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eSight V300R010C00 Operation Guide 07

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Managing Storage Devices

Managing Storage Devices

This chapter describes how to manage summary, storage resources, mappings, free space, and current alarms of Huawei storage.

Managing All Storage Devices

This section describes how to manage all storage devices, including viewing storage device information and querying and refreshing new storage devices.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

    1. Choose Resource > Storage Subnet from the menu bar.

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, query information about a storage device.

    • Select a subnet to be queried in the Subnet area and click Search to query information about storage devices on the subnet.
    • Enter the name of a storage device to be queried in the Name text box and click Search to query information about the storage device.
    • Enter the IP address to be queried in the IP address text box and click Search to query information about the storage device corresponding to the IP address.
    • Enter a model to be queried in the Model area and click Search to query information about storage devices of the model.
    • Enter a manufacturer to be queried in the Manufacturer area and click Search to query information about storage devices of the manufacturer.
    NOTE:

    You can manage devices in the list as follows:

    • Deleting devices
      1. Select devices to be deleted and click Delete.
      2. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
    • Changing the password
      1. Select the device whose password needs to be changed, and click Modify Password.
      2. In the dialog box that is displayed, enter a new password and click OK.
    • Refreshing devices
      1. Select devices to be refreshed and click Refresh. Devices can be refreshed in batches.
      2. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
    • Exporting devices
      For details about how to set scheduled export of storage information, see How to Set Scheduled Export of Storage Information.
      1. Select devices to be exported and click Export. If the number of resources (hard disks, LUNs, and storage pool equivalent NEs) of a device exceeds 2000, you are advised to select few devices to export or export devices by subnet or campus. For details, see Supported Devices.
      2. The following types of devices support export: OceanStor T series, V3 series, V5 series, OceanStor 18000 series, OceanStor Dorado series, OceanStor S2600, and OceanStor S5000. For details, see Support Device Access Protocol and Methods of Adding the Devices.
    • Sending Syslog notification

      The configuration of Syslog notification enables the system to receive alarms generated by other systems.

      The following devices support the Syslog notification function: OceanStor V3 series and OceanStor V5R7 series of V3R6C00 and later versions. For details, see Support Device Access Protocol and Methods of Adding the Devices.

    • Setting performance monitoring

      Select devices and click Set Performance Monitoring. On the page that is displayed, set performance monitoring parameters. The following devices support the performance monitoring: OceanStor V3 series, OceanStor V5R7 series, and OceanStor Dorado V3 series of V3R3C20 and later versions. For details, see Support Device Access Protocol and Methods of Adding the Devices.

  3. In the Storage Device area of the function pane, view information about storage devices. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of the storage device. The icon before the name indicates the status of the current storage device.
    • : indicates that the device and service are normal.
    • : indicates that the connection between the device and eSight is abnormal.
    • : indicates that the device cannot provide service.
    • : indicates that the user name or password for eSight to communicate with the device is incorrect or the device is locked. In this case, eSight does not monitor the device anymore.
    • : indicates other status.
      NOTE:

      The Degraded status of a OceanStor 9000 device indicates that the device can provide services but the service reliability may decrease. The device may enter this state when some nodes or disks are faulty (within the allowed scope of data protection).

    Model

    Model of the storage device.

    Manufacturer

    Manufacturer of the storage device.

    IP Address

    IP address of the storage device management port.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of all hard disks or total capacity of nodes and cabinets.

    Storage Pool Capacity

    Total storage pool capacity of the storage device.

    System Usable Capacity

    Enterprise storage consists of the available disk capacity, available capacity of the disk domain, and available capacity of the storage pool. Other storage capacity equals the total capacity minus used capacity.

    Throughput (IO/s)

    Displays the storage device performance data in the last 24 hours in charts, including the throughput, average I/O latency, and bandwidth.

    NOTE:
    • Enterprise storage: All the three indicators can be displayed.
    • Distributed storage: The bandwidth indicator can be displayed.
    • Third-party storage: Currently, the three indicators cannot be displayed.

    Response Time (ms)

    Bandwidth (MB/s)

    Operations

    • Click to go to the corresponding device management page.
      NOTE:
      • To ensure that this function works properly, ensure that the Java plug-in of the required version has been installed.
      • For OceanStor 9000E, CSS, or CSE devices, you need to configure IP addresses for device management. For details, see Configuring Huawei Storage Device Management URL.

      This function allows some devices to log in to the device management system without entering the user name and password. The names and versions of applicable devices are as follows:

      • OceanStor T series V200R002C00 or later
      • OceanStor 18500/OceanStor 18800/OceanStor 18800F V100R001C00 or later
      • OceanStor V3 series V300R003C00 or later
      • OceanStor V5 V500R007C00
      • Dorado V3 V300R001C00/V300R001C21
      • OceanStor 9000 V300R006C00
      • UDS V300R003C00
      NOTE:
      • If SSO fails, upgrade the system to the latest version or contact Huawei technical support.
      • When you log in to the OceanStor 9000 from V100R001C30 or V300R005C00, you do not need to enter the user name and password. You need to set login parameters first. For details, see Configuring Huawei Storage Login Parameters for Device Management.
      Integrated Storage Manager (ISM) V100R006 applies to the following environments:
      • Microsoft Windows XP Professional Edition SP3 x86; JRE version: 1.6.0_20 to 1.7.0_45; Internet Explorer 8
      • Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x86 Edition; JRE version: 1.6.0_20 to 1.7.0_45; Internet Explorer 8 and Internet Explorer 9
      • Microsoft Windows 8.1 Enterprise x86; JRE version: 1.7.0_51; Internet Explorer 11 (compatible mode)
      • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise x64 Edition SP2; JRE version: 1.6.0_20 to 1.7.0_45; Internet Explorer 8
      • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 x64; JRE version: 1.7.0_45; Internet Explorer 10
      • Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise x64 Edition; JRE version: 1.6.0_20 to 1.7.0_45; Internet Explorer 8 and Internet Explorer 9
    • Click to go to the topology view of the device.
    • If the storage device configuration changes, you can click to refresh the selected device.
    • Click to delete selected devices.

Viewing the Huawei Storage Overview Information

By viewing the Overview of a disk array, you can understand its basic information, capacity, port operating status, and disk statistics.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the Basic Information area, view basic information of the selected storage system, Iincluding the name, IP address, model, capacity of the device.

    NOTE:
    • Click Device Management to go to the device management page.
    • Click System Report to go to the system report page.Only the OceanStor 18000-series and OceanStor 9000-series devices support this function.
    • Click Modify to modify the device name and description in the Modify dialog box.

  4. In the status area, view the disk status and port operating status of the selected Huawei storage system. The following table describes the parameters.

    NOTE:

    Click different areas of the status distribution diagram. On the page that is displayed, view detailed disk information.

  5. In the Capacity Overview area, view the capacity information about the current device.

    NOTE:
    • Total Subscribed Capacity: total capacity subscribed for creating LUNs and file systems.
    • Subscribed Ratio: ratio of the total subscribed capacity to the total storage pool capacity of the storage system.

    For devices with Dorado V300R001C10 and later versions, the deduplication ratio, compression ratio, and data reduction ratio can be displayed.

