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About this Document
This document describes how to install HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance (SMA) software v2.0 Service Pack 4. SMA software v2.0 service packs are cumulative, which means this service pack contains the software and documentation of previous Storage Management Appliance service packs. Before you perform the installation activities described in this document, please read the HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software v2.0 SP4 Read Me First, found in the SMA2SP4.exe download, or at: http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/management appliance/documentation.html
Note: HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software v2.0 SP4 Read Me First describes important decisions you must
hp OpenView storage management appliance software v2.0 SP4
Read instructions completely before beginning the installation procedures
make before installing the components described in this document.
To install SMA software v2.0 SP4, refer to the following sections:
Preparing Software for Installation on the Storage Management Appliance, page 1 Installing Software on the Storage Management Appliance, page 2
Preparing Software for Installation on the Storage Management Appliance
This section describes:
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How to prepare an FTP server for use in installing product software on the Storage Management Appliance. The procedure involves establishing a folder structure and copying the SWP files in the desired location. Where to place a copy of the SWP files on the Storage Management Appliance.
Note: The average time to install all files is approximately 30 minutes.
Preparing the FTP Server
Use the following procedure to prepare an FTP server for installing product software on the Storage Management Appliance: 1. Make sure the FTP server allows anonymous access. If the FTP server does not accept anonymous access, contact your system administrator to obtain the username and password for this FTP server. This information will be required during the software installation procedure. 2. Create a download folder on the FTP server to temporarily hold the SWP files.
hp OpenView Storage Management Appliance software v2.0 SP4 Installation Instruction First Edition (June 2003) Part Number: AV-RNE9J-TE
3. Copy the files you need from this list to the download folder created in step 2: SMA2SP1a.swp DisableWebDAVPatch.swp PRSInterOperabilityPatch.swp Command_View_EVA_V3_0a.swp
FCHBAPerfEnhancements.swp HSG_Element_Manager_V10E.swp The FTP server is now ready and the product software is positioned for installation.
Note: The default appliance name for a Storage Management Appliance (hardware version 1.0) begins with swma and includes the last 6 characters of the appliance serial number. If the Storage Management Appliance software was restored using the Quick Restore CD v2.0, then the default appliance name begins with sma and includes all 12 characters of the appliance serial number. The default appliance name for an Storage Management Appliance II begins with sma and includes all 12 characters of the appliance serial number.
Preparing the Storage Management Appliance
Use the following procedure to prepare the Storage Management Appliance for installing product software on this appliance: 1. Copy the files you need from this list to a network share accessible from the Storage Management Appliance: SMA2SP1a.swp DisableWebDAVPatch.swp PRSInterOperabilityPatch.swp Command_View_EVA_V3_0a.swp FCHBAPerfEnhancements.swp HSG_Element_Manager_V10E.swp 2. Open a Microsoft Terminal Services session to connect and log in to the Storage Management Appliance.
Note: If a Terminal Services session is not available, then temporarily connect a monitor, mouse, and keyboard to the Storage Management Appliance to complete this procedure.
3. Log in to the Storage Management Appliance using a valid username and password. 4. Click Settings. 5. Click Maintenance.
Note: If reinstalling or updating an application, make sure the applications are not running before proceeding. Click the Manage Tools link and stop the appropriate application service.
6. Determine the installation method to use from the following list and continue in the appropriate section of this document below:
3. From the Storage Management Appliance, connect to the network share that contains the files copied in step 1 of this section. 4. Copy the files to the following Storage Management Appliance directory: C:\COMPAQ\SWPInstallKits The product software is now ready for installation. 5. Disconnect from the share drive. 6. Log out of the Terminal Services session or disconnect the monitor, mouse, and keyboard.
FTP server Use this option only if the SWP files have been copied to an FTP server. Local Disk on the Storage Management Appliance Use this option to install SWP files from the Storage Management Appliance hard disk installation kits directory.
Note: Only the options presented in this procedure are supported for this product release.
Installing Software on the Storage Management Appliance
This section describes how to install HP storage management applications on the Storage Management Appliance. One or more of the following may be required to complete this procedure:
FTP server a. Click the Install Software option. An Installation Wizard page displays. b. Click Next at the bottom of the page. c. Choose FTP Server. d. Click Next at the bottom of the page. e. Type, or accept, the following information to establish an FTP network connection with the Storage Management Appliance.
