EMC CLARiiON AX150 Series Installation guide

EMC CLARiiON AX150 Series Installation guide
EMC AX150-Series
Integrated Management Software
Version 02.20.150.5.024
Release Notes
P/N 300-003-021
REV A06
April 13, 2007
These release notes contain supplemental information about EMC®
CLARiiON® AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, and AX150i Integrated
Management Software version 02.20.150.5.024.
This document uses the following terms:
- Server refers to a server or host that sends data to or receives data from the
storage system.
- Management station refers to a server or host on the same LAN as the storage
system.
You will start Navisphere® Express in a browser running on a management
station. A management station can also be a server.
Topics include:
Š Product description ................................................................................... 2
Š New features and changes........................................................................ 8
Š Environment and system requirements.................................................. 9
Š Fixed Problems ......................................................................................... 11
Š Known problems and limitations .......................................................... 12
Š Technical notes ......................................................................................... 22
Š Documentation ......................................................................................... 25
Š Software media, organization, and files ............................................... 28
Š Installation ................................................................................................ 29
Š Troubleshooting and getting help ......................................................... 32
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Product description
Product description
The AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, and AX150i Integrated Management
Software consist of the storage-system and server software below.
Storage-system software component
®
Version
FLARE Operating Environment, which
includes
- Shared storage control
- Navisphere® Express
- Snapshot management
02.20.150.5.024
Server software component
Version
Navisphere Storage System Initialization
Utility for Red Hat or SUSE Linux
6.20.0.3.11
Navisphere Storage System Initialization
Utility for Novell NetWare
6.20.0.3. 11
Navisphere Storage System Initialization
Utility for Microsoft Windows
6.20.0.3. 11
Navisphere Storage System Initialization
Utility for Sun Solaris
6.20.0.3. 11
Navisphere Server Utility for Red Hat or
SUSE Linux
6.20.0.3. 12
Navisphere Server Utility for Novell
NetWare
6.20.0.3. 11
Navisphere Server Utility for Microsoft
Windows
6.20.2.0.0
Navisphere Server Utility for Sun Solaris
6.20.0.3. 11
VSS Provider
1.5.0.3.5
®
PowerPath for Microsoft Windows
PowerPath for Red Hat or SUSE Linux
See the PowerPath release notes on the
AX150 support website*
PowerPath for Novell NetWare**
PowerPath for Sun Solaris**
* For information on accessing the AX150 support website, refer to the support information that
shipped with your storage system.
** AX150SCi and AX150i storage systems do not support Novell Netware and Sun Solaris operating
systems.
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Product description
Please go to your AX150 support website to download the latest version
of the software, and to download a localized version of Navisphere
Express. Navisphere Express is available in Chinese, English, French,
German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Portuguese.
FLARE Operating Environment software
FLARE Operating Environment (OE) software controls the operation of
the AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, and AX150i disk-array storage systems.
AX150SC and AX150SCi storage systems ship with a complete copy of
FLARE OE software installed on the first and third disk modules (disk
modules 0 and 2). These disk modules store mirrored copies of the
software for the AX150SC and AX150SCi storage processor (SP).
AX150 and AX150i storage systems ship with a complete copy of FLARE
OE software installed on the first four disk modules (disk modules 0
through 3). Disk modules 0 and 2 store mirrored copies of the software
for SP A, and disks 1 and 3 store mirrored copies of the software for
SP B.
When you power up the storage system, each SP boots and executes
FLARE OE software.
Shared storage control
Shared storage control software allows only the server(s) assigned to a
virtual disk to access the virtual disk.
Navisphere Express
EMC Navisphere Express is a storage-system-based management utility
for configuring and managing AX150-series storage systems. This
product provides the following functionality:
Š
Storage configuration and allocation
Š
Event management
Each AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, and AX150i storage system ships
from the factory with Navisphere Express installed.
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Product description
Snapshot management software
The snapshot management software is a storage-system-based software
application that lets you create a point-in-time copy — a snapshot — of a
virtual disk; that is, you determine when the snapshot starts. A
secondary server can then access and use the snapshot for backup
purposes or as a base for temporary operations on the copy of the
production data without changing the source data on the virtual disk.
Before you can start a snapshot, you must allocate the required snapshot
disk resources. When the allocation completes, the state of the snapshot
transitions to Ready, which means you can start the snapshot on the
source server and then access the snapshot on the secondary server.
When you no longer require the snapshot's data, you can remove access
to the snapshot. Only after you do this can you stop the snapshot. When
you stop a snapshot, the point-in-time copy ends and the snapshot disk
resources are freed for other snapshots to use. If you do not want to start
another snapshot for this source virtual disk, you can destroy the
snapshot. Destroying the snapshot frees and deallocates the snapshot
disk resources that were allocated when you prepared the snapshot.
Each AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, and AX150i storage system ships
from the factory with snapshot management software installed.
Navisphere Storage System Initialization Utility
The EMC Navisphere Storage System Initialization Utility runs on your
management station or attached server. It discovers uninitialized
AX150-series storage systems, lets you assign IP addresses to the SPs on
the same subnet, and set up security for these storage systems.
The Navisphere Storage System Initialization Utility ships on the
AX-Series Server Support CD that is supplied with the storage system.
Navisphere Server Utility
The EMC Navisphere Server Utility runs on each server connected to
your AX150-series storage system. This utility lets you register the server
with your AX150-series storage system. It also allows you to use
snapshots on your servers. It lets you start, stop, access or remove a
snapshot.
The Navisphere Server Utility ships on the AX-Series Server Support CD
that is supplied with the storage system.
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Product description
PowerPath software
PowerPath path management software manages the paths between a
Windows, Linux, NetWare, or Solaris server and virtual disks in the
storage system. It transfers I/O to a working path if one path fails and
provides load balancing to distribute I/O load equally among paths.
The PowerPath software ships on the PowerPath CDs that are supplied
with the storage system. Always check the support website for the latest
version of PowerPath.
CLARiiON VSS Provider
The CLARiiON VSS Provider allows an application to access snapshot
functionality on CLARiiON storage systems by using the VSS
framework and other APIs introduced in Microsoft Windows Server
2003 APIs.
The CLARiiON VSS Provider does not have a user interface and is called
only by the VSS service built into Windows Server 2003. For information
on using the VSS Writer or VSS Requestor, refer to the appropriate
documentation that shipped with your operating system.
