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HP STORAGEWORKS XP20000 Reference Manual

HP STORAGEWORKS XP20000 Reference Manual (456 pages)

SAN Design  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 8.41 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
I ..architecture25................................................................................................................................................................
San Solutions27................................................................................................................................................................
San Design Overview27................................................................................................................................................................
Hp San Implementations28................................................................................................................................................................
San Components29................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Technology29................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Area Networks29................................................................................................................................................................
San Infrastructure30................................................................................................................................................................
Fabrics30................................................................................................................................................................
San Scaling30................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Switches31................................................................................................................................................................
San Design Approaches31................................................................................................................................................................
Design Considerations32................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Topologies35................................................................................................................................................................
San Fabric Topologies35................................................................................................................................................................
Routed San Fabrics36................................................................................................................................................................
Fcoe San Fabrics36................................................................................................................................................................
Benefits36................................................................................................................................................................
Single-switch Fabric36................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Models37................................................................................................................................................................
Cascaded Fabric37................................................................................................................................................................
Meshed Fabric39................................................................................................................................................................
Ring Fabric40................................................................................................................................................................
Isl Connections In A Meshed Fabric40................................................................................................................................................................
Core-edge Fabric42................................................................................................................................................................
Ring Fabric With Satellite Switches42................................................................................................................................................................
Core-edge Fabric Types43................................................................................................................................................................
Core-edge Fabric (typical Depiction)43................................................................................................................................................................
Core-edge Fabric (hierarchical Depiction)43................................................................................................................................................................
Core-edge Fabric Topology Types44................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Core-edge Fabric Isl Ratios44................................................................................................................................................................
Core-edge Fabric (4 X 12)45................................................................................................................................................................
Topology Data Access46................................................................................................................................................................
Topology Maximums46................................................................................................................................................................
Data Access Performance By San Fabric Topology46................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switches47................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Switches47................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switch And Port Topology Maximums47................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Switch And Port Topology Maximums47................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Switches48................................................................................................................................................................
M-series Switches48................................................................................................................................................................
Routed Fabric Topologies48................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Switch And Port Topology Maximums48................................................................................................................................................................
M-series Switch And Port Topology Maximums48................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Meta San49................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Virtual Fabrics With Ifr50................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Vsans With Ivr51................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switches With Tr51................................................................................................................................................................
Fcoe Fabric Topologies52................................................................................................................................................................
Fcoe Integrated With An Existing Fibre Channel Fabric52................................................................................................................................................................
Data Availability53................................................................................................................................................................
Converged San Fabric With An Fcoe Blade53................................................................................................................................................................
Levels54................................................................................................................................................................
Level 1: Single Connectivity Fabric54................................................................................................................................................................
Level 2: Single Resilient Fabric55................................................................................................................................................................
Level 3: Single Resilient Fabric With Multiple Device Paths55................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations56................................................................................................................................................................
Level 4: Multiple Fabrics And Device Paths (nspof)56................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Design Data Availability57................................................................................................................................................................
Calculating For Data Availability Levels57................................................................................................................................................................
Topology Migration58................................................................................................................................................................
Nondisruptive Migration58................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating A Cascaded Fabric San58................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating A Meshed Fabric San58................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating A Ring Fabric San59................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Routing Overview61................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Routing61................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric, Virtual Fabric, And Vsan Independence62................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Services62................................................................................................................................................................
World Wide Name62................................................................................................................................................................
Import And Export62................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Table62................................................................................................................................................................
San Scaling And Routing63................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Scaling63................................................................................................................................................................
Scaling By Routing64................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Routing Implementations64................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Routing Techniques64................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Mp Router Configuration65................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Virtual Fabric Ifr Configuration65................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Vsan Ivr Configuration65................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Tr Configuration65................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fabric Groups66................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fabric Partitioning Using Virtual Fabrics66................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Virtual Fabrics Architecture66................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fabric Partitioning66................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switch Fabric Routing67................................................................................................................................................................
B-series, C-series, And H-series Routing Differences67................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Routing67................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Virtual Fabric Ifr68................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Vsan Ivr68................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Redundancy And Routing69................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switch Routing69................................................................................................................................................................
Dual-redundant Meta San With 1606 Extension San Switch Or Mp Router70................................................................................................................................................................
Dual-redundant Virtual Fabric70................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Routing Configurations71................................................................................................................................................................
Routing And Core-edge Fabrics71................................................................................................................................................................
Dual-redundant Vsan71................................................................................................................................................................
Extension San Switch Or Mp Router Connecting Core Switches71................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Fabrics Connecting Core Switches72................................................................................................................................................................
Vsans Connecting Core Switches72................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Through An Ip Network73................................................................................................................................................................
Extension San Switches Connecting Fabrics Through Ip73................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Routers Connecting Fabrics Through Ip73................................................................................................................................................................
Ivr Connecting Vsans Through Ip73................................................................................................................................................................
High-availability Router Configurations74................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Router And Mp Router Blade Use Cases75................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switches With Tr Configurations75................................................................................................................................................................
High-availability Mp Router Configurations75................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Use Cases76................................................................................................................................................................
Extension San Switch Or Mp Router Consolidating San Islands76................................................................................................................................................................
And Fcip With Direct Connect Devices77................................................................................................................................................................
Nspof Configuration With 400 Mp Router Providing Fibre Channel Routing And Fcip77................................................................................................................................................................
Nspof Configuration With 1606 Extension San Switch Providing Fc Routing And Fcip With Direct Connect Devices78................................................................................................................................................................
Nspof Configuration With 400 Mp Router Providing Fibre Channel Routing And Fcip With Direct Connect Devices78................................................................................................................................................................
Nspof Configuration With Mp Router Providing Fibre Channel Routing And Fcip78................................................................................................................................................................
Extension San Switch Or Mp Router Consolidating Tape Backup In A Meta San79................................................................................................................................................................
Unsupported 1606 Extension San Switch Or Mp Router Configuration79................................................................................................................................................................
Ii ..fabric Infrastructure Rules81................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switches And Fabric Rules83................................................................................................................................................................
Model Numbering84................................................................................................................................................................
Model Naming84................................................................................................................................................................
Features84................................................................................................................................................................
Usage86................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Rules86................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switches High-availability Features86................................................................................................................................................................
Servers, Operating Systems, And Storage Products87................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switches Servers, Operating Systems, And Storage System Support87................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Rules For H-series Switches88................................................................................................................................................................
Isl Maximums88................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switches Fabric Rules88................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switch Tr And Remote B-series Or C-series Fabric Rules89................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning Limits And Enforcement90................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switch Zoning Limits90................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning Enforcement For H-series Switches91................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Switches And Fabric Rules93................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fibre Channel Switches, 1606 Extension San Switches, And Mp Routers93................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fibre Channel Switches96................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fibre Channel Switches And Routers97................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Legacy Fibre Channel Switches And Routers (part I)98................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Legacy Hp Fibre Channel Switches And Routers (part Ii)99................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Legacy Hp And Compaq Fibre Channel Switches100................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fibre Channel Switch High-availability Feature Comparison103................................................................................................................................................................
Using B-series Fibre Channel Switches As Core Switches104................................................................................................................................................................
Using B-series Fibre Channel Switches As Edge Switches105................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Switch Fabric Rules106................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Systems And Storage Products107................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fibre Channel Switch And Fabric Rules107................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fibre Channel Switch Operating System And Storage System Support107................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fibre Channel Switch Fabric Rules108................................................................................................................................................................
Database Size Rules For B-series Fibre Channel Switches110................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Encryption Switch Fabric Rules111................................................................................................................................................................
Extension San Switch And Dc Dir Switch Mp Extension Blade Fabric Rules112................................................................................................................................................................
Scalability Rules114................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Routing, 400 Mp Router, And Mp Router Blade Fabric Rules116................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Fibre Channel Routing, 400 Mp Router, And Mp Router Blade Fabric Rules116................................................................................................................................................................
Blade, 400 Mp Router, And Mp Router Blade Scalability Rules For Firmware 5.x/6.x119................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Router Fabric Rules121................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Storage Device Connectivity For The Mp Router122................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Routing Storage Device Connectivity For The Mp Router123................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Router Scalability Rules125................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Router With Seven Hops126................................................................................................................................................................
