Configuration26................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Single-blade Direct Connect To One Eva Configuration26................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Dual-blade Direct Connect To Two Eva Configuration26................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Mpx200 Installation27................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Blade Configurations27................................................................................................................................................................
Total Number Of Initiators28................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Paths Required Per Initiator28................................................................................................................................................................
Use Of Iscsi Ports28................................................................................................................................................................
Balancing The Load28................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Supported Configuration Maximums28................................................................................................................................................................
Gbe Initiators29................................................................................................................................................................
Chap Security29................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mpx20031................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Mounting The Mpx20031................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Components31................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Rails32................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Rails32................................................................................................................................................................
Inner Rack View33................................................................................................................................................................
Rear View34................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cord35................................................................................................................................................................
Bezel View36................................................................................................................................................................
Managing The Mpx200 Using Hp Command View Eva37................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Mpx200 Management Port37................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Zoning37................................................................................................................................................................
Open Zoning37................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Switch-based Zoning38................................................................................................................................................................
Open Zone Configuration38................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Eva Discovery39................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Zone Configuration39................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Devices Folder Properties39................................................................................................................................................................
Host Properties40................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Iscsi Ip Ports41................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Properties: Mgmt Port Tab41................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Date And Time On The Mpx20042................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Properties: Ip Ports Tab42................................................................................................................................................................
Code Load43................................................................................................................................................................
Set Iscsi Controller Time43................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down And Restarting The Mpx20044................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Or Restoring The Mpx200 Configuration44................................................................................................................................................................
Code Load Page For The Iscsi Controller44................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Shutdown Options44................................................................................................................................................................
Locating The Mpx20045................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Configuration Selection45................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Iscsi Controller46................................................................................................................................................................
Blue Led Locating Beacon46................................................................................................................................................................
Locate Hardware Device46................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Options: Remove Controller47................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Iscsi Configuration Rules And Guidelines49................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Rules And Supported Maximums49................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Storage System Rules And Guidelines50................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Eva Management Rules And Guidelines50................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Mpx200 Maximums50................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Storage System Software51................................................................................................................................................................
Features Supported For Iscsi Hosts51................................................................................................................................................................
Features Not Supported For Iscsi Hosts51................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Switch And Fabric Support52................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System And Multipath Software Support52................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines52................................................................................................................................................................
Support For Eva Storage System Software With Mpx200 Iscsi52................................................................................................................................................................
Apple Mac Os X Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines53................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines53................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines53................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Solaris Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines54................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines54................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server Iscsi Initiator55................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Ip Network Adapters55................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Network Requirements55................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Iscsi Initiator55................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Windows Server 2003 Kit56................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Properties: Discovery Tab57................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Host58................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Disk Properties59................................................................................................................................................................
Targets Tab60................................................................................................................................................................
Multipathing61................................................................................................................................................................
Differences Between Windows Server 2008 And Windows Server 200361................................................................................................................................................................
Mpio Options For The Mpx20061................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mpio Feature For Windows Server 200862................................................................................................................................................................
Select Features62................................................................................................................................................................
Mpio Mpio Properties Page Before Reboot63................................................................................................................................................................
Mpio Properties Page After Reboot63................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mpio Feature For Windows Server 200364................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Scalable Networking Pack64................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Wizard64................................................................................................................................................................
Software Update Installation Wizard64................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Snp For The Hp Nc3xxx Multifunction Gigabit Server Adapter65................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Setup For Apple Mac Os X (single-path)65................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Iscsi Initiator For Apple Mac Os X65................................................................................................................................................................
Discover Targets66................................................................................................................................................................
Add Static Ip Address66................................................................................................................................................................
Discovered Targets List67................................................................................................................................................................
Isns Discovery And Verification67................................................................................................................................................................
Discovered Targets68................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Newly Added Target69................................................................................................................................................................
Select Status69................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Storage For Apple Mac Os X70................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Setup For Linux70................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Configuring The Suse Linux Enterprise 10 Iscsi Driver70................................................................................................................................................................
Presented Eva Luns70................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Iscsi Initiator And Targets71................................................................................................................................................................
Discovered Targets Tab71................................................................................................................................................................
Log In To The Target72................................................................................................................................................................
Connected Targets Tab73................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Device Names75................................................................................................................................................................
Target Bindings76................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting File Systems76................................................................................................................................................................
Unmounting File Systems76................................................................................................................................................................
Presenting Eva Storage For Linux77................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Setup For Vmware77................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Tab78................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Properties Dialog Box79................................................................................................................................................................
General Properties Dialog Box80................................................................................................................................................................
Add Send Target Server Dialog Box81................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Multipath With The Solaris 10 Iscsi Initiator82................................................................................................................................................................
Rescan Dialog Box82................................................................................................................................................................
Mpxio Overview83................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Microsoft Mpio Iscsi Devices91................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Mpio For Iscsi Load-balancing Policies92................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Mpio Properties92................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Mpio With Qlogic Iscsi Hba93................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Qlogic Iscsi Hba93................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Microsoft Iscsi Initiator Services And Mpio93................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Qlogic Iscsi Hba94................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Iscsi Initiator Installation94................................................................................................................................................................
Connect To Host Window95................................................................................................................................................................
Start General Configuration Wizard95................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Targets To The Qlogic Iscsi Initiator96................................................................................................................................................................
Hba Port Target Configuration Window96................................................................................................................................................................
Target Settings Tab96................................................................................................................................................................
Presenting Luns To The Qlogic Iscsi Initiator97................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Hp Mpio Full Featured Dsm For Eva97................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Hba Port Connections97................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows Cluster Support98................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Cluster Server For Windows 200398................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Mpio Dsm Manager With Iscsi Devices98................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Cluster Server For Windows 200899................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Persistent Reservation Setup99................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Authentication100................................................................................................................................................................
Chap Restrictions100................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Initiator Chap Secret Restrictions101................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Chap Restrictions101................................................................................................................................................................
Atto Macintosh Chap Restrictions101................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Chap Policies101................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Session Types101................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Chap Modes101................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Single-direction Chap During Discovery Session And Normal Session102................................................................................................................................................................
Chap Single-direction Settings102................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Chap For The Mpx200-discovered Iscsi Initiator Entry103................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Chap For The Microsoft Iscsi Initiator103................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Chap For The Open-iscsi Iscsi Initiator104................................................................................................................................................................
Session106................................................................................................................................................................
Chap Bi-directional Settings107................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Fcip113................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Basic Fcip Configuration113................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Fcip Network Structure Example114................................................................................................................................................................
Using Fcip To Encapsulate Fc Packets114................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Impact On Existing Iscsi Configurations114................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 High-availability Configuration With Fully-redundant Long-distance Links114................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Impact On Existing Iscsi Configurations Single Fabric Per Blade115................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip And Iscsi Performance116................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Iscsi/fcip Configurations116................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Impact On Existing Iscsi Configurations — Dual Fabrics Per Blade116................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Basic Fcip Configuration With One Or Two Long-distance Links117................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 High-availability Configuration With One Or Two Long-distance Links118................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Configuration With Remote Ip Distance Gateway (mpx110)118................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Highly-redundant Configuration With One Or Two Long-distance Lists119................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Highly Redundant Pairs Of Gateways With Fully-redundant Long-distance Links119................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Simultaneous Iscsi And Fcip With Remote Dedicated Fcip Blade120................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Simultaneous Iscsi And Fcip, Both Local And Remote120................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva 3 Site Configurations121................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Iscsi And Fcip Dedicated Blades, Both Local And Remote121................................................................................................................................................................
Site Configuration With Four Mpx200 Routers122................................................................................................................................................................
Site Configuration With Six Mpx200 Routers122................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva 3 Site Configuration With Four Mpx200 Routers122................................................................................................................................................................
Site Configuration With Eight Mpx200 Routers123................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva 3 Site Configuration With Six Mpx200 Routers123................................................................................................................................................................
Site Configuration With Six Mpx200 Routers And Full Inter-site Connectivity124................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva 3 Site Configuration With Eight Mpx200 Routers124................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Rules And Guidelines125................................................................................................................................................................
General Configuration Rules125................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva 3 Site Configuration With Six Mpx200 Router Full Peer-to-peer Connectivity125................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System And Multipath Support126................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Switch And Firmware Support126................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Ip Bandwidth And Maximum Dr Groups126................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For The Mpx200 With Xcs And Vcs127................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Performance Tuning128................................................................................................................................................................
Distance128................................................................................................................................................................
Bandwidth128................................................................................................................................................................
Latency128................................................................................................................................................................
Mtu/jumbo Frames128................................................................................................................................................................
Compression129................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp Window Size/scaling Performance Tuning129................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying The Window Size And Scaling Factor129................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp Window Size Scale Factors129................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp Window Size Recommendations130................................................................................................................................................................
T1/ds-1 1.554 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 1 Mb)130................................................................................................................................................................
T3/ds-3 45 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 43 Mb)130................................................................................................................................................................
Oc—1 50 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 50 Mb)131................................................................................................................................................................
Oc—3 150 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 148 Mb)131................................................................................................................................................................
Ds 5 400 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 384 Mb)132................................................................................................................................................................
Oc—12 621 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 699 Mb)132................................................................................................................................................................
Oc—24 And Above 1.244 Gb/sec (bandwidth = 1000 Mb)132................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Fcip Route133................................................................................................................................................................
Step 1. Verify Your System Requirements133................................................................................................................................................................
Step 2. Pre-installation Checklist133................................................................................................................................................................
Step 3. Rack-mount The Mpx200134................................................................................................................................................................
Step 4. Install The Sfps134................................................................................................................................................................
Step 5. Set The Mpx200 Management Port Parameters134................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Ports And Leds135................................................................................................................................................................
Step 6. Configure The Mpx200 Fcip Route Parameters136................................................................................................................................................................
Install Fcip License136................................................................................................................................................................
