HP Storageworks 3000 Enterprise Virtual Array
2 x RAID ( FC-AL ) - RAID 0, 1, 5, Rack-mountable, 8 x 300 GB hot-swap FC-AL, PC, Unix
The HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array 3000 (EVA3000) is the mid-range member of the HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array. The EVA3000 is a high performance, high availability "virtual" RAID storage solution serving the middle tier of the enterprise class marketplace that removes the time, space and cost boundaries of traditionally architected storage. The EVA3000 is designed for the data center where there is a critical need for improved storage utilization and scalability w... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your HP Storageworks 3000 Enterprise Virtual Array photo ]
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HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array 3000
The HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array 3000 (EVA3000) is the mid-range member of the HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array. The EVA3000 is a high performance, high availability "virtual" RAID storage solution serving the middle tier of the enterprise class marketplace that removes the time, space and cost boundaries of traditionally architected storage. The EVA3000 is designed for the data center where there is a critical need for improved storage utilization and scalability while meeting application specific demands for consistently high transaction I/O and MB data rate performance, seamless capacity expansion, instantaneous replication, and simplified storage administration. The EVA3000 provides a service portfolio combining hardware and service into a single part number to rapidly deploy the EVA and maintain a solid storage platform. HP offers a full spectrum of complimentary EVA hardware and software product service solutions ranging from the three year Foundation Service Solution, the base level of service included in most EVA offerings, to Critical Service, HP's support for mission critical environments.
EVA3000/5000 Series v4.0 Controller Media (VCS v4.0) provides support for: Industry popular multipathing Business Copy enhancements - 3-phase snapclone, instant restore and RSM Topology Manager Availability enhancements
DA - 11619
Worldwide Version 18 December 5, 2005
Enterprise Virtual Array 3000 Independent Bundles
2C1D EVA3000 Models
Factory Integration is required for bundled models. The EVA3000 offers a choice of cabinets which must be ordered separately (Use the 325584-888 factory integration part number with your order). The EVA3000 Models are modular, scalable, no-singlepoint-of-failure storage solutions, which provide disaster tolerance and business continuance support for storage consolidation on heterogeneous SANs. EVA3000 2C1D-C with Foundation Service Solution NOTE: Includes one 3U Controller assembly with two HSV100 controllers w/redundant power supplies, one M5314A 3U Dual-redundant FC loop 14-bay disk enclosure & appropriate mounting rails EVA3000-D Starter Kit with 3 year 9x5 next day business day warranty NOTE: Includes one 3U Controller assembly with two HSV100 controllers w/redundant power supplies, one M5314A 3U Dual-redundant FC loop 14-bay disk enclosure & appropriate mounting rails, 8x 146 GB 10K rpm HDDs, 4x1 TB Command View licenses, factory integrated. NOTE: This offering is supported only for factory integration. It is available worldwide.
Enterprise Virtual Array 3000 Field Installation
Please refer to the Expansion options (Step 4) - listed in the Configuration Information and Configuration Rules - for details on components available for field installation. These components are useful for adding EVA3000 components to existing EVA3000 storage configurations or into on-site customer-supplied racks.
Unique Customer Benefits/Value
Outstanding self-tuning performance ensures consistency in meeting application service level agreements, allowing your users/clients to accomplish more in less time, scale capacity ondemand and minimize data administration overhead. State-of-the-art controller software with virtualization technology helps improve performance, increases disk utilization efficiency, and allows for easy dynamic storage expansion, all of which helps lower costs. Virtually Capacity- Free Snapshot (Vsnap) function can save storage administrators significant disk space and improve disk utilization efficiency. Virtually Instantaneous Snapclone copy capability allows immediate use of the clone copy and can save customers significant savings of time. Enhanced versatility and cost effectiveness provided by the ability to perform Snapclones between high performance disks and the FATA disks. EVA allows for increased flexibility and improved capacity utilization by supporting changing the Vraid type with Cross Vraid Snapshot and Snapclone, within the same disk group and Cross Vraid Snapclone across disk groups. Cross Vraid Snapclone also supports changing the Vraid type when Snapcloning from a high performance disk group to a FATA disk group. Single part number, integrated modules make ordering easy and assures that the storage solution meets customer requirements upon arrival Easy to use management tools which allow management of larger SAN configurations with more servers and more storage solutions, reduces management time up to 15x and substantially lowers costs EVA Foundation Services solution quickly deploys a highly available Enterprise Virtual Array storage platform into production and delivers ongoing hardware and VCS support. Through the EVA's no charge Instant Support Enterprise Edition (ISEE) remote monitoring capabilities, the EVA has the ability to provide self-monitoring and diagnosis and it will transmit status information to an HP service center for proactive problem resolution. Enhance EVAs inherent features with these HP products and services for added value: The HP StorageWorks Business Copy EVA Comes complete with an improved User Interface and Supports Virtually Capacity Free Snapshot (Vsnap) function which can save customers significant disk space and improve disk utilization efficiency Includes Virtually Instantaneous Snapclone copy capability allowing immediate use of the clone copy providing customers significant time savings Leading edge HP Continuous Access EVA perform point-in-time local replication with highly available Fibre Channel (FC) multi-path support, dual FC fabric nearline data protector and campus, metro or continental SAN extensions. Business application specific solutions, in line with HP Information Lifecycle Management strategy, that support your business goals and help with the challenge of data management: Rapid Backup for mySAP Business Suite on EVA Disaster Tolerance Solution for mySAP Business Suite on EVA HP Critical Service (CS) for EVA is a comprehensive support solution designed for businesses running mission critical applications which cannot tolerate downtime without significant business impact. HP Critical Service provides the right combination of proactive and reactive services designed to maximize availability and performance. This includes a 6-hour call to repair commitment. Availability is limited. Certain qualifications are required for eligibility.
Fibre Channel Technology The EVA3000 takes advantage of the benefits of FC in distance, performance and connectivity. The use of optical Fibre cabling allows distances between connected segments of a SAN to be up to 500 meters @ 1 Gb; 300 meters @ 2 Gb using short wave multi-mode cable and up to 10 kilometers (6.21 miles) @ 1 Gb when using long wave cable. The EVA3000 with VCS is 2 Gb enabled on each FC path, but will also support 1 Gb FC paths for backwards compatibility. Storage Area Networks (SANs) can be constructed using FC switches for fabric connectivity (currently up to a maximum of 20 FC switches supported). Enterprise Virtual Array Product Packaging The EVA3000 packaging consists of a 3U FC dual controller assembly and 14-bay HP StorageWorks Model M5314A FC Drive Enclosures. The controller and drive enclosures are independent of each other to allow a wide range of configuration options. The EVA3000 is designed to address moderate capacity needs ranging (from 1 - 8 TB) as well as high performance options in commercial environments. The bundled models are factory rack-mounted in either an EVA cab (based on the HP rack 10000 series choice of 42U, 36U and 22U heights) or Rack System/E cabinets (choice of 41U, 33U and 25U heights) via the Factory Integration process (See Configuration Information & Configuration Rules, for details). The Controller Pair Assembly and Accessory Kit are available to accommodate adding EVA3000 subsystems to existing EVA3000 configurations and to support qualifying customer-supplied racks. Support for industry-leading Operating System platforms including: HP-UX, HP Tru64 UNIX, HP OpenVMS, Windows 2000 (Advanced Server), Windows Server 2003 (Enterprise Edition), Sun Solaris, Linux, Novell NetWare, VMware and IBM AIX.
