OnCommand® Cloud Manager 3.3
Updating and Administering Cloud
Manager
October 2017 | 215-12283_C0
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Table of Contents | 3
Contents
Updating Cloud Manager ............................................................................ 4
Enabling automatic updates ........................................................................................ 4
Updating Cloud Manager to the latest version ............................................................ 4
Updating Cloud Manager with a patch ....................................................................... 5
Backing up Cloud Manager ......................................................................... 6
Removing ONTAP Cloud working environments ..................................... 7
Managing Cloud Manager user accounts .................................................. 8
Understanding user roles ............................................................................................. 8
Setting up Cloud Manager to work with AD user accounts ........................................ 9
Creating user accounts ................................................................................................ 9
Editing user accounts ................................................................................................ 11
Deleting user accounts .............................................................................................. 11
Managing encryption settings for ONTAP Cloud ................................... 12
Renewing the Cloud Manager certificate .................................................................. 12
Managing available key managers and CA certificates ............................................. 12
Configuring Cloud Manager settings ....................................................... 14
Choosing how storage capacity decisions are made ................................................. 14
Configuring Cloud Manager to use a proxy server ................................................... 15
Modifying aggregate capacity thresholds .................................................................. 15
Modifying the maximum autosize for volumes ........................................................ 16
Enabling automatic updates ...................................................................................... 17
Managing HTTPS certificates for secure access ...................................... 18
Installing an HTTPS certificate for secure access ..................................................... 18
Renewing the Cloud Manager HTTPS certificate ..................................................... 19
Troubleshooting Cloud Manager and ONTAP Cloud ............................. 20
Restoring Cloud Manager from a backup ................................................................. 20
Uninstalling Cloud Manager ..................................................................... 22
Copyright information ............................................................................... 23
Trademark information ............................................................................. 24
How to send comments about documentation and receive update
notifications ............................................................................................ 25
Index ............................................................................................................. 26
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Updating Cloud Manager
You can update Cloud Manager to the latest version or with a patch that NetApp personnel shared
with you.
Choices
• Enabling automatic updates on page 4
• Updating Cloud Manager to the latest version on page 4
• Updating Cloud Manager with a patch on page 5
Enabling automatic updates
Cloud Manager can automatically update itself to the latest maintenance or minor release whenever a
new version is available. This ensures that you are running the latest version.
About this task
Cloud Manager automatically updates at 12:00 midnight if no operations are running.
Steps
1. In the upper right of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then select
Settings.
2. Select the checkbox under Automatic Cloud Manager Updates and then click Save.
Updating Cloud Manager to the latest version
You should enable automatic updates to Cloud Manager, but you can always do a manual update
directly from the web console. Cloud Manager obtains the software update from a NetApp-owned S3
bucket in AWS.
Before you begin
You should have reviewed what is new in the release to identify new requirements and changes in
support.
What's new in OnCommand Cloud Manager
About this task
The software update takes a few minutes. Cloud Manager will not be available during the update.
Steps
1. Check whether a new version is available by looking at the lower-right corner of the console:
2. If a new version is available, click Timeline to determine whether any tasks are in progress.
If any tasks are in progress, wait for them to finish before you proceed to the next step.
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3. In the lower-right of the console, click New version available.
4. On the Cloud Manager Software Update page, click Update next to the version that you want.
5. Complete the confirmation dialog box, and then click OK:
a. Keep the option to download a backup because you can use it to restore your Cloud Manager
configuration, if necessary.
b. Read the terms and conditions, and then select the I read and approve the terms and
conditions (EULA) check box.
6. When prompted, save the Cloud Manager backup.
Result
Cloud Manager starts the update process. You can log in to the console after a few minutes.
Updating Cloud Manager with a patch
If NetApp shared a patch with you, you can update Cloud Manager with the supplied patch directly
from the Cloud Manager web console.
About this task
The patch update typically takes a few minutes. Cloud Manager will not be available during the
update.
Steps
1. In the upper-right hand corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and
then select Update.
2. Click the link to update Cloud Manager with the supplied patch.
3. Complete the confirmation dialog box and then click OK:
a. Keep the option to download a backup enabled because you can use it to restore your Cloud
Manager configuration, if necessary.
b. Read the terms and conditions and then select the I read and approve the terms and
conditions (EULA) check box.
4. Select the patch that you were provided.
5. When prompted, save the Cloud Manager backup.
Result
Cloud Manager applies the patch. You can log in to the console after a few minutes.
