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  • EMC Education Services

    VNX Unified Storage Implementation

    Lab Guide January 2014

  • Copyright

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    Copyright 2014 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Published in the USA.

    Revision Date: January 2014 Revision Number: MR-7xP-VNXUNIIMP_5.33/8.1/3.1

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    Document Revision History

    Rev # File Name Date

    1.0 VNX Unified Storage Implementation Lab Guide

    07/2011

    1.2 VNX Unified Storage Implementation Lab Guide

    12/2011

    1.4 VNX Unified Storage Implementation Lab Guide

    01/2012

    1.5 VNX Unified Storage Implementation Lab Guide

    03/2012

    1.6 VNX Unified Storage Implementation Lab Guide

    08/2012

    2.0 VNX Unified Storage Implementation Lab Guide

    10/2012

    3.0 VNX Unified Storage Implementation Lab Guide

    10/2013

    3.1 VNX Unified Storage Implementation Lab Guide 30 Day eidt

    01/2014

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    Table of Contents

    COPYRIGHT ............................................................................................................. 2

    DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY .............................................................................. 3

    TABLE OF CONTENTS .............................................................................................. 4

    PRE-LAB EXERCISES INTRODUCTION ....................................................................... 7

    LAB EXERCISE: INTRODUCTION TO EMC UNISPHERE ............................................. 11

    LAB: PART 1 UNISPHERE GENERAL NAVIGATION ............................................................13

    END OF LAB EXERCISE PART 1 ........................................................................................24

    LAB: PART 2 UNISPHERE FOR FILE NAVIGATION ..............................................................25

    END OF LAB EXERCISE PART 2 ........................................................................................30

    LAB: PART 3 UNISPHERE FOR BLOCK NAVIGATION ..........................................................31

    END OF LAB EXERCISE PART 3 ........................................................................................41

    LAB: PART 4 INVOKING A CLI COMMAND FROM UNISPHERE .............................................42

    END OF LAB EXERCISE...................................................................................................45

    THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ............................................................... 46

    LAB EXERCISE: IMPLEMENTING UNISPHERE SECURITY .......................................... 47

    LAB: PART 1 VERIFY DOMAIN SECURITY .......................................................................49

    END OF LAB EXERCISE PART 1 ........................................................................................50

    LAB: PART 2 CREATE LOCAL FILE ACCESS FOR GLOBAL USER ............................................51

    END OF LAB EXERCISE...................................................................................................56

    LAB EXERCISE: VERIFY VNX SYSTEM CONFIGURATION .......................................... 57

    LAB: PART 1 VERIFY SP CACHE SETTINGS .....................................................................59

    LAB: PART 2 VERIFY SP NETWORK CONFIGURATION .......................................................60

    LAB: PART 3 VERIFY HARDWARE AND STORAGE PROCESSOR PORTS ...................................63

    LAB EXERCISE: STORAGE CONFIGURATION ........................................................... 65

    LAB: PART 1 VERIFY STORAGE FOR VNX FILE ................................................................67

    END OF LAB EXERCISE PART 1 ........................................................................................68

    LAB: PART 2 VERIFY BLOCK STORAGE POOL AND RAID GROUPS .......................................69

    END OF LAB EXERCISE PART 2 ........................................................................................69

    LAB #: PART 3 CREATE CLASSIC LUNS .........................................................................70

    END OF LAB EXERCISE PART 3 ........................................................................................72

    LAB: PART 4 CREATE THICK AND THIN LUNS .................................................................73

    END OF LAB EXERCISE PART 4 ........................................................................................76

    LAB: PART 5 VERIFY HOT SPARE POLICY .......................................................................77

    END OF LAB EXERCISE...................................................................................................77

    LAB EXERCISE: VERIFYING WINDOWS HOST SOFTWARE AND CONFIGURING HOST

    ACCESS TO VNX LUN ............................................................................................. 79

    LAB: PART 1 VERIFY WINDOWS HOST SOFTWARE ..........................................................81

    LAB: PART 2 VERIFY THE VNX ARRAY IS CONFIGURED TO AUTO-MANAGE HOSTS .................84

    LAB: PART 3 CREATE AND POPULATE STORAGE GROUPS WITH EMC UNISPHERE -WINDOWS .85

    LAB: PART 4 CONFIGURE WINDOWS HOST ACCESS TO LUNS ...........................................87

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    THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ............................................................... 90

    LAB EXERCISE: VERIFYING LINUX HOST SOFTWARE

    AND CONFIGURING HOST ACCESS TO VNX LUN .................................................... 91

    LAB: PART 1 VERIFY LINUX HOST SOFTWARE .................................................................93

    LAB: PART 2 CREATE AND POPULATE STORAGE GROUPS WITH EMC UNISPHERE -LINUX .......95

    LAB: PART 3 CONFIGURE LINUX HOST ACCESS TO LUNS .................................................97

    LAB EXERCISE: CONFIGURING HOST ACCESS TO VNX LUNS - ESXI ....................... 103

    LAB: PART 1 CREATE AND POPULATE STORAGE GROUPS WITH EMC UNISPHERE -ESXI ...... 105

    LAB: PART 2 CONFIGURE ESXI HOST ACCESS TO LUNS ................................................ 107

    LAB EXERCISE: ADVANCED STORAGE CONCEPTS ................................................. 109

    LAB: PART 1 EXPANDING POOL-BASED LUNS ............................................................. 111

    LAB: PART 2 EXPANDING RAID GROUP LUNS ........................................................... 114

    LAB EXERCISE: SNAPVIEW SNAPSHOTS ............................................................... 117

    LAB: PART 1 VERIFY THE RESERVED LUN POOL .......................................................... 119

    LAB: PART 2 CREATE A SNAPVIEW SNAPSHOT ............................................................ 120

    LAB: PART 3 - TEST PERSISTENCE OF A SNAPVIEW SESSION ............................................. 126

    LAB: PART 4 - TEST THE SNAPVIEW ROLLBACK FEATURE ................................................. 127

    LAB: PART 5 - START AND TEST A CONSISTENT SNAPVIEW SESSION ................................... 129

    LAB EXERCISE: SNAPVIEW CLONES ..................................................................... 131

    LAB: PART 1 CLONE PRIVATE LUNS AND ENABLE PROTECTED RESTORE ........................