Navisphere Manager
EMC Navisphere Manager is a storage-system-based management utility
previously available only on EMC CLARiiON CX-series storage systems.
It provides advanced management features over Navisphere Express,
including domain management and a secure command line interface
(CLI).
Navisphere Manager is now available for use with AX-series storage
systems in one of two ways:
Š
Existing CX-series storage-system customers may use Navisphere
Manager to monitor AX-series storage systems while still using
Navisphere Express to manage the storage system (make
configuration changes, and so on).
Š
Alternatively, you can purchase the optional Navisphere Manager
upgrade for the AX-series storage system. This will allow you to
manage the AX-series storage system with Navisphere Manager and
Navisphere CLI, but you will no longer be able to use the
Navisphere Express software.
In both cases, Navisphere Manager functions are limited. For details, see
the separate document, AX150 Series – Upgrading a Storage System to
Navisphere Manager.
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Product description
Software Installation Wizard (Navisphere Manager only)
The Software Installation Wizard (SIW) implements a user interface (UI)
to the Navisphere Manager software upgrade function. It provides rulesbased instruction for future storage-system software upgrades similar to
Navisphere Express. For details, see the separate document, EMC
CLARiiON Software Installation Guide (P/N 300-001-504).
Navisphere Integrator (Navisphere Manager only)
The Navisphere Integrator allows storage systems managed with
Navisphere Manager to be discovered and monitored through the
leading enterprise management platforms (EMP). Integrator also enables
the launch of Navisphere Manager from the EMP. Integrator supports
the following EMPs:
Š
HP OpenView management software
Š
Tivoli NetView management software
Š
CA Unicenter TNG Framework
Navisphere Integrator is installed and executed on a Windows 2000
server that also hosts the EMP. For more information on Navisphere
Integrator, refer to the EMC Navisphere Integrator Administrator's Guide
(P/N 069001144), which ships on the EMC CLARiiON Storage-System
Hardware and Software Documentation CD.
SAN Copy/E
EMC SAN Copy™/E is an optional storage-system based software
package available separately for copying data directly from a virtual disk
on one storage system to destination logical units on supported remote
systems without using host resources. You can use SAN Copy/E to
create full or incremental copies of a source logical unit. A full copy
session copies all the data on the source logical unit to the destination
logical units. An incremental session copies only the data that has
changed since the last copy session. This can significantly reduce the
time needed to copy the data, thereby allowing the copy operation to be
performed more frequently and more effectively. Unlike full copy
sessions, the source logical unit for an incremental session can remain
online during the copy process.
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Product description
SAN Copy/E is subject to the following configuration limits:
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Data can be copied only to CX-series storage systems that are also
running EMC SAN Copy.
Š
A maximum of 100 copy sessions can be configured.
Š
A maximum of two copy sessions can be active simultaneously.
Š
The storage system must be managed with Navisphere Manager, not
Navisphere Express.
For further information, see the separate document, EMC SAN Copy/E for
Navisphere Administrator's Guide (P/N 300-002-664).
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New features and changes
New features and changes
The initial release introduced the following new features:
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The AX150 storage system supports SATA II disk drives and the full
complement of SATA II features including support for 3.0 Gb/s data
transfer rates and support for native command queuing (NCQ).
Š
The AX150 storage system supports N+1 power, enabling the storage
system to continue running if one of its power supplies fails. Two
power supplies are required for the AX150 and AX150i; a second
power supply is optional in the AX150SC and AX150SCi.
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Support for dual iSCSI data ports per SP.
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Support for a Gigabit Ethernet management port.
Š
Enhancements to the Navisphere Server Utility and Navisphere
Storage System Initialization Utility to streamline the installation
process for iSCSI storage systems.
Š
Support for up to 10 hosts.
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Environment and system requirements
Environment and system requirements
This section identifies the minimum environment and system
requirements necessary for the AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, and AX150i
Integrated Management Software components.
FLARE requirements
Storage-system type
Minimum hardware requirements
AX150SC or AX150SCi
• 1 SP
• 1 power supply
• 1 non-volatile cache card for write
caching
AX150 or AX150i
• 2 SPs
• 2 power supplies
• 1 uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
for write caching
Navisphere Express requirements
The minimum server requirements for Navisphere Express are:
Š
A management station with a minimum of one 500-MHz CPU, with
256 MB of RAM. EMC recommends using a 1-GHz CPU, with 512
MB of RAM.
Š
Internet Explorer 5.5 or greater, Netscape 7.0 or greater, or Mozilla
1.0.1 or greater.
Š
A TCP/IP network connection from the management station to each
storage processor (SP) in the storage system.
Š
Minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768 and 256 colors with small
fonts.
Viewing Navisphere Express through a browser is supported on
management stations running any of the following systems:
Š
Windows XP server
Š
Windows 2000 server
Š
Windows Server 2003 server
Š
Red Hat Linux server
Š
SUSE Linux server
Š
NetWare client
Š
Solaris client
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Environment and system requirements
For a listing of the currently supported versions of these operating
systems, refer to Supported Configurations in the “Technical descriptions”
section on the AX150 support website.
Navisphere Storage System Initialization and Server Utilities requirements
The Navisphere Storage System Initialization Utility and the Navisphere
Server Utility are supported on servers running any of the following
operating systems:
Š
Windows 2000
Š
Windows Server 2003
Š
Red Hat Linux
Š
SUSE Linux
Š
NetWare
Š
Solaris
For a listing of the currently supported versions of these operating
systems, refer to Supported Configurations in the “Technical descriptions”
section on the AX150 support website.
The Navisphere Storage System Initialization Utility runs on a server
that is on the same subnet as the storage system you want to initialize.
PowerPath requirements
For PowerPath requirements, refer to the PowerPath release notes on the
AX150 support website.
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Fixed problems
Fixed problems
This section identifies issues fixed in various releases.
Hardware problems fixed in version 02.20.150.5.024
Problem
Details
AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, AX150i – In
very infrequent cases heavy I/O to the same LBA
causes the front-end ports to hang (154617).
Fixed in version: 02.20.150.5.024
Solution: Prevents overlapped I/O from reaching FLARE,
which avoids causing the front-end ports to hang.