Critical Fcip Performance Settings136................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Ip Addresses136................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip License Add136................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Fcip Routes Using The Cli137................................................................................................................................................................
Step 7. Configure Fc Switch Settings For The Mpx200137................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Fcip Routes Using The Cli137................................................................................................................................................................
Step 8. Cable The Mpx200 Fc, Ge And Management Ports138................................................................................................................................................................
Step 9. Verify Fcip Links And Firmware Version138................................................................................................................................................................
Offline Data Migration139................................................................................................................................................................
Features Overview139................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Details140................................................................................................................................................................
Job Scheduling140................................................................................................................................................................
Immediate Schedule140................................................................................................................................................................
Delayed Schedule140................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Schedule140................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Job Groups141................................................................................................................................................................
Array Properties141................................................................................................................................................................
Protection142................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Jobs142................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Job Attributes142................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Job States143................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Job Commands143................................................................................................................................................................
Logs143................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started144................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Configurations144................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Configuration144................................................................................................................................................................
Single And Dual Blade High-availability Setup144................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Fibre Channel Fabrics145................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Storage Arrays145................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Between Dissimilar Vendor Sans145................................................................................................................................................................
Best Practices146................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Considerations146................................................................................................................................................................
High Availability And Redundant Configurations146................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing The Right Dms Options147................................................................................................................................................................
General Precautions147................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mpx200 Mpx Manager For Data Migration Services148................................................................................................................................................................
Download The Application148................................................................................................................................................................
Component Requirements148................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Mpx Manager For Data Migration Services For Windows149................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Mpx Manager For Data Migration Services For Linux149................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Mpx Manager For Data Migration Services For Mac Os X149................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware And Software Setup149................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Setup150................................................................................................................................................................
Software Setup150................................................................................................................................................................
Using Dms150................................................................................................................................................................
General Steps For Data Migration150................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Array Properties151................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Array Properties In The Gui151................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Array Properties: Target Type152................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Array Properties In The Cli153................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Array Bandwidth153................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Data Migration Job Group154................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Data Migration Job Group In The Cli155................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Data Migration Wizard155................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Data Migration Wizard155................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling An Individual Data Migration Job In The Gui156................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Schedule Options: Individual Job156................................................................................................................................................................
Create Data Migration Job: Individual Job157................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling An Individual Data Migration Job In The Cli158................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Jobs: Individual158................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Data Migration Jobs In Batch Mode161................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Schedule Options: Batch Mode161................................................................................................................................................................
Create Data Migration Job: Batch162................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Serial Scheduled Jobs163................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Data Migration Jobs Options163................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating Data To An Eva Array Configured For Iscsi164................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Dms Iscsi Host Entry With Hp Command View Eva164................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Luns To The Dms Iscsi Host Entry With Hp Command View Eva165................................................................................................................................................................
Dms Iscsi Host Entry In Hp Command View Eva165................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Disk Creation166................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Status Of Data Migration Jobs167................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Data Migration Job Status In The Gui167................................................................................................................................................................
Dms Virtual Disk Presentation167................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Data Migration Jobs Status In The Cli168................................................................................................................................................................
Active Data Migration Jobs168................................................................................................................................................................
Rescanning Targets169................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Job Details And Controlling Job Actions170................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Job Details And Controlling Job Actions In The Gui170................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Migration Job Details171................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Job Details And Controlling Job Actions In The Cli172................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing System And Data Migration Job Logs173................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Logs In The Gui174................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx Log: System Log174................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx Log: Migration Log176................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Logs In The Cli177................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Verify Migration Job Wizard178................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Verify Migration Job Wizard178................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Verification Of Job Options179................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Migration Job Wizard179................................................................................................................................................................
Acknowledging A Data Migration Job180................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Jobs Options180................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Offline Array181................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Licenses181................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Data Migration Licenses181................................................................................................................................................................
Capacity-based Licenses181................................................................................................................................................................
Array-based Licenses181................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Data Migration License Key In The Gui182................................................................................................................................................................
New License Key Dialog Box182................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Data Migration License Key In The Cli183................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Array-based License To A Specific Array183................................................................................................................................................................
Add License Dialog Box183................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Array-based License To A Specific Array In The Gui184................................................................................................................................................................
License Array Dialog Box185................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Array-based License To A Specific Array In The Cli186................................................................................................................................................................
Information Page Showing Array Is Licensed186................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Data Migration License Usage In The Gui187................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Data Migration License Usage In The Cli187................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Data Migration License Usage187................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Info187................................................................................................................................................................
Admin Session188................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Interface188................................................................................................................................................................
User Accounts188................................................................................................................................................................
User Sessions188................................................................................................................................................................
Miguser Session189................................................................................................................................................................
Commands189................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Commands189................................................................................................................................................................
Set System191................................................................................................................................................................
Set Features192................................................................................................................................................................
Set Array194................................................................................................................................................................
Set Vpgroups195................................................................................................................................................................
Migration_group Add196................................................................................................................................................................
Migration_group Remove197................................................................................................................................................................
Migration_group Edit198................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Add199................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Rm201................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Stop202................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Start203................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Pause204................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Resume205................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Acknowledge206................................................................................................................................................................
Start_serial_jobs207................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Add208................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Rm210................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Stop211................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Start212................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Pause213................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Resume214................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Acknowledge215................................................................................................................................................................
Show Migration217................................................................................................................................................................
Show Array218................................................................................................................................................................
Show Luninfo220................................................................................................................................................................
Show Migration_luninfo221................................................................................................................................................................
Show Migration_params223................................................................................................................................................................
Show Mgmt224................................................................................................................................................................
Show Memory225................................................................................................................................................................
Show Properties226................................................................................................................................................................
Show Migration_usage227................................................................................................................................................................
Show Perf228................................................................................................................................................................
Show Perf Byte229................................................................................................................................................................
Show Features230................................................................................................................................................................
Show Migration_logs231................................................................................................................................................................
Show Logs232................................................................................................................................................................
Show Luns233................................................................................................................................................................
Show Targets235................................................................................................................................................................
Show Vpgroups236................................................................................................................................................................
Target Rescan237................................................................................................................................................................
Save Capture238................................................................................................................................................................
Array Rm239................................................................................................................................................................
Array_licensed_port Rm240................................................................................................................................................................
Readjust_priority241................................................................................................................................................................
Show Compare_luns242................................................................................................................................................................
Performance242................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Factors242................................................................................................................................................................
Maximizing Performance243................................................................................................................................................................
Optimal Configuration And Zoning243................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hp Msa2012fc Storage Array243................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2012fc Array Behavior243................................................................................................................................................................
Using Array-based Licenses For Msa2012fc Array244................................................................................................................................................................
Workaround For The Use Of A Single Array License For The Msa2012fc244................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions245................................................................................................................................................................
Reconfiguring Luns On A Storage Array245................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Array After Completing Data Migration Jobs245................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting245................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics And Troubleshooting249................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Chassis Diagnostics249................................................................................................................................................................
Input Power Led Is Extinguished249................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Chassis Diagnostic Leds249................................................................................................................................................................
System Fault Led Is Illuminated250................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on Self-test (post) Diagnostics250................................................................................................................................................................
Heartbeat Led Blink Patterns250................................................................................................................................................................
Normal Blink Pattern250................................................................................................................................................................
System Error Blink Pattern250................................................................................................................................................................
Locating The Mpx200 Blade251................................................................................................................................................................
Management Port Ip Address Conflict Blink Pattern251................................................................................................................................................................
Over-temperature Blink Pattern251................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Beacon On Command To Locate An Mpx200 Blade251................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Log Data252................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Statistics252................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Ping Command252................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hp Command View Eva To Locate A Hardware Device252................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Using Hp Command View Eva253................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Route Ping Command253................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Properties253................................................................................................................................................................
Issues And Solutions254................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Eva Does Not Discover Mpx200254................................................................................................................................................................
Initiator Cannot Log In To Mpx200 Iscsi Target254................................................................................................................................................................
Initiator Logs In To Mpx200 Iscsi Target, But Eva-assigned Luns Do Not Appear On Initiator254................................................................................................................................................................
Eva-presented Virtual Disk Not Seen By Initiator255................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Disk Properties: Host Details255................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Properties: Targets Tab255................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Between Hp Command View Eva And Mpx200 Is Down256................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Eva Issues And Solutions256................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources259................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience259................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation259................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp260................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support260................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service260................................................................................................................................................................
Product Feedback260................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback260................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information260................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites260................................................................................................................................................................
Typographical Conventions261................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions261................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Stability262................................................................................................................................................................
Product Warranties262................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Completion263................................................................................................................................................................
Authority Requirements263................................................................................................................................................................