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Backing up Cloud Manager
It is a good practice to back up the Cloud Manager database on a periodic basis. If you experience
problems, you can restore Cloud Manager from a previous backup.
Steps
1. In the upper right of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then select
Tools.
2. Click Backup:
3. When prompted, save the backup file to a secure location so that you can retrieve it when needed.
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Removing ONTAP Cloud working environments
The Cloud Manager Admin can remove an ONTAP Cloud working environment, which removes the
working environment from Cloud Manager but does not delete it. You can later rediscover the
working environment. This action enables you to move a working environment and troubleshoot
discovery issues.
About this task
Removing a working environment from Cloud Manager enables you to do the following:
•
Rediscover it in another tenant
•
Rediscover it from another Cloud Manager system
•
Rediscover it if you had problems during the initial discovery
Steps
1. In the upper-right corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then
select Tools.
2. From the Tools page, click Launch.
3. Select the ONTAP Cloud working environment that you want to remove.
4. On the Review and Approve page, click Go.
Result
Cloud Manager removes the working environment. Users can rediscover this working environment
from the Working Environments page at any time.
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Managing Cloud Manager user accounts
Each Cloud Manager user has access to the Users page. Users can modify their own user account and
other accounts, if they have appropriate privileges. Privileges are defined by the user's role.
Understanding user roles
Each Cloud Manager user account is assigned a role that defines permissions.
Task
Cloud Manager
Admin
Tenant Admin
Working Environment
Admin
Manage tenants
Yes
No
No
Manage working
environments
Yes
Yes, for the assigned
tenant
Yes, for assigned
working environments
Integrate a working
environment with
Cloud Sync
Yes
Yes
No
View data replication
status
Yes
Yes, for the assigned
tenant
Yes, for assigned
working environments
View the timeline
Yes
Yes
Yes
Create and delete user
accounts
Yes
Yes, for the assigned
tenant
No
Modify user accounts
Yes
Yes, for the assigned
tenant
Yes, for their own
account
Switch between the
Storage System View
and the Volume View
Yes
No
No
Modify settings
Yes
No
No
View and manage the
Support Dashboard
Yes
No
No
Back up and restore
Cloud Manager
Yes
No
No
Remove a working
environment
Yes
No
No
Update Cloud
Manager
Yes
No
No
Set up encryption
Yes
No
No
Install an HTTPS
certificate
Yes
No
No
Set up Active
Directory
Yes
No
No
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Setting up Cloud Manager to work with AD user accounts
Rather than create new credentials for each Cloud Manager user account, you can set up Cloud
Manager so users can log in using your organization's Active Directory (AD) authentication.
Steps
1. In the upper right of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then select
Active Directory Setup.
2. Enter details about your Active Directory server and then click Save:
Field
Description
Host
Enter the fully qualified domain name for the Active Directory server.
Port
Enter the TCP port that the Active Directory server uses for LDAP.
User Name and
Password
Enter the user name and password for an Active Directory user account,
and then click Test Connectivity.
After you finish
Create new user accounts in Cloud Manager by selecting the Active Directory authentication type.
Creating user accounts
If multiple people in your organization need to use Cloud Manager, then you need to create Cloud
Manager user accounts for each user. You can create several types of users: Cloud Manager
administrators, tenant administrators, and working environment administrators.
Steps
1. In the upper right corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the user icon, and then select Users.
2. In the Users page, click New User.
3. In the New User page, specify details for the new user account.
Most of the fields in this page are self-explanatory. The following table describes fields for which
you might need guidance:
Field
Description
Authentication
Type
Select Cloud Manager to create a user account internal to Cloud Manager or
select Active Directory if Cloud Manager was set up to work with your
organization's Active Directory user accounts.
Email Address
Enter the email address that the user must use to log in to Cloud Manager.
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Field
Description
Role
Select one of the three roles:
•
•
•
Cloud Manager Admin: Administers the product and has access to all
tenants and working environments.
Tenant Admin: Administers a single tenant. Can create and manage all
working environments and users in the tenant.
Working Environment Admin: Administers one or more working
environments in a tenant.
When you create a Working Environment Admin user, you need to assign the
user to a tenant and, optionally, a working environment. If the selected tenant
does not have a working environment, you can modify the assigned working
environments later.
Note: Working Environment Admin users automatically have privileges to
the working environments that they create.
AWS Access
Key and Secret
Key
Enter the access key and secret key assigned to the user in AWS, unless you
associated an IAM role with the Cloud Manager instance.
