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Administrator Guide

OceanStor 2800 V5 V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2800 V5. Routine maintenance activities are the most common activities for the storage device, including powering on or off the storage device, managing users, modifying basic parameters of the storage device, and managing hardware components. This document is intended for the system administrators who are responsible for carrying out routine maintenance activities, monitoring the storage device, and rectifying common device faults.
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Managing SMS Notification

Managing SMS Notification

The DeviceManager can send alarm information to specific mobile phones using SMS, allowing easy device monitoring.

Managing Recipient Mobile Phone Numbers (Applicable to V500R007C20 and Earlier Versions)

This operation enables you to update the recipient mobile phone numbers.

Prerequisites
  • You have logged in to DeviceManager as a super administrator or an administrator who has operation permission.
  • The email notification function has been enabled.
Procedure
  1. Log in to DeviceManager.
  2. Choose Settings > Alarm Settings > SM Notification.
  3. Manage recipient mobile phone numbers. Table 5-15 details the operations.

    Figure 5-4 Recipient Settings
    Table 5-15 Relevant operations

    Operation

    Procedure

    Adding a recipient mobile phone number

    1. Under the Recipient Settings list, click Add.
    2. The Add Recipient Information dialog box is displayed.
    3. Set Recipient Phone Number and Alarm Severity.
      NOTE:
      • The recipient mobile phone number contains 3 to 31 digits. If the mobile phone number is a foreign phone number, it must be in the format of Plus sign (+) + Country code + Recipient mobile phone number.
      • The alarm severities include Critical, Major, and Warning.
    4. Click OK.
    5. The Recipient Settings list displays the newly added recipient mobile phone number.

    Modifying a recipient mobile phone number

    1. In the Recipient Settings list, select a mobile phone number that you want to edit. Click Modify.
    2. The Modify Recipient Information dialog box is displayed.
    3. Set Recipient Phone Number and Alarm Severity.
      NOTE:
      • The recipient mobile phone number contains 3 to 31 digits. If the mobile phone number is a foreign phone number, it must be in the format of Plus sign (+) + Country code + Recipient mobile phone number.
      • The alarm severities include Critical, Major, and Warning.
    4. Click OK.
    5. The Recipient Settings list displays the modified recipient mobile phone number.

    Removing a recipient mobile phone number

    In the list, select a mobile phone number that you want to remove and click Remove.

  4. Click Save.

    The Execution Result dialog box is displayed.

  5. Click Close.

Managing Recipient Mobile Phone Numbers (Applicable to V500R007C30 and Later)

This operation enables you to update the recipient mobile phone numbers.

Prerequisites
  • You have logged in to DeviceManager as a super administrator or an administrator who has operation permission.
  • The SMS notification function has been enabled.
Procedure
  1. Log in to DeviceManager.
  2. Choose Settings > Alarm Settings > SM Notification.
  3. Manage recipient mobile phone numbers. Table 5-16 details the operations.

    Figure 5-5 Recipient Settings

    Table 5-16 Relevant operations

    Operation

    Procedure

    Adding a recipient mobile phone number

    1. Under the Recipient Settings list, click Add.

      The Add Recipient Information dialog box is displayed.

    2. Set Recipient Phone Number and Notification Type.
      NOTE:
      • The recipient mobile phone number contains 3 to 31 digits. If the mobile phone number is a foreign phone number, it must be in the format of Plus sign (+) + Country code + Recipient mobile phone number.
      • You can set Notification Type to Alarm and/or Event.
      • If you set Notification Type to Alarm, specify Alarm Severity. You can set Alarm Severity to Critical, Major, and/or Warning.
    3. Click OK.

      The Recipient Settings list displays the newly added recipient mobile phone number.

    4. If you set Notification Type to Event, enable or disable notification modes for some events by referring to Managing Event Notification (Applicable to V500R007C30 and Later). The system will send event information to recipient phone numbers for which Event Notification is Enable.

    Modifying a recipient mobile phone number

    1. In the Recipient Settings list, select a mobile phone number that you want to edit. Click Modify.

      The Modify Recipient Information dialog box is displayed.

    2. Modify Recipient Phone Number and Notification Type.
      NOTE:
      • The recipient mobile phone number contains 3 to 31 digits. If the mobile phone number is a foreign phone number, it must be in the format of Plus sign (+) + Country code + Recipient mobile phone number.
      • You can set Notification Type to Alarm and/or Event.
      • If you set Notification Type to Alarm, specify Alarm Severity. You can set Alarm Severity to Critical, Major, and/or Warning.
    3. Click OK.

      The Recipient Settings list displays the modified recipient mobile phone number.

    4. If you set Notification Type to Event, enable or disable notification modes for some events by referring to Managing Event Notification (Applicable to V500R007C30 and Later). The system will send event information to recipient phone numbers for which Event Notification is Enable.

    Removing a recipient mobile phone number

    In the list, select a mobile phone number that you want to remove and click Remove.

  4. Click Save.

    The Execution Result dialog box is displayed.

    Click Close.