AX150, AX150i – System Fault LED does not light
when the UPS serial cable is disconnected (156802).
Fixed in version: 02.20.150.5.024
Solution: Fixed the System Fault LED so that it will light
when the serial cable is not connected.
AX150SC, AX150SCi – System Fault LED does not
light when the wrong cache card (from another
storage system) is installed in the storage system
(156803).
Fixed in version: 02.20.150.5.024
Solution: Fixed the System Fault LED to light when the
wrong cache card is installed.
AX150SCi, AX150i – iSCSI cluster and congestion
issues caused performance problems (159238 and
159278).
Fixed in version: 02.20.150.5. 024
Solution: Fixed iSCSI cluster and congestion issue.
AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, AX150i – In
very infrequent cases the storage system does not
power up completely. The SP Fault LED flashes at
1/4 Hz (161139).
Fixed in version: 02.20.150.5. 024
Solution: For every write to I/O port 0x1024 that the BIOS
performs, the BIOS will read in the data at I/O port
0x1024 first. If bits 5, 4, 3, or 2 are set, the BIOS will
increment an error counter and correct the THRM_POL
setting by clearing bits 5, 4, 3, 2 on the write out to IO
port 0x1024.
Hardware problems fixed in version 02.20.150.5.022
Problem
Details
AX150SC, AX150SCi – Heavy host I/O to the
storage system causes a cache resource problem,
which causes the storage system to panic. (142940).
Fixed in version: 02.20.150.5.022
Solution: Optimized cache resource allocation to
accommodate heavy I/O and prevent SP panic.
AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, AX150i – When
Solaris clustered hosts attempt to trespass a doublefaulted LUN, the storage system returns an event
(reservation conflict) to the cluster that causes the
storage system to panic (139699).
Fixed in vesion: 02.20.150.5.022
Solution: FLARE now returns the proper error to the host
when the condition described occurs.
AX150SC, AX150SCi – Enclosure LED does not
light when the cache card batteries fail to charge.
(150862)
Fixed in version: 02.20.150.5.022
Solution: The enclosure LED now lights when the cache
card batteries fail to charge.
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Fixed problems
Problem
Details
AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, AX150i – The
storage system or SP panics due to an unexpected
interrupt related to a hardware error (146751).
Fixed in version: 02.20.150.5.022
Solution: Modified storage system software by removing
SMI handler access to the APIC spurious interrupt
register and APIC task priority register. SMI handler now
clears low level SMI status.
AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, AX150i – The
storage system will not boot. SP boot LED flashes at
either 1/4 or 4 Hz during the boot process (161139).
Fixed in version: 02.20.150.5. 022
Solution: Modified the storage-system software to solve
1/4 hertz issue by reconfiguring the unused function of
GPIO to eliminate the possibility of unexpected behavior.
Fixed the 4 Hz issue by booting from the back-end boot
entry if the extended post signature is found.
Hardware problems fixed in version 02.20.150.5.019
Description
Details
AX150i, AX150SCi – Fixes for NACA functionality
for AIX iSCSI attaches (134317).
When SCSI commands with ACA=1, NACA=1 are sent to
a LUN in ACA condition from a faulting initiator, they
result in status ACA_ACTIVE instead of GOOD.
AX150i, AX150SCi - Fixes for iSCSI protocol
problems (137786,141594, 141595)
High rate of certain front-end traffic, such as IP broadcast
frames, could cause an SP to panic and reboot.
AX150, AX150i, AX150SC, AX150SCi – Fixes for
manufacturing issues.
POST was not properly setting quiet mode on SATA
drives.
AX150, AX150i, AX150SC, AX150SCi – Fixes for
verifies.
Internally to the storage-system software, background
verifies are performed differently.
Navisphere Express problems fixed in version 02.20.150.5.023
Problem
Access violations within Navisphere Express will
cause the storage processor to panic.
Frequency: Rarely under a rare set of
circumstances.
[160065]
Navisphere Express was hitting an access violation
inside of the main processing thread. It was then
continuing through the main process loop with out
waiting for the next iteration. This was causing
Navisphere Express to take up most of the CPU
cycles on the storage processor.
Frequency: Rarely under an rare set of
circumstances.
[162392]
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Details
Navisphere Express experienced an access violation while
holding a PSM file open. This caused a timer to expire and
panic the SP. Navisphere Express now avoids the access
violation and also opens PSM files differently so that it will
not get stuck while having a PSM file open.
Navisphere Express now handles the access violation better
and will wait for the timer to expire before continuing
through the next iteration of the main process loop.
EMC AX150-Series Integrated Management Software Release Notes
Fixed problems
Problem
Details
Diagnostic files could not be instantiated, listed, or
retrieved on the peer storage processor.
Frequency: Always
[160503, 161475]
Navisphere Express was not correctly sending along the
security credentials to the peer storage processor which
was then rejecting the request. Navisphere Express now
correctly sends along the credentials so that diagnostic files
can be instantiated, listed, and retrieved on the peer storage
processor.
Navisphere Express restricts IQN names to 47
characters.
Frequency: Always
[163053]
Navisphere Express has changed the max size of the field
to adequately handle fully qualified IQN names.
Navisphere Express problems fixed in version 02.20.150.5.022
Problem
Details
Enabling or disabling CHAP on iSCSI AX150
storage systems will cause the iSCSI ports to no
longer be configured.
Frequency: Always under a specific set of
circumstances.
[137454]
In certain conditions, Navisphere Express was using invalid
port speeds. Now, in those conditions, no port speed is
used to allow the default setting to be used.
When a language pack is installed on the storage
system, creating a virtual disk does not work as
intended. The storage system uses all remaining
space in the disk pool and creates one LUN.
Frequency: Always under a specific set of
circumstances.
[155446]
Navisphere Express was comparing the localized unit string
specified by the user against the specific English string
options of GB and MB to determine what the user had
selected. In most cases a match was not made, which
caused Navisphere Express to default to binding all of the
available space. Navisphere Express now compares the
localized selection the user makes against the localized
versions of GB and MB.
SNMP traps sent from Navisphere Express may
contain the wrong IP address in the trap details.
Frequency: Frequently under a specific set of
circumstances.
[142405]
Navisphere Express was using an older version of a thirdparty DLL that did not allow this information to be set. The
third-party DLL has now been upgraded and this allows
Navisphere Express to correctly set the IP address within
the trap before sending it.