No-Single-Point-of-Failure The EVA3000 redundant architecture and value added software eliminate single-points-of-failure from server to storage in clustered or single server configurations with multi-pathing. Disaster Tolerant Replication Lite - Arrays - EVA3000 (Software option) HP StorageWorks Continuous Access EVA provides disaster tolerant replication across a Fibre Channel SAN. Continuous Access EVA performs real-time replication between HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Arrays. Continuous Access EVA provides the highest level of FC SAN data protection to customers in order to meet disaster tolerant business continuity implementation goals. Through the use of MAN/WAN Fibre Channel SAN extensions, Continuous Access EVA provides 24x7 protections against disaster like scenarios, in campus, metro or continental networks. Thus, enabling business protection against unforeseen events. HP StorageWorks Disaster Tolerant Solution for mySAP Business Suite on EVA offers a business continuance solution for SAP environments, where data integrity and value added functionality are high priorities. Best practices for implementing remote mirroring of an SAP database as part of an overall data protection strategy with SAP applications can be found at: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/solutions/dtmysapeva/index.html
15K rpm Drive Support
FATA Drive Support
Fibre Channel Switch Support
Redundant drive enclosure power supplies, blowers, controllers, cache battery backup, distributed hot spare disks and a multi-level Vraid architecture (Vraid0 - no redundancy, Vraid1 - high redundancy and Vraid5 - medium redundancy levels) ensure fault tolerance against system outages and data loss. HP StorageWorks Continuous Access EVA remote copy functionality is available with this release of VCS. For additional information about Continuous Access visit: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/storage/software.html HP StorageWorks Continuous Access EVA is a controller-based application that performs real-time replication between HP StorageWorks enterprise virtual arrays. The solution is enhanced to perform remote replication, and deliver high data availability and performance to users on Fibre Channel based campus, metro or continental Storage Area Networks (SANs). HP StorageWorks Disaster Tolerant Solution for mySAP Business Suite on EVA offers a business continuance solution for SAP environments, where data integrity and value added functionality are high priorities. Best practices for implementing remote mirroring of an SAP database as part of an overall data protection strategy with SAP applications can be found at: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/solutions/dtmysapeva/index.html
Fault Recovery -- HP Continuous Access EVA for Disaster Tolerance Applications
All EVA3000 models provide redundant cooling, power redundancy and environmental monitoring. Drives and most solution components are hot swappable. Each solution is configured with dual controllers that operate in dual redundant mode. Each controller has a pair of FC host ports. In the event of a path failure, the alternate path to the controller can be utilized with the use of multi-path software in the Operating System or in Secure Path software. The M5314A FC drive enclosure also supports dual redundant FC loops that provide load balancing and redundant paths should either FC loop become unavailable. The M5314A also has a mini FC hub on each FC loop; so that the FC loop can be rerouted should the next enclosure (disk or controller) in the loop become unavailable. The M5314A FC Drive Enclosure supports hot plug (power on) removal or insertion of FC high performance disk drives and FATA disk drives. All EVA3000 models are 2 Gb FC Switched Fabric "enabled" and can operate on 2 Gb or 1 Gb FC Switched Fabric SANs. They can co-exist in the same FC SAN with EVA4000, EVA5000, EVA6000, EVA8000, MA6000/MA8000/EMA12000/EMA16000 FC and RA8000/ESA12000 FC storage solutions. A management server is required on the SAN running Microsoft Windows or an existing HP OpenView Storage Management Appliance I, II, or III is required to manage EVA models. HP StorageWorks Command View EVA provides the capability to manage the EVA3000 and is installed on the management server or Storage Management Appliance. This powerful tool provides an easy mechanism to manage up to 16 EVA units in a SAN configuration. HP Command View EVA is purchased separately from the VCS media kit. Fibre Channel host connections provide up to 200 MB bandwidth for each path. Each controller has two Fibre Channel host ports (four ports in a redundant pair of controllers) assuring the availability of bandwidth for the most demanding applications. In addition, 2.5 GB of cache per controller pair ensures high performance. Mirrored write caching capability maintains optimal availability while assuring data integrity in the event of a failure.
Hot Pluggable Support
An EVA3000 controller pair will support up to 256 host connections (up to 1024 HBAs); and will scale up to 56 disks (14TB using 250 GB FATA HDDs, and 16.8 TB using 300 GB high performance HDDs). Factory integration options allow even greater configuration flexibility. Data center managers can customize storage configurations, using the residual cabinet U space to mount Storage Management Appliances, switches, HP-UX servers (in Rack System/E cabs only) or additional storage, and have the peace of mind that it is built with HP factory precision manufacturing. HP servers (HP-UX, ProLiant, AlphaServers) X86 servers Dell Servers SUN servers IBM servers Bull Escala Servers EVA3000/5000 Series v4.0 Controller Media Kit The HSV100 controller (for the EVA3000) utilizes VCS v4.0 firmware, and Continuous Access EVA and Business Copy EVA as optional value added software. For host connections, select the Operating System kit from the web site appropriate for your operating system and VCS version you are using. NOTE: As a convenience for customers the EVA3000 ships with VCS v3.028 pre-installed. EVA3000/5000 Series v4.0 Controller Media Kit contains both v4.0 and v3.028 firmware allowing the customer to choose the VCS version supporting their multipathing configuration. NOTE: HP Command View EVA v4.1 is required to operate with the components of the EVA3000/5000 Series v4.0 Controller Media (VCS v4.0) kit. This kit is sold separately from the VCS kit. For more information on this product please see: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storage/software/cmdvieweva/index.html NOTE: Choosing industry popular multipathing support with VCS v4.0 may require operating system and or HBA changes. Customers desiring to run VCS at v4.0 should indicate this when they contact HP Customer Services for installation assistance.
Servers Supported Single and Clustered
EVA3000 Required Software
EVA User Interface
Command View EVA v4.1 is REQUIRED to operate the EVA3000 with VCS v4.0 and must be separately purchased from the VCS kit. For more information on this product please see: URL: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storage/software/cmdvieweva/index.html NOTE: The EVA3000 will not operate without Command View EVA. HP StorageWorks Business Copy EVA (BC); HP StorageWorks Fast Recovery Solutions (FRS); HP OpenView Storage Area Manager suite; HP OpenView Storage Volume Growth; HP OpenView Storage Virtual Replicator; and HP StorageWorks Secure Path for HP-UX. Visit the HP storage software website http://www.hp.com/storage/software_index.html - for additional information.
EVA and Value-added Software Compatibility
Model EVA3000 & EVA 5000 VCS Firmware VCS v3.0d (VCS V3.025) for HSV110 (includes V3.014 and V3.020) VCS v3.0e (VCS v3.028) VCS for EVA3000/5000
Continuous Access Business Copy Continuous Access Business Copy EVA5000 EVA5000 v1.1, V1.0 v2.2, V3.0 license License Command View EVA Continuous Access Business Copy EVA3000 EVA3000 & EVA5000 v4.1* EVA3000 v1.1, v1.0, v3.0 license License VCS v4.0 for Command View EVA 4.1 Continuous Access Business Copy EVA3000 EVA3000 & EVA5000 EVA3000/5000 EVA3000 v2.1License v3.1 license *NOTE: Command View EVA V4.0 are compatible with VCS V3.028 at the versions original functionality levels. For full support of VCS V3.028 Command View EVA v4.1 is required.
