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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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Managing OceanStor DJ System

Managing OceanStor DJ System

Pre-interconnection Operations

Before interconnecting the OceanStor DJ with eSight, you need to configure the unified authentication tool for the OceanStor DJ and eSight.

Prerequisites

  • You have obtained the floating IP address of the management plane of the OceanStor DJ.

    eSight does not support language change. Ensure that the language of eSight is the same as that of the OceanStor DJ.

  • You have obtained the keystore password of eSight.
  • You have copied the haproxy_manage_ca-cert.pem file in the /opt/huawei/dj/DJSecurity/server-ha-ca directory in the DJ installation environment.
  • The time on eSight is the same as that in the DJ system. You are advised to use the NTP server to unify the time of all components.
NOTE:

For details about how to change the time on eSight, see "Common Operations and Configuration > Configuring the Server Information > Changing the eSight Server Time" in the Maintenance Guide.

  • The SSL protocol has been enabled. For details about how the enable SSL, see JDK Parameter Setting Tool.
  • If the multi-subnet function is required, you need to enable it before the DJ is connected to eSight. For details about how to enable the multi-subnet function on eSight, see "Commissioning eSight > Configuring System Services > (Optional) Configuring Multi-subnet Management" in the Local High Availability System Software Installation Guide (SUSE Linux + Oracle + Veritas).

Procedure

  1. Perform operations on eSight.

    1. Stop eSight. For details, see "Common Operations and Configuration > Common eSight Operations > Starting and Stopping the eSight Server" in the eSight Maintenance Guide.
      NOTE:

      In an HA system, you need to stop both the active and standby servers.

    2. Log in to the active eSight server as the ossuser user.
    3. Run the following command to create the eSight installation directory/certificate directory, and copy the haproxy_manage_ca-cert.pem file to the directory:

      mkdir -p /opt/eSight installation directory/certificate/

    4. Run the following command to go to the target directory:

      cd /eSight installation directory/AppBase/tools/dj_sso

    5. Run the following command to import the OceanStor DJ certificate:

      sh sso.sh

      Enter the IP address of the OceanStor DJ (enter the floating IP address of the management plane when the OceanStore DJ is deployed in the three-node mode) and the keystore password (which is Changeme_123 by default). If the command is successfully executed, the following information is displayed:

    6. Run the following command to go to the target directory:

      cd /opt/eSight installation directory/AppBase/tools/dj_orign

    7. Run the following command to integrate eSight into the DJ system:

      sh crossOrign.sh

    8. Run the following command to go to the whitelist directory:

      cd /opt/eSight installation directory/AppBase/etc/iemp.framework/ip.white.list

      NOTE:

      When the OceanStor DJ is deployed in the three-node mode, you must perform 1.h and 1.i.

    9. In ip-white-list-openapi.properties, add the fixed IP addresses of the management planes on the three OceanStor DJ nodes according to the following example. (The floating IP address has been added to the whitelist using the script.)

      Example:

      10.158.69.23@jetty.openapi

      10.150.68.57@jetty.openapi

      10.150.68.37@jetty.openapi

    10. Start eSight. For details, see "Common Operations and Configuration > Common eSight Operations > Starting and Stopping the eSight Server" in the eSight Maintenance Guide.

  2. Perform operations on the OceanStor DJ.

    1. Log in to the OceanStor DJ administrator GUI as an administrator and choose System > Region Settings > Interconnect with eSight.
    2. Select Interconnect with eSight.
    3. Set the interconnection information.
      • IP Address or Domain Name: management IP address or domain name of eSight.
        NOTE:

        If southbound and northbound services are separated for eSight, the eSight IP address here refers to the northbound IP address.

      • IP Address: IPv4 or IPv6 address. An IPv4 address is in the format of X.X.X.X, where X ranges from 0 to 255. The first and fourth bytes cannot be 0. An example of an IPv6 address is 2001::1.
      • Domain Name: The value is string of 1 to 63 characters, including letters, digits, and hyphens (-). However, the domain name cannot start or end with a hyphen. The domain name at each level can contain a maximum of 63 characters. Domain names at various levels are separated by periods (.).
      • Port: port number of eSight.

        The port number must be an integer ranging from 1 to 65535. The default port number is 32102.

