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OceanStor 9000 V300R006C00 File System Feature Guide 12

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Configuration Operations

Configuration Operations

This section describes how to configure InfoEqualizer for the resource pool storage solution.

Prerequisites

  • The storage system network has been established and the network communication is normal.
  • Basic service configuration such as initial system configuration has been completed.
  • Networking and configuration have been planned. In this example, see Table 2-21 and Table 2-22.

Context

Figure 2-28 shows the process to configure InfoEqualizer.
Figure 2-28  Configuration process

Procedure

  1. Configure basic information about InfoEqualizer.
    1. Choose Settings > Cluster Settings > InfoEqualizer > Basic Information.
    2. Select Enable. Set Dynamic Domain Name and Static Domain Name to example.com and instance.com as planned, and click Save.

      NOTE:
      After this function is enabled, an alarm may be generated indicating that idle dynamic IP addresses are insufficient. If you need to configure dynamic IP addresses, alarms will be automatically cleared after dynamic IP addresses are configured. If you do not need to configure dynamic IP addresses (for example, only the CIFS protocol is used), you can ignore the alarm or log in to DeviceManager, choose Alarms > Current Alarms, select the alarm, and click Clear.

  2. Create a subnet.
    1. Choose Settings > Cluster Settings > InfoEqualizer > Subnet Management.
    2. Click Create. In the Create Subnet dialog box that is displayed, select IPv6 Address and enter planned information to create subnet1, as shown in Figure 2-29.

      Figure 2-29  Creating subnet1

    3. Repeat 2.b. Select IPv4 Address. Create subnet 2 based on planned information, as shown in Figure 2-30.

      Figure 2-30  Creating subnet2

  3. Configure the subnet dynamic IP address.
    1. Select a subnet for which you want to configure a dynamic IP address. Under IP Address Pool, click Add. In the Add IP Address dialog box that is displayed, enter the planned information, as shown in Figure 2-31.

      Figure 2-31  Configuring a dynamic IP address for subnet1
      NOTE:
      Dynamic and static front-end IP addresses on one node must be in the same network segment.

    2. Repeat 3.a to configure a dynamic IP address for subnet2, as shown in Figure 2-32.

      Figure 2-32  Configuring a dynamic IP address for subnet2

  4. Create a zone. The OceanStor 9000 has a default root zone. Administrators can create more zones based on service requirements. The subnet configuration in zone parameters can make sure that the zone belongs to a specific subnet.
    1. Choose Settings > Cluster Settings > InfoEqualizer > Zone Management.
    2. Click Create. In the Create Zone dialog box that is displayed, enter the planned information to create a zone1.
    3. Repeat 4.b to create zone2.
  5. Migrate nodes.
    1. In the zone list, select the newly created zone and click Add. In the Add Node dialog box that is displayed, migrate two nodes from the default root zone to zone1, as shown in Figure 2-33.

      Figure 2-33  Migrating nodes

    2. Repeat 5.a to migrate the other two nodes from the default root zone to zone2.
  6. Change the static service IP address. In a subnet scenario, this step is needed. Otherwise, there is no need to change the static service IP address.
    1. In the zone list, select a newly created zone and a node in the zone, and then click Properties. In the Node Properties dialog box that is displayed, change the static front-end IP address to the planned one. If there are multiple IP addresses, use commas (,) to separate them, as shown in Figure 2-34.

      Figure 2-34  Changing the static service IP address

    2. Repeat 6.a to change the static front-end IP address for each node.
  7. Optional: Configure a forwarder for the DNS server.

    Notify the maintenance engineer responsible for the external DNS server of configuring Dynamic Domain Name, Static Domain Name, and InfoEqualizer DNS IP Address that are specified in 1.b. For details, see Connecting to the External DNS Server.

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