Command View EVA Command View EVA v4.0
Operating Systems, Cluster and High Availability Compatibility with VCS v4.0
Operating System Microsoft Windows Versions Supported Windows 2000 Server SP4, Update Roll Up 1 for SP4 Windows 2000 Advanced Server SP4, Update Roll Up 1 for SP4 Windows 2003 Standard Edition (32/x64 & IA64) (and SP1) Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition (32/x64& IA64) (and SP1) Windows 2003 DataCenter Edition (IA64) SP1 Available Q106 v11i v1 (PA-RISC) v11i v2 (PA-RISC & Integrity) Cluster Server or High Availability Software Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS) is provided for ProLiant servers and other x86 platforms HA Versions Supported Failover Software (Clustering Supported MPIO DSM Full Feature Operating Systems) v1.0 for Windows Windows 2000 (Available on HP web) Advanced Server SP4, Update Roll Up 1 for SP4 Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition (32/x64 & IA64) (and SP1) Windows 2003 DataCenter Edition (IA64) Available Q106
HP ServiceGuard VERITAS Foundation Suite/HA
11.15 11.16 11.17 3.5 (v11i v1)
PV-Links, Native in OS Secure Path V3.0F SP1 for HP-UX VERITAS DMP 3.5 DMP(v11i v1)
Red Hat EL Advanced HP ServiceGuard for A.11.15 supports SLES8 Server 2.1(x86 32-bit, Linux* SP4 Integrity) - U7 or later A11.16 supports RHEL 4 Red Hat EL Advanced U1, RHEL3 U5 and SLES Server 3.0 (x86 32- & 9 SP1 64-bit, Integrity)- U5 or A.11.14 supports later RHEL2.1 U5 Red Hat EL Advanced Server 4.0 (x86 32- & 64-bit, Integrity ) U2 or later United Linux 1.0 (x86 32bit, Integrity) UL1.0/SLES8 SP4 SUSE/SLES9 (x86 32-& 64-bit, Integrity) SP2 v5.1B-2 HP TruClusters 5.1b HP Tru64 UNIX v5.1B-3 7.3-2 (Alpha) OpenVMS Clusters 7.3-2 (Alpha) HP OpenVMS 8.2 (Alpha and Integrity 8.2 (Alpha and Integrity IA64) IA64) 8.2-1 (Integrity IA64) 8.2-1 (Integrity IA64) 8 SunCluster 3.1 Sun Solaris 9 VERITAS Foundation 4.Suite/HA 5.2 HACMP 5.1, 5.2 IBM AIX 5.3 5.1 NetWare cluster server 1.01 Novell NetWare 6.5 1.7 ESX 2.5.2 (GSX & WSX VMware Application support) *NOTE: Service Guard certification matrix available at: NOTE: ftp://ftp.compaq.com/pub/solutions/enterprise/ha/linux/svcguard-certmatrix.pdf Cabinet Density
Qlogic Failover driver 7.05. 00p8 or later for Redhat EL AS 2.1 & 3.0 and United Linux 1.0 Qlogic Failover driver 8. 00.02p11 or later for Redhat EL AS 4.0 and SUSE/SLES9
Native in OS Native in OS
MPxIO for Solaris, Native in OS VERITAS DMP 3.5, 4.0 MPIO for IBM AIX, Native in OS MPIO for NetWare, Native in OS MPIO for VMware, Native in OS
A single 42U EVA cabinet can house up to 46.2 TB of raw capacity (using 300 GB disks) by adding additional EVA3000 subsystems. A single 41U Rack System/E cabinet can house up to 42.0 TB of raw capacity (using 300 GB disks) by adding additional EVA3000 subsystems
EVA cabs (based on the HP 10,000 Series Rack) are equipped with suitable 0U Power Distribution Units (PDUs) according to the voltage used in the country the solution is ordered. These PDUs allow redundant power and are located in the bottom and back of the cabinet for power cable entrance by the floor. The PDUs are 220/240V and 100V. The 220/240V PDUs are 0U high with a total of two AC power cords extending outside the cabinet The EVA 36U and 42U 100V PDU Cabinets supports are not to exceed power draw of 127V AC at 24Amps (per PDU pair); there are 2 PDU pairs per cabinet. This allows for the addition of additional EVAs or other equipment to the cabinet. Various PDU sizes are available with the Rack System/E as well as additional accessory choices such as blanking panels, doors and sides. For redundancy, order PDUs in quantities of two. The Rack System/E provides the added capability of integrating HP-UX servers, switches, as well as additional EVA3000 components (choose the PDU with the appropriate amperage for optional and additional components).
Total Cost of Ownership
The unique virtual architecture allows up to twice the normal effective capacity utilization of traditionally architected storage offerings. And with Virtually Capacity-Free Snapshot (Vsnap), significant duplicate capacity requirements can be eliminated resulting in fewer/smaller storage acquisitions.
EVA3000 Product Warranty
Service and Support, HP Care Pack, and Warranty Information
The Foundation Service Solution is included with some of the EVA3000 bundle models and the EVA3000 Controller Pair Assembly (unless otherwise noted). This factory warranty includes 3-year hardware support, with 4-hour response on a 24x7 basis as well as 3-year, 24x7 VCS phone-in support and updates. In addition, the EVA Foundation Service Solution includes Array Installation and Startup Service. Maintenance releases, bug fixes and patches for VCS will be available to warranty/support customers on the HP web site at: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/sanworks/softwaredrivers/vcs/index.html In countries where available, your HP Limited Warranty includes Customer Self Repair warranty services. Please refer to HP's Limited Warranty Statement for further details: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/warranty.html For additional information on foundation services, EVA product warranty and add-on options warranties, please refer to the URL listed below: http://www.hp.com/hps/index_support.html If you have specific questions about service and support contact your local HP representative. Contact information for your local area can be found at: http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/eng/contact_us.html EVA3000-D Starter Kit Product Warranty The EVA3000-D Starter Kit includes 3-year 9x5 basis hardware support, with next business day response. Standard 90 day software media defect warranty for the Hp Storage Works Command View software. NOTE: This offering is supported only for factory integration. It is available worldwide. EVA Remote Support Tools As a no charge option*, HP will install remote service tools for any EVA under warranty or service support. These tools will enable self-monitoring and diagnosis. The EVA will transmit status information to an HP service center or to the customer for proactive problem resolution *Contact your local Services department for more details. Support designed to enhance the EVA Foundation Solution with essential aspects of proactive support for the array including: Assigned Account Manager Semi-annual support planning meetings Ongoing account and change management Storage/SAN firmware recommendations Proactive Essentials support for the SAN is recommended for any SAN switch connected to an EVA3000/5000 This level of support will enhance the EVA Foundation Solution with proactive support designed to help customers avoid potential problems. P24 for the array includes: Assigned Account Manager Documented Account Support Plan Quarterly activity reporting Semi-annual support planning meetings Ongoing Account and Change Management Storage/SAN firmware recommendations Proactive 24 support for the SAN is recommended for any SAN switch connected to an EVA3000/5000
EVA Support Options offered at no charge
EVA Support Options offered a la carte
HP Proactive Essentials (PE)
HP Proactive 24 Service (P24)
HP Critical Services (CS)
Critical Service is designed for Business Critical environments. Critical Service enhances the EVA Foundation Solution with the following elements to maximize uptime. Business Collaboration & Technical Advice Account Support Plan Annual Availability Checkup Quarterly Support Activity Review Quarterly Support Planning and Review Sessions Quarterly OS/OE Patch Analysis and Management Quarterly Storage/SAN Firmware and Software Analysis and Management Technical Services Annual Storage High Availability Assessment Site Environmental Survey Electronic Information Support Software Updates Education Planning Assistance Assigned Customer Support Team Account Support Consultant Remote Support Account Advocate Hardware Support Specialist Rapid Reactive Support Critical Response Dedicated Phone Number Immediate Response / Intervention by HP-certified hardware and software specialists Dispatch of HA-trained hardware specialists for critical hardware problems Six-hour hardware Call-to-Repair Commitment Accelerated Escalation Management Enhanced Parts Inventory Management Flexible Call Submittal HP Mission Critical Partnership (MCP) is the highest level of Mission Critical Support available from HP. It is designed to enable an IT department to meet its most demanding commitments and to support your key mission-critical applications or critical IT services where specific service-level agreements (SLAs) have been made to end users or clients. HP Mission Critical Partnership is ideal where any disruption to the IT infrastructure would have an impact on the financial position or market credibility of your company or IT department.