    4. Configure the eSight authentication information.
      • Username: User name for interconnecting eSight with the OceanStor DJ. This user name is used for authentication when the OceanStor DJ accesses eSight.

        The value is a string of 1 to 60 characters, including only letters, digits, underscores (_), and hyphens (-).

      • Password: Password for interconnecting eSight with the OceanStor DJ.

        The value is a string of 8 to 32 characters.

    5. Click OK.
    6. Register HAProxy with the OceanStor DJ.

      After the OceanStor DJ is interconnected with eSight, you need to register the HAProxy with the OceanStor DJ.

      The command for registering HAProxy with the OceanStor DJ is as follows:

      register_haproxy --type esight --ip eSight IP address --dc Data center name

      Example: register_haproxy --type esight --ip 192.168.12.12 --dc az1.dc1

    7. Log in to the OceanStor DJ administrator GUI, and choose System > Region Settings > Access eSight. The interconnection with eSight is successful if the page is redirected to the eSight GUI and the authentication and login is completed automatically.
    NOTE:

    A storage device connected to the OceanStor DJ can report alarms to eSight only after SNMP parameters are set for the device.

Adding OceanStor DJ

eSight allows you to add a set of OceanStor DJ to it.

Prerequisites

  • You have obtained the IP address, user name, and password of the OceanStor DJ.
  • The storage device management component has been installed.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the menu bar.

  2. Choose Add Resource > Add Resource.
  3. Choose Storage Subnet > OceanStor DJ.

    eSight allows you to add only one set of OceanStor DJ.

  4. Configure the following parameters to add the OceanStor DJ.

    Type

    Parameter

    Description

    Value

    Basic parameters

    IP Address

    Indicates the management IP address of OceanStor DJ.

    [Value range]

    • From left to right, the value of the first field ranges from 1 to 255.
    • The values of the other fields range from 0 to 255.

    [Example]

    10.10.10.70

    Name

    Indicates the name of OceanStor DJ.

    NOTE:
    • The name contains 1 to 128 characters.
    • The name contains only letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), periods (.), left brackets ((), right brackets ()), and spaces.

    [Example]

    OceanStor DJ

    REST protocol parameters

    User Name

    Indicates the user name to log in to the OceanStor DJ system.

    [Example]

    admin

    Password

    Indicates the password to log in to the OceanStor DJ system.

    [Example]

    password

    Port

    Indicates the port of OceanStor DJ.

    [Value range]

    The value ranges from 1 to 65535.

    [Example]

    35357

  5. Configure the following SNMPv3 parameters for reporting alarms.

    NOTE:

    You can log in to the OceanStor DJ system to query and modify SNMP parameters. For details, see OceanStor DJ Product Documentation.

    Parameter

    Description

    Value

    Port

    Indicates the destination port of OceanStor DJ.

    [Value range]

    The value ranges from 1 to 65535.

    [Example]

    20165

    Retry Times

    Indicates the times for resending an SNMP operation. If this number is exceeded, the SNMP operation will be abandoned.

    [Value range]

    The value ranges from 1 to 20.

    [Example]

    10

    Timeout Period

    Indicates the wait period after a protocol message is sent.

    [Value range]

    The value ranges from 1 to 60 seconds.

    [Example]

    10

    User Name

    Indicates the user name set in the SNMP v3.

    [Example]

    admin

    Environment Name

    Indicates the name of the environment engine.

    [Example]

    cd

    Environment Engine ID

    Indicates the unique identifier of an SNMP engine. This parameter is used together with Environment Name to determine an environment that uniquely identifies an SNMP entity.

    An SNMP message packet is processed only when the environments of the sender terminal and the recipient terminal are the same. Otherwise, the SNMP message packet will be discarded.

    [Example]

    -

    Authentication Protocol

    Indicates the protocol used for verifying messages. The parameter value can be HMAC_MD5, HMAC_SHA, or no protocol.

    NOTE:

    HMAC_MD5  involves security risks. Therefore, HMAC_SHA is recommended.

    [Example]

    None

    Authentication Password

    If Authentication Protocol is set to HMAC_SHA or HMAC_SHA, you need to set this parameter.

    NOTE:
    • The password contains 8 to 20 characters chosen from at least two of the following types of characters: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, digits, and special characters. The password cannot be the User Name or the reversal of the User Name.
    • The authentication password and data encryption password cannot be the same.