Front And Translate Domains126................................................................................................................................................................
Core Switch Addressing Mode127................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning Guidelines For B-series Fibre Channel Switches128................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning Enforcement For B-series Fibre Channel Switches And Mp Router Lsans128................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fcoe Converged Network Switch130................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fcoe Cn Switch130................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fcoe Cn Switch High-availability Feature Comparison131................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System And Storage System Support132................................................................................................................................................................
Rules133................................................................................................................................................................
Dc San Director Switch 10/24 Fcoe Blade And 2408 Fcoe Converged Network Switch Fabric Rules133................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Isl Maximums134................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Switches And Fabric Rules135................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fibre Channel Switches135................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fibre Channel Switches For San-os138................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fibre Channel Legacy Switches139................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fibre Channel Switching Module Support Matrix For San-os140................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fibre Channel Switching Module Support Matrix For Nx-os141................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fibre Channel Switch High-availability Feature Comparison143................................................................................................................................................................
Using C-series Fibre Channel Switches As Core Switches145................................................................................................................................................................
Using C-series Fibre Channel Switches As Edge Switches146................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fibre Channel Switch Operating System And Storage System Support147................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Rules For C-series Fibre Channel Switches148................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fibre Channel Switch Fabric Rules148................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Vsan High Availability150................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning Limits For C-series Fibre Channel Switches150................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning Enforcement For C-series Fibre Channel Switches150................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fcoe Converged Network Switches151................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Nexus 5020 Fcoe Converged Network Switch151................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Nexus 5010 Fcoe Converged Network Switch151................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Modules For The C-series Nexus 5000 Series Switches151................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fibre Channel Switch High-availability Vsan Management Configuration151................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Nexus Switches For Nx-os152................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Nexus Expansion Module Support Matrix152................................................................................................................................................................
Fcoe Converged Network Switch Fabric Rules153................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Rules For C-series Nexus 5000 Converged Network Switches153................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Nexus 5000 Series Switch High-availability Feature Comparison153................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fcoe Cn Switch Operating System And Storage System Support153................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fcoe Converged Network Switch Fabric Rules154................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fcoe Cn Switch Isl Maximums155................................................................................................................................................................
M-series Switches And Fabric Rules157................................................................................................................................................................
M-series Legacy Hp Storageworks Switches159................................................................................................................................................................
M-series High-availability Feature Comparison160................................................................................................................................................................
Using M-series Switches As Director Switches160................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Fabric Rules161................................................................................................................................................................
Using M-series Switches As Edge Switches161................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Rules For M-series Switches162................................................................................................................................................................
M-series Fibre Channel Switch Operating System And Storage System Support162................................................................................................................................................................
M-series And Mcdata Zoning Limits165................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning Enforcement For M-series And Mcdata Switches165................................................................................................................................................................
San Fabric Connectivity Rules167................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Port Interfaces167................................................................................................................................................................
Device Port Interfaces167................................................................................................................................................................
San Fabric Connectivity And Switch Interoperability Rules167................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber Optic Cables168................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber Optic Cable Loss Budgets168................................................................................................................................................................
Rules For Fiber Optic Cable Connections168................................................................................................................................................................
Gb/s Fiber Optic Cable Loss Budgets (nominal Bandwidth)169................................................................................................................................................................
Gb/s Fiber Optic Cable Loss Budgets (higher Bandwidth)170................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Product Interface And Transport Distance Rules171................................................................................................................................................................
Gb/s Fibre Channel Distance Rules (b-series, C-series, And H-series)172................................................................................................................................................................
Gb/s Fibre Channel Distance Rules (b-series And C-series Switches)173................................................................................................................................................................
Gb/s Fibre Channel Distance Rules (b-series, C-series, And M-series Switches)174................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Extension Fibre Channel Distance Rules175................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Extension Ip Network Distance Rules176................................................................................................................................................................
San Fabric Switch Interoperability Rules177................................................................................................................................................................
Interoperable Routed Fabric177................................................................................................................................................................
Dual Interoperable, Heterogeneous San Fabrics177................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Bridging Fibre Channel Distance Rules177................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel And Ip Network Routing Distance Rules177................................................................................................................................................................
Interoperable, Heterogeneous Switch Fabrics179................................................................................................................................................................
Third-party Switch Support179................................................................................................................................................................
San Performance Considerations179................................................................................................................................................................
Heterogeneous Switches In The Same Fabric179................................................................................................................................................................
Infrastructure Factors180................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Guidelines180................................................................................................................................................................
Iii ..host And Storage System Rules183................................................................................................................................................................
Heterogeneous Server Rules185................................................................................................................................................................
San Platform Rules186................................................................................................................................................................
Blade Servers186................................................................................................................................................................
General San Platform Rules186................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Blade Servers186................................................................................................................................................................
Hp C-class Bladesystem Virtual Connect187................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Virtual Connect Advantages187................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Vc-fc Connectivity Guidelines188................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Virtual Connect Fibre Channel Configuration188................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Virtual Connect Fibre Channel Guidelines And Rules188................................................................................................................................................................
Bladesystem With Brocade Access Gateway Mode189................................................................................................................................................................
Failover Policy And Failback Policy190................................................................................................................................................................
Brocade 4gb San Switch For Hp C-class Bladesystem In Access Gateway Mode190................................................................................................................................................................
Ag Mode Considerations191................................................................................................................................................................
Ag Mode Connectivity Guidelines191................................................................................................................................................................
Access Gateway With Dual Redundant Fabrics191................................................................................................................................................................
Bladesystem With Cisco N_port Virtualization Mode192................................................................................................................................................................
Failover Policy193................................................................................................................................................................
Npv Mode Considerations193................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Mds 9124e Fabric Switch For Hp C-class Bladesystem In Npv Mode193................................................................................................................................................................
Npv Mode Connectivity Guidelines194................................................................................................................................................................
Npv With Flexattach194................................................................................................................................................................
Npv Device With Dual Redundant Fabrics194................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Mds 9124e Fabric Switch For Hp C-class Bladesystem Using Npv With Flexattach195................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Bladesystem C3000 Enclosure Considerations196................................................................................................................................................................
Hba N_portid Virtualization196................................................................................................................................................................
Hba Npiv Considerations196................................................................................................................................................................
Hba Npiv Connectivity Guidelines197................................................................................................................................................................
Vos With Hba Npiv Enabled197................................................................................................................................................................
Nonstop Servers (xp Only)198................................................................................................................................................................
Nonstop High-availability Configurations Using Ioames199................................................................................................................................................................
Nonstop High-availability Configurations Using Vio Enclosures (ns1000, Ns1200 Ns14000, And Ns14200 Only)199................................................................................................................................................................
Nonstop Bladesystem With Xp High-availability Configurations Using Clims (hp Integrity Nonstop Nb50000c Bladesystem Only)200................................................................................................................................................................
Supported I/o Modules For Xp Connectivity With Specific Nonstop Systems200................................................................................................................................................................
Nonstop Server Configuration Rules200................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Direct Host Attach Ioame Configuration For Xp Storage Systems203................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Direct Host Attach Vio Configuration For Xp Storage Systems (ns1000 Ns14000)203................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Direct Host Attach Clim Configuration For Xp Storage Systems204................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum San Ioame Configuration For Xp Storage Systems204................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum San Vio Configuration For Xp Storage Systems (ns1000, Ns14000)205................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum San Clim Configuration For Xp Storage Systems205................................................................................................................................................................
San Ioame Configuration With Logical And Physical Redundancy For Xp Storage Systems206................................................................................................................................................................
San Clim Configuration With Logical And Physical Redundancy For Xp Storage Systems208................................................................................................................................................................
For Xp Storage Systems209................................................................................................................................................................
For Xp Storage Systems (ns1000, Ns14000)210................................................................................................................................................................
San Clim Configuration (two Cascaded Switches) With Logical And Physical Redundancy For Xp Storage Systems211................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux San Rules212................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux San Configuration Rules212................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ux Multipathing Coexistence Support213................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Openvms San Rules214................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Openvms San Configuration Rules214................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Openvms Multipathing Coexistence Support215................................................................................................................................................................