A Command Reference263................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax263................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Completion Keystrokes263................................................................................................................................................................
Admin264................................................................................................................................................................
Beacon265................................................................................................................................................................
Blade265................................................................................................................................................................
Clear265................................................................................................................................................................
Date266................................................................................................................................................................
Exit266................................................................................................................................................................
Fciproute267................................................................................................................................................................
Help269................................................................................................................................................................
History271................................................................................................................................................................
Image271................................................................................................................................................................
Initiator272................................................................................................................................................................
Logout273................................................................................................................................................................
Lunmask273................................................................................................................................................................
Passwd275................................................................................................................................................................
Ping275................................................................................................................................................................
Quit276................................................................................................................................................................
Reboot276................................................................................................................................................................
Reset277................................................................................................................................................................
Save277................................................................................................................................................................
Set Alias279................................................................................................................................................................
Set Chap280................................................................................................................................................................
Set Chassis280................................................................................................................................................................
Set Iscsi282................................................................................................................................................................
Set Isns282................................................................................................................................................................
Set Mgmt283................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ntp283................................................................................................................................................................
Set Properties284................................................................................................................................................................
Set Snmp284................................................................................................................................................................
Show286................................................................................................................................................................
Show Chap288................................................................................................................................................................
Show Chassis289................................................................................................................................................................
Show Fciproutes290................................................................................................................................................................
Show Initiators291................................................................................................................................................................
Show Initiators Lunmask291................................................................................................................................................................
Show Iscsi292................................................................................................................................................................
Show Isns293................................................................................................................................................................
Show Lunmask295................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ntp296................................................................................................................................................................
Show Presented Targets298................................................................................................................................................................
Show Snmp299................................................................................................................................................................
Show Stats300................................................................................................................................................................
Show System302................................................................................................................................................................
Shutdown304................................................................................................................................................................
Target304................................................................................................................................................................
Traceroute305................................................................................................................................................................
B Command Line Interface Usage307................................................................................................................................................................
Logging On To An Mpx200307................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Guest Account308................................................................................................................................................................
Working With Mpx200 Router Configurations309................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying A Configuration309................................................................................................................................................................
Saving And Restoring Router Configurations309................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Router Configuration And Persistent Data310................................................................................................................................................................
C Simple Network Management Protocol Setup311................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Parameters311................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Trap Configuration Parameters312................................................................................................................................................................
Management Information Base312................................................................................................................................................................
Network Port Table312................................................................................................................................................................
Fc Port Table314................................................................................................................................................................
Initiator Object Table316................................................................................................................................................................
Lun Table318................................................................................................................................................................
Vp Group Table320................................................................................................................................................................
Sensor Table323................................................................................................................................................................
Notifications324................................................................................................................................................................
System Information Objects325................................................................................................................................................................
Notification Objects326................................................................................................................................................................
Agent Startup Notification326................................................................................................................................................................
Agent Shutdown Notification326................................................................................................................................................................
Network Port Down Notification326................................................................................................................................................................
Fc Port Down Notification327................................................................................................................................................................
Target Device Discovery327................................................................................................................................................................
Target Presentation (mapping)327................................................................................................................................................................
Vp Group Notification328................................................................................................................................................................
Sensor Notification328................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Notification329................................................................................................................................................................
D Log Messages331................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Log Messages331................................................................................................................................................................
E Regulatory Compliance And Safety355................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance355................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice For Class A Equipment355................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications355................................................................................................................................................................
Cables355................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers355................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Device355................................................................................................................................................................
Certification And Classification Information356................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Product Label356................................................................................................................................................................
Class 1 Laser Product Label356................................................................................................................................................................
International Notices And Statements357................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)357................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment357................................................................................................................................................................
Bsmi Notice357................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice357................................................................................................................................................................
Korean Notices358................................................................................................................................................................
Safety358................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice358................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Battery Recycling Notice359................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cords359................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Power Cord Statement359................................................................................................................................................................
Waste Electrical And Electronic Equipment Directive359................................................................................................................................................................
English Notice359................................................................................................................................................................
Dutch Notice360................................................................................................................................................................
Czechoslovakian Notice360................................................................................................................................................................
Estonian Notice360................................................................................................................................................................
Finnish Notice360................................................................................................................................................................
French Notice361................................................................................................................................................................
German Notice361................................................................................................................................................................
Greek Notice361................................................................................................................................................................
Hungarian Notice362................................................................................................................................................................
Italian Notice362................................................................................................................................................................
Latvian Notice362................................................................................................................................................................
Lithuanian Notice362................................................................................................................................................................
Polish Notice363................................................................................................................................................................
Portuguese Notice363................................................................................................................................................................
Slovakian Notice363................................................................................................................................................................
Slovenian Notice364................................................................................................................................................................
Spanish Notice364................................................................................................................................................................
Swedish Notice364................................................................................................................................................................
F Saving And Restoring The Mpx200 Configuration365................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Mpx200 Configuration365................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration Using The Mpx200 Cli365................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Mpx200 Configuration366................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Configuration Using The Mpx200 Cli366................................................................................................................................................................
G Data Migration Best Practices369................................................................................................................................................................
Overview369................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology369................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between Application Data And Physical Storage369................................................................................................................................................................
Lun Access To A Server370................................................................................................................................................................
Inventory Checklists371................................................................................................................................................................
Step 1. List The Source And Destination Storage Array371................................................................................................................................................................
Step 2. List The Servers Impacted By The Data Migration Project371................................................................................................................................................................
Step 3. List The Applications, Mount Points, And Paths To The Physical Devices371................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Array Information371................................................................................................................................................................
Server Information371................................................................................................................................................................
Step 4. List And Create Lun Id Mappings372................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Device Information372................................................................................................................................................................
Lun Id Mappings372................................................................................................................................................................
Step 5. List And Create Fibre Channel Zoning373................................................................................................................................................................
Performance And Downtime373................................................................................................................................................................
Optimizing Performance During Data Migration373................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-migration Fibre Channel Zoning Information373................................................................................................................................................................
Post-migration Fibre Channel Zoning Information373................................................................................................................................................................
Minimizing Downtime374................................................................................................................................................................
Before Application Downtime374................................................................................................................................................................
During Application Downtime374................................................................................................................................................................
Validating Integrity Of The Data375................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Systems Dependencies375................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Operating System375................................................................................................................................................................
Unix Operating System (hp_ux, Linux, Aix, Solaris)375................................................................................................................................................................
Checklist Examples376................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Storage Array Information376................................................................................................................................................................
Step 3. List The Applications, Mount Points, And Paths To The Physical Device377................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Server Information377................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Physical Device Information377................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Lun Id Mappings378................................................................................................................................................................
Example A: Pre-migration Fibre Channel Zoning Information378................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Luns To The Mpx200 For Data Migration379................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Luns From An Msa2012fc Array379................................................................................................................................................................
Example B: Pre-migration Fibre Channel Zoning Information379................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Post-migration Fibre Channel Zoning Information379................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Storage Management Utility380................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Wwpns In Storage Management Utility381................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Luns From An Msa1000/1500 Array382................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Luns In Storage Management Utility382................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Available Device(s)383................................................................................................................................................................
Entering A Connection Name383................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Luns From An Hds Array384................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Host Mode384................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Luns384................................................................................................................................................................
Changing To Management Mode385................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Port For New Host Group386................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Dm-host Nodes387................................................................................................................................................................
Array System Viewer388................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Luns From An Ibm Ds4k/ds5k/lsi Array389................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Mapping389................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Host To Define390................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Host391................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Host Operating System392................................................................................................................................................................
Defining Additional Mapping393................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Luns From An Eva 4/6/8000 Series Array394................................................................................................................................................................
Opening Hp Command View Eva394................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Luns From An Emc Clariion Array396................................................................................................................................................................
Presenting Vdisks396................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Enterprise Storage397................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Initiator Record398................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Storage Group399................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Dm-host To Storage Group400................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Luns To Dm-host401................................................................................................................................................................
Index403................................................................................................................................................................

