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SmartKit V2R5C00RC9 User Guide 01

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Installing SmartKit

Installing SmartKit

This section describes the preparations and methods for SmartKit installation. Before the installation, obtain the SmartKit installation package at Huawei technical support website.

Prerequisites

  • The system operating environment meets the requirements before installing SmartKit. Table 2-1
    Table 2-1 Environment requirements

    Configuration Item

    Configuration Requirement

    Description

    Supported operating systems

    • Windows XP 32-bit
    • Windows 7 32-bit
    • Windows Server 2008 32-bit
    • Windows 7 64-bit
    • Windows Server 2008 64-bit
    • Windows Server 2012 64-bit
    • Windows Server 2016 64-bit
    • Windows 10 64-bit

    The following tools do not support 64-bit operating systems:

    • Default Management IP Address Modification Tool
    • Unified Storage Deployment

    Recommended JRE version

    JRE 1.8.0.112 32-bit

    The JRE included in the software package is used by default.

    SmartKit is run by 32-bit JRE on both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems.

    Operating systems of some early versions do not support JRE 1.8.0.112. Upgrade the operating system to the latest version.

    CPU

    Dual-core 2.4 GHz or higher

    If SmartKit is installed on VMs, the CPU frequency required by the VMs needs to be at least 2.4 GHz.

    Memory

    More than 400 MB of available memory space

    If SmartKit is installed on VMs, the memory space required by the VMs needs to be at least 400 MB.

    Disk space

    More than 2 GB of available disk space on the disk partition where SmartKit is installed

    -

    Screen resolution

    1024 x 768 or higher

    -

    Web browser

    Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 8, Internet Explorer 9, and Internet Explorer 10

    Used to view the inspection report.

    Maximum number of managed devices

    256

    -

NOTE:

In SmartKit, devices supported vary with functions. After a function runs, you can click List of Supported Devices in the Add Devices or Select Devices step to view the supported device models and versions.

  • Before using SmartKit, make sure that you have the permission to use the functions.

    Table 2-2 lists the user permission required for connecting to storage arrays.

    Table 2-2 User permission required

    Function

    Permission Level

    Protocol and Port

    Description

    Unified Storage Deployment

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    -

    Disk Deployment Commissioning

    N/A

    TLV: 8080

    -

    Default Management IP Address Modification Tool

    Administrator

    SSH: 22

    -

    Patch Tool

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    TLV: 8080

    -

    Cross Version Upgrade

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    TLV: 8080

    -

    Expansion

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    TLV: 8080/19001

    REST: 8088

    -

    Upgrade

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    SFTP: 22

    TLV: 8080

    REST: 8088

    -

    Historical Performance Monitoring

    Super administrator

    SFTP: 22

    TLV: 8080

    -

    CRU Replacement

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    TLV: 8080/19001

    REST: 8088

    -

    FRU Replacement

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    TLV: 8080/19001

    REST: 8088

    -

    Log Analysis

    N/A

    -

    No applicable if no device is connected.

    Upgrade Evaluation Tool

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    TLV: 8080

    -

    Information Collection

    Read-only user

    SSH: 22

    Some inspection items require the permission of an administrator or super administrator.

    Inspection

    Read-only user

    SSH: 22

    TLV: 19001

    Some inspection items require the permission of an administrator or super administrator.

    Disk Firmware Upgrade

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    -

    Disk Health Analysis

    N/A

    -

    No applicable if no device is connected.

    SmartKit Frame

    N/A

    -

    No applicable if no device is connected.

    OEM Tool

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    -

    CLIDK

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    -

    Storage Solution Deployment

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    -

    Storage Maintenance Tool OEM

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    TLV: 8080/19001

    -

    Huawei Data Reduction Estimation Tool

    N/A

    -

    No applicable if no device is connected.

    InfoGrab

    Super administrator

    SSH: 22

    JDBC: 1521, 1433, 3306, 5000, or 50000

    Some collection items require the root permission.

    NOTE:

    When SmartKit communicates with OceanStor S5300&S5500&S5600&2600&2300&2100 and Dorado2100 devices, a communication protocol with potential risks may be used.

Table 2-3 shows the permission for using tools in SmartKit.