Host-based Volume Shadowing216................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Tru64 Unix San Rules217................................................................................................................................................................
Tru64 Unix San Configuration Rules217................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Tru64 Unix Multipathing Coexistence Support218................................................................................................................................................................
Apple Mac Os X San Rules219................................................................................................................................................................
Ibm Aix San Configuration Rules220................................................................................................................................................................
Ibm Aix Multipathing Coexistence Support221................................................................................................................................................................
Linux San Rules222................................................................................................................................................................
Linux Multipathing Coexistence Support222................................................................................................................................................................
Linux San Configuration Rules222................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows San Rules223................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows San Configuration Rules223................................................................................................................................................................
Microsoft Windows Multipathing Coexistence Support224................................................................................................................................................................
Novell Netware San Rules225................................................................................................................................................................
Netware San Configuration Rules225................................................................................................................................................................
Netware Multipathing Coexistence Support226................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Solaris San Rules227................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Solaris San Configuration Rules227................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Solaris Multipathing Coexistence Support229................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware Esx San Rules230................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware Esx Multipathing Coexistence Support230................................................................................................................................................................
Vmware Esx San Configuration Rules230................................................................................................................................................................
Xen Citrix San Rules231................................................................................................................................................................
Xen San Configuration Rules231................................................................................................................................................................
Heterogeneous San Storage System Coexistence232................................................................................................................................................................
Common San Coexistence232................................................................................................................................................................
Common Server Access232................................................................................................................................................................
Common Server, Different Hbas232................................................................................................................................................................
Common Server, Common Hba233................................................................................................................................................................
Server Zoning Rules233................................................................................................................................................................
P2000 And Msa Storage System Rules235................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks P2000 G3, Fc, Modular Smart Array 2000fc G2 And 2000fc235................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2000fc G2 Configurations235................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2000fc Configurations235................................................................................................................................................................
Heterogeneous San Support236................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2000fc And Msa2000fc G2 Heterogeneous San Support236................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Rules237................................................................................................................................................................
Heterogeneous Storage System Support237................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2000fc And Msa2000fc G2 Storage System Rules237................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning238................................................................................................................................................................
Maximums238................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2000fc And Msa2000fc G2 Maximum Configurations238................................................................................................................................................................
Management Software Support239................................................................................................................................................................
Tape Storage239................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Modular Smart Array 1500239................................................................................................................................................................
Homogeneous San Support240................................................................................................................................................................
Msa1500 Homogeneous San Support240................................................................................................................................................................
Msa1500 Heterogeneous San Support241................................................................................................................................................................
Msa1500 Storage System Rules241................................................................................................................................................................
Msa1500 Maximum Configurations242................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Modular Smart Array 1000243................................................................................................................................................................
Msa1000 Homogeneous San Support243................................................................................................................................................................
Msa1000 Heterogeneous San Support244................................................................................................................................................................
Msa1000 Storage System Rules244................................................................................................................................................................
Msa1000 Maximum Configurations246................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Storage System Rules247................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Storage Systems247................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Heterogeneous San Support248................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Single-server Maximum Configurations252................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Data Migration253................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Multifunction Router With Offline Data Migration253................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva San Integration254................................................................................................................................................................
Offline Data Migration Source-destination Storage Systems254................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva Heterogeneous San Configuration Rules254................................................................................................................................................................
Eva San Boot Support256................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Management Server Integration256................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Configuration Zoning Rules256................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Management Server Configuration Rules257................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling258................................................................................................................................................................
Level 4 Nspof Configuration258................................................................................................................................................................
Eva3000/5000 Vcs 3x Cross-cable Configuration258................................................................................................................................................................
Eva4000/4100/6000/6100 And Eva3000/5000 Vcs 4x Straight-cable High-availability Configuration259................................................................................................................................................................
Eva4400 9x Straight-cable Configuration260................................................................................................................................................................
Eva8000/8100 Straight-cable Configuration260................................................................................................................................................................
Dual-channel Hba Configurations261................................................................................................................................................................
Eva8000/8100 Two Independent, Dual-redundant San Configuration261................................................................................................................................................................
Single Pci Slot With Dual-channel Hba And One Switch261................................................................................................................................................................
Single Pci Slot With Dual-channel Hba And Two Switches262................................................................................................................................................................
Two Dual-channel Hbas (nspof)262................................................................................................................................................................
Xp And Va Storage Systems263................................................................................................................................................................
Xp And Va Storage System Rules263................................................................................................................................................................
Xp And Va Heterogeneous San Support264................................................................................................................................................................
Xp And Va Storage Systems With Tape Storage In A Shared Fabric267................................................................................................................................................................
Xp And Va San Boot Support268................................................................................................................................................................
Lun Configuration And Security Manager Xp Support268................................................................................................................................................................
Xp And Va San Boot Support By Operating System268................................................................................................................................................................
San Virtualization Services Platform271................................................................................................................................................................
Software272................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware For A Single Svsp Domain272................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Rules273................................................................................................................................................................
Continuous Access Svsp V2.1274................................................................................................................................................................
Svsp V2.1 Inter-site Network Requirements For Long Distance Gateways274................................................................................................................................................................
Enterprise Backup Solution275................................................................................................................................................................
Iv ..san Extension And Bridging277................................................................................................................................................................
San Extension Overview279................................................................................................................................................................
San Extension279................................................................................................................................................................
San Extension Technology280................................................................................................................................................................
San Extension Examples280................................................................................................................................................................
San-iscsi Bridging Technology281................................................................................................................................................................
San Extension Technologies And Hp San Extension Products281................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Long-distance Technology282................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber Optic Transceivers282................................................................................................................................................................
Lc Sfp Transceiver282................................................................................................................................................................
Sc Gbic Transceiver282................................................................................................................................................................
Wavelength Division Multiplexing283................................................................................................................................................................
Wdm Overview284................................................................................................................................................................
Wdm Network Implementation284................................................................................................................................................................
Wdm System Architectures284................................................................................................................................................................
Wdm System Characteristics285................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Coarse Wave Division Multiplexing285................................................................................................................................................................
Third-party Wdm Products286................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Wdm Configuration Using One Long-distance Fiber Optic Link286................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Fabric Settings For Fibre Channel Switches287................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Switch Settings287................................................................................................................................................................
Fully Redundant Wdm Configuration Using Two Long-distance Fiber Optic Links287................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Trunking And Wdm288................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Switch Settings288................................................................................................................................................................
Port Protocol Setting Based On The Extension Architecture288................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Switch Extended Fabric Settings288................................................................................................................................................................
H-series Switch Settings289................................................................................................................................................................
M-series Switch Settings289................................................................................................................................................................
M-series Switch Extended Fabric Settings289................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-protocol Long-distance Technology290................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Over Internet Protocol290................................................................................................................................................................
Hafm Configure Ports Dialog Box290................................................................................................................................................................
Set All Rx Bb Credits Dialog Box290................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Mechanisms291................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Link Configurations291................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Single-link Configuration291................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Dual-link Configuration291................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Shared-link Configuration292................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Network Considerations293................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Network Consideration293................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Gateways295................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Fcip Gateways295................................................................................................................................................................
Third-party Qos And Data Encryption Fcip Products296................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Over Sonet296................................................................................................................................................................
Fc-sonet Ip Link Configurations296................................................................................................................................................................
Fcip Qos Products296................................................................................................................................................................
Fc-sonet Network Considerations297................................................................................................................................................................
Third-party Sonet Gateways297................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Over Atm297................................................................................................................................................................
Fc-sonet Dual-link Configuration297................................................................................................................................................................
Fc-sonet Shared-link Configuration297................................................................................................................................................................
Hp San Extension Products Summary And Usage298................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Multi-protocol Long-distance Products298................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Usage For Hp Supported Fcip San Extension Products298................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Ip Distance Gateway299................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Distance Gateway (mpx110) Features And Requirements299................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Distance Gateway Configuration Examples300................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Distance Gateway Basic Fcip Configuration With One Or Two Long-distance Links300................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Distance Gateway High-availability Configuration With One Or Two Long-distance Links301................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Distance Gateway High-availability Configuration With A Redundant Ip Network301................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Distance Gateway Basic Fcip Configuration With Single-path Connectivity302................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Distance Gateway Fcip With B-series Integrated Routing302................................................................................................................................................................