Note: All entries are case-sensitive.
Product name FTP server name and path, if using the FTP server installation method Network package file name (SWP)
Install the SWP files you need in SP4 using the following procedure: 1. Close all browser windows, Microsoft Management Console (MMC) sessions, Terminal Services sessions, and Java applets that are open to and on the Storage Management Appliance. 2. From a client computer, launch a Web browser and browse to the Storage Management Appliance, using the following format: http://<appliance_name> Page 2 For FTP server name, type the fully-qualified domain name of the FTP server on which the SWP files are located (or enter the IP address of the server). For Full File Path, type the absolute path of the download folder and the SWP file name in the text box. For example, /<download_folder_path>/ SMA2SP1a.swp
For User name, accept the default of anonymous. f. Click Finish at the bottom of the page. The SWP file downloads from the FTP server and unpacks. g. The screen will return with the file display name, for example, Storage Management Appliance v2.0 SP1a. h. Click Next. An Installation in Progress message will display. i. Click Finish. j. Repeat the above process (step a - step i) for the SWP files shown in Table 1, in sequence, as needed. k. Continue with step 7. Local Disk on the Storage Management Appliance a. Click the Install Software option. An Installation Wizard page displays. b. Click Next at the bottom of the page. c. Choose Local Disk on the Storage Management Appliance. d. Click Next at the bottom of the page. e. Choose the appropriate SWP file from the drop-down list. f. Click Next at the bottom of the page. g. The screen will return with the file display name, for example, Storage Management Appliance v2.0 SP1a. h. Click Next. i. Click Finish.The management appliance will return to the Maintenance page. j. Repeat the above process (step a - step i) for each of the files shown in Table 1 in sequence, as needed.
Table 1: Program Files to Install in Sequence Sequence Number File Name File Display Name
DisableWebDAVPatch.swp - See Caution below
Disable Web Authoring Patch
Caution: During the installation of the Disable Web Authoring patch, the patch installation will appear to not be progressing and appear frozen. This is due to the Internet browser temporarily losing the connection to the Storage Management Appliance. The patch has installed properly. After a moment, manually refresh the browser and the connection with the Storage Management Appliance will be reestablished.
PRSInterOperabilityPatch.swp Command_View_EVA_ V3_0a.swp HSG_Element_ Manager_V10E.swp
PRS InterOperability Patch Command View EVA v3.0a HSG Element Manager
Note: If you use Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 to view the HSG Element Manager software, install the Microsoft hot fix on your client computer as described in the HP StorageWorks HSG Element Manager Release Notes (Part number: AA-RNEAK-TE).
Note: Installing this.swp file will reboot the Management Appliance.
Fibre Channel HBA performance optimization
Note: If the file names do not display in the drop-down list, verify that the SWP files are located in the C:\Compaq\SWPInstallKits directory.
Storage Management Appliance v2.0 SP1a
k. Continue with step 7. 7. Verify that the devices you installed exist on the Devices or Tools page. Does an entry exist?
Install the required Microsoft SQL Server Virus (W32.SQLExp) Critical Correction for HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance (March 2003) - see Installing the Microsoft SQL Server Patch on page 4. Perform Network View activities as needed see Storage Management Appliance Software v2.0 SP1a and Network View on page 4.
Yes. Stop, the installation is complete. No. Return to step 4 to repeat the installation.
You have now completed the installation activities for HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance v2.0 Service Pack 4.
Installing the Microsoft SQL Server Patch
HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software v2.0, Service Pack 4 was tested with the Microsoft SQL Server patch installed after HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance v2.0 SP1a.
Note: If you choose to install this patch, do so after installing HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance v2.0 SP1a.
If you install Network View after installing the Storage Management Appliance v2.0 SP1a software, you must run the following command: c:\filestore\FixupService.exe c:\program files\compaq\sanworks\appliance manager\config\service.ini
To install the Microsoft SQL Server patch, 1. Browse to: http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/soft waredrivers/managementappliance/w32sqlexp.html 2. Follow the instructions to install this patch.
Storage Management Appliance Software v2.0 SP1a and Network View
This section describes procedures you must perform if you use HP SANworks Network View software. You can find more information about Network View at: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/network view/index.html
Existing Network View v2.0B Installations
If HP SANworks Network View v2.0B is installed on the Storage Management Appliance, you must set the following services to Manual directly on the Storage Management Appliance before installing Storage Management Appliance v2.0 SP1a software.