HP Mission Critical Partnership
Other services to be considered with EVA solutions Availability Assessment Services for SAN
The HP Availability Assessment Service for SAN is designed to help a customer understand and enhance the high availability characteristics of a new storage area network (SAN). The customer's SAN infrastructure will be reviewed at a high level and a report produced identifying key issues affecting the availability of the SAN to end-users. Areas of risk will be identified and recommendations made to start addressing those risks. The availability that can be expected from the proposed HP SAN hardware and software will be modeled, along with a single what-if variation based on recommendations resulting from the risk analysis. Availability Management The Availability Management Service for SAN applies an established proactive and best practice approach to assist customers in the ongoing Services for SAN maintenance of availability levels in their SAN infrastructure. This service complements the standard remedial and added value software and hardware services by providing a focus on the key areas of IT Management best practices to sustain and align the availability of the customer's business critical systems requirements. Contact your local Services department for more details. HP SAN Solution Service The HP SAN Solution Service provides for the implementation of Fibre switches in a storage area network (SAN) environment. The three levels of this service are based on the size and complexity of your SAN environment. HP Data Migration Service For Open Systems, Mainframe and Mixed environments you can safely transport your information from your retired storage hardware to a new EVA. Move your mission critical data without the concern of interrupting your dayto-day operations. Help eliminate unexpected surprises and complexities with the total solution, the HP Data Migration Service. Speed up the process and increase the efficiency of migrating your information across a data center or around the globe, using LAN, WAN, or SAN connectivity, with the assistance of our highly trained storage experts HP Data Replication Solution Services provides implementation and HP Data Replication verification of the Continuous Access (CA) feature of the EVA storage array. Solution Service Continuous Access EVA The service is offered at three service levels, ranging from basic installation to more comprehensive implementation that can be tailored to meet the specific Implementation needs of your storage environment. HP Storage Optimization Our storage specialists and technical site assessors will collaborate with your designated IT storage administration staff to gain a thorough understanding Service of your business needs and heterogeneous storage environment. Focusing specifically on areas of exposure in your EVA storage/SAN environment, we will document in detail the architecture of the storage/ SAN configuration, including hosts; SAN interconnect devices, and any application-critical storage devices. Using industry-leading best practices as the framework, our storage specialists will identify potential weaknesses that may adversely affect the SAN/storage environment. We will deliver a comprehensive report that details your existing storage architecture and provides recommendations for improving efficiency and performance and evolving your storage environment to support your business needs.
HP EVA Training
Training for the Enterprise Virtual Array is now offered as part of HP comprehensive curriculum of HP Storage, Storage Management, and IT Service Management courses. These courses will provide the training required to realize the full potential of your HP EVA Virtual Array storage solutions, optimize your systems and SAN for highest efficiency, and achieve better return on your IT investments. HP has over 25 years experience in delivering effective product education through delivery methods designed to meet your company's needs. Printed job aids Self-paced online training The HP Virtual Classroom, allowing many kinds of training, presentation and ad hoc collaboration to take place online across long distances, providing individualized attention without the cost and time away from the workplace associated with classroom training Traditional classroom training at HP sites, or at the locations of HP partners Classroom training delivered at customer locations Customized education, based on HP's standard courses but with customer-specified timelines, topics and or levels of detail For more information about our courses see: http://www.education.hp.com/storage_array.htm
Model Drive Interface Controller Software Cache per controller RAID Support Channels Maximum Drives per cabinet Maximum drives with optional CTO M5314A drive enclosures Maximum Capacity per cabinet Maximum capacity with optional CTO M5314A drive enclosures Redundant Controllers Drive Capacities
EVA3000 2C1D EVA3000 2C2D EVA3000 2C4D Dual ported 2 Gb FC-AL Dual ported 2 Gb FC-AL Dual ported 2 Gb FC-AL VCS v4.0 VCS v4.0 VCS v4.0 1.25 GB 1.25 GB 1.25 GB Vraid0, Vraid1 and Vraid0, Vraid1 and Vraid0, Vraid1 and Vraid5 Vraid5 Vraid5 Four 2 Gb FC-AL Four 2 Gb FC-AL Four 2 Gb FC-AL 56 Not Applicable 4.2 TB 16.8 TB Yes 36 GB 10K rpm 72 GB 10K rpm 146 GB 10K rpm 300 GB 10K rpm 36 GB 15K rpm 72 GB 15K rpm 146 GB 15K rpm 250 GB FATA 8.4TB 16.8TB Yes 36 GB 10K rpm 72 GB 10K rpm 146 GB 10K rpm 300 GB 10K rpm 36 GB 15K rpm 72 GB 15K rpm 146 GB 15K rpm 250 GB FATA 16.8TB 16.8TB Yes 36 GB 10K rpm 72 GB 10K rpm 146 GB 10K rpm 300 GB 10K rpm 36 GB 15K rpm 72 GB 15K rpm 146 GB 15K rpm 250 GB FATA
Configuration Information and Configuration Rules
Step 1 Choose a Rack - Base and Factory Integration Information
Start your order by choosing a rack to house your EVA3000. You can choose either an EVA cab (based on the 10,000 series rack) or a Rack System/E racking system. For details in configuring and ordering the Rack System/E, refer to the Configuration and User Guide in the Information Library at the Rack Solutions webpage (http://www.hp.com/go/enclosures). CTO Factory integration part number United States, Latin America Primary Configuration Use of the Factory Integration part number is required for component integration. EVA3000 bundles MUST be ordered with a rack. One of the EVA cabs or Rack Rules System/E cabinets must be purchased to obtain a cabinet with the appropriate PDU for this storage product. PDUs for Rack System/E Cabinets are purchased separately. Additional EVA3000 bundles and drive enclosures may be ordered for multiple subsystem integration at the factory. Additional cabs are required to house configurations beyond the U-space of the initial cabinet. The EVA3000 controller pair assembly is available for field installation. The EVA3000 controller pair assembly (in conjunction with a controller accessory kit) should be ordered for field installation. HP Global Services will perform the on-site installation when an