Highly Redundant Pairs Of Gateways, Two Long Distance Links303................................................................................................................................................................
Highly Redundant Pairs Of Gateways, Fully Redundant Long-distance Links303................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva 3-site Configuration With Four Mpx110 Gateways304................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Continuous Access Eva 3-site Configuration With Six Mpx110 Gateways305................................................................................................................................................................
Connectivity307................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Multifunction Router With Fcip308................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Multifunction Router Fcip Configuration Examples309................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Multifunction Router Using Fcip Features And Requirements309................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Basic Fcip Configuration With One Or Two Long-distance Links310................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Fcip With B-series Integrated Routing310................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 High-availability Configuration With One Or Two Long-distance Links311................................................................................................................................................................
Local Mpx200 Basic Fcip Configuration With Remote Ip Distance Gateway (mpx100)311................................................................................................................................................................
B-series 1606 Extension San Switch And Dc Dir Switch Mp Extension Blade312................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements313................................................................................................................................................................
Extension San Switch And Dc Dir Switch Mp Extension Blade Features And Requirements313................................................................................................................................................................
Extension San Switch Configuration Examples314................................................................................................................................................................
Nspof Configuration With 1606 Extension San Switches Providing Fibre Channel Routing And Fcip314................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Routing And Fcip Using Two 1606 Extension San Switches314................................................................................................................................................................
B-series 400 Mp Router And Mp Router Blade316................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Router And Mp Router Blade Features And Requirements316................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Router And Mp Router Blade Configuration Examples318................................................................................................................................................................
Nspof Configuration With 400 Mp Routers Providing Fibre Channel Routing And Fcip318................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Routing And Fcip Using Two 400 Mp Routers318................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Mp Router319................................................................................................................................................................
Nspof Configuration With 400 Mp Routers Providing Fibre Channel Routing And Fcip With Direct Connect Devices319................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Mp Router Features And Requirements320................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Mp Router Configuration Examples321................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Routers Connecting Fabrics In An Ip Network321................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Routers Connecting Fabrics Using Two Ip Subnets321................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Mp Routers And Fcip Connections322................................................................................................................................................................
Multiservice Modules323................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storage Replication Products323................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Mds Module Features And Requirements323................................................................................................................................................................
San Extension Best Practices For Continuous Access Eva324................................................................................................................................................................
Continuous Access Eva4400/6400/8400 With Xcs 09x324................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways With Xcs 09x325................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways And B-series Switches With Xcs 09x326................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways And C-series Switches With Xcs 09x327................................................................................................................................................................
Continuous Access Eva With Xcs 6.x328................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways With Xcs 6.x328................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways And B-series Switches With Xcs 6.x329................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways And C-series Switches With Xcs 6.x330................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways And M-series Switches With Xcs 6.x331................................................................................................................................................................
Continuous Access Eva With Vcs 4.x332................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways With Vcs 4.x332................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways And B-series Switches With Vcs 4.x333................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways And C-series Switches With Vcs 4.x334................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access335................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways And M-series Switches With Vcs 4.x335................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Replication Modes335................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Protocols And Source-target Replication Pairing336................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Asynchronous Replication Rules337................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Journal Replication Rules337................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Journal Configuration338................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access P-jnl And S-jnl Groups338................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access 3dc Configuration339................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Direct Storage-to-storage Configurations For Fibre Channel And Escon340................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Single-switch And Multi-switch Fibre Channel Configurations341................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Fibre Channel Distances341................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Escon Director Configuration342................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Escon Repeater Configuration342................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Escon Director And Repeater Distances342................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Wdm Configurations343................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Wdm Distances And Equipment343................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Atm And Sonet/sdh Configurations344................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Sonet/sdh Fc Direct And Switch Configurations344................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Atm And Sonet/sdh Products345................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Fcip Configuration346................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Fcip And Ifcp Configurations347................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements For Long-distance Ip Gateways With Xp Continuous Access348................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Fcip Gateway Support349................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Ifcp Gateway Support351................................................................................................................................................................
Openvms Host-based Volume Shadowing352................................................................................................................................................................
Certified Third-party Wdm, Ifcp, And Sonet Products352................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Escon Ip Gateway Support352................................................................................................................................................................
Certified Third-party Wdm Products353................................................................................................................................................................
Certified Third-party Ifcp And Sonet Products353................................................................................................................................................................
Third-party Ifcp Products For San Extension353................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Storage355................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Overview355................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi And Fibre Channel356................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Bridge To Fibre Channel356................................................................................................................................................................
Initiator And Target Devices356................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Concepts356................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Naming357................................................................................................................................................................
Discovery Mechanisms357................................................................................................................................................................
Static Configuration357................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Node Definition357................................................................................................................................................................
Sendtargets Command358................................................................................................................................................................
Service Location Protocol358................................................................................................................................................................
Internet Storage Name Service358................................................................................................................................................................
Sessions And Logins358................................................................................................................................................................
Security359................................................................................................................................................................
Software And Hardware Iscsi Initiators359................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Boot360................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Storage Network Requirements360................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Multifunction Router With Iscsi360................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Simultaneous Operation360................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Configuration Options361................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Single-blade Fabric-attached Configuration361................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Dual-blade Fabric-attached Configuration361................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Single-blade Multi-eva Configuration362................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Dual-blade Multi-eva Configuration363................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Dual-blade Direct Connect To One Eva Configuration363................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Iscsi Rules And Supported Maximums364................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx200 Dual-blade Direct Connect To Two Eva Configuration364................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Storage System Rules And Guidelines365................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Eva/mpx200 Maximums365................................................................................................................................................................
Command View Eva And Mpx200 Management Rules And Guidelines366................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Storage System Software366................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Switch And Fabric Support366................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System And Multipath Software Support366................................................................................................................................................................
Eva And Eva4400 Iscsi Connectivity Option367................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System, Multipath Software, And Cluster Support367................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Connect Iscsi-fibre Channel Attachment Mode Configuration368................................................................................................................................................................
Eva4400 Direct Connect Iscsi-fibre Channel Attachment Mode Configuration368................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Support369................................................................................................................................................................
Eva8000/8100 Mpx100 And Windows Host Direct Connect Configuration369................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Iscsi-fibre Channel Attachment Mode Configuration369................................................................................................................................................................
Mpx100/100b Data Transport370................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Systems370................................................................................................................................................................
Eva Storage System Connectivity Attachment Modes370................................................................................................................................................................
Software Support371................................................................................................................................................................
Management Software371................................................................................................................................................................
Command View Eva Iscsi Connectivity Configuration 1371................................................................................................................................................................
Multipath Software372................................................................................................................................................................
Command View Eva Iscsi Connectivity Configuration 2372................................................................................................................................................................
Continuous Access Eva373................................................................................................................................................................
Multipath Direct Connect Iscsi-fibre Channel Attachment Mode Configuration373................................................................................................................................................................
Multipath Fabric Iscsi-fibre Channel Attachment Mode Configuration373................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Systems And Network Interface Cards374................................................................................................................................................................
Nic Teaming374................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiators374................................................................................................................................................................
Eva And Eva4400 Iscsi Connectivity Options Supported Maximums375................................................................................................................................................................
General Rules For The Eva And Eva4400 Iscsi Connectivity Options375................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Eva Iscsi Connectivity Option Maximums375................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Modular Smart Array 2000i376................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2000i G2 And Msa2000i Overview376................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2000i G2 And Msa2000i Support376................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Eva/mpx100/100b Maximums376................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2000i G2 And Msa2000i Configurations376................................................................................................................................................................
Server Support377................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Support377................................................................................................................................................................
Path Failover Software377................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2000i G2 And Msa2000i Operating System Support377................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Configurations378................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Modular Smart Array 1510i378................................................................................................................................................................
Msa1510i Overview378................................................................................................................................................................
Msa2000i G2 And Msa2000i Maximum Configurations378................................................................................................................................................................
