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HP HPE XP P9500 User Manual (746 pages)

Hitachi Dynamic Link Manager Software User's Guide for Linux (6.x) (HIT5203-96004, October 2011)  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 4.49 MB
Table of contents
Related Publications6................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents17................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Hdlm25................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Hdlm26................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Features28................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Functions29................................................................................................................................................................
Devices Managed By Hdlm30................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration31................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Using An Fc-san31................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Using An Ip-san33................................................................................................................................................................
Lu Configuration36................................................................................................................................................................
Program Configuration38................................................................................................................................................................
Position Of The Hdlm Driver And Hdlm Device40................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Device Files For Hdlm Devices41................................................................................................................................................................
Distributing A Load Using Load Balancing43................................................................................................................................................................
Paths To Which Load Balancing Is Applied45................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing Algorithms47................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Failovers And Failbacks Using Path Switching49................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Path Switching49................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Path Switching52................................................................................................................................................................
Path Status Transition53................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Intermittent Errors (functionality When Automatic Failback Is Used)56................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Intermittent Errors56................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Intermittent Error Monitoring56................................................................................................................................................................
Intermittent Error Monitoring Actions57................................................................................................................................................................
When A User Changes The Intermittent Error Information59................................................................................................................................................................
Detecting Errors By Using Path Health Checking62................................................................................................................................................................
Error Management63................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Collected Logs65................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering Of Error Information66................................................................................................................................................................
Information (dlmgetras)67................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Audit Log Data68................................................................................................................................................................
Categories And Audit Events That Hdlm Can Output To The Audit Log69................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Outputting Audit Log Data73................................................................................................................................................................
Destination And Filtering Of Audit Log Data74................................................................................................................................................................
Audit Log Data Formats75................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Hdlm Management Using Global Link Manager78................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Support80................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Hdlm Environment81................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm System Requirements82................................................................................................................................................................
Hosts And Oss Supported By Hdlm82................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Systems Supported By Hdlm95................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux As4/es496................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5120................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6133................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9134................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10135................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Suse Linux Enterprise Server 11142................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Oracle Enterprise Linux 4144................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Oracle Enterprise Linux 5145................................................................................................................................................................
Memory And Disk Capacity Requirements148................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Paths Supported In Hdlm151................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Environments Supported By Hdlm151................................................................................................................................................................
Flow For Creating An Hdlm Environment153................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Installation Types155................................................................................................................................................................
Knowledge Required Before You Install Hdlm156................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Creating An Hdlm Environment157................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Hardware Settings157................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Linux158................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Installing Hdlm159................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On An Upgrade Installation Or Re-installation Of Hdlm161................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On A Device Manager Agent161................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hdlm163................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For A New Installation Of Hdlm163................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A New Installation Of Hdlm168................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For An Upgrade Installation Or Re-installation Of Hdlm175................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Re-installation Of Hdlm176................................................................................................................................................................
Performing An Upgrade Installation Of Hdlm183................................................................................................................................................................
Unattended Installation Of Hdlm189................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hdlm For Managing Boot Disks196................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Installing Hdlm In A Boot Disk Environment196................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Procedure For Installing Hdlm In A Boot Disk Environment199................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Using An Hdlm Device As A Boot Disk201................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Installation In An Environment Where An Hdlm Device Is Used As A Boot Disk212................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Using A Logical Volume (lvm2) On An Hdlm Device As A Boot Disk221................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Installation In An Environment Where A Logical Volume (lvm2) On An Hdlm Device Is Used As A Boot Disk233................................................................................................................................................................
Countermeasures For Unsuccessful Startup Of The Os From An Hdlm Device250................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Luks253................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Luks253................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hdlm In An Luks Environment253................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Md Devices256................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Setting Up Md Devices256................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Md Device257................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hdlm In An Md Device Environment261................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Lvm2270................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Lvm2270................................................................................................................................................................
When Using An Hdlm Device To Create A New Logical Volume270................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Lvm270................................................................................................................................................................
Environment To An Hdlm Device277................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Xen282................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Kvm284................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Heartbeat286................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Oracle Rac287................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For The Rhcm290................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Rhcm290................................................................................................................................................................
When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux As4/es4290................................................................................................................................................................
When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, Or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6291................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Vcs292................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Path Configuration293................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Hdlm295................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Current Settings295................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Hdlm Functions295................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Updated Settings304................................................................................................................................................................
The Process-specific-trace Information File305................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using The Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library305................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Character-type Device File For An Hdlm Device306................................................................................................................................................................
When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6306................................................................................................................................................................
Server306................................................................................................................................................................
Creating File Systems For Hdlm (when Volume Management Software Is Not Used)308................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting A File System308................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A File System308................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Automatic Mounting310................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Hdlm Device For The First Time310................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating From An Environment Where A Scsi Device Is Already Set311................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Settings For Hdlm314................................................................................................................................................................
Operations On Hdlm-managed Devices314................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Heartbeat Settings316................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Settings For Oracle Rac316................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Settings For Rhcm317................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Settings For Vcs319................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Xen Settings319................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Kvm Settings321................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Settings For Lvm2322................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Md Device Settings326................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Luks Settings334................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hdlm335................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library (hntrlib2)350................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Operation353................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Hdlm354................................................................................................................................................................
Notes Common To Oss354................................................................................................................................................................
Notes When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux As4/es4, Or Oracle Enterprise Linux 4356................................................................................................................................................................
Notes When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, Red Hat Enterprise Linux357................................................................................................................................................................
Or Oracle Enterprise Linux 5357................................................................................................................................................................
Notes When Using Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9358................................................................................................................................................................
Notes When Using Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10359................................................................................................................................................................
Notes When Using Suse Linux Enterprise Server 11360................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Kernel Packages And Applying Os Update Packages363................................................................................................................................................................
Environment Where An Hdlm Device Is Not Used As The Boot Disk363................................................................................................................................................................
Environment Where An Hdlm Device Is Used As The Boot Disk363................................................................................................................................................................
Environment Where A Logical Volume (lvm2) On An Hdlm Device Is Used As The Boot Disk364................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Operations Using Commands365................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Commands365................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Path Information365................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Status Of Paths365................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Lu Information367................................................................................................................................................................
Device, And Ldev368................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing Statistical Information For Paths369................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Setting Up The Operating Environment370................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing License Information372................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The License372................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Hdlm Version Information373................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Hdlm Component Information374................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Stopping The Hdlm Manager376................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Hdlm Manager376................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping The Hdlm Manager377................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Resident Processes379................................................................................................................................................................
Reconfiguring The Hdlm Operating Environment380................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Hbas380................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Fiber Cable388................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Fibre Channel Switch391................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Hdlm Device Configuration393................................................................................................................................................................
About Creating A New Hdlm Device407................................................................................................................................................................
Note On Adding A Bladesymphony I/o Drawer409................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting411................................................................................................................................................................
Information Collected By The Dlmgetras Utility For Collecting Hdlm Error Information412................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Error Information In Messages413................................................................................................................................................................
Examining The Messages416................................................................................................................................................................
Obtain Path Information416................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Error Path417................................................................................................................................................................
Narrowing Down The Hardware That Might Have Caused The Error417................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Error Location And Correcting Any Hardware Error417................................................................................................................................................................
Placing The Path Online417................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For A Program Error418................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Program Information418................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For The Program Error419................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Your Hdlm Vendor Or Maintenance Company419................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For Other Errors420................................................................................................................................................................
Command Reference421................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Hdlm Command Dlnkmgr422................................................................................................................................................................
Clear (returns The Path Statistics To The Initial Value)424................................................................................................................................................................
Format424................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters424................................................................................................................................................................
Help (displays The Operation Format)426................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter426................................................................................................................................................................
Offline (places Paths Offline)428................................................................................................................................................................
Online (places Paths Online)433................................................................................................................................................................
Set (sets Up The Operating Environment)438................................................................................................................................................................
View (displays Information)455................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters (to Display Program Information)456................................................................................................................................................................
Utility Reference487................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Utilities488................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmgetras Utility For Collecting Hdlm Error Information490................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Collected Error Information492................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmcfgmgr Utility For Managing The Hdlm Configuration513................................................................................................................................................................
Log File520................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmmkinitrd Utility For Supporting A Boot Disk524................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmpr Utility For Clearing Hdlm Persistent Reservation527................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmsetopt Utility For Setting Hdlm Driver Options530................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmstart Utility For Starting Hdlm534................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmupdatesysinit Utility For Updating System Scripts535................................................................................................................................................................
Installgetras Utility For Collecting Hdlm Installation Error Information536................................................................................................................................................................
Error Information To Be Collected536................................................................................................................................................................
Installhdlm Utility For Installing Hdlm538................................................................................................................................................................
Editing An Installation-information Settings File538................................................................................................................................................................
Installux.sh Utility For Hdlm Common Installer545................................................................................................................................................................
Messages547................................................................................................................................................................
Before Viewing The List Of Messages548................................................................................................................................................................
Format And Meaning Of Message Ids548................................................................................................................................................................
Terms Used In Messages And Message Explanations548................................................................................................................................................................
Components That Output Messages To Syslog548................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl01001 To Kapl02000550................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl01001 To Kapl550................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl03001 To Kapl04000572................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl03001 To Kapl572................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl04001 To Kapl05000575................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl04001 To Kapl575................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl05001 To Kapl06000584................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl05001 To Kapl584................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl06001 To Kapl07000591................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl06001 To Kapl591................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl07001 To Kapl08000595................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl07001 To Kapl595................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl08001 To Kapl09000596................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl08001 To Kapl596................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl09001 To Kapl10000599................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl09001 To Kapl599................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl10001 To Kapl11000626................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl10001 To Kapl626................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl11001 To Kapl12000664................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl11001 To Kapl664................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl12001 To Kapl13000668................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl12001 To Kapl668................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl13001 To Kapl14000686................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl13001 To Kapl686................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl15001 To Kapl16000701................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl15001 To Kapl701................................................................................................................................................................
Return Codes For Hitachi Command Suite Common Agent Component708................................................................................................................................................................
Appendixes715................................................................................................................................................................
A. Notes On Linux Commands And Files716................................................................................................................................................................
A.1 Notes On The /proc/partitions File716................................................................................................................................................................
A.2 Notes On Linux Commands716................................................................................................................................................................
A.3 Notes On The Iostat Command717................................................................................................................................................................
A.4 Notes On The Mkfs Command718................................................................................................................................................................
A.5 Notes On The Fdisk Command718................................................................................................................................................................
A.6 Notes On The Sar Command719................................................................................................................................................................
A.7 Notes On The Fdisk And Parted Commands719................................................................................................................................................................
A.8 Notes On The Parted Command719................................................................................................................................................................
A.9 Notes On The Vgrename And Lvrename Commands720................................................................................................................................................................
B. Troubleshooting Products That Use The Weak-modules Script721................................................................................................................................................................
B.1 Installing Products That Use The Weak-modules Script721................................................................................................................................................................
B.2 Uninstalling Products That Use The Weak-modules Script726................................................................................................................................................................
C. Functional Differences Between Versions Of Hdlm727................................................................................................................................................................
C.1 Functional Differences Between Version 6.2.1 And Versions Earlier Than 6.2.1727................................................................................................................................................................
C.2 Functional Differences Between Version 6.1 And Versions Earlier Than 6.1727................................................................................................................................................................
C.4 Functional Differences Between Version 5.9.4 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 5.9.4727................................................................................................................................................................
C.5 Functional Differences Between Version 5.9.1 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 5.9.1728................................................................................................................................................................
C.6 Functional Differences Between Version 5.9 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 5.9728................................................................................................................................................................
C.7 Functional Differences Between Version 5.8 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 5.8728................................................................................................................................................................
C.8 Functional Differences Between Version 5.7.1 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 5.7.1729................................................................................................................................................................
C.9 Functional Differences Between Version 5.7.0-01 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 5.7.0-01729................................................................................................................................................................
C.10 Functional Differences Between Version 5.7 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 5.7729................................................................................................................................................................
C.11 Functional Differences Between Version 5.6.3 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 5.6.3730................................................................................................................................................................
C.12 Functional Differences Between Version 5.4 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 5.4730................................................................................................................................................................
D. Glossary731................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing734................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Path737................................................................................................................................................................
Index739................................................................................................................................................................

