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Huawei SAP HANA Appliance Single Node Installation Guide (KunLun 9008 and 9016) 10

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Configuring the OceanStor 2600 V3

Configuring the OceanStor 2600 V3

NOTE:

This section describes how to configure storage resources of the OceanStor 2600 V3. For details about how to install and initialize the OceanStor 2600 V3, see the product documentation.

  1. Open Internet Explorer, and enter https://ipaddress:8088/ in the address box to log in to the OceanStor 2600 V3 DeviceManager (the default user name and password are admin and Admin@storage respectively).

    In the URL, ipaddress indicates the IP address of the management network port of the storage system controller and must be changed as required. The default IP addresses are as follows:

    Active controller: 192.168.128.101

    Standby controller: 192.168.128.102

  2. Choose Huawei Storage > Provisioning > Create Disk Domain to view resource allocation (no resource is allocated before the operation).

  3. Create a disk domain.

    1. Click Create Disk Domain.

    1. Enter a disk domain name, select Manually select, and click Select.

    2. Select forty 1.2 TB SAS disks from the left pane and click .

    3. Click OK.

    4. Click OK.

    5. Click OK.

  4. Create storage pools.

    NOTE:

    You need to create the log, data, and shared storage pools. For easy identification, they are named as StoragePool_Log, StoragePool_Data, and StoragePool_Shared respectively. Related parameters are as follows:

    • Disk Domain: indicates the disk domain to which the storage pool belongs. In this example, only one disk domain is created, and all storage pools belong to the disk domain.
    • RAID Policy: indicates the policy to be used for RAID configuration. In this example, forty 1.2 TB hard disks are connected to a KunLun 9008, and LUNs of 1 TB, 24 TB, and 8 TB need to be created. According to calculation, only the RAID 5 13D+1P policy can meet such requirements. Therefore, RAID Policy is set to RAID 5 13D+1P.
    • Capacity: indicates the capacity of the storage pool. In this example, the capacity of the StoragePool_Log pool is 1.17 TB, slightly larger than 1 TB (size of the LUN_Log LUN to be created for StoragePool_Log).
    1. Click Create Storage Pool.

    1. Enter the storage pool name StoragePool_Log and set other parameters. Then click OK.

    2. Click Close.

    3. Click Create Storage Pool, enter the storage pool name StoragePool_Data, set other parameters, and click OK.

    4. Click Close.

    5. Click Create Storage Pool, enter the storage pool name StoragePool_shared, set other parameters, and click OK.

    6. Click Close.

  5. Create a LUN.

    NOTE:

    You need to create the log, data, and shared LUNs. For easy identification, name them LUN_Log, LUN_Data, and LUN_Shared respectively. Related parameters are as follows:

    • Capacity: Set the capacity of LUN_Log to 1 TB according to the preceding KunLun 9008 configuration table.
    • Owning Storage Pool: Enter the name of a storage pool to which a LUN belongs. In this example, each of the three LUNs belongs to an independent storage pool.
    1. Click Create LUN.

    1. Enter the LUN name LUN_Log and set other parameters.

    2. Click the Advanced tab, set LUN properties, and click OK.

    1. Click Create LUN, enter the LUN name LUN_Data, and set other parameters.

    2. Click the Advanced tab, set LUN properties, and click OK.

    3. Click Close.

    4. Click Create LUN, enter the LUN name LUN_Shared, and set other parameters.

    1. Click the Advanced tab, set LUN properties, and click OK.

    2. Click Close.

  6. Create a LUN group and add newly created LUNs to the LUN group.

    1. Click Create LUN Group.

    2. Enter the LUN group name, select the newly created LUNs, and click .

    3. Click OK.

    4. Click Close.

  7. Create a host.

    1. Click Create Host.

    2. Enter the host name, select an OS, and then click Next.

    3. Set Initiator Type to FC, select four FC initiators, and click .

    4. Click Next.

    5. Confirm information when prompted until the procedure ends.

  8. Enable ALUA.

    1. Click Host.

    2. Click the newly created host. Initiators of the host are displayed at the lower part of the page.

    3. Select an initiator, click Modify, select Enable ALUA, and click OK.

    4. Repeat the preceding steps to enable the ALUA for the other initiators in sequence.

  9. Create a host group and add the newly created host to the host group.

    1. Click Create Host Group.

    2. Enter the host group name, select the created host, and click .

    3. Click OK.

    4. Click Close.

  10. Create a mapping view.

    1. Click Create Mapping View.

    2. Enter a name for the mapping view and click ... next to the LUN Group text box.

    3. In the displayed dialog box, select the created LUN group and click OK.

    4. Click ... next to the LUN Group text box.

    5. In the displayed dialog box, select the created host group and click OK.

    6. Click OK.

    7. Select I have read the warning message carefully, and click OK.

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