    • Deduplication ratio: ratio of the capacity before deduplication to the capacity after deduplication (The storage capacity does not include the capacity occupied by metadata.)
    • Compression ratio: ratio of the data volume before compression to the data volume after compression (The storage capacity does not include the capacity occupied by metadata.)
    • Data reduction ratio: ratio of the capacity before data reduction to the capacity after data reduction.

  6. In the Last 10 Uncleared Alarms area, view the last 10 uncleared alarms of the device.

Viewing FusionStorage Block NFV Device Information

By viewing the overview information, you can learn about the basic information, capacity overview, port running status, and hard disk health status of the selected Huawei storage.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. Click a device in the information display area on the right.
  3. On the page that is displayed, perform operations described in Table 10-3 to manage FusionStorage Block NFV devices.

    Table 10-3 Task

    Navigation Path

    Description

    Overview

    1. In the Basic Information area, view the basic information about the selected Huawei storage device, including the device name, IP address, model, and capacity.
    NOTE:

    You can click Device Management to go to the device management page.

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

    Resource > Storage Pool

    Query the device storage pool information.

    Resource > Server

    Query the device server information.

    Resource > Volume

    Query the device volume information.

    Resource > Snapshot

    Query the device snapshot information.

    Resource > License

    Query the device license information.

Viewing the Huawei Storage Health Status Information

According to the device alarm information, important performance index of load fluctuation and business operation, the health degree make a health comprehensive evaluation of the device. This operation allows you to understand the device alarm information, load fluctuation and business operation stability of selected Huawei storage devices.

Context
  • You can view health status of T series V100R002, T series V100R005, T series V200R001, T series V200R002C00, T series V200R002C10, T series V2R2C20, OceanStor V3 V3R1, OceanStor V3 V3R2, OceanStor V3 V3R3C00, OceanStor V3 V3R6 series, OceanStor V5 V5R7 series, OceanStor 18000 V1R1C99, OceanStor 18000 V1R1C10, OceanStor 18000 V1R1C20, OceanStor 18000 V1R1C20, OceanStor 18000 V3R3C00, Dorado 5100 V100R001, Dorado 5000 V3R1C01, Dorado 5000 V3R1C21, Dorado 6000 V3R1C00, Dorado 6000 V3R1C21.
  • By default, health assessment is not enabled. Determine whether to enable health assessment based on the following suggestions. If you want to enable health assessment, follow instructions in "healthCheck.xml" in eSight Configuration Files.
    • CPU: 4-core and 2 GHz or higher; Memory: 8 GB. You are advised not to enable health assessment. If health assessment is enabled, CPU usage becomes high.
    • CPU: 8-core and 2 GHz or higher; Memory: 16 GB. You are advised to add one high-end storage system, four mid-range storage systems, or 16 entry-level storage systems.
    • CPU: 16-core and 2 GHz or higher; Memory: 48 GB. You are advised to add two high-end storage systems, eight mid-range storage systems, or 32 entry-level storage systems.
Table 10-4 Storage device levels

Storage Device Level

Equivalent Network Element

Number of LUNs + Number of File Systems

Number of Storage Pools

Number of Controllers

Number of Front-End Ports

Number of Disks

Number of Hosts

Number of Host Groups

Entry-level

10

100

10

2

16

24

10

10

Mid-range

40

400

40

4

64

96

40

40

High-end

160

1600

160

8

192

384

160

160

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  1. In the function pane, click the name of the device whose information you want to query.
  2. In the navigation tree, click Healthy.
  3. In the function pane, view the health score and health score trend chart.

    NOTE:

    When the health score of a device is low, perform as follows:

    • Check device alarms. If alarms are found, clear the alarms.
    • Check the device workload. If the workload is high, ensure that device hardware meets service requirements.
    • Check device abnormality statistics. Ensure that the abnormalities are not caused by normal services.

    The health score varies depending on the number of objects measured. You can manage health memory based on application scenarios and health assessment accuracy requirements. Health Memory Management Policy provides details about how to manage health memory.

  1. Click Threshold Settings in the top right corner, the Threshold Settings dialog is displayed, the following table describes related parameters:

    Parameter

    Description

    Heath

    If the score is higher than the preset upper limit, the system is healthy. If the score is lower than the preset lower limit, the system has critical health problems. If the score is between the higher limit and the lower limit, the system has major health problems.

    Workload

    Statistics on abnormal workloads of specific objects within one hour based on the preset workload threshold.

    Anomaly

    Statistics on anomalies of specific objects within one hour based on the preset anomaly threshold.

    Upper limit

    Upper limit of the health score, for example, 70.

    Lower limit

    Lower limit of the health score, for example, 30.

    Workload

    Workload threshold, for example, 40.

    Anomaly

    Exception statistics threshold, for example, 40.

  2. In Last 1 Hour Workload and Abnormalities, view the enterprise storage objects with high workload and abnormalities, workload in the last one hour, and abnormalities in the last one hour. The following table describes related parameters.

    • Workload: The statistics display the workload of key performance indicators.
    • Abnormality: An abnormality occurs when the fluctuation range of newly collected data is not within the dynamic fluctuation range estimated according to the collected performance data.
      Table 10-5 Workload parameters

      Object

      Parameter

      Description

      Controller

      Name

      Name of a controller.

      Location

      Location of a controller in an enclosure.

      Version

      Software version of the current controller.

      Load

      Load of the current controller.

      Disk

      Location

      Disk location in an enclosure.

      Physical type

      Physical type of a disk.

      Manufacturer

      Manufacturer of a disk.

      Load

      Load of a disk.

      Port

      Identifier

      ID of a port.

      Owning interface module ID

      ID of the interface module where a port resides.

      Owning controller

      Controller where a port resides.

      Port type

      Type of a port.

      Load

      Load of a port.

      Table 10-6 Abnormality parameters

      Object

      Parameter

      Description

      Controller

      Name

      Name of a controller.

      Location

      Location of a controller in an enclosure.

      Version

      Software version of the current controller.

      Anomaly

      Number of anomalies on a controller.

      Disk

      Location

      Disk location in an enclosure.

      Physical type

      Physical type of a disk.

      Manufacturer

      Manufacturer of a disk.

      Anomaly

      Number of abnormal disks.

      Port

      Identifier

      ID of a port.

      Owning interface module ID

      ID of the interface module where a port resides.

      Owning controller

      Controller where a port resides.

      Port type

      Type of a port.

      Anomaly

      Number of abnormal ports.

      Resource pool

      Name

      Name of a storage pool.

      Type

      Type of a storage pool.

      RAID level

      RAID group level

      Anomaly

      Number of anomalies in a storage pool.

      LUN

      Name

      Name of a LUN.

      Type

      Type of a LUN.

      Owning storage pool

      Storage pool to which a LUN belongs.

      Anomaly

      Number of abnormal LUNs.

  3. In Workload, view the workload information about the selected Huawei storage component. The following table describes related parameters.