Msa1510i Support379................................................................................................................................................................
Network Device Support379................................................................................................................................................................
Msa1510i Rules379................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Iscsi Director Blade379................................................................................................................................................................
Blade Overview380................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel And Ip Configuration With The B-series Iscsi Director Blade380................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Systems And Network Interface Controllers381................................................................................................................................................................
Network Teaming381................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Management Applications381................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Iscsi Director Blade Scalability Rules382................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Iscsi384................................................................................................................................................................
Modules Overview384................................................................................................................................................................
Mp Router Iscsi Configuration Rules384................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Fibre Channel And Ip Configuration With The Ip Module385................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Network Teaming387................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Switches That Support Iscsi387................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Management Applications388................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Storage Server Iscsi Feature Pack389................................................................................................................................................................
Overview389................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Iscsi Limits389................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Storage Server Iscsi Feature Pack Support390................................................................................................................................................................
Application Support390................................................................................................................................................................
Iscsi Initiator Support Rules390................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Storage Server Iscsi License Upgrade Options391................................................................................................................................................................
Snapshot391................................................................................................................................................................
Clustering391................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Backup391................................................................................................................................................................
Designing A Microsoft Exchange Solution With Iscsi Feature Pack392................................................................................................................................................................
Network Design392................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Selection392................................................................................................................................................................
Exchange Storage Design392................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Load With Exchange393................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Iscsi Nas Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Configuration393................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Dl380 G4 Storage Server Configuration394................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Server And San Integration395................................................................................................................................................................
Network Attached Storage395................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration And Zoning Rules396................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Proliant Storage Servers396................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware397................................................................................................................................................................
V ..storage Security, Best Practices, And Support Information399................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Security Threats401................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Security401................................................................................................................................................................
Security Attack Classes401................................................................................................................................................................
Security Technologies402................................................................................................................................................................
U.s. And International Security Regulations402................................................................................................................................................................
Ip San Security Technologies403................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel San Security Technologies403................................................................................................................................................................
Encryption Security Technologies403................................................................................................................................................................
Key Management404................................................................................................................................................................
Organizational Security Policies404................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Security Strategy404................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Secure Advantage404................................................................................................................................................................
Resource Protection405................................................................................................................................................................
Data Protection405................................................................................................................................................................
Security Validation406................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Security Best Practices406................................................................................................................................................................
Assessing Security Risks407................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Organizational Risks407................................................................................................................................................................
Data Security Implementations407................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storage Security Solutions407................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Storage Media Encryption407................................................................................................................................................................
C-series San-os Security408................................................................................................................................................................
Sme Software Requirements408................................................................................................................................................................
C-series Ip San Security409................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Encryption Switch And Encryption Fc Blade Security410................................................................................................................................................................
B-series Fabric Os Security411................................................................................................................................................................
Methods For Identifying Policy Numbers413................................................................................................................................................................
Best Practices417................................................................................................................................................................
San Planning417................................................................................................................................................................
Design Specification418................................................................................................................................................................
San Topology418................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-fabric Sans418................................................................................................................................................................
Failover Protection418................................................................................................................................................................
Data Access Patterns418................................................................................................................................................................
Isl Ratio419................................................................................................................................................................
Incremental San Expansion419................................................................................................................................................................
San Configuration419................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Switch Configuration420................................................................................................................................................................
Server Setup420................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Configuration420................................................................................................................................................................
Storage-based Lun Masking420................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning Enforcement421................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning Guidelines421................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning By Operating System422................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning By Hba422................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning By Application422................................................................................................................................................................
Zoning By Port Allocation422................................................................................................................................................................
Ebs Zoning423................................................................................................................................................................
Zone Naming423................................................................................................................................................................
Naming By Identifier Type423................................................................................................................................................................
Case Sensitivity Of Fabric Identifiers423................................................................................................................................................................
Server Naming423................................................................................................................................................................
Storage System Naming423................................................................................................................................................................
Cascaded Fabric Expansion425................................................................................................................................................................
Meshed Fabric Expansion425................................................................................................................................................................
Ring Fabric Expansion425................................................................................................................................................................
Core-edge Fabric Expansion425................................................................................................................................................................
San Fabric Merging425................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Segmentation Errors426................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Configuration Parameters426................................................................................................................................................................
Independent Fabric Merge427................................................................................................................................................................
High-availability Redundant Fabric Merge427................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Hp429................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support429................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service429................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback429................................................................................................................................................................
New And Changed Information In This Edition429................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources429................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information430................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation430................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions431................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions431................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair432................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary433................................................................................................................................................................
Index443................................................................................................................................................................

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HP STORAGEWORKS XP20000 User Manual

HP STORAGEWORKS XP20000 User Manual (172 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Disk array system | Size: 2.88 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Performance Monitor11................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Management Process Flow Diagram13................................................................................................................................................................
About Performance Monitor15................................................................................................................................................................
Components15................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Statistical Storage Ranges16................................................................................................................................................................
Parity Group Usage Statistics16................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Usage Statistics17................................................................................................................................................................
External Volume Group Usage Statistics17................................................................................................................................................................
External Volume Usage Statistics18................................................................................................................................................................
Channel Processor Usage Statistics18................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Processor Usage Statistics18................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating Volumes In Xp24000 Disk Arrays When The Disk Processor Usage Rate Is19................................................................................................................................................................
High19................................................................................................................................................................
Drr Processor Usage Statistics21................................................................................................................................................................
Write Pending Rate And Cache Memory Usage Statistics21................................................................................................................................................................
Access Path Usage Statistics22................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Disk Drive Workload Statistics22................................................................................................................................................................
Access Paths22................................................................................................................................................................
Port Traffic Statistics23................................................................................................................................................................
Lu Path Traffic Statistics23................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Between Hbas And Storage System Ports24................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Export Tool24................................................................................................................................................................
Interoperability With Other Products25................................................................................................................................................................
An Example Of A Text File25................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Performance Monitor Operations27................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements27................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Partition Administrators Limitations27................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Monitor Limitations28................................................................................................................................................................
Limitations For Storage Partition Administrators (performance Monitor)28................................................................................................................................................................
Export Tool Limitations29................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Lun Window Displayed When Logged In As A Storage Partition Administrator29................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Performance Monitor Windows31................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Monitor Window31................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Lun Window, Physical Tab31................................................................................................................................................................
Port-lun Tab31................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Tab Of The Auto Lun Window32................................................................................................................................................................
Long-range Storage36................................................................................................................................................................
Storing Period Of Statistics (physical Tab)36................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Disk Adapters36................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Item Displayed In The Graph And The Highest Value Of The Y-axis36................................................................................................................................................................
Short-range Storage37................................................................................................................................................................
Ldev Tab Of The Auto Lun Window37................................................................................................................................................................
The Ldev Tab Of The Performance Monitor Window38................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Item To Be Displayed In The Graph (ldev Tab)42................................................................................................................................................................
Items You Can Select In The List And The Types Of Statistics (ldev Tab)42................................................................................................................................................................
Port-lun Tab Of The Auto Lun Window43................................................................................................................................................................
Chart Y Axis Rate List And Detail Check Box (ldev Tab)43................................................................................................................................................................
Detailed Information That Can Be Displayed In The Graph (ldev Tab)43................................................................................................................................................................
The Port-lun Tab Of The Auto Lun Window44................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Port Workload Statistics47................................................................................................................................................................
Chart Y Axis Rate List, Detail Check Box, And The List To Select The Item To Be Displayed47................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Workload Statistics On Lu Paths48................................................................................................................................................................
Graphs That Illustrate Changes In Workloads On A Port48................................................................................................................................................................
Detailed Information That Can Be Displayed In The Graph (port-lun Tab)48................................................................................................................................................................
Wwn Tab Of The Performance Monitor Window49................................................................................................................................................................
Wwn Tab Of The Performance Management Window49................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Options Window52................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Options Window Of Performance Monitor53................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between The Display Of A Cell And The Cu Status In The Cu Table54................................................................................................................................................................
Other Windows55................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Monitor Operations57................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Performance Monitor Operations57................................................................................................................................................................
Start Monitoring57................................................................................................................................................................
