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FusionStorage V100R006C20 Block Storage Service Software Installation Guide 07

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Installing the Driver Used to Connect FusionStorage Block to the Native OpenStack System

Installing the Driver Used to Connect FusionStorage Block to the Native OpenStack System

Scenarios

If FusionStorage Block is used in the native OpenStack system, install the driver on the cinder-volume and nova-compute deployed nodes in the native OpenStack system after FusionStorage Agent (FSA) is successfully installed. This operation is used to guide software commissioning engineers to install the driver used to connect FusionStorage Block to the native OpenStack system.

Prerequisites

Conditions

You have obtained the management IP addresses of the cinder-volume and nova-compute deployed nodes in the native OpenStack system.

Data

Data preparation is not required for this operation.

Software

FusionStorage Block V100R006C20SPC200_For_OpenStack_Driver.zip

For enterprise users, log in to http://support.huawei.com/enterprise. For carrier users, log in to http://support.huawei.com. Enter FusionStorage in the search box, and click the path displayed below the search box to enter the product page. For enterprise users, click Software Download. For carrier users, click Software to search for and download the software of the correct version and their *.asc digital certificate files.

Procedure

    Upload the software package.

    1. Decompress the FusionStorage Block V100R006C20SPC200_For_OpenStack_Driver.zip package file.

      Four files, which are used for OpenStack Mitaka, OpenStack Newton and OpenStack Kilo, are obtained after decompression:

      • The following files are used for OpenStack Mitaka and OpenStack Newton:
        • fusionstorage-cinder-driver-V6.0-1.0.x86_64.rpm
        • fusionstorage-nova-volume-driver-V6.0-1.0.x86_64.rpm
      • The following files are used for OpenStack Kilo:
        • fusionstorage-cinder-driver-kilo-V6.0-1.0.x86_64.rpm
        • fusionstorage-nova-volume-driver-kilo-V6.0-1.0.x86_64.rpm

      The following operations use OpenStack Mitaka as an example. When connecting the system to OpenStack Kilo, use the packages for OpenStack Kilo.

    2. On FusionStorage Block Self-Maintenance Platform, choose Hardware > Software Packages.

      The Software Packages page is displayed.

    3. Click Upload.

      A dialog box is displayed.

    4. Click before the Upload button, select the fusionstorage-cinder-driver-V6.0-1.0.x86_64.rpm and fusionstorage-nova-volume-driver-V6.0-1.0.x86_64.rpm packages, and click Upload.

      After the upload completes, the newly uploaded packages will be displayed on the Software Packages page.

    Install the driver on the cinder-volume deployed nodes.

    1. Choose Hardware > Servers.

      The Servers page is displayed.

    2. Click Install FSA in the right pane.

      A dialog box is displayed.

    3. On the Select Software Package page, click Select.

      A dialog box is displayed.

    4. Select fusionstorage-cinder-driver-V6.0-1.0.x86_64.rpm.

      The preceding software package name is used for reference only.

    5. Click Add.

      The selected software packages are displayed on the Select Software Package page.

    6. Click Next.

      The Select Server page is displayed.

    7. Click Select.

      The Add Server page is displayed.

    8. Select the cinder-volume deployed nodes and click Add.

      All servers on which the FSA software is to be installed are listed on the Add Server page.

    9. Click Next.

      The Configure Login Parameters page is displayed.

    10. In the Configure Login Parameters area, set server parameters.

      Select the required authentication mode and set the following authentication parameters:

      • Password-based authentication
        • Server Login Username: Set this parameter to the username that can log in to the server using SSH. If you can log in to the server as user root, enter root.
        • Password: Set this parameter to the password of the login user.
        • Root password: Set this parameter to the password of user root.
      • Public key-based authentication

        If public key authentication is used to install the driver, obtain the private key file and its password of the target node before the installation.

        • Server Login Username: Set this parameter to the username that can log in to the server using SSH. If you can log in to the server as user root, enter root.
        • Private Key File Directory: Set this parameter to the /home/omm/.ssh/Name of the private key file directory that stores the private key file on both active and standby FSM nodes.
          NOTE:
          1. Use WinSCP to upload the private key file to the /home/dsware directory on both active and standby FSM nodes as user dsware.
          2. Use PuTTY to log in to both active and standby FSM nodes as user dsware, switch to user root, and run the following commands to copy the private key file, for example id_rsa, to the specified directory and modify the user group rights:
            • mkdir -p /home/omm/.ssh
            • cp /home/dsware/id_rsa /home/omm/.ssh
            • chown omm:omm /home/omm/.ssh
            • chown omm:omm /home/omm/.ssh/id_rsa
            • chmod 600 /home/omm/.ssh/id_rsa

          If the public and private keys are used to authenticate the login, perform the operations based on Using PuTTY to Log In to a Node in Key Pair Authentication Mode.

        • Private Key Password: Set a password for the private key file.
        • Root password: Set this parameter to the password of user root for the target node.

    11. Click Install.

      The installation starts.

    12. After the installation completes, close the Install FSA page to switch to the Servers page.

    Install the driver on the nova-compute deployed nodes.

    1. Click Install FSA in the right pane.

      A dialog box is displayed.

    2. On the Select Software Package page, click Select.

      A dialog box is displayed.

    3. Select fusionstorage-nova-volume-driver-V6.0-1.0.x86_64.rpm.

      The preceding software package name is used for reference only.

    4. Click Add.

      The selected software packages are displayed on the Select Software Package page.

    5. Click Next.

      The Select Server page is displayed.

    6. Click Select.

      The Add Server page is displayed.

    7. Select all the nova-compute deployed nodes and click Add.

      All servers on which the FSA software is to be installed are listed on the Add Server page.

    8. Click Next.

      The Configure Login Parameters page is displayed.

    9. In the Configure Login Parameters area, set server parameters.

      Select the required authentication mode and set the following authentication parameters:

      • Password-based authentication
        • Server Login Username: Set this parameter to the username that can log in to the server using SSH. If you can log in to the server as user root, enter root.
        • Password: Set this parameter to the password of the login user.
        • Root password: Set this parameter to the password of user root.
      • Public key-based authentication

        If public key authentication is used to install the driver, obtain the private key file and its password of the target node before the installation.

        • Server Login Username: Set this parameter to the username that can log in to the server using SSH. If you can log in to the server as user root, enter root.
        • Private Key File Directory: Set this parameter to the /home/omm/.ssh/Name of the private key file directory that stores the private key file on both active and standby FSM nodes.
          NOTE:
          1. Use WinSCP to upload the private key file to the /home/dsware directory on both active and standby FSM nodes as user dsware.
          2. Use PuTTY to log in to both active and standby FSM nodes as user dsware, switch to user root, and run the following commands to copy the private key file, for example id_rsa, to the specified directory and modify the user group rights:
            • mkdir -p /home/omm/.ssh
            • cp /home/dsware/id_rsa /home/omm/.ssh
            • chown omm:omm /home/omm/.ssh
            • chown omm:omm /home/omm/.ssh/id_rsa
            • chmod 600 /home/omm/.ssh/id_rsa

          If the public and private keys are used to authenticate the login, perform the operations based on Using PuTTY to Log In to a Node in Key Pair Authentication Mode.

        • Private Key Password: Set a password for the private key file.
        • Root password: Set this parameter to the password of user root for the target node.

    10. Click Install.

      The installation starts.

    11. After the installation completes, close the Install FSA page to switch to the Servers page.
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