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HP 6400/8400 User Manual

HP 6400/8400 User Manual (362 pages)

HP StorageWorks MPX200 Multifunction Router user guide (5697-0306, January 2010)  
Brand: HP | Category: Network Router | Size: 11.3 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Multifunction Router Overview19................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Features19................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Part Numbers And Options19................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Configuration Options21................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Single-blade Fabric-attached Configuration22................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Dual-blade Fabric-attached Configuration22................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Single-blade Multi-eva Configuration23................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Dual-blade Multi-eva Configuration23................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Mpx200 Installation24................................................................................................................................................................
Total Number Of Initiators24................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Supported Configuration Maximums24................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Paths Required Per Initiator25................................................................................................................................................................
Use Of Iscsi Ports25................................................................................................................................................................
Balancing The Load25................................................................................................................................................................
Gbe Initiators25................................................................................................................................................................
Chap Security25................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mpx20027................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Mounting The Mpx20027................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Components27................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Rails28................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Rails28................................................................................................................................................................
Inner Rack View29................................................................................................................................................................
Rear View30................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cord31................................................................................................................................................................
Bezel View32................................................................................................................................................................
Managing The Mpx200 Using Hp Command View Eva33................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Mpx200 Management Port33................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Zoning33................................................................................................................................................................
Open Zoning33................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Switch-based Zoning34................................................................................................................................................................
Open Zone Configuration34................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Eva Discovery35................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Zone Configuration35................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Devices Folder Properties35................................................................................................................................................................
Host Properties36................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Iscsi Ip Ports37................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Properties: Mgmt Port Tab37................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Date And Time On The Mpx20038................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Properties: Ip Ports Tab38................................................................................................................................................................
Code Load39................................................................................................................................................................
Set Iscsi Controller Time39................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down And Restarting The Mpx20040................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Or Restoring The Mpx200 Configuration40................................................................................................................................................................
Code Load Page For The Iscsi Controller40................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Shutdown Options40................................................................................................................................................................
Locating The Mpx20041................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Configuration Selection41................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Iscsi Controller42................................................................................................................................................................
Blue Led Locating Beacon42................................................................................................................................................................
Locate Hardware Device42................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Options: Remove Controller43................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Iscsi Configuration Rules And Guidelines45................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Rules And Supported Maximums45................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Storage System Rules And Guidelines46................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Eva Management Rules And Guidelines46................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Mpx200 Maximums46................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Storage System Software47................................................................................................................................................................
Features Supported For Iscsi Hosts47................................................................................................................................................................
Features Not Supported For Iscsi Hosts47................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Switch And Fabric Support48................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System And Multipath Software Support48................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines48................................................................................................................................................................
Support For Eva Storage System Software With Mpx200 Iscsi48................................................................................................................................................................
Apple Mac Os X Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines49................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines49................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines49................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Solaris Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines50................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware Iscsi Initiator Rules And Guidelines50................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server Iscsi Initiator51................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Ip Network Adapters51................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Network Requirements51................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Iscsi Initiator51................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Windows Server 2003 Kit52................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Properties: Discovery Tab53................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Host54................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Disk Properties55................................................................................................................................................................
Host Details55................................................................................................................................................................
Targets Tab56................................................................................................................................................................
Multipathing57................................................................................................................................................................
Differences Between Windows Server 2008 And Windows Server 200357................................................................................................................................................................
Mpio Options For The Mpx20057................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mpio Feature For Windows Server 200858................................................................................................................................................................
Select Features58................................................................................................................................................................
Mpio Properties Page After Reboot59................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mpio Feature For Windows Server 200360................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Scalable Networking Pack60................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Wizard60................................................................................................................................................................
Software Update Installation Wizard60................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Snp For The Hp Nc3xxx Multifunction Gigabit Server Adapter61................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Setup For Apple Mac Os X (single-path)61................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Iscsi Initiator For Apple Mac Os X61................................................................................................................................................................
Discover Targets62................................................................................................................................................................
Add Static Ip Address62................................................................................................................................................................
Discovered Targets List63................................................................................................................................................................
Isns Discovery And Verification63................................................................................................................................................................
Discovered Targets64................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Newly Added Target65................................................................................................................................................................
Select Status65................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Storage For Apple Mac Os X66................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Setup For Linux66................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Configuring The Suse Linux Enterprise 10 Iscsi Driver66................................................................................................................................................................
Presented Eva Luns66................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Iscsi Initiator And Targets67................................................................................................................................................................
Discovered Targets Tab67................................................................................................................................................................
Log In To The Target68................................................................................................................................................................
Connected Targets Tab69................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Device Names71................................................................................................................................................................
Target Bindings72................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting File Systems72................................................................................................................................................................
Unmounting File Systems72................................................................................................................................................................
Presenting Eva Storage For Linux73................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Multipath With The Solaris 10 Iscsi Initiator73................................................................................................................................................................
Mpxio Overview73................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Microsoft Mpio Iscsi Devices81................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Mpio For Iscsi Load-balancing Policies82................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Mpio Properties82................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Mpio With Qlogic Iscsi Hba83................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Qlogic Iscsi Hba83................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Microsoft Iscsi Initiator Services And Mpio83................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Qlogic Iscsi Hba84................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Iscsi Initiator Installation84................................................................................................................................................................
Connect To Host Window85................................................................................................................................................................
Start General Configuration Wizard85................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Targets To The Qlogic Iscsi Initiator86................................................................................................................................................................
Hba Port Target Configuration Window86................................................................................................................................................................
Target Settings Tab86................................................................................................................................................................
Presenting Luns To The Qlogic Iscsi Initiator87................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Hp Mpio Full Featured Dsm For Eva87................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Hba Port Connections87................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Authentication88................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Mpio Dsm Manager With Iscsi Devices88................................................................................................................................................................
Chap Restrictions89................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Initiator Chap Secret Restrictions89................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Chap Restrictions89................................................................................................................................................................
Atto Macintosh Chap Restrictions89................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Chap Policies89................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Session Types89................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Chap Modes90................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Single-direction Chap During Discovery Session And Normal Session90................................................................................................................................................................
Chap Single-direction Settings90................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Chap For The Mpx200-discovered Iscsi Initiator Entry91................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Chap For The Microsoft Iscsi Initiator91................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Chap For The Open-iscsi Iscsi Initiator92................................................................................................................................................................
Session94................................................................................................................................................................
Chap Bi-directional Settings95................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Fcip101................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Fcip Product Description101................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Fcip Network Structure Example101................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Basic Fcip Configuration101................................................................................................................................................................
Using Fcip To Encapsulate Fc Packets102................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Impact On Existing Iscsi Configurations102................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 High-availability Configuration With Fully-redundant Long-distance Links102................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Impact On Existing Iscsi Configurations Single Fabric Per Blade103................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Impact On Existing Iscsi Configurations — Dual Fabrics Per Blade103................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Iscsi/fcip Configurations104................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Basic Fcip Configuration With One Or Two Long-distance Links104................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 High-availability Configuration With One Or Two Long-distance Links105................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Configuration With Remote Ip Distance Gateway (mpx110)105................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Highly-redundant Configuration With One Or Two Long-distance Lists106................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Highly Redundant Pairs Of Gateways With Fully-redundant Long-distance Links106................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Simultaneous Iscsi And Fcip With Remote Dedicated Fcip Blade107................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Simultaneous Iscsi And Fcip, Both Local And Remote107................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva 3 Site Configurations108................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Iscsi And Fcip Dedicated Blades, Both Local And Remote108................................................................................................................................................................
Site Configuration With Four Mpx200 Routers109................................................................................................................................................................
Site Configuration With Six Mpx200 Routers109................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva 3 Site Configuration With Four Mpx200 Routers109................................................................................................................................................................
Site Configuration With Eight Mpx200 Routers110................................................................................................................................................................
Site Configuration With Six Mpx200 Routers And Full Inter-site Connectivity111................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva 3 Site Configuration With Eight Mpx200 Routers111................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Rules And Guidelines112................................................................................................................................................................
General Configuration Rules112................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva 3 Site Configuration With Six Mpx200 Router Full Peer-to-peer Connectivity112................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System And Multipath Support113................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Switch And Firmware Support113................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Ip Bandwidth And Maximum Dr Groups113................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For The Mpx200 With Xcs And Vcs114................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Performance Tuning115................................................................................................................................................................
Distance115................................................................................................................................................................
Bandwidth115................................................................................................................................................................
Latency115................................................................................................................................................................
Mtu/jumbo Frames115................................................................................................................................................................
Compression116................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp Window Size/scaling Performance Tuning116................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying The Window Size And Scaling Factor116................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp Window Size Scale Factors116................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp Window Size Recommendations117................................................................................................................................................................
T1/ds-1 1.554 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 1 Mb)117................................................................................................................................................................
T3/ds-3 45 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 43 Mb)117................................................................................................................................................................
Oc—1 50 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 50 Mb)118................................................................................................................................................................
Oc—3 150 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 148 Mb)118................................................................................................................................................................
Ds 5 400 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 384 Mb)119................................................................................................................................................................
Oc—12 621 Mb/sec (bandwidth = 699 Mb)119................................................................................................................................................................
Oc—24 And Above 1.244 Gb/sec (bandwidth = 1000 Mb)119................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Fcip Route120................................................................................................................................................................
Step 1. Verify Your System Requirements120................................................................................................................................................................
Step 2. Pre-installation Checklist121................................................................................................................................................................
Step 3. Rack-mount The Mpx200121................................................................................................................................................................
Step 4. Install The Sfps121................................................................................................................................................................
Step 5. Set The Mpx200 Management Port Parameters121................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Ports And Leds122................................................................................................................................................................
Step 6. Configure The Mpx200 Fcip Route Parameters123................................................................................................................................................................
Install Fcip License123................................................................................................................................................................
Critical Fcip Performance Settings123................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Ip Addresses123................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip License Add123................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Fcip Routes Using The Cli124................................................................................................................................................................
Step 7. Configure Fc Switch Settings For The Mpx200124................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Fcip Routes Using The Cli124................................................................................................................................................................
Step 8. Cable The Mpx200 Fc, Ge And Management Ports125................................................................................................................................................................
Step 9. Verify Fcip Links And Firmware Version125................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics And Troubleshooting127................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Chassis Diagnostics127................................................................................................................................................................
Input Power Led Is Extinguished127................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Chassis Diagnostic Leds127................................................................................................................................................................
System Fault Led Is Illuminated128................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on Self-test (post) Diagnostics128................................................................................................................................................................
Heartbeat Led Blink Patterns128................................................................................................................................................................
Normal Blink Pattern128................................................................................................................................................................
System Error Blink Pattern128................................................................................................................................................................
Locating The Mpx200 Blade129................................................................................................................................................................
Management Port Ip Address Conflict Blink Pattern129................................................................................................................................................................
Over-temperature Blink Pattern129................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Beacon On Command To Locate An Mpx200 Blade129................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Log Data130................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Statistics130................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Ping Command130................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hp Command View Eva To Locate A Hardware Device130................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Using Hp Command View Eva131................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Route Ping Command131................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Controller Properties131................................................................................................................................................................
Issues And Solutions132................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Eva Does Not Discover Mpx200132................................................................................................................................................................
Initiator Cannot Log In To Mpx200 Iscsi Target132................................................................................................................................................................
Initiator Logs In To Mpx200 Iscsi Target, But Eva-assigned Luns Do Not Appear On Initiator132................................................................................................................................................................
Eva-presented Virtual Disk Not Seen By Initiator133................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Disk Properties: Host Details133................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Properties: Targets Tab133................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Between Hp Command View Eva And Mpx200 Is Down134................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Eva Issues And Solutions134................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources137................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience137................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation137................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp138................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support138................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service138................................................................................................................................................................
Product Feedback138................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback138................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information138................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites138................................................................................................................................................................
Typographical Conventions139................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions139................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Stability140................................................................................................................................................................
Product Warranties140................................................................................................................................................................
A Command Reference141................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax141................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Completion141................................................................................................................................................................
Authority Requirements141................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Completion Keystrokes141................................................................................................................................................................
Commands142................................................................................................................................................................
Admin142................................................................................................................................................................
Beacon143................................................................................................................................................................
Blade143................................................................................................................................................................
Clear143................................................................................................................................................................
Date144................................................................................................................................................................
Exit144................................................................................................................................................................
Fciproute145................................................................................................................................................................
Help147................................................................................................................................................................
