Instructions for Installing the
SAFARI Montage® SuperSet XXXII Content Drive
CONTENTS:
SAFARI Montage SuperSet XXXII Content Drive(s)
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PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN THEIR ENTIRETY BEFORE YOU BEGIN:
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SuperSet XXXII requires SAFARI Montage version 6.2.20 or later. If you are currently running a version prior to
6.2.20, you will need to upgrade your server before installing your new content drives.
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Please contact Technical Support if you have any questions regarding the current status of your SAFARI Montage
server, to schedule an upgrade, or to review any questions you may have before installing your new content drives.
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SAFARI Montage Technical Support is available Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern Time, and they may
be contacted by telephone at 800-782-7230 or online via http://www.safarimontage.com/support.
UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
Shut down the SAFARI Montage server:
a. If performing the server shut down from the web interface:
i.
Navigate to ADMIN > Tools > Reboot and Shut Down.
ii. Click on the Shut Down button
iii. Click Shut Down again to verify that you wish to shut down the server.
b. If performing the server shut down from the console:
i.
Select option #3 Advanced, followed by option #7 Shut Down.
2.
Remove all prior SuperSet content drives from the server. Do NOT remove CreationStation drives.
3.
Drive configuration requirement vary depending on your server model. Identify your server model and follow the
appropriate instructions below.
a. Dell-manufactured servers: If installing content drive(s) in one of the following models, please proceed to
page 4 to complete additional drive configuration steps, before returning here to continue at step 4.
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T-420
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RM-440X
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WAN-880X
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T-440X
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RM-640
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WAN-1240
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T-86X
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RM-640X
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WAN-1212X
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RM-126X
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WAN-1216X
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RM-128X
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b. WAN-1212: If installing content drive(s) in a WAN-1212, please proceed to page 5 to complete additional drive
configuration steps, before returning here to continue at step 4.
c. If installing in any other model server:
i.
Insert the received SuperSet XXXII Content Drive(s) into the next available open bay(s) of the server. Make
certain that each drive sled latch clicks into place, ensuring proper drive seating.
Note: If installing this drive into a RM-820 or WAN-840, the drive must be installed in bay 1, 2, 3 or 4 as
shown below:
ii.
4.
Bay 4
Bay 5
Bay 6
Bay 7
Bay 0 / OS Drive
Bay 1
Bay 2
Bay 3
Power on the server.
Login to SAFARI Montage and activate new packages by navigating to ADMIN > Content & Modules > Activate All.
Note: New package licensing has been pre-entered and is ready to activate when the new content drive has been
installed.
5.
For customers using the SAFARI Montage WAN Manager Module, proceed as follows; otherwise, skip to Step 6.
a. Assign new packages, mirroring assignments for retiring packages by navigating to ADMIN > WAN Manager >
Schools. A package map of new and retiring packages is included for reference on the following page.
b. Un-assign retiring packages from all schools by navigating to ADMIN > WAN Manager > Schools and adjusting
assignments.
6.
Deactivate retiring packages by navigating to ADMIN > Content & Modules > Content Packages and clicking
Deactivate for each retired package.
7.
Finally, remap Playlists and Lessons to the new package content by navigating to ADMIN > Tools > System
Volumes and clicking the Map Playlist and Lesson Items link.
~ THIS COMPLETES THE DRIVE INSTALLATION PROCESS~
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PACKAGE MAP
Notes:
• 300K Spanish packages may be deactivated for all packages below as Spanish titles are included in new packages.
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Each package listed below refers to all formats and bitrates for the noted package.
New Packages, Which Will Activate Upon "Activate All"
Replaces These Package(s), Which Are to Be Unassigned & Deactivated
G112907xx – Core K-8 Content Package (2015)
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All prior versions of Core K-8 Content Packages, Reading Rainbow Content
Packages, Eyes on the Prize Content Packages
G198005xx – K-8 Super Core (2015)
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All prior versions of Core K-8, K-8 Super Core, Reading Rainbow, Eyes on the
Prize and K-6 Supplemental, whose new name is K-8 Expansion.