    Object

    Load

    Controller

    CPU usage

    Front-end port

    Bandwidth usage

    Disk

    Disk usage

    Storage pool

    • IOPS
    • I/O latency
    • Bandwidth

    LUN

    • IOPS
    • I/O latency
    • Bandwidth

  4. In Anomalies, view anomalies of the selected Huawei storage objects. The following table describes related parameters.

    NOTE:

    If anomaly statistics accumulate for seven or more days, the anomaly chart is displayed.

    Parameter

    Description

    Object

    Name of the object that has anomalies.

    Current Value

    Current value of the indicator in the latest eight hours.

    Maximum Value

    Maximum value of the indicator in the latest eight hours.

    Minimum Value

    Minimum value of the indicator in the latest eight hours.

  5. In Faults, view alarms of the selected Huawei storage device. The current alarms and alarm trend chart are displayed.

Viewing Resource Information About the Block Cluster and FusionStorage Block

This operation allows you to know information about the storage pools and servers of the selected Block Clustre/FusionStorage Block.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the desired device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, click Resource.
  4. Click Storage Pools to view information about storage pools.
  5. Click of any storage pool. A page is displayed, showing information about all the servers, main memories, and caches of the storage pool.

    You can click the links of the information about servers, main memories, and caches. The page that is displayed will show details.

  6. Click Services to view information about servers.
  7. Click of any server.

    A page is displayed, showing the names and status of all the processes running on the server and information about disks on the server.

Viewing Information About a Huawei Storage VM

This operation allows you to know the basic information and information about file systems, block devices, and ports of a VM.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the name of the storage device on which VMs exist.

    NOTE:

    Only OceanStor 5800 V3, 5600 V3, 5500 V3, 5300 V3, and 2800 V3 of the V300R005C00 support the VM function.

  3. In the navigation tree, click VMs.
  4. Click the VM Containers tab.

    The basic information about all VM containers is displayed.

  5. Click a VM container.

    The basic information about all VM is displayed.

  6. Click the VMs tab in the upper area.
  7. Click the Block Devices and Port to see the information.

Viewing the Huawei Storage SAN Service Free Space

By viewing free space of a storage device, you can learn about the space usage of the storage device.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Free Space.
  4. Click the Storage Device tab and view space usage of the selected storage device. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Device Name

    Name of the storage device.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the storage device.

    Capacity of Mapped LUNs

    Capacity of mapped LUNs.

    Capacity of Private LUNs

    Capacity of private LUNs.

    NOTE:

    If a LUN is used to expand storage capacity, its Type becomes Private. A private LUN cannot be mapped to a host or host group.

    Capacity of Unmapped LUNs

    Capacity of unmapped LUNs.

    Used Hot Spare Capacity

    Used capacity of the hot spare capacity.

    Free Hot Spare Capacity

    Free capacity of the hot spare capacity.

    Free Capacity of Storage Pools

    Free capacity of storage pools.

    Free Capacity of Block Storage Pools

    Free capacity of block storage pools.

    Free Space of a Hard Disk Area

    Free space of a hard disk area.

    Free Disk Capacity

    Capacity of free disks.

    Hot Spare Disk Capacity

    Capacity of hot spare disks.

  5. On the Disk tab page, view disk space usage. The following table describes the parameters.

    Table 10-7 Disk capacity summary

    Parameter

    Description

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of disks.

    Free Disk Capacity

    Capacity of free disks.

    Member Disk Capacity

    Capacity of member disks.

    Hot Spare Disk Capacity

    Capacity of hot spare disks.

    Table 10-8 Disk details

    Parameter

    Description

    Location

    Location of a disk in an enclosure.

    Capacity

    Total capacity of a disk.

    Physical Type

    Physical type of a disk.

    Logical Type

    Logical type of a disk.

    SN

    SN of a disk.

  6. In the function pane, choose Disk Domain to view disk space usage. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of disks.

    ID

    ID of disks.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of disks.

    Allocated Capacity

    Allocated capacity of disks.

    Free Capacity

    Free capacity of disks.

    Hot Spare Capacity

    Hot spare capacity of disks.

    Used Hot Spare Capacity

    Used hot spare capacity of disks.

  7. On the Block Storage Pools or Storage Pools tab page, select a block storage pool or a storage pool to view its space usage. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of the block storage pool or the storage pool.

    ID

    ID of the block storage pool or the storage pool.

    RAID Level

    RAID level of the block storage pool.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Block Storage Pools.

    Type

    Types of the block storage pool:

    • RAID group
    • Thin Pool
    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Block Storage Pools.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the block storage pool or the storage pool.

    Preset Capacity

    Preset capacity of a thin pool.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Block Storage Pools.

    Capacity of Mapped LUNs

    Capacity of mapped LUNs in the block storage pool or the storage pool.

    Capacity of Private LUNs

    Capacity of private LUNs in the block storage pool.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Block Storage Pools.

    If a LUN is used to extend storage capacity, its Type becomes Private. A private LUN cannot be mapped to a host or host group.

    Capacity of Unmapped LUNs

    Capacity of unmapped LUNs in the block storage pool or the storage pool.

    Used Hot Spare Capacity

    Used capacity of the hot spare capacity.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Storage Pools.

    Free Hot Spare Capacity

    Free capacity of the hot spare capacity.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Storage Pools.

    Reserved capacity

    Reserved capacity of the Storage Pool.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Storage Pools.

    Used Storage High Performance layer capacity

    Used capacity of the high performance layer capacity.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Storage Pools.

    Free Storage High Performance layer capacity

    Free capacity of the high performance layer capacity.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Storage Pools.

    Used Storage Performance layer capacity

    Used capacity of the performance layer capacity.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Storage Pools.

    Free Storage Performance layer capacity

    Free capacity of the performance layer capacity.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Storage Pools.

    Used Storage Capacity layer capacity

    Used capacity of the capacity layer capacity.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Storage Pools.

    Free Storage Capacity layer capacity

    Free capacity of the capacity layer capacity.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Storage Pools.

    Capacity of Unshared File Systems

    Capacity of file systems that have not been set for sharing.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Storage Pools.

    Capacity of Unshared File Systems

    Capacity of file systems that have not been set for sharing.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available only when selected Free Space > Storage Pools.

    Free Capacity

    Free capacity of the block storage pool or the storage pool.

  8. In the function pane, choose LUNs to view space usage of LUNs. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of the LUN.

    ID

    ID of the LUN.

    Type

    Types of an LUN are described as follows:

    • Common: common LUNs
    • Expansion: An expansion LUN becomes an extended LUN after LUN expansion. The capacity of the extended LUN is the total capacity of the extending primary LUN and extending secondary LUNs.
    • Thin: A thin LUN is one whose owning block storage pool or storage pool is a thin pool.

    Capacity

    Total capacity of LUNs.

    Mapping

    Mapping of LUNs.

    Owning Block Storage Pool or Owning Storage Pool

    Block storage pool or storage pool that the LUN belongs to.

  9. Click the File Systems tab and view space usage of an file system. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of the file system.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the file system.

    Type

    Type of the file system.

    Free Capacity

    Free capacity of the file system.

    Sharing

    Sharing of the file system.

    Owing Storage Pool

    Owing storage pool of the file system.