EVA3000 controller pair assembly is ordered. Each controller pair (whether factory integrated or field installed) will support a maximum of four drive enclosures. When calculating available U-space, assume that no space will be placed between the mounted components. EVA Cabinets Metallic graphite cabs with redundant PDUs EVA version of the Series NOTE: The number of subsystems varies and is determined by the interior U-space of the cab. 10,000 rack system 42U EVA cab 60 Hz (based on Series 10,000 rack system) 42U EVA cab 50 Hz (based on Series 10,000 rack system) 36U EVA cab 60 Hz (based on Series 10,000 rack system) 36U EVA cab 50 Hz (based on Series 10,000 rack system) 22U EVA cab 60 Hz (based on Series 10,000 rack system) 22U EVA cab 50 Hz (based on Series 10,000 rack system) HP StorageWorks 42U 100V EVA cabinet HP StorageWorks 36U 100V EVA cabinet 5642 (42U) Rack Cabinet System HP Rack 5642 System For additional cabinet accessories see: http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12074 Rack System/E Cabinets HP Rack System/E41 (41U, quartz) HP Rack System/E41 (41U, graphite) HP Rack System/E33 (33U, quartz) HP Rack System/E33 (33U, graphite) HP Rack System/E25 (25U, quartz) Various PDU sizes are available with the Rack System/E as well as additional accessory PDU for Rack System/E choices such as blanking panels, doors and sides. For redundancy, order PDUs in Cabinets quantities of two. Refer to the Configuration and User Guide in the Information Library at the Rack Solutions webpage: http://www.hp.com/go/enclosures. Please refer to the Expansion options (Step 4) - listed in the Configuration Information Field Installation and Configuration Rules - for details on components available for field installation. These components are useful for adding EVA3000 components to existing EVA3000 storage configurations or into on-site customer-supplied racks.
338042-B21 338043-B21 338044-B21 338045-B21 338046-B21 338047-B21 AD572A AD573A 358254-B21
A4902A A4902D A4901A A4901D A4900A
Non-HP rack and power requirements
For detailed information on determining compatibility of a non-HP rack, please visit http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/eva3000/specifications.html. Also refer to Step 4 for ordering instructions and components that accommodate onsite installation of EVA3000 subsystems into customer-supplied racks.
Step 2 Modular Solutions - Base and Factory-Integration Information
EVA3000 Models The following models are available worldwide - each includes HW, varied storage capacity, and Installation & Startup service, 3 years of Virtual Controller Software (VCS) phone-in support and updates, automated event notification and remote problem intervention, and 4-hour onsite response reactive hardware support (except as noted on the EVA3000-D Starter Kit). NOTE: These offerings require the cabinet be ordered separately. EVA3000 2C1D-C with Foundation Service Solution NOTE: Includes one 3U Controller assembly with two HSV100 controllers w/redundant power supplies, one M5314 3U Dual-redundant FC loop 14-bay disk enclosure & appropriate mounting rails. The following model is available worldwide - it includes hardware and software, the EVA has 3 years of 9x5 next business day support, automated event notification and remote problem intervention. Command View EVA carries the standard media defect software warranty. Please see the Command View EVA Quick Spec for more detailed information. http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storage/software/ NOTE: This offering requires the cabinet be ordered separately and is supported only for factory integration. It is available worldwide. EVA3000-D Starter Kit with 3 year 9x5 next day business day warranty NOTE: Includes one 3U Controller assembly with two HSV100 controllers w/redundant power supplies, one M5314 3U Dual-redundant FC loop 14-bay disk enclosure & appropriate mounting rails, 8x 146 GB 10K rpm HDDs, 4x1 TB Command View licenses, factory integrated. Please refer to the Expansion options (Step 4) - listed in the Configuration Information and Configuration Rules - for details on components available for field installation. These components are useful for adding EVA3000 components to existing EVA3000 storage configurations or into on-site customer-supplied racks.
EVA3000-D Starter Kit
Step 3 Required Options
Drives are orderable two ways - either with the purchase of an array, or as add-on drives for arrays already installed. There are different product numbers for Upgrade drives than Initial-installation drives
HP StorageWorks FC Drives - Factory installation
HP StorageWorks FATA Drives Factory installation
300 GB 10K rpm dual-port 2 Gb FC-AL 1-inch (2.54 cm) drive 146 GB 10K rpm dual-port 2 Gb FC-AL 1-inch (2.54 cm) drive 72 GB 10K rpm dual-port 2 Gb FC-AL 1-inch (2.54 cm) drive 146 GB 15K rpm dual-port 2 Gb FC-AL 1-inch (2.54 cm) drive 72 GB 15K rpm dual-port 2 Gb FC-AL 1-inch (2.54 cm) drive NOTE: Four disk drives, either size/type, are required per disk enclosure per system. 250 GB FATA disk dual-port 2GB FC Hybrid disk drive factory integrated NOTE: Minimum order requirement, with the first installation of 250GB FATA add-on drives on an EVA, a minimum of 8 FATA drives are required to create the new NearOnline disk group. *NOTE: 0D1 will appear after this part number on your sales order indicating factory integration
Not for use in EMEA 364622-B23* 293556-B23* 238921-B23* 364621-B23* 293568-B23*
EMEA Only 364622-B22* 293556-B22* 238921-B22* 364621-B22* 293568-B22*
FC cable - 1 Gb to 2 Gb NOTE: Before selecting the FC cables to connect between the controllers and the switches, check to see what kind of connectors are on the switches that will be (optional) connected to the controllers. New switches utilize a Small Form-Factor Profile (SFP) (LC to SC) connector. The SFP connector can support 2 Gb I/Os and/or 1 Gb I/Os, but the device connected to it may not currently be enabled for 2 Gb. The SFP connector is also referred to as an LC connector. The older large form factor 1 Gb connector is also referred to as an SC connecter. NOTE: The 2 Gb SFPs on the ports of the EVA3000 HSV100 controllers are a smaller form factor than 1 Gb SFPs. One of these cables (either LC to SC or LC to LC) is required per FC port of each HSV100 controller. Four required per HSV100 controller pair. FC Short Wave 2-Meter Cable, LC/SC (1 Gb to 2 Gb) FC Short Wave 5-Meter Cable, LC/SC (1 Gb to 2 Gb) FC Short Wave 15-Meter Cable, LC/SC (1 Gb to 2 Gb) FC Short Wave 30-Meter Cable, LC/SC (1 Gb to 2 Gb) FC Short Wave 50-Meter Cable, LC/SC (1 Gb to 2 Gb) FC cable - 2 Gb to 2 Gb NOTE: The 2 Gb SFPs on the ports of theEVA3000 HSV100 controllers are a smaller form factor than 1 Gb SFPs. One of these cables (either LC to SC or LC to LC) is (optional)(LC to LC) required per FC port of each HSV100 controller. Four required per HSV100 controller pair. 2-meter LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Cable 5-meter LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Cable 15-meter LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Cable 30-meter LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Cable 50-meter LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Cable
