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Guide for Interworking Between HUAWEI CloudFabric Solution and Redhat OpenStack

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Configuring CPU and RAID Parameters

Configuring CPU and RAID Parameters

Configuring CPU Parameters

  1. Log in to the target server.
  2. Open a browser, enter https://RH2288 MBR IP address (for example, 172.24.2.23/24) in the address box and press Enter. The login page is displayed. Enter the user name root and the password Huawei12#$, and click Log In.

  3. On the HMM Web page, click Remote Control, and then click Remote Virtual Console (shared mode) or Remote Virtual Console (private mode).

  4. Enable the CPU virtualization function.

    1. Press Delete repeatedly when the system is powered on. The BIOS interface is automatically displayed.

    2. Select Advanced, select CPU IIO, and press Enter.

    3. Select Intel@ VT for Directed I/O (VT-d) and press Enter.

    4. Select Enabled for Isoc, Interrupt Remapping, PassThrough DMA, and ATS.

    5. Press F10 and select Yes to save changes and restart the system.

Configuring the RAID

  1. When the screen shown in the following figure is displayed, press Ctrl+C. The RAID screen is displayed.

  2. Press Enter. The RAID main screen is displayed.

  3. Select RAID Properties and press Enter.

  4. Select View Existing Volume and press Enter. The RAID group screen is displayed. If this option is unavailable, skip this step and access the RAID group creation screen.
  5. After the corresponding RAID group is displayed, select Manage Volume and press Enter.

  6. Select Delete Volume to delete the RAID group.

  7. Press y to confirm the deletion.

  8. The system displays information indicating that the RAID group is being deleted. Then, the main screen is displayed.

  9. Select RAID Properties and press Enter.

  10. Select the RAID level based on the disk configuration and plan. In this project, select RAID 0.

  11. Select disks and press the Space bar to confirm.
  12. After the required number of disks are selected, press C to create the RAID group.
  13. Select Save changes then exit this menu and press Enter.

  14. The system creates the RAID group. After the creation is complete, the main screen is displayed.

  15. Press Esc to exit the RAID main screen.

  16. Select Exit the Configuration Utility and Reboot. The system completes RAID group creation and restarts.

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Updated: 2019-03-25

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