    [Example]

    -

    Data Encryption Protocol

    Indicates the encryption protocol used for encapsulating data. The parameter value can be DES, AES, or no encryption.

    • DES is an international universal encryption algorithm. The key length is 56 bytes.
    • AES is an advanced encryption standard. There are three types of key length: 128 bytes, 192 bytes, and 256 bytes. Different lengths provide different levels of security protection.
    NOTE:

    Considering that AES is securer than DES, AES is recommended.

    [Example]

    None

    Data Encryption Password

    If Data Encryption Protocol is set to DES or AES, you need to set a password for data encryption.

    NOTE:
    • The password contains 8 to 20 characters chosen from at least two of the following types of characters: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, digits, and special characters.
    • The authentication password and data encryption password cannot be the same.

    [Example]

    -

  6. Click OK.

    • If OceanStor DJ is added successfully, on the menu bar, choose Resource > Storage Subnet and choose Storage > OceanStor DJ. The new OceanStor DJ is displayed in the list.
    • If OceanStor DJ is added unsuccessfully, the Error prompt dialog box is displayed. Click OK. Configure the previous parameters again.

Follow-up Procedure

Access parameters and protocol parameters are required for the communication between eSight and OceanStor DJ. When an access parameter or protocol parameter of OceanStor DJ changes, modify that of eSight accordingly. For details, see Configuring Protocol Parameters and Alarm Reporting Parameters.

Managing OceanStor DJ

This operation allows you to manage the OceanStor DJ system, including viewing the basic information and alarms, as well as setting protocol parameters.

Procedure

  1. Enter the OceanStor DJ interface.

    1. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Storage Subnet.

    1. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > OceanStor DJ.

  1. View the basic information of OceanStor DJ in the function pane. The following table describes related parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Indicates the name of OceanStor DJ.

    Status

    Indicates the status of OceanStor DJ.

    IP Address

    Indicates the IP address of OceanStor DJ.

    Model

    Indicates the model of OceanStor DJ.

    Operation

    • If the OceanStor DJ configuration changes, click to refresh selected devices for the purpose of timely data update.
    • Click to delete selected devices.

  2. Manage the device information displayed in the function pane.

    • Add Device

      Click Add Device and add devices. The parameters are the same as those for adding a device. For details, see Adding OceanStor DJ.

    • Refreshing devices (batch operations supported)
      1. Select devices you want to refresh and click Refresh.
      2. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
    • Deleting devices
      1. Select devices you want to delete and click Delete.
      2. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
    • Modifying the password
      1. Select a device whose password you want to modify and click Modify Password.
      2. In the dialog box that is displayed, enter a new password and click OK.

Viewing the Overview Information

This operation allows you to manage the OceanStor DJ system, including viewing the basic information and alarms, as well as setting protocol parameters.

Procedure

  1. Enter the OceanStor DJ interface.

    1. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Storage Subnet.

    1. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > OceanStor DJ.

  1. In the function pane, click the OceanStor DJ name.
  2. Choose Details> Abstract.
  3. In the Basic Information area, view the basic information about OceanStor DJ. The following table describes related parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Indicates the name of OceanStor DJ.

    Status

    Indicates the status of OceanStor DJ, including Normal and Offline.

    IP Address

    Indicates the IP address of OceanStor DJ.

    Model

    Indicates the model of OceanStor DJ.

    Software Version

    Indicates the version of OceanStor DJ.

    Last Refresh Time

    Indicates the time when the OceanStor DJ information was last refreshed.

  4. In the Resource Statistics area, view the OceanStor DJ resource information.

    • Block Storage Service Level shows all service levels of block storage.
    • File Storage Service Level shows all service levels of file storage.
    • Block Storage Capacity shows used capacity and free capacity of block storage.
    • File Storage Capacity shows used capacity and free capacity of file storage.

  5. In the Last 10 Uncleared Alarms area, view the latest 10 uncleared alarms of a selected device.

Viewing Alarms

eSight allows you to query and manage OceanStor DJ alarms.

Procedure

  1. Enter the OceanStor DJ interface.

    1. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Storage Subnet.

    1. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > OceanStor DJ.

  1. In the function pane, click the OceanStor DJ name.
  2. In the navigation tree, choose Alarm > Current Alarms to view current alarms.

