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ES3000 V3 NVMe PCIe SSD User Guide 20

This document provides the product information about the Huawei ES3000 V3 PCIe SSD (ES3000 V3 for short) and describes how to install, configure, operate, and maintain the ES3000 V3.
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Installing the Tool Package (Linux)

Installing the Tool Package (Linux)

Operation Scenario

Install the tool package for managing the ES3000 V3.

The tool package naming rules are as follows:
  • For RHEL, CentOS, OEL, or SLES, the package name is hioadm-version number-release number.hardware architecture.rpm, for example, hioadm-
  • For Ubuntu or Debian, the package name is hioadm-version number-release number.hardware architecture.deb, for example, hioadm-


  • You have correctly installed the ES3000 V3 on the server.
  • You have downloaded the tool package and verified its integrity.
  • You have used WinSCP or other software to upload the tool package to a directory (for example, /home) on the server.


  1. Log in to the operating system (OS) as an administrator.
  2. Go to the directory that stores the tool package, for example, /home.
  3. Run the installation command based on the OS type.

    • For RHEL, CentOS, OEL, or SLES, run rpm -ivh tool package name.

      Example: rpm -ivh hioadm-

    • For Ubuntu or Debian, run dpkg -i tool package name.

      Example: dpkg -i hioadm-

  4. Run the following command to obtain help information about the tool:

    hioadm -h or hioadm --help

  5. Copy linux/tool/ to /opt/hio.
Updated: 2019-03-12

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