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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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Storage Resource Allocation Introduction

Storage Resource Allocation Introduction

This section describes the functions and application scenarios of storage resource allocation.


The storage resource allocation function allows users to create storage pools, LUNs, and host mappings for different types of storage devices in batches and supports resource reclamation, achieving unified storage resource allocation and management.


The following functions can be implemented:

  • Create storage pools, LUNs, and mappings on multiple storage devices in batches.
    Figure 10-25 Creating a resource allocation task
  • Customize configurations and execute customized configuration scripts on storage devices.
    Figure 10-26 Customizing configurations
  • Reclaim resources. For LUNs that have been mapped to hosts, remove the mapping and delete the LUNs. For LUNs that have not been mapped to any hosts, directly delete the LUNs.
    Figure 10-27 Creating a resource reclamation task
  • Save configuration tasks as common configurations for subsequent use.

Application Restrictions

  • Only eSight that is equipped with the storage device management component can use the storage resource allocation function.
  • Currently, storage resource allocation does not support the DST function.



Updated: 2019-09-12

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