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MM910 Management Module V100R001 User Guide 24

This document provides the product description, installation and configuration methods, and common operations of the E9000 server chassis management module MM910.
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Configuration Examples

Configuration Examples

This topic describes how to configure stateless computing in unified deployment. For the physical networking of this instance, see Scenario. The configuration procedure is the same for other physical networking. However, the specific configuration operations may vary depending on the NICs used. For details, see "Application Examples" in the user guide of the NIC you use.

Unified Deployment

Configure stateless computing in a unified deployment scenario.

Scenario

In this example:

  • CH121 V3 compute nodes are installed in slots 1, 2, and 3.
  • Performance is the first priority when the power plan is set for each compute node.
  • An MZ510 is installed in slot Mezz 1 of each compute node. Each compute node runs three types of services (including Ethernet and FCoE services).
  • A UUID is configured for each compute node.
  • New compute nodes automatically inherit the original configurations without manual intervention.
Configuration Plan

The configuration plan for the unified deployment is as follows:

  • Power policy: Performance
  • MZ510 working mode: NIC+FCoE
  • MZ510 configuration

    Enable UMC (multi-PF) for the MZ510, and configure the bandwidth and PVLAN for each PF. For details, see Table 4-17.

  • MAC address and UUID configuration

    For details, see Table 4-18.

Table 4-17 MZ510 configuration plan (example)

NIC Controller

Port

PF No.

Type

UMC (Multi-PF) Setting

Min. Bandwidth

Max. Bandwidth

PVLAN

Controller0

Port 0

0

NIC

Enable

20%

100%

2001

2

FCoE

Enable

50%

100%

NA

4

NIC

Enable

20%

30%

2002

6

NIC

Enable

10%

100%

2003

Port 1

1

NIC

Enable

30%

100%

2001

3

FCoE

Enable

50%

100%

NA

5

NIC

Enable

10%

30%

2002

7

NIC

Enable

10%

100%

2003

Table 4-18 MAC address and UUID configuration plan (example)

Parameter

Configuration Guidelines

Example Value

MAC Address Pool

Before configuration, query the existing MAC addresses to avoid conflicts.

  • Start address: 78:D7:52:CA:D4:88
  • Number of addresses: 64

UUID Resource Pool

Before configuration, query the existing UUIDs to avoid conflicts.

  • UUID prefix: 00112233-4455-6677-8899
  • Number of UUIDs: 16
Configuration Procedure
Scenarios

Configure stateless computing in a unified deployment scenario.

NOTE:

The configuration varies depending on the scenario. For details, see Stateless Computing Management.

Prerequisites

Conditions

You have logged in to the HMM WebUI. For details, see Logging In to the MM910 WebUI.

Data

See the Configuration Plan.

Workflow

Procedure
  1. Configure a MAC address pool.

    1. Choose Stateless Computing > Stateless Computing Management > MAC Address Pool, and click Add.

      The Add dialog box is displayed.

    2. Enter the MAC address pool name, start address, and number of addresses, and click OK. Figure 4-21 shows an example.
      Figure 4-21 Adding a MAC address pool

  2. Configure a UUID resource pool.

    1. Choose Stateless Computing > Stateless Computing Management > UUID Resource, and click Add.

      The Add dialog box is displayed.

    2. Enter the UUID resource pool name, UUID prefix, and number of UUIDs, and click OK.
      Figure 4-22 Adding a UUID resource pool

  3. Create a profile.

    1. Choose Stateless Computing > Stateless Computing Management > Profile, and click Add.

      The Add dialog box is displayed.

    2. Enter the profile name, select Common, and click OK. Figure 4-23 shows an example.
      Figure 4-23 Creating a profile

  4. Configure the profile.

    1. Locate the row containing the profile created in 3.b, and click.
      NOTE:

      The server BIOS and NIC BIOS configuration takes effect after the profile is delivered successfully. The settings in the stateless computing profile take precedence over the settings on the BIOS.

      1. Configure the server BIOS settings.
        In the Server BIOS Configuration area, select Performance for Power policy under Advance Processor and retain the default settings for other parameters, as shown in Figure 4-24.
        NOTE:
        • The Boot type parameter is available only from MM910 (U54) 5.85.
        • If the MM910 version is earlier than (U54) 5.85, set the boot type on the BIOS. For details, see the BIOS Parameter Reference of the compute node you use.
        Figure 4-24 Server BIOS configuration
      2. Configure the NIC settings.
        1. In the NIC Connection area, click next to MAC Address Pool.

          The Select MAC Address Pool page is displayed.

          Select the MAC address pool created in 1, and click OK, as shown in Figure 4-25.
          Figure 4-25 Binding a MAC address pool
        2. Set Slot Status to for MEZZ1, select MZ510 from the NIC Type drop-down list, and set Multi-Channel Status to .
          Figure 4-26 NIC configuration
        3. Click in the Operation column.

          The MEZZ1 page is displayed.

          Configure port 0.

          Select the Port 0 tab and set Global PF type to FCoE, as shown in Figure 4-27 and Figure 4-28.

          Figure 4-27 MEZZ1 configuration (PF 0)
          Figure 4-28 MEZZ1 configuration (PF 2)
        4. Set PFs. For details about the PF parameters, see Configuration Plan.
          • PF type must be set to NIC for PF 0, PF 4, and PF 6. The setting is the same. The following uses the settings on the PF 0 tab as an example. Enable Auto MAC address assignment, and set Min bandwidth (%) to 20%, Max bandwidth (%) to 100%, and PF Vlan ID to 2001, as shown in Figure 4-27.
          • Set PF type to FCoE for PF 2. Enable Auto MAC address assignment, and set Min bandwidth (%) to 50% and Max bandwidth (%) to 100%. Enable SAN Boot Enable, and set Destination WWPN to the WWPN of the destination device (disk array for example) port and Destination LUN ID to the boot LUN ID, as shown in Figure 4-28. When the SAN starts, the destination WWPN and LUN ID with higher priority will be used preferentially.
        5. Select the Port 1 tab, and set Global PF type to FCoE. Set PF 1, PF 3, PF 5 and PF 7 in the same way as that in 4.a.ii.4. Then, click OK.
      3. Perform uniqueness configuration. In the Uniqueness Configuration area, click . The Configure UUID page is displayed.
        Select a UUID resource pool, and click OK. Figure 4-29 shows an example.
        Figure 4-29 Uniqueness configuration
    2. Click Save.

  5. Apply the profile.

    1. In the row containing the profile, click None in the Associated Slots column.

      The Select Associated Slots page is displayed.

    2. Select the slots to which the profile will be delivered, and click OK.
    3. Click to apply the profile.

      When the status becomes Delivered, the profile has been applied to the compute nodes successfully.

Configuration Migration

Scenario
  • CH121 V3 compute nodes are installed slots 1 and 2.
  • Migrate services from slot 1 to slot 2.
NOTE:

During the migration, the compute nodes in the source and destination slots will restart.

Procedure
  1. Log in to the WebUI of the active MM910.

    For details, see Logging In to the MM910 WebUI.

  2. Choose Stateless Computing > Stateless Computing Management > Profile.
  3. Click Migrate.

    The Migrate dialog box is displayed.

  4. Select source and destination slots, as shown in Figure 4-30.

    Figure 4-30 Migrating a profile

  5. Click OK.
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