    1. Click to view alarm details.
    2. eSight allows you to clear current alarms individually or in batches. After being manually cleared, current alarms become historical alarms.
    3. eSight allows you to mask current alarms. After being masked, these alarms are no longer reported.
    4. eSight allows you to export current alarms.

  3. In the navigation tree, choose Alarm > Historical Alarms to view historical alarms.

    1. Click to view details about the historical alarms.
    2. eSight allows you to export current alarms.

  4. In the navigation tree, choose Alarm > Masked Alarms to view details about masked alarms.
  5. In the navigation tree, choose Alarm > Events to view details about related events.

Configuring Protocol Parameters and Alarm Reporting Parameters

Protocol parameters and alarm reporting parameters are required for the communication between eSight and OceanStor DJ. When a protocol parameter or alarm reporting parameter of OceanStor DJ changes, modify that of eSight accordingly.

Procedure

  1. Enter the OceanStor DJ interface.

    1. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Storage Subnet.

    1. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > OceanStor DJ.

  1. In the function pane, click the OceanStor DJ name.
  2. In the navigation tree, click Protocol Parameters or Event Notification and configure parameters according to Adding OceanStor DJ.
  3. After configuration is completed, click Test.
  4. After the test is completed, click Apply.

Storage Device Performance Report

The storage device performance report displays the performance data of all Huawei storage devices connected to DJ. This report can be exported.

Procedure

  1. Enter the OceanStor DJ interface.

    1. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Storage Subnet.

    1. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > OceanStor DJ.

  1. On the right pane, click OceanStor DJ.
  2. In the navigation tree, choose Report > Storage Device Performance Report.
  3. View the storage device performance report, which can display data at different statistical periods.

    • Top 5 Average I/O Response Time of Devices : displays data of the top 5 devices with the shortest average I/O response time.
    • Top 5 IOPS of Devices : displays data of the top 5 devices with the largest IOPS.
    NOTE:

    In this section, the statistical period is set to 1 day and the current time is set to 10:00 on April 5. After you select Same period of history, curves for the comparison between Current(10:00 on April 4 to 10:00 on April 5) and History (10:00 on April 3 to 10:00 on April 4) are displayed.

  4. The device performance table lists the performance data of all storage devices.

    NOTE:
    • After a storage device, LUN, or file system is renamed, the device data before and after renaming will be

      listed in two columns in the table. The Whether the Latest column is displayed as No and Yes before and after renaming.

    • After storage, a pool, a volume, or a file system is deleted, the data of deleted devices will be displayed in the table, and the Whether the Latest column is displayed as No.
    • When the historical data of a device contains data of no less than three days, eSight supports prediction of the device performance data after a period of time.

  5. Click the name of a device.

    • Response Time : Displays the response time of the storage device.
    • Read/Write IOPS : Displays the read/write IOPS data of the storage device.

  6. View performance data of LUNs and file systems of the current storage device in the following table.

    1. Click the LUN List tab. Click the name of a LUN.

      The average I/O response time, read/write bandwidth, and read/write IOPS data of the LUN are displayed.

    2. Click the File System List tab. Click the name of a file system.

      The average read/write I/O response time, read/write bandwidth, and read/write IOPS data of the file system are displayed.

Storage Device Capacity Report

The storage device capacity report displays the capacity data of all Huawei storage devices connected to DJ. This report can be exported.

Procedure

  1. Enter the OceanStor DJ interface.

    1. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Storage Subnet.

    1. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > OceanStor DJ.

  1. On the right pane, click OceanStor DJ.
  2. In the navigation tree, chooseReport > Storage Device Capacity Report.
  3. View the storage device capacity chart.

    • Top 10 Device Capacity Usage : displays the capacity information about devices ranking top 10 in capacity usage.
    • Top 10 Device Capacity Usage Next 90 days : displays the predicted capacity usage of devices ranking top 10 in capacity usage after 90 days.
    NOTE:

    To view capacity details, hover your mouse over the chart.

  4. View the capacity data of all Huawei storage devices and capacity forecast after 30 and 90 days in the list of storage devices.

    When the historical data of a device contains data of no less than three days, eSight supports prediction of the device performance data after a period of time.