History149................................................................................................................................................................
Image149................................................................................................................................................................
Initiator150................................................................................................................................................................
Logout151................................................................................................................................................................
Lunmask151................................................................................................................................................................
Passwd153................................................................................................................................................................
Ping153................................................................................................................................................................
Quit154................................................................................................................................................................
Reboot154................................................................................................................................................................
Reset155................................................................................................................................................................
Save155................................................................................................................................................................
Set Alias157................................................................................................................................................................
Set Chap158................................................................................................................................................................
Set Chassis158................................................................................................................................................................
Set Features159................................................................................................................................................................
Set Iscsi160................................................................................................................................................................
Set Isns160................................................................................................................................................................
Set Mgmt161................................................................................................................................................................
Set Ntp161................................................................................................................................................................
Set Properties162................................................................................................................................................................
Set Snmp162................................................................................................................................................................
Set System163................................................................................................................................................................
Show164................................................................................................................................................................
Show Chap166................................................................................................................................................................
Show Chassis167................................................................................................................................................................
Show Fciproutes168................................................................................................................................................................
Show Features169................................................................................................................................................................
Show Initiators169................................................................................................................................................................
Show Initiators Lunmask169................................................................................................................................................................
Show Iscsi170................................................................................................................................................................
Show Isns171................................................................................................................................................................
Show Logs171................................................................................................................................................................
Show Luninfo172................................................................................................................................................................
Show Luns172................................................................................................................................................................
Show Lunmask173................................................................................................................................................................
Show Memory173................................................................................................................................................................
Show Mgmt174................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ntp174................................................................................................................................................................
Show Perf175................................................................................................................................................................
Show Presented Targets176................................................................................................................................................................
Show Properties177................................................................................................................................................................
Show Snmp177................................................................................................................................................................
Show Stats178................................................................................................................................................................
Show System180................................................................................................................................................................
Show Targets181................................................................................................................................................................
Show Vpgroups181................................................................................................................................................................
Shutdown182................................................................................................................................................................
Target182................................................................................................................................................................
Traceroute183................................................................................................................................................................
B Command Line Interface Usage185................................................................................................................................................................
Logging On To An Mpx200185................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Guest Account186................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying A Configuration187................................................................................................................................................................
Saving And Restoring Router Configurations187................................................................................................................................................................
Working With Mpx200 Router Configurations187................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Router Configuration And Persistent Data188................................................................................................................................................................
C Simple Network Management Protocol Setup189................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Parameters189................................................................................................................................................................
Network Port Table190................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Trap Configuration Parameters190................................................................................................................................................................
Management Information Base190................................................................................................................................................................
Fc Port Table192................................................................................................................................................................
Initiator Object Table194................................................................................................................................................................
Lun Table196................................................................................................................................................................
Vp Group Table198................................................................................................................................................................
Sensor Table201................................................................................................................................................................
Notifications202................................................................................................................................................................
System Information Objects203................................................................................................................................................................
Notification Objects204................................................................................................................................................................
Agent Startup Notification204................................................................................................................................................................
Agent Shutdown Notification204................................................................................................................................................................
Network Port Down Notification204................................................................................................................................................................
Fc Port Down Notification205................................................................................................................................................................
Target Device Discovery205................................................................................................................................................................
Target Presentation (mapping)205................................................................................................................................................................
Vp Group Notification206................................................................................................................................................................
Sensor Notification206................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Notification207................................................................................................................................................................
D Log Messages209................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Log Messages209................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice For Class A Equipment233................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications233................................................................................................................................................................
Cables233................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers233................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Device233................................................................................................................................................................
E Regulatory Compliance And Safety233................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance233................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Safety Warning234................................................................................................................................................................
Certification And Classification Information234................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Product Label234................................................................................................................................................................
Class 1 Laser Product Label234................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)235................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment235................................................................................................................................................................
Bsmi Notice235................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice235................................................................................................................................................................
International Notices And Statements235................................................................................................................................................................
Korean Notices236................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notice236................................................................................................................................................................
Safety236................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Battery Recycling Notice237................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cords237................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Power Cord Statement237................................................................................................................................................................
English Notice237................................................................................................................................................................
Waste Electrical And Electronic Equipment Directive237................................................................................................................................................................
Dutch Notice238................................................................................................................................................................
Czechoslovakian Notice238................................................................................................................................................................
Estonian Notice238................................................................................................................................................................
Finnish Notice238................................................................................................................................................................
French Notice239................................................................................................................................................................
German Notice239................................................................................................................................................................
Greek Notice239................................................................................................................................................................
Hungarian Notice240................................................................................................................................................................
Italian Notice240................................................................................................................................................................
Latvian Notice240................................................................................................................................................................
Lithuanian Notice240................................................................................................................................................................
Polish Notice241................................................................................................................................................................
Portuguese Notice241................................................................................................................................................................
Slovakian Notice241................................................................................................................................................................
Slovenian Notice242................................................................................................................................................................
Spanish Notice242................................................................................................................................................................
Swedish Notice242................................................................................................................................................................
F Saving And Restoring The Mpx200 Configuration243................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Mpx200 Configuration243................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Configuration Using The Mpx200 Cli243................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Configuration Using The Mpx200 Cli244................................................................................................................................................................
G Offline Data Migration247................................................................................................................................................................
Features Overview247................................................................................................................................................................
Job Scheduling248................................................................................................................................................................
Immediate Schedule248................................................................................................................................................................
Delayed Schedule248................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Schedule248................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Details248................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Job Groups249................................................................................................................................................................
Array Properties249................................................................................................................................................................
Protection250................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Jobs250................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Job Attributes250................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Job States251................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Job Commands251................................................................................................................................................................
Logs251................................................................................................................................................................
Users252................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Configurations252................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Configuration252................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started252................................................................................................................................................................
Single And Dual Blade High-availability Setup252................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Fibre Channel Fabrics253................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Storage Arrays253................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Between Dissimilar Vendor Sans253................................................................................................................................................................
Best Practices254................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Considerations254................................................................................................................................................................
High Availability And Redundant Configurations254................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing The Right Dms Options255................................................................................................................................................................
General Precautions255................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mpx200 Mpx Manager For Data Migration Services256................................................................................................................................................................
Download The Application256................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Mpx Manager For Data Migration Services For Windows257................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Mpx Manager For Data Migration Services For Linux257................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Mpx Manager For Data Migration Services For Mac Os X257................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware And Software Setup257................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Setup258................................................................................................................................................................
Software Setup258................................................................................................................................................................
General Steps For Data Migration258................................................................................................................................................................
Using Dms258................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Array Properties259................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Array Properties In The Gui259................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Array Properties: Target Type260................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Array Properties In The Cli261................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Array Bandwidth261................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Data Migration Job Group262................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Data Migration Job Group In The Cli263................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Data Migration Wizard263................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Data Migration Wizard263................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling An Individual Data Migration Job In The Gui264................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Schedule Options: Individual Job264................................................................................................................................................................
Create Data Migration Job: Individual Job265................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling An Individual Data Migration Job In The Cli266................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Jobs: Individual266................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Data Migration Jobs In Batch Mode269................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Schedule Options: Batch Mode269................................................................................................................................................................
Create Data Migration Job: Batch270................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Serial Scheduled Jobs271................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Data Migration Jobs Options271................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating Data To An Eva Array Configured For Iscsi272................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Dms Iscsi Host Entry With Hp Command View Eva272................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Luns To The Dms Iscsi Host Entry With Hp Command View Eva273................................................................................................................................................................
Dms Iscsi Host Entry In Hp Command View Eva273................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Disk Creation274................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Data Migration Job Status In The Gui275................................................................................................................................................................
Dms Virtual Disk Presentation275................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Data Migration Jobs Status In The Cli276................................................................................................................................................................
Active Data Migration Jobs276................................................................................................................................................................
Rescanning Targets277................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Job Details And Controlling Job Actions278................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Job Details And Controlling Job Actions In The Gui278................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Migration Job Details279................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Job Details And Controlling Job Actions In The Cli280................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing System And Data Migration Job Logs281................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Logs In The Gui282................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx Log: System Log282................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Logs In The Cli285................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Verify Migration Job Wizard286................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Verify Migration Job Wizard286................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Verification Of Job Options287................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Migration Job Wizard287................................................................................................................................................................
Acknowledging A Data Migration Job288................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Jobs Options288................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Offline Array289................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Licenses289................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Data Migration Licenses289................................................................................................................................................................
Capacity-based Licenses289................................................................................................................................................................
Array-based Licenses289................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Data Migration License Key289................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Data Migration License Key In The Gui290................................................................................................................................................................
Features Page: License Information290................................................................................................................................................................
New License Key Dialog Box290................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Data Migration License Key In The Cli291................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Array-based License To A Specific Array291................................................................................................................................................................
Add License Dialog Box291................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Array-based License To A Specific Array In The Gui292................................................................................................................................................................
License Array Dialog Box293................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Array-based License To A Specific Array In The Cli294................................................................................................................................................................
Information Page Showing Array Is Licensed294................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Data Migration License Usage295................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Data Migration License Usage In The Gui295................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Data Migration License Usage In The Cli295................................................................................................................................................................
Data Migration Info295................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Interface296................................................................................................................................................................
User Accounts296................................................................................................................................................................
User Sessions296................................................................................................................................................................
Admin Session296................................................................................................................................................................
Miguser Session297................................................................................................................................................................
Set Array302................................................................................................................................................................
Set Vpgroups303................................................................................................................................................................
Migration_group Add304................................................................................................................................................................
Migration_group Remove305................................................................................................................................................................
Migration_group Edit306................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Add307................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Rm309................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Stop310................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Start311................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Pause312................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Resume313................................................................................................................................................................
Migration Acknowledge314................................................................................................................................................................
Start_serial_jobs315................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Add316................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Rm318................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Stop319................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Start320................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Pause321................................................................................................................................................................
Compare_luns Acknowledge323................................................................................................................................................................
Show Migration325................................................................................................................................................................
Show Array326................................................................................................................................................................
Show Migration_luninfo330................................................................................................................................................................
Show Migration_params332................................................................................................................................................................