View The Monitoring Results59................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Lun Window59................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Stopping Storage System Monitoring60................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Resources In The Storage System61................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Usage Statistics About Parity Groups61................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Parity Group Usage Rates Displayed In The List62................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Usage Statistics About Volumes In Parity Groups63................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Volume Usage Rates Displayed64................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Usage Statistics About External Volume Groups66................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Usage Statistics About External Volumes In External Volume Groups67................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Usage Statistics Of An External Volume Group Usages Displayed In The List67................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of External Volume Usage Rates Displayed68................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Usage Statistics About Channel Processors (chps)69................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Channel Processors Usage Rates Displayed69................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Usage Statistics About Disk Processors (dkps)70................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Usage Statistics About Data Recovery And Reconstruction Processors (drrs)71................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Disk Processor Usage Rates Displayed71................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Write Pending And Cache Memory Usage Statistics72................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Drr Usage Rates Displayed In The List72................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Item To Be Displayed In The Graph (shortrange)73................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Usage Statistics About Access Paths74................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Write Pending Rate And Cache Usage Rate Displayed74................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Hard Disk Drives76................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Usage Statistics Displayed In The List76................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing I/o Rates For Disks77................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Rates For Disks78................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Transfer Rates For Disks79................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Rates For Disks81................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Ports82................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing I/o Rates For Ports82................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Rates For Ports84................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Transfer Rates For Ports85................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Rates For Ports87................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Details About The I/o And Transfer Rates88................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Lu Paths88................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Lu Path I/o Rates89................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Lu Path Transfer Rates90................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Rates For Lu Paths91................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Paths Between Host Bus Adapters And Ports92................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Hba Information92................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing I/o Rates Between Hbas92................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Transfer Rates Between Hbas94................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Rates For Host Bus Adapters (wwn Tab)94................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Rates For Host Bus Adapters (wwn Tab)96................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Export Tool99................................................................................................................................................................
Files To Be Exported99................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Lun Windows And Monitoring Data Saved By The Export Tool99................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Resource Usage And Write Pending Rates100................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Parity Groups, External Volume Groups Or V-vol Groups102................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Volumes In Parity / External Volume Groups, Or In V-vol103................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Ports105................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Host Bus Adapters Connected To Ports105................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Volumes (lus)105................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Xp Performance Control Groups106................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Host Bus Adapters Belonging To Xp Performance Control106................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Remote Copy Operations By Xp Continuous Access And Truecopy For Mainframe (in The Whole Volumes)108................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Remote Copy Operations By Xp Continuous Access And Truecopy For Mainframe (for Each Volume (lu))108................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Remote Copy Operations By Xp Continuous Access And Truecopy For Mainframe (at Volumes Controlled By A Particular Cu)110................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Remote Copy Operations By Xp Continuous Access And Truecopy For Mainframe (at Clpr)113................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Remote Copy Operations By Xp Continuous Access Journal And Universal Replicator For Mainframe (in The Whole Volumes)113................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Remote Copy Operations By Xp Continuous Access Journal And Universal Replicator For Mainframe (at Journal Groups)114................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Remote Copy Operations By Xp Continuous Access Journal And Universal Replicator For Mainframe (for Each Volume (lu))115................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Remote Copy Operations By Xp Continuous Access Journal And Universal Replicator For Mainframe (at Volumes Controlled By A Particular Cu)115................................................................................................................................................................
Files With Statistics About Volumes In Parity Groups, External Volume Groups, Or V-vol Groups (at Volumes Controlled By A Particular Cu)117................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Using The Export Tool118................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Using The Export Tool118................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Export Tool On A Windows Computer119................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Export Tool On A Unix Computer119................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing A Command File120................................................................................................................................................................
An Example Of A Command File120................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing A Batch File123................................................................................................................................................................
Scripts In Batch Files123................................................................................................................................................................
Scripts In Batch Files (when Specifying The Host Name Of A Proxy Host)124................................................................................................................................................................
Scripts In Batch Files (when Specifying The Ip Address Of A Proxy Host)124................................................................................................................................................................
Running The Export Tool125................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Executing A Batch File (on A Windows Computer)125................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Command Prompt Outputs From Export Tool125................................................................................................................................................................
Errors Which Export Tool Retry The Processing126................................................................................................................................................................
Estimate Of Time Required For Exporting Files127................................................................................................................................................................
Termination Codes That The Export Tool Returns127................................................................................................................................................................
Command Reference128................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of A Batch File Including References To Termination Codes128................................................................................................................................................................
Subcommand List128................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax129................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Comments130................................................................................................................................................................
Syntax Descriptions130................................................................................................................................................................
Svpip Subcommand131................................................................................................................................................................
Syntax131................................................................................................................................................................
Description131................................................................................................................................................................
Operands131................................................................................................................................................................
Example131................................................................................................................................................................
Retry Subcommand131................................................................................................................................................................
Login Subcommand132................................................................................................................................................................
Show Subcommand133................................................................................................................................................................
Group Subcommand134................................................................................................................................................................
Information Output By The Show Command134................................................................................................................................................................
Groups135................................................................................................................................................................
Operands Of The Group Subcommand And Saved Monitoring Data135................................................................................................................................................................
Shortrange Subcommand148................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Ending Time For Collecting Monitoring Data148................................................................................................................................................................
Longrange Subcommand150................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Items To Which The Longrange Subcommand Can Be Applied150................................................................................................................................................................
Outpath Subcommand152................................................................................................................................................................
Option Subcommand153................................................................................................................................................................
Apply Subcommand154................................................................................................................................................................
Set Subcommand154................................................................................................................................................................
Help Subcommand156................................................................................................................................................................
Java Command For Exporting Data In Files156................................................................................................................................................................
Causes Of Invalid Monitoring Data158................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting161................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Performance Monitor161................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The Export Tool162................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Issued By The Export Tool163................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Hp Technical Support166................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources167................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation167................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions For Storage Capacity Values167................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support168................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service168................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites168................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback168................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary169................................................................................................................................................................
Index171................................................................................................................................................................
HP STORAGEWORKS XP20000 User Manual

HP STORAGEWORKS XP20000 User Manual (164 pages)

External Storage  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 4.52 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Hp Storageworks Xp External Storage Software8................................................................................................................................................................
Unifying Connections From A Host To Different Storage Systems9................................................................................................................................................................
About Xp External Storage Operations11................................................................................................................................................................
Xp External Storage Components12................................................................................................................................................................
Storage Systems And Cross-subsystem Paths13................................................................................................................................................................
Xp External Storage Operations14................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Xp External Storage15................................................................................................................................................................
Registering A Volume To An External Volume Group (exg)16................................................................................................................................................................
Cross-subsystem Paths17................................................................................................................................................................
Path Mode18................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Switching I/o Execution Paths To Alternate Paths20................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Mainframe Volumes24................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Open Systems Volumes25................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Mapped External Volume From A Connected Host26................................................................................................................................................................
Using Existing Data In The Mapped External Volume27................................................................................................................................................................
Interoperability With Other Products And Functions28................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Lvi/lun (vll)29................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Xp Thin Provisioning Software30................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Operations31................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Journal Operations32................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Business Copy Operations33................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Snapshot Operations34................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Xp External Storage Operations36................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Xp External Storage Operations37................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Applications According To Hdd Type38................................................................................................................................................................
Capacity Guidelines39................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Mainframe Volumes40................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Luse Volume Guidelines41................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance Guidelines For An External Storage System42................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Uninstalling Xp External Storage43................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Xp External Storage44................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Xp External Storage Gui45................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Operation Tree47................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Operation List (when Subsystem Or Product Name Is Clicked)48................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Operation List (when Path Group Is Clicked)49................................................................................................................................................................
Preview Dialog Box51................................................................................................................................................................
Path Operation Window53................................................................................................................................................................
Path Operation Tree54................................................................................................................................................................
Path Operation List (when Subsystem Is Clicked)55................................................................................................................................................................
Path Operation List (when Product Name Is Clicked)56................................................................................................................................................................
Path Operation List (when Port Or Wwn Is Clicked)57................................................................................................................................................................
