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FusionStorage OBS 7.0 Administrator Guide 06

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Logging In to the Linux Operating System of a Storage Node Using PuTTY

Logging In to the Linux Operating System of a Storage Node Using PuTTY

You can use PuTTY to remotely access the Linux operating system of a storage node through a LAN.


  • The management terminal communicates with the management network port of the storage node properly.
  • PuTTY has been installed on the management terminal.
    • PuTTY is a piece of Windows-based client software used for remote configuration and management. Visit the chiark website and download PuTTY from the home page.
    • You are advised to use PuTTY of the latest version to ensure a successful login.
    • This document uses PuTTY0.70 as an example.


  1. Run PuTTY on the management terminal.

    The PuTTY Configuration dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure A-2.

    Figure A-2 PuTTY Configuration

  2. Enter a node management IP address in Host Name (or IP address). Keep the default values for other parameters.


    Use a node management IP address based on the network plan.

  3. Click Open.

    The PuTTY window is displayed, and the login as: message is prompted, asking you to enter a user name.

  4. In login as:, enter a user name and press Enter. Then enter the password and press Enter.

    The default user name is dfvmanager and its default password is Huawei@storage.

  5. Optional: Run the su - root command to switch to user root.

    The default user name is root and its default password is Huawei@storage.

    For security purposes, after the software installation, you are advised to change the default password at your first login and periodically change the password.

Updated: 2019-07-17

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