1. Use either a Terminal Services session or attach a monitor, keyboard and mouse to the Storage Management Appliance. 2. Choose Start > Programs > Administrative Tools > Services. 3. Right-click one of the services and choose Properties. 4. Change the Startup type to Manual. 5. Click OK. 6. Repeat step 3 through step 5 for the second service.
Installing Network View After Installing the Storage Management Appliance v2.0 SP1a software
If Network View v2.0B or v2.0B/SP1 is already installed, and you then install Storage Management Appliance v2.0 SP1a, then you must reinstall Network View 2.0B SP1.
HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance II and Storage Management Appliance Software v2.0 Service Pack 4
1. 1.44 MB (3.5") Floppy Disk Drive 2. Latching Mechanism (facilitates easy hood removal) 3. 24x Max CD-ROM (with easy front ejection removal) 4. Front LED's (show server status)
5. Unit identification button and LED (for easy in rack server identification) 6. Two 1" Wide Ultra3 SCSI 18.2GB Hot Plug Hard Drives 7. 2U Form Factor
Intel Pentium III FC-PFA 1.26 GHz Processor
At A Glance
ServerWorks HE-SuperLite Chipset Triple Peer PCI Architecture with 133 MHz Front Side Bus 1 GB PC133 MHz Registered ECC SDRAM memory Three PCI expansion slots: Two HP 64-bit/66 MHz and one standard 64-bit/33 MHz Two HP NC3163 Fast Ethernet NICs Embedded 10/100 WOL (Wake On LAN) Smart Array 5i Controller (integrated on system board) Two 1" Wide Ultra3 SCSI 18.2GB Hot Plug hard drives Redundant 400 Watt Power Supply, CE Mark Compliant, Universal Voltage Sliding rails and cable management arm for easy serviceability and in-rack tool-less access to major components Protected by HP Services, including a three-year, Next Business Day, on-site limited Global warranty and extended Pre-Failure Warranty, which covers processors, memory, and hard drives Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Consult the HP Customer Support Center at 1-800-345-1518 for details.
Product Description/ Overview
The HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance (previously SANworks Management Appliance) is a combined hardware and software solution that provides a centralized point for configuration, management and monitoring of storage elements, including switches and storage devices, while simplifying management tasks and reducing cost. It offers a comprehensive and cost-effective configuration, monitoring and storage management solution for the multiple platform SAN. Designed to connect directly to a SAN fabric, the Storage Management Appliance is a host-independent system that performs management functions without requiring host computers.
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North America Version 26 October 1, 2003
Simple, unobtrusive management of storage elements High SAN performance since the appliance is located out of the data path High SAN availability since data transfers occur independent of the appliance Support for multiple management and monitoring applications A web-based, centralized user interface Headless operation for increased security Role-based authorization Support for SSL encryption Support for mixed heterogeneous platforms More cycles for processing applications on host servers Centralized web-based configuration interface for easy storage management across multi-vendor storage resources Proactive automated responses to monitored events Automation of complex and repetitive storage management tasks Customer deployable and customizable scripts for policy-based automation Support for popular virus & data protection software Customer restore CD
Provides centralized web-based storage configuration and monitoring to manage across network and multi-vendor platforms. Simplifies SAN element management through a single, scalable, host-independent graphical management interface for a range of storage configurations across heterogeneous SANs. Improves security by providing storage monitoring and management independent of host servers. Provides high performance monitoring by being located out of the data path. Supports the Open SAN by providing a host-independent SAN monitoring solution for heterogeneous devices. Provides for SAN redundancy through support for multiple appliance points of presence on a SAN. Reduces Total Cost of SAN Ownership through a comprehensive, highly scalable, host-independent management platform for various sized storage configurations.
