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OceanStor BCManager 6.5.0 eBackup Command Reference 01

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add protected_environment

add protected_environment

Function

Adds a protected environment.

Format

add protected_environment name protected_environment_type address username protocol [cert] [cert_path] [port=?]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

name

User-defined name of the protected environment.

The name contains a string of 1 to 128 characters which can only be letters, digits, Chinese characters, plus signs (+), underscores (_), hyphens (-), periods (.), and at signs (@).

protected_environment_type

Protected environment type.

The value can be:

  • VMware
  • FusionSphere
  • Storage

address

  • When protected_environment_type is VMware, the parameter is vCenter/ESX IP.
  • If multiple hosts are managed, enter the IP address of vCenter Server.If a single host is managed, enter the management IP address of the ESX host.
  • When protected_environment_type is FusionSphere, the parameter is VRM IP.
  • If FusionCompute is deployed in single-node mode, enter the management IP address of FusionCompute.
  • If FusionCompute is deployed in active-passive mode, enter the floating IP address of FusionCompute.
  • When protected_environment_type is Storage, the parameter is the management IP of the Storage.

The IP format is in dotted decimal notation.

username

When protected_environment_type is VMware, the parameter is the user name of logging in to the VMware vSphere web Client.

When protected_environment_type is FusionSphere, the parameter is the user name of the interface interconnection user that connects FusionCompute with the backup management system.

When protected_environment_type is Storage, the parameter is the name of super administrator for the Storage.

The length is 1 to 128 characters.

Password

When protected_environment_type is VMware, the parameter is the password of logging in to the VMware vSphere web Client.

When protected_environment_type is FusionSphere, the parameter is the password of the interface interconnection user that connects FusionCompute with the backup management system.

When protected_environment_type is Storage, the parameter is the password of super administrator for the Storage.

The length is 1 to 255 characters.

protocol

Protocol for the communication between the backup system and the management plane of the protected environment.

The value can be http_protocol or https_protocol. When protected_environment_type is VMware, the value can only is https_protocol.

Network security risks exist if http_protocol is used. Therefore, https_protocol is recommended.

cert

The certificate matching mode. This parameter is valid only when protocol is https_protocol.

The value can be AutoMatch or ManuallyUpload.

cert_path

Certificate path of the protected environment.

The length is 1 to 255 characters. none means not import the certificate.

port=?

Port for the communication between the backup system and the management plane of the protected environment.

The value is an integer ranging from 1 to 65535. The default values are as follows:

FusionSphere: When the protocol type is https_protocol, the default value is 7443; when the protocol type is http_protocol, the default value is 7070.

VMware: The default value is 443.

Storage: The default value is 8088.

Views

management

Level

Administrator

Usage Guidelines

None

Example

Add a protected environment whose name is f68.

management:/>add protected_environment f68 FusionSphere 192.168.10.11 user01 https_protocol AutoMatch port=7443 
Password:********** 
Command executed successfully. 

System Response

None

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Updated: 2019-04-26

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