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FusionCube HCI 3.2 vCenter Plug-in User Guide 01 (VMware vSphere)

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Host Management

Host Management

Before the operation, ensure that the vCenter server account information has been set. For details, see Setting a Communication Account.

WebUI Description

Function

On the Host Management Page, you can perform the following operations:

  • Mount volumes
  • Unmount volumes
  • View volume information
  • View storage path information
Parameter
Table 4-15 View Volume Information parameters

Parameter

Description

Volume name

Volume name.

Status

Volume status:

  • Mounted and mapped to a host
  • Not mounted but mapped to a host

Prefer path

Preferred path of the volume.

Current path

Current path of the volume.

Host group

Host group to which the volume belongs.

Table 4-16 View Storage Path parameters

Parameter

Description

iSCSI Server Location

Location of the iSCSI server.

Config status

Indicates whether storage path is configured for the server.

  • Dispose
  • Undispose

Status

Server status.

  • Active
  • Inactivtion
  • UnKnown

Mounting a Volume

Procedure
  1. Choose Home > Inventories > Hosts and Clusters.

    The Hosts and Clusters page is displayed.

  2. Right-click the target host, and choose FusionCube > Mount Volume.

    The Mount Volume dialog box is displayed.

  3. Select the format.
    NOTE:
    • VMware vSphere 6.0 supports only the vmfs5 format.
    • VMware vSphere 6.5 and later versions support vmfs5 and vmfs6 formats.
  4. Select the volume to be mounted.
  5. Click Mount.

    The progress is displayed.

  6. When the progress reaches 100%, click OK.
    NOTE:

    If the operation fails, click OK and try again.

Unmounting a Volume

NOTE:

This operation applies to the volumes that have been mapped to host groups but not been mounted.

Procedure
  1. Choose Home > Inventories > Hosts and Clusters.

    The Hosts and Clusters page is displayed.

  2. Right-click the target host, and choose FusionCube > Unmount Volume.

    The Unmount Volume dialog box is displayed.

  3. Select the volume to be unmounted.
  4. Click Unmount.

Viewing Volume Information

Procedure
  1. Choose Home > Inventories > Hosts and Clusters.

    The Hosts and Clusters page is displayed.

  2. Right-click the target host, and choose FusionCube > View Volume Information.

    The View Volume Information dialog box is displayed.

  3. View volume information.
    • If the storage path status is normal, close the View Volume Information dialog box.

    • If Inconsistent with the best path strategy, the volume is unevenly distributed on the local path is displayed, go to 4.

    NOTE:

    If the path selection strategy is set to a non-VMware Policy for the volume on the ESXi host, path information about the volume will not be displayed.

  4. Click Repair.
    The system performs automatic repair of the storage paths. The Information dialog box is displayed.
    • If the repair operation is successful, close the View Volume Information dialog box.
    • If the repair operation fails, contact Huawei technical support.

Viewing Storage Path

Procedure
  1. Choose Home > Inventories > Hosts and Clusters.

    The Hosts and Clusters page is displayed.

  2. Right-click the target host, and choose FusionCube > View Storage Path.

    The View Storage Path dialog box is displayed.

  3. View storage path information.
    • If the storage path status is normal, close the View Storage Path dialog box.

    • If the storage path status is Unconfigured storage paths exist, go to 4.

  4. Click Repair.
    The system performs automatic repair of the storage paths. The Information dialog box is displayed.
    • If the repair operation is successful, close the View Storage Path dialog box.
    • If the repair operation fails, contact Huawei technical support.
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