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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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Virtual Disk Management

Virtual Disk Management

Figure 5-96 shows the Virtual Disk Management screen. Table 5-34 describes the parameters on the screen.

Figure 5-96 Virtual Disk Management
Table 5-34 Parameter description

Parameter

Description

Manage Virtual Disk Properties

Views and modifies virtual drive properties and configures hot spare drives.

Select Virtual Disk Operations

Views or deletes the virtual drive.

Manage Virtual Disk Properties

Figure 5-97 shows the Manage Virtual Disk Properties screen. Table 5-35 describes the parameters on the screen.

Figure 5-97 Manage Virtual Disk Properties

Table 5-35 Parameter description

Parameter

Description

Select Virtual Disk

Selects a virtual drive.

Virtual Disk ID

Indicates the ID of the virtual drive.

RAID Level

Indicates the RAID level of the virtual drive.

Virtual Disk Status

Indicates the status of the virtual drive.

Virtual Disk Capacity

Indicates the capacity of the virtual drive.

Virtual Disk Policies

Indicates the read/write policy of the virtual drive.

View Associated Physical Disks

Views properties of associated physical drives.

Manage Global Hotspare Disks

Manages hot spare drives.

Viewing Member Drive Properties

  1. On the screen shown in Figure 5-97, select View Associated Physical Disks and press Enter.

    Figure 5-98 shows the View Associated Physical Disks screen. Table 5-36 describes the parameters on the screen.

    Figure 5-98 View Associated Physical Disks

    Table 5-36 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Selected Virtual Disk

    Indicates the selected virtual drive.

    Associated Physical Disks

    Indicates the member drive list.

  2. Use ↑ and ↓ to select a member drive and press Enter.

    The drive status changes to [X].

  3. Use ↑ and ↓ to select View Physical Disk Properties and press Enter.

    The physical drive property screen shown in Figure 5-99 is displayed.

    Figure 5-99 Physical drive properties (1)

  4. Use ↑ and ↓ to select View More Physical Disk Properties and press Enter.

    More physical drive properties are displayed, as shown in Figure 5-100. Table 5-37 describes the parameters on the screen.

    Figure 5-100 Physical drive properties (2)

    Table 5-37 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Select Physical Disk

    Selects a physical drive.

    Physical Disk ID

    Indicates the ID of the physical drive.

    State

    Indicates the status of the physical drive.

    Revision

    Indicates the version of the physical drive.

    Device Type

    Indicates the device type.

    SAS Address

    Indicates the SAS address of the physical drive.

    Disk Cache Setting

    Indicates the caching enablement status of the physical drive.

    Size

    Indicates the capacity of the physical drive.

    Disk Protocol

    Indicates the physical drive type.

    Serial Number of Disk

    Indicates the serial number of the physical drive.

    Hardware Vendor

    Indicates the vendor of the physical drive.

    Model Number

    Indicates the model number of the physical drive.

    Hard Disk Drive RPM

    Indicates the rotation speed of the physical drive.

    Neg. Disk Transfer Speed

    Indicates the transmission rate of the physical drive.

    View More Physical Disk Properties

    Indicates more properties of the physical drive.

    SMART Status

    Indicates the SMART detection result.

    Hotspare

    Specifies whether the physical drive is a hot spare drive.

    Associated Virtual Disk

    Indicates the virtual drive to which the physical drive belongs.

Configuring a Hot Spare Drive

  1. On the screen shown in Figure 5-97, select Manage Global Hotspare Disks and press Enter.

    Figure 5-101 shows the Manage Global Hotspare Disks screen. Table 5-38 describes the parameters on the screen.

    Figure 5-101 Manage Global Hotspare Disks

    Table 5-38 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Selected Virtual Disk

    Indicates the selected virtual drive.

    Compatible Bare Disks

    Indicates the list of physical drives that can be configured as hot spare drives.

    Global Hotspare Disks

    Indicates the list of existing hot spare drives.

    Assign Global Hotspare Disk

    Sets a drive as a global hot spare drive.

    Unassign Global Hotspare Disk

    Deletes the selected global hot spare drive.

  2. Use ↑ and ↓ to select a hard drive and press Enter.

    The drive status changes to [X].

  3. Use ↑ and ↓ to select Assign Global Hotspare Disk and press Enter.

    The message "Operation completed successfully" is displayed.

  4. Press Enter.

    The configuration is complete.

Deleting a Hot Spare Drive

  1. On the screen shown in Figure 5-101, use ↑ and ↓ to select a hot spare drive and press Enter.

    The drive status changes to [X].

  2. Use ↑ and ↓ to select Unassign Global Hotspare Disk and press Enter.

    The message "Operation completed successfully" is displayed.

  3. Press Enter.

    The configuration is complete.

Select Virtual Disk Operations

Figure 5-102 shows the Select Virtual Disk Operations screen. Table 5-39 describes the parameters on the screen.

Figure 5-102 Select Virtual Disk Operations

Table 5-39 Parameter description

Parameter

Description

Select Virtual Disk

Selects a virtual drive.

Start Locate / Blink

Turns on the UID indicator of a member drive of the virtual drive.

Stop Locate / Blink

Turns off the UID indicator of a member drive of the virtual drive.

Delete Virtual Disk

Deletes the virtual drive.

Operation in Progress

Specifies the ongoing operation.

Operation Pending

Specifies the operation waiting for execution.

Allowed Operations

Specifies the operations that can be performed.

Operation Progress (%)

Specifies the operation progress.

Is Operation in Progress

Specifies whether an operation is in process.

Start Operation

Starts to perform an operation.

Turning On the UID Indicator

  1. Use ↑ and ↓ to select Start Locate / Blink and press Enter.

Deleting the Virtual Drive

  1. Use ↑ and ↓ to select Delete Virtual Disk and press Enter.

    A confirmation screen is displayed.

  2. Use ↑ and ↓ to select Confirm and press Enter.

    The drive status changes to [X].

  3. Use ↑ and ↓ to select Yes and press Enter.

    The message "Operation completed successfully" is displayed.

  4. Press Enter.

    The configuration is complete.

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