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Basic Storage Service Configuration Guide for Block

OceanStor V5 Series V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 5110 V5, 5300 V5, 5500 V5, 5600 V5, 5800 V5, 6800 V5, 5300F V5, 5500F V5, 5600F V5, 5800F V5, 6800F V5, 18500 V5, 18800 V5, 18500F V5, and 18800F V5. It describes the basic storage services and explains how to configure and manage them.
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Hyper-V

Hyper-V

This section describes how to configure storage resources for Hyper-V.

Prerequisites

The system has sufficient storage space.

Procedure

  1. Log in to DeviceManager.
  2. Choose Provisioning > Application > Hyper-V.
  3. Click Create.

    The Create Hyper-V Storage Resource Wizard is displayed.

  4. Set basic information about the Hyper-V instance to be created.

    Table 5-11 describes related parameters.

    Table 5-11 Parameters in the basic information about a Hyper-V instance

    Parameter

    Description

    Value

    Name

    Name of a Hyper-V instance.

    The name:

    • Must be unique.
    • Can contain only letters, digits, underscores (_), periods (.), and hyphens (-).
    • Must contain 1 to 22 characters.

    [Example]

    HyperV_App_001

    Description

    Description of a Hyper-V instance. Description can be left blank or contain up to 255 characters.

    [Example]

    -

  5. Click Next and select a virtualization type.

    Table 5-12 describes related parameters.

    Table 5-12 Parameters of a Hyper-V application

    Parameter

    Description

    Value

    Virtual desktop

    Allows enterprise-level applications to dynamically access desktop systems remotely and implements central hosting of data centers.

    [Example]

    Virtual desktop

    Virtual server

    The virtualization server technology logically divides services of a physical server into multiple service units. Each service unit is externally demonstrated as a virtual server. In this way, the server hardware is fully utilized. This technology reduces required manpower and material resources and simplifies work for small- and mid-size enterprises and enterprises that construct websites for the first time.

    [Example]

    Virtual server

  6. Click Next and set related parameters based on the selected virtualization type.

    • If Virtual desktop is selected, set virtual desktop parameters. Table 5-13 describes the related parameters.

      Table 5-13 Virtual desktop parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Value

      Virtual Desktop Level

      Level of the virtual desktop constructed by Hyper-V. The value of this parameter affects the values of Space per Desktop (GB), Memory per Desktop (GB), and Load per Desktop (IOPS).

      [Value range]

      The value can be Small, Medium, Large and Extra-Large.

      [Example]

      Small

      Space per Desktop (GB)

      Maximum storage space allocated by Hyper-V to each virtual desktop. The value of this parameter is subject to Virtual Desktop Level and is user-definable.

      [Example]

      80

      Memory per Desktop (GB)

      Maximum memory capacity allocated by Hyper-V to each virtual desktop. The value of this parameter is subject to Virtual Desktop Level and is user-definable.

      [Example]

      2

      Load per Desktop (IOPS)

      Maximum IOPS of each virtual desktop. The value of this parameter is subject to Virtual Desktop Level and is user-definable.

      [Example]

      8

      Desktop Quantity

      Number of virtual desktops constructed by Hyper-V.

      [Example]

      10

    • If Virtual server is selected, set virtual server parameters. Table 5-14 describes the related parameters.

      Table 5-14 Virtual server parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Value

      Database server

      Type of a Hyper-V virtual server.

      [Example]

      -

      Mailbox server

      Type of a Hyper-V virtual server.

      [Example]

      -

      Application server

      Type of a Hyper-V virtual server.

      [Example]

      -

      Quantity

      Number of virtual servers constructed by Hyper-V.

      [Example]

      2

      Virtual Server Level

      Level of the virtual server constructed by Hyper-V. The value of this parameter affects the values of Average Load (IOPS) and Average Capacity (GB).

      [Value range]

      The value can be Extra-Small, Small, Medium, Large and Extra-Large.

      [Example]

      Medium

      Average Load (IOPS)

      IOPS of a virtual server. The value of this parameter is subject to Virtual Server Level and is user-definable.

      [Example]

      25

      Average Capacity (GB)

      Storage capacity allocated to virtual servers. The value of this parameter is subject to Virtual Server Level and is user-definable.

      [Example]

      25

  7. Click Next and set storage resource parameters for Hyper-V.

    The system will allocate optimal storage resources based on preset Hyper-V parameters.

    Table 5-15 describes storage resource parameters.

    Table 5-15 Hyper-V storage resource parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Value

    LUN Capacity

    LUN storage space allocated to store system data or service data.

    [Example]

    640.000 GB

    LUN Quantity

    Number of allocated LUNs.

    [Example]

    1

    Storage Pool Policy

    The system sets storage pool allocation policies based on preset Hyper-V application parameters. The value can be High performance, Performance/Cost balance, Low cost, or Manual selection. The four values are described as follows:

    • High performance: The system automatically selects a RAID 6 storage pool containing SAS disks only. If such a storage pool does not exist in the system, create one.
    • Performance/Cost balance: The system automatically selects a RAID 6 storage pool containing SAS and NL-SAS disks only. If such a storage pool does not exist in the system, create one.
    • Low cost: The system automatically selects a RAID 6 storage pool containing NL-SAS disks only. If such a storage pool does not exist in the system, create one.
    • Manual selection: Users define storage pools that meet the Hyper-V service requirements.

    [Example]

    Manual selection

    Selected Storage Pool

    Storage pool automatically allocated by the system to a Hyper-V instance.

    [Example]

    StoragePool001

  8. Optional: If the desired storage pool type does not exist or is unavailable, click and modify Storage Pool Policy in the dialog box that is displayed, or click Create Storage Pool to create one.

    Table 5-15 describes related parameters.

  9. Optional: Select a host to which you want to map the instance.

    NOTE:
    • If a mapped host is selected, the system automatically creates a LUN group, a host group, and a mapping view, and adds the LUN group and host group to the mapping view.
    • If no mapped host is selected, the system automatically creates a LUN group only. You need to manually create a host group and a mapping view for a mapped host and add the host to the mapping view. After being added to the mapping view, the host can access storage resources.

      The LUN group must contain all LUNs in the application instance.

    1. Click Next.

      The Select Mapping Hosts page is displayed.

    2. In the Available Hosts list, select the host that is used to access storage resources.
    3. Click to add the host to Selected Hosts.

  10. Confirm your settings.

    1. Click Next.

    2. Verify that the information about the Hyper-V instance to be created is correct and click Finish.

      The Execution Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation succeeded.

    3. Click Close.

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