Port Operation Window58................................................................................................................................................................
Port Operation Tree59................................................................................................................................................................
Port Information List60................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Xp External Storage Operations61................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Port Of External Storage System62................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Port Attribute For Local Storage System63................................................................................................................................................................
Mapping An External Volume Manually64................................................................................................................................................................
Add Volume Dialog Box66................................................................................................................................................................
Set External Volume Parameter Dialog Box68................................................................................................................................................................
Ldev Mapping (auto) Dialog Box69................................................................................................................................................................
Ldev Mapping (manual) Dialog Box70................................................................................................................................................................
Ssid Dialog Box71................................................................................................................................................................
Example: How To Map Ldevs Automatically73................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Cross-subsystem Paths74................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Cross-subsystem Paths Dialog Box75................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Cross-subsystem Path77................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Configured Cross-subsystem Path Priority78................................................................................................................................................................
Canceling The Cross-subsystem Path Configuration79................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing All Cross-subsystem Paths With Newly Added Cross-subsystem Paths80................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The External Volume Details81................................................................................................................................................................
Mapping Path Information Dialog Box82................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On Or Off The Storage System84................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On Or Off Only The External Storage System85................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On Or Off Both Storage Systems86................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnecting External Storage System Or Disconnecting External Volume87................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnecting All External Volumes (disconnect Subsystem)88................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Connection Status And Resuming External Volume Operation89................................................................................................................................................................
Resuming An Individual External Volume (check Paths & Restore Volume Operation)90................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Paths To The External Volume (check Paths)91................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Inflow Control Setting Of The External Volume92................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Port Setting Of The External Storage System93................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Maintenance For External Subsystem94................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting The External Volume Mapping (delete Volume Command)95................................................................................................................................................................
Using Spreadsheets For Xp External Storage Operations97................................................................................................................................................................
Available Types And Operation Tags98................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Storage System Information99................................................................................................................................................................
Mappedvolume Tag100................................................................................................................................................................
Mapping External Volumes101................................................................................................................................................................
Addvolumesetting Tag102................................................................................................................................................................
How To Specify The Ldev Capacity105................................................................................................................................................................
Addvolumesetting2 Tag106................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnecting An Individual External Volume (disconnectvolume Tag)109................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Path Group110................................................................................................................................................................
Unitepathgroup Tag111................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of A Spreadsheet112................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Command Devices114................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Remote Command Devices115................................................................................................................................................................
Mapping A Command Device As A Remote Command Device117................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure To Use Initiator/external Mix Mode119................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Initiator/external Mix Mode120................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting121................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The Mapping Path122................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Volume Discovery125................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Hp Technical Support126................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources127................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites128................................................................................................................................................................
A Connecting External Storage Systems129................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between The Serial Number And The Ams/wms Model130................................................................................................................................................................
Path Status And Examples Of The Recovery Procedure (ams/wms)131................................................................................................................................................................
P9500 Disk Array132................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using The Power Savings Option (ams/wms)133................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between The Serial Number And Thunder 9500v Model134................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between The Wwn Of The Port And Controller135................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting P9500 Disk Array136................................................................................................................................................................
Usp V/vm Storage System137................................................................................................................................................................
Tagmastore Usp/nsc Storage System138................................................................................................................................................................
Lightning 9900v Storage System139................................................................................................................................................................
Lightning 9900 Storage System140................................................................................................................................................................
Svs200 Storage System141................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Eva Storage System142................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Storedge 6120/6320143................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Connecting An Emc Clariion Cx Series144................................................................................................................................................................
Ibm Ds3000/ds4000/ds5000 Series145................................................................................................................................................................
Fujitsu Fibrecat Cx Series146................................................................................................................................................................
B Required Volume Capacity For Each Emulation Type147................................................................................................................................................................
Capacity List For Each Emulation Type148................................................................................................................................................................
C Adjusting The Volume Capacities For Pairs151................................................................................................................................................................
D The Expath Tool153................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Expath Tool154................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Authentication File155................................................................................................................................................................
Running The Expath Tool156................................................................................................................................................................
Command Reference157................................................................................................................................................................
Login Command158................................................................................................................................................................
Description159................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary161................................................................................................................................................................
Index163................................................................................................................................................................

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HP STORAGEWORKS XP20000 User Manual (117 pages)

Hitachi ShadowImage for Mainframe  
Brand: HP | Category: Disk array system | Size: 1.03 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Hitachi Shadowimage™ For Mainframe6................................................................................................................................................................
Shadowimage For Mainframe6................................................................................................................................................................
Business Benefits7................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Highlights7................................................................................................................................................................
About Shadowimage For Mainframe Operations8................................................................................................................................................................
Shadowimage For Mainframe Components8................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Pairs And Ctgs9................................................................................................................................................................
Shadowimage For Mainframe Software9................................................................................................................................................................
License9................................................................................................................................................................
Xp For Business Continuity Manager Software9................................................................................................................................................................
Pprc Host Software9................................................................................................................................................................
Shadowimage For Mainframe Operations10................................................................................................................................................................
Set Reserve Attribute Operation10................................................................................................................................................................
Add Pair Operation10................................................................................................................................................................
Split Pair Operation12................................................................................................................................................................
Suspend Pair Operation15................................................................................................................................................................
Resynchronize Pair Operations15................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Pair Operation20................................................................................................................................................................
Pair Status20................................................................................................................................................................
Shadowimage For Mainframe Options25................................................................................................................................................................
Swap&freeze Option25................................................................................................................................................................
Host I/o Performance Option26................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Threshold Option27................................................................................................................................................................
Interoperability With Other Products And Functions28................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Lvi28................................................................................................................................................................
Cache Residency Manager29................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Security29................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Retention Manager29................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Auto Lun29................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Xp External Storage Software30................................................................................................................................................................
Hitachi Truecopy™ For Mainframe30................................................................................................................................................................
Xp Continuous Access Journal Software™ For Mainframe34................................................................................................................................................................
Truecopy For Mainframe And Universal Replicator For Mainframe38................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Xp For Compatible Extended Remote Copy (xrc) Software40................................................................................................................................................................
Concurrent Copy40................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Shadowimage For Mainframe Operations41................................................................................................................................................................
System Requirements41................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Requirements41................................................................................................................................................................
Shadowimage For Mainframe Software Requirements42................................................................................................................................................................
License Requirements42................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Other Software43................................................................................................................................................................
Assessing Shadowimage For Mainframe Requirements43................................................................................................................................................................
Calculating Maximum Number Of Pairs43................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Considerations48................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Source And Target Volumes50................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Maintaining Shadowimage For Mainframe50................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Maintaining The Devices50................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Maintaining The Cache50................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions On Switching Off The Power Supply51................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Shadowimage For Mainframe51................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Shadowimage For Mainframe51................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Shadowimage For Mainframe Gui53................................................................................................................................................................
Pair Operation Window53................................................................................................................................................................
Volume List54................................................................................................................................................................
Preview List57................................................................................................................................................................
History Window58................................................................................................................................................................
Option Window59................................................................................................................................................................
Ctg Window60................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Shadowimage For Mainframe Operations Using Remote Web Console63................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Volume List63................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Or Deleting The Settings In Preview List65................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Settings In Preview List65................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting The Settings In Preview List65................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Or Resetting The Reserve Attribute65................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Reserve Attribute66................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting The Reserve Attribute67................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Options68................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ctgs68................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Reserve Attribute Of A Ctg69................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting The Reserve Attribute Of A Ctg70................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Pairs70................................................................................................................................................................
Splitting Pairs73................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Only Pair Splitting77................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Pair Addition And Pair Splitting77................................................................................................................................................................
Performing At-time Split Operation (multiple Pair Splitting)78................................................................................................................................................................
Using Pprc Commands To Split, Resynchronize, And Delete Pairs In A Ctg79................................................................................................................................................................
Suspending Pairs80................................................................................................................................................................
Resynchronizing Pairs81................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Pairs84................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Detailed Volume And Pair Information86................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Number Of Pairs And License Information87................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Pair Operations History89................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Shadowimage For Mainframe Pair Operations Using Xp For Business Continuity Manager Software91................................................................................................................................................................