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HP HPE XP P9500 User Manual

HP HPE XP P9500 User Manual (640 pages)

Hitachi Dynamic Link Manager Software Users Guide for Linux (6.6) (HIT5203-96005, November 2011)  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 3.3 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Hdlm14................................................................................................................................................................
C Functional Differences Between Versions Of Hdlm15................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions16................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Help18................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Hdlm20................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Features21................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Functions23................................................................................................................................................................
Devices Managed By Hdlm25................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration25................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Using An Fc-san25................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Using An Ip-san26................................................................................................................................................................
Ip-san Environments Supported By Hdlm28................................................................................................................................................................
Program Configuration30................................................................................................................................................................
Position Of The Hdlm Driver And Hdlm Device32................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Device Files For Hdlm Devices33................................................................................................................................................................
Distributing A Load Using Load Balancing35................................................................................................................................................................
Paths To Which Load Balancing Is Applied37................................................................................................................................................................
When Using The Thunder 9500v Series, Or Hitachi Ams/wms Series37................................................................................................................................................................
Series, Or Hitachi Sms38................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing Algorithms38................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Failovers And Failbacks Using Path Switching40................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Path Switching41................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Failovers41................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Path Switching43................................................................................................................................................................
Path Status Transition44................................................................................................................................................................
The Online Path Status44................................................................................................................................................................
The Offline Path Status44................................................................................................................................................................
Status Transitions Of A Path44................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Intermittent Errors (functionality When Automatic Failback Is Used)46................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Intermittent Errors46................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Intermittent Error Monitoring46................................................................................................................................................................
Intermittent Error Monitoring Actions47................................................................................................................................................................
When An Intermittent Error Occurs47................................................................................................................................................................
When An Intermittent Error Does Not Occur48................................................................................................................................................................
When A User Changes The Intermittent Error Information50................................................................................................................................................................
Detecting Errors By Using Path Health Checking51................................................................................................................................................................
Error Management52................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Collected Logs53................................................................................................................................................................
Error Information54................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering Of Error Information55................................................................................................................................................................
Utility For Collecting Hdlm Installation Error Information (installgetras)56................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Audit Log Data56................................................................................................................................................................
Categories And Audit Events That Hdlm Can Output To The Audit Log58................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Outputting Audit Log Data62................................................................................................................................................................
Destination And Filtering Of Audit Log Data63................................................................................................................................................................
Audit Log Data Formats64................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Hdlm Management Using Global Link Manager65................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Support66................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Hdlm Environment69................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm System Requirements71................................................................................................................................................................
Hosts And Oss Supported By Hdlm71................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Systems Supported By Hdlm83................................................................................................................................................................
Hba (if An Fc-san Is Used)84................................................................................................................................................................
Nic (if An Ip-san Is Used)84................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux As4/es484................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Software Supported By Hdlm84................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Managers Supported By Hdlm98................................................................................................................................................................
File Systems Supported By Hdlm100................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Software Supported By Hdlm (if An Fc-san Is Used)104................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm (if An Fc-san Is Used)114................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6116................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Disk Environments Supported By Hdlm (if An Fc-san Is Used)118................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9118................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10119................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Oracle Enterprise Linux 4127................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Manager Supported By Hdlm128................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Disk Environments Supported By Hdlm128................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products When Using Oracle Enterprise Linux 5129................................................................................................................................................................
Memory And Disk Capacity Requirements132................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Requirements132................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Paths Supported In Hdlm134................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Environments Supported By Hdlm135................................................................................................................................................................
Flow For Creating An Hdlm Environment136................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Installation Types137................................................................................................................................................................
Knowledge Required Before You Install Hdlm138................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Creating An Hdlm Environment139................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Hardware Settings139................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Linux140................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Installing Hdlm141................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On An Upgrade Installation Or Re-installation Of Hdlm142................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On A Device Manager Agent143................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hdlm143................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For A New Installation Of Hdlm143................................................................................................................................................................
Operations Required For Devices To Be Managed By Hdlm143................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Volume Group144................................................................................................................................................................
Setting In The Syslogd Settings File146................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A New Installation Of Hdlm147................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For An Upgrade Installation Or Re-installation Of Hdlm152................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivating The Md Devices153................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivating The Volume Group153................................................................................................................................................................
Performing An Upgrade Installation Of Hdlm159................................................................................................................................................................
Unattended Installation Of Hdlm164................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hdlm For Managing Boot Disks169................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Installing Hdlm In A Boot Disk Environment169................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Procedure For Installing Hdlm In A Boot Disk Environment172................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Using An Hdlm Device As A Boot Disk172................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Disk172................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Installation In An Environment Where A Logical Volume (lvm2) On An Hdlm Device Is Used As A Boot Disk173................................................................................................................................................................
For Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10 Or Suse Linux Enterprise Server174................................................................................................................................................................
Disk184................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Using A Logical Volume (lvm2) On An Hdlm Device As A Boot Disk192................................................................................................................................................................
Device Is Used As A Boot Disk203................................................................................................................................................................
Countermeasures For Unsuccessful Startup Of The Os From An Hdlm Device218................................................................................................................................................................
When An Error Message Appears And The Os Stops219................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Luks220................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hdlm In An Luks Environment221................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Md Devices222................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Setting Up Md Devices222................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Md Device223................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hdlm In An Md Device Environment226................................................................................................................................................................
When The Multipath Function Is Not Being Used For Md Devices226................................................................................................................................................................
When The Multipath Function Is Being Used For Md Devices230................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Lvm2234................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Lvm2234................................................................................................................................................................
When Using An Hdlm Device To Create A New Logical Volume234................................................................................................................................................................
Environment To An Hdlm Device239................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Xen243................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Kvm245................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Oracle Rac246................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For The Rhcm249................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Rhcm249................................................................................................................................................................
When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux As4/es4249................................................................................................................................................................
When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, Or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6250................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Vcs251................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Path Configuration251................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Hdlm252................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Current Settings252................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Hdlm Functions252................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Load Balancing253................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Path Health Checking254................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Automatic Failback Function254................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Error Log Collection Level256................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Trace Level256................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Error Log File Size257................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Number Of Error Log Files257................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Trace File Size258................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Number Of Trace Files258................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Audit Log Data Collection258................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Audit Log Facility259................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Updated Settings260................................................................................................................................................................
The Process-specific-trace Information File261................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using The Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library261................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Character-type Device File For An Hdlm Device261................................................................................................................................................................
When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6262................................................................................................................................................................
When Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux As4/es4 Or Suse Linux Enterprise262................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting A File System263................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A File System263................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Automatic Mounting264................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Hdlm Device For The First Time264................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating From An Environment Where A Scsi Device Is Already Set265................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Settings For Hdlm266................................................................................................................................................................
Operations On Hdlm-managed Devices267................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Heartbeat Settings268................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Settings For Oracle Rac269................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Settings For Rhcm269................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Settings For Vcs271................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Xen Settings271................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Kvm Settings272................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Settings For Lvm2273................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Md Device Settings277................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating To Md Devices For Which The Multipath Function Is Not Used277................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating To Md Devices For Which The Multipath Function Is Used280................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Luks Settings284................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hdlm284................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library (hntrlib2)294................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Operation297................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Hdlm298................................................................................................................................................................
Notes Common To Oss298................................................................................................................................................................
Notes When Using Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9301................................................................................................................................................................
Notes When Using Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10302................................................................................................................................................................
Notes When Using Suse Linux Enterprise Server 11303................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Kernel Packages And Applying Os Update Packages304................................................................................................................................................................
Environment Where An Hdlm Device Is Not Used As The Boot Disk305................................................................................................................................................................
Environment Where An Hdlm Device Is Used As The Boot Disk305................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Commands306................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Path Information306................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Status Of Paths307................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Status Of Paths To Online307................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Status Of Paths To Offline(c)308................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Lu Information309................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing Statistical Information For Paths310................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Setting Up The Operating Environment311................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Operating Environment311................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Operating Environment312................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing License Information312................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The License313................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Hdlm Version Information313................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Hdlm Component Information314................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Stopping The Hdlm Manager315................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Hdlm Manager315................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping The Hdlm Manager316................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Resident Processes317................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation For Replacing Hbas In A Bladesymphony Environment318................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Replacing Hbas319................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Path Information After The Host Is Restarted322................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Fiber Cable324................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Fibre Channel Switch326................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Hdlm Device Configuration328................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Changing The Hdlm Device Configuration328................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Path To An Existing Lu332................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Existing Lu333................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Path To An Existing Lu334................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Device Managed By Hdlm Into One Not Managed By Hdlm:336................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Device Not Managed By Hdlm Into One Managed By Hdlm336................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Path In Disconnected Status341................................................................................................................................................................
About Creating A New Hdlm Device341................................................................................................................................................................
Note On Adding A Bladesymphony I/o Drawer343................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting345................................................................................................................................................................
Information Collected By The Dlmgetras Utility For Collecting Hdlm Error Information346................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Error Information In Messages346................................................................................................................................................................
Examining The Messages349................................................................................................................................................................
Narrowing Down The Hardware That Might Have Caused The Error349................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Error Location And Correcting Any Hardware Error349................................................................................................................................................................
Placing The Path Online349................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For A Program Error350................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Program Information350................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For The Program Error351................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Your Hdlm Vendor Or Maintenance Company351................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For Other Errors351................................................................................................................................................................
Command Reference353................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Hdlm Command Dlnkmgr354................................................................................................................................................................
To Set The Path Statistics To 0355................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Clear Operation355................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters355................................................................................................................................................................
To Place Paths Offline358................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Offline Operation358................................................................................................................................................................
To Place Paths Online362................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Online Operation362................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up The Hdlm Operating Environment366................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Set Operation366................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Program Information380................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Path Information380................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Lu Information381................................................................................................................................................................
Ldev381................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The View Operation381................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters (to Display Program Information)381................................................................................................................................................................
Utility Reference411................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Utilities412................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmgetras Utility For Collecting Hdlm Error Information413................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Collected Error Information415................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmcfgmgr Utility For Managing The Hdlm Configuration432................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Information439................................................................................................................................................................
For Red Hat Enterprise Linux As4/es4 Or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5441................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmpr Utility For Clearing Hdlm Persistent Reservation443................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmsetopt Utility For Setting Hdlm Driver Options445................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmstart Utility For Starting Hdlm448................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmupdatesysinit Utility For Updating System Scripts449................................................................................................................................................................
Error Information To Be Collected450................................................................................................................................................................
Installhdlm Utility For Installing Hdlm451................................................................................................................................................................
Log File458................................................................................................................................................................
Messages461................................................................................................................................................................
Before Viewing The List Of Messages463................................................................................................................................................................
Format And Meaning Of Message Ids463................................................................................................................................................................
Terms Used In Messages And Message Explanations463................................................................................................................................................................
Components That Output Messages To Syslog463................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl01001 To Kapl02000464................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl01001 To Kapl464................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl03001 To Kapl04000483................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl03001 To Kapl483................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl04001 To Kapl05000485................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl04001 To Kapl485................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl05001 To Kapl06000493................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl05001 To Kapl493................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl06001 To Kapl07000499................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl06001 To Kapl499................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl07001 To Kapl08000502................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl08001 To Kapl09000502................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl07001 To Kapl502................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl08001 To Kapl502................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl09001 To Kapl10000505................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl09001 To Kapl505................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl10001 To Kapl11000527................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl10001 To Kapl527................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl11001 To Kapl12000561................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl11001 To Kapl561................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl12001 To Kapl13000563................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl12001 To Kapl563................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl13001 To Kapl14000578................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl13001 To Kapl578................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl15001 To Kapl16000590................................................................................................................................................................
Return Codes For Hitachi Command Suite Common Agent Component594................................................................................................................................................................
A Notes On Linux Commands And Files599................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The /proc/partitions File600................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Linux Commands600................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Iostat Command601................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Mkfs Command602................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Fdisk Command602................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Sar Command602................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Fdisk And Parted Commands603................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Parted Command603................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Vgrename And Lvrename Commands603................................................................................................................................................................
B Troubleshooting Products That Use The Weak-modules Script605................................................................................................................................................................
Overview606................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Products That Use The Weak-modules Script606................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Products That Use The Weak-modules Script610................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Differences Between Version 5.9.4 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 5611................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations617................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Failback623................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing626................................................................................................................................................................
Host Lu Number626................................................................................................................................................................
Intermittent Error626................................................................................................................................................................
Kvm (kernel-based Virtual Machine)626................................................................................................................................................................
Ldev (logical Device)626................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Device File627................................................................................................................................................................
Lu (logical Unit)627................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Path628................................................................................................................................................................
HP HPE XP P9500 Software User's Manual

HP HPE XP P9500 Software User's Manual (608 pages)