Software Features/ Functionality
HP OpenView storage management appliance software v2.0. The web-based interface for storage management HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software v2.0 is the industry's first centralized, appliance-based monitoring and management interface for the Open SAN. Storage Management Appliance software provides a web-based aggregation and entry point for centralized storage management. This intuitive interface allows the user to organize, visualize, configure and monitor storage from a single navigation point on the SAN. It provides a launch site for a variety of value-added HP storage management applications as well as popular data and virus protection products, and provides navigation links to directly manage storage devices. HSG Element Manager is an easy to use, graphical storage configuration and monitoring HSG Element Manager tool for HSG80/60 storage that centralizes SAN management across network and multivendor platforms. Included with the Storage Management Appliance software, the HSG Element Manager reduces the job of storage management to simple point-and-click, across the switched Fibre Channel SAN. Features include: Easy configuration of RAID sets, virtual disks, SAN storage systems Event notification via email, pager alert, web interface display, SNMP traps Reliable monitoring provides field replaceable unit (FRU) level fault detection and notification, an SNMP agent with custom management information base (MIB) event logging Integration with HP Insight Manager 7, allowing HSG Element Manager to be launched from the Insight Manager console Unified storage management: from one web-based user interface to manage multiple StorageWorks subsystems Support for ACS 8.7F/S/P/L* Support for StorageWorks RAID Array/Modular Array enclosures Presents logical storage views *NOTE: HSG Element Manager v1.0E is required for support of ACS NOTE: 8.7F/S/P/L. HSG Element Manager v1.0E is included with HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software v2.0 Service Pack 4 and can be downloaded from the web at: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/softwaredrivers/ managementappliance/index.html
Command View EVA (previously HSV Element Manager)
Virtual Controller Software (VCS) provides storage controller software capability for the HSV110 & HSV100 Array Controllers. Dual redundant HSV1xx Array Controllers are configured into the StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array (EVA), HP's ultra-high performance, ultra-high capacity, and ultra-high availability VersaStor-enabled "virtual" RAID (Vraid) storage solution. Additional information about Virtual Controller Software can be found online at http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/enterprise/index.html VCS is managed through Command View EVA (previously HSV Element Manager), a device management application with a graphical user interface that runs on the Storage Management Appliance and that is accessed via a Web browser. Up to 16 Enterprise Virtual Array storage systems (16 HSV1xx controller pairs) can be managed by a single Storage Management Appliance in an Enterprise Virtual Array SAN. *NOTE: Command View EVA v3.0a is the current version of software required for NOTE: managing VCS v3.0. Command View EVA v3.0a software is available with Storage Management Appliance software v2.0 Service Pack 4, Storage Management Appliance software v2.0 Service Pack 4 can be found on the web at: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/ managementappliance/documentation.html The following guidelines apply to the maximum number of controller pairs managed by Command View EVA (HSV1xx controller pairs) and HSG Element Manager (HSG controller pairs): Element Manager Managed Controller Pairs Maximum Number of Controller Pairs Command View EVA HSV1xx 16 HSG Element Manager HSG 25 NOTE: Current guidelines allow only one (1) active Storage Management Appliance per management zone. Before beginning the migration procedure, review your storage environment to ensure compliance with these guidelines. For additional information concerning Storage Management Appliance migration please see the White Paper titled at http://h18006.www1.hp.com/storage/whitepapers.html Automation Manager provides an infrastructure that enables storage administrators to Automation Manager implement automated storage management solutions in their enterprise. This infrastructure supports policy-based automation for tasks and job scheduling for a heterogeneous set of platforms through the use of host agents. Proactive, automated responses can be defined for storage hardware-based events monitored by the Storage Management Appliance using customizable or user-defined scripts. Scripts are easily customized with the graphical user interface provided. Automation Manager is included with HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software v2.0. NOTE: These Web sites are available in English only.
HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software. Factory-installed version included with hardware; updates available for download from the web at: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/softwaredrivers/managementappliance/index.html NOTE: This Web site is available in English only. StorageWorks Command Scripter Automation Manager software Automation Manager host agents support the following operating system prerequisites versions: Microsoft Windows 2000 Server and Advanced Server SP2, SP3 Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 SP6a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 HP Tru64 UNIX v5.1, v5.1a Sun Solaris 7, 8 HP OpenVMS Alpha v7.22, v7.3, v7.3-1 (UCX support only) HP-UX 11.0, 11.i IBM AIX v4.3.3, v5.
