To manually set the system date and time: In the Change Virtual Disk Name field, type a new name. Click Log Off at the bottom of the menu. Set the following options: Clearing all individual events is useful if you want to clear all the individual eventsettings so you can set up a new custom configuration. For a licensed feature that has aquantity limit, the panel shows the maximum quantity available with the license andthe baseline maximum quantity available without a license.
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A snap pool and its associated mastervolumes can be in different virtual disks, encloeure must be owned by the same controller. The file is transferred to the RAID controller where it is temporarily stored prior todownload to the enclosure.
How much modified write data will the snapshots have? Allowed characters include letters, numbers,hyphens, underscores, and spaces. To manage host-to-volume mappings: Page 27 Help MenuThe Help submenu in the Monitor menu provides the following options for gettingonline help: Subscription ServiceHP strongly recommends that customers sign up online using the Subscriber’schoice website: Page To view the event log: Access PrivilegesUser access privileges are based on the following user types: FieldVolume SpaceSpace for user data storage.
Page 53 Configuring Event NotificationYou can configure how and under what conditions the system alerts you whenspecific events occur.
To restore all defaults: Click Load Device Firmware File. Specify a name for the task. The snapshot service uses the single copy-on-write function to capture only datathat has changed. If the critical event category is selected, allcritical events cause a notification regardless of the individual critical eventselection.
To update disk drive firmware: Your license determines the maximum value. Hewlett-Packard Company makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the impliedwarranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Page 35 Deleting UsersYou can delete any user from the system, including the default users.
Adding a VolumeYou must have free space in snclosure virtual disk before you can add a volume. In the Schedules panel click a schedule name.
Select Manual Virtual Disk Creation. Page Qquarantined virtual disk, Rrackspecifying location, specifying number, RAID levelscomparison, descriptions, read-ahead cachechanging, 89displaying current configuration, enabling and disabling, 89rebuilding. Page 3 ContentsAbout This Guide.
The information that is shown varies, depending on the page. The Global Host List panel shows the node name, any controller ID and portnumbers through which the host has logged in, and the nickname if any for eachhost node. Disk Drive StatusTo view information about the drives in a virtual disk: Here’s what I can see from my SMH page: If a controller fails,the host loses access to the volumes owned by that controller. SNIA See also write-back cache, write-through cache.
System PanelThe System Panel at the bottom of each page includes system information, theoverall status of system components, controller information, and the Event Logicon.
Page 80 Managing SparesControllers in your system automatically reconstruct redundant fault-tolerant virtual disks RAID 1, 3, 5, 6, 10, and 50 if a virtual disk becomes critical and aproperly sized spare disk is available.
SIDSecondary controller identifier number. A drive enclosure that is directly attached to ahost. Expanding a virtual disk adds free space afterthe space used by existing volumes. The color codes are:
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