Cloud Manager uses the keys to perform AWS actions on the user's behalf.
Identity and Access Management (IAM) users must have specific AWS
permissions. You can use a NetApp-provided IAM policy that includes the
required permissions.
NetApp OnCommand Cloud Manager: AWS and Azure Policies
AWS Cost S3
Bucket
Optionally enter the S3 bucket that contains detailed billing reports.
Giving Cloud Manager access to detailed billing reports enables users to see
AWS storage and compute costs associated with ONTAP Cloud.
If you are using AWS consolidated billing and you specified AWS keys, you
do not need to specify the bucket each time you create a user account. You
just specify the bucket for one Cloud Manager user account that corresponds
to an IAM user created under the AWS payer account, or the payer account
itself.
Azure
Permissions
Enter the application ID and Azure key for the Active Directory service
principal, the subscription ID for the user, and the Active Directory tenant ID
for your organization. Cloud Manager needs this information to log in
programmatically to Azure.
4. Click Save.
Result
Cloud Manager creates the user account. The user can now log in to Cloud Manager.
Related information
Getting up and running: Granting Azure permissions to Cloud Manager
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Editing user accounts
You can modify Cloud Manager user accounts by changing the user's name and email address, by
resetting the user's password, by changing the AWS and Azure permissions associated with the
account, and by changing the S3 cost bucket in which detailed billing reports are stored.
About this task
You cannot change the account type when you edit a user account. If you want to change between a
Cloud Manager and Active Directory (AD) account, then you must create a new user account and
then delete the previous account.
Steps
1. In the upper-right corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the user icon, and then select
Users.
2. Select the menu icon next to the user's name and then click Edit.
3. In the Edit User page, modify the user account and then click Save.
Deleting user accounts
You can delete a user account, as long as no working environments created by that user exist. For
example, if a user created an ONTAP Cloud working environment, you cannot delete that user's
account until you delete the working environment.
About this task
You can delete a user account that is assigned to a working environment that the user did not create.
Steps
1. In the upper-right corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the user icon, and then select
Users.
2. Hover over the user's name, select the menu icon, and then click Delete.
3. Click OK to confirm.
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Managing encryption settings for ONTAP Cloud
You might need to periodically manage Cloud Manager encryption settings to ensure that ONTAP
Cloud systems in AWS can communicate with key managers. The tasks include renewing the Cloud
Manager intermediate CA certificate if it is about to expire, and managing the key managers and CA
certificates available to ONTAP Cloud systems.
Related information
Learning about Cloud Manager and ONTAP Cloud: How ONTAP Cloud encryption works
Renewing the Cloud Manager certificate
You must renew the Cloud Manager certificate before it expires; otherwise, Cloud Manager cannot
sign client certificates for ONTAP Cloud systems.
About this task
If you renew the Cloud Manager intermediate CA certificate, Cloud Manager uses the renewed
certificate to generate client certificates for new ONTAP Cloud systems. You can renew client
certificates for existing ONTAP Cloud systems from the working environment.
Steps
1. In the upper-right corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then
click Encryption Setup.
2. In the Intermediate CA tab, click Renew Intermediate CA.
3. Click Generate CSR.
4. Use the CSR to submit a certificate request to a CA.
The intermediate CA certificate must use the Privacy Enhanced Mail (PEM) Base-64 encoded X.
509 format.
5. Copy the contents of the signed certificate and paste it in the Cloud Manager certificate field.
6. Click Install Cloud Manager Certificate.
Managing available key managers and CA certificates
You can modify the key managers and key manager CA certificates that Cloud Manager users can use
with their ONTAP Cloud systems. For example, you can add a new key manager that is available in
your environment and you can add a new CA certificate, if a previous certificate expired.
About this task
The changes that you make from the Encryption Setup page affect only new ONTAP Cloud systems.
Changes to existing ONTAP Cloud systems must be made from the working environment.
Steps
1. In the upper-right corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then
click Encryption Setup.
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2. Click Key Manager.
3. Manage your key managers as necessary:
To...
Do this...
Change the KMIP port for
communicating with key
managers
Modify the port and then click Save.
Add a new key manager
The port change affects only new ONTAP Cloud systems. To change the
port for an existing ONTAP Cloud system, connect to the CLI and then
run the security key-manager setup command.
Click Add, enter details about the key manager, and then click Add
again.
This action does not add the key manager to existing ONTAP Cloud
systems. You must add the key manager from the working environment,
if necessary.
Edit the details for a key
manager
Select the menu icon next to the key manager, click Edit, modify the
details, and then click Save.