HP P9000 Business Continuity Manager User Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 9.95 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Hp P9000 For Business Continuity Manager Software16................................................................................................................................................................
Why Use Business Continuity Manager16................................................................................................................................................................
Communication With Hp P9000 Command View Advanced Edition Suite Software17................................................................................................................................................................
Products That Can Be Controlled By Business Continuity Manager18................................................................................................................................................................
Business Copy For Mainframe (bc Z)19................................................................................................................................................................
Continuous Access Synchronous For Mainframe (cnt Ac-s Z)19................................................................................................................................................................
Continuous Access Asynchronous For Mainframe (cnt Ac-a)20................................................................................................................................................................
Continuous Access Journal For Mainframe (cnt Ac-j Z)20................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Volume Operations21................................................................................................................................................................
Grouping To Simplify Volume Operations22................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Groups22................................................................................................................................................................
Consistency Groups23................................................................................................................................................................
Journal Groups24................................................................................................................................................................
Open/mf Consistency Groups25................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Containers25................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Consistency Groups26................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology By Copy Type27................................................................................................................................................................
Data Center Configurations27................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Configuration27................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Cascade Configuration28................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Multi-target Configuration28................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Multi-target Configuration With The Delta Resync Function28................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Configuration With Hyperswap And Continuous Access Journal29................................................................................................................................................................
X4 Configuration29................................................................................................................................................................
X4x4 Cascade Configuration30................................................................................................................................................................
X4x4 Multi-target Configuration31................................................................................................................................................................
Compatible Flashcopy Linkage Configuration32................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Supporting The Automatic Operation (bcm Monitor)32................................................................................................................................................................
Disaster Recovery Functions33................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Testing Function33................................................................................................................................................................
Functions That Support Copy Group Definitions And Operations33................................................................................................................................................................
Specified Time Suspend Functions34................................................................................................................................................................
Functions For Acquiring Volume Information34................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Path Control Function34................................................................................................................................................................
For Monitoring Events And Errors34................................................................................................................................................................
Functionalities Dependent On The Storage System35................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Identification38................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing To Set Up Business Continuity Manager39................................................................................................................................................................
Business Continuity Manager With Replication Products41................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Settings And Copy Group Definitions41................................................................................................................................................................
Replication Products And Data Center Configurations42................................................................................................................................................................
The 2dc Configurations42................................................................................................................................................................
The 3dc Configurations43................................................................................................................................................................
The 3dc Cascade Configuration44................................................................................................................................................................
The 3dc Multi-target Configuration44................................................................................................................................................................
Operations During Local Or Remote Site Storage System Maintenance Or A Failure45................................................................................................................................................................
Operations During Primary Site Host Maintenance Or A Host Failure46................................................................................................................................................................
The Delta Resync Configuration47................................................................................................................................................................
The 4x4 Configuration50................................................................................................................................................................
The 4x4x4 Cascade Configuration51................................................................................................................................................................
Operations During A Host Failure At The Primary Site52................................................................................................................................................................
Operations During A Storage System Failure At The Primary Site53................................................................................................................................................................
The Compatible Flashcopy Linkage Configuration54................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Functions54................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisites For The Compatible Flashcopy Linkage Configuration55................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Replication Product Combinations57................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Copy Group Operations58................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration For Copy Groups Used By Business Continuity Manager59................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Patterns That Allow Pair Creation59................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Patterns That Prohibit Pair Creation60................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Operation Commands62................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cli Commands To Obtain Status63................................................................................................................................................................
Meaning Of Copy Pair Status63................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ykqrydev Command To Obtain The Copy Pair Status Of Specified Volumes66................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ykquery Command To Obtain The Copy Pair Status For Each Copy Pair69................................................................................................................................................................
Acquiring Copy Pair Information From One Site Of A Copy Pair71................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Pair Status Transitions71................................................................................................................................................................
Status Monitoring For Copy Groups73................................................................................................................................................................
Status Monitoring By Copy Pair73................................................................................................................................................................
Status Monitoring By Volume74................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Business Continuity Manager Functions75................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Dkc Control Function75................................................................................................................................................................
Functions That Support Disaster Recovery77................................................................................................................................................................
The Reverse Resync Function77................................................................................................................................................................
The Continuous Access Synchronous Consistency Preservation Function78................................................................................................................................................................
The Operational Testing Function79................................................................................................................................................................
The Copy Group Configuration Check Function81................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Definition File Generation Function Using Csv Files81................................................................................................................................................................
Sms Storage Group Import Function82................................................................................................................................................................
The Specified Time Suspend Function83................................................................................................................................................................
Normal Attime Suspend Function83................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Backup Using The Normal Attime Suspend Function (for Cnt Ac-a)84................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Backup Using The Normal Attime Suspend Function (for Bc Z)84................................................................................................................................................................
When Suspensions Are Executed (normal Attime Suspend Function)85................................................................................................................................................................
Generations85................................................................................................................................................................
Caj Attime Suspend Function86................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Backup Using The Caj Attime Suspend Function (for Cnt Ac-j Z)86................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between The Attime Suspend Time And Timeout Times87................................................................................................................................................................
When Suspensions Are Executed (caj Attime Suspend Function)87................................................................................................................................................................
Caj Attime Suspend Function: Recommendations For Backing Up Multiple Generations89................................................................................................................................................................
Differences In Functionality Between Normal Attime And Caj Attime Suspend Function89................................................................................................................................................................
Functions That Acquire Volume Information90................................................................................................................................................................
Local Scan90................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Scan90................................................................................................................................................................
Volumes Used For Ng Scans92................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Types For Which A Copy Group Including Non Gen'ed Volumes Can Be Defined92................................................................................................................................................................
Operating A Copy Group Including Non Gen'ed Volumes94................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Executing An Ng Scan95................................................................................................................................................................
The Logical Path Control Function95................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-control Unit Logical Paths96................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-disk Controller Logical Paths97................................................................................................................................................................
Function That Monitors Event And Errors98................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing To Use Business Continuity Manager99................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation Overview99................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Business Continuity Manager Log Output Destination100................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Storage Systems100................................................................................................................................................................
Settings In The Set Defaults Panel101................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Device Address Domain Id101................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Prefix For Configuration Files102................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Configuration Files102................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Configuration Files102................................................................................................................................................................
Required Settings For Configuration Files105................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Configuration Files On Each Site105................................................................................................................................................................
Acquiring Volume Information (preparations)106................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Local Scan To Acquire Volume Information106................................................................................................................................................................
Information106................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Hardware (ng Scan)106................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Configuration Files (ng Scan)107................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Remote Scan To Acquire Remote Storage System Information107................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying A Route List Id109................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Remote Scan110................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Dummy Device Number110................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Logical Path111................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing A Logical Path112................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing An Inter-control Unit Logical Path113................................................................................................................................................................
Acquiring Path Information From A Storage System113................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Prerequisite Conditions For Acquiring A Port Number114................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing A Logical Path In The Reverse Direction115................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Logical Path115................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Remote Dkc Control Function Environment115................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Routes116................................................................................................................................................................
Procedures For Configuring Routes116................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Configuring Routes117................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Route List118................................................................................................................................................................
Route List Settings119................................................................................................................................................................
Registering A Command Device119................................................................................................................................................................
Registering A Command Device In The Forward Direction119................................................................................................................................................................
Command Device Setup Procedure119................................................................................................................................................................
Registering A Command Device In The Reverse Direction120................................................................................................................................................................
Command Device Definition Rules120................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Command Devices120................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Command Devices Registered In A Route List121................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Command Devices Not Registered In A Route List121................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Inter-control Unit Logical Path Dedicated To The Command Device122................................................................................................................................................................
Supporting A Cnt Ac-s Z Or Cnt Ac-a Z Copy Group Configuration122................................................................................................................................................................
Supporting A Continuous Access Journal For Mainframe Copy Group Configuration123................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing To Use The Remote Dkc Control Function123................................................................................................................................................................
Function123................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A Copy Group124................................................................................................................................................................
Environment Definition For Using The Reverse Resync Function124................................................................................................................................................................
When The Reverse Resync Function Is Used From The Primary Site And One Or More Other Sites125................................................................................................................................................................
When The Reverse Resync Function Is Used Only From The Primary Site125................................................................................................................................................................
A 2dc Configuration Example126................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Definitions126................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A 2dc Configuration126................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Hardware (2dc Configuration)127................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Configuration Files (2dc Configuration)128................................................................................................................................................................
Flow Of Configuration Definitions (2dc Configuration)129................................................................................................................................................................
Secondary Site With A Host129................................................................................................................................................................
Secondary Site Without A Host130................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Procedure (2dc Configuration)131................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A 3dc Cascade Configuration135................................................................................................................................................................
A 3dc Cascade Configuration Example136................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Hardware (3dc Cascade Configuration)136................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Configuration Files (3dc Cascade Configuration)137................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Procedure (3dc Cascade Configuration)139................................................................................................................................................................
Steps On The Primary Host (3dc Cascade Configuration)140................................................................................................................................................................
Steps On The Secondary Host (3dc Cascade Configuration)143................................................................................................................................................................
A 3dc Multi-target Configuration Example148................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A 3dc Multi-target Configuration148................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Hardware (3dc Multi-target Configuration)149................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Configuration Files (3dc Multi-target Configuration)150................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Procedure (3dc Multi-target Configuration)152................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Scan (3dc Multi-target Configuration)153................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Operations On The Primary Site (3dc Multi-target Configuration)153................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Operations On The Local Site (3dc Multi-target Configuration)155................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Operations On The Remote Site (3dc Multi-target Configuration)157................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Copy Group (3dc Multi-target Configuration)159................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example (delta Resync Configuration)160................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A Delta Resync Configuration160................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Hardware (delta Resync Configuration)161................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Configuration Files (delta Resync Configuration)162................................................................................................................................................................
Delta Resync Configuration163................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Procedure (delta Resync Configuration)166................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Disk Configuration Definition File167................................................................................................................................................................
Settings On The Primary Site167................................................................................................................................................................
Settings On The Local Site (delta Resync Configuration)169................................................................................................................................................................
Settings On The Remote Site (delta Resync Configuration)171................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Copy Group (delta Resync Configuration)173................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Pair Status Transitions For Delta Resync Pairs174................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example (hyperswap)176................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A 2dc Configuration With Hyperswap And Cnt-ac J Z176................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Hardware (hyperswap)177................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Configuration Files (hyperswap)178................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Procedure (hyperswap)181................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Scan181................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up For Performing Operations At The Primary Site182................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up For Performing Operations At The Secondary Site185................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Copy Group186................................................................................................................................................................
A 4x4 Configuration Example187................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A 4x4 Configuration187................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Hardware (4x4 Configuration)190................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Configuration Files (4x4 Configuration)192................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Procedure (4x4 Configuration)193................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A New 4x4 Configuration194................................................................................................................................................................
Expanding To A 4x4 Configuration By Adding Storage Systems To A 2dc Configuration195................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration196................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New Journal Group To A 4x4 Configuration197................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Existing Journal Group To A 4x4 Configuration198................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Registration Status Of Exctg (4x4 Configuration)199................................................................................................................................................................
Exctg Registration When The Copy Operation Is Performed In The Forward Direction199................................................................................................................................................................
Exctg Registration When The Copy Operation Is Performed In The Reverse Direction200................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A 4x4x4 Cascade Configuration201................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example (4x4x4 Cascade)202................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Hardware (4x4x4 Cascade)203................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Configuration Files (4x4x4 Cascade)204................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Procedure (4x4x4 Cascade)206................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A New 4x4x4 Cascade Configuration207................................................................................................................................................................
Expanding To A 4x4x4 Cascade Configuration By Adding A Continuous Access Journal Z Copy Group To A Continuous Access Synchronous Z Copy Group216................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Registration Status Of The Exctg230................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example (caj Attime Suspend)230................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A Configuration So That The Caj Attime Suspend Function Can Be Used230................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Hardware (caj Attime Suspend)231................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Software (caj Attime Suspend)232................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example (open/mf Consistency)234................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A Configuration So That The Open/mf Consistency Preservation Function Can Be Used234................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Hardware (open/mf Consistency)235................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Software (open/mf Consistency)236................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Procedure (open/mf Consistency)236................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing At The Open System Side237................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Procedure For Business Continuity Manager237................................................................................................................................................................
When Defining A New Copy Group237................................................................................................................................................................
When Assigning An Attribute To A Existing Copy Group237................................................................................................................................................................
When Disabling An Attribute Of An Existing Copy Group237................................................................................................................................................................
Generating A Copy Group Definition File (csv File For Copy Group Definition)239................................................................................................................................................................
Required Files (csv File For Copy Group Definition)239................................................................................................................................................................
Importing Copy Groups239................................................................................................................................................................
Generating A Copy Group Definition File By Using Csv Files239................................................................................................................................................................
Attributes To Be Defined In A Base Copy Group Definition File240................................................................................................................................................................
Csv Copy Group Rules241................................................................................................................................................................
Generation Example (csv File For Copy Group Definition)243................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Jcl (for Csv Copy Group Definition)244................................................................................................................................................................
Generating Csv Files For Copy Group Definition245................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Jcl For Csv File For Copy Group Definition246................................................................................................................................................................
Updating An Existing Copy Group Definition File247................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of A Pprc Copy Pair Configuration248................................................................................................................................................................
Importing Definitions For Monitoring Pprc Copy Pairs248................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Hardware249................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Software249................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Types And Generation Units For Which Definitions Can Be Generated249................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Pprc Commands249................................................................................................................................................................
Generating Copy Group Definition Files From The Ispf Panel251................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Importing Pprc Copy Pairs252................................................................................................................................................................
When Monitoring Pprc Cnt Ac-s/cnt Ac-a Copy Pairs252................................................................................................................................................................
When Monitoring Only Pprc Bc Z Copy Pairs252................................................................................................................................................................
When Monitoring Only Pprc Cnt Ac-s Z/bc Z Copy Pairs253................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing To Use Sms Storage Group Definitions254................................................................................................................................................................
Importing Sms Storage Group Definitions254................................................................................................................................................................
Importing Storage Group Information255................................................................................................................................................................
Before Importing New Sms Storage Groups256................................................................................................................................................................
Importing New Storage Group Information256................................................................................................................................................................
Importing Changed Storage Volume Information257................................................................................................................................................................
About The Sms List Output Function257................................................................................................................................................................
Jcl Example (sms Storage Group Definition)257................................................................................................................................................................
When Executing Copy Group Operation Commands258................................................................................................................................................................
Using Business Continuity Manager258................................................................................................................................................................
Before Using Copy Pairs258................................................................................................................................................................
Batch Processing For Multiple Copy Pairs260................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Pair Operations Common To All Copy Types260................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Pair Operations For Bc Z And Cnt Ac-a260................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Pair Operations For Bc Z261................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Pair Operations For Cnt Ac-s Z261................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Pair Operations For Cnt Ac-j Z261................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Output From Business Continuity Manager261................................................................................................................................................................