Show Migration_usage336................................................................................................................................................................
Show Perf Byte338................................................................................................................................................................
Show Migration_logs340................................................................................................................................................................
Target Rescan346................................................................................................................................................................
Save Capture347................................................................................................................................................................
Array Rm348................................................................................................................................................................
Array_licensed_port Rm349................................................................................................................................................................
Readjust_priority350................................................................................................................................................................
Show Compare_luns351................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Factors351................................................................................................................................................................
Performance351................................................................................................................................................................
Maximizing Performance352................................................................................................................................................................
Optimal Configuration And Zoning352................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2012fc Array Behavior352................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hp Msa2012fc Storage Array352................................................................................................................................................................
Using Array-based Licenses For Msa2012fc Array353................................................................................................................................................................
Workaround For The Use Of A Single Array License For The Msa2012fc353................................................................................................................................................................
Reconfiguring Luns On A Storage Array354................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Array After Completing Data Migration Jobs354................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions354................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting354................................................................................................................................................................
Index357................................................................................................................................................................
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Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 2.15 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide13................................................................................................................................................................
Intended Audience13................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation13................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions And Symbols13................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions13................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Stability14................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support15................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair15................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service15................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites15................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback15................................................................................................................................................................
Eva6400/8400 Hardware17................................................................................................................................................................
M6412a Disk Enclosures17................................................................................................................................................................
Enclosure Layout17................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Drive Bay Numbering17................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Modules18................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Enclosure Front View Without Bezel Ears18................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Enclosure Rear View18................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Module Status Indicators19................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Module Detail19................................................................................................................................................................
Port Status Leds19................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Module Status Leds19................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber Optic Fibre Channel Cables20................................................................................................................................................................
Copper Fibre Channel Cables20................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Disk Drives20................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber Optic Fibre Channel Cable20................................................................................................................................................................
Copper Fibre Channel Cable20................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Drive Status Indicators21................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Drive Blank21................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Enclosures21................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Status Indicators21................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Status Indicator Led Descriptions21................................................................................................................................................................
Hsv400 Controller Rear View22................................................................................................................................................................
Hsv450 Controller Rear View22................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Control Panel23................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Front View23................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Ocp23................................................................................................................................................................
Status Indicators24................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Status Indicators24................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Port Status Indicators24................................................................................................................................................................
Navigation Buttons25................................................................................................................................................................
Alphanumeric Display25................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supplies25................................................................................................................................................................
Navigation Button Functions25................................................................................................................................................................
Blower Module26................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply26................................................................................................................................................................
Blower Module Pulled Out26................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Status Indicators26................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Module27................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Status Indicators27................................................................................................................................................................
Hsv Controller Cabling28................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Racks28................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Configurations29................................................................................................................................................................
Power Distribution29................................................................................................................................................................
Hz And 50-hz Wall Receptacles29................................................................................................................................................................
Pdus30................................................................................................................................................................
Pdms31................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Pdu Assembly31................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Ac Power Distribution32................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Pdm32................................................................................................................................................................
Rack System/e Power Distribution Components33................................................................................................................................................................
Moving And Stabilizing A Rack34................................................................................................................................................................
Single Rack Configuration Floor Space Requirements35................................................................................................................................................................
Raising A Leveler Foot35................................................................................................................................................................
Enterprise Virtual Array Startup37................................................................................................................................................................
Eva8400 Storage System Connections37................................................................................................................................................................
Eva6400 Storage System Connections38................................................................................................................................................................
Eva8400 Configuration38................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Connect39................................................................................................................................................................
Eva6400 Configuration39................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Connection Configurations40................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Connect Iscsi40................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Connect Iscsi40................................................................................................................................................................
Procedures For Getting Started41................................................................................................................................................................
Gathering Information41................................................................................................................................................................
Host Information41................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Controller Pair Using The Ocp42................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Wwn42................................................................................................................................................................
Push Button Functions42................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Wwn Checksum43................................................................................................................................................................
Location Of The World Wide Name Labels43................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Storage System Password44................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp Command View Eva44................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Optional Eva Software Licenses44................................................................................................................................................................
Eva6400/8400 Operation45................................................................................................................................................................
Best Practices45................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Tips And Information45................................................................................................................................................................
Reserving Adequate Free Space45................................................................................................................................................................
Using Fata Disk Drives45................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Lun Size45................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Unused Ports46................................................................................................................................................................
Failback Preference Setting For Hsv Controllers47................................................................................................................................................................
Failback Preference Behavior47................................................................................................................................................................
Failback Settings By Operating System48................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Virtual Disk Failover/failback Setting49................................................................................................................................................................
Impact On Virtual Disk Presentation When Changing Failover/failback Setting49................................................................................................................................................................
Implicit Lun Transition50................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Shutdown And Startup50................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down The Storage System50................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Storage System51................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Storage System Configuration Data52................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Disk Drives To The Storage System53................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Disk Groups53................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Fiber Optic Cables53................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ocp54................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Ocp Menu Tree54................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Options Within The Ocp Display55................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying System Information56................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Versions System Information56................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down The System56................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting The Controller Down57................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting The System57................................................................................................................................................................
Shutdown Methods57................................................................................................................................................................
Uninitializing The System58................................................................................................................................................................
Password Options58................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Password59................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing A Password59................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Replaceable Units61................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair (csr)61................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Only Warranty Service61................................................................................................................................................................
Best Practices For Replacing Hardware Components61................................................................................................................................................................
Component Replacement Videos61................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Component Failure61................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Spare Part62................................................................................................................................................................
Replaceable Parts62................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Product Label62................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Enclosure Replacement Parts62................................................................................................................................................................
M6412-a Disk Enclosure Replaceable Parts63................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Failed Component64................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Instructions64................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages67................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission (fcc) Notice81................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Class A Certification81................................................................................................................................................................
A Regulatory Notices And Specifications81................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Notices81................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment82................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment82................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo, United States Only82................................................................................................................................................................
Modifications82................................................................................................................................................................
Cables82................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Device83................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Safety Warnings83................................................................................................................................................................
Compliance With Cdrh Regulations83................................................................................................................................................................
Certification And Classification Information83................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadian)84................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Notice84................................................................................................................................................................
Notice For France84................................................................................................................................................................
Weee Recycling Notices84................................................................................................................................................................
English Notice84................................................................................................................................................................
Dutch Notice85................................................................................................................................................................
Czechoslovakian Notice85................................................................................................................................................................
Estonian Notice85................................................................................................................................................................
Finnish Notice85................................................................................................................................................................
French Notice86................................................................................................................................................................
German Notice86................................................................................................................................................................
Greek Notice86................................................................................................................................................................
Hungarian Notice86................................................................................................................................................................
Italian Notice87................................................................................................................................................................
Korean Communication Committee Notice87................................................................................................................................................................
Latvian Notice87................................................................................................................................................................
Lithuanian Notice87................................................................................................................................................................
Polish Notice88................................................................................................................................................................
Portuguese Notice88................................................................................................................................................................
Slovakian Notice88................................................................................................................................................................
Slovenian Notice89................................................................................................................................................................
Spanish Notice89................................................................................................................................................................
Swedish Notice89................................................................................................................................................................
Germany Noise Declaration89................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notice90................................................................................................................................................................
Harmonics Conformance (japan)90................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwanese Notice90................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Power Cord Notice90................................................................................................................................................................
Country-specific Certifications90................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Enclosure Certification Label91................................................................................................................................................................
B Controller Fault Management93................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hp Command View Eva93................................................................................................................................................................
Gui Termination Event Display93................................................................................................................................................................
Gui Event Display94................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Management Displays94................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Last Fault Information94................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Hp Command View Eva Event Display94................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Detailed Information95................................................................................................................................................................
Interpreting Fault Management Information95................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Event Text Description File95................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Component Envelope97................................................................................................................................................................
Eia310-d Standards97................................................................................................................................................................
C Non-standard Rack Specifications97................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Specifications97................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting Space Dimensions97................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Cabinet Measures And Tolerances98................................................................................................................................................................
Weights, Dimensions And Component Cg Measurements98................................................................................................................................................................
Airflow And Recirculation98................................................................................................................................................................
Component Airflow Requirements98................................................................................................................................................................
Component Data98................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Airflow Requirements99................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Standards99................................................................................................................................................................
Ups Selection99................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental And Operating Specifications99................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Ups Models And Capacities99................................................................................................................................................................
Ups Operating Time Limits100................................................................................................................................................................
Eva8400 Ups Loading100................................................................................................................................................................
Shock And Vibration Specifications101................................................................................................................................................................
Eva6400 Ups Loading101................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Shock/vibration102................................................................................................................................................................
D Single Path Implementation103................................................................................................................................................................
High-level Solution Overview103................................................................................................................................................................
Benefits At A Glance104................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Requirements104................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Mitigations104................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Configurations104................................................................................................................................................................
General Configuration Components105................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Single Path Hba Server To A Switch In A Fabric Zone105................................................................................................................................................................
Single Path Hba Server Without Openvms Or Tru64 Unix106................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux Configuration107................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements107................................................................................................................................................................
Hba Configuration107................................................................................................................................................................
Single Path Hba Server With Openvms Or Tru64 Unix107................................................................................................................................................................
Risks108................................................................................................................................................................
Limitations108................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2003 (32-bit) Configuration109................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2003 (64-bit) Configuration110................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Solaris Configuration112................................................................................................................................................................
Tru64 Unix Configuration113................................................................................................................................................................
Openvms Configuration115................................................................................................................................................................
Linux (32-bit) Configuration117................................................................................................................................................................
Netware Configuration117................................................................................................................................................................
Linux (64-bit) Configuration119................................................................................................................................................................
Ibm Aix Configuration120................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware Configuration122................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux123................................................................................................................................................................
Failure Scenarios123................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux Failure Scenarios123................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2003124................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Solaris124................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server 2003 Failure Scenarios124................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Solaris Failure Scenarios124................................................................................................................................................................
Openvms And Tru64 Unix125................................................................................................................................................................
Openvms And Tru64 Unix Failure Scenarios125................................................................................................................................................................
Netware126................................................................................................................................................................
Linux126................................................................................................................................................................
Netware Failure Scenarios126................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Failure Scenarios126................................................................................................................................................................
Ibm Aix127................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware128................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary129................................................................................................................................................................
Index147................................................................................................................................................................