Step 4 Expansion Options
The EVA3000 controller pair assembly is for on-site installation into existing EVA3000 configurations (or qualified rack systems) by HP Global Services. The physical configuration service for the EVA3000 controller pair and up to four M5314A FC drive enclosures, as well as installation and startup services, is included when you purchase the controller pair assembly component. The EVA3000 Controller Pair Assembly and Controller Accessory Kit must be purchased together to enable EVA3000 subsystem installation. 344818-B21 Optional Controllers and EVA3000 Controller pair assembly with Foundation Service Solution: One 3U Controller assembly with two HSV100 controllers w/redundant power Accessories supplies, on-site rack mounting, Installation & Startup service, 3 years of Virtual Controller Software (VCS) phone-in support and updates, automated event notification and remote problem intervention, and 4-hour onsite response reactive hardware support included with this component. EVA3000 Controller Accessory Kit : 2x 2m copper cables, 1x 0.6m copper cable, 3 345438-B21 can bus modules, and a universal rail kit for controller pair rack-mounting NOTE: One per EVA3000 Controller Pair Assembly. Select M5314A drive enclosures to expand EVA3000 configurations: Drive enclosures M5314A FC Drive Enclosures & Accessories may be: 1. Ordered for on-site capacity additions to existing 2C1D and 2C2D EVA3000 configurations. 2. Ordered for field installation of complete EVA3000 configurations in conjunction with the EVA3000 controller pair assembly into the supported HP cabinets and racks described in Step One or into qualified 3rd party rack systems by HP Global Services. 3. Installed by HP manufacturing into 2C2D configurations by ordering the enclosure with the factory integration part number in conjunction with one of the High Performance or NearOnline bundles. Up to four drive enclosures are supported with each pair of HSV100 controllers. The M5314A is a 3U dual-redundant FC Loop 14-bay disk enclosure with mounting hardware, and the necessary copper FC cables for connecting to an HSV100 Controller pair. The M5314A is compatible with the EVA3000/4000/5000/6000/8000s NOTE: Minimum of four disk drives, any size/type, are required per disk enclosure per factory configured enclosures. M5314A FC Drive Enclosure NOTE: 0D1 will appear after this part number on your sales order when factory integration is indicated.
NOTE: This data represents fully populated 208 Volts 230 Volts drive shelves with 10K rpm disk drives. Other 2C4D 2C3D 2C2D 2C4D 2C3D 2C2D drive types may vary slightly.) Typical Total System Wattage Total System BTU/hour 3.5 2.7 2.0 3.2 2.5 1.9 Input Current (A) Typical per line In Rush Current (A) 5.9 4.6 3.3 5.4 4.3 3.1 Failover Mode Input Current (A) Maximum per line Typical is described as a system in normal steady state operation. (i.e. both PDU's operating normally, the array reading/writing to disk drives in a production environment Physical Dimensions Height in/cm 78.7/199.9 78.7/199.9 68.6/174.24 68.6/174.24 43/109.22 43/109.22 5.25/13.34 5.25/13.34 Width in/cm 24/60.96 24/60.96 24/60.96 24/60.96 24/60.96 24/60.96 19/48.26 19.0/42.26 Depth in/cm 39.7/100.8 39.7/100.8 39.7/100.8 39.7/100.8 39.7/100.8 39.7/100.8 22/55.88 20/50.8 Max Weight lb/kg 283/128 283/128 248.112 248.112 202/92 202/92 58.5/26.54 71/32.21 Req. Front Clearance in/cm 30/76.2 30/76.2 30/76.2 30/76.2 30/76.2 30/76.2 N/A N/A Req. Rear Clearance in/cm 18/45.72 18/45.72 18/45.72 18/45.72 18/45.72 18/45.72 N/A N/A
42U EVA cab 60 Hz 42U EVA cab 50 Hz 36U EVA cab 60 Hz 36U EVA cab 50 Hz 22U EVA cab 60 Hz 22U EVA cab 50 Hz EVA3000 Controller Pair Assembly M5314A Drive Enclosure
Shipping Dimensions (with packaging) 42U EVA cab 60 Hz 42U EVA cab 50 Hz 36U EVA cab 60 Hz 36U EVA cab 50 Hz 22U EVA cab 60 Hz 22U EVA cab 50 Hz EVA3000 Controller Pair Assembly Controller Accessory Kit M5314 Drive Enclosure Rail Kit for M5114A 10K FC Cable Routing Spools Rail-to-Rail FC Cable Routing Side-Rail FC Cable Routing Height in/cm 86/218.4 86/218.4 75.25/191.14 75.25/191.14 52.25/132.72 52.25/132.72 34/ 86.36 2.75/6.98 34.25/87 6.5/16.51 21.1/53.6 21.1/53.6 14.6/37.08 Width in/cm
Depth in/cm 48/121.92 48/121.92 48/121.92 48/121.92 48/121.92 48/121.92 31/78.7 30/76.2 34.25/87 28.75/73.03 3.8/9.65 3.8/9.65 4.0/10.16
36/91.44 36/91.44 36/91.44 36/91.44 36/91.44 36/91.44 22/55.88 15/38.1 12.25/31.12 5/12.7 11.4/28.96 11.4/28.96 8.8/22.4
Max Loaded Weight (with packaging) lb/kg 335/152 335/152 300/136 300/136 251/114 251/114 86/39.01 28/12.7 96/43.54 4.4/1.9 3/1.4 3/1.4 2/0.9
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About this guide
Intended audience. Related documentation. Document conventions and symbols HP technical support. Subscription service. HP websites. Documentation feedback.
1 Host connectivity
Installing the Fibre Channel adapter. Updating the Alpha SRM and Fibre Channel HBA rmware. Checking the Tru64 UNIX driver version. Updating the Tru64 UNIX driver. Adding new FCAs on an existing Tru64 UNIX operating system. Using HP StorageWorks Command View EVA and Storage System Scripting Utility Working with clusters.
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2 Testing connections to the Enterprise Virtual Array
Adding hosts. Creating and presenting virtual disks. Verifying virtual disks from the host. Scanning the bus. Conguring virtual disks from the host. Creating partitions on a virtual disk using disklabel Creating a le system on a virtual disk.
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This installation and reference guide provides information to help you: Connecting your host to an Enterprise Virtual Array storage system Getting pointers to the latest layered applications used with the Enterprise Virtual Array
This book is intended for use by storage administrators who are experienced with the following: Host environments, such as Windows, Sun Solaris, OpenVMS, Tru64 UNIX, HP-UX, IBM AIX, Linux, and Novell Netware. Enterprise Virtual Array (EVA5000 or EVA3000) storage systems In the Storage section, click Storage Software or Disk Storage System, and then select your product.
In addition to this guide, HP provides the following corresponding information: HP HP HP HP StorageWorks 3000/5000 Enterprise Virtual Array connectivity for Tru64 UNIX release notes StorageWorks Storage System Scripting utility reference guide StorageWorks HP Command View EVA online help StorageWorks HP Command View EVA user guide
You can nd these documents from the Manuals page of the HP Business Support Center website: http://www.hp.com/support/manuals
Document conventions and symbols
This document follows the conventions specied in Table 1.
