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HP StorageWorks Disk Array XP operating
system conﬁguration guide: Windows
Part number: A5951-96194
ifth edition: June 2006
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Contents Preface . .......... ................... 5 Aboutthisguide.. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . 5 Intendedaudience. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . 5 Diskarrays . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . 5 Relateddocumentation .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . 5 Documentconventionsandsymbols .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . 6 HPtechnicalsupport ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . 7 Subscriptionservice ...
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Preface About this guide This guide provides information about: • Requirements and procedures for connecting an XP disk array or the SVS200 to a host system • Conﬁguring the disk array for use with the Windows 2000/2003 operating system Intended audience This guide is intended for system administrators with knowledge of: • Thehosthardware • Windows 2000/2003 operating system • XP disk arrays and/or the SVS200 Disk arrays Unless otherwise noted, the term “disk array” refers to these systems: • HP
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1 Installation You and your HP service representative each play a role in installation. Your HP service representative is responsible for installing the disk array and formatting the disk devices. You are responsible for conﬁguring the host server for the new devices with assistance from your HP service representative. Features and requirements Ask your HP service representative about the latest supported hardware and software. has the following features: The disk array • Storage capacity. The s
Fibre Channel interface The XP family of disk arrays and the SVS200 support these Fibre Channel elements: • Connection speeds of 1 Gbps, 2 Gbps, and 4 Gbps (XP12000/XP10000 only) • Short-wave non-OFC (open ﬁber control) optical interface • Multimode optical cables with SC or LC connectors • Public or private arbitrated loop (FC-AL) or direct fabric attach Even though the interface is Fibre Channel, this guide uses the term “SCSI disk” because disk array devices are deﬁned to the host as SCSI dis
SNMP conﬁguration The XP family of disk arrays and the SVS200 support standard Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) for remotely managing arrays. The SNMP agent on the service processor (SVP) performs error-reporting operations requested by the SNMP manager. SNMP properties are usually set from the SVP but they can also be set remotely using Command View (XP arrays only), Remote Web Console, or Command View XP Advanced Edition. Refer to the applicable user’s guide for procedures. RAID Manag
Installation procedures Perform these actions to install and conﬁgure the disk array: 1. Install and conﬁgure the disk array • Setting the host mode and host group mode • Setting the System Option Mode • Conﬁguring the Fibre Channel ports 2. Install and conﬁgure the host • Loading the OS and software • Installing and conﬁguring the HBAs • Fabric zoning and LUN security 3. Connect the disk array • Deﬁning the paths • Verifying the host recognizes array devices 4. Conﬁgure disk devices • Writing s
Setting the host mode and host group mode for the disk array ports After the disk array is installed, you must set the host mode for each disk array port to match the host OS. Set the host mode using LUN Manager in Remote Web Console (shown), Command View (XP arrays only), or Command View XP Advanced Edition. If these are not available, the HP service representative can set the host mode using the SVP. TheavailablehostmodesettingsforWindows2000/2003areasfollows: Description Host mode 2C (availab
When a new host group is added, additional host group modes (options) may be conﬁgured. The storage administrator must verify if an additional host group mode is required for the host group. The following host group modes are available for Windows 2000/2003: Host Group Mode Function Default Comments 2 Inactive VERITAS DBE+RAC Database (Windows Edition/Advanced Cluster for Real 2003 only) Application Clusters or VERITAS® Cluster Server 4.0 with I/O fencing is used. Inactive 6 Parameter Setting Fa
Conﬁguring the Fibre Channel ports Conﬁgure the disk array Fibre Channel ports by using Remote Web Console (shown), Command View (XP arrays only), or Command View XP Advanced Edition. Select the settings for each port based on your storage area network topology. Use switch zoning if you connect different types of hosts to the array through the same switch. Fibre address In fabric environments, the port addresses are assigned automatically. In arbitrated loop environments, set the port addresses
Fabric and connection parameter settings Set each array port to FABRIC ON or OFF with connections of POINT-TO-POINT or FC-AL as shown in the following table and ﬁgures. For detailed topology information, refer to the HP StorageWorks SAN Design Reference Guide on the www.hp.com website. Connection parameter Fabric parameter Provides OFF FC-AL NL-port (private arbitrated loop) ON FC-AL FL-port (public loop) for loop connection to a switch ON POINT-TO-POINT N-port (fabric port) for connection to a
Cross-referencing HBAs Thefollowingtableidentiﬁes both the HP part number and the HBA manufacturer’s number for common HBAs. HP part OEM partner OEM adapter Family (*1) KGPSA-CB Emulex LP8000 1 FCA2355 LP9002DC 1 Emulex FCA2101 Emulex LP952 1 LP982 2 FCA2408 / A7298A Emulex FCA2404 / AB232A Emulex LP9802 2 FCA2404DC LP9802DC 2 Emulex A7388A / AB467A Emulex LP1050 3 LP1050DC 3 A7387A / AB466A Emulex A7560A Emulex LP1050EX 3 None LP10000 3 Emulex FCA2142/A8002A Emulex LPe11002 6 LPe1150 6 FCA2242/
Fabric zoning and LUN security By using appropriate zoning and LUN security, you can connect various servers with various operating systems to the same switch and fabric: • Storage port zones may overlap if more than one operating system needs to share an array port. • Heterogeneous operating systems may share an XP array port if you use Secure Manager and set the appropriate host group and mode. All others must connect to a dedicated XP array port. • Use Secure Manager for LUN isolation when mu
Connect the disk array The HP representative connects the cables between the array and the host or between the array and the SAN. Deﬁning the paths Use Remote Web Console (shown), Command View (XP arrays only), or Command View XP Advanced Edition to deﬁne paths (LUNs) between hosts and volumes in the disk array. This process is also called “LUN mapping.” In Remote Web Console and Command View, LUN mapping includes: • Conﬁguring ports • Enabling LUN security on the ports • Creating host groups •
Verifying the host recognizes array devices 1. Log into the host as an administrator. 2. Right-click the My Computer desktop icon, and click Manage. 3. Click Device Manager. 4. Click SCSI and RAID Controllers. 5. Click the host bus adapter to open it, and verify all devices are displayed. 6. Click each device, click Properties, and then click Settings. 7. Record the device information on the worksheet in Appendix A. Conﬁgure disk devices Disk arrays are conﬁguredusingthesameprocedureforconﬁgurin
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