Viewing the Huawei Storage NAS Service Free Space

This topic describes how to view free space of a storage device.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Free Space.
  4. Click the Storage Device tab to view space usage of the selected storage device. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Device Name

    Name of the storage device.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the storage device.

    Capacity of Shared File Systems

    Capacity of file systems for sharing.

    Capacity of Unshared File Systems

    Capacity of file systems that have not been set for sharing.

    Free Capacity on Data Disks

    Free capacity on data disks.

  5. Click the File Storage Pools tab and view space usage of file system pool. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of the file storage pool.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the file storage pool.

    Capacity of Shared File Systems

    Capacity of file systems for sharing.

    Capacity of Unshared File Systems

    Capacity of file systems that have not been set for sharing.

    Free Capacity

    Free capacity of the file storage pool.

  6. Click the Data Disks tab and view space usage of data disks. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of the data disk.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the data disk.

    Used Capacity

    Used capacity of the data disk.

    Free Capacity

    Free capacity of the data disk.

    Usage (%)

    Capacity usage of the data disk.

  7. Click the Unshared File Systems tab and view space usage of an unshared file system. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of the unshared file system.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the unshared file system.

    Type

    Type of the unshared file system.

    Free Capacity

    Free capacity of the unshared file system.

    Owing Storage Pool

    Owing storage pool of the unshared file system.

Viewing the Huawei Storage Free Space of a Disk Area

By viewing free space of disk area, you can learn about the space usage of the disks.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the name of the device whose information you want to query.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Free Space.
  4. In the function pane, choose Disk Area to view disk space usage. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of disks.

    ID

    ID of disks.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of disks.

    Allocated Capacity

    Allocated capacity of disks.

    Free Capacity

    Free capacity of disks.

    Hot Spare Capacity

    Hot spare capacity of disks.

    Used Hot Spare Capacity

    Used hot spare capacity of disks.

Viewing the Huawei Storage Free Space of a VIS System

By viewing free space of a virtual intelligent storage (VIS) system, you can understand the space usage of the VIS system.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Free Space.
  4. In the function pane, choose Storage Device to view space usage of the selected VIS system. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Device Name

    Name of the VIS system.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the VIS system.

    Capacity of Mapped Volumes

    Capacity of mapped volumes on the VIS system.

    Capacity of Private Logical Disks

    Quantity of private logical disks on the VIS system.

    NOTE:

    Private logical disks are used to store the configuration information of all logical disks managed by the VIS6000.

    Capacity of Unmapped Volumes

    Capacity of unmapped volumes on the VIS system.

    Free Capacity of Logical Disk Groups

    Free capacity of logical disk groups on the VIS system.

    Free Logical Disk Capacity

    Quantity of free logical disks on the VIS system.

    Private Space Capacity

    Quantity of private logical disks on the VIS system.

  5. In the function pane, choose Logical Disk to view space usage of logical disks. The following table describes the parameters.

    Table 10-9 Logical disk capacity summary

    Parameter

    Description

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of logical disks on the VIS system.

    Free Disk Capacity

    Capacity of free logical disks on the VIS system.

    Member Disk Capacity

    Capacity of member disks on the VIS system.

    Private Disk Capacity

    Capacity of private disks on the VIS system.

    Table 10-10 Logical disk details

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of a logical disk on the VIS system.

    Capacity

    Capacity of a logical disk on the VIS system.

    Owning Logical Disk Group

    Logical disk group to which a logical disk on the VIS system belongs.

    Logical Type

    Type of a logical disk on the VIS system.

    Possible types are:

    • Free disk
    • Member disk
    • Private disk

  6. In the function pane, choose Logical Disk Groups to view space usage of logical disk groups. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of the logical disk group.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the logical disk group.

    Capacity of Mapped Volumes

    Capacity of mapped volumes in the logical disk group.

    Capacity of Unmapped Volumes

    Capacity of unmapped volumes in the logical disk group.

    Free Capacity

    Free capacity of the logical disk group.

    Private Space Capacity

    Capacity of private volumes in the logical disk group.

  7. In the function pane, choose Unmapped Volumes to view space usage of unmapped volumes. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of an unmapped volume.

    Capacity

    Capacity of an unmapped volume.

    Owning Logical Disk Group

    Logical disk group to which an unmapped volume belongs.

Checking the Free Huawei Storage Space of NFV Device

Checking the free storage space of NFV device.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the information display pane on the right, click the name of the desired device.
  3. In the navigation tree, select Free Space.
  4. Click the Storage Device tab, view the capacity usage of the specified storage device.
  5. Click the Disk tab, view the IDs, types, capacities, and healthy statuses of all disks on the specified storage device.
  6. Click the RAID tab, view the RAID capacity usage of the specified storage device.
  7. Click the Volumes tab, view the capacity usage of all volumes on the specified storage device.

Checking Hardware Information of the Huawei Storage NFV Device

This operation enables you to know details about disks and ports of NFV device.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the information display pane on the right, click the name of the desired device.
  3. In the navigation tree on the left, click Hardware.
  4. In the information display pane on the right, view the hardware information.

    • Controller: displays the ID, healthy status, cache capacity of the controllers.
    • Disk: displays basic information, including the capacity, of the disks.
    • Ethernet port: displays basic information, including address information, of the Ethernet ports.
    • Power: displays basic information, including the slot information, of the powers.
    • BBU: displays basic information, including the slot information, of the BBUs.
    • Fan: displays basic information, including the slot information, of the fans.

Configuring Huawei Storage Reporting Logs or Configuring Assets

Reporting logs or configuring assets of NFV device.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the information display pane on the right, click the name of the desired device.
  3. In the navigation tree, select Log Reporting.
  4. Set page parameters to configure that device logs are to be reported to specified device.
  5. In the navigation tree, select Asset Allocation.

    • Asset source: displays the source information of the current storage device.
    • Start time: displays the time when eSight detects the storage device.
    • Asset status: displays the usage status of the current asset.

Viewing the Huawei Storage Node Information

You can view node information to learn details about storage nodes.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Node.
  4. View the node information. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of a node.

    SN

    SN of a node.

    Health Status

    Health status of a node. Possible values are Normal, Faulty, and Unknown.

    Running Status

    Operating status of a port. Possible values are Normal, Offline, Unknown, and Faulty.

    Cabinet name

    Name of the cabinet where a node resides.

    Slot Number

    Slot ID of a node.

    Node Type

    Type of node. Possible values are P Node, M Node, C Node, P25 Node, P36 Node, P12 Node, C72 Node, C36 Node, and I Node.

    Capacity

    Total capacity of a node.

    Used capacity

    Used capacity of a node.

    IP address

    IP address of a node.

  5. Check whether the type of the selected device is OceanStor 9000 (V300R006C00 or later), FusionStorage File or FusionStorage File/Object.

    • If yes, go to Step 6.
    • If yes, no further action is required.

  6. Click before the node name and view details about the parameters of the node.

    • The details include basic information and operating status of the node.
    • The hardware and client information shows information about hardware, the client IP address, service node IP address, and client type.

Viewing the Huawei Storage VTL Node Information

This topic describes how to view details about a virtual tape library (VTL) node.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, select Node.
  4. View node information about the selected VTL node. The following table describes the parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    ID

    ID of the VTL node.