Table 1 Document conventions
Convention Blue Text: Related documentation Blue, underlined text: http://www.hp.com Bold text Element Cross-reference links and e-mail addresses Website addresses Keys that are pressed Text entered in a GUI element, such as a dialog box GUI elements that are clicked or selected, such as menu and list items, buttons, tabs, and check boxes Text emphasis and document titles File and directory names System output Code Commands, their arguments, and argument values
Italic text Monospace text
Monospaced italic text Monospaced bold text
Code and command variables Emphasized monospaced text
NOTE: Notes provides additional information.
HP technical support
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This chapter provides host connectivity information and links to components you need to support your operating system with an Enterprise Virtual Array storage system. It is important that you proceed in the following order: Install the Fibre Channel adapter Update the Alpha SRM and Fibre Channel HBA rmware Check the Tru64 UNIX driver version Update the Tru64 UNIX driver Add new FCAs on an existing Tru64 UNIX operating system Use the HP StorageWorks Command View EVA and Storage System Scripting Utility Work with clusters
Installing the Fibre Channel adapter
Supported Fibre Channel adapters (FCAs) must be installed in the host server to communicate with the Enterprise Virtual Array. NOTE: Traditionally, the adapter used to connect the host server to the fabric is called a host bus adapter (HBA). The server HBA used with the EVA3000/5000 is called a Fibre Channel adapter (FCA). You may also see the adapter referred to as a Fibre Channel host bus adapter (FC HBA) in other related documents. Follow the hardware installation rules and conventions for your server type. The FCA is shipped with its own documentation for installation. Refer to that documentation for complete instructions. You need the following items to begin: FCA boards and the installation instructions provided by the manufacturer The server hardware manual for instructions on installing adapters Tools to service your server FCA rmware NOTE: The FCA FW is available from the Alpha SRM FW update CD image, 6.9 or later. You can download the latest FCA FW from the following website: http://ftp.digital.com/pub/DEC/Alpha/rmware/index.html The FCA board plugs into a standard PCI slot in the host system. Refer to the hardware manual for instructions on plugging in boards.
Updating the Alpha SRM and Fibre Channel HBA rmware
To update the Alpha SRM and FC HBA rmware: 1. Boot the Alpha SRM FW update CD from the SRM prompt.
NOTE: The recommended SRM version is 7.3. The minimum SRM version is 6.9. The following example uses dqa0 as the CD drive designation: P00>>>b dqa0 2. Enter the following command after the CD boots and the UPD prompt appears: UPD>List The list command checks the current versions against the new versions of rmware. 3. Enter the following command to update the rmware versions: UPD>Update pg* 4. Enter the following command to verify that the adapter and SRM rmware are updated: UPD>List
Checking the Tru64 UNIX driver version
The FCA device driver for Tru64 UNIX (emx) is installed as part of the operating system. The patch kit updates the driver to the latest revision. HP recommends that you check the version to ensure compatibility with the Enterprise Virtual Array. To check for supported versions, see the HP StorageWorks 3000/5000 Enterprise Virtual Array connectivity for Tru64 release notes. As your system starts, startup information is logged in a le called messages where, among many other items, the version of the installed FCA drivers and FW are recorded. Use the following procedure to ensure you have the latest version: 1. View the messages le by entering the following command: # more /var/adm/messages |grep wwn 2. Inspect the latest entry line for KGPSA (the FCA name) as shown in the following example: Nov F/W Nov F/W Nov F/W Nov F/W 3 08:34:57 priv16 vmunix: FCA-2684 : Driver Rev Rev 1.91X6(1.40A0) : wwn 10000000c08:34:57 priv16 vmunix: FCA-2684 : Driver Rev Rev 1.91X6(1.40A0) : wwn 10000000c93740b08:34:57 priv16 vmunix: FCA-2684 : Driver Rev Rev 1.91X6(1.40A0) : wwn 10000000c93740b08:34:57 priv16 vmunix: FCA2354 : Driver Rev Rev 3.93A0(1.40A1) : wwn 10000000c92a79c2 2.17 : 2.17 : 2.17 : 2.17 :
3. Ensure that you have the correct driver revision for the operating system: For Tru64 UNIX 5.1A, driver version 2.11 or later. For Tru64 UNIX 5.1B, driver version 2.17 or later. NOTE: If you need to update the driver, install the latest patch kit for your operating system.
Updating the Tru64 UNIX driver
The FC HBA driver is automatically updated when the patch kit is loaded. You can locate the patch at the following web site: http://h30097.www3.hp.com/docs/patch
Adding new FCAs on an existing Tru64 UNIX operating system
To add an FCA to an existing Tru64 UNIX operating system after the latest patch kit is installed: 1. Boot genvmunix from the SRM console: P00>>>boot -file genvmunix 2. Rebuild the kernel, copy the new kernel to /vmunix, and reboot the system. In the following example, PRIV4 is the systems host name. #doconfig #cp /sys/PRIV4/vmunix /vmunix # reboot
Using HP StorageWorks Command View EVA and Storage System Scripting Utility
The Storage System Scripting Utility (SSSU) is delivered as part of HP StorageWorks Command View EVA. The SSSU is a command line interface you can use to issue commands directly to the controller. The latest version of the SSSU is available on the software downloads website: http://www.hp.com/support/downloads. Under Storage, click Storage Software and then select HP StorageWorks Command View EVA Software under Storage Device Management Software. Select the version of HP StorageWorks Command View EVA Media Kit you want to download.
Working with clusters
Clustering is connecting two or more computers together in such a way that they behave like a single computer. Clustering is used for parallel processing, load balancing, and fault tolerance. The supported clustering software for Tru64 UNIX is TruCluster. For the latest version of the supported clustering software, see HP StorageWorks 3000/5000 Enterprise Virtual Array connectivity for Tru64 UNIX release notes.
This chapter describes how to test connections between the operating system host server and the Enterprise Virtual Array. Virtual disks are set up and presented to your host server to test the connectivity and to begin using the disks. NOTE: Most of the following sections refer to HP Command View EVA. More information about HP Command View EVA is available on the HP website: http://www.hp.com/support/manuals. Click Storage Software under Storage and then select HP StorageWorks Command View EVA software under Storage Device Management Software.
You can add a host using HP Command View EVA software. You must add each FCA installed in the host system for that FCA to work with EVA. Execute the following procedure: 1. Collect information on World Wide Names (WWNs) for each FCA on your server. You need this information when selecting the host FCAs in HP Command View EVA. 2. Use HP Command View EVA to add the host. Choose your host from the pull-down menu. NOTE: Adding hosts through the HP Command view EVA consists of adding each FCA installed in the host. Use Add Host to add the rst adapter; use Add Port to add subsequent adapters. Ensure that you add a port for each active FCA. 3. Ensure that the host FCAs have been added by inspecting the Host folder in the Navigation pane of HP Command View EVA. NOTE:
for HP Command View EVA.
For more information about using HP Command View EVA, see HP StorageWorks Interactive Help
For more information on using HP Command View EVA, see the HP Command View EVA documentation.
