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SmartKit V2R5C00RC9 User Guide 01

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Running SmartKit

Running SmartKit

After logging in to SmartKit, you can deploy, maintain, and upgrade storage devices through configuration. This section describes how to log in to the SmartKit. Descriptions and screenshots for SmartKit running on mid-range and entry-level storage devices are used as an example. For details about differences between SmartKit running on SVP environments of high-end storage devices and that running on mid-range and entry-level storage devices, see the corresponding part in this document.


  • You must have administrator rights to run some tools. Therefore, you are advised to run the SmartKit as an operating system administrator.


  1. Run SmartKit on the maintenance terminal.


    Step 2~Step 3 are dedicated to SmartKit running on mid-range and entry-level storage devices. In scenarios where SmartKit is running on SVP environments of high-end storage devices, a message will be displayed prompting you to enter the account and log in.

  2. Optional: If you use SmartKit for the first time, a usage guide page is displayed introducing major functions of SmartKit.

    1. Click Confirm. The Welcome to SmartKit page is displayed in the wizard describing the application fields and paths of the tool.
    2. Click. The wizard page displays the major functions of the former OceanStor Toolkit and tells you that SmartKit is fully compatible with the former OceanStor Toolkit.
    3. Click. The wizard page displays the home page of the tool and provides the O&M functions in services scenarios, covering the storage, server, and cloud computing fields.
    4. Click. The wizard page displays the device list. Once you add a device to the device list, you do not need to add the device when you perform operations later. You can also add devices in a batch.
    5. Click Start. The Operation Safety Precautions page is displayed. Read the safety precautions carefully. To download and view the authorization letter, click Authorization for Accessing the Customer's Network for Operation and Processing Data. To view the personal data, click Personal Data Description.

      Before using SmartKit, obtain the data processing authorization from the device administrator. If you want to take the service package generated by the tool away from a customer's site, delete the personal information that may be involved in the service package. For details, refer to the Personal Data Description.

    6. Click OK. The Identity Authentication page is displayed.

  3. Perform identity authentication.

    1. Enter your account for logging in to the Huawei enterprise or carrier technical support website and click Authenticate Now.
    2. Select your service field, including Enterprise and Carrier.
    3. You can also select Not Authenticate. In this case, you log in to SmartKit as a visitor and ToolStore is unavailable.

    If you want to use ToolStore, go to the ToolStore page or click Authenticate Now in the upper right corner for identity authentication.

Updated: 2019-02-01

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