Storage Management Appliance Supported Browsers Operating System Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 SP6a Microsoft Windows 2000 Server and Advanced Server SP2 & SP3 Microsoft Windows Server 2003 (IA32) HP Tru64 UNIX v5.1, v5.1a Sun Solaris 7, 8 HP-UX 11.0, 11I HP OpenVMS v7.2-2, v7.3, v7.3-1 Red Hat Linux v7.1, v7.2
Browser IE 5.5, 6.0 SP14; NN6.2.31 IE 5.5, 6.0 SP14 ; NN6.2.31 IE 6.0 SP14 NN 6.2.3 NN 6.2.3 NN 6.2.1 Compaq Secure Web Browser v1.02 NN6.2.33
Legend IE = Internet Explorer NN = Netscape Navigator 1Command View EVA and HSG Element Manager supported with IE 5.5, 6.0 only. 2 Command View EVA not supported. 3 HSG Element Manager not supported. 4 HSG Element Manager requires Microsoft Hot Fix Q Article # 818506 with IE 6.0 SP1. It can be acquired from http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx? scid=kb;en-us;818506 NOTE: This Web site is available in English only. NOTE: Supported layered software products may have certain browser restrictions not reflected in this matrix. Ensure that you read and understand the Release Notes for each product before using.
Supported Hardware Devices Storage Arrays
HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array, all models* HP StorageWorks Enterprise Modular Array 16000 Fibre Channel HP StorageWorks Enterprise Storage Array 12000 Fibre Channel HP StorageWorks Enterprise Modular Array 12000 Fibre Channel HP StorageWorks Modular Array 8000 Fibre Channel HP StorageWorks Modular Array 6000 Fibre Channel *NOTE: HP StorageWorks eva3000 requires a minimum of Storage Management NOTE: Appliance software v2.0 Service Pack 2 for support. HP StorageWorks eva5000 with VCS v3.0 requires Service Pack 4. HP StorageWorks SAN Switch 2/16 HP StorageWorks SAN Switch/8 & /16 HP StorageWorks SAN Switch 2/8-EL & 2/16-EL HP StorageWorks SAN Switch 8-EL & 16-EL HP StorageWorks SAN Switch Integrated/32 & 64 (1 Gb/s) HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 Brocade Silkworm 2400, 2800, 2050, 2250, 6400, 6432 Brocade Silkworm 12000, 3200, 3600, 3800 HP StorageWorks Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop Switch 8 (FC-AL)* HP StorageWorks SAN Director 64 HP StorageWorks Director 2/64 HP StorageWorks Edge Switch 2/32 HP StorageWorks Edge Switch 2/16 McData ED-6064 Director (1 Gb/s) McData ED-6064 Director (2 Gb/s) McData ED-5000 Director McData ES-3016 McData ES-3032 HP StorageWorks Modular Data Router II & III* HP StorageWorks NAS Executor e7000* HP StorageWorks NAS b3000* HP StorageWorks NAS b2000* HP StorageWorks NAS n2400* Network Appliance F700 & F800 series filers *NOTE: These devices are supported by a subset of Storage Management Appliance NOTE: software v2.0 event management and notification features.
Supported Layered Software
HP StorageWorks Business Copy v2.1, v2.1a (minimum Service Pack 2 required) HP StorageWorks Continuous Access EVA (minimum Service Pack 3 required) HP StorageWorks Secure Path Manager v4.0, V4.0A, V4.0B HP OpenView Storage Provisioner v1.0, v1.1 HP OpenView Storage Area Manager v3.0 with SANMGR_00008 patch or later* (Service Pack 4 required) HP SANworks Network View v2.0B SP2 (Service Pack 4 required) HP Storage Allocation Reporter v1.0D SP2 HP Proactive Remote Service v4.5, v5.0 HP OpenView Storage Data Protector v5.0 McAfee NetShield v4.5 Symantec Norton Antivirus v7.6 Trend Micro ServerProtect v5.31 eTrust InnoculateIT v6.0 VERITAS Backup Exec v8.6 VERITAS NetBackup Client v4.5 Legato NetWorker v6.2 * The Storage Management Appliance II requires a 1 GB memory upgrade to support OpenView Storage Area Manager (HP part number: 201694-B21; includes two 512-MB DIMMs) NOTE: Supported layered software products may have certain interoperability restrictions. Ensure that you read and understand all Documentation and Release Notes for each product before you install them on your Storage Management Appliance. NOTE: HP only supports those software products that have been tested and qualified by HP Labs. Software not listed on this Supported Layered Software list will not be supported by HP if installed directly on a Storage Management Appliance.