Any changes affect only new ONTAP Cloud systems that will use this
key manager. To apply this change to existing ONTAP Cloud systems, go
to the working environment, remove the key manager, and then add it
back.
Delete an existing key
manager
Select the menu icon next to the key manager, click Delete, and then
click Delete again.
If you delete a key manager, you cannot configure ONTAP Cloud
systems to use it. Existing systems that are using this key manager can
continue to use it.
4. Manage the key managers' CA certificates as necessary:
To...
Do this...
Add a new certificate
Click Add, paste the certificate, and then click Add again.
View a certificate
Select the menu icon next to the key manager and click View.
Delete a certificate
Select the menu icon next to the certificate, click Delete, and then click
Delete again.
If you delete a certificate, you cannot configure ONTAP Cloud systems
to use it. Existing systems that are using the certificate can continue to
use it.
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Configuring Cloud Manager settings
Cloud Manager includes settings that determine how it allocates capacity, whether it uses an HTTP
proxy server, how it makes storage capacity decisions, and whether it automatically updates itself to
the latest version.
Choosing how storage capacity decisions are made
When you set up Cloud Manager, you chose to either automate capacity management decisions or to
prompt users for approval. You can change the mode at any time.
About this task
Additional cloud resources are required as ONTAP Cloud volumes grow. The capacity management
mode determines whether Cloud Manager notifies users of storage capacity decisions or whether
Cloud Manager automatically manages capacity requirements for you.
Steps
1. In the upper-right corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then
select Settings.
2. Choose a capacity management mode:
Choice
Action
You want Cloud Manager to
automate storage capacity
decisions for users
Select Automatic Mode.
Cloud Manager automatically purchases new disks for ONTAP Cloud
instances when more capacity is needed, deletes unused collections of
disks (aggregates), and moves volumes between aggregates, as needed.
Important: When you choose this mode, Cloud Manager allocates
the appropriate cloud resources as needed, without asking for your
approval.
You want users to make
storage capacity decisions
Select Manual Mode.
Cloud Manager displays Action Required messages when capacity
decisions must be made. It is up to the user to accept the actions.
3. Click Save.
Result
Cloud Manager updates the settings.
Related information
Learning about Cloud Manager and ONTAP Cloud: How Cloud Manager helps with capacity
decisions
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Configuring Cloud Manager to use a proxy server
If your corporate policies dictate that you use a proxy server for all HTTP communication to the
Internet, then you must configure Cloud Manager to use that proxy server. The proxy server can be in
the cloud or in your network.
About this task
When you configure Cloud Manager to use a proxy server, Cloud Manager, ONTAP Cloud, and the
HA mediator all use the proxy server.
Steps
1. In the upper-right corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then
select Settings.
2. Under HTTP Proxy, enter the server using the syntax http://address:port, specify a user
name and password if basic authentication is required for the server, and then click Save.
Note: Cloud Manager does not support passwords that include the @ character.
Result
After you specify the proxy server, new ONTAP Cloud systems are automatically configured to use
the proxy server when sending AutoSupport messages. If you do not specify the proxy server before
users create ONTAP Cloud systems, then they must use System Manager to manually set the proxy
server in the AutoSupport options for each system.
Modifying aggregate capacity thresholds
Several thresholds determine how much free space is required in an aggregate. In most cases, you
should keep the default values, but you can modify them if they do not meet your needs.
About this task
You can define capacity thresholds for the following:
Aggregate free space ratio
The percentage of free space available in the aggregate. The threshold is 10 percent by
default. The calculation for the ratio is: the aggregate's capacity minus the aggregate's
used capacity divided by the aggregate's capacity.
Aggregate overcommitment ratio
The ratio between the amount of storage over provisioned in the aggregate and the free
space available in the aggregate. The threshold is 500 percent by default. The calculation
for the ratio is: the total allocated capacity on the aggregate minus the aggregate's used
capacity divided by the aggregate's free capacity. The total allocated capacity on the
aggregate is derived from all volumes, whether they are thick or thin provisioned.
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For example, suppose a 1,000 GB aggregate has 100 GB of free space and contains two
volumes:
•
•
A 1,000-GB thin-provisioned volume with 600 GB used size
A 300-GB thick-provisioned volume
The overcommitment ratio for this aggregate is: 1,300 minus 900 divided by 100 which
translates to 400 percent. If you wanted to provision a 200-GB thin-provisioned volume
on this aggregate, the overcommitment would increase: 1,500 minus 900 divided by 100
which translates to 600 percent. Provisioning this volume would cross the threshold.
