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Command Reference 10

OceanStor 18500 V3 and 18800 V3 Mission Critical Storage System V300R003

"Based on the CLI, this document describes how to use various commands classified by functions and how to set the CLI and manage the storage system through these commands. The document that you browse online matches the latest C version of the product. Click Download to download documents of other C versions."
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Logging In to the CLI of the Storage System

Logging In to the CLI of the Storage System

After logging in to the storage system through the command line interface (CLI), you can query, set, manage, and maintain the storage system.

You can log in to the storage system by either of the following methods:
  • Through the remote login software

    • You can log in to the CLI by using the IPv4 address or IPv6 address.
    • After the maintenance terminal can correctly communicate with the SVP, you can log in to the storage system by using the remote login software (for example, PuTTY) that supports the SSH protocol.
      NOTE:

      For a maintenance terminal's access to the storage system using the management network port on the engine of the storage system, the SSH protocol also supports public key authentication besides user name + password authentication. If the super administrator enables public key authentication for a user and imports a public key for the user, the user must import the private key that matches the public key when logging in to the storage system. After the public and private keys are authenticated, the user can access the storage system. Note that you can log in to the CLI only through management network port 0 of the engine. To configure public key authentication, see Administrator Guide.

    • In the method, one controller allows a maximum of four CLI management windows to be opened concurrently.
  • Through the service processor (SVP)

    • From a local computer
    • From a remote desktop

Logging In to the Storage System Through the Remote Login Software

NOTE:
  • This document uses the PuTTY software as an example. You can download the PuTTY software from chiark website.

  • You are advised to use the latest version of PuTTY, otherwise you may fail to log in to the storage system.
  1. Run the PuTTY software. The PuTTY Configuration dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-1.
    Figure 1-1  The dialog box of PuTTY Configuration

  2. Select Session. Type the IP address of the SVP management network port in the Host Name (or IP address) text box in the Specify your connection by host name or IP address area. The IP address 192.168.6.96 is used as an example. Set Connection type to SSH.
  3. Click Open, and the interface is displayed, and the following output is displayed.
    login as:
  4. Enter the user name and password as prompted. You are required to change the password upon your initial login to ensure system security. If the login succeeds, the following information is displayed.
    login as: admin
    
    Authorized users only. All activity may be monitored and reported.
    Using keyboard-interactive authentication.
    password:
    
    WARNING: You have accessed the system operated by XXX.
    You are required to have a personal authorisation from the system administrator before you use this computer. Unauthorised access to or misuse of this system is prohibited.
    
    For security purposes, please change the initial password and log in to the system using the new password.
    Old password:*************
    New password:**************
    Reenter password:**************
    
      System Name     : XXXXX
      Health Status   : Normal
      Running Status  : Normal
      Total Capacity  : 6.240TB
      SN              : 210235G6TFZ0C7000045
      Location        :
      Product Model   : XXXXX
      Product Version : VXXXRXXXCXX
      Time            : 2015-04-09/16:38:22 +08:00
    admin:/>
    NOTE:
    • The default user name and password of super administrator are admin and Admin@storage respectively.
    • Product Model and Product Version vary with the actual device you have logged in to. The actual interface display prevails.
    • You are advised to change your login password periodically in the future by executing the change user_password command. This reduces the password leakage risks.

Logging In to the Storage System Through the SVP

  1. Log in to the SVP.
    • When logging in to the SVP from a local computer, input the user name and password by using the keyboard, video, and mouse (KVM) of system bay 0 to log in.
    • When logging in to the SVP from a remote desktop, perform the following operations:
      1. On a maintenance terminal, choose Start > All Programs > Attachment > Remote Desktop Connection.

        The Remote Desktop Connection dialog box is displayed.

      2. In the Computer text box, type the IP address of the SVP management network port that is connected to the maintenance terminal. Press Enter.
      3. Type the user name and password to log in to the SVP.
    NOTE:

    The initial user name and password of the SVP are administrator and Admin@storage.

  2. On the main page of the SVP, start PuTTY and click Session. In the Host Name (or IP Address) text box of the Specify your connection by host name or IP address area, enter 172.17.126.11 to log in to the CLI of the SVP, or enter 172.16.192.200~172.16.192.215 or 172.16.193.200~172.16.193.215 (IDs from 200 to 215 indicate controller 0 to controller 15.) to log in to the CLI of the disk array. Then set Protocol to SSH.
  3. Click Open, and the interface is displayed, and the following output is displayed.
    login as:
    
  4. Enter the user name and password as prompted. You are required to change the password upon your initial login to ensure system security. If the login succeeds, the following information is displayed.
    login as: admin
    
    Authorized users only. All activity may be monitored and reported.
    Using keyboard-interactive authentication.
    password:
    
    WARNING: You have accessed the system operated by XXX.
    You are required to have a personal authorisation from the system administrator before you use this computer. Unauthorised access to or misuse of this system is prohibited.
    
    For security purposes, please change the initial password and log in to the system using the new password.
    Old password:*************
    New password:**************
    Reenter password:**************
    
      System Name     : XXXXX
      Health Status   : Normal
      Running Status  : Normal
      Total Capacity  : 6.240TB
      SN              : 210235G6TFZ0C7000045
      Location        :
      Product Model   : XXXXX
      Product Version : VXXXRXXXCXX
      Time            : 2014-04-09/16:38:22 +08:00
    admin:/>
    NOTE:
    • The default user name and password of super administrator are admin and Admin@storage respectively.
    • Product Model and Product Version vary with the actual device you have logged in to. The actual interface display prevails.
    • You are advised to change your login password periodically in the future by executing the change user_password command. This reduces the password leakage risks.
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