Expanding To Rexx Variables262................................................................................................................................................................
Using Configuration Files262................................................................................................................................................................
Working With Scripts262................................................................................................................................................................
Acquiring Copy Pair Status263................................................................................................................................................................
Creating And Dissolving Copy Pairs263................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Copy Pair Status263................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Copy Pair Status263................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Copy Group Configuration263................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Script263................................................................................................................................................................
About Scripts And Ykload264................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing To Use A Copy Group264................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Backup Operations264................................................................................................................................................................
Suspending A Copy Group264................................................................................................................................................................
Resynchronizing A Copy Group264................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Status Of A Copy Group264................................................................................................................................................................
Operating A Copy Group264................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Copy Group265................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up A Copy Group267................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Testing267................................................................................................................................................................
Status During Normal Operations268................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Operations Using The Cnt Ac-j Z Attime Suspend Function268................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Cnt Ac-j Z Attime Backups269................................................................................................................................................................
If An Error Occurs While Copy Pairs Are Suspended271................................................................................................................................................................
Determining The Volume To Be Used For Restoration272................................................................................................................................................................
Check Whether The Cnt Ac-j Z S-vol Is Usable272................................................................................................................................................................
Check Which Business Copy S-vol Generation Is Usable272................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Canceling Attime Suspension Information272................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Copy Status273................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Status And Changing Configurations In A 3dc Cascade Configuration273................................................................................................................................................................
When The Cnt Ac-s Consistency Preservation Function Is Not Used274................................................................................................................................................................
When The Cnt Ac-s Consistency Preservation Function Is Used275................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Configurations Of Cnt Ac-s Z And Cnt Ac-j Z Copy Groups275................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Compatible Flashcopy Linkage Function In A 2dc Configuration278................................................................................................................................................................
Using Compatible Flashcopy Linkage Configurations278................................................................................................................................................................
Compatible Flashcopy Linkage When The Copy Pair Is In The Duplex Status279................................................................................................................................................................
Compatible Flashcopy Linkage Using The Preserve Mirror Function When The Copy Pair Is In The279................................................................................................................................................................
Duplex Status (continuous Access Synchronous Z)280................................................................................................................................................................
Compatible Flashcopy Linkage When The Copy Pair Is In The Suspend Status282................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Compatible Flashcopy Linkage Function In A 3dc Multi-target Configuration283................................................................................................................................................................
Determining The Compatible Flashcopy Copy Status285................................................................................................................................................................
How To Determine The Compatible Flashcopy Copy Status285................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of A Script That Determines The Compatible Flashcopy Copy Status285................................................................................................................................................................
Operating An Open/mf Consistency Group286................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Pprc Copy Pairs286................................................................................................................................................................
Using An Open/mf Consistency Group286................................................................................................................................................................
Resynchronizing An Open/mf Consistency Group287................................................................................................................................................................
Failover Procedure288................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance And Troubleshooting Operations288................................................................................................................................................................
Using A 2dc Configuration288................................................................................................................................................................
Failback Procedure290................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Failovers And Failbacks In A 2dc Configuration291................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Operating Copy Pairs292................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Dissolving Copy Pairs292................................................................................................................................................................
Using A 3dc Cascade Configuration293................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Delta Resync Configuration297................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Primary Site Storage System Maintenance300................................................................................................................................................................
Failover For Primary Site Storage System Maintenance300................................................................................................................................................................
Failback To The Primary Site302................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Local Site Storage System Maintenance305................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing306................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering307................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Remote Site Storage System Maintenance307................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Primary Site Host Maintenance309................................................................................................................................................................
Failover For Primary Site Host Maintenance309................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Primary Site Storage System Failure (volatile)314................................................................................................................................................................
Failover315................................................................................................................................................................
Failback316................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Primary Site Storage System Failure (nonvolatile)321................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Local Site Storage System Failure (volatile)326................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Local Site Storage System Failure (nonvolatile)330................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Remote Site Storage System Failure (volatile)330................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Remote Site Storage System Failure (nonvolatile)333................................................................................................................................................................
Primary Site Host Failure333................................................................................................................................................................
Local Site Storage System338................................................................................................................................................................
Successfully340................................................................................................................................................................
Managing The Holdtrns Status341................................................................................................................................................................
When Copy Pairs Do Not Change To Hold Status342................................................................................................................................................................
Managing The Holder Status343................................................................................................................................................................
Deltajnl343................................................................................................................................................................
If Pair Status Changes To Nodelta345................................................................................................................................................................
About Containers With Pairs Of Mixed Pair Statuses346................................................................................................................................................................
Ensuring Successful Completion Of Delta Resync In Advance346................................................................................................................................................................
Using A 2dc Configuration With Hyperswap And Continuous Access Journal Z348................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Startup Procedure350................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Primary Storage System Maintenance351................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Primary Host Maintenance356................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Local Storage System Maintenance360................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Remote Storage System Maintenance361................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Primary Storage System Failure (volatile)362................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Primary Storage System Failure (nonvolatile)368................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Primary Host Failure372................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System376................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Local Storage System Failure (volatile)377................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Local Storage System Failure (nonvolatile)379................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During Remote Storage System Failure (volatile)379................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Remote Storage System Failure (nonvolatile)382................................................................................................................................................................
Using A 4x4x4 Cascade Configuration383................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Intermediate Site Storage System Maintenance390................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During An Intermediate Site Storage System Failure (volatile)409................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During An Intermediate Site Storage System Failure (nonvolatile)415................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedure During A Primary Site Host Failure420................................................................................................................................................................
Intermediate Site Storage System424................................................................................................................................................................
Local Scan Procedure430................................................................................................................................................................
Scanning A Device Locally On The Primary Site (local Scan)430................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ispf Panels430................................................................................................................................................................
Acquiring Volume Information430................................................................................................................................................................
Scanning A Device Locally On The Secondary Site (local Scan)434................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring A Disk Configuration Definition File From The Secondary Site To The Primary Site434................................................................................................................................................................
Ng Scan Procedure435................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Inter-dkc Logical Path Set439................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Path Set439................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Logical Path To A Path Set440................................................................................................................................................................
Allocating Physical Paths To Logical Paths443................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Inter-cu Logical Path Set447................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Logical Path To Path Set447................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A Route List457................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A Route List Id458................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The First Entry Of The Route459................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Entry (extended Route Definition)463................................................................................................................................................................
If The Storage System On The Secondary Site Has Been Scanned464................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Scanning Of The Storage System On The Secondary Site From The Primary Site466................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Second Route468................................................................................................................................................................
Images For Route List Definitions468................................................................................................................................................................
Registering A Command Device In A Storage System470................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Scan Procedure472................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Dummy Device Numbers477................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Copy Group Id And Copy Group Attributes (cnt Ac-j Z)478................................................................................................................................................................
Adding The Copy Pair To The Copy Group (cnt Ac-j Z)480................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Copy Group Id And Copy Group Attributes (bc)482................................................................................................................................................................
Adding The Copy Pair To The Copy Group (bc)483................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Copy Group Id And Copy Group Attributes (ca)483................................................................................................................................................................
Adding The Copy Pair To The Copy Group (ca)484................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Copy Group Id And Copy Group Attributes (cnt Ac-a)484................................................................................................................................................................
Contents 1485................................................................................................................................................................
Adding The Copy Pair To The Copy Group (cnt Ac-a)485................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A Copy Group Container485................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Copy Group Id And Copy Group Attributes486................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A C/t Group487................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Copy Group That Is A Container To One That Is Not (deleting A C/t Group)489................................................................................................................................................................
Defining An Exctg489................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Settings492................................................................................................................................................................
Defining An Open/mf Consistency Group492................................................................................................................................................................
Loading A Copy Group493................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Copy Group Definition (setting The Open/mf Consistency Attribute)495................................................................................................................................................................
Loading A Copy Group After Changing Its Definition496................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Copy Groups500................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Cnt-ac J Z Copy Pair (simplex To Duplex)503................................................................................................................................................................
Suspending A Cnt-ac J Z Copy Pair507................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Business Copy For Mainframe Copy Pair (simplex To Duplex)508................................................................................................................................................................
Suspending A Business Copy For Mainframe Copy Pair510................................................................................................................................................................
Resynchronizing A Cnt-ac J Zcopy Pair511................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Operation Using Bcm Monitor513................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Business Continuity Manager Monitor Functions513................................................................................................................................................................
Business Continuity Manager Monitor Operator Commands516................................................................................................................................................................
The Monitoring Status Of A Copy Group517................................................................................................................................................................
Putting Business Continuity Manager Monitor To Sleep517................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Point517................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Business Continuity Manager Monitor517................................................................................................................................................................
Format517................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Stopping The Business Continuity Manager Monitor517................................................................................................................................................................
Operands518................................................................................................................................................................
Example518................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping Business Continuity Manager Monitor518................................................................................................................................................................
Remarks519................................................................................................................................................................
Forcibly Stopping Business Continuity Manager Monitor519................................................................................................................................................................
Return Codes For Business Continuity Manager Monitor520................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Commands Available In Bcm Monitor520................................................................................................................................................................
Display Command521................................................................................................................................................................
Report Command522................................................................................................................................................................
Set Command523................................................................................................................................................................
Sleep Command525................................................................................................................................................................
Wakeup Command526................................................................................................................................................................
Logs Collected By Bcm Monitor527................................................................................................................................................................
When A Business Continuity Manager Monitor Instance Cannot Be Started527................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Procedures Provided By Bcm Monitor527................................................................................................................................................................
When A Business Continuity Manager Monitor Instance Has Started528................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Operation Example529................................................................................................................................................................
Example Configuration For Backup Operation529................................................................................................................................................................
Business Continuity Manager Monitor Operation Examples529................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Operation Flow530................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Creating The Ykmonopt File Used For A Backup Operation531................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Creating The Ykmoncg File Used For A Backup Operation531................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Failure Monitoring532................................................................................................................................................................
Example Configuration Of Failure Monitoring532................................................................................................................................................................
Failure Monitoring Flow533................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Creating A Ykmonopt File Used For Failure Monitoring534................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Creating A Ykmoncg File Used For Failure Monitoring534................................................................................................................................................................
Linkage With Replication Manager536................................................................................................................................................................
What Can Be Achieved When Business Continuity Manager Is Linked To Replication Manager536................................................................................................................................................................
Device Scan From Replication Manager537................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A Copy Group From Replication Manager537................................................................................................................................................................
Manipulating A Copy Group From Replication Manager538................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring A Copy Group From Replication Manager538................................................................................................................................................................
Possible Configurations538................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Business Continuity Manager Agent539................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Startup Mode539................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Lock Mode540................................................................................................................................................................
Operations After The Configuration File Is Locked541................................................................................................................................................................
If The Business Continuity Manager Agent Has Already Been Started541................................................................................................................................................................
If The Ispf Panel Or Bcm Monitor Has Already Been Started542................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Audit Logs544................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Stopping Business Continuity Manager Agents544................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Business Continuity Manager Agent545................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping A Business Continuity Manager Agent545................................................................................................................................................................
Return Codes546................................................................................................................................................................
Forcibly Stopping A Business Continuity Manager Agent546................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Or Changing The Log Output Level547................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Log Output Level547................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Log Output Level548................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Updating Configuration Files548................................................................................................................................................................
Working Around Site Errors And Host Failures549................................................................................................................................................................
Error Types And Error Information Handling549................................................................................................................................................................
When Business Continuity Manager Agent Cannot Be Started551................................................................................................................................................................
When Information Obtained From Business Continuity Manager Agent Is Not Updated553................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting554................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Failures554................................................................................................................................................................
Error Notification554................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Monitor555................................................................................................................................................................
Trace Output Method556................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Logs556................................................................................................................................................................
Log Types556................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Business Continuity Manager Log Output Destination557................................................................................................................................................................
System Logger Service Setup557................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A Log Stream558................................................................................................................................................................
Which Parameters To Specify For A Log Stream Definition559................................................................................................................................................................
Planning A Dasd Log Dataset561................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Log Stream561................................................................................................................................................................
Confirming A Log Stream561................................................................................................................................................................
Business Continuity Manager Log Output Method561................................................................................................................................................................
Using System Logger Service561................................................................................................................................................................
Not Using System Logger Service562................................................................................................................................................................
Business Continuity Manager Log Data Formats564................................................................................................................................................................
Business Continuity Manager Log Data Output Tool564................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Log Data Conditions564................................................................................................................................................................
Example Jcl565................................................................................................................................................................
Error Processing565................................................................................................................................................................
Data Format566................................................................................................................................................................
Ispf Log Data566................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Command-execution Logs566................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ispf Editor567................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Script For Retrieval568................................................................................................................................................................
Hyperswap Completion Detection568................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering From A Failure569................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering A Command Device After An Ldev Blockage569................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering A Command Device After A Power Outage569................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering A Log Dataset After Logs Are Full569................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Operations When A Failure Occurs For A Volume In A Copy Group570................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering From A Cnt Ac-j Z Failure570................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Failures570................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering From Failures During Failovers And Psoff/cut Power571................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering From Other Types Of Failures573................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do When An Error Occurs While Creating A Configuration File575................................................................................................................................................................
How To Correct An Error That Occurs While Creating Or Updating A Configuration File575................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Actions577................................................................................................................................................................
Csv Files578................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources580................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp580................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service580................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback580................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information580................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites582................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions For Storage Capacity Values582................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions582................................................................................................................................................................
A Defining Command Devices In Non-basic Configurations584................................................................................................................................................................
Configurations For Which The Same Command Device Is Shared From Multiple Hosts584................................................................................................................................................................
Configurations For Which Command Devices Can And Cannot Be Defined584................................................................................................................................................................
Configurations For Which Command Devices Can Be Defined584................................................................................................................................................................
Configurations For Which Command Devices Cannot Be Defined584................................................................................................................................................................
Address Domain586................................................................................................................................................................
B Initializing Volumes For Command Devices For The Xp1024/xp128 Disk Array589................................................................................................................................................................
Command Device Settings589................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of A Jcl For Volume Initialization Of Command Devices590................................................................................................................................................................
C Conventions In Syntax Explanations591................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary593................................................................................................................................................................
Index602................................................................................................................................................................

