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Oracle® ZFS Storage Appliance Customer Service Manual

For ZS3-x, 7x20 Controllers, and DE2-24, Sun Disk Shelves

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Using This Documentation

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Hardware Maintenance

Chapter 3 System Maintenance

System

Introduction

System Disks

Support Bundles

Managing Support Bundles Using the BUI

Generating and Uploading a Support Bundle Using the BUI

Support Bundle Options

Managing Support Bundles Using the CLI

Initial Setup

Factory Reset

Updates

System Updates

Software Update Notification

Scheduling Software Notification Using the BUI

Scheduling Software Notification Using the CLI

Checking for Updates Using the BUI

Checking for Updates Using the CLI

System Update Overview

Preconditions

Update Health Checks

BUI

CLI

Troubleshooting Update Health Check Failures

Actions to Take to Resolve Health Check Alerts

Resolution Steps

Steps for Resolving Health Check Alerts

Deferred Updates

Reboot After an Update

Hardware Firmware Updates

Rollback

Fail-safe Rollback

Cluster Upgrade

Performing the Cluster Upgrade

Cluster States During Upgrade

Updating via the BUI

Unpacking and Verifying Media

Beginning the Upgrade

Rolling Back

Removing Update Media

Applying Deferred Updates

Updating via the CLI

Unpacking and Verifying Media

Beginning an Upgrade

Rolling Back

Removing Update Media

Applying Deferred Updates (CLI)

Passthrough x

Passthrough-x Deferred Update

User Quotas

User Quotas Deferred Update

COMSTAR

COMSTAR Deferred Update

Triple Parity RAID

Triple-Parity RAID Deferred Update

Dedup

Data Deduplication Deferred Update

Replication

Replication Deferred Update

Received Properties

Received Properties Deferred Update

Slim ZIL

Introduction

Snapshot Deletion

Snapshot Deletion Deferred Update

Recursive Snapshots

Recursive Snapshots Deferred Update

Multi Replace

Multi Replace Deferred Update

RAIDZ Mirror

RAIDZ/Mirror Deferred Update

Optional Child Dir

Introduction

Multiple Initiator Groups per LUN

Introduction

Support for Large Block Sizes

Support for Large Block Sizes

Sequential Resilvering

Sequential Resilvering

ConfigurationBackup

Configuration Backup

Backup Contents

Restore Impact

Security Considerations

Managing Configuration Backups Using the BUI

Create a Configuration Backup

Restore from a Saved Configuration

Delete a Saved Configuration

Export a Saved Configuration

Import a Saved Configuration

Managing Configuration Backups Using the CLI

Listing Configurations

Create a Configuration Backup

Restore from a Saved Configuration

Delete a Saved Configuration

Export a Saved Configuration

Import a Saved Configuration

Problems

Problems

Active Problems Display

Repairing problems

Related features

Logs

Logs

Alerts

Faults

System

Audit

Phone Home

BUI

Viewing Logs

Exporting Logs

CLI

Listing Logs

Viewing a Log

Viewing All Log Entries

Viewing Groups of Log Entries

Viewing Entry Details

Exporting Logs

Maintenance Workflows

Using Workflows

Workflow Execution Context

Workflow Parameters

Constrained Parameters

Optional Parameters

Workflow Error Handling

Workflow Input Validation

Workflow Execution Auditing

Workflow Execution Reporting

Versioning

Appliance Versioning

Workflow Versioning

Workflows as Alert Actions

Alert Action Execution Context

Auditing Alert Actions

Using Scheduled Workflows

Using the CLI

Coding the Schedule

Example: Device Type Selection

BUI

CLI

Downloading Workflows

Viewing Workflows

Executing Workflows

Workflow Parameters

Workflows that do not operate on input have limited scope; many workflows need to be parameterized to be useful. This is done by adding a parameters member to the global workflow object. The parameters member is in turn an object that is expected to have a member for each parameter. Each parameters member must have the following members:

Table 3-12  Required Workflow Parameter Members
Required Member
Type
Description
label
String
Label to adorn input of workflow parameter
type
String
Type of workflow parameter

The type member must be set to one of these types:

Table 3-13  Member Type Names
Type Name
Description
Boolean
A boolean value
ChooseOne
One of a number of specified values
EmailAddress
An e-mail address
File
A file to be transferred to the ZFSSA
Host
A valid host, as either a name or dotted decimal
HostName
A valid hostname
HostPort
A valid, available port
Integer
An integer
NetAddress
A network address
NodeName
A name of a network node
NonNegativeInteger
An integer that is greater than or equal to zero
Number
Any number -- including floating point
Password
A password
Permissions
POSIX permissions
Port
A port number
Size
A size
String
A string
StringList
A list of strings

Based on the specified types, an appropriate input form is generated when the workflow is executed. For example, here is a workflow that has two parameters, the name of a business unit (to be used as a project) and the name of a share (to be used as the share name):

var workflow = {
       name: 'New share',
       description: 'Creates a new share in a business unit',
       parameters: {
               name: {
                       label: 'Name of new share',
                       type: 'String'
               },
               unit: {
                       label: 'Business unit',
                       type: 'String'
               }
       },
       execute: function (params) {
               run('shares select ' + params.unit);
               run('filesystem ' + params.name);
               run('commit');
               return ('Created new share "' + params.name + '"');
       }
};

If you upload this workflow and execute it, you are prompted with a dialog box to fill in the name of the share and the business unit. When the share has been created, a message is generated that indicates the creation.