    NOTE:
    • After a storage device, a pool, a volume, or a file system is renamed, the device data before and after the renaming will be listed in two columns in the table. The Whether the Latest column is displayed as No and Yes before and after renaming.
    • After a storage device, a pool, a volume, or a file system is deleted, the deleted device data will be displayed in the table, and the Whether the Latest column is displayed as No.
    1. Click the name of a specific storage device.
    2. View storage capacity reports of the specific device.
      • Capacity usage trend: displays the capacity usage trend chart of the device.
      • Top 10 Storage Pool Usage : displays the capacity usage of pools ranking top 10 on the storage device.
      • Top 10 Storage Pool Subscription Ratio : displays the subscription information about pools ranking top 10 on the storage device.
    3. Click the Storage Pool tab.

      The capacity data of all storage pools on the storage device and capacity forecast after 30 and 90 days are displayed.

    4. Click theVolumetab.

      The capacity data of all volumes on the storage device and capacity forecast after 30 and 90 days are displayed.

    5. Click the File System tab.

      The capacity data of all file systems on the storage device and capacity forecast after 30 and 90 days are displayed.

Storage Application Capacity Report

The DJ application capacity report shows the capacity data of applications created in the DJ system and can be exported.

Procedure

  1. Enter the OceanStor DJ interface.

    1. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Storage Subnet.

    1. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > OceanStor DJ.

  1. On the right pane, click OceanStor DJ.
  2. In the navigation tree, choose Report > Storage Application Capacity Report.

    NOTE:
    • To view capacity details, hover your mouse over the chart.
    • The report can be exported on the format of word 2007, excel 2007, and pdf. The statistic charts are exported as figures, and lists are exported as tables.

  3. View the chart of the storage application capacity.

    • Top 10 Application Capacity Usage: displays the capacity information about applications with the highest capacity utilization (Top 10).
    • Top 10 Application Capacity Usage in the Future 90 Days: displays the capacity information about applications with the highest capacity utilization in the future 90 days (Top 10).

  4. The application list displays capacity information about all applications and the capacity prediction in the future 30 and 90 days.

    The capacity usage in the future 30 days and 90 days can be predicted only when the capacity usage information has been collected for 30 days and 90 days, respectively.

    NOTE:
    • If the Whether the Latest column is displayed as Yes, the latest information about resources is displayed. If the Whether the Latest column is displayed as No, the information before resource changes is displayed.
    • After resources are renamed or the associated resources are changed, the resource information before and after the change will be displayed in two columns in the table. The Whether the Latest column before and after the change is displayed as No and yes, respectively.
    • After resources are deleted, information about the resources is displayed in the table and the Whether the Latestcolumn is displayed as No.
    1. Click an application name to view its capacity chart.
      • Capacity Use Trend: displays the historical capacity usage of the application, and predicts the capacity usage in the future. The capacity usage can be predicted only when capacity usage information has been collected for three days or a longer period. eSight can predict the capacity usage in the future 90 days at most.
      • Capacity Distribution of Service Levels: displays capacity information about service levels associated with the application.
      • Storage Device Capacity Distribution: displays capacity information about storage devices associated with the application.
      • Top 10 Hosts with the Largest Capacity Usage: displays capacity information about hosts with the largest capacity usages (Top 10).
    2. The host list displays capacity information of all hosts associated with the application and the capacity prediction in the future 30 and 90 days.
    3. Click a host name to view its capacity chart.
      • Capacity Use Trend: displays the historical capacity usage of the host. The capacity usage can be predicted only when capacity usage information has been collected for three days or a longer period. eSight can predict the capacity usage in the future 90 days at most.
      • Top 10 Host File System Capacity Usage: displays capacity information about file systems on a host with the highest capacity utilization (Top 10).
    4. Click the Disk List tab.

      The capacity information about all disks on the host is displayed.

    5. Click the File System List tab.

      The capacity information about all file systems on the host and capacity prediction are displayed.

    6. Click the Lun List tab.

      The capacity information about all volumes mapped to the host is displayed. The storage device on which volumes reside is connected to eSight.

Storage Application Performance Report

The DJ application capacity report shows the performance data of applications created in the DJ system and can be exported.

Procedure

  1. Enter the OceanStor DJ interface.

    1. On the menu bar, choose Resource > Storage Subnet.

    1. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > OceanStor DJ.