SNMP traps contain the wrong value for system
uptime.
Frequency: Always under a specific set of
circumstances.
[145601]
Navisphere Express was using an older version of a thirdparty DLL that did not calculate this value correctly. The
third-party DLL has now been upgraded and this value is
correctly displayed in the SNMP traps.
Emails sent from Navisphere Express while using
the Japanese language pack do not have the
subject line correctly translated.
Frequency: Always under a specific set of
circumstances.
[154706]
Navisphere Express now correctly uses utf-8 format to
correctly translate the subject.
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Fixed problems
Problem
Details
Navisphere Express would not save the user’s
selection to not send email events in the selected
language. After a reboot, the option would be
selected again.
Frequency: Always under a specific set of
circumstances.
[156172]
Navisphere Express now saves the user’s selection so that
it persists through a reboot of the SP.
Navisphere Express problems fixed in version 02.20.150.5.019
Problem
Details
An invalid check occurs on the Virtual Disk page
that causes the page to display Unknown
error has occurred while
displaying this page."
Frequency: Infrequently under a specific set of
circumstances
[138004, 144979]
Navisphere Express now checks to see if the data returned
from the server is valid before attempting to perform
operations on it.
Memory leaks may cause Navisphere Express to
hit its memory threshold and restart.
Frequency: Always under a specific set of
circumstances.
[140196, 141412]
The memory leaks have been fixed.
Navisphere Server Utility problems fixed in version 6.20.2.0.0
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Problem
Details
The Japanese version of the Windows Server
Utility will fail for any snapshot operation.
Frequency: Always under a specific set of
circumstances.
[154651]
The default naming scheme allowed a localized string so
comparison was not being done correctly. Navisphere
Express no longer allows the default names to be localized
so that all string comparisons now correctly find a match and
the snapshot operations now succeed.
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Known problems and limitations
Known problems and limitations
This section identifies outstanding issues with this release, and
important warnings associated with the connectivity and compatibility
of this product. It also provides useful recommendations.
Known problems frequency
The frequencies for the known problems listed in this section have the
following meanings:
Frequency
Definition
Every Time
Occurs whenever the specific condition is met.
Very Frequent
Occurs between 30 and 50 percent of the time when the specific
cause is repeated.
Frequent
Occurs between 10 and 30 percent of the time when the specific
cause is repeated.
Intermittent
Occurs between 1 and 10 percent of the time when the specific
cause is repeated.
Very Intermittent
Occurs less than 1 percent of the time when the specific cause
is repeated.
Extremely Intermittent
Failure mechanism may never be seen except under the most
stressful QA test environments.
Hardware problems
Description
Details
AX150 and AX150i – If disk module 3 is not a
component of a virtual disk, removing disk module 3
does not cause the storage-system fault light to be
lit. Disk module 3 is one of the minimally specified
set of disk modules for the AX150. Removing it
removes a redundant copy of the FLARE Operating
Environment (OE) software for SP B.
Frequency: Every time disk module 3 is removed if no
virtual disks have a component on disk module 3.
Prevention/resolution: To prevent the issue, do not remove
disk module 3. To resolve the issue, reinsert disk module
3.
AX150 and AX150i – After reboot, although you can
ping one or both SPs, neither SP is accessible for
I/O. The SP boot/fault light on the SP is blinking. This
may also be seen during a reboot due to a software
upgrade of the FLARE OE.
Frequency: Very intermittent
Prevention/resolution: Shut down and restart the storage
system. If this does not work, then see the AX150
hardware troubleshooting trees on the AX150 support
website for the SP boot/ fault light.
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Known problems and limitations
Description
Details
AX150, AX150i, AX150SC, AX150SCi -- During an
upgrade operation a message similar to the following
appears in the event log:
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: The message is expected and
should be ignored.
Checking file system on C:
The type of the file system is NTFS.
Volume label is FLARE Partition.
A disk check has been scheduled.
Windows will now check the disk.
Cleaning up minor inconsistencies on
the drive.
…
Windows has finished checking your
disk.
Please wait while your computer
restarts.
This is due to an intentionally scheduled run of a
utility to verify that all files were transferred and
installed on the storage system correctly. (83371)
AX150, AX150SC, AX150i, AX150SCi – After
reboot, an SP is not available. Fault LED in the back
is blinking once every 4 seconds.(137693) or 4 times
a second (140661).
Frequency: Extremely Intermittent
Prevention /resolution: Power cycle the storage system.
AX150, AX150i – Failover on a double-faulted
virtual disk results in reservation conflict. (139699)
Frequency: Every time.
Prevention /resolution: Fix the double-faulted virtual disk
before attempting failover.
AX150SC, AX150SCi - Storage system becomes
unresponsive (140698)
Frequency: Extremely Intermittent
Prevention /resolution: Power-cycle the storage system.
Software problems
This section lists known software problems.
Navisphere Storage System Initialization Utility problems
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Description
Detail
Chinese version of Windows 2003 – It is not
possible to enter IP addresses for the iSCSI data
ports due to an issue with the handling of doublebyte characters.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: Use Navisphere Express to
configure the iSCSI data ports.
Korean version of Windows – The Windows Start > Programs menu does not get updated to include
an entry for the storage system initialization utility.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: Run the storage system initialization
utility from its installation directory.
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Known problems and limitations
Description
Detail
Japanese version of Windows – Selecting the Help
option results in two extraneous dialog boxes
opening that indicate that the
NavisphereArrayInitTool.htm file needs to be moved
or copied.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: Press the Cancel button on each of
these two dialog boxes and then the help text will open
successfully.
NetWare – Entering a blank or invalid IP address will
cause the tool to appear hung.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: Press Enter a second time and
enter a valid IP address.
Storage-system discovery –The NetWare version
of the storage system initialization utility will not
discover uninitialized storage systems unless the
management station has been configured to receive
global broadcasts.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: From a console window on the
management station, perform the following steps:
1. Type set allow non local broadcasts .
2. Record the current setting. If it is equal to 1, you
already have reception of broadcasts from other
subnets enabled and do not need to make any
changes.
3. If the value from step 2 is any value other than 1,
type set allow non local broadcasts = 1
4. Run the storage system initialization utility from a
server that has only one active network card or use
the Windows version of this utility.