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HP 6400/8400 User Manual

HP 6400/8400 User Manual (146 pages)

Enterprise Virtual Array  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 3.37 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Eva6400/8400 Hardware9................................................................................................................................................................
M6412a Disk Enclosures9................................................................................................................................................................
Enclosure Layout9................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Modules10................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Module Status Indicators10................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber Optic Fibre Channel Cables11................................................................................................................................................................
Copper Fibre Channel Cables12................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Disk Drives12................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Drive Status Indicators12................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Drive Blank13................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Enclosures13................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Control Panel14................................................................................................................................................................
Status Indicators15................................................................................................................................................................
Navigation Buttons16................................................................................................................................................................
Alphanumeric Display16................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supplies16................................................................................................................................................................
Blower Module17................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Module17................................................................................................................................................................
Hsv Controller Cabling18................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Racks19................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Configurations19................................................................................................................................................................
Pdus21................................................................................................................................................................
Pdms22................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Ac Power Distribution23................................................................................................................................................................
Rack System/e Power Distribution Components24................................................................................................................................................................
Moving And Stabilizing A Rack25................................................................................................................................................................
Enterprise Virtual Array Startup27................................................................................................................................................................
Eva8400 Storage System Connections27................................................................................................................................................................
Eva6400 Storage System Connections28................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Connect28................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Connection Configurations29................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Connect Iscsi29................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Connect Iscsi29................................................................................................................................................................
Procedures For Getting Started30................................................................................................................................................................
Gathering Information30................................................................................................................................................................
Host Information30................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Controller Pair Using The Ocp31................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Wwn31................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Wwn Checksum32................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Storage System Password33................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hp P6000 Command View33................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Optional Eva Software Licenses33................................................................................................................................................................
Eva6400/8400 Operation34................................................................................................................................................................
Best Practices34................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Tips And Information34................................................................................................................................................................
Reserving Adequate Free Space34................................................................................................................................................................
Using Fata Disk Drives34................................................................................................................................................................
Using Solid State Disk Drives34................................................................................................................................................................
Qlogic Hba Speed Setting34................................................................................................................................................................
Eva6400/8400 Host Port Negotiates To Incorrect Speed34................................................................................................................................................................
Creating 16 Tb Or Greater Virtual Disks In Windows 200835................................................................................................................................................................
Importing Windows Dynamic Disk Volumes35................................................................................................................................................................
Losing A Path To A Dynamic Disk35................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows 2003 Mscs Cluster Installation35................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Unused Ports36................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Host Port Connectivity36................................................................................................................................................................
Failback Preference Setting For Hsv Controllers37................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Virtual Disk Failover/failback Setting39................................................................................................................................................................
Implicit Lun Transition39................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Shutdown And Startup39................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down The Storage System40................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Storage System40................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Storage System Configuration Data40................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Disk Drives To The Storage System42................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Disk Groups43................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Fiber Optic Cables43................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ocp43................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Ocp Menu Tree43................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying System Information45................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Versions System Information45................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down The System45................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting The Controller Down46................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting The System46................................................................................................................................................................
Uninitializing The System47................................................................................................................................................................
Password Options47................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Password47................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing A Password48................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Application Servers49................................................................................................................................................................
Overview49................................................................................................................................................................
Clustering49................................................................................................................................................................
Multipathing49................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Fibre Channel Adapters49................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Connections To The Eva50................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Hosts50................................................................................................................................................................
Creating And Presenting Virtual Disks50................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Virtual Disk Access From The Host51................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Virtual Disks From The Host51................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux51................................................................................................................................................................
Scanning The Bus51................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Volume Groups On A Virtual Disk Using Vgcreate52................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Ibm Aix Utilities52................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Virtual Disks From The Host53................................................................................................................................................................
Linux54................................................................................................................................................................
Driver Failover Mode54................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Qlogic Driver54................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Linux Components55................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Qla2x00 Rpms55................................................................................................................................................................
Detecting Third-party Storage55................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling The Driver For Multiple Kernels56................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling The Linux Components56................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Source Rpm56................................................................................................................................................................
Openvms57................................................................................................................................................................
Firmware57................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Fibre Channel Adapter Software Installation57................................................................................................................................................................
Console Lun Id And Os Unit Id57................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Openvms Hosts58................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Virtual Disks From The Openvms Host60................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Preferred Paths60................................................................................................................................................................
Oracle Solaris60................................................................................................................................................................
Loading The Operating System And Software60................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Fcas With The Oracle San Driver Stack60................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Emulex Fcas With The Lpfc Driver61................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Qlogic Fcas With The Qla2300 Driver62................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Setup And Zoning64................................................................................................................................................................
Oracle Storedge Traffic Manager (mpxio)/oracle Storage Multipathing64................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring With Veritas Volume Manager64................................................................................................................................................................
Labeling And Partitioning The Devices67................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware68................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Or Upgrading Vmware68................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Eva6400/8400 With Vmware Host Servers68................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Esx Server69................................................................................................................................................................
Loading The Fca Nvram69................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Multipathing Policy69................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Diskmaxlun70................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Connectivity70................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Raw Device Mapping71................................................................................................................................................................
Windows71................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Pending Timeout Value For Large Cluster Configurations71................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Replaceable Units72................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair (csr)72................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Only Warranty Service72................................................................................................................................................................
Best Practices For Replacing Hardware Components72................................................................................................................................................................
Component Replacement Videos72................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Component Failure72................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Spare Part72................................................................................................................................................................
Replaceable Parts73................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Failed Component75................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Instructions75................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources76................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp76................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service76................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback76................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information76................................................................................................................................................................
Documents76................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites76................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions77................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Stability78................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair78................................................................................................................................................................
A Regulatory Compliance Notices79................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers79................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice79................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Rating Label79................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment79................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment79................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo, United States Only80................................................................................................................................................................
Modification80................................................................................................................................................................
Cables80................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)80................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Notice80................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notices81................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Vcci-a Notice81................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Vcci-b Notice81................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Vcci Marking81................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Power Cord Statement81................................................................................................................................................................
Korean Notices81................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwanese Notices82................................................................................................................................................................
Bsmi Class A Notice82................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Battery Recycle Statement82................................................................................................................................................................
Turkish Recycling Notice82................................................................................................................................................................
Vietnamese Information Technology And Communications Compliance Marking82................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Compliance Notices83................................................................................................................................................................
English Laser Notice83................................................................................................................................................................
Dutch Laser Notice83................................................................................................................................................................
French Laser Notice83................................................................................................................................................................
German Laser Notice84................................................................................................................................................................
Italian Laser Notice84................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Laser Notice84................................................................................................................................................................
Spanish Laser Notice85................................................................................................................................................................
Recycling Notices85................................................................................................................................................................
English Recycling Notice85................................................................................................................................................................
Bulgarian Recycling Notice86................................................................................................................................................................
Czech Recycling Notice86................................................................................................................................................................
Danish Recycling Notice86................................................................................................................................................................
Dutch Recycling Notice86................................................................................................................................................................
Estonian Recycling Notice87................................................................................................................................................................
Finnish Recycling Notice87................................................................................................................................................................
French Recycling Notice87................................................................................................................................................................
German Recycling Notice87................................................................................................................................................................
Greek Recycling Notice88................................................................................................................................................................
Hungarian Recycling Notice88................................................................................................................................................................
Italian Recycling Notice88................................................................................................................................................................
Latvian Recycling Notice88................................................................................................................................................................
Lithuanian Recycling Notice89................................................................................................................................................................
Polish Recycling Notice89................................................................................................................................................................
Portuguese Recycling Notice89................................................................................................................................................................
Romanian Recycling Notice89................................................................................................................................................................
Slovak Recycling Notice90................................................................................................................................................................
Spanish Recycling Notice90................................................................................................................................................................
Swedish Recycling Notice90................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notices90................................................................................................................................................................
Dutch Battery Notice90................................................................................................................................................................
French Battery Notice91................................................................................................................................................................
German Battery Notice91................................................................................................................................................................
Italian Battery Notice92................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Battery Notice92................................................................................................................................................................
Spanish Battery Notice93................................................................................................................................................................
B Error Messages94................................................................................................................................................................
C Controller Fault Management103................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hp P6000 Command View103................................................................................................................................................................
Gui Termination Event Display103................................................................................................................................................................
Gui Event Display103................................................................................................................................................................
Fault Management Displays104................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Last Fault Information104................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Detailed Information104................................................................................................................................................................
Interpreting Fault Management Information105................................................................................................................................................................
D Non-standard Rack Specifications106................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Specifications106................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Component Envelope106................................................................................................................................................................
Eia310-d Standards106................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Cabinet Measures And Tolerances106................................................................................................................................................................
Weights, Dimensions And Component Cg Measurements106................................................................................................................................................................
Airflow And Recirculation107................................................................................................................................................................
Component Airflow Requirements107................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Airflow Requirements107................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Standards107................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental And Operating Specifications107................................................................................................................................................................
Ups Selection107................................................................................................................................................................
Shock And Vibration Specifications109................................................................................................................................................................
E Single Path Implementation111................................................................................................................................................................
High-level Solution Overview111................................................................................................................................................................
Benefits At A Glance111................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Requirements112................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Mitigations112................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Configurations112................................................................................................................................................................
General Configuration Components112................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Single Path Hba Server To A Switch In A Fabric Zone112................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux Configuration114................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements114................................................................................................................................................................
Hba Configuration114................................................................................................................................................................
Risks115................................................................................................................................................................
Limitations115................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server (32-bit) Configuration115................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server (64-bit) Configuration117................................................................................................................................................................
Oracle Solaris Configuration118................................................................................................................................................................
Tru64 Unix Configuration119................................................................................................................................................................
Openvms Configuration121................................................................................................................................................................
Linux (32-bit) Configuration122................................................................................................................................................................
Linux (64-bit) Configuration123................................................................................................................................................................
Ibm Aix Configuration125................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware Configuration126................................................................................................................................................................
Failure Scenarios127................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Server128................................................................................................................................................................
Openvms And Tru64 Unix129................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary132................................................................................................................................................................
Index143................................................................................................................................................................
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HP 6400/8400 Software Manual (86 pages)

HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array updating product software guide (XCS 09522000) (576287-003, October 2010)  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 2.2 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started9................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
Evaluate Your Configuration9................................................................................................................................................................
Xcs 09522000 Upgrade Considerations10................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Paths11................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Documentation11................................................................................................................................................................
Required Kits12................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-upgrade Tasks15................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Current Controller Software Version15................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Current Software Versions15................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Hp Command View Eva Version16................................................................................................................................................................
Management Software Version Worksheet16................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Storage System Hardware17................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Storage Network Properties Window17................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Eva Online Help17................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Folder Properties Window18................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Operational State18................................................................................................................................................................
Checking And Upgrading Your San Infrastructure19................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting San Configuration Data Using San Visibility19................................................................................................................................................................
Installing San Visibility20................................................................................................................................................................
Using San Visibility20................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining A Report From Hp23................................................................................................................................................................
Reading The Report26................................................................................................................................................................
Sample San Visibility Report26................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Appropriate Time To Perform An Online Upgrade27................................................................................................................................................................
Analyzing Storage System I/o Using Hp Command View Evaperf27................................................................................................................................................................
Tips For Using Hp Command View Evaperf27................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Evaperf Command Options28................................................................................................................................................................
Running Hp Command View Evaperf28................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Virtual Disk Statistics Display30................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Evaperf Virtual Disk Statistics30................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Host I/o Timeouts For An Online Upgrade31................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux32................................................................................................................................................................
Default Timeout Values32................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Or Changing Timeouts32................................................................................................................................................................
Ibm Aix Timeout Settings32................................................................................................................................................................
Linux33................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows34................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Timeout Values34................................................................................................................................................................
Netware34................................................................................................................................................................
Openvms35................................................................................................................................................................
Solaris35................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware35................................................................................................................................................................
Xen Citrix36................................................................................................................................................................
Back Up All Storage System Data36................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Hp Command View Eva36................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading On A Management Server37................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Eva Upgrade Paths37................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Installation On The Management Server38................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading The Management Module39................................................................................................................................................................
Management Module40................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Installation On The Management Module41................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Browsers And Jres42................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Remote Support Software42................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Hp Replication Solutions Manager (optional)43................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Storage System Stability43................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Events (initialized System) Window44................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing An Hp Continuous Access Eva Environment For Upgrading45................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Disk Drive Firmware In An Hp Continuous Access Eva Environment46................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Storage System Configuration Information46................................................................................................................................................................
Task Checklist48................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-upgrade Task Checklist48................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading The Enterprise Virtual Array51................................................................................................................................................................
Solving Upgrade Problems51................................................................................................................................................................
Step 1. Checking The Health Of The Enterprise Virtual Array51................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Events (initialized System) Page53................................................................................................................................................................
Step 2. Disabling Remote Support Software54................................................................................................................................................................
Step 3. Clearing Storage System Passwords54................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Password Access In Hp Command View Eva54................................................................................................................................................................
Step 4. Halting All Host Access To The Storage System For An Offline Upgrade55................................................................................................................................................................
Step 5. Upgrading Controller Software To Xcs 0952200055................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Controller Software55................................................................................................................................................................
Code Load Storage System-page 1 Window56................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Software56................................................................................................................................................................
First Code Load Confirmation Screen57................................................................................................................................................................
Second Code Load Confirmation Screen57................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing Software Code Load58................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Updating Software58................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Resetting The I/o Module59................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Xcs Version After Upgrading59................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Tab Of Disk Enclosure Properties Window60................................................................................................................................................................
Step 6. Upgrading Disk Drive Firmware61................................................................................................................................................................
Blank Fields On I/o Tab61................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Firmware On All Disks62................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Firmware On An Individual Disk66................................................................................................................................................................
Step 7. Entering Storage System Passwords66................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Password Access In Hp Command View Eva67................................................................................................................................................................
Step 8. Resuming Storage System Operation67................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Password Access To A Storage System Window67................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Task Checklist68................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting71................................................................................................................................................................
Solving Hp Command View Eva Problems71................................................................................................................................................................
General Hp Command View Eva Troubleshooting Tips71................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Hp Command View Eva With A Management Server72................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Specific Hp Command View Eva Errors72................................................................................................................................................................
View Is Not Set Or View List Is Null72................................................................................................................................................................
Http Status 404, Not Found Or Status 503, No Service73................................................................................................................................................................
Possible Causes And Corrective Actions For Http 404 And Http 503 Errors73................................................................................................................................................................
Unknown Storage System74................................................................................................................................................................
No Storage Systems Found74................................................................................................................................................................
Solving Security Credentials Configuration Problems75................................................................................................................................................................
Possible Causes And Corrective Actions When No Storage System Found75................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control76................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Disk Drive Firmware Upgrade76................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Drive Firmware Upgrade Errors And Workarounds76................................................................................................................................................................
Solving Problems Selecting A Storage System77................................................................................................................................................................
Status Icon For A Good Storage System77................................................................................................................................................................
Solving Problems Disabling Dr Group Failsafe Mode78................................................................................................................................................................
Solving Problems Downloading The System Software File78................................................................................................................................................................
Invalid Image File (status Code 21006)78................................................................................................................................................................
Status Icon For A Bad Storage System78................................................................................................................................................................
Bad Image Header (status Code 65)79................................................................................................................................................................
Solving Problems If The Storage System Does Not Come Back Online79................................................................................................................................................................
Solving Problems With Multiple Resynchronizations80................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources81................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp81................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support81................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service81................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback81................................................................................................................................................................
Documents81................................................................................................................................................................
Websites82................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions82................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions82................................................................................................................................................................
Index85................................................................................................................................................................
HP 6400/8400 Software Manual