Ratio of EBS free capacity to S3 used data capacity, per aggregate
This ratio defines how much free space is required on EBS storage when tiering data to
Amazon S3. The ratio is important for disaster recovery scenarios because as data is read
from S3, ONTAP Cloud moves the data to EBS storage to provide better performance. If
there is not sufficient space, then ONTAP Cloud cannot move the data.
If an aggregate crosses either of these thresholds, Cloud Manager displays a notification in the
working environment page, notifying you that additional disks are needed.
Steps
1. In the upper-right hand corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the task-drop down list, and
then select Settings.
2. Under Aggregate Capacity Thresholds, change the percentages and click Save.
Result
Cloud Manager updates the threshold percentages and notifies users when they are reached.
Modifying the maximum autosize for volumes
If you need finer control over volume growth, you can modify the maximum size to which volumes
can grow. By default, Cloud Manager sets the maximum size to 1,000 percent of a volume's size.
About this task
Cloud Manager sets the autosize mode to grow for all read-write volumes that it creates for ONTAP
Cloud and FAS clusters. The grow mode enables a volume to automatically grow when its used space
is above the grow threshold, which is 85 percent by default. When a volume reaches the grow
threshold, it grows until it reaches the maximum autosize.
The maximum autosize is specified in a percentage, which is the additional amount from a volume's
size that it is allowed to grow. For example, 100 percent means the volume can grow up to double its
size, 1,000 percent means the volume can grow up to 11 times it size, and 0 percent turns the feature
off.
Note: Autosize is disabled for data protection volumes.
Steps
1. In the upper-right corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then
select Settings.
2. Specify the additional amount that volumes can grow by specifying a percentage (0% to 1000%).
3. Click Save.
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Result
Cloud Manager applies the maximum autosize value to new volumes.
Enabling automatic updates
Cloud Manager can automatically update itself to the latest maintenance or minor release whenever a
new version is available. This ensures that you are running the latest version.
About this task
Cloud Manager automatically updates at 12:00 midnight if no operations are running.
Steps
1. In the upper right of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then select
Settings.
2. Select the checkbox under Automatic Cloud Manager Updates and then click Save.
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Managing HTTPS certificates for secure access
You can install and renew SSL/TLS certificates for secure HTTPS access to the Cloud Manager web
console.
Installing an HTTPS certificate for secure access
By default, Cloud Manager uses a self-signed certificate for HTTPS access to the web console. You
can install a certificate signed by a certificate authority (CA), which provides better security
protection than a self-signed certificate.
Steps
1. In the upper right of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then select
HTTPS Setup.
2. In the HTTPS Setup page, install a certificate by generating a certificate signing request (CSR)
or by installing your own CA-signed certificate:
Option
Generate a CSR
Install your own CA-signed
certificate
Description
a.
Enter the host name or DNS of the Cloud Manager host (its Common
Name), and then click Generate CSR.
Cloud Manager displays a certificate signing request.
b.
Use the CSR to submit an SSL certificate request to a CA.
The certificate must use the Privacy Enhanced Mail (PEM) Base-64
encoded X.509 format.
c.
Copy the content of the signed certificate, paste it in the Certificate
field, and then click Install.
a.
Select Install CA-signed certificate.
b.
Load both the certificate file and the private key and then click
Install.
The certificate must use the Privacy Enhanced Mail (PEM) Base-64
encoded X.509 format.
Result
Cloud Manager now uses the CA-signed certificate to provide secure HTTPS access. The following
image shows a Cloud Manager system that is configured for secure access:
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Renewing the Cloud Manager HTTPS certificate
You should renew the Cloud Manager HTTPS certificate before it expires to ensure secure access to
the Cloud Manager web console. If you do not renew the certificate before it expires, a warning
appears when users access the web console using HTTPS.
Steps
1. In the upper right of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and then select
HTTPS Setup.
Details about the Cloud Manager certificate displays, including the expiration date.
2. Click Renew HTTPS Certificate and follow the steps to generate a CSR or install your own CAsigned certificate.
Result
Cloud Manager uses the new CA-signed certificate to provide secure HTTPS access.
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Troubleshooting Cloud Manager and ONTAP
Cloud
Several resources are available to help you with Cloud Manager and ONTAP Cloud.