5. If you do not want to leave your management station
configured to receive global broadcasts, type set
allow non local broadcasts = value_from_step_3
Storage-system discovery – The NetWare version
of the storage system initialization utility will not
discover uninitialized storage systems if the
management station has more than one active
network card.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: Run the utility from a server that has
only one active network card.
Navisphere Server Utility problems
Description
Detail
64 bit Windows 2003 – The Configure iSCSI
Connections on this server selection cannot be
used on servers running the 64-bit version of
Windows 2003.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: Use the 64-bit version of the
Microsoft Initiator software to configure the iSCSI
connections.
Registration Service –The Windows 2003 version
of the server utility does not automatically register
new connections with the storage system.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: When a new connection is created,
perform a manual registration using the server utility UI.
The registration service can be used to automatically
update the storage system for subsequent changes to this
connection.
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Known problems and limitations
Description
Detail
Configuring CHAP – Enabling or disabling CHAP on
an existing connection can result in the connection
becoming unconfigured.
Frequency: Intermittent
Prevention/resolution: Reconfigure the connection with the
desired CHAP settings.
VMware – The server utility will display only one path
to the VMware console.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: This behavior is as expected.
Storage-system discovery –The NetWare version
of the server utility does not properly scroll screen
output when many devices are present.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: Redirect the output from the utility to
a file to facilitate viewing.
Navisphere Express problems
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Description
Details
iSCSI - In certain situations, using Navisphere
Express to enable/disable CHAP on AX150i storage
systems will cause the iSCSI ports to become
unconfigured.
(137454)
Frequency: Rare (only if the port is in a “link down”
state)
Prevention/resolution: Verify that all of the iSCSI data
ports on the storage system are connected to the
network and are currently accessible. Ping may be
used to verify this. If you have encountered an error
that CHAP could not be enabled (The 'Enable'
of the iSCSI initiator
authentication failed: Invalid
port speed.), reconfigure the data ports that
have become unconfigured and then establish network
connectivity for the ports prior to reattempting to enable
Basic or Advanced CHAP.
Passwords – Passwords cannot contain nonEnglish characters. There are several cases though
where the software will appear to allow the user to
create a password with non-English characters but
this password will be rejected during a subsequent
login attempt.
Frequency: Every time
Prevention/resolution: Use only English characters
when creating passwords.
Creating a virtual disk – When creating a virtual
disk, the error message Out of bounds can be
returned.
Frequency: Very Intermittent
Prevention/resolution: This error message indicates
that you have exceeded the 128 virtual disk limit. Do
not create more than 128 virtual disks.
Changing IP address of storage processor B –
Changing the IP address of storage processor B can
result in storage processor A showing storage
processor B as unmanaged.
Frequency: Intermittent
Prevention/resolution: Reboot storage processor A.
Multiple browser windows –Managing your storage
system through multiple browsers on the same or
different servers can result in inconsistent views of
the storage system.
Frequency: Intermittent
Prevention/resolution: Do not manage your storage
system through multiple browser windows at the same
time.
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Known problems and limitations
Description
Details
Drive letter mappings – Navisphere Express does
not correctly display drive letter mappings for all
virtual disks when you assign a large number of
virtual disks to a single server.
Frequency: Every Time (if you assign too many virtual
disks to the server)
Prevention/resolution: Either do not assign more than
30 virtual disks to the same server or assign all the
virtual disks you want to the server, and accept the fact
that there will be incorrect mapping of drive letters.
Write cache disabled – You may see this warning
message after you upgrade software.
Frequency: Intermittent
Prevention/resolution: It can take five minutes for the
write cache to become enabled after upgrading your
software, at which time the warning message should
disappear.
Downloading diagnostic files – Downloading
diagnostic files does not work correctly when
Navisphere Express is launched from an Internet
Explorer Revision 5.5 browser.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: Upgrade your Internet Explorer
browser software to a version higher than 5.5.
Software upgrade using Mozilla or Firefox web
browsers – An error message may be displayed
indicating that your security certificate contains the
same serial number as another certificate. (124170)
Frequency: Intermittent
Prevention/resolution: Use browser options to delete
the certificate associated with the storage system and
restart the software upgrade.
SAN Copy - Clicking an item in the Assigned To list
in the Manage SAN Copy dialog causes you to be
redirected to the login screen. This occurs when the
link name contains the # character.
Frequency: Every Time (if the # character exists in the
name)
Prevention/resolution: Do not use the # character when
naming storage systems that will be used in SAN Copy
configurations.
Navisphere FA MIB problems
Description
Detail
System URL – Storage systems that are being
managed with Navisphere Express do not return the
correct URL for the system URL OID of the FA MIB.
A null string is returned.
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: Type the URL for the storage
system into your browser software manually.
Snapshot problems
Problem description
Details
Navisphere Server Utility – Managing snapshots that
have the same name can result in unexpected
behavior in the Navisphere Server Utility.
Frequency: Every time
Prevention/resolution: Provide unique names for
snapshots that will be managed from a shared server.
Navisphere Express - Preparing multiple snapshots
simultaneously can result in an erroneous error
message indicating that you are out of disk space.
Frequency: Intermittent
Prevention/resolution: Wait until one snapshot has
transitioned to the Ready state before preparing the next
snapshot.
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Known problems and limitations
Problem description
Details
Navisphere Server Utility - Providing access to a
snapshot on the secondary server can take up to 30
seconds. This issue has been seen only on Windows
Server 2003 servers running PowerPath MPIO
attached to an iSCSI AX-series storage system.
(124230)
Frequency: Every Time
Prevention/resolution: None.
Navisphere Server Utility - Snapshot operations
Frequency: Every time
performed by the Navisphere Server Utility will fail if the Prevention/resolution: Use English characters when
virtual disk name contains non-English characters.
naming virtual disks if you will be using the snapshot
feature.
Navisphere Server Utility - Unable to start a snapshot
from the Navisphere Server Utility.
Frequency: Infrequent
Prevention/resolution: Run the Navisphere Server Utility
from its installation folder/directory.
Navisphere Express - When you try to create a
snapshot, the following error is displayed: Unable
to create snapshot resources.
Please create an additional disk
pool and try again.
Frequency: Infrequent
Prevention/resolution: Wait one minute and try to create
the snapshot again.
