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eLog V200R007C10 Installation Guide

Describes the installation process of product software. Includes plans, environmental requirements, and procedures for installation, as well as commissioning procedures.
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Connecting the Hardware

Connecting the Hardware

The hardware connection must be performed based on the description in this section. Otherwise, the installation fails.

Standalone Analyzer or Standalone Collector (Using Delivery-attached Disks)

Port Description:

  • The Mgmt port (iBMC port) is used to remotely connect and manage the server.
  • Besides the Mgmt port, the analyzer also has a web access port and a service port. The web access port is used to provide web services externally, exchange information with the collector, and enable users to access the eLog. The service port is used for service communications with other components, such as the collector. The web access port and service port can be the same port. If the log source and collector reside on different subnets, however, they can be two different ports.
  • Besides the Mgmt port, the collector also has a port for exchanging information with the analyzer and collecting logs reported by the log source.
  • In a centralized deployment scenario, besides the Mgmt port, the collector also has a web access port and a service port. The web access port is used to provide web services and for users to access the eLog, and the service port is used to collect logs reported by the log source. The web access port and service port can be the same port. If the log source and collector reside on different subnets, however, they can be two different ports.
Figure 3-1 Hardware cabling when the web access port and service port are the same
Figure 3-2 Hardware cabling when the web access port and service port are different

Standalone Collector (Using the External Disk Array)

  • Connection between the disk array and the server
    Figure 3-3 Connection between the disk array and the server
    NOTE:
    • The Mgmt management interface is used for remote connection and server management.
    • For the collector, the eth0 interface can be used as a service interface for exchanging information with the analyzer, and collecting logs from the log source. The IP address is the preinstalled IP address and can be modified according to the live network.
    • The line highlighted red in the diagram directly connects the eth3 interface of the host to the disk array using a network cable. The IP address of eth3 is automatically set during one-click auto setting. This IP address is temporary, unchangeable, and used by the host to automatically set the disk array. It becomes invalid after the OS restarts.
    • When connecting the server to the disk array, configure an independent HBA card for the collector. Only the server equipped with the HBA card provides the FC port used to connect to optical fibers.
  • Cascaded Disk Array

    If the disk space of a controller enclosure is insufficient, connect a disk enclosure to the controller enclosure to expand the available space of the disk array.

    From top to bottom in the figure, the first one is a disk enclosure, the second one is a controller enclosure, and the third and fourth ones are disk enclosures.

    • The following figure shows how a controller enclosure connects to three disk enclosures.
    • If a controller enclosure connects to only one disk enclosure, refer to the relationship between the first disk enclosure and the second controller enclosure.
    • If a controller enclosure connects to two disk enclosures, refer to the relationship between the second controller enclosure and the third and fourth disk enclosures.
    Figure 3-4 Cascaded disk array
    NOTE:
    • Each cascading cable must connect to an EXP port on one end and a PRI port on the other end.
    • After connecting a cascading cable, check whether the port indicator is steady on. If the indicator blinks or is off, the cable or module is faulty. Locate the fault according to the disk array product manual.
    • To remove a cascading cable, gently draw out the tab on the connector and then pull out the cable.
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Updated: 2019-04-01

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