    Name

    Name of the VTL.

    Role Type

    Role types of different nodes, including VTL, single instance repository (SIR), Fibre Channel switch (SW), and Array.

    • VTL: VTL engine
    • SIR: SIR engine
    • SW: Fibre Channel switch
    • Array: Storage unit

    Health Status

    Health status of the VTL.

    IP Address

    IP address of the VTL node's network management port.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the VTL.

    Used Capacity

    Used capacity of the VTL.

    Usage (%)

    Capacity usage of the VTL.

    Model

    Model of the VTL.

    Software Version

    Software version of the VTL.

    HA Switchover Mode

    HA status of the VTL.

    NOTE:

    Click Device Management, the device management page is opened.

Viewing the Huawei Storage Hardware Information

You can view hardware information to learn details about storage disks and ports.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Hardware.
  4. In the function pane, view the information about device disks and ports.

    Table 10-11 Disk parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Location

    Location of a disk in a storage enclosure.

    Health Status

    Health status of a disk.

    • Normal: All disk functions and operating parameters are normal.
    • Faulty: A disk is abnormal and fails to function properly.
    • Isolated: A disk has been isolated and being repaired, failing to work temporarily.
    • Failing: The disk is failing.
    • Unknown: The system cannot report the health status of the disk.
    • Single link failure: In dual-controller mode, disks are identified by only one controller.
    • Unauthenticated: The disk has not been authenticated.
    • Spun down: The disk spins down.
    • Disk write protection: The disk is in the write protection state.

    Running Status

    The value can be online or offline.

    Physical Type

    Physical type of a disk, for example, SSD.

    Logical Type

    Logical type of a disk, for example, free disk, member disk, and hot spare disk.

    Capacity

    Total capacity of a disk.

    Manufacturer

    Manufacturer of a disk.

    SN

    SN of a disk.

    Firmware Version

    Firmware version of a disk.

    Model

    Model of a disk.

    Owning Disk Domain

    Block storage pool to which a disk belongs.

    Table 10-12 Port parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Port Name

    Name of a port.

    Health Status

    Health status of a port, for example, normal, offline, warning, and faulty.

    Running Status

    Operating status of a port, for example, online and offline.

    WWN

    WWN of Fibre Channel and SAS ports.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid for Fibre Channel and SAS ports only.

    Operation Rate

    Working rate of a port.

    IPv6 Address

    IPv6 address of an iSCSI port.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the port type is iSCSI.

    IPv4 Address

    IPv4 address of an iSCSI port.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the port type is iSCSI.

    ID of Owning Interface Module

    ID of the interface module on which a port resides.

    Owning Controller

    Controller to which a port belongs.

    Location

    Storage unit to which a port belongs.

    Bit Error Statistics

    Reflects the data transfer quality of a port.

    NOTE:

    OceanStor V3 V300R003C20, 2600 V3 for Video, OceanStor V3R6, OceanStor V5 supports the bit error statistics function.

Viewing the N8000 Hardware Information

You can view the N8000 hardware information to learn details about storage disks and ports.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Hardware.
  4. In the function pane, view the information about device disks and ports.

    Table 10-13 Disk parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Location

    Location of a disk in a storage enclosure.

    Health Status

    Health status of a disk.

    • Normal: All disk functions and operating parameters are normal.
    • Faulty: A disk is abnormal and fails to function properly.
    • Isolated: A disk has been isolated and being repaired, failing to work temporarily.

    Running Status

    Operating status of a disk. The value can be online or offline.

    Physical Type

    Physical type of a disk, for example, SSD.

    Logical Type

    Logical type of a disk, for example, free disk, member disk, and hot spare disk.

    Capacity

    Total capacity of a disk.

    Manufacturer

    Manufacturer of a disk.

    SN

    SN of a disk.

    Firmware Version

    Firmware version of a disk.

    Model

    Model of a disk.

    Owning Block Storage Pool

    Block storage pool to which a disk belongs.

    Table 10-14 Port parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Port Name

    Name of a port.

    Health Status

    Health status of a port. Possible values are Normal, Offline, Warning, and Faulty.

    Running Status

    Operating status of a port. Possible values are Online and Offline.

    WWN

    WWN of a Fibre Channel port.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the port type is FC.

    Operation Rate

    Working rate of a Fibre Channel port.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the port type is FC.

    MAC Address

    MAC address of an iSCSI port.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the port type is iSCSI.

    IPv4 Address

    IPv4 address of an iSCSI port.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the port type is iSCSI.

    Virtual IP Address

    Virtual IP address of an Ethernet port.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the port type is Ethernet.

    Physical IP Address

    Physical IP address of an Ethernet port.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the port type is Ethernet.

    ID of Owning Interface Module

    ID of the interface module on which a port resides.

    Owning Controller/Node

    Controller/Node to which a port belongs.

    Location

    Storage unit to which a port belongs.

Viewing UDS and FusionStorage Object Cabinet Information

You can view cabinet information to learn the basic information, cabinet status, and locations.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Cabinet.
  4. In the function pane, view the basic information, cabinet status, and locations.

    Table 10-15 Cabinet parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of a cabinet.

    Health Status

    Health status of a cabinet. Possible values are Normal and Offline.

    Room

    Equipment room where a cabinet resides.

    Location

    Location of a cabinet in equipment room.

Viewing Hosts Associated with Huawei Storage Devices

This section describes how to check the host and application information of a selected Huawei storage device to learn the running status of the storage device.

Prerequisites

The host has been discovered.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. Click a device in the information display area on the right.
  3. Choose Hosts Associated with Storage Devices from the navigation tree on the left.
  4. Click Storage Device in the information display area on the right. Hosts and applications that may be affected are displayed. The following table describes the parameters.

    NOTE:

    Hosts in the Related Hosts list are discovered through resource addition.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of a host.

    Status

    Host status.

    Operating System

    Operating system type, for example, Linux.

    IP Address

    Host IP address.

    Database

    Database of the host application.

Checking Huawei Storage Device Performance

This section describes how to check the host and performance data of a selected Huawei storage device to learn the running status of the storage device.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. Click a device in the information display area on the right.
  3. Choose Performance from the navigation tree on the left.

    NOTE:

    You can view the performance of the following storage devices: OceanStor V3 series, OceanStor V5 series, OceanStor Dorado series, OceanStor 18000 series, and T series of V100R005C00 and later versions.

    • In the device information area, the performance data of the current device is displayed, including the throughput, bandwidth, response time, CPU usage, and memory usage.
    • In the associated logical host area, logical relationships between logical hosts, logical host groups, port groups, LUN groups, and controllers on the device are displayed.
      NOTE:

      By default, all performance data of the current device is displayed in the performance details area. After you select a logical host associated with the device, performance data of the logical host is automatically displayed in the performance details area.

    • All performance data of the current device or host is displayed in the performance details area, including the controller, LUN, front-end host port, logical host, hard disk, and file system.
      • You can click to hide the details or click to display the details.
      • You can click at the upper right corner of the area to display the details in a chart or click to display the details in a table.
        • Chart mode: Displays historical indicator performance data. You can also click the customization button and customize a time period to query performance data.