Admsnap problems
Problem description
Details
Admsnap – Linux Admsnap on a Red Hat Linux
system cannot access more than seven devices on
the secondary (backup) server.
Frequency: Frequently
Prevention/resolution: By default the Linux kernel creates
only eight sg devices. (The internal disk uses one of the sg
devices.) If you want the server to access more than seven
devices, you must create additional sg devices and link
them to the sd devices.
Localization problems
Problem description
Details
Navisphere Server Utility – The following text
Frequency: Every time
string was not correctly internationalized. It will
Prevention/resolution: Please refer to the localized release
always appear in English.
notice to obtain the translated version of this string.
No devices were found that could
activate this session.
Navisphere Storage System Initialization Utility –
The following text string in the iSCSI data port
settings dialog was not correctly internationalized. It
will always appear in English.
Direct Connect
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Frequency: Every time
Prevention/resolution: Please refer to the localized release
notice to obtain the translated version of this string.
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Problem description
Details
Navisphere Express – The following text string was
not correctly internationalized. It will always appear
in English.
The specified user already
exists.
Frequency: Every time
Prevention/resolution: Please refer to the localized release
notice to obtain the translated version of this string.
Navisphere Express – The following text string was
not correctly internationalized. It will always appear
in English.
Operation failed: The software
package specified is already
installed.
Frequency: Every time
Prevention/resolution: Please refer to the localized release
notice to obtain the translated version of this string.
Navisphere Manager – The following text string
was not correctly internationalized. It will always
appear in English.
Initiator settings for a single
host MUST BE CONSISTENT for all
paths. Please run the Failover
Setup Wizard for this host to
make these settings the same.
Frequency: Every time
Prevention/resolution: Please refer to the localized release
notice to obtain the translated version of this string.
PowerPath problems
PowerPath problems are described in the PowerPath release notes on the
AX150 support website.
Limitations
This section lists issues that may affect the configuration or repair of the
storage system.
Snapshot configuration limitations
Snapshots
Maximum number
Per storage system
8
Per source virtual disk
1
PowerPath limitations
Any PowerPath limitations are described in the PowerPath release notes
on the AX150 support website.
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Technical notes
Technical notes
This section contains information that will help with the installation, use,
and management of the storage system. It provides generic information
that applies to all platforms as well as platform-specific information.
AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, and AX150i notes
SP startup
For dual-SP storage systems (AX150 or AX150i), EMC recommends that
you reboot an SP only during periods of low I/O activity. If the server
does not have at least one path to each SP, we recommend stopping
server I/O. For a single-SP storage system (AX150SC or AX150SCi), stop
all I/O to the storage system.
Returning a storage system to an uninitialized state
To return an AX150 storage system to the uninitialized state (no
management passwords, able to change management IP addresses) go to
the AX150 support website and choose Get Service & Support >
Frequently Asked Questions.
Event log entries appear out of order
FLARE OE software may not always enter items into the event log in the
order in which they occurred. This happens only when several events
occur at approximately the same time. The time stamps are correct.
Hot spare ownership
Once a hot spare is assigned to a degraded virtual disk, that virtual disk
owns it until either the virtual disk is repaired and the equalize
operation completes, or the virtual disk is destroyed. If the virtual disk is
accidentally double-faulted because you removed the wrong disk
module during repair, then re-inserting the incorrectly removed disk
module should cause the virtual disk to return to its original state
(including continued operation with the hot spare engaged).
Disk module insertion and removal
When inserting or removing more than one disk module from a storage
system, you must pause between each removal or insertion to allow the
storage system to recover. Before inserting or removing the next disk
module you should make sure that:
Š
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A newly inserted disk module's amber light is off and its blue light
has returned to a normal state: on or blinking due to I/O in progress.
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Š
On a disk module removal, the blue lights for the other disk modules
return to a normal state: on or blinking due to I/O in progress.
Š
The storage system appears to have resumed normal operation.
Database disk module replacement
You should replace disk module 0, 1 or 2 only when the storage system
is fully operational. The disk modules in these slots are FLARE OE
database disk modules. Each database disk module contains an image of
the storage-system configuration and current operating status. FLARE
OE software ensures that the newly inserted disk module has the correct
database information copied to it when it is installed while the storage
system is running. If you insert a disk module into one of these slots
when the storage system is powered off, the correct FLARE OE database
information is not written to the replaced database disk module. As a
result, storage-system configuration problems may occur when the
storage system is powered up or if another database disk module fails. If
you install a FLARE OE database disk module and you find that existing
virtual disks are not enabled, contact your service provider.
Software image disk module replacement
The FLARE software image is stored on disk modules 0 and 2 for the
AX150SC and AX150SCi and disk modules 0, 1, 2 and 3 for the AX150
and AX150i. Disk modules 0 and 2 mirror the software for the AX150SC
and AX150SCi SP and for the AX150 and AX150i SP A. Disk modules 1
and 3 mirror the software for the AX150 and AX150i SP B. You should
never remove and/or replace both disk modules in one of the mirrors at
the same time. If you do, no software exists to support that SP, and the
SP becomes nonfunctional.
Navisphere Integrator management of non-AX150 CLARiiON storage
systems on the same subnet as AX150-series storage systems
If you install an AX150-series storage system on the same network as
other CLARiiON storage systems that you manage with Navisphere
Integrator, you must upgrade to Navisphere Integrator version 6.16 or
higher.
Linux server notes
Admsnap
Admsnap does not support Linux 2.2 kernels.
Snapshot management
The reboot of the Linux server may be slow if deactivated snapshots
exist. Activating the snapshots allows the reboot to complete normally.
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Technical notes
VMware ESX Server configuration and usage notes
Also see the notes in the “Installation” section.
General limitations
The following configuration limitations and caveats apply regardless of
whether Navisphere Express or Navisphere Manager is used to manage
an AX150-series storage system.
Š
Use of the Navisphere Server Utility View/Update Server to SP
connections option under a guest OS running in a virtual machine
will cause incorrect server information to be displayed in
Navisphere. Use this option only under the ESX Server Service
Console. Access to user data will not be affected.
Š
SnapView™ source virtual disks provided by the AX150-series
storage system must be configured on an ESX Server system as raw
device mappings (RDMs). Snapshots cannot be assigned to the ESX
Server system, but must instead be presented to a server running an
operating system of another type. Virtual devices that are not used
for SnapView snapshot operations may reside on VMFS Volumes.