Task
Resource
View known issues and limitations
OnCommand Cloud Manager 3.3 Release Notes
Find the Release Notes for your version of
ONTAP Cloud
Find the Release Notes for your version of
ONTAP 9
View cloud-related KB articles and frequently
asked questions or chat with technical support
NetApp ONTAP Cloud Support
Connect with peers and ask questions
NetApp Community: Hybrid Cloud
Restore Cloud Manager from a backup
Restoring Cloud Manager from a backup on
page 20
View logs
Click the menu icon and then select Support
Dashboard.
You can access logs by downloading
AutoSupport messages.
Understand how Cloud Manager is configured
on Linux
Learning about Cloud Manager and ONTAP
Cloud: How Cloud Manager is configured on
Linux hosts
Uninstall Cloud Manager to troubleshoot issues
Uninstalling Cloud Manager on page 22
Restoring Cloud Manager from a backup
You can restore Cloud Manager from a backup to restore it to a previous configuration.
About this task
Restoring Cloud Manager from a backup replaces existing data with the data from the backup.
Steps
1. In the upper-right hand corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and
then select Tools.
2. Click Restore.
3. Click OK to confirm.
4. Select the backup.
Result
Cloud Manager restores the database from the backup file.
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Related tasks
Backing up Cloud Manager on page 6
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Uninstalling Cloud Manager
Cloud Manager includes an uninstallation script that you can use to uninstall the software to
troubleshoot issues or to permanently remove the software from the host.
Steps
1. If you are going to reinstall Cloud Manager, back up the database before you uninstall the
software:
a. In the upper-right corner of the Cloud Manager console, click the task drop-down list, and
then select Tools.
b. Click Backup and save the backup file to your local machine.
2. From the Linux host, run the uninstallation script:
/opt/application/netapp/cloudmanager/bin/uninstall.sh [silent]
silent runs the script without prompting you for confirmation.
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26 | Updating and administering Cloud Manager
Index
managing 12
A
accounts
creating Cloud Manager users 9
setting up Cloud Manager for Active Directory 9
accounts, user
deleting 11
Active Directory
setting up Cloud Manager to use 9
aggregate free space ratio
modifying 15
what it is 15
aggregate overcommitment ratio
modifying 15
what it is 15
autosize
modifying maximum size 16
AWS keys
changing for Cloud Manager user account 11
B
backups
backing up Cloud Manager 6
F
feedback
how to send comments about documentation 25
H
HTTPS
renewing certificate 19
HTTPS certificate
installing 18
renewing 19
I
information
how to send feedback about improving
documentation 25
intermediate CA
renewing certificate for 12
K
C
capacity thresholds
modifying 15
capacity, storage
choosing a management mode 14
certificates
installing HTTPS certificate 18
managing CA certificates 12
renewing Cloud Manager certificate 12
renewing HTTPS certificate 19
Cloud Manager
backing up 6
configuring to use a proxy server 15
enabling automatic updates of 4, 17
introduction to updating 4
moving a working environment 7
removing a working environment 7
comments
how to send feedback about documentation 25
D
database backups
backing up Cloud Manager 6
documentation
how to receive automatic notification of changes to
25
how to send feedback about 25
E
encryption
key managers
managing 12
O
OnCommand Cloud Manager
backing up 6
configuring to use a proxy server 15
creating admin user of 9
creating user accounts 9
introduction to configuring settings 14
restoring 20
uninstalling 22
updating to the latest version 4
updating with a patch 5
P
password
resetting 11
patches
updating Cloud Manager with 5
permissions
for Cloud Manager user accounts 8
proxy servers
configuring Cloud Manager to use 15
R
restoring
Cloud Manager 20
roles
Index | 27
for Cloud Manager user accounts 8
S
S3 cost bucket
changing for Cloud Manager user 11
servers, proxy
configuring Cloud Manager to use 15
settings
introduction to configuring for Cloud Manager 14
storage capacity
choosing a management mode 14
suggestions
how to send feedback about documentation 25
T
tenants
creating admin user of 9
troubleshooting
resources and tools 20
uninstalling software first 22
Twitter
how to receive automatic notification of
documentation changes 25
U
uninstalling
OnCommand Cloud Manager 22
updates
enabling automatic updates 4, 17
introduction to updating Cloud Manager 4
updating Cloud Manager to the latest version 4
updating Cloud Manager with a patch 5
user accounts
creating 9
deleting 11
editing 11
permissions for each role 8
setting up Cloud Manager for Active Directory 9
V
volumes
modifying maximum autosize 16
W
working environments
creating admin user of 9
moving 7
removing from Cloud Manager 7
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