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Sun ZFS Storage 7120, 7320, and 7420 Appliance Installation Guide
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Preface

1.  Introduction

Overview

Introduction

Controllers

Expansion Storage

Protocols

Key Features

Data Services

Availability

Browser User Interface (BUI)

Command Line Interface (CLI)

2.  Installation

3.  Cabling

4.  Powering On and Configuring the System

Glossary

Overview

image:Sun 7210 Unified Storage System

Introduction

The Sun ZFS Storage 7000 family of products provide efficient file and block data services to clients over a network, and a rich set of data services that can be applied to the data stored on the system.

Controllers

Legacy platforms: 7110 | 7210 | 7310 | 7410

Expansion Storage

Legacy platforms: J4400/J4500

Protocols

Sun ZFS Storage appliances include support for a variety of industry-standard client protocols, including:

Key Features

Sun ZFS Storage systems also include new technologies to deliver the best storage price/performance and unprecedented observability of your workloads in production, including:

Data Services

To manage the data that you export using these protocols, you can configure your Sun ZFS Storage system using the built-in collection of advanced data services, including:

LICENSE NOTICE: Remote Replication and Cloning may be evaluated free of charge, but each feature requires that an independent license be purchased separately for use in production. After the evaluation period, these features must either be licensed or deactivated. Oracle reserves the right to audit for licensing compliance at any time. For details, refer to the "Oracle Software License Agreement ("SLA") and Entitlement for Hardware Systems with Integrated Software Options."

Availability

To maximize the availability of your data in production, Sun ZFS Storage appliances include a complete end-to-end architecture for data integrity, including redundancies at every level of the stack. Key features include:

Browser User Interface (BUI)

image:Storage configuration

The browser user interface

The BUI is the graphical tool for administration of the appliance. The BUI provides an intuitive environment for administration tasks, visualizing concepts, and analyzing performance data.

The management software is designed to be fully featured and functional on a variety of web browsers.

Direct your browser to the system using either the IP address or host name you assigned to the NET-0 port during initial configuration as follows: https://ipaddress:215 or https://hostname:215. The login screen appears.

The online help linked in the top right of the BUI is context-sensitive. For every top-level and second-level screen in the BUI, the associated help page appears when you click the Help button.

Command Line Interface (CLI)

The CLI is designed to mirror the capabilities of the BUI, while also providing a powerful scripting environment for performing repetitive tasks. The following sections describe details of the CLI. When navigating through the CLI, there are two principles to be aware of:

You can combine these two principles, as follows:

dory:> help tab 
builtins    commands    general     help        properties  script