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Sun ZFS Storage 7000 System Administration Guide
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Preface

1.  Introduction

2.  Status

3.  Configuration

Configuration

Introduction

Initial

Initial Configuration

Prerequisites

Summary

BUI

Configuring Management Port

CLI

Performing Initial Configuration with the CLI

Network

Network Configuration

Devices

Datalinks

Interfaces

IP MultiPathing (IPMP)

Performance and Availability

Routing

Routing Entries

Routing Properties

BUI

Configuration

Addresses

Routing

CLI

Tasks

BUI

CLI

InfiniBand Upgrade Procedures for Q3.2010

Storage

Introduction

Configure

Configuration Rules and Guidelines

Verification

Allocation on SAS-1 Systems

Allocation on SAS-2 Systems

Profile Configuration

Import

Add

Unconfig

Scrub

Tasks

BUI

SAN

SAN

Terminology

Targets and Initiators

Target and Initiator Groups

BUI

CLI

Terms

SAN Terminology

FC

Fibre Channel

Target Configuration

Clustering Considerations

Initiator Configuration

Clustering Considerations

Performance Considerations

Troubleshooting

Queue Overruns

Link-level Issues

BUI

Changing modes of FC ports

Viewing discovered FC ports

Creating FC Initiator Groups

Associating a LUN with an FC initiator group

CLI

Changing modes of FC ports

Viewing discovered FC ports

Creating FC Initiator Groups

Associating a LUN with an FC initiator group

Scripting Aliases for Initiators and Initiator Groups

FCMPxIO

Configuring FC Client Multipathing

Configuring Solaris Initiators

Configuring Windows Initiators

Windows Tunables - Microsoft DSM Details

Configuring Linux Initiators

Configuring VMware ESX Initiators

Troubleshooting

See Also

iSCSI

Introduction

Target Configuration

Clustering Considerations

Initiator Configuration

Planning Client Configuration

Solaris iSCSI/iSER and MPxIO Considerations

Troubleshooting

Observing Performance

BUI

Creating an Analytics Worksheet

CLI

Adding an iSCSI target with an auto-generated IQN

Adding an iSCSI target with a specific IQN and RADIUS authentication

Adding an iSCSI initiator which uses CHAP authentication

Adding an iSCSI target group

Adding an iSCSI initiator group

SRP

Introduction

Target configuration

Clustering Considerations

Initiator configuration

Observing Performance

Multipathing Considerations

Linux with OFED SRP Initiator

OFED 1.5 Issues

VMWare 4.0

Path Selection Plugin (psp)

Storage Array Type Plugin (satp)

VMWare ESX 4.0 Issues

BUI

iSER Target Configuration

SRP Target Configuration

CLI

Users

Introduction

Roles

Authorizations

Properties

Users

Roles

BUI

CLI

Tasks

BUI

CLI

Generic

Preferences

Introduction

BUI

CLI

SSH Public Keys

Alerts

Introduction

Actions

Send Email

Send SNMP trap

Send Syslog Message

Resume/Suspend Dataset

Resume/Suspend Worksheet

Execute Workflow

Threshold Alerts

BUI

CLI

Tasks

BUI

Cluster

Clustering

Features and Benefits

Drawbacks

Terminology

Subsystem Design

Cluster Interconnect I/O

Resource Management Concepts

Takeover and Failback

Configuration Changes in a Clustered Environment

Clustering Considerations for Storage

Clustering Considerations for Networking

Clustering Considerations for Infiniband

Redundant Path Scenarios

Preventing 'Split-Brain' Conditions

Estimating and Reducing Takeover Impact

Setup Procedure

Node Cabling

JBOD Cabling

BUI

Unconfiguring Clustering

4.  Services

5.  Shares

6.  Analytics

7.  Integration

Glossary

Preferences

Introduction

This section contains preference settings for your locality, session properties, and SSH keys.

Property
Description
Initial login screen
First page the BUI will load after a successful login. By default this is the Status Dashboard.
Locality
C by default. C and POSIX Localities support only ASCII characters or plain text. ISO 8859-1 supports the following languages: Afrikaans, Basque, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Faeroese, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish.
Session timeout
Time after navigating away from the BUI that the browser will automatically logout the session
Current session annotation
Annotation text added to audit logs
Advanced analytics statistics
This will make available additional statistics in Analytics
SSH Public Keys
RSA/DSA public keys. Text comments can be associated with the keys to help administrators track why they were added. In the BUI, these keys apply only for the current user; to add keys for other users, use the CLI.

BUI

When logged into the BUI, you can set the above preferences for your account, but you cannot set other user account preferences.

CLI

Preferences may be set in the CLI under configuration users. The following example shows enabling advanced analytics for the "brendan" user account:

caji:> configuration users
caji:configuration users> select brendan
caji:configuration users brendan> preferences 
caji:configuration users brendan preferences> show
Properties:
                        locale = C
                  login_screen = status/dashboard
               session_timeout = 15
            advanced_analytics = false

Children:
                             keys => Manage SSH public keys

caji:configuration users brendan preferences> set advanced_analytics=true
            advanced_analytics = true (uncommitted)
caji:configuration users brendan preferences> commit

Set your own preferences in the CLI under configuration preferences. The following example shows setting a session annotation for your own account:

twofish:> configuration preferences 
twofish:configuration preferences> show
Properties:
                        locale = C
                  login_screen = status/dashboard
               session_timeout = 15
            session_annotation = 
            advanced_analytics = false

Children:
                             keys => Manage SSH public keys

twofish:configuration preferences> set session_annotation="Editing my user preferences"
            session_annotation = Editing my user preferences (uncommitted)
twofish:configuration preferences> commit

SSH Public Keys

These may be needed when automating the execution of CLI scripts from another host. The following shows the addition of an SSH key from the CLI:

caji:> configuration preferences keys
caji:configuration preferences keys> create
caji:configuration preferences key (uncommitted)> set type=DSA
caji:configuration preferences key (uncommitted)> set key="...DSA key text..."
                           key = ...DSA key text...== (uncommitted)
caji:configuration preferences key (uncommitted)> set comment="fw-log1"
                       comment = fw-log1 (uncommitted)
caji:configuration preferences key (uncommitted)> commit
caji:configuration preferences keys> show
Keys:

NAME     MODIFIED              TYPE   COMMENT                                  
key-000  10/12/2009 10:54:58   DSA    fw-log1

The key text is just the key text itself (usually hundreds of characters), without spaces.