G198104xx – K-8 Expansion (2015)
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G113306xx - Core 9-12 Content Package (2015)
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G129807xx - 9-12 Super Core Content Package (2015)
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All prior versions of K-6 Supplemental
All prior versions of K-8 Expansion
All prior versions of 9-12 Core Content Packages and Eyes on the Prize Content
Packages
All prior versions of 9-12 Super Core Content Packages, Eyes on the Prize
Content Packages
All versions of G1121 - Additional SM 9-12
G1298S02MN - 9-12 Super Core Content Package (Spanish)
G129407xx – 9-12 Expansion (2015)
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G112507xx - Core K-12 Content Package (2015)
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G131807xx - K-12 Super Core Content Package (2015)
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All prior versions of 9-12 Expansion
All versions of G1121 - Additional SM 9-12
All prior versions of Core K-12 Content Packages, Rainbow Content Packages and
Eyes on the Prize Content Packages
All prior versions of Core K-12 Content Packages, K-12 Super Core Content,
Reading Rainbow Content Packages and Eyes on the Prize Content Packages
All versions of G1121 - Additional SM 9-12
G1311S02MN K-12 Super Core Content Package (Spanish)
All prior versions of Cyber-Science Interactive 3D Model Package
G126405xx - Cyber-Science Interactive 3D Model Package (2014)
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Note: Remap prior package titles using Admin > Tools > System
Volumes > Map Playlist and Lesson Items to Cyber-Science 2014 Package
G974309xx - American Schools Overseas K-8 (2015)
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All prior versions of American Schools Overseas K-8
G974709xx - American Schools Overseas 9-12 (2015)
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All prior versions of American Schools Overseas 9-12
G975609xx - American Schools Overseas K-12 (2015)
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All prior versions of American Schools Overseas K-12
G980409xx - Canadian K-9 Content Package (2015)
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All prior versions of Canadian K-9 Content Package
G981209xx - Canadian 9-12 Content Package (2015)
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All prior versions of Canadian 9-12 Content Package
G980809xx - Canadian K-12 Content Package (2015)
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All prior versions of Canadian K-12 Content Package
Prior version of Visual Dictionary Interactive
G122502 – Visual Dictionary Interactive Image Package (2014)
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Note: All prior version references will be mapped to Visual Dictionary 2014
references
G1302MN – Career Clips Content Package (300k)
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All prior versions Career Clips Content Packages
G999202N – National Archives Digital Resources (2015)
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All prior versions of Digital Resources from the National Archives
G200902N – TED-Ed Web Links (2015)
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All prior versions of TED-Ed Web Links
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Dell Manufactured Servers – Additional Content Drive Configuration
For the following Dell-manufactured servers, Virtual Disk Management will need to be configured:
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T-420
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RM-440X
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WAN-880X
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T-440X
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RM-640
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WAN-1240
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T-86X
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RM-640X
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WAN-1212X
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RM-126X
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WAN-1216X
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RM-128X
To do so, perform the following on system boot:
1. Insert all new content drive(s) into the next available open bay(s) of the server. Make certain that each drive sled
latch clicks into place, ensuring proper drive seating.
2. Power on the server.
3. When prompted, press <CTRL>+<R> to access Virtual Disk Management. If prompted, press <C> and/or <Y> when
accessing Virtual Disk Management.
4. Use the arrow keys and navigate the Virtual Disk Management screen and select the PERC controller (top node).
5. Press <F2> to open the properties sub-menu and choose “Foreign Config”.
a. If “Foreign Config” is un-selectable and “Unconfigured Physical Disks” appear in Virtual Disk Management,
continue to step 6
6. Select Clear from the Foreign Config sub-menu.
7. Use the arrow keys to select “Yes” and press <Enter>.
a. “Unconfigured Physical Disks” will appear in Virtual Disk Management
8. Use the arrow keys and navigate the Virtual Disk Management screen and select the PERC controller (top node).
9. Press the <F2> to open the properties sub-menu and choose “Create New VD”.
10. Using the <Tab> key, navigate to the “Physical Disk” list and select the first disk in the list (use the spacebar to
select).
11. Using the <Tab> key, navigate to “OK” and press <Enter>.
12. Use the arrow keys to select “Yes” and press <Enter> when prompted about skipping initialization.
a. New VD will appear in Virtual Disk Management.
13. Repeat steps 6 through 10 for all remaining “Unconfigured Physical Disks”. When all unconfigured disks have been
added as Virtual Disks, continue to step 12.
14. Press <ESC> key and select “OK” to exit Virtual Disk Management.
15. Press <CTRL +ALT+DEL> to reboot the server.
16. Return to step 4 on page 2.
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WAN-1212 Server – Additional Content Drive Configuration
For the WAN-1212 server, the MegaRAID BIOS will need to be configured. To do so, perform the following on system
boot prior to installing any new drives:
1. Access the LSI MegaRAID SAS controller BIOS by pressing <Ctrl>+<H> when prompted during boot up.
2. Click the Start button to access MegaRAID BIOS Config Utility.
3. Insert a single new content drive into the next available open bay of the server. Make certain that each drive sled
latch clicks into place, ensuring proper drive seating.
Wait approximately 30 seconds and then click the Scan Devices link from Navigation to access to the Foreign
Configuration page.
Note: If you have more than one new drive you will repeat steps 3 through 15 for each drive.
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4. When prompted, click on the Clear button to clear the foreign configuration of the drive. Then click Yes to confirm
and return to the Logical View.
5. Click Configuration Wizard link from Navigation to access the Configuration Wizard.
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6. Select Add Configuration and click Next to continue.
7. Select Manual Configuration under the Configuration Method and click Next to continue.
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8. Select the newly installed hard drive from the Drives list and click the Add To Array button.
9. Click on the Accept DG button, to accept the Drive Group from under the Drive Groups and click Next to continue.
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10. Select the hard drive from the Array With Free Space drop down and click the Add to SPAN button. The hard drive
should move to the Span window. Click Next to continue.
11. Click on the Update Size button.
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12. Click on the Accept button to save the drive configuration. Click on the Yes button when prompted regarding use of
Write Through mode. Click on Next to continue.
13. Click Accept to save the virtual drive configuration and then click Yes to confirm.
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14. Click Cancel when asked to enable SSD caching.
15. Click No when asked to initialize the virtual drive.
Note: If installing multiple drives return to step 3 now and repeat for each new drive.
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16. When all new content drives have been configured, click the Exit link in the left-hand navigation and then Yes to
confirm.
17. Press <CTRL>+<ALT>+<DELETE> to restart the server.
18. Return to step 4 on page 2.
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