  1. On the right pane, click OceanStor DJ.
  2. In the navigation tree, choose Report > Storage Application Performance Report.
  3. View the application performance chart.

    • Top 5 Application Average I/O Latency: displays the data of applications with the shortest average I/O response times (Top 5).
    • Top 5 Application Throughput(IOPS): displays data of applications with the largest throughputs (IOPS) (Top 5).
    • Top 5 Application Bandwidth: displays data of applications with the highest bandwidths (Top 5).
    NOTE:
    • The report can be exported on the format of word 2007, excel 2007, and pdf. The statistic charts are exported as figures, and lists are exported as tables.
    • If the statistic period is set to one day, the chart displays the I/O response time (unit: minute). The average value, maximum value, and minimum value are not calculated. If the statistic period is set to one week, the average value and maximum value are calculated by hour. If the statistic period is longer than one week, the average value and maximum value are calculated by day.

  4. The following table shows the performance data of the application.

    NOTE:
    • If the Whether the Latest column is displayed as Yes, the latest information about resources is displayed. If the Whether the Latest column is displayed as No, the information before resource changes is displayed.
    • After resources are renamed or the associated resources are changed, the resource information before and after the change will be displayed in two columns in the table. The Whether the Latest column before and after the change is displayed as No and yes, respectively.
    • After resources are deleted, information about the resources is displayed in the table and the Whether the Latest column is displayed as No.

  5. Click an application name. The page for performance information about the application is displayed.
  6. The following performance chart shows performance information about the application.

    • Read/Write I/O latency: displays the average latency of read/write I/Os of the application.
    • Read/Write IOPS: displays the read/write IOPS of the application.
    NOTE:

    In this section, 1 day is used as the statistical period, and 10:00 on April 5 is used as the current time. After you select Same period of history, curves showing the bandwidths during Current(10:00 on April 4 to 10:00 on April 5) and History(10:00 on April 3 to 10:00 on April 4) are displayed. The solid curve represents for data in the current time period, while the dotted curve represents for data in the parallel time period.

    1. The host list displays performance data of all hosts associated with the application.
    2. Click a host name. The page for performance information about the host is displayed.
      • Host Read/Write I/O latency: displays the average latency of read/write I/Os of the host.
      • Host Read/Write IOPS: displays the read/write IOPS of the host.
    3. The disk list displays performance data of disks associated with the host.
    NOTE:

    Type indicates the disk type. Disks on the hosts and disks mapped to the storage devices that are not connected to eSight are displayed as local disks. Disks mapped to the storage devices that are connected to eSight are attached disks.

    1. Click a LUN name. The page for performance information about the LUN is displayed.
      • LUN Average I/O Latency: displays the average I/O response time of LUNs ranking top 5.
      • LUN Read/Write Bandwidth: displays the read/write bandwidth of the LUN.
      • LUN Read/Write Throughput(IOPS): displays the read/write IOPS of the LUN.

(Optional) Rolling Back SSO Configurations

After eSight is interconnected with the OceanStor DJ, you need to log in to eSight using the OceanStor DJ login page. To roll back the configurations so that users can log in to eSight on the eSight login page, perform the operations in this section.

Prerequisites

  • eSight has been interconnected with the OceanStor DJ.
  • You have obtained the floating IP address of the management plane of the OceanStor DJ.

Procedure

  1. Perform operations on eSight.

    1. Stop eSight.

      Log in to the VSC client, stop both the active and standby servers. More details, see Common Operations and Configuration in eSight product documentation.

    2. Log in to the active eSight server as the ossuser user and switch to the eSight installation directory/AppBase/tools/dj_sso directory.

      > cd eSight Installation directory/AppBase/tools/dj_sso

    3. Execute the SSO rollback script.

      > sh rollBackSSO.sh

    4. After the script execution is complete, start eSight.

      Log in to the VSC client, start both the active and standby servers. More details, see Common Operations and Configuration in eSight product documentation.

  2. Perform operations on the OceanStor DJ.

    1. Log in to the OceanStor DJ administrator GUI as an administrator and choose System > Region Settings > Interconnect with eSight.
    2. Deselect Interconnect with eSight. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

    3. Choose System > Region Settings > Certificate. In the list of certificates, select the eSight certificates, click Delete, delete all related eSight certificates.

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