Command Device For Xp For Business Continuity Manager Software91................................................................................................................................................................
Xp For Business Continuity Manager Software Cli Commands That Correspond To The Pprc Commands91................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Shadowimage For Mainframe Pair Operations Using Pprc93................................................................................................................................................................
Pprc Command Support93................................................................................................................................................................
Pprc Command Requirements94................................................................................................................................................................
Psf And Devserv Commands94................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Pairs Using Pprc Commands95................................................................................................................................................................
Cestpair (adding Pairs)95................................................................................................................................................................
Estpair (adding Pairs)97................................................................................................................................................................
Splitting Pairs Using Pprc Commands98................................................................................................................................................................
Csuspend98................................................................................................................................................................
Suspend99................................................................................................................................................................
Resynchronizing Pairs Using Pprc Commands100................................................................................................................................................................
Cestpair (resynchronizing Pairs)100................................................................................................................................................................
Estpair (resynchronizing Pairs)101................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Pairs Using Pprc Commands103................................................................................................................................................................
Cdelpair103................................................................................................................................................................
Delpair104................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Pair Status Using Pprc Commands105................................................................................................................................................................
Cquery106................................................................................................................................................................
Query107................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting109................................................................................................................................................................
Sim Reporting110................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Hp Technical Support111................................................................................................................................................................
10 Support And Other Resources112................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation112................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions For Storage Capacity Values112................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support112................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service113................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites113................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback113................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary114................................................................................................................................................................
Index116................................................................................................................................................................
HP STORAGEWORKS XP20000 User Manual

HP STORAGEWORKS XP20000 User Manual (76 pages)

Volume Security Disk Array  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 1.23 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Volume Security7................................................................................................................................................................
Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology7................................................................................................................................................................
About Volume Security Operations9................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Volume Security Functions9................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Volumes From I/o Operations At Mainframe Hosts9................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Only The Specified Hosts To Access Volumes9................................................................................................................................................................
Port-level Security10................................................................................................................................................................
Port-level Security Implementation10................................................................................................................................................................
Security Example 110................................................................................................................................................................
Prohibiting All Hosts From Accessing Volumes11................................................................................................................................................................
Security Example 211................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Volumes From Erroneous Copy Operations12................................................................................................................................................................
Warnings Regarding Volume Security12................................................................................................................................................................
Security Example 312................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Volume Emulation Types13................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Possible Number Of Groups14................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Possible Number Of Hosts And Volumes14................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Volume Security Gui15................................................................................................................................................................
The Volume Security Window15................................................................................................................................................................
Security Group Tree16................................................................................................................................................................
Hosts Table18................................................................................................................................................................
Ldevs Table19................................................................................................................................................................
The Add/change Security Group Dialog Box20................................................................................................................................................................
Ldev Table20................................................................................................................................................................
The Add/change Host Group Dialog Box23................................................................................................................................................................
The Add/change Ldev Group Dialog Box25................................................................................................................................................................
The Add/change Host Dialog Box27................................................................................................................................................................
The Select Ldev Dialog Box29................................................................................................................................................................
The Select Port Dialog Box30................................................................................................................................................................
The Specify Security Group Dialog Box32................................................................................................................................................................
The Host To Security Group Dialog Box33................................................................................................................................................................
The Host To Ldev Dialog Box34................................................................................................................................................................
Host Group To Security Group Dialog Box35................................................................................................................................................................
The Host Group To Port Dialog Box36................................................................................................................................................................
The Host Group To Security Group Dialog Box36................................................................................................................................................................
The Ldev To Security Group Dialog Box37................................................................................................................................................................
The Ldev To Host Dialog Box38................................................................................................................................................................
The Ldev Group To Security Group Dialog Box40................................................................................................................................................................
The Error Detail Dialog Box41................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Volume Security Operations43................................................................................................................................................................
Launching Volume Security43................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Security Settings43................................................................................................................................................................
Locating Volumes In A Specified Security Group44................................................................................................................................................................
Locating Security Groups That Contain A Specified Host44................................................................................................................................................................
Locating Volumes In A Security Group That Contains A Specified Host44................................................................................................................................................................
Locating Ports Through Which Hosts Can Access Volumes45................................................................................................................................................................
Locating Security Groups That Contain A Specified Volume45................................................................................................................................................................
Locating Hosts In A Security Group That Contains A Specified Volume46................................................................................................................................................................
Locating Security Groups That Contain A Specified Host Group46................................................................................................................................................................
Locating Security Groups That Contain A Specified Ldev Group47................................................................................................................................................................
Limiting Host Access47................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Host Group47................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Hosts In A Host Group48................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Ports In A Host Group49................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Ldev Group50................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Volumes In An Ldev Group51................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Security Group For Use As An Access Group52................................................................................................................................................................
Registering A Host Group And An Ldev Group In A Security Group53................................................................................................................................................................
Prohibiting Host Access53................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Security Group For Use As A Pool Group55................................................................................................................................................................
Registering An Ldev Group In A Security Group56................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Volumes From Copy Operations57................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Volume Security58................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Security Groups59................................................................................................................................................................
Unregistering A Host Group59................................................................................................................................................................
Unregistering An Ldev Group59................................................................................................................................................................
Renaming Security Groups60................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Security Groups61................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Host Groups61................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Hosts To Be Attached To The Storage System61................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Hosts From Host Groups62................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Ports From Host Groups63................................................................................................................................................................
Renaming Host Groups64................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Host Groups65................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Ldev Groups65................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Volumes From Ldev Groups65................................................................................................................................................................
Renaming Ldev Groups66................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Ldev Groups67................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting69................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Volume Security69................................................................................................................................................................
Calling Hp Technical Support69................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources71................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation71................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions For Storage Capacity Values71................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support71................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service72................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites72................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback72................................................................................................................................................................
A Acronyms And Abbreviations73................................................................................................................................................................
Index75................................................................................................................................................................
HP STORAGEWORKS XP20000 Configuration Manual

HP STORAGEWORKS XP20000 Configuration Manual (30 pages)

StorageWorks XP Disk Array  
Brand: HP | Category: Storage | Size: 0.57 MB
Table of contents
Xp Disk Array Configuration Guide For Nonstop1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Configuring Nonstop For The Xp Disk Array7................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Requirements7................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Interface8................................................................................................................................................................
Device Emulation Types8................................................................................................................................................................
Failover8................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Configuration9................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Roadmap9................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Configuring The Disk Array9................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Host Mode And Host Group Mode For The Disk Array Ports10................................................................................................................................................................
Setting System Option Modes11................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Fibre Channel Ports11................................................................................................................................................................
System Option Modes11................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Address12................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric And Connection Parameter Settings12................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Configuring The Host13................................................................................................................................................................
Loading The Operating System And Software13................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Configuring The Fcsas13................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Zoning And Lun Security For Multiple Operating Systems13................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Topology Settings13................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Disk Array14................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Paths14................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Zoning And Lun Security Settings14................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Disk Array Device Recognition15................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Disk Devices15................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting17................................................................................................................................................................
Error Conditions17................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources19................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation19................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions For Storage Capacity Values19................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support20................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service20................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites20................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback20................................................................................................................................................................
A Path Worksheet21................................................................................................................................................................
Worksheet21................................................................................................................................................................
Path Worksheet21................................................................................................................................................................
B Disk Array Supported Emulations23................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Emulations23................................................................................................................................................................
Emulation Specifications23................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary25................................................................................................................................................................
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Hewlett-Packard StorageWorks Arrays Brochure  
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Hewlett-Packard StorageWorks Arrays Family Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Disk array system | Size: 4.56 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Arrays: Bridging The Gap3................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks All-in-one Storage Systems5................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Modular Smart Arrays6................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Enterprise Virtual Arrays9................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Xp Disk Arrays10................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks Arrays11................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Related Services: Hp Software12................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Related Services: Hp Technology Services13................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Services14................................................................................................................................................................
Factory Express14................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Technical Training14................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Financial Services14................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Server Family15................................................................................................................................................................
You Make Hp Storage Products Better15................................................................................................................................................................
For More Information15................................................................................................................................................................

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