Table 2-3 Permission for using tools in SmartKit

Type

Scenario

Tool

Field

Huawei engineer

Channel/Partner

Customer

Visitor (uses tools by importing them in offline mode without time restriction)

Deployment tool

Installation and configuration

Default Management IP Address Modification Tool

Storage

×

Customization

Unified Storage Deployment

Storage

×

Maintenance tool

Routine maintenance

Inspection

Storage

Information Collection

Storage

InfoGrab

Storage

×

Disk Health Analysis

Storage

×

Troubleshooting

Log Analysis

Storage

×

×

Historical Performance Monitoring

Storage

×

Parts replacement

FRU Replacement

Storage

×

CRU Replacement

Storage

Upgrade tool

Capacity expansion

Capacity Expansion

Storage

×

Upgrade/Patch installation

Upgrade Evaluation Tool

Storage

×

Device Upgrade Tool

Storage

×

Patch Tool

Storage

×

Cross-version upgrade

Storage

×

Disk Firmware Upgrade

Storage

×

Scenario-based tasks

Routine maintenance

Basic Inspection

-

In-depth Inspection

-

Upgrade

Upgrade Consultant

-

Pre-upgrade Site Survey

-

Device Upgrade

-

Hot Patch Installation

-

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

-

NOTE:
  • Based on the permission owned by different SmartKit users, SmartKit users fall into Huawei engineer, Channel/Partner, Customer, and Visitor. Symbol "√" indicates that the user has the permission to use the tool, and symbol "×" indicates that the user does not have the permission to use the tool.
  • Visitors do not have corresponding accounts. When you log in to SmartKit, on the Identity Authentication page that is displayed, select Authenticate Later and go to the SmartKit GUI, and you are using tools as Visitor.
  • If you log in to SmartKit as Visitor, you can use functions only by importing function packages in offline mode.
  • You have applied for an account with the permission to download installation packages from the Huawei technical support website.
NOTE:

To successfully download SmartKit, ensure that the account you are using is correct. Different packages are displayed based on accounts of different permission levels.

Context

The SmartKit installation package contains only the toolbox and a few functions. To install specific functions, go to the Function Management page. To prevent multiple SmartKit programs from running on your computer, you are advised to start the installation program after SmartKit programs run by other users are closed.

Procedure

  1. Connect cables and deploy the network environment.

    1. Use Ethernet cables to directly or indirectly (through switches) connect the maintenance terminal where SmartKit is installed to the management network ports of the storage system.
    2. Configure the network port IP address and subnet mask of the maintenance terminal so that the maintenance terminal can access the storage system.
    NOTE:

    You are advised to set the network port IP address of the maintenance terminal and the management network port IP address of the storage system in the same network segment. If the IP addresses are not in the same network segment, configure a router to ensure that the maintenance terminal can correctly communicate with the storage system.

  2. Download the SmartKit installation package.

    1. Log in to the Huawei enterprise technical support website at http://support.huawei.com/enterprise/?lang=en.
    2. Click Login in the upper right corner of the home page.

      The login page is displayed.

    3. Enter the user ID or email address and password, and click Log In.
    4. In the search box, enter keyword SmartKit. Select the suggested path to go to the SmartKit documentation page.
    5. Click Software & Tools. On the page that is displayed, select the latest version to go to the software download page.
    6. Copy the SmartKit installation package to the maintenance terminal where you want to install it.

  3. Install SmartKit.

    1. Double-click the installation package to install SmartKit.

      The Welcome page is displayed.

    2. Click Next.

      The License Agreement dialog box is displayed.

    3. Select I accept the agreement, and click Next.

      The Select Destination Location dialog box is displayed.

    4. Click Browse... to set the installation path of SmartKit and click Next.
    5. Select a role for using SmartKit and click Next.

      The Ready to Install page is displayed.

      NOTE:
      • The default installation path is C:\Huawei SmartKit. If you want to install the software in the default path, click Next to skip this step.
      • The installation path can contain only letters, digits, underscores (_), or a single space.
    6. Click Install to install SmartKit.

      After the installation is complete, the Completing the SmartKit Setup Wizard page is displayed.

    7. Click Finish.
    NOTE:

    You can select Create desktop shortcut to create a desktop shortcut icon.You can also select Launch SmartKit to start SmartKit immediately.

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Updated: 2019-02-01

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