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HP HPE XP P9500 User Manual (574 pages)

Hitachi Dynamic Link Manager Software User Guide for Solaris (6.6) (HIT5205-96011, November 2011)  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 3.37 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Hdlm14................................................................................................................................................................
A Sun Cluster 3.2 Commands15................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Cluster 3.2 Commands15................................................................................................................................................................
B Functional Differences Between Versions Of Hdlm15................................................................................................................................................................
Utility Reference15................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Help18................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Hdlm20................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Features21................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Functions23................................................................................................................................................................
Devices Managed By Hdlm25................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration25................................................................................................................................................................
Program Configuration28................................................................................................................................................................
Position Of The Hdlm Driver And Hdlm Device30................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Device Files For Hdlm Devices31................................................................................................................................................................
Distributing A Load Using Load Balancing32................................................................................................................................................................
Paths To Which Load Balancing Is Applied34................................................................................................................................................................
When Using The Thunder 9500v Series, Or Hitachi Ams/wms Series34................................................................................................................................................................
Series, Or Hitachi Sms35................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing Algorithms35................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Failovers And Failbacks Using Path Switching37................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Path Switching38................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Failovers38................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Path Switching40................................................................................................................................................................
Path Status Transition41................................................................................................................................................................
The Online Path Status41................................................................................................................................................................
The Offline Path Status41................................................................................................................................................................
Status Transitions Of A Path42................................................................................................................................................................
Intermittent Error Monitoring (functionality When Automatic Failback Is Used)43................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Intermittent Errors44................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Intermittent Error Monitoring44................................................................................................................................................................
Intermittent Error Monitoring Actions44................................................................................................................................................................
When An Intermittent Error Occurs44................................................................................................................................................................
When An Intermittent Error Does Not Occur45................................................................................................................................................................
When A User Changes The Intermittent Error Information47................................................................................................................................................................
Detecting Errors By Using Path Health Checking49................................................................................................................................................................
Error Management49................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Collected Logs50................................................................................................................................................................
Error Information51................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering Of Error Information52................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Audit Log Data53................................................................................................................................................................
Categories And Audit Events That Hdlm Can Output To The Audit Log55................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Outputting Audit Log Data58................................................................................................................................................................
Destination And Filtering Of Audit Log Data58................................................................................................................................................................
Audit Log Data Formats59................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Hdlm Management Using Global Link Manager61................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Support62................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Hdlm Environment65................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm System Requirements67................................................................................................................................................................
Hosts And Oss Supported By Hdlm67................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Systems Supported By Hdlm67................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Systems67................................................................................................................................................................
Hbas68................................................................................................................................................................
When Handling Intermediate Volumes Managed By Hitachi Rapidxchange69................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Software Supported By Hdlm69................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Manager Supported By Hdlm70................................................................................................................................................................
Combinations Of Cluster Software And Volume Managers Supported By Hdlm71................................................................................................................................................................
For The Sun Cluster Or Vcs Environment71................................................................................................................................................................
When Creating An Oracle9i Rac Environment74................................................................................................................................................................
When Creating An Oracle Rac 10g Environment75................................................................................................................................................................
When Creating An Oracle Rac 11g Environment88................................................................................................................................................................
Virtualization Environments Supported By Hdlm94................................................................................................................................................................
Memory And Disk Capacity Requirements95................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Capacity Requirements96................................................................................................................................................................
The Number Of Paths Supported In Hdlm96................................................................................................................................................................
Flow For Creating An Hdlm Environment97................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Installation Types98................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Creating An Hdlm Environment99................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Related Software104................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Command Execution105................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Disk Label105................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hdlm105................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For A New Installation Of Hdlm105................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Operations On Devices To Be Managed By Hdlm105................................................................................................................................................................
Apply Solaris Patches107................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up The Hardware107................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up The /kernel/drv/sd.conf File108................................................................................................................................................................
Switch The Kernel Mode108................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up The /etc/system File109................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up Sun Cluster111................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation For Performing An Unattended Installation Of Hdlm113................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A New Installation Of Hdlm (when Sun Cluster Is Not Being Used)113................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A New Installation Of Hdlm (when Sun Cluster Is Being Used)120................................................................................................................................................................
Performing An Upgrade Installation Or Re-installation Of Hdlm131................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hdlm In An Ldoms Environment135................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Boot Disk Environment140................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Configuring A Boot Disk Environment140................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Configuring A Boot Disk Environment141................................................................................................................................................................
Migration From An Existing Hdlm Environment141................................................................................................................................................................
Migration By Installing Hdlm In The Existing Local Boot Disk Environment143................................................................................................................................................................
Migration By Installing Hdlm In The Existing Boot Disk Environment145................................................................................................................................................................
Migration By Building A New Pre-migration Environment147................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Post-migration Environment149................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Boot Disk Environment For A Zfs File System154................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Disk Environment That Uses A Zfs File System154................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Zfs Boot Disk Environment155................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating From A Zfs Boot Disk Environment To The Local Boot Disk Environment159................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating From A Boot Disk Environment To The Local Boot Disk Environment160................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring The Environment By Using Svm166................................................................................................................................................................
From The Local Boot Disk Environment166................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Disk Environment Incorporating Svm170................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hdlm And Then Configuring The Environment171................................................................................................................................................................
Placing The Boot Disks Under Hdlm Management171................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hdlm177................................................................................................................................................................
Excluding The Prepared Lus From Hdlm Management177................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Environment And Then Uninstalling Hdlm177................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Path Configuration183................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Hdlm Functions184................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Current Settings184................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Hdlm Functions184................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Load Balancing185................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Path Health Checking186................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Automatic Failback Function186................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Error Log Collection Level187................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Trace Level188................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Error Log File Size189................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Number Of Error Log Files189................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Trace File Size190................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Number Of Trace Files190................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Audit Log Data Collection190................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Audit Log Facility191................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Updated Settings192................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Integrated Traces193................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using The Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library194................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library Setup Menu194................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Size Of Integrated Trace Files195................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Number Of Integrated Trace Files195................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Buffer Size Per Monitoring Interval Duration196................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Number Of Messages To Be Output Per Monitoring Interval197................................................................................................................................................................
Finishing The Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library Settings198................................................................................................................................................................
Applying The Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library Settings198................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Vxvm200................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Disk Group201................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Vxvm Volumes203................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Devices From Vxvm204................................................................................................................................................................
Devices To Be Removed From Vxvm204................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Devices From Vxvm On A Controller Basis206................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Devices From Vxvm On A Path Basis210................................................................................................................................................................
Linking Vxvm And Sun Cluster218................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Hdlm Devices221................................................................................................................................................................
To Use A Local Metadevice221................................................................................................................................................................
To Use A Shared Diskset222................................................................................................................................................................
To Use A Local Volume225................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Hdlm Uninstallation228................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Hdlm Uninstallation229................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Operations On Hdlm-managed Devices229................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Sun Cluster Settings230................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Vcs Settings233................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Vxvm Settings233................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Sds Settings233................................................................................................................................................................
Remove Svm Settings234................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hdlm From The Local Boot Disk Environment235................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hdlm From The Boot Disk Environment237................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hdlm From An Ldoms Environment237................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Cluster Settings242................................................................................................................................................................
File System Settings244................................................................................................................................................................
Application Program Settings244................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library (hntrlib2)244................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library (hntrlib)245................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Operation247................................................................................................................................................................
When A Path Error Is Detected248................................................................................................................................................................
Iostat Command248................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Host, System, And Hdlm In A Solaris 10 Environment249................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Solaris250................................................................................................................................................................
Operation In Single-user Mode250................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing Hdlm When The Host Is Started In Single-user Mode250................................................................................................................................................................
Tasks That Can Be Performed In Single-user Mode251................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance Tasks On Devices Connected By Paths In The Boot Disk Environment252................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Operations Using Commands252................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Status Of Paths253................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Status Of Paths To Online253................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Status Of Paths To Offline(c)254................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Lu Information255................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing Statistical Information For Paths256................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Setting Up The Operating Environment257................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Operating Environment257................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Operating Environment257................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing License Information258................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The License259................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Hdlm Version Information259................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Hdlm Component Information260................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Stopping The Hdlm Manager261................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Hdlm Manager261................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping The Hdlm Manager261................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Resident Processes262................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Configuration Of The Hdlm Operating Environment262................................................................................................................................................................
Environment263................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Configuration Of A System That Uses Hdlm263................................................................................................................................................................
When The Path Configuration Is Changed263................................................................................................................................................................
Switching The Kernel Mode265................................................................................................................................................................
When The Path Configuration Is Changed In A Boot Disk Environment265................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Reconfiguration (dr) For Solaris266................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Reconfiguring The Hdlm Device266................................................................................................................................................................
Reconfiguring The Hdlm Device266................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Reconfiguring The Hdlm Device267................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New Lu (when Not Using Sun Cluster)269................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New Lu By Restarting The Nodes (when Using Sun Cluster)271................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New Lu Via Dynamic Reconfiguration (when Using Sun Cluster)277................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Changes Such As Deleting A Logical Unit282................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Configuration By Restarting The Host283................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Lu Via Dynamic Reconfiguration288................................................................................................................................................................
Changing An Hdlm-managed Device To A Non-hdlm-managed Device290................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Non-hdlm-managed Device To An Hdlm-managed Device290................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting309................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Error Information In Messages310................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Error Path313................................................................................................................................................................
Narrowing Down The Hardware That Might Have Caused The Error313................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Error Location And Correcting Any Hardware Errors313................................................................................................................................................................
Placing The Path Online313................................................................................................................................................................
Actions To Take For A Path Error In A Boot Disk Environment314................................................................................................................................................................
Path Errors During Boot Processing314................................................................................................................................................................
When A Path Error Occurs At The Initial Stage Of Boot Processing314................................................................................................................................................................
When A Path Error Occurs After The Hdlm Driver Starts Path Processing314................................................................................................................................................................
Path Errors After Boot Processing Completes315................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For A Program Error315................................................................................................................................................................
Examining The Messages316................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Program Information316................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For The Program Error316................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Your Hdlm Vendor Or Maintenance Company317................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For Other Errors317................................................................................................................................................................
Command Reference319................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Hdlm Command Dlnkmgr320................................................................................................................................................................
To Set The Path Statistics To 0321................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Clear Operation321................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters321................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter322................................................................................................................................................................
To Place Paths Offline324................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Offline Operation324................................................................................................................................................................
To Place Paths Online329................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Online Operation330................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up The Hdlm Operating Environment334................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Set Operation335................................................................................................................................................................
View (displays Information)348................................................................................................................................................................
Format349................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Program Information349................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Path Information349................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Lu Information349................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Hba Port Information350................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Cha Port Information350................................................................................................................................................................
To Display I/o Information For Each Hba Port381................................................................................................................................................................
To Display I/o Information For Each Cha Port381................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Monitor Operation Format381................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Monitor Operation Format385................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Utilities387................................................................................................................................................................
The Dlmgetras Utility For Collecting Hdlm Error Information389................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Collected Error Information391................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Definition File407................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration File412................................................................................................................................................................
Contents Of The Installation-information Settings File415................................................................................................................................................................
About The Log File416................................................................................................................................................................
Log File422................................................................................................................................................................
Messages425................................................................................................................................................................
Before Viewing The List Of Messages427................................................................................................................................................................
Format And Meaning Of Message Ids427................................................................................................................................................................
Terms Used In Messages And Message Explanations427................................................................................................................................................................
Components That Output Messages To Syslog427................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl01001 To Kapl02000428................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl01001 To Kapl428................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl03001 To Kapl04000449................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl03001 To Kapl449................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl04001 To Kapl05000452................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl04001 To Kapl452................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl05001 To Kapl06000459................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl05001 To Kapl459................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl06001 To Kapl07000466................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl06001 To Kapl466................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl07001 To Kapl08000469................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl07001 To Kapl469................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl08001 To Kapl09000470................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl08001 To Kapl470................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl09001 To Kapl10000472................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl09001 To Kapl472................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl10001 To Kapl11000498................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl10001 To Kapl498................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl11001 To Kapl12000533................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl11001 To Kapl533................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl13001 To Kapl14000536................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl13001 To Kapl536................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl15001 To Kapl16000537................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl15001 To Kapl537................................................................................................................................................................
Return Codes For Hitachi Command Suite Common Agent Component540................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Differences Between Version 6.1 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 6.1551................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Differences Between Version 6.0 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 6.0551................................................................................................................................................................
Or Later551................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations553................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Failback559................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing562................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Device File563................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Path564................................................................................................................................................................
HP HPE XP P9500 User Manual

HP HPE XP P9500 User Manual (450 pages)