Š
VSS is not supported.
Navisphere Express limitations
The following configuration limitations and caveats apply when an
AX150-series storage system is managed using Navisphere Express.
Š
Snapshots cannot be assigned to ESX Server. This is not a restriction
for Navisphere Manager.
Š
When using RDMs, the source virtual disk can be assigned to only
one ESX Server. This is not an issue for Navisphere Manager.
Navisphere Manager limitations
When an AX150-series storage system is managed using Navisphere
Manager, a snapshot disk and the underlying source virtual disk
may both be assigned to the same ESX Server system as long as they
are not both visible to the same guest OS running on the same ESX
Server.
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Documentation
Documentation
The AX150 support website where you accessed these release notes also
contains the most up-to-date documents and troubleshooting trees for
this product release.
The AX150-Series Documentation CD (P/N 053-001-518) that shipped with
the storage system also contains documents and troubleshooting trees
for this product release; however, they are superceded by those on the
AX150 support website.
The troubleshooting trees on the AX150 support website are updated
frequently.
Documentation updates
This section contains updates to AX150-series documentation.
Update to AX150-Series Documentation CD (P/N 053-001-518)
If you are viewing the documentation CD on a Solaris server, the pdf
files may not open directly from the index.htm page. You can either save
the pdf when prompted or you can view the pdfs from the AX150
support pdf folder.
Update to the Fibre Channel storage-system installation guides and the HBA
addition or replacement guides
In the “Verifying HBA registration” section, the first sentence in the
second bullet in step 2 should be:
If the status is Inactive, either the physical connection between the HBA
and the storage system is faulty or the server is not powered up.
Update to the iSCSI storage-system installation guides and the NIC or iSCSI HBA
addition or replacement guides
In the “Verifying NIC or iSCSI HBA registration” section, the first
sentence in the second bullet in step 2 should be:
If the status is Inactive, either the physical connection between the NIC
or iSCSI HBA and the storage system is faulty or the server is not
powered up.
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Documentation
Update to AX150-Series - Installing an iSCSI Storage System with a Network
Connection to a Windows Server and AX150-Series - Installing an iSCSI Storage
System with a Direct Connection to a Windows Server
Dynamic disks
Contrary to what the installation guides say, do not upgrade a disk in an
iSCSI storage system to a dynamic disk when writing a digital signature
to the disk. Dynamic disks are not supported by the Microsoft iSCSI
Software Initiator.
NIC initiators
Contrary to what the installation guides say, when configuring your NIC
initiators to connect to the iSCSI storage system target, you cannot enable
header or data digests when you create an iSCSI login session or
discovery session.
A known defect in Microsoft iSCSI Initiator Revisions 1.05 and 1.06
causes the Initiator not to re-establish the connection between a server
and a storage system when certain iSCSI digest errors occur. This
behavior can cause the server to lose access to the storage system.
Because of this, EMC does not support the use of iSCSI header or data
digests for servers using Microsoft Initiator revisions 1.05 or 1.06 to
target CLARiiON iSCSI storage systems. This defect will be corrected in
a future version of the Microsoft Initiator.
iSCSI digests are primarily used to protect against data corruption from
misbehaving network devices in layer 3 networks. Users are advised to
use caution when running iSCSI I/O over a problematic layer 3 network
without the protection of iSCSI digests. If a CLARiiON iSCSI storage
system is deployed in such an environment, it should be configured to
support digests, for example, a corrected version of the Microsoft
Initiator.
Update to EMC CLARiiON Server Support Products for Windows Installation Guide
Contrary to the note on page 1-6 under the CLARiiON VSS Provider
heading, the CLARiiON VSS Provider is supported on CX-series and
AX-series with Navisphere Manager or Navisphere Express.
Update to Navisphere Express Online Help
In the pop-up description for Secondary server, the note should also
state that the secondary server cannot be a virtual machine on a VMware
server.
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Documentation
Update to PowerPath release notes
Š
All AX150-series installation, planning, and troubleshooting
documents and software are located on the AX150 support website.
For information on accessing the site, refer to the support
documentation that shipped with your storage system. Refer only to
these documents for prescribed installation and troubleshooting tips
when using your AX150-series storage system. For an overview of
the AX150 with PowerPath, be sure to read PowerPath in Action:
Maintaining Access to Virtual Disks in the AX150 (click PowerPath in
the “Technical descriptions” section of the AX150 support website).
Š
A logical device or LUN on other EMC storage systems is known as
a virtual disk in an AX150-series storage system.
Š
When there are references to accessing Powerlink, ESM, and E-Lab™
Navigator, click Supported Configurations in the “Technical
descriptions” section of the AX150 support website
Š
Issue Tracker is not supported.
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Software media, organization, and files
Software media, organization, and files
The following table lists the software and documentation media for this
product release.
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Part Number
CD-ROM
053-001-273
AX-Series Server Support CD
053-001-458
EMC PowerPath Version 4.3.2 w4.4 for Linux CD (Fibre Channel only)
053-001-460
EMC PowerPath Version 3.0.5 for Novell NetWare CD (Fibre Channel only)
053-001-340
EMC PowerPath Version 4.4.1 for Windows CD (Fibre Channel and iSCSI)
053-001-396
EMC PowerPath Win iSCSI 1.1 for Windows CD (Additional iSCSI
software)
053-001-383
EMC PowerPath Version 4.4 for Solaris CD (Fibre Channel only)
053-001-518
EMC CLARiiON AX150-Series Documentation CD
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Installation
Installation
The storage-system component (FLARE Operating Environment) of the
Integrated Management Software is installed on the storage system at
the factory prior to shipment. To install a new version of this software on
the storage system, refer to the procedure for upgrading storage-system
software on the AX150 support website. For information on accessing
this site, refer to the support information that shipped with the storage
system. Once on the website, click Storage-system software under
“Software” in the “Upgrade” section.