Software Distribution Media
HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software v2.0 update media and documentation is included with a new Storage Management Appliance II purchase. Current customers may order a CD-ROM and updated hardcopy documentation set from the Web at: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/softwaredrivers/managementappliance/index.html. Web downloads for all software updates. Including Service Packs are also available for current Storage Management Appliance customers at: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/softwaredrivers/managementappliance/index.html NOTE: These Web sites are available in English only.
Storage Management Appliance II (previously SANworks Management Appliance II) 189715-002 (1) Intel Pentium III 1.26 GHz Processor Processor 512 KB level 2 ECC cache Cache Memory 1 GB (Standard) PC133 MHz Registered ECC SDRAM Memory 2 HP NC3163 Fast Ethernet NIC (embedded) PCI 10/100 WOL (Wake on LAN) Network Controller 2 18.2 GB (internally mirrored) with 1" Wide/Ultra3 drive cage Hard Drive 24x IDE CD-ROM Drive Optical Drive Rack (2U), (3.5-inch) Form Factor
Intel Pentium III 1.26 GHz Processor
1 GB (PC133 MHz Registered ECC SDRAM Memory)
Two HP NC3163 Fast Ethernet NIC (embedded) PCI 10/100 WOL (Wake on LAN)
I/O (3 Total, 0 available) 64-bit/33 MHz PCI 32-bit/33 MHz PCI
2 Emulex LP 8000, 1 Unused PCI slot 2 Emulex LP 8000, 1 Unused PCI slot
Diskette Drives CD-ROM Hard Drives
1.44 MB 24x IDE CD-ROM Drive (Low-Profile) 2 18.2 GB (internally mirrored) with 2" x 1" Wide Ultra3 drive cage
Parallel Serial Pointing Device (Mouse) Graphics Keyboard External SCSI (for tape only) Network RJ-45 USB
Not Used Service Optional for Diagnostic & Set-up Optional for Diagnostic & Set-up Optional for Diagnostic & Set-up Not Used Network Portal Not Used
Rack (2U), (3.5 inch)
ProLiant Essentials Software
HP Insight Management Agents HP Web-enabled Management Agents help systems administrators rapidly respond to potential and actual system events resulting in increased system stability and reduced troubleshooting complexity. They provide direct access to in-depth instrumentation built into ProLiant servers and send alerts to Insight Manager 7 and other management consoles. Agents provide a consolidated view of all system health and configuration information. For additional information about the Insight Management Agents and other HP management products for ProLiant servers, please visit the management Web site at: http://h18013.www1.hp.com/products/servers/management/index.html NOTE: This Web site is available in English only.
Industry Standard Compliance
ACPI 2.0 compliant PCI 2.2 compliant WOL Support Microsoft Logo certifications
Manageability Insight Manager 7 Tivoli NV, Storage Manager CA Unicenter
400 Watt (x2), CE Mark Compliant with configured Redundant Power Supply, Universal Voltage
For required cabling information, refer to the SANworks Management Appliance Configuration Guide (Part Number 244979-003, 3R-Q970C-01), the SANworks Management Appliance Site Planning Requirements (Part Number AVRSOEA-TE), and the SANworks Management Appliance Rack Install Poster (Part Number AV-RSODA-TE).
Clearance in the front of the rack should be a minimum of 36 in for the front door to open all the way and for adequate airflow. Clearance in the back of the rack should be a minimum of 36 in to allow for servicing and for adequate airflow.
For redundancy, assure that the power cords are plugged into two separate AC supplied branch circuits. The overall system AC current load must not exceed 80 percent of the branch circuit AC current rating. If power strips are used, the load should not exceed 80 percent of the power strip's marked electrical current rating.
For proper operation and safety, the equipment must be properly grounded in accordance with NFPA 70-1993, Article 250. All power distribution devices, branch wiring, and receptacles must be "Listed" grounding-type devices. When using power strips for electrical distribution, make sure that ground integrity is maintained for each connection made. Plug each component into a reliably grounded outlet.
The Storage Management Appliance II draws cool air in through the front door and exhausts warm air out the rear. Therefore, the front door of the rack must be adequately ventilated to allow ambient room air to enter the cabinet, and the rear door must be adequately ventilated to allow the warm air to escape from the cabinet. Do not block the ventilation apertures.
HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance software (factory-installed version included) Updates and Service Packs available for order or download from the web at: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/softwaredrivers/managementappliance/index.html NOTE: This Web site is available in English only.
Service and Support, HP Care Pack and Warranty Information
Hewlett-Packard Company grants the right to the use of the HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance (hardware and base software contained on the Storage Management Appliance) with purchase.
Hardware: (3-1-1) Three-year warranty, first year, on-site, next day response, years two and three, parts exchange. Software: HP warrants that the software media will be free of physical defects for a period of 90 days from delivery. Additional warranty protection can be purchased with HP Care Pack Services or contractual services. NOTE: Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Consult the HP Customer Support Center for details.
HP Installation and HP Care Pack Services Overview
Upgrades to the warranty are available as HP Care Pack & contractual services. These services are available to upgrade the warranty to (full year & Multi-year coverage with call window of 9 hours by 5 days or 24x7 for hardware support, software advisory and remedial software telephone support, new version license rights, and media and documentation distribution service. Hardware Product Services Installation services On-site Maintenance (includes warranty support) Response time upgrades during the warranty period Post-warranty coverage For additional software and hardware installation and on-going maintenance information please refer to the following URLs: http://h18000.www1.hp.com/services/carepaq/us/hardware/cp_storage.html http://h18005.www1.hp.com/services/carepaq/us/install/cp_storage.html http://h18005.www1.hp.com/services/carepaq/us/priority/cp_storage.html Warranty Upgrade Options Response - Upgrade on-site response from next business day to same day 4-hours Coverage - Extend hours of coverage from 5 days x 9 hours to 7 days x 24 hours Duration - Select duration of coverage for a period of 1 or multi-year Additional Warranty protection and/or HP Installation packages can be purchased HP Care Pack is defined as an upgrade to the product warranty attribute, available for a specific duration and hours of coverage. HP Care Pack is not available for less than the duration of the product warranty. HP Care Pack is available for sale anytime during the warranty period for most products, but the commencement date will be the same as the Warranty Start Date (delivery date to end user customer). Proof of purchase may be required. HP Care Pack services are prepaid. For additional HP Care Pack (hardware and software) information, as well as orderable part numbers, please refer to the following URL: http://h18005.www1.hp.com/services/carepaq/index.html
HP Care Pack Information and Installation Services NOTE: Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Consult the HP Customer Support Center for details.
HP Care Pack Services for the HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance
9x5, 4-Hour Hardware On-Site Coverage 2-Hour Software phone support - 3 Years FM-HBSEE-36/262186-002 24x7, 4-Hour Hardware On-Site Coverage 2-Hour Software phone support - 3 Years FM-HASEE-36/262188-002
HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance Installation and Start-up Service
One day on-site HP will install the hardware and included software application components, and configure the applications for successful discovery and monitoring of managed elements on the customer's SAN Includes an orientation session, which provides the customer with direction on the configuration and usability of the Storage Management Appliance and its related software North America part number: 236030-002
0,1 2,3,4,5 A B C