Hitachi Dynamic Link Manager Software User Guide for AIX (6.6) (T5208-96012, November 2011)  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 2.25 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Hdlm12................................................................................................................................................................
B Differences Between Hdlm Version 5.9 Or Later And Version 5.8.1 Or Earlier13................................................................................................................................................................
Utility Reference13................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Help16................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Hdlm18................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Features19................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Functions21................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Support22................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters23................................................................................................................................................................
Lu Configuration25................................................................................................................................................................
Program Configuration26................................................................................................................................................................
Distributing A Load Using Load Balancing28................................................................................................................................................................
Paths To Which Load Balancing Is Applied30................................................................................................................................................................
When Using The Thunder 9500v Series, Or Hitachi Ams/wms Series30................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing Algorithms31................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Failovers And Failbacks Using Path Switching33................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Failovers34................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Of Switching Destination Paths35................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Path Switching38................................................................................................................................................................
Path Status Transition39................................................................................................................................................................
The Online Path Status39................................................................................................................................................................
The Offline Path Status39................................................................................................................................................................
Status Transitions Of A Path40................................................................................................................................................................
Correspondence Between Path Statuses Displayed By The Os And By40................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Intermittent Error Monitoring43................................................................................................................................................................
Intermittent Error Monitoring Actions43................................................................................................................................................................
When An Intermittent Error Occurs44................................................................................................................................................................
When An Intermittent Error Does Not Occur44................................................................................................................................................................
When A User Changes The Intermittent Error Information46................................................................................................................................................................
Detecting Errors By Using Path Health Checking48................................................................................................................................................................
Error Management48................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Collected Logs49................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering Of Error Information51................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Error Information (dlmgetrasinst)52................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Audit Log Data53................................................................................................................................................................
Categories And Audit Events That Hdlm Can Output To The Audit Log54................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Outputting Audit Log Data57................................................................................................................................................................
Destination And Filtering Of Audit Log Data57................................................................................................................................................................
Audit Log Data Formats58................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Hdlm Management Using Global Link Manager60................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Hdlm Environment63................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm System Requirements65................................................................................................................................................................
Host And Os Support For Hdlm65................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Systems Supported By Hdlm67................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Systems67................................................................................................................................................................
When Handling Intermediate Volumes Managed By Hitachi Rapidxchange68................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Software Supported By Hdlm68................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Capacity Requirements71................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Paths Supported In Hdlm72................................................................................................................................................................
Flow For Creating An Hdlm Environment72................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Hdlm Installation73................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Creating An Hdlm Environment74................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Installing Hdlm74................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On An Upgrade Installation Or Re-installation Of Hdlm74................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Virtual I/o Server75................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On A License Key76................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Trace Files76................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Storage Systems77................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Cluster77................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Automatic Failback78................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On The Queue_depth Parameter Value For An Hdlm-managed Device78................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hdlm78................................................................................................................................................................
Available Installation Methods78................................................................................................................................................................
When Performing A Migration Of Hdlm81................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Or Re-installing Hdlm In A Powerha 5.5 Or Powerha81................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For A New Installation Of Hdlm83................................................................................................................................................................
Perform Operations For Hdlm Management-target Devices83................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up The Hardware84................................................................................................................................................................
Switch The Kernel Mode85................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up Cluster Software85................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A New Installation Of Hdlm86................................................................................................................................................................
When Installing Hdlm In A Local Boot Disk Environment86................................................................................................................................................................
When Installing Hdlm In A Boot Disk Environment90................................................................................................................................................................
Perform Operations For Hdlm Management-target Device96................................................................................................................................................................
Performing An Upgrade Installation Or Re-installation Of Hdlm97................................................................................................................................................................
When Installing Hdlm On Alternate Disks110................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating From Hdlm Version 5.8.1 Or Earlier To Version 5.9 Or Later113................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hdlm In A Powerha 5.5 Or Powerha 6.1 Environment117................................................................................................................................................................
Environment (in A Local Boot Disk Environment)117................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Path Configuration129................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Hdlm130................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Current Settings131................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Hdlm Functions131................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Load Balancing132................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Updated Settings139................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Integrated Traces140................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library Setup Menu141................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Size Of Integrated Trace Files141................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Number Of Integrated Trace Files142................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Buffer Size Per Monitoring Interval Duration143................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Number Of Messages To Be Output Per Monitoring Interval144................................................................................................................................................................
Finishing The Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library Settings145................................................................................................................................................................
Applying The Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library Settings146................................................................................................................................................................
About The Reservation Policy146................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Using Powerha147................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Settings147................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Thunder 9500v Series Device147................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Hitachi Ams/wms Series Device148................................................................................................................................................................
Registering The Hdlm Script For Powerha148................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Reservation Policy149................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Using Gpfs150................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Using Oracle Rac 10g Or Oracle Rac 11g150................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Misscount And Disktimeout150................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Reservation Policy152................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Using Vcs152................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hdlm153................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Hdlm Uninstallation153................................................................................................................................................................
When Uninstalling Hdlm In A Local Boot Disk Environment154................................................................................................................................................................
When Uninstalling Hdlm In The Boot Disk Environment157................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library (hntrlib2)160................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library (hntrlib)161................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling Cluster Software (powerha) Settings162................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Operation163................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Hdlm164................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Path Information164................................................................................................................................................................
When A Path Error Is Detected164................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System165................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Shutting Down A Host165................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Errors In A Host165................................................................................................................................................................
Same Server166................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On An Lvm Mirror Configuration166................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On When The Os Functionality In Not Available In A Boot Disk Environment166................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Replicating A System167................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Operations Using Commands167................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Commands167................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Status Of Paths To Online168................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Status Of Paths To Offline(c)169................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Lu Information170................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing Statistical Information For Paths171................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Setting Up The Operating Environment172................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Operating Environment172................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Operating Environment172................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing License Information173................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The License173................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Hdlm Version Information174................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Hdlm Component Information175................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Stopping The Hdlm Manager176................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Hdlm Manager176................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping The Hdlm Manager176................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Resident Processes177................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Configuration Of The Hdlm Operating Environment177................................................................................................................................................................
Changing An Hdlm Management-target Device177................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Hdlm Management-target Device177................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Hdlm Management-target Device177................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Hdisk Attributes178................................................................................................................................................................
Automatically Performing Hdisk Reconfiguration179................................................................................................................................................................
Manually Performing Hdisk Reconfiguration180................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Path183................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Path (to A Volume Group Other Than Rootvg)183................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Path (to A Device Included In Rootvg)183................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Path (of A Volume Group Other Than Rootvg)184................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Path (of A Device Included In Rootvg)185................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing An Hba185................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Fiber Cable190................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Fibre Channel Switch191................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting195................................................................................................................................................................
Information Collected By The Dlmgetras Utility For Collecting Hdlm Error Information196................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Error Information In Messages196................................................................................................................................................................
Examining The Messages199................................................................................................................................................................
Narrowing Down The Hardware That Might Have Caused The Error199................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Error Location And Correcting Any Hardware Errors199................................................................................................................................................................
Placing The Path Online199................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For A Program Error200................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For The Program Error201................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Your Hdlm Vendor Or Maintenance Company201................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For Other Errors201................................................................................................................................................................
Command Reference203................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Hdlm Command Dlnkmgr204................................................................................................................................................................
To Set The Path Statistics To 0205................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Clear Operation205................................................................................................................................................................
To Place Paths Offline208................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Offline Operation208................................................................................................................................................................
To Place Paths Online213................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Online Operation214................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up The Hdlm Operating Environment219................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Set Operation219................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Program Information233................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Path Information233................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Lu Information233................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Hba Port Information234................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Cha Port Information234................................................................................................................................................................
Correspondences Between Hdisks, Os Management Path Ids, And Ldevs234................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The View Operation234................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Utilities266................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmgetras Utility For Collecting Hdlm Error Information268................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Collected Error Information269................................................................................................................................................................
Format269................................................................................................................................................................
Dlmpr Utility For Clearing Hdlm Persistent Reservation286................................................................................................................................................................
Installhdlm Utility For Installing Hdlm290................................................................................................................................................................
Log File299................................................................................................................................................................
Messages303................................................................................................................................................................
Before Viewing The List Of Messages305................................................................................................................................................................
Format And Meaning Of Message Ids305................................................................................................................................................................
Terms Used In Messages And Message Explanations305................................................................................................................................................................
Components That Output Messages To Syslog305................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl01001 To Kapl02000306................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl01001 To Kapl306................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl03001 To Kapl04000329................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl03001 To Kapl329................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl04001 To Kapl05000332................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl04001 To Kapl332................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl05001 To Kapl06000340................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl05001 To Kapl340................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl06001 To Kapl07000344................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl06001 To Kapl344................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl07001 To Kapl08000347................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl07001 To Kapl347................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl08001 To Kapl09000348................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl08001 To Kapl348................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl09001 To Kapl10000351................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl09001 To Kapl351................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl10001 To Kapl11000376................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl10001 To Kapl376................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl11001 To Kapl12000402................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl11001 To Kapl402................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl13001 To Kapl14000405................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl13001 To Kapl405................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl15001 To Kapl16000412................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl15001 To Kapl412................................................................................................................................................................
Return Codes For Hitachi Command Suite Common Agent Component415................................................................................................................................................................
A Functional Differences Between Versions Of Hdlm421................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Differences Between Version 6.2 And Versions Earlier Than 6.2422................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Differences Between Version 6.1 And Versions Earlier Than 6.1422................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Differences Between Version 6.0 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 6.0422................................................................................................................................................................
Add-in Hdlm Driver Module424................................................................................................................................................................
To The Logical Device Files424................................................................................................................................................................
The Logical Device Files426................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating Reservation Control Settings427................................................................................................................................................................
Support For A Boot Disk Environment427................................................................................................................................................................
About Settings When Upgrading The Os427................................................................................................................................................................
Eliminating Settings When Upgrading The Os427................................................................................................................................................................
Eliminating Settings When Changing The Kernel Mode427................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Virtual I/o Server's Method Of Recognizing Virtual Scsi Disks428................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations429................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Failback435................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing438................................................................................................................................................................
Non-owner Path439................................................................................................................................................................
Odm (object Data Manager)439................................................................................................................................................................
Path Name440................................................................................................................................................................
HP HPE XP P9500 User Manual

HP HPE XP P9500 User Manual (422 pages)

Hitachi Dynamic Link Manager Software User Guide for Windows (6.6) (HIT5201-96006, November 2011)  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 2.24 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Hdlm12................................................................................................................................................................
A Functional Differences Between Versions Of Hdlm13................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Help16................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Hdlm18................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Features19................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Functions21................................................................................................................................................................
Devices Managed By Hdlm23................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration23................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Using An Fc-san23................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Using An Ip-san24................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Range Of The Iscsi Software And Iscsi Hba27................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Systems Supported By Hdlm27................................................................................................................................................................
Lu Configuration27................................................................................................................................................................
Program Configuration29................................................................................................................................................................
Distributing A Load Using Load Balancing31................................................................................................................................................................
Paths To Which Load Balancing Is Applied33................................................................................................................................................................
When Using The Thunder 9500v Series, Or Hitachi Ams/wms Series33................................................................................................................................................................
Series, Or Hitachi Sms34................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing Algorithms34................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Failovers And Failbacks Using Path Switching36................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Path Switching37................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Failovers37................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Path Switching39................................................................................................................................................................
Path Status Transition40................................................................................................................................................................
The Online Path Statuses40................................................................................................................................................................
The Offline Path Statuses41................................................................................................................................................................
Status Transitions Of A Path41................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Intermittent Errors (functionality When Automatic Failback Is Used)44................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Intermittent Errors44................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Intermittent Error Monitoring45................................................................................................................................................................
Intermittent Error Monitoring Actions45................................................................................................................................................................
When An Intermittent Error Occurs45................................................................................................................................................................
When An Intermittent Error Does Not Occur46................................................................................................................................................................
When A User Changes The Intermittent Error Information48................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Lu Dynamically50................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Lu Dynamically51................................................................................................................................................................
Error Management51................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Collected Logs52................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering Of Error Information54................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting Audit Log Data55................................................................................................................................................................
Categories And Audit Events That Hdlm Can Output To The Audit Log57................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Outputting Audit Log Data60................................................................................................................................................................
Destination And Filtering Of Audit Log Data61................................................................................................................................................................
Audit Log Data Formats62................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Hdlm Management Using Global Link Manager63................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Support64................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Hdlm Environment67................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm System Requirements68................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Mpio Drivers69................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browsers Supported By Hdlm69................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Storage Systems69................................................................................................................................................................
Cluster Software Supported By Hdlm72................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Managers Supported By Hdlm77................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Environments Supported By Hdlm77................................................................................................................................................................
Memory And Disk Capacity Requirements78................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Requirements78................................................................................................................................................................
Flow For Creating An Hdlm Environment79................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Installation Types79................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Creating An Hdlm Environment80................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Hbas And Hba Drivers80................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Storage Systems80................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Hdlm Versions80................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Related Software85................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On New Installations And Upgrade Installations88................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Migration Or Upgrade Installation90................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Hdlm90................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For A New Installation Of Hdlm91................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Installing Hdlm By Performing An Unattended Installation92................................................................................................................................................................
How To Create An Installation-information Settings File93................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On An Unattended Installation93................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A New Installation Of Hdlm On Windows Server 200394................................................................................................................................................................
In A Non-cluster Environment94................................................................................................................................................................
When Mscs Is Used99................................................................................................................................................................
When Vcs Is Used108................................................................................................................................................................
When Oracle Rac Is Used112................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A New Installation Of Hdlm On Windows Server 2008117................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Installation Or Re-installation Of Hdlm129................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Settings For Managing Hdlm By Using Global Link Manager132................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall_setup Command Syntax133................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Path Configuration134................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Hdlm134................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Current Settings135................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Hdlm Functions136................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Load Balancing136................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Path Health Checking137................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Automatic Failback Function138................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Lu Deletion Function139................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Error Log Collection Level140................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Trace Level141................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Error Log File Size141................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Number Of Error Log Files142................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Trace File Size142................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Number Of Trace Files143................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Audit Log Data Collection143................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Updated Settings144................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Integrated Traces145................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Hdlm Uninstallation148................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstallation Procedures - In A Non-cluster Environment150................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstallation Procedures - Mscs Or Vcs Environment152................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstallation Procedures - Oracle Rac Environment154................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Hitachi Network Objectplaza Trace Library (hntrlib2)155................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing The Persistent Reservation156................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Operation159................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Hdlm160................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Storage Management Program160................................................................................................................................................................
When A System Event Occurs In An Mscs Environment160................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Emc Dmx Series, Emc Cx Series, And Hp Eva Series160................................................................................................................................................................
Disaster Recovery Function161................................................................................................................................................................
Using Windows Server 2008161................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Operations Using The Hdlm Gui162................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using The Hdlm Gui162................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Gui Help162................................................................................................................................................................
Using Commands For Hdlm Operations162................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Commands162................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Status Of Paths To Online163................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Status Of Paths To Offline(c)164................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Lu Information165................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Setting Up The Operating Environment166................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Operating Environment166................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Operating Environment167................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing License Information168................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The License168................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Hdlm Version Information169................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Hdlm Component Information169................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Windows Administrative Tool (performance) To Check Path Information170................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Stopping The Hdlm Manager172................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Hdlm Manager172................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping The Hdlm Manager173................................................................................................................................................................
Hdlm Resident Processes173................................................................................................................................................................
Reconfiguring The Hdlm Operating Environment174................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up An Added Lu And Path As An Hdlm Management-target174................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up An Added Lu As An Hdlm Management-target174................................................................................................................................................................
Checking An Added Path176................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements To Delete The Lu Dynamically177................................................................................................................................................................
Checking That The Lu Or Path Has Been Dynamically Deleted177................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering A Deleted Lu Or Path179................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting181................................................................................................................................................................
Information Collected By The Dlmgetras Utility For Collecting Hdlm Error Information182................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Error Information In Messages182................................................................................................................................................................
Examining The Messages185................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Error Path186................................................................................................................................................................
Narrowing Down The Hardware That Might Have Caused The Error186................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Error Location And Correcting Any Hardware Errors186................................................................................................................................................................
Placing The Path Online186................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For A Program Error187................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For The Program Error187................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Your Hdlm Vendor Or Maintenance Company188................................................................................................................................................................
What To Do For Other Errors188................................................................................................................................................................
Command Reference189................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Hdlm Command Dlnkmgr190................................................................................................................................................................
To Set The Path Statistics To 0191................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Clear Operation191................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters191................................................................................................................................................................
To Place Paths Offline194................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Offline Operation194................................................................................................................................................................
Online (places Paths Online)198................................................................................................................................................................
Format198................................................................................................................................................................
To Place Paths Online198................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Online Operation199................................................................................................................................................................
Set (sets Up The Operating Environment)203................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up The Hdlm Operating Environment203................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The Set Operation203................................................................................................................................................................
View (displays Information)217................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Program Information218................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Hdlm Management-target Device Information218................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Path Information218................................................................................................................................................................
To Display Lu Information218................................................................................................................................................................
To Display The Format Of The View Operation219................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters Used When Displaying Program Information219................................................................................................................................................................
Parameters Used When Displaying Lu Information240................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Used When Displaying The Format Of The View Operation253................................................................................................................................................................
Utility Reference255................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Utilities256................................................................................................................................................................
The Dlmgetras Utility For Collecting Hdlm Error Information256................................................................................................................................................................
When Executing The Dlmgetras Utility From The Command Prompt257................................................................................................................................................................
When Executing The Dlmgetras Utility From The Windows Start Menu257................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Collected Error Information258................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Executing The Dlmpr Utility In Mscs Environments:264................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Executing The Dlmpr Utility In Vcs Environments:265................................................................................................................................................................
Contents Of An Installation-information Settings File271................................................................................................................................................................
About The Log File279................................................................................................................................................................
Messages283................................................................................................................................................................
Before Viewing The List Of Messages285................................................................................................................................................................
Format And Meaning Of Message Ids285................................................................................................................................................................
Terms Used In Messages And Message Explanations285................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl01001 To Kapl02000286................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl01001 To Kapl286................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl02001 To Kapl03000307................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl02001 To Kapl307................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl03001 To Kapl04000320................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl03001 To Kapl320................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl04001 To Kapl05000323................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl04001 To Kapl323................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl05001 To Kapl06000330................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl05001 To Kapl330................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl07001 To Kapl08000334................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl07001 To Kapl334................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl08001 To Kapl09000336................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl08001 To Kapl336................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl09001 To Kapl10000339................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl09001 To Kapl339................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl10001 To Kapl11000362................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl10001 To Kapl362................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl11001 To Kapl12000371................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl11001 To Kapl371................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl12001 To Kapl13000373................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl12001 To Kapl373................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl13001 To Kapl14000381................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl13001 To Kapl381................................................................................................................................................................
Kapl15001 To Kapl16000384................................................................................................................................................................
Return Codes For Hitachi Command Suite Common Agent Component387................................................................................................................................................................
Events Output To Windows Event Logs By Hdlm392................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Differences Between Version 6.0.1 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 6395................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Differences Between Version 5.9.4 Or Later And Versions Earlier Than 5395................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations403................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Failback409................................................................................................................................................................
Load Balancing412................................................................................................................................................................
Intermittent Error412................................................................................................................................................................
Ldev (logical Device)412................................................................................................................................................................
Lu (logical Unit)412................................................................................................................................................................
HP HPE XP P9500 Reference Manual