Managing SMS Notification Types (Applicable to V500R007C30 and Later)

You can specify SMS notification types for recipients based on service requirements.

Prerequisites
  • You have logged in to DeviceManager as a super administrator or an administrator who has operation permission.
  • The SMS notification function has been enabled.
Procedure
  1. Log in to DeviceManager.
  2. Choose Settings > Alarm Settings > SM Notification.
  3. Select a desired recipient phone number and click Modify.

    The Modify Recipient Information dialog box is displayed.

  4. Specify Notification Type.

    NOTE:
    • You can set Notification Type to Alarm and/or Event.
    • If you set Notification Type to Alarm, specify Alarm Severity. You can set Alarm Severity to Critical, Major, and/or Warning.

  5. Click OK.
  6. Click Save.

    The Execution Result dialog box is displayed.

  7. Click Close.
Follow-up Procedure

If you set Notification Type to Event, enable or disable notification modes for some events by referring to Managing Event Notification (Applicable to V500R007C30 and Later). The system will send event information to recipient phone numbers for which Event Notification is Enable.

Configuring the GSM Modem

After setting the GSM modem, you can configure short message notification in management software. The storage system will send alarm information to a specified mobile phone. You can learn about storage system exceptions and solve them in a timely manner.

Prerequisites

You need to connect the storage device with a GSM modem and make sure you have installed GSM modem.

Context
  • If the GSM modem is not hot-swappable, do not insert or remove it when it is running.
  • If the storage system is enabled with short message notification, the serial port on the controller enclosure serves only the GSM.
  • For a storage system with eight or more controllers, GSM modems can only be configured for the first eight controllers.
  • For a 2 U controller enclosure, you are advised to connect the GSM modem to the serial port of controller A. If the serial port of controller A fails, connect the GSM modem to the serial port of controller B.
  • For a 3 U or 6 U controller enclosure, you are advised to connect the GSM modem to the serial port of the management modules 0. If the serial port of the management modules 0 fails, connect the GSM modem to the serial port of the management modules 1.

To demonstrate how to configure a GSM modem, the COM1 serial port (baud rate = 115200 bit/s) on the host and the DB9 serial port on the GSM modem (default baud rate = 9600 bit/s) are used as an example.

Procedure
  1. Insert a SIM card into the GSM modem.
  2. Connect GSM modem to the maintenance terminal serial port through a DB9 serial cable.
  3. Insert the power cable of the GSM modem into the power supply outlet, and then power on the GSM modem.

    If the red indicator blinks, the GSM modem is successfully installed.

  4. Run PuTTY. In the Category navigation tree, choose Session > Logging. The Basic options for your PuTTY session page for configuring the GSM modem is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-6.

    Figure 5-6 Page for Basic options for your PuTTY session

  5. Click Open.
  6. Run the at command on the COM1-PuTTY page, and OK appears in the output if the GSM modem has connected to the host through the serial port. If this is true, go to Step 9. If running that command responds with nothing, the GSM modem has been disconnected from the serial port. If this is true, go to Step 7.
  7. Re-log in to the page for configuring the GSM modem, as shown in Figure 5-7.

    Figure 5-7 Page for configuring the GSM modem

  8. Reset the baud rate of the GSM modem. Then run the at command on the COM1-PuTTY page, and check that the command output is OK.

    NOTE:
    • If the baud rate of the GSM modem is not confirmed, reconfigure it to ensure that the baud rate of the GSM modem and that of the serial port are consistent. In this condition, PuTTY can be used to configure the GSM modem.
    • The baud rate can be configured using the command at+ipr=115200.

  9. Configure other parameters, for example whether to reply automatically.
  10. Click OK to save and exit. To verify the configuration, the following shows the configuration success page.

     
    at 
    OK 
    at+ipr=115200 
    OK 
    ats0=1 
    OK 
    at&w 
    OK     

  11. Upon successful configuration, connect the GSM modem to the serial port of the storage system for use.

    NOTE:

    For details about configuring the GSM modem, see the corresponding manual supplied with the GSM modem.

Enabling or Disabling the SMS Notification Function (Applicable to V500R007C50 and Later)

You can enable or disable the SMS notification function as required.

Precautions
  • After the SMS notification function is disabled, an error is returned when the configuration or query command of the SMS notification is executed. In addition, the SM Notification page is blocked on DeviceManager.
  • Only the super administrator can enable or disable the SMS notification function on the CLI.
Procedure
  1. Log in to the CLI.
  2. Run the change notification sms_function enabled=yes/no command to enable or disable the SMS notification function.

    NOTE:

    After running the command, you need to refresh the SM Notification page on DeviceManager to view the execution result.

Example

The following is an example of disabling the SMS notification function.

admin:/>change notification sms_function enabled=no 
CAUTION: You are about to disable the SMS function.
After the SMS function is disabled, an error message will be returned when SMS configurations are queried, and the SMS configurations cannot be viewed on the management page.
Suggestion: Before performing this operation, ensure that you want to disable the SMS function.
Do you wish to continue?(y/n)y
Command executed successfully.
admin:/>
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