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SmartKit V2R5C00RC9 User Guide 01

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Function Management

Function Management

SmartKit integrates the tools of each product field on the Function Management page for management. You can download, install, upgrade, and uninstall the tools.


  • Functions on the Function Management page can be used only after you install them in SmartKit on your local PC.
  • Before using SmartKit, ensure that identity authentication has been performed and the required functions have been upgraded on the local PC. By doing so, unnecessary troubles can be avoided at sites.

Identity Authentication

  1. In the upper right corner of SmartKit, choose Unauthenticated > Authenticate Now.
  2. Enter your account and password used for logging in to the Huawei technical support website.
  3. Select Enterprise or Carrier based on site requirements.

Interface Introduction

The following figure shows the Function Management page.

Figure 2-1 Function Management pag
Table 2-4 Description of functional areas on the Function Management page

Functional Area



Filter: filters data by product field, scenario, and product type.


Filter criteria: Upgradable and Not Installed.


Function import and export area: enables you to export the functions from SmartKit in online node and import them in offline mode.


Install: installs all functions of the selected category in a batch.


Upgrade: upgrades all functions of the selected category in a batch.


Function name. You can click it to access the corresponding function page.


The function name in gray color indicates that it can be used only after being installed.


Hot: indicates that the function is popular.


Indicates that this function applies only to enterprise storage.


Indicates the scenario-based task to which the function belongs.


Describes the application scenarios, processes, and purposes of the function.


Enables you to perform operations such as install, upgrade, and uninstall a single function.

Function Export

This section describes how to export function packages that are installed on the current SmartKit for other offline SmartKit environments.


The functions to be exported have been installed in SmartKit.

  1. Run SmartKit and select the product field (storage, server, and cloud computing) to which the function to be exported belongs.
  2. Choose Function Management > Export. The Export dialog box is displayed.
  3. Select one or more functions to be exported and select a path for saving the function packages.

  4. Click Export. After the packages are exported, click View. The system automatically displays the path saving the function packages.

Function Import

This section describes how to import the function packages exported from other SmartKit environments for offline installation or upgrade.


Function packages have been exported to the local PC.

  1. Start SmartKit.The main user interface of SmartKit is displayed.
  2. Choose Function Management > Import. The Import dialog box is displayed.
  3. Select the function packages that you have copied and click OK.

  4. The system verifies and loads the function packages. After the function packages are successfully loaded, functions are displayed in the dialog box.


    If you import a function of an old version, the existing function will be overwritten. Functions incompatible with SmartKit will not be imported.

  5. Select the function packages you want to import and click Import.

Updated: 2019-02-01

Document ID: EDOC1100064211

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