HP HPE XP P9500 Reference Manual (399 pages)

HP StorageWorks P9000 for Business Continuity Manager Software Reference Guide (T5253-96053, May 2011)  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 3.22 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Ispf Panels8................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Ispf Panels8................................................................................................................................................................
Ispf Panel System9................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedures10................................................................................................................................................................
Function Keys10................................................................................................................................................................
Panel Scrolling11................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Commands11................................................................................................................................................................
Locate Command11................................................................................................................................................................
Select Command11................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Command13................................................................................................................................................................
Scanpair Command13................................................................................................................................................................
Errcode Command13................................................................................................................................................................
Commands That Can Be Used On The Command Line13................................................................................................................................................................
Ispf Settings14................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Position Of The Command Line14................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Number Of Pf Keys That Are Displayed15................................................................................................................................................................
Panel Help Information15................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Information Panel15................................................................................................................................................................
Common Displays Among Panels15................................................................................................................................................................
Exception Message Panel16................................................................................................................................................................
Cancellation Warning Panel18................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code Help Panel18................................................................................................................................................................
Update Warning Panel19................................................................................................................................................................
Notes Common To All Panels20................................................................................................................................................................
Main Menu Panel20................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Verification Summary Panel (environment Settings Verification)23................................................................................................................................................................
Security Setting Information Panel24................................................................................................................................................................
User Svc Information Panel25................................................................................................................................................................
Set Defaults Panel (prefix And Dad Id Settings)27................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Licenses Panel (license Management)29................................................................................................................................................................
Message Panel30................................................................................................................................................................
Discover/define Configuration Panel (configuration File Definition)31................................................................................................................................................................
Discover Hp Storage System Panel32................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Device Address Extent Panel34................................................................................................................................................................
Cu Selection List For Remote Storage Array Panel35................................................................................................................................................................
Cca Selection List For Edit Devn Panel37................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Device Number For Cu Panel38................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System/dadid Selection List Panel39................................................................................................................................................................
Control Unit Selection List Panel40................................................................................................................................................................
Command Control Address (cca) Selection List Panel41................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Remote Device Address Extent Panel42................................................................................................................................................................
Route Config Panel42................................................................................................................................................................
Add Route List Id Panel45................................................................................................................................................................
Route Information Panel45................................................................................................................................................................
Add Route Panel46................................................................................................................................................................
Add Apid Panel47................................................................................................................................................................
Inner Route Information Panel48................................................................................................................................................................
Add Route Entry Panel49................................................................................................................................................................
Add Remote Route Entry Panel49................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Selection List Panel50................................................................................................................................................................
Define Command Device Panel51................................................................................................................................................................
Sort The Define Command Device Panel52................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Apid Panel53................................................................................................................................................................
Entire Route Information Panel53................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System/dad Selection List Panel56................................................................................................................................................................
Insert Route Entry Panel57................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Route Entry Panel57................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Remote Route Entry Panel58................................................................................................................................................................
Insert Remote Route Entry Panel59................................................................................................................................................................
Path Set Selection List Panel60................................................................................................................................................................
Add Path Set Panel61................................................................................................................................................................
Path Set Detail Panel61................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Logical Path Definition Panel63................................................................................................................................................................
Select Storage System Panel65................................................................................................................................................................
Select Ssid Panel66................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Port Definition Panel67................................................................................................................................................................
Assign Port Panel68................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Logical Paths In Path Set Panel68................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Selection List Panel69................................................................................................................................................................
Add Copy Group Panel72................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Detail Definition Panel73................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Attributes Panel76................................................................................................................................................................
Setting C/t Id Attributes Panel86................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Pair Detail Panel87................................................................................................................................................................
Pair Selection List (primary) Panel89................................................................................................................................................................
Import Sms Storage Group Panel90................................................................................................................................................................
Import Sms Storage Group Result Panel91................................................................................................................................................................
Pair Selection List (secondary) Panel91................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Copy Group Container Panel93................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Copy Group Pairs List Panel94................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Copy Pair Inside Storage System Panel94................................................................................................................................................................
Browse Copy Group Detail Definition Panel97................................................................................................................................................................
Browse Copy Group Pair Detail Panel97................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Route Panel (route Management)98................................................................................................................................................................
Extra Command Device Direct Operation Panel99................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykdelcmd100................................................................................................................................................................
Route Status Panel (route Management)101................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykqrydev104................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykbldcmd106................................................................................................................................................................
Command Device Selection Panel107................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Path Set Panel (logical Path Management)109................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykload110................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykdelpth111................................................................................................................................................................
Path Set Status Panel (executing Ykqrypth)111................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Path Status Panel113................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykqrypth With Restruct Specified115................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Copy Groups Panel (copy Group Operation)115................................................................................................................................................................
Sort The Copy Groups Panel118................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Status Summary Panel (executing Ykquery)120................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Storage System Summary Panel123................................................................................................................................................................
Caa Copy Group Performance Statistics Panel124................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Caa Copy Group Statistics Panel126................................................................................................................................................................
Caj Copy Group Performance Statistics Panel127................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Caj Copy Group Statistics Panel130................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Pair Status Panel131................................................................................................................................................................
Sort The Copy Group Pairs Status Panel134................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Query Information (bc) Panel135................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Query Information (ca) Panel140................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Query Information (caa) Panel145................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Query Information (caj) Panel151................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Query Information Panel (executing Ykqrydev)158................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykmake159................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Yksuspnd160................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykresync165................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykdelete168................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykwatch169................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykewait170................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykrecver171................................................................................................................................................................
Path Set Status Of Copy Group Pair Panel (ykqrydev With Path Parameter Specified)171................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Path Status Of Copy Group Pair Panel173................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Execution Dissolve Panel175................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation Panels175................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Execution Recover Panel176................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Command Device Build Panel176................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Cancellation Of Changes Panel177................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Cancellation Of Editing Panel177................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Command Device Delete Panel178................................................................................................................................................................
Displayed From Route Status Panel178................................................................................................................................................................
Displayed From Extra Command Device Direct Operation Panel179................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Configuration File Delete Panel180................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Configuration File Update Panel180................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Copy Group Load Panel181................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Overwrite Online Target Volume Panel182................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Path Delete Panel182................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Path Set Load Panel183................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Route Delete Panel183................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Route List Edit Panel184................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Retry Of Configuration File Create Panel184................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Open/mf Consistency Group Suspension Panel185................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Commands186................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Types And Targets For Which Commands Can Be Executed187................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Functions187................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Files That Must Be Loaded Before Command Execution188................................................................................................................................................................
Ykbldcmd Command191................................................................................................................................................................
Command Details191................................................................................................................................................................
Ykbldpth Command192................................................................................................................................................................
Ykconmsg Command195................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdelcmd Command197................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdelete Command199................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdelpth Command201................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdrop Command204................................................................................................................................................................
Ykenv Command206................................................................................................................................................................
Output Example207................................................................................................................................................................
Ykercode Command208................................................................................................................................................................
Ykewait Command209................................................................................................................................................................
Ykexport Command213................................................................................................................................................................
Ykfcstat Command214................................................................................................................................................................
Ykfreeze Command215................................................................................................................................................................
Ykh2b Command217................................................................................................................................................................
Ykimport Command219................................................................................................................................................................
Ykinschk Command220................................................................................................................................................................
Ykload Command223................................................................................................................................................................
Ykmake Command226................................................................................................................................................................
Ykqhpath Command229................................................................................................................................................................
Ykqrydev Command229................................................................................................................................................................
Ykqrypth Command232................................................................................................................................................................
Ykquery Command235................................................................................................................................................................
Ykrecver Command237................................................................................................................................................................
Ykresync Command239................................................................................................................................................................
Ykrun Command244................................................................................................................................................................
Ykscan Command245................................................................................................................................................................
Yksleep Command247................................................................................................................................................................
Ykstats Command248................................................................................................................................................................
Ykstore Command249................................................................................................................................................................
Yksuspnd Command251................................................................................................................................................................
Ykwatch Command259................................................................................................................................................................
Ykwtomsg Command262................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Command Coding Examples263................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo01264................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo02269................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo03271................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo04276................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo05280................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo06283................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo07285................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo08287................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo09293................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo10298................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo1s299................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo1 1300................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo12302................................................................................................................................................................
Data Objects306................................................................................................................................................................
Saving And Converting Objects306................................................................................................................................................................
Dataset Formats And Required Disk Capacity For The Configuration File307................................................................................................................................................................
Xml Document Type Definitions308................................................................................................................................................................
Example Contents Of Copy Group Definition File321................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration File Examples321................................................................................................................................................................
Example Contents Of Disk Configuration Definition File322................................................................................................................................................................
Example Contents Of Route List Definition File322................................................................................................................................................................
Example Contents Of Command Device Definition File322................................................................................................................................................................
Example Contents Of Path Set Definition File323................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Structure323................................................................................................................................................................
About Rexx Variable Structures323................................................................................................................................................................
Host-discovered Array Index Structure332................................................................................................................................................................
Host-discovered Array Structure333................................................................................................................................................................
Route List Structure335................................................................................................................................................................
Message Structure336................................................................................................................................................................
Device Information Structure336................................................................................................................................................................
Path Set Structure346................................................................................................................................................................
Flashcopy Information Structure348................................................................................................................................................................
Rexx Variables Updated By Ykquery And Ykewait Commands349................................................................................................................................................................
Rexx Variables Updated By Ykquery Command With The To Parameter Specified351................................................................................................................................................................
Rexx Variables Updated By The Ykewait Command With The To Parameter Specified353................................................................................................................................................................
Csv Files Used By The Copy Group Definition File Generation Function355................................................................................................................................................................
Csf File Dataset Formats And Disk Requirements355................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Format For Csv Files355................................................................................................................................................................
Coding Rules355................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Format For A Pair Information Csv File356................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Format For An Exctg Information Csv File358................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Csv Files359................................................................................................................................................................
Csv Files Used By The Ykimport Command359................................................................................................................................................................
Csv Files Used By The Ykexport Command359................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Hp Technical Support360................................................................................................................................................................
Bcm Monitor Parameter Files361................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Bcm Monitor Parameter Files361................................................................................................................................................................
Content Of The Bcm Monitor Parameter Files361................................................................................................................................................................
Dataset Format361................................................................................................................................................................
Format Of Parameter Explanations361................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Parameters361................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Specifications Across Multiple Lines361................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Number Of Characters Per Line362................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Comments362................................................................................................................................................................
Ykmonopt File362................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The Ykmonopt File362................................................................................................................................................................
Ykmoncg File364................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The Ykmoncg File365................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Parameters366................................................................................................................................................................
Processing For Changing To The Startup Status368................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources377................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp377................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service377................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback377................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information377................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites379................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions For Storage Capacity Values379................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions379................................................................................................................................................................
A Example Of The Scan Results Of Pprc Copy Pairs381................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of The Scan Results Of Pprc Copy Pairs381................................................................................................................................................................
B Symbols Used In Syntax Explanations383................................................................................................................................................................
C Acronyms And Abbreviations385................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary387................................................................................................................................................................
Index394................................................................................................................................................................
HP HPE XP P9500 Reference Manual

HP HPE XP P9500 Reference Manual (395 pages)