Two 18.2 GB Ultra3 Drives Not Used 1.44 MB Diskette Drive 24x IDE CD-ROM (MultiBay) Not Used
Quantity Supported Removable Media 1.44 MB Diskette Drive IDE CD-ROM Drive Hard Drives Up to 1 Up to 1 A B Integrated Integrated IDE Position Supported Controller
Wide Ultra3 Hot Pluggable Drives
2 18.2 GB 10,000 rpm Two 2, 3 64-Bit/66 MHz Dual Channel Wide Ultra3 SCSI Adapter
System Unit Dimensions (HxWxD) Weight Input Requirements (per power supply)
3.38 x 17.5 x 25.75 in (8.59 x 44.45 x 65.45 cm) Maximum: No drives: Range Line Voltage Nominal Line Voltage Rated Input Current Rated Input Frequency Rated Input Power 60 lb (27.22 kg) 47.18 lb (20.41 kg) 90 to132 VAC/180 to 265 VAC 100 to 120 VAC/220 to 240 VAC 6A (110V) to 3A (220V) 50 to 60 Hz 600W
BTU Rating SCSI Connectors Power Supply Output Power (per power supply) Temperature Range Relative Humidity (non-condensing) Maximum Wet Bulb Temperature Acoustic Noise
1,475 BTU/HR Three HD68 connectors (2 internal, 1 external) supporting Ultra2 Rated Steady-State Power Maximum Peak Power Operating Shipping Operating Non-operating 82.4 F (28 C) Idle (Fixed Disk Drives Spinning) L Wad (BELS) L pAm (dBA) Operating (Random Seeks to Fixed Disks) L Wad (BELS) L pAm (dBA) 6.6.400W 400W 50 to 95 F (10 to 35 C) -40 to 158 F (-40 to 70 C) 10% to 90% 5% to 95%
1.44-MB Diskette Drive
Diskette Size Read/Write Capacity per Diskette (high/mid/low density) Drives Supported Drive Height Drive Rotation Bytes/Sector Tracks/Side (high/low) Access Times
3.5 in 1.44 MB/1.2 MB/720 KB formatted One 12.7 mm 300/360/300 rpm 512 80/80 Track-to-Track (high/mid/low) Average (high/mid/low) Settling Time Latency Average 3/3/6 ms 174/94/94 ms 15 ms 100 ms/83.3 ms/100 ms
LED Indicators (front panel) Green
Transfer Rate (high/mid/low) 500/500/250 Kb/s Sectors/Track (high/mid/low) 18/15/9
Cylinders (high/low) Read/Write Heads
Hot Plug Wide Ultra3 SCSI Hard Drives 18.2 GB 10K 142673-B22
Capacity Height Width Interface Transfer Rate Synchronous (Maximum) Seek Time (typical reads, including settling)
18209.3 MB 1 in (2.54 cm) 4 in (10.16 cm) Wide Ultra3 SCSI 160 MB/s Single Track Average Full-Stroke Rotational Speed Logical Blocks 50 to 95 F (10 to 35 C) 0.9 ms 5.5 ms 12 ms 10,000 rpm 35,566,080
Physical Configuration Operating Temperature
24X Max IDE CD-ROM Drive (MultiBay)
CD-DA, CD-ROM (Mode 1 and 2) CD-XA, CD-I (Mode 2, Form 1 and 2) CD-I Ready, CD Extra, Video CD, CD-Bridge Photo CD (Single and Multi-session) CD-WO
Capacity Diameter Rotational Speed Center Hole Thickness Track Pitch Block Size Mode 0 Mode 1 Mode 2 Interface Access Times (typical) Data Transfer Rate Cache Buffer Start-up Time (typical) Stop Time Operating Conditions Dimensions IDE (ATAPI) Random Full-Stroke Sustained Burst 128 KB < 10 seconds < 5 seconds Temperature Humidity (HxWxD, maximum) Weight
550 MB (Mode 1, 12 cm) 640 MB (Mode 2, 12 cm) 4.7 in, 3.15 in/12 cm, 8 cm 4200 rpm maximum 0.6 in/15 mm diameter 1.2 mm 1.6 m 2,368, 2,352 bytes 2,352, 2,340, 2,336, 2,048 bytes 2,352, 2,340, 2,336, 2,048 bytes < 140 ms < 300 ms 150 KB/s (sustained 1X) 2100 to 3600 KB/s
41 to 120 F (5 to 55 C) 10% to 80% 0.51 x 5.24 x 5.2 in (1.3 x 13.31 x 13.21 cm) < 340g
HP NC3163 Fast Ethernet Network Interface NIC Embedded 10/100 Compatibility WOL Data Transfer Method Network Transfer Rate 10Base-T (Half-Duplex) 10Base-T (Full-Duplex) 100Base-TX (Half-Duplex) 100Base-TX (Full-Duplex) Connector Cable Support 10Base-T 100Base-TX
10Base-T/100Base-TX IEEE 802.3/802.3u compliant 32-bit bus-master PCI 10 Mb/s 20 Mb/s 100 Mb/s 200 Mb/s RJ-45 Categories 3, 4 or 5 UTP; up to 328 ft (100 m) Category 5 UTP; up to 328 ft (100 m)
Standard Included Optional
Includes hardware to mount into 9000 Series Rack For mounting Storage Management Appliance II in an eSeries Rack, part number 342237B21 is required.
Standard - Included
X2 CORDS, AC, Nema, SJT, 16AWG, 12FT
X2 CORDS, AC, IEC-IEC, 10FT 142263-003
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