Creating and presenting virtual disks
To create and present additional virtual disks to the host servers: 1. Use HP Command view EVA to create a virtual disk on the EVA3000/5000. 2. Specify values for the following parameters: Virtual disk name Disk group Vraid level
Size Present to host (the host you just created) OS Unit ID (located on the Virtual Disk Properties window) Set this to a unique value for each virtual disk. The OS Unit ID must be unique across the entire SAN. NOTE: The OS unit ID is optional for Tru64 UNIX. However, HP recommends that each virtual disk have a unique ID number. You can use the OS unit ID to easily track the virtual disks presented to the Tru64 UNIX host. When you list the drives using hwmgr, they appear with the OS unit ID number you provide instead of the B/T/L information. 3. Select a LUN number if you chose a specic LUN on the Virtual Disk Properties window. 4. Restart the server or rescan the bus (see Scanning the bus).
Verifying virtual disks from the host
You can verify that operating system hosts can access the virtual disks created on the EVA3000/5000. The host can recognize EVA devices either through a system restart or by rescanning the bus.
Scanning the bus
Scan the bus for the virtual disk from Tru64 UNIX and then display information about the EVA3000/5000 devices. Start the scan with the following commands to ensure that all the virtual disks become visible to the host: For a noncluster conguration: # evmwatch -f [name sys.unix.*] | evmshow | grep completed &  159102 # hwmgr -scan component hwmgr: Scan request successfully initiated A hardware scan has just completed Wait for the message A hardware scan has just completed and then, using the PID returned by the previous evmwatch command, kill the background evmwatch process. For example (where 159102 is the PID): Enter fg 159102, and then press Ctrl+C. For a cluster conguration: # evmwatch -f [name sys.unix.*] | evmshow | grep completed &  159102 # hwmgr -scan component -cluster A hardware scan has hwmgr: Scan request hwmgr: Scan request hwmgr: Scan request just completed successfully initiated successfully initiated successfully initiated
A hardware scan has just completed A hardware scan has just completed A hardware scan has just completed Wait for the message A hardware scan has just completed to appear from each cluster member and then, using the PID returned by the previous evmwatch command, kill the background evmwatch process. For example (where 159102 is the PID): Enter fg 159102 and then press Ctrl+C.
Testing connections to the Enterprise Virtual Array
#hwmgr -v d | grep HSV1 536: 537: 538: 539: /dev/disk/dsk464c /dev/disk/dsk465c /dev/disk/dsk465c /dev/disk/dsk467c HP HP HP HP HSV110 HSV110 HSV110 HSV110 IDENTIFIER=70 IDENTIFIER=71 bus-0-targ-11-lun-72 bus-0-targ-11-lun-73
If you are unable to access the virtual disk, do the following: Check the switch zoning database. Use HP Command View EVA to verify the host presentations. Verify all cabling to the switch, Enterprise Virtual Array, and host. Verify all rmware levels (check the associated Enterprise Virtual Array release notes for details). Ensure that you are running a supported version of the host operating system (see the operating system release notes). Check the SRM console rmware on Alpha servers. Ensure that the correct host is selected for this virtual disk and that a unique OS Unit ID is used in HP Command View EVA. Ensure that Tru64 UNIX is selected as the operating system for the virtual disk in HP Command View EVA. Check that the correct Tru64 FCA Device Driver (emx) is installed on the operating system.
Conguring virtual disks from the host
After you set up the virtual disks on the EVA3000/5000 and have rescanned or restarted the host, follow the host-specic conventions for conguring these new disk resources. For instructions on setting up disk resources, see the documentation that came with your server. The operating system treats an EVA virtual disk much like a SCSI disk. Use the following procedure to prepare your virtual disk for access by the operating system le system: 1. Create a le system on the virtual disk. 2. Mount the le system (to gain access to the virtual disk).
Creating partitions on a virtual disk using disklabel
Create the partitions on a virtual disk by issuing the disklabel command, which partitions the virtual disk for access by Tru64 UNIX. NOTE: For more information about the disklabel utility, see the disklabel man page. To read and write a disk pack label and format disk partitions, issue the following command: # disklabel disk Where disk is the character device name found in /dev/rdisk. For example, to create partitions on device dsk464, issue the following commands: # disklabel -z dsk464 # disklabel -rw dsk464 To view a virtual disk partition on dsk464, issue the following command: # disklabel -r dsk464
Creating a le system on a virtual disk
To create a le system on a virtual disk:
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1. Enter the following command to create an AdvFS domain: # mkfdmn /dev/disk/dsk63c test_dmn The following output is displayed: Warning: /dev/disk/dsk63c is marked in use for AdvFS. If you continue the operation you can possibly destroy existing data. CONTINUE? [y/n] 2. Enter y to continue. 3. Create a le set within an AdvFS domain using the following command: # mkfset test_dmn labset 4. Enter the following command to make a mount point for the le system: # mkdir lab1 5. Enter the following command to mount the AdvFS le system: # mount test_dmn#labset /lab1 6. Enter the following command to display the mounted volumes: # mount 7. Enter the following command to verify that a volume has been mounted: # df -k Output similar to the following is displayed: Filesystem 1024-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on root_domain #root 293625 25% //proc 0 100% /proc usr_domain #usr 1535096 28% /usr usr_domain #var 1535096 2% /var /dev/disk/dsk10c 3660695 0% /vraid1#1
adding hosts, 13 HP Command View EVA using, 13
connectivity host, 9 creating virtual disks, 13
intended audience, 5
presenting virtual disks, 13
documentation FCA, 9
related documentation, 5
FCA installing, 9 FCA documentation, 9
using HP Command View EVA, 13
hosts adding, 13
virtual disks conguring, 15 creating, 13 presenting, 13
The HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array 3000 (EVA3000) is the mid-range member of the HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array. The EVA3000 is a high performance, high availability "virtual" RAID storage solution serving the middle tier of the enterprise class marketplace that removes the time, space and cost boundaries of traditionally architected storage. The EVA3000 is designed for the data center where there is a critical need for improved storage utilization and scalability while meeting application specific demands for consistently high transaction I/O and MB data rate performance, seamless capacity expansion, instantaneous replication, and simplified storage administration.
|Device Type||Hard drive array|
|Installed Devices / Modules Qty||8|
|Supported Devices / Modules Qty||28|
|Supported Drives||Fibre Channel|
|Total Array Capacity||2.4 TB|
|HDD Array External Interface||Fibre Channel|
|Type||2 x RAID ( 2Gb Fibre Channel )|
|Controller Interface Type||FC-AL|
|Data Transfer Rate||200 MBps|
|Cache / Buffer Size ( Max )||1 GB|
|Supported Devices||Disk array (RAID)|
|RAID Level||RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5|
|Type||Hot-swap - plug-in module|
|Capacity||8 x 300 GB|
|Spindle Speed||10000 rpm|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Bays Total (Free)||28 ( 20 ) x hot-swap|
|Compliant Standards||CE, CSA, UL, TUV, VCCI, C-Tick, BSMI|
|Service & Support||3 years warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 3 years|
|Min Operating Temperature||50 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||95 °F|
|Max Altitude Operating||7870 ft|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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