HP P9000 for Business Continuity Manager Software Reference Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 5.48 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Ispf Panels8................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Ispf Panels8................................................................................................................................................................
Ispf Panel System9................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Procedures10................................................................................................................................................................
Function Keys10................................................................................................................................................................
Panel Scrolling11................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Commands11................................................................................................................................................................
Locate Command11................................................................................................................................................................
Select Command11................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Command12................................................................................................................................................................
Scanpair Command13................................................................................................................................................................
Errcode Command13................................................................................................................................................................
Commands That Can Be Used On The Command Line13................................................................................................................................................................
Ispf Settings14................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Position Of The Command Line14................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Number Of Pf Keys That Are Displayed14................................................................................................................................................................
Common Displays Among Panels15................................................................................................................................................................
Panel Help Information15................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Information Panel15................................................................................................................................................................
Exception Message Panel16................................................................................................................................................................
Cancellation Warning Panel18................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code Help Panel18................................................................................................................................................................
Update Warning Panel19................................................................................................................................................................
Capacity Warning Panel20................................................................................................................................................................
Notes Common To All Panels20................................................................................................................................................................
Main Menu Panel21................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Verification Summary Panel (environment Settings Verification)23................................................................................................................................................................
Security Setting Information Panel24................................................................................................................................................................
User Svc Information Panel25................................................................................................................................................................
Set Defaults Panel (prefix And Dad Id Settings)26................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Licenses Panel (license Management)29................................................................................................................................................................
Message Panel30................................................................................................................................................................
Discover/define Configuration Panel (configuration File Definition)31................................................................................................................................................................
Discover Hp Storage System Panel32................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Device Address Extent Panel34................................................................................................................................................................
Cu Selection List For Remote Storage Array Panel35................................................................................................................................................................
Cca Selection List For Edit Devn Panel37................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Device Number For Cu Panel38................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System/dadid Selection List Panel39................................................................................................................................................................
Control Unit Selection List Panel40................................................................................................................................................................
Command Control Address (cca) Selection List Panel41................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Remote Device Address Extent Panel42................................................................................................................................................................
Route Config Panel42................................................................................................................................................................
Add Route List Id Panel44................................................................................................................................................................
Route List Information Panel44................................................................................................................................................................
Command Device Information Panel46................................................................................................................................................................
Define Command Device Panel48................................................................................................................................................................
Sort The Define Command Device Panel50................................................................................................................................................................
Define Remote Command Device Panel50................................................................................................................................................................
Add Attribute Panel51................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Attribute Panel52................................................................................................................................................................
Add Route Entry Panel52................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Selection List Panel54................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Route Entry Panel54................................................................................................................................................................
Path Set Selection List Panel55................................................................................................................................................................
Add Path Set Panel57................................................................................................................................................................
Path Set Detail Panel57................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Logical Path Definition Panel58................................................................................................................................................................
Select Storage System Panel61................................................................................................................................................................
Select Ssid Panel62................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Port Definition Panel63................................................................................................................................................................
Assign Port Panel64................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Logical Paths In Path Set Panel64................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Selection List Panel65................................................................................................................................................................
Add Copy Group Panel68................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Detail Definition Panel69................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Attributes Panel72................................................................................................................................................................
Setting C/t Id Attributes Panel81................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Pair Detail Panel82................................................................................................................................................................
Pair Selection List (primary) Panel84................................................................................................................................................................
Import Sms Storage Group Panel86................................................................................................................................................................
Import Sms Storage Group Result Panel86................................................................................................................................................................
Pair Selection List (secondary) Panel87................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Copy Group Container Panel88................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Copy Group Pairs List Panel89................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Copy Pair Inside Storage System Panel90................................................................................................................................................................
Browse Copy Group Detail Definition Panel92................................................................................................................................................................
Browse Copy Group Pair Detail Panel93................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Route Panel (route Management)93................................................................................................................................................................
Extra Command Device Direct Operation Panel94................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykdelcmd96................................................................................................................................................................
Route Status Panel (route Management)96................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykqrydev99................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykbldcmd102................................................................................................................................................................
Command Device Selection Panel103................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Path Set Panel (logical Path Management)104................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykload106................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykdelpth107................................................................................................................................................................
Path Set Status Panel (executing Ykqrypth)107................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Path Status Panel109................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykqrypth With Restruct Specified111................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Copy Groups Panel (copy Group Operation)111................................................................................................................................................................
Sort The Copy Groups Panel114................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Status Summary Panel (executing Ykquery)116................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Storage System Summary Panel119................................................................................................................................................................
Caa Copy Group Performance Statistics Panel120................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Caa Copy Group Statistics Panel122................................................................................................................................................................
Caj Copy Group Performance Statistics Panel123................................................................................................................................................................
Sort Caj Copy Group Statistics Panel126................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Pair Status Panel127................................................................................................................................................................
Sort The Copy Group Pairs Status Panel129................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Query Information (bc) Panel130................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Query Information (ca) Panel136................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Query Information (caa) Panel140................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Query Information (caj) Panel146................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Query Information Panel (executing Ykqrydev)153................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykmake154................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Yksuspnd155................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykresync160................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykdelete163................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykwatch163................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykewait164................................................................................................................................................................
Executing Ykrecver166................................................................................................................................................................
Path Set Status Of Copy Group Pair Panel (ykqrydev With Path Parameter Specified)166................................................................................................................................................................
Logical Path Status Of Copy Group Pair Panel168................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Execution Dissolve Panel169................................................................................................................................................................
Confirmation Panels169................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Execution Recover Panel170................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Command Device Build Panel171................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Cancellation Of Changes Panel172................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Cancellation Of Editing Panel172................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Command Device Delete Panel172................................................................................................................................................................
Displayed From Route Status Panel173................................................................................................................................................................
Displayed From Extra Command Device Direct Operation Panel173................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Configuration File Delete Panel174................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Configuration File Update Panel175................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Copy Group Load Panel176................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Overwrite Online Target Volume Panel176................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Path Delete Panel177................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Path Set Load Panel177................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Route Delete Panel178................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Route List Edit Panel178................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Retry Of Configuration File Create Panel179................................................................................................................................................................
Confirm Open/mf Consistency Group Suspension Panel179................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Commands181................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Types And Targets For Which Commands Can Be Executed182................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Functions182................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Files That Must Be Loaded Before Command Execution183................................................................................................................................................................
Ykbldcmd Command186................................................................................................................................................................
Command Details186................................................................................................................................................................
Ykbldpth Command188................................................................................................................................................................
Ykconmsg Command191................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdelcmd Command193................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdelete Command195................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdelpth Command197................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdrop Command200................................................................................................................................................................
Ykenv Command202................................................................................................................................................................
Ykercode Command204................................................................................................................................................................
Ykewait Command205................................................................................................................................................................
Ykexport Command209................................................................................................................................................................
Ykfcstat Command210................................................................................................................................................................
Ykfreeze Command212................................................................................................................................................................
Ykh2b Command213................................................................................................................................................................
Ykimport Command215................................................................................................................................................................
Ykinschk Command217................................................................................................................................................................
Ykload Command219................................................................................................................................................................
Ykmake Command223................................................................................................................................................................
Ykqhpath Command226................................................................................................................................................................
Ykqrydev Command226................................................................................................................................................................
Ykqrypth Command228................................................................................................................................................................
Ykquery Command232................................................................................................................................................................
Ykrecver Command234................................................................................................................................................................
Ykresync Command236................................................................................................................................................................
Ykrun Command241................................................................................................................................................................
Ykscan Command242................................................................................................................................................................
Yksleep Command244................................................................................................................................................................
Ykstats Command245................................................................................................................................................................
Ykstore Command246................................................................................................................................................................
Yksuspnd Command247................................................................................................................................................................
Ykwatch Command256................................................................................................................................................................
Ykwtomsg Command258................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Command Coding Examples260................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo01261................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo02266................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo03267................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo04272................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo05277................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo06279................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo07281................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo08283................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo09290................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo10295................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo1s296................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo1 1296................................................................................................................................................................
Ykdemo12297................................................................................................................................................................
Data Objects301................................................................................................................................................................
Saving And Converting Objects301................................................................................................................................................................
Dataset Formats And Required Disk Capacity For The Configuration File301................................................................................................................................................................
Xml Document Type Definitions303................................................................................................................................................................
Example Contents Of Copy Group Definition File316................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration File Examples316................................................................................................................................................................
Example Contents Of Disk Configuration Definition File317................................................................................................................................................................
Example Contents Of Route List Definition File317................................................................................................................................................................
Example Contents Of Command Device Definition File317................................................................................................................................................................
Example Contents Of Path Set Definition File318................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Structure319................................................................................................................................................................
About Rexx Variable Structures319................................................................................................................................................................
Host-discovered Array Index Structure328................................................................................................................................................................
Host-discovered Array Structure329................................................................................................................................................................
Route List Structure331................................................................................................................................................................
Message Structure332................................................................................................................................................................
Device Information Structure332................................................................................................................................................................
Path Set Structure341................................................................................................................................................................
Flashcopy Information Structure343................................................................................................................................................................
Rexx Variables Updated By Ykquery And Ykewait Commands344................................................................................................................................................................
Rexx Variables Updated By Ykquery Command With The To Parameter Specified346................................................................................................................................................................
Rexx Variables Updated By The Ykewait Command With The To Parameter Specified349................................................................................................................................................................
Csf File Dataset Formats And Disk Requirements350................................................................................................................................................................
Csv Files Used By The Copy Group Definition File Generation Function350................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Format For Csv Files351................................................................................................................................................................
Coding Rules351................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Format For A Pair Information Csv File351................................................................................................................................................................
Specification Format For An Exctg Information Csv File353................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Csv Files354................................................................................................................................................................
Csv Files Used By The Ykimport Command354................................................................................................................................................................
Csv Files Used By The Ykexport Command355................................................................................................................................................................
Bcm Monitor Parameter Files356................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Bcm Monitor Parameter Files356................................................................................................................................................................
Content Of The Bcm Monitor Parameter Files356................................................................................................................................................................
Dataset Format356................................................................................................................................................................
Format Of Parameter Explanations356................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Parameters356................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Specifications Across Multiple Lines356................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Number Of Characters Per Line357................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Comments357................................................................................................................................................................
Ykmonopt File357................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The Ykmonopt File357................................................................................................................................................................
Ykmoncg File360................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The Ykmoncg File360................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Group Parameters361................................................................................................................................................................
Processing For Changing To The Startup Status363................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources372................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp372................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service372................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information372................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites374................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions For Storage Capacity Values374................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions374................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback376................................................................................................................................................................
A Example Of The Scan Results Of Pprc Copy Pairs377................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of The Scan Results Of Pprc Copy Pairs377................................................................................................................................................................
B Symbols Used In Syntax Explanations379................................................................................................................................................................
C Acronyms And Abbreviations381................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary383................................................................................................................................................................
Index390................................................................................................................................................................
HP HPE XP P9500 Manual

HP HPE XP P9500 Manual (348 pages)

HP P9000 Remote Web Console Messages (AV400-96401, October 2011)  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 4.45 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
P9500 Messages And Error Codes6................................................................................................................................................................
P9500 Messages6................................................................................................................................................................
Message Window Format6................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Message Window7................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Console-remote Web Console Error Codes9................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 0nnn)10................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000110................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000215................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000317................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000419................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000520................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000620................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000721................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 001022................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0002123................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0002223................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 019025................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0022125................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0012226................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0022226................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 029035................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 030539................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 031040................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 040541................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 040746................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 041046................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 060547................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0062256................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 071060................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0072261................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 081061................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 1nnn)62................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 100562................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0102270................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 130577................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 131078................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 2nnn)80................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 200580................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 201084................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 3nnn)85................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 300585................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 301099................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0302299................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 03121104................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 03122104................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 3205108................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 03222112................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 3305113................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 4nnn)119................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 4005119................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 4010121................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 5nnn)123................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 5105123................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 5107125................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 05121125................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 05122126................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 5205128................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 5210143................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 5305144................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 5307148................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 5310148................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 6nnn)151................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 6005151................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 6007179................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 6010179................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 6505187................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 6507226................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 6510226................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 6610233................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 6805241................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 6810242................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 7nnn)244................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 7005244................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 7007260................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 7010261................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 7105263................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 8nnn)281................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8005281................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8105283................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8107293................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8210294................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8222294................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8305295................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8505295................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8507299................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8510299................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8605301................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8610301................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8805302................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 8905303................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 9nnn)304................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 9005304................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 9007305................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 9010305................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 9105306................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 9107308................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 9205310................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 9210312................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 9605313................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 9610316................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 10nnn)317................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 10010317................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 10121317................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 10122318................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 20nnn)320................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20020320................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20121324................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20122326................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20123329................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20222332................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20305333................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20322334................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20422334................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20520334................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20522335................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20525336................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20624337................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20705337................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20721340................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20722340................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 20825341................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources343................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp343................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service343................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback343................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information343................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites343................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions For Storage Capacity Values344................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions344................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary346................................................................................................................................................................
Index348................................................................................................................................................................
HP HPE XP P9500 Manual

HP HPE XP P9500 Manual (333 pages)

HP StorageWorks P9000 Remote Web Console Messages (AV400-96375, May 2011)  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 4.19 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
P9500 Messages And Error Codes6................................................................................................................................................................
P9500 Messages6................................................................................................................................................................
Message Window Format6................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Message Window7................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Console-remote Web Console Error Codes9................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 0nnn)10................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000110................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000215................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000317................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000419................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000520................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000620................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 000721................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 001022................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0002123................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0002223................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 019025................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0012226................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0022226................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 029030................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 030533................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 031035................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 040535................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 040740................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 041041................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 060542................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0062250................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 071053................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 081054................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 1nnn)55................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 100555................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0102263................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 130570................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 131071................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 2nnn)73................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 200573................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 201076................................................................................................................................................................
Message (part Code Group 3nnn)78................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 300578................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 301091................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0302292................................................................................................................................................................
Part Code 0312195................................................................................................................................................................