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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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Collecting Information Using SmartKit

Collecting Information Using SmartKit

You can use SmartKit to collect system data, archive information, and host information.

Exporting System Data

After installing the SmartKit information collection tool on a storage system, you can use the tool to customize information collection policies and collect information about the storage system in real time.

Prerequisites

The SmartKit information collection tool has been installed on the maintenance terminal.

Context

After starting SmartKit, you can obtain tool use instructions by clicking in the upper right corner of the user interface.

Procedure
  1. Start SmartKit.

    The SmartKit page is displayed.

  2. Add a device.

    1. Click Devices and then Add.

      The Add device step 2-1: Basic Information dialog box is displayed.

    2. Enter basic information, including the IP address and proxy. In the Add Policy and Select Proxy areas, select Specify IP Address (add a device by the IP address) and No Proxy, respectively.
    3. Enter configurations, including the user name, password, and port of the device. Click Next. In the Login Information area, enter Username, Password, and Port of the device to be added. The default value of Port is 22.
    4. Click Finish.

      The newly added device is displayed in the device list.

  3. Collect information.

    1. On the main page, choose Troubleshooting > Storage Information Collection > Information Collection.

      The Information Collection dialog box is displayed.

    2. In the device list, select the device whose information you want to collect and click Setting.

      The Set Device Information Collection dialog box is displayed.

    3. On the Base Setup tab page, set items to be collected for the device and click OK.

      The device information collection setting is complete.

      NOTE:
      • The storage system can collect information such as system logs, alarm logs, operation data, disks, and electronic labels.
      • SmartKit can collect device information by node. On the Advanced Settings tab page, select the node whose information you want to collect and click . The selected node is displayed in the list on the right.
    4. In the Information Collection dialog box, click Collect.

      Information about the selected node starts to be collected. The information collection status is displayed at the bottom of the page.

  4. Check the information collection result.

    Click Open Directory to check collected device information.

Collecting Device Archive Information

After installing the SmartKit archive information collection tool on a storage system, you can use the tool to collect the configuration and deployment information about the storage system and generate archives.

Prerequisites

SmartKit has been installed on the maintenance terminal and an archive information collection tool has been loaded.

Procedure
  1. Start SmartKit.
  2. Choose Troubleshooting > More > Device Archive Collection.

    The device archive information collection page is displayed.

  3. For details about archive information collection operations, click in the upper-right corner to obtain help.

Collecting Host Information

When a host information collection tool is installed on a storage system, the tool can be used for one-click information collection of hosts and database systems.

Prerequisites
  • SmartKit has been installed on the maintenance terminal and a host information collection tool has been loaded.
  • To add devices, the super administrator account is required for connections.
Context

To use the information collection tool, you have two methods with the same function: directly using the tool or importing the tool to SmartKit. The following uses the latter method as an example to describe how to use the information collection tool.

  • When the information collection tool is imported to SmartKit for utilization, installing JRE is not required.
  • When directly using the information collection tool, install JRE first.

    For details about how to download JRE, see MigrationDirector InfoGrab Tool Operation Guide.

Procedure
  1. Start SmartKit.
  2. Choose Troubleshooting > More > Host Information Collection.

    The host information collection page is displayed.

  3. For details about host information collection operations, click Help in the upper-right corner to obtain help.

Analyzing Log Files Using SmartKit

When SmartKit is installed on a storage system and a log analysis tool is loaded, you can use the log analysis tool to analyze system logs exported from DeviceManager and results from an information collection tool, and have solutions to problems.

Prerequisites
  • SmartKit has been installed on a maintenance terminal and a log analysis tool has been loaded.
  • System log files have been exported from DeviceManager and related information files have been collected using the SmartKit information collection tool.
Procedure
  1. Start SmartKit.
  2. Choose Troubleshooting > More > Log Analysis.

    The log analysis tool page is displayed.

  3. For details about log analysis operations, click in the upper-right corner to obtain help.
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Updated: 2019-07-11

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