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OceanStor 2800 V3 V300R006

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2800 V3. It describes the positioning, features, typical applications, architecture, specifications, environmental requirements, standards compliance, and granted certifications of the OceanStor 2800 V3 storage system.
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Operation and Maintenance

Operation and Maintenance

The storage systems can be operated and maintained by using the command line interface (CLI) and the DeviceManager, adapting to different environments and user habits.

Introduction to the CLI

The CLI enables users to manage and maintain the 2800 V3 storage system using command lines.

Users need to log in to the CLI by using terminal software, such as PuTTY.

There are two ways to log in to the CLI.

  • Log in through a serial port of a storage system. To connect to a serial port, the maintenance terminal must be located next to the storage system. Therefore, this login mode is applicable to the scenario where a user does not know the management IP address of a storage system or a storage system is faulty.
  • Log in through a management network port of a storage system. When there are reachable routes, a user can log in to the CLI by entering the IP address of the management network port of a storage system in the terminal software. IP networks are easily accessible. Therefore, a user can log in to a storage system remotely, and this login mode is more popular.

Introduction to the DeviceManager

Figure 10-1 shows the DeviceManager main window.

Figure 10-1 DeviceManager main window

Table 10-1 describes the components of the DeviceManager main window.

Table 10-1 Components of the DeviceManager main window





Function pane

The function pane shows a page associated with the current operation.


Status bar

The status bar shows information such as the user name currently logged in and the login time.


Navigation bar

The navigation bar shows the function modules of a storage system. Users can click a function module to configure the corresponding functions.


Exit, help, and language selection area

The exit and help area shows exit button and help button.


Fault statistics area

The fault statistics area shows the number of each level of system faults, helping users determine the running status of a storage system.

Users can log in to the DeviceManager by using a common browser.

Updated: 2019-07-12

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