You must install the server components of the Integrated Management
Software. For information on installing these components, refer to the
table below:
Software to install
Software media
Installation instructions
Navisphere Storage System
Initialization Utility
AX-Series Server Support CD
(P/N 053-001-273)
Getting Started – AX150/AX150SC
(P/N 300-002-952)
or
Installation instructions for your configuration
type in the “Install” section of the AX150
support website or the EMC CLARiiON AX150Series Documentation CD (P/N 053-001-518)
EMC PowerPath Version 4.3.2
for Linux CD
(P/N 053-001-258)
EMC PowerPath Version 3.0.5
for Novell NetWare CD
(P/N 053-001-460)
EMC PowerPath Version 4.4.1
for Windows CD
(P/N 053-001-340)
EMC PowerPath Win iSCSI 1.1
for Windows CD
(P/N 053-001-396)
EMC PowerPath Version 4.4
for Solaris CD
(P/N 053-001-383)
Installation instructions for your configuration
type in the “Install” section of the AX150
support website or the EMC CLARiiON AX150Series Documentation CD (P/N 053-001-518)
Navisphere Server Utility
PowerPath
VMware ESX Server installation notes
How you install an AX150-series storage system in a configuration with
VMware ESX Server software depends on whether you have upgraded
from managing the storage system with Navisphere Express to
managing with Navisphere Manager.
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Installation
For a storage system managed with Navisphere Express
Follow the instructions in VMware ESX Server chapter in the EMC
Installation Roadmap for CX3-Series, CX-Series, AX-Series, or FC-Series
Storage Systems with the following exceptions:
Š
Install the Navisphere Initialization Utility and Navisphere Server
Utility from the AX-Series Server Support Products CD that shipped
with the storage system. Follow the instructions for Linux in the
Getting Started - AX150/AX150SC guide to install and run these
utilities on the ESX Server Console OS (COS).
Š
Skip the step on installing admhost because SAN Copy/E is not
supported for Navisphere Express.
Š
Do not upgrade the storage system to Navisphere Manager.
Š
Skip the step on installing software enablers because they are not
needed for Navisphere Express.
Š
Use Navisphere Express instead of Navisphere Manager to configure
the storage system as follows:
Š
• Create a hot spare.
• Create one or more disk pools.
• Create one or more virtual disks on the disk pools.
• Assign one or more disks to the ESX Server.
Use Navisphere Express to set up Event Notification in place of
setting up Event Monitor with Navisphere Manager.
For a storage system with Navisphere Manager
Follow the instructions in the VMware ESX Server chapter in the EMC
Installation Roadmap for CX3-Series, CX-Series, AX-Series, or FC-Series
Storage Systems.
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Installation
VMware ESX Server guest OS installation instructions
When installing the Navisphere Server Utility on a Windows guest OS
virtual machine, it is important that you answer No to the question Do
you want information about this server to be updated
every time the server starts? Failing to do so can result in
misleading server information in Navisphere Express displays.
When installing the Navisphere Server Utility on a Linux guest OS
virtual machine you will need to edit the Linux startup file to remove the
following entry:
"/opt/Navisphere/bin/naviserverutilcli update"
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Troubleshooting and getting help
Troubleshooting and getting help
To troubleshoot problems with your AX150SC, AX150SCi, AX150, and
AX150i storage system, use the troubleshooting trees in the
“Troubleshoot” section on the AX150 support website or the AX150Series Documentation CD. You must use the troubleshooting trees before
your service provider will send you a replacement part. To launch the
troubleshooting trees, click Interactive help tool in the “Troubleshoot”
section. The AX150 support website also includes a list of authorized
service providers.
The information on the website may be more up-to-date than the information
on the documentation CD. For information on how to access the AX150
support website, refer to the support information that shipped with the
storage system.
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software. The Expat source may be found here: http://www.emc.com/ClariionOpenSource/
This product includes code licensed from RSA Data Security.
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Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that
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following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. The end-user documentation included with the redistribution, if any, must include the following
acknowledgment:
"This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/)."
Alternately, this acknowledgment may appear in the software itself, if and wherever such third-party
acknowledgments normally appear.
4. The names "Xerces" and "Apache Software Foundation" must not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without prior written permission. For written permission, please contact
[email protected]
5. Products derived from this software may not be called "Apache", nor may "Apache" appear in their name,
without prior written permission of the Apache Software Foundation.
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PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN
ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
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This software consists of voVirtual Disktary contributions made by many individuals on behalf of the Apache
Software Foundation and was originally based on software copyright (c) 1999, International Business Machines,
Inc., http://www.ibm.com. For more information on the Apache Software Foundation, please see
<http://www.apache.org/>.
Cryptix copyright and license
Copyright © 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 The Cryptix Foundation
Limited. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that
the following conditions are met:
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disclaimer.
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following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE CRYPTIX FOUNDATION LIMITED AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS''
AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
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LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND
ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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The OpenSSL toolkit stays under a dual license, i.e. both the conditions of the OpenSSL License and the original
SSLeay license apply to the toolkit. See below for the actual license texts. Actually both licenses are BSD-style
Open Source licenses. In case of any license issues related to OpenSSL please contact [email protected]
Copyright (c) 1998-2001 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary
forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following
acknowledgment: "This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL
Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)"
4. The names "OpenSSL Toolkit" and "OpenSSL Project" must not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without prior written permission. For written permission, please contact [email protected]
5. Products derived from this software may not be called "OpenSSL" nor may "OpenSSL" appear in their names
without prior written permission of the OpenSSL Project.
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software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS;
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OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER
IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN
ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISEDOF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young ([email protected]). This product
includes software written by Tim Hudson ([email protected]).
Original SSLeay License
Copyright © 1995-1998 Eric Young ([email protected])
All rights reserved.
This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young ([email protected]). The implementation was
written so as to conform with Netscape's SSL. This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as
long as the following conditions are adhered to. The following conditions apply to all code found in this
distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code. The SSL documentation included
with this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms except that the holder is Tim Hudson
([email protected]).
Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright notices in the code are not to be removed. If this
package is used in a product, Eric Young should be given attribution as the author of the parts of the library
used. This can be in the form of a textual message at program startup or in documentation (online or textual)
provided with the package.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that
the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following
acknowledgement:
"This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young ([email protected])" The word
'cryptographic' can be left out if the routines from the library being used are not cryptographic related.
4. If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative thereof) from the apps directory (application code)
you must include an acknowledgement:
"This product includes software written by Tim Hudson ([email protected])"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN
ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
The license and distribution terms for any publicly available version or derivative of this code cannot be
changed. [i.e. this code cannot simply be copied and put under another distribution license including the GNU
Public License.]
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