HP 6400/8400 Software Manual (77 pages)

HP Enterprise Virtual Array Updating Product Software Guide (XCS 10000000) (667991-001, July 2011)  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 3.1 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started5................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Overview5................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Paths5................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Documentation6................................................................................................................................................................
Required Kits6................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For The Upgrade9................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Controller Software Version9................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Management Software Versions9................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Array Hardware11................................................................................................................................................................
Checking And Upgrading Your San Infrastructure12................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting San Configuration Data Using San Visibility13................................................................................................................................................................
Installing San Visibility13................................................................................................................................................................
Using San Visibility13................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining A Report From Hp16................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Report Automatically17................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Report Manually18................................................................................................................................................................
Reading The Report19................................................................................................................................................................
Evaluating Your Configuration20................................................................................................................................................................
Xcs 10000000 Upgrade Considerations21................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Time To Perform An Online Upgrade23................................................................................................................................................................
Analyzing Array I/o Using Hp Command View Evaperf23................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Using Hp Command View Evaperf23................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Command View Evaperf Command Options24................................................................................................................................................................
Running Hp Command View Evaperf24................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Virtual Disk Activity25................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Host I/o Timeouts For An Online Upgrade27................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux27................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Red Hat And Suse28................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows29................................................................................................................................................................
Openvms30................................................................................................................................................................
Solaris30................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware30................................................................................................................................................................
Xen Citrix30................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Application I/o Timeouts For An Online Upgrade31................................................................................................................................................................
Managing External Devices31................................................................................................................................................................
Managing An Svsp Configuration For An Online Upgrade31................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up All Array Data31................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Hp P6000 Command View31................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading On A Management Server32................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Installation On The Management Server33................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading The Management Module33................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Installation On The Management Module35................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Browsers And Jre35................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Insight Remote Support Software35................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Hp P6000 Replication Solutions Manager (optional)36................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Array Stability36................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Hp P6000 Continuous Access Environment For An Upgrade38................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Disk Drive Firmware In An Hp P6000 Continuous Access Environment39................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Disk Grouping Policy39................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Array Configuration Data39................................................................................................................................................................
Task Checklist40................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading The Enterprise Virtual Array43................................................................................................................................................................
Step 1. Checking The Health Of The Enterprise Virtual Array43................................................................................................................................................................
Step 2. Configure User-initiated Service Mode (uism)45................................................................................................................................................................
Step 3. Disabling Array Passwords46................................................................................................................................................................
Step 4. Halting All Host Access To The Array For An Offline Upgrade46................................................................................................................................................................
Step 5. Upgrading The Controller Software47................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting The I/o Module56................................................................................................................................................................
Step 6. Upgrading The Disk Drive Firmware57................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Firmware On All Disks58................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Firmware On A Single Disk62................................................................................................................................................................
Step 7. Entering Array Passwords62................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Password Access In Hp P6000 Command View63................................................................................................................................................................
Step 8. Resuming Array Operation63................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting66................................................................................................................................................................
Hp P6000 Command View66................................................................................................................................................................
Hp P6000 Command View With A Management Server66................................................................................................................................................................
Hp P6000 Command View Errors66................................................................................................................................................................
View Is Not Set Or View List Is Null66................................................................................................................................................................
Http Status 404, Not Found Or Status 503, No Service67................................................................................................................................................................
Unknown Storage System67................................................................................................................................................................
No Storage Systems Found68................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Disk Groups With Double Protection Level69................................................................................................................................................................
Security Credentials Configuration69................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading The Disk Drive Firmware69................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Array70................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Dr Group Failsafe Mode71................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading The Controller Software File71................................................................................................................................................................
Invalid Firmware Image File (status Code 21006)71................................................................................................................................................................
Bad Image Header (status Code 65)72................................................................................................................................................................
Offline Array72................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Resynchronizations72................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources74................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp74................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support74................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service74................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback74................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information74................................................................................................................................................................
Documents74................................................................................................................................................................
Websites74................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions75................................................................................................................................................................
Index76................................................................................................................................................................
HP 6400/8400 Reference Manual

HP 6400/8400 Reference Manual (48 pages)

Enterprise Virtual Array expansion rack  
Brand: HP | Category: Racks & Stands | Size: 2.54 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started7................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Requirements7................................................................................................................................................................
Cxd Expansion Rack Requirements8................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Disk Enclosures Into The Expansion Rack13................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Begin13................................................................................................................................................................
Kit Contents13................................................................................................................................................................
Converting The Rails14................................................................................................................................................................
Attach The Rails15................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Disk Enclosure17................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Disk Enclosures In The Expansion Rack21................................................................................................................................................................
Eva640021................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Expansion Rack For Connection To The Main Rack26................................................................................................................................................................
Physically Inspect The Expansion Rack26................................................................................................................................................................
Inspect Expansion Rack Disk Drives26................................................................................................................................................................
Inspect The Disk Enclosure Power Supplies27................................................................................................................................................................
Inspect The I/o Modules27................................................................................................................................................................
Inspect The Disk Enclosure Fan Modules28................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Main Rack To The Expansion Rack29................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Cables In The Expansion Rack29................................................................................................................................................................
Online Expansion29................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting An Eva6400 Multi-product Rack To A 0c6d Expansion Rack29................................................................................................................................................................
General Eva6400 Expansion Cabling Guidelines32................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting An Eva8400 Multi-product Rack To A 0c6d Expansion Rack32................................................................................................................................................................
General Eva8400 Expansion Cabling Guidelines35................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting An Eva8400 2c18d Rack To A 0c9d Expansion Rack36................................................................................................................................................................
Offline Expansion41................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down The Main Rack Controllers41................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Up The Controllers42................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources45................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp45................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support45................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service45................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback45................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information45................................................................................................................................................................
Documents45................................................................................................................................................................
Websites46................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair47................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Stability47................................................................................................................................................................
HP 6400/8400 Reference

HP 6400/8400 Reference (38 pages)

HP P6000 Enterprise Virtual Array Compatibility Reference (5697-0145, June 2011)  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.85 MB
Table of contents
Hp P6000 Software Solution Compatibility4................................................................................................................................................................
Hp P6000 Command View Upgrade Support8................................................................................................................................................................
Hp P6000 Command View Downgrade Support9................................................................................................................................................................
Hp P6000 Replication Solutions Manager Upgrade Support10................................................................................................................................................................
Active/inactive Support For Controller Software12................................................................................................................................................................
Downgrade Support For Eva3000/5000 And Eva4x00/6x00/8x00 Controller Software Versions15................................................................................................................................................................
Downgrade Support For Eva4400 And Eva6400/8400 Controller Software Versions16................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Software And Management Module Software Support19................................................................................................................................................................
Management Module Software Compatibility20................................................................................................................................................................
Hp P6000 Software Deployment Options21................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Software On Management Servers And The Management Module22................................................................................................................................................................
Supported P6000 Software Operating Environments23................................................................................................................................................................
Hp P6000 Replication Solutions Manager Host Agent Support26................................................................................................................................................................
Hp P6000 Replication Solutions Manager Host Agent And Hp P6000 Dc-management Compatibility28................................................................................................................................................................
Hp P6000 Dynamic Capacity Management Compatibility30................................................................................................................................................................
Browser Support32................................................................................................................................................................
P6000 Eva Host Connectivity37................................................................................................................................................................
Solid State Disk (ssd) Support38................................................................................................................................................................
HP 6400/8400 Installation Instructions Manual

HP 6400/8400 Installation Instructions Manual (15 pages)

HP StorageWorks EVA6400/8400 M6412A disk enclosure installation instructions  
Brand: HP | Category: Enclosure | Size: 2.28 MB
Table of contents
About This Document3................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Begin3................................................................................................................................................................
Kit Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Disk Enclosure6................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling The Enclosure8................................................................................................................................................................
HP 6400/8400 Release Note

HP 6400/8400 Release Note (13 pages)

HP P6000 Enterprise Virtual Array release notes (XCS 10000000) (667992-001, July 2011)  
Brand: HP | Category: Server | Size: 0.25 MB
HP 6400/8400 Replacement Instructions

HP 6400/8400 Replacement Instructions (5 pages)

Fibre Channel and SAS Disk Drive  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 0.42 MB
Table of contents
About This Document1................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Begin1................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Drives1................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Component Failure2................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Disk Drive4................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Device Addition Policy4................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Disk Drive5................................................................................................................................................................
Adding The Disk To A Disk Group5................................................................................................................................................................
HP 6400/8400 Replacement Instructions

HP 6400/8400 Replacement Instructions (2 pages)

HP StorageWorks Disk Enclosure I/O Module Replacement Instructions (621756-001, June 2010)  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 0.2 MB
HP 6400/8400 Replacement Instructions

HP 6400/8400 Replacement Instructions (2 pages)

HP StorageWorks disk enclosure fan module replacement instructions  
Brand: HP | Category: Fan | Size: 0.24 MB

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