          You can select a time period by dragging on the chart to view historical performance data in the time period.

          NOTE:
          • You can choose Performance > Monitoring Settings from the main menu and set the performance threshold of the indicator. After the setting is complete, the threshold is displayed as a dotted line in the indicator performance chart. If the threshold is exceeded, a performance threshold alarm is generated.
          • The performance graph can display the performance curves of the top 5 resources ranked by historical performance data.

          You can click to set the performance measurement indicators and measurement objects to be viewed.

        • Table mode: Displays the current performance indicator information. You can click the indicator name and view the performance indicator curve of the latest 24 hours in the dialog box that is displayed.

Configuring Huawei Storage Reporter Access Parameters

To enable devices to be loaded to the network management system (eSight) by the automatic discovery function, configure the reporter access parameters.

Prerequisites

The OceanStor 18000 series, OceanStor H85T/HVS88T(V1R1C00) and OceanStor 9000 storage system have been added, and the reporter access parameters have been changed.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Reporter Access Parameters.
  4. Set the reporter access parameters, Table 10-16 describes related parameters.

    Table 10-16 Reporter access parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    IP

    Indicates the IP address of the report device.

    [Value range]

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

    [Example]

    10.10.10.70

    Port

    Port number used for access a specific NE.

    [Value range]

    The value ranges from 1 to 65535.

    [Example]

    6553

    Username

    Indicates the user name of the report device.

    [Example]

    admin

    Password

    Indicates the password of the report device.

    [Example]

    password

  5. Click OK when the configuration is successful.

Configuring Huawei Storage Device Management URL

To enable open the device management page when click Device Management in OceanStor 9000E, CSS or CSE device, you need to configure the URL for device management.

Prerequisites

The OceanStor 9000E, CSS or CSE devices have been added.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, select Settings > Device Management.
  4. In the Device Management URL textbox, input the URL for device management.
  5. Click Apply.

Configuring Huawei Storage Protocol Parameters and Event Notification

To enable devices to be loaded to the eSight by the automatic discovery function, configure the eSight access parameters.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the name of the device whose information you want to query.
  3. In the navigation tree, select Settings > Protocol Parameters or Event Notification, refer to Adding a Single Huawei Storage Device to set parameters.

    NOTE:

    The IPMI protocol parameters can be modified for OceanStor 9000 devices.

  4. Set protocol parameters for the NE and click Test.
  5. Click Apply when the test is successful.

Configuring Huawei Storage Login Parameters for Device Management

After configuring login parameters for device management, you can access the device management page without login.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the desired device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, select Settings > Login Parameters for Device Management.

    NOTE:

    Only the OceanStor 9000 V100R001C00/C01/C10/C20 devices support this function.

  4. Configure User and Password.
  5. After all parameters are set, click OK.

Viewing Overview of a Third-Party Storage Device

This task helps you understand the basic information, disk health status, and port operating status of a third-party storage device.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the Basic Information area, view the basic information about the third-party storage device. The following table describes related parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of the third-party storage device.

    Description

    Description of the third-party storage device.

    Status

    Status of the third-party storage device. For example, the value can be: Normal, Offline, Warning, or Faulty.

    IP address

    IP address of the third-party storage device.

    SN

    Device serial number of the third-party storage device.

    SMI-Agent IP

    IP address of the SMI-Agent.

    Model

    Model of the third-party storage device.

    Software version

    Software version of the third-party storage device.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the third-party storage device.

    Disks

    Disks of the third-party storage device.

    Block storage pools/Storage pools

    Block storage pools or storage pools of the third-party storage device.

    LUNs

    LUNs of the third-party storage device.

    Number of storage volumes

    Number of storage volumes in the AS400 storage device.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the device type is AS400.

    Number of storage groups

    Number of storage groups in the AS400 storage device.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the device type is AS400.

    Number of logical partitions

    Number of logical partitions in the DS600 storage device.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the device type is DS600.

    Number of logical volumes

    Number of logical volumes in the DS600 storage device.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is valid when the device type is DS600.

    Manufacturer

    Manufacturer of the third-party storage device.

    Last refreshed at

    Time when the third-party storage device information was last refreshed.

    NOTE:
    • Click Device Management, the device management page is opened.
    • Click Modify to modify the device name and the manufacturer in the Modify dialog box.

  4. In the Hard Dsks Health Status area, view the disk health status of the third-party storage device. The following table describes related parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Normal

    The functions and running status of the disk are normal.

    Faulty

    The disk is partially or completely faulty and the fault cannot be rectified.

    Failing

    The disk is failing.

    Unknown

    The system cannot report the health status of the disk.

    Spin-down

    The disk is spun down.

    Single link failure

    The disk is identified by only one controller in dual-controller mode.

    Unauthenticated

    The disk is not authenticated.

    Isolated

    The slot that houses the disk is faulty, causing the disk to be automatically isolated by the system.

    Disk write protection

    The disk is under write protect.

    NOTE:

    Click different areas of the disk health status distribution diagram. On the Disks page that is displayed, view detailed disk information.

  5. In the Port Operating Status area, view the port operating status of the third-party storage device. The following table describes related parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Port Type

    Port type of the third-party storage device.

    Status Distribution

    Port status of the third-party storage device. For example, the value can be: Online or Offline.

    NOTE:
    • Click different areas of the Fibre Channel port status distribution diagram. On the Fibre Channel Ports page that is displayed, view detailed Fibre Channel port information.
    • Click different areas of the iSCSI port status distribution diagram. On the iSCSI Ports page that is displayed, view detailed iSCSI port information.

  6. In the Last 10 Uncleared Alarms area, view the last 10 uncleared alarms of the selected storage device.

Viewing Overview of a Third-Party Storage EMC(XtremIO)

This task helps you understand the basic information, disk health status, and port operating status of a third-party storage device.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the Basic Information area, view the basic information about the third-party storage device. The following table describes related parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of the storage device.

    Description

    Description of the storage device.

    Status

    Status of the storage device. For example, the value can be: Normal, Offline, Warning, or Faulty.

    XSM IP address

    XSM IP address of the storage device.

    SN

    Device serial number of the storage device.

    Model

    Model of the storage device.

    Software version

    Software version of the storage device.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the storage device.

    Number of storage volumes

    Number of storage volumes in the storage device.

    Manufacturer

    Manufacturer of the storage device.

    Last refreshed at

    Time when the storage device information was last refreshed.

    NOTE:

    Click Modify to modify the device name and the manufacturer in the Modify dialog box.

  4. In the Last 10 Uncleared Alarms area, view the last 10 uncleared alarms of the selected storage device.

Viewing Free Space of a Third-Party Storage Device

This task helps you learn about the capacity usage of a storage device and make better use of system storage resources.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the name of the device whose information you want to query.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Free Space.
  4. In the function pane, choose Storage Device to view the capacity usage of the third party storage device. The following table describes related parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Device Name

    Name of the third party storage device.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the third party storage device.

    Capacity of Mapped LUNs

    Capacity of mapped LUNs on the third party storage device.

