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Huawei V2 and V3 Server RAID Controller Card User Guide 36

This document describes the appearances and features of the redundant array of independent disks (RAID) controller cards, how to configure properties for the RAID controller cards, and how to install drivers. The RAID controller cards include the LSI SAS2208, LSI SAS2308, LSI SAS3008, LSI SAS3108, LSI SoftRAID, PM8060, and PM8068.
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Managing the Security Key

Managing the Security Key

Enabling the Encryption Function

  1. Choose Main Menu > Controller Management > Advanced Controller Management.

    The Advanced Controller Management screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-121.
    Figure 8-121 Advanced Controller Management

  2. Select Enable Drive Security and press Enter.

    The Enable Drive Security screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-122.

    Figure 8-122 Enable Drive Security

  3. Press the Enter key to set Local Key Management (LKM) to [X].

    [X] indicates that this option is enabled.

  4. Select OK and press Enter.

    The password setup screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-123.

    Figure 8-123 Setting the password

  5. In Security Key Identifier, enter the password name, for example, key1.
  6. In Security Key, enter the password.
  7. In Confirm, enter the password again for confirmation.

    The passwords entered in 6 and 7 must be the same.

  8. Press the Enter key to set Pause for Password at Boot Time to [ ].

    [ ] indicates that this option is disabled.

  9. Select I Recorded the Security Settings for Future Reference and press Enter.
  10. Select Enable Drive Security and press Enter.

    A confirm dialog box is displayed.

  11. Select Confirm and press Enter.
  12. Select Yes and press Enter.

    Information is displayed indicating that the operation is successful.

  13. Select OK and press Enter.

Disabling the Encryption Function

  1. Choose Main Menu > Controller Management > Advanced Controller Management.

    The Advanced Controller Management screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-124. Table 8-39 describes the parameters.
    Figure 8-124 Advanced Controller Management
    Table 8-39 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Clear Controller Events

    Clear the controller event logs.

    Save Controller Events

    Save the event logs of the controller.

    Save TTY Log

    Save the operation logs of the terminal.

    Enable Drive Security

    Enable the encryption key.

    Disable Drive Security

    Disable the encryption key.

    Change Security Key

    Change the encryption key.

    Manage Link Speed

    Manage the port rate.

    Manage SSD Caching

    Manage SSD Caching.

    Manage MegaRAID Advanced Software Options

    Manage the advanced software options.

    Schedule Consistency Check

    Set consistency check parameters.

    Set Factory Defaults

    Restore the default settings.

  2. Select Disable Drive Security and press Enter.

    Information shown in Figure 8-125 is displayed.

    Figure 8-125 Confirm

  3. Select Confirm and press Enter.
  4. Select Yes and press Enter.

    Information is displayed indicating that the operation is successful.

  5. Select OK and press Enter.

Changing the Password

  1. Choose Main Menu > Controller Management > Advanced Controller Management.

    The Advanced Controller Management screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-126.
    Figure 8-126 Advanced Controller Management

  2. Select Change Security Key and press Enter.

    The Change Security Key screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-127.

    Figure 8-127 Change Security Key (1)

  3. Press the Enter key to select Change Current Security Settings.

    [X] indicates that this option is selected.

  4. Select OK and press Enter.

    The screen shown in Figure 8-128 is displayed. Table 8-40 describes the parameters.

    Figure 8-128 Change Security Key (2)
    Table 8-40 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Enter a New Security Key Identifier

    Name the encryption key.

    Use the Existing Security Key Identifier

    Use the existing encryption key name.

    Enter Existing Security Key

    Enter the encryption key password.

    Suggest Security Key

    Use the encryption key password created by the system.

    Enter a New Security Key

    Enter a new encryption key password.

    Confirm

    Enter the password again for confirmation.

    Pause for Password at Boot Time

    If this option is selected, a password is required when the RAID card starts.

    Enforce Strong Password Security

    Enforce security of the password.

    If this option is selected, the passwords are case-sensitive and must meet the following requirements:

    • Contain 8 to 32 characters
    • Contain at least one digit, uppercase letter, lowercase letter, and one special character (such as <> @ +)
    • Cannot contain spaces

    Password

    Set the RAID card start password.

    Confirm

    Enter the password again for confirmation.

    I Recorded the Security Settings for Future Reference

    Confirm the content changed.

    Change Security Key

    Confirm the password change.

  5. Press the Enter key to deselect Use the Existing Security Key Identifier.

    [ ] indicates that this option is deselected.

  6. Select Enter a New Security Key Identifier and press Enter.

    The input box is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-129.

    Figure 8-129 Input box

  7. Enter the name of the new password, for example, key2, as shown in Figure 8-129, and press Enter.
  8. Select Enter Existing Security Key and press Enter. In the dialog box displayed, enter the current password and press Enter.
  9. Select Enter a New Security Key and press Enter. In the dialog box displayed, enter the new password and press Enter.
  10. Select Confirm and press Enter. In the dialog box displayed, enter the new password again and press Enter.

    The passwords entered in 9 and 10 must be the same.

  11. Press the Enter key to set Pause for Password at Boot Time to [X].

    [X] indicates that this option is enabled.

  12. Select Password and press Enter. In the dialog box displayed, enter the new RAID card password, and press Enter.
  13. Select Confirm and press Enter. In the dialog box displayed, enter the new RAID card password again, and press Enter.

    The passwords entered in 12 and 13 must be the same.

  14. Press the Enter key to set I Recorded the Security Settings for Future Reference to [X].
  15. Select Change Security Key and press Enter.

    A confirm dialog box is displayed.

  16. Select Confirm and press Enter.
  17. Select Yes and press Enter.

    Information is displayed indicating that the operation is successful.

  18. Select OK and press Enter.

Encrypting a JBOD Disk

  1. Choose Main Menu > Configuration Management.

    The Configuration Management screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-130.
    Figure 8-130 Configuration Management

  2. Select Enable Security On JBOD and press Enter.

    The screen shown in Figure 8-131 is displayed.

    Figure 8-131 Enable Security On JBOD

  3. Press the Enter key to select the JBOD disk to be encrypted.
  4. Select OK and press Enter.

    A confirm dialog box is displayed.

  5. Select Confirm and press Enter.
  6. Select Yes and press Enter.

    Information is displayed indicating that the operation is successful.

  7. Select OK and press Enter.

Encrypting a RAID Array

  1. Choose Main Menu > Virtual Drive Management.

    The Virtual Drive Management screen is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-132.
    Figure 8-132 Virtual Drive Management

  2. Select the RAID array to be encrypted, and press Enter.
  3. Set Operation to Secure Virtual Drive, as shown in Figure 8-133.

    Figure 8-133 Encrypting the RAID array

  4. Select Go and press Enter.

    A confirm dialog box is displayed.

  5. Select Confirm and press Enter.
  6. Select Yes and press Enter.

    Information is displayed indicating that the operation is successful.

  7. Select OK and press Enter.

Viewing the Settings

  1. On the Virtual Drive Management screen, select the RAID array and press Enter.
  2. Choose Advanced and press Enter.

    Detained RAID array information is displayed.

    If Secured is Yes, as shown in Figure 8-134, the RAID array is encrypted.
    Figure 8-134 Viewing the settings

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