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FusionStorage OBS 7.0 Planning Guide 07

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Generating the Configuration Files and LLD File Using LLDesigner

Generating the Configuration Files and LLD File Using LLDesigner

LLDesigner enables you to quickly complete networking, cabling, cabinet placement, and configuration file export.

Prerequisites

You have registered with Huawei technical support website and obtained the account name and password.

Logging In to LLDesigner

  1. Open Google Chrome, enter support.eservice.huawei.com in the address box, and press Enter.
  2. Enter your account name and password of Huawei technical support website, and click Log In.
  3. In the Deployment & Delivery area, click LLDesigner. The LLDesigner page is displayed.

Planning Networks Using LLDesigner

  1. Click Create LLD.
  2. In the Cloud Storage (FusionStorage) area, click Customize Devices to Create LLD.
  3. In the Create Project LLD page, set LLD Name and Introduction, and click OK.
  4. In the Network Configuration page, set Cluster Information, Network Information, and Subnet Information based on project requirements.

    You can click Example in the upper left corner to quickly fill in the network configuration information.

    1. Set Cluster Information. Table 4-10 describes the related parameters.
      Table 4-10 Cluster parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Cluster Name

      • Indicates the unique name of a cluster, used to identify the cluster.
      • The value can contain uppercase letters, lowercase letters, digits, hyphens (-), and underscores (_). It must start with a letter and cannot end with a hyphen (-) or underscore (_).
      • The value contains 1 to 64 characters.

      Management Plane Floating IP Address

      Belongs to the management plane and is used to access DeviceManager.

      Storage Plane Floating IP Address List

      Includes the floating IP address of the storage plane, GaussDB floating IP address, OAM-I floating IP address, OAM-P floating IP address, and OAM-S floating IP address.

      • Configuration method 1: Enter one IP address. LLDesigner will allocate five consecutive IP addresses.
      • Configuration method 2: Enter five IP addresses separated by commas (,).
        NOTE:
        • The floating IP address of the storage plane belongs to the storage plane and is used by components to access the OAM-U service.
        • The GaussDB floating IP address belongs to the storage plane and is used to access GaussDB databases.
        • The OAM-I floating IP address belongs to the storage plane and is used to access the OAM-I service.
        • The OAM-P floating IP address belongs to the storage plane and is used to access the OAM-P service.
        • The OAM-S floating IP address belongs to the storage plane and is used to access the OAM-S service.

      In the 3AZ networking scenario, you do not need to set Management Plane Floating IP Address and Storage Plane Floating IP Address List.

    2. Set Network Information. Table 4-11 describes the related parameters.
      Table 4-11 Network parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Service Plane VLAN ID

      • The value ranges from 1 to 4094.
      • The VLAN ID for each plane must be unique.

      Storage Plane VLAN ID

      Control Plane VLAN ID

      Management Plane VLAN ID

      Independent Management Network Port

      • If this parameter is set to Yes, the management plane alone uses the NIC3 port of a storage node as the management network port.
      • If this parameter is set to No, the management plane shares physical network ports with the service plane or storage/control plane and each plane is configured with an independent VLAN.

      Independent Front-end and Back-end Switches

      The value can be Yes or No.

      3AZ Configuration

      The value can be Single AZ or 3AZ.

      Deployment Mode

      The value can be only Symmetric Deployment.

      Front/Back-end Network Type

      The value can be 10GE/10GE, 25GE/25GE, or GE/10GE.

      Service Type

      The value can be OBS or HDFS (value HDFS is supported only in 7.0.1 and its later versions).

    3. Set Subnet Information. Table 4-12 describes the related parameters.
      Table 4-12 Subnet parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Node Type

      Set this parameter based on site requirements.

      Number of Nodes

      The value ranges from 3 to 40.

      Deployment Type

      Select Storage Subnet.

      AZ ID

      • Indicates the ID of the AZ to which the subnet belongs.
      • The value contains 1 to 20 characters and starts with a letter. It can contain digits, hyphens (-), and underscores (_), and cannot end with a hyphen (-) or underscore (_).
      • In the 3AZ scenario, each subnet must be configured with an AZ ID, and the number of AZ IDs cannot exceed three.

      Gateway

      Indicates the gateway of each plane.

      Subnet Mask/Prefix

      Indicates the subnet mask or prefix of each plane.

      Start IP Address

      Indicates the start IP address of each plane.

      In the Subnet Information area, you can click Add Subnet or Delete Subnet to add or delete a subnet.

  5. Click Save and then Next.
  6. Select the Network Planning, Cabinet Planning, and Host Configuration tabs and perform planning in sequence.

    1. Network Planning: LLDesigner automatically generates the optimal network topology and cable connection. You can click a device or a cable to view or modify the network.
    2. Cabinet Planning: LLDesigner automatically generates the optimal cabinet placement. You can add a cabinet, or drag a device to change its position.
    3. Host Configuration: LLDesigner automatically divides the network. On this tab page, enter the SN of each node and ensure that the IP address of each network plane is correct.

  7. Click Save.
  8. Export the LLD file and deployment files.

    1. Click Export LLD to export the LLD file.
    2. Click Export File.
      • For OBS, preinstall.ini, Deloy_File.xlsx, and Host_File.xlsx are automatically generated.
      • For HDFS, HDFS_preinstall.ini, HDFS_Deloy_File.xlsx, and HDFS_Host_File.xlsx are automatically generated.
    • preinstall.ini and HDFS_preinstall.ini are used to configure the network of storage nodes.
    • Host_File.xlsx and HDFS_Host_File.xlsx are used to add hosts.
    • Deloy_File.xlsx and HDFS_Deloy_File.xlsx are used to install microservices.

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