    Capacity of Private LUNs

    Capacity of private LUNs on the third party storage device.

    NOTE:

    After a LUN is used to expand the capacity of another LUN, its Type changes to Private. A private LUN cannot be mapped to a host or host group.

    Capacity of Unmapped LUNs

    Capacity of unmapped LUNs on the third party storage device.

    Free Capacity of Block Storage Pools/Storage Pools

    Free capacity of block storage pools or storage pools on the third party storage device.

    Free Disk Capacity

    Capacity of free disks on the third party storage device.

    Hot Spare Disk Capacity

    Capacity of hot spare disks on the third party storage device.

Viewing Free Space of a Third-Party Storage Disks

This task helps you learn about the capacity usage of disks on a third party storage device and make better use of system storage resources.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Free Space.
  4. In the function pane, choose Disk to view the capacity usage of disks on the third party storage device. The following table describes related parameters.

    Table 10-17 Disk capacity summary

    Parameter

    Description

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of disks on the third party storage device.

    Free Disk Capacity

    Capacity of free disks on the third party storage device.

    Member disk capacity

    Capacity of member disks on the third party storage device.

    Hot Spare Disk Capacity

    Capacity of hot spare disks on the third party storage device.

    Table 10-18 Disk details

    Parameter

    Description

    Location

    Location of a disk in an enclosure.

    Capacity

    Total capacity of a disk.

    Physical Type

    Physical type of a disk.

    Logical Type

    Logical type of a disk.

    SN

    SN of a disk.

Viewing Free Space of a Third-Party Block Storage Pools or Storage Pools

This task helps you learn about the capacity usage of block storage pools or storage pools on a third party storage device and make better use of system storage resources.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Free Space.
  4. In the function pane, choose Block Storage Pools/Storage Pools to view the capacity usage of block storage pools or storage pools on the third party storage device. The following table describes related parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of a block storage pool or storage pool.

    ID

    ID of a block storage pool or storage pool.

    RAID Level

    RAID level of a block storage pool.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available when Free Space > Block Storage Pools is chosen.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of a block storage pool or storage pool.

    Preset Capacity

    Preset capacity of a thin pool.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available when Free Space > Block Storage Pools is chosen.

    Capacity of Mapped LUNs

    Capacity of mapped LUNs in a block storage pool or storage pool.

    Capacity of Private LUNs

    Capacity of private LUNs in a block storage pool.

    NOTE:

    This parameter is available when Free Space > Block Storage Pools is chosen.

    After a LUN is used to expand the capacity of another LUN, its Type changes to Private. A private LUN cannot be mapped to a host or host group.

    Capacity of Unmapped LUNs

    Capacity of unmapped LUNs in a block storage pool or storage pool.

    Free Capacity

    Free capacity of a block storage pool or storage pool.

  5. In the function pane, search for information about specified block storage pools or storage pools.

    • Select Name and enter the name of a block storage pool or storage pool in the text box. Click Search to search for information about the desired block storage pool or storage pool.
    • Select ID and enter the ID of a block storage pool or storage pool in the text box. Click Search to search for information about the desired block storage pool or storage pool.

Viewing Free Space of a Third-Party Storage LUNs

This task helps you learn about the capacity usage of LUNs on a third party storage device and make better use of system storage resources.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the name of the device whose information you want to query.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Free Space.
  4. In the function pane, choose LUNs to view the capacity usage of LUNs on the third party storage device. The following table describes related parameters.

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of a LUN.

    ID

    ID of a LUN.

    Type

    Type of a LUN. Possible values are as follows:

    • Common: The LUN is a common LUN.
    • Expansion: An extended LUN is formed after a LUN extending. The capacity of the extended LUN is the total capacity of the extending master LUN and extending slave LUNs.
    • Thin: The block storage pool or storage pool to which a thin LUN belongs is a thin pool.

    Mapped

    Indicates whether a LUN is mapped.

    Capacity

    Total capacity of a LUN.

    Owning Block Storage Pool/Owning Storage Pool

    The block storage pool or storage pool to which a LUN belongs.

Viewing Free Space of the Inspur AS400

This task helps you learn about the capacity usage of a storage device, improving system storage resource utilization.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Free Space.
  4. In the function pane, click Storage Device to view the capacity usage of the AS400 storage system. The following table describes related parameters:

    Parameter

    Description

    Device Name

    Name of the AS400 storage system.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the AS400 storage system.

    Free capacity of storage groups

    Free capacity of storage groups in the AS400 storage system.

    Free capacity of storage volumes

    Free capacity of storage volumes in the AS400 storage system.

    Used capacity of storage volumes

    Used capacity of storage volumes in the AS400 storage system.

    Free Disk Capacity

    Capacity of free disks in the AS400 storage system.

    Hot Spare Disk Capacity

    Capacity of hot spare disks in the AS400 storage system.

  5. In the function pane, click Disk to view the disk capacity usage of the AS400 storage system. The following table describes related parameters:

    Table 10-19 Disk capacity summary

    Parameter

    Description

    Total capacity

    Total capacity of the AS400 storage system disks.

    Free Disk Capacity

    Capacity of free disks in the AS400 storage system.

    Member Disk Capacity

    Capacity of member disks in the AS400 storage system.

    Hot Spare Disk Capacity

    Capacity of hot spare disks in the AS400 storage system.

    Table 10-20 Disk details

    Parameter

    Description

    Location

    Location of a disk in an enclosure.

    Capacity

    Total capacity of a disk.

    Physical type

    Physical type of a disk.

    Logical type

    Logical type of a disk.

    SN

    SN of a disk.

  6. In the function pane, choose Storage Group to view the storage group capacity usage of the AS400 storage system. The following table describes related parameters:

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of a storage group of the AS400 storage system.

    Total capacity

    Total capacity of storage groups of the AS400 storage system.

    RAID 0(Available Max./Min.Capacity)

    Maximum and minimum capacity that can be used by RAID 0 groups in the AS400 storage system.

    RAID 1(Available Max./Min.Capacity)

    Maximum and minimum capacity that can be used by RAID 1 groups in the AS400 storage system.

    RAID 3(Available Max./Min.Capacity)

    Maximum and minimum capacity that can be used by RAID 3 groups in the AS400 storage system.

    RAID 5(Available Max./Min.Capacity)

    Maximum and minimum capacity that can be used by RAID 5 groups in the AS400 storage system.

    RAID 6(Available Max./Min.Capacity)

    Maximum and minimum capacity that can be used by RAID 6 groups in the AS400 storage system.

  7. In the function pane, click Storage Volume to view the storage volume capacity usage of the AS400 storage system. The following table describes related parameters:

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of a storage volume of the AS400 storage system.

    Status

    Status of a storage volume of the AS400 storage system.

    Total capacity

    Total capacity of storage volumes of the AS400 storage system.

    RAID Level

    RAID level of a storage volume of the AS400 storage system.

    Stripe Size

    Stripe size of a storage volume of the AS400 storage system.

    Cache Size

    Cache size of a storage volume of the AS400 storage system.

    Write Policy

    Write policy of a storage volume of the AS400 storage system.

Viewing Free Space of the Sugon DS600

This task helps you learn about storage device usage, improving system storage resource utilization.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, click Free Space.
  4. In the function pane, click Storage Device to view the space utilization of the selected DS600 storage system. The following table describes related parameters:

    Parameter

    Description

    Device Name

    Name of the DS600 storage system.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the DS600 storage system.

    Capacity of mapped logical partitions

    Capacity of mapped logical partitions in the DS600 storage system.

    Capacity of unmapped logical partitions

    Capacity of unmapped logical partitions in the DS600 storage system.

    Free capacity of logical disks

    Free capacity of logical disks in the DS600 storage system.

    Free capacity of logical volumes

    Free capacity of logical volumes in the DS600 storage system.

    Free disk capacity

    Capacity of free disks in the DS600 storage system.

    Hot spare disk capacity

    Capacity of hot spare disks in the DS600 storage system.

  5. In the function pane, click Disk to view the disk space utilization of the selected DS600 storage system. The following table describes related parameters:

    Table 10-21 Disk capacity summary

    Parameter

    Description

    Total capacity

    Total capacity of the DS600 storage system disks.

    Free Disk Capacity

    Capacity of free disks in the DS600 storage system.

    Member Disk Capacity

    Capacity of member disks in the DS600 storage system.

    Hot Spare Disk Capacity

    Capacity of hot spare disks in the DS600 storage system.

    Table 10-22 Disk details

    Parameter

    Description

    Location

    Location of a disk in an enclosure.

    Capacity

    Capacity of a disk.

    Physical Type

    Physical type of a disk.

    Logical Type

    Logical type of a disk.

    SN

    SN of a disk.

  6. In the function pane, click Logical Disk to view the logical disk space utilization of the selected DS600 storage system. The following table describes related parameters:

    Parameter

    Description

    ID

    ID of a logical disk in the DS600 storage system.

    Status

    Status of a logical disk in the DS600 storage system.

    RAID Level

    RAID level of a logical disk in the DS600 storage system.

    Total capacity

    Total capacity of logical disks in the DS600 storage system.

    Disk Quantity

    Quantity of logical disks in the DS600 storage system.

    Online Disk Quantity

    Quantity of online logical disks in the DS600 storage system.

    Hot Spare Disk Quantity

    Quantity of hot spare disks for logical disks in the DS600 storage system.

    Faulty Disk Quantity

    Quantity of faulty logical disks in the DS600 storage system.

    Read Statistics (MB/S)

    Data read speed of a logical disk in the DS600 storage system.

    Write Statistics (MB/S)

    Data write speed of a logical disk in the DS600 storage system.

  7. In the function pane, click Logical Volume to view the logical volume space utilization of the selected DS600 storage system. The following table describes related parameters:

    Parameter

    Description

    ID

    ID of a logical volume in the DS600 storage system.

    Status

    Status of a logical volume in the DS600 storage system.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of logical volumes in the DS600 storage system.

    Available Capacity

    Available capacity of logical volumes in the DS600 storage system.

    Logical Disk Quantity

    Quantity of logical disks in logical volumes in the DS600 storage system.

  8. In the function pane, click Logical Partition to view the logical partition space utilization of the selected DS600 storage system. The following table describes related parameters:

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of a logical partition in the DS600 storage system.

    Logical Volume/Logical Disk ID

    ID of a logical volume/logical disk in the DS600 storage system.

    Partition SN

    SN of a logical partition in the DS600 storage system.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of logical partitions in the DS600 storage system.

Viewing Free Space of the Third-Party Storage EMC(XtremIO)

This task helps you learn about storage device usage, improving system storage resource utilization.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, click Free Space.
  4. In the function pane, click Storage Device to view the space utilization of the selected XtremIO storage system. The following table describes related parameters:

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of the XtremIO storage system.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the XtremIO storage system.

    Used Capacity

    Used capacity in the XtremIO storage system.

    Capacity of Mapped Volumes

    Capacity of mapped volumes in the XtremIO storage system.

    Used Capacity of Storage Volumes

    Used capacity of storage volumes in the XtremIO storage system.

  5. In the function pane, click Volume to view the volume space utilization of the selected XtremIO storage system. The following table describes related parameters:

    Table 10-23 Volumes capacity summary

    Parameter

    Description

    Name

    Name of a volume in the XtremIO storage system.

    NNAName

    NNAName of a volume in the XtremIO storage system.

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of volumes in the XtremIO storage system.

    Used Capacity

    Capacity of hot spare volumes in the XtremIO storage system.

    Logical Block Capacity

    Capacity of logical block in volumes in the XtremIO storage system.

    Mapping

    Indicates whether a volume is mapped.

Viewing Third-Party Storage Hardware Information

You can view hardware information to learn details about storage disks.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the device name.
  3. In the navigation tree, choose Hardware.
  4. In the function pane, view the information about device disks.

    Table 10-24 Disk parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Location

    Location of a disk in a storage enclosure.

    Health Status

    Health status of a disk.

    • Normal: All disk functions and operating parameters are normal.
    • Faulty: A disk is abnormal and fails to function properly.
    • Isolated: A disk has been isolated and being repaired, failing to work temporarily.

    Running Status

    Operating status of a disk. The value can be online or offline.

    Physical Type

    Physical type of a disk, for example, SSD.

    Logical Type

    Logical type of a disk, for example, free disk, member disk, and hot spare disk.

    Capacity

    Total capacity of a disk.

    Manufacturer

    Manufacturer of a disk.

    SN

    SN of a disk.

    Firmware Version

    Firmware version of a disk.

    Model

    Model of a disk.

    Owning Block Storage Pool

    Block storage pool to which a disk belongs.

  5. In the function pane, view the information about ports.

    Table 10-25 Port parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Port Name

    Name of a port.

    Health Status

    Health status of a port, for example, normal, offline, warning, and faulty.

    Running Status

    Operating status of a port, for example, online and offline.

    WWN

    WWN of Fibre Channel ports.

    Operation Rate

    Working rate of a port.

    ID of Owning Interface Module

    ID of the interface module on which a port resides.

    Owning Controller

    Controller to which a port belongs.

Configuring Device Management URL for Third Party Storage

In the Third Party Storage page, to enable open the device management page when click Device Management, you need to configure the URL for device management.

Prerequisites

The third party storage devices have been added.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the name of the device whose information you want to query.
  3. In the navigation tree, select Settings > Device Management.
  4. In the Device Management URL textbox, input the URL for device management.
  5. Click Apply.

Configuring Third-Party Storage Protocol Parameters and Event Notification

To enable devices to be loaded to the eSight by the automatic discovery function, configure the eSight access parameters.

Procedure
  1. Go to the Storage Device page.

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

    2. In the navigation tree, choose Storage > Storage Device.

  2. In the function pane, click the name of the device whose information you want to query.
  3. In the navigation tree, select Settings > Protocol Parameters  or Event Notification, refer to Adding a Single Third Party Storage Device to set parameters.

    NOTE:

    On HP_3PAR 8400, alarms can only be reported by using SNMP v2.

  4. Set protocol parameters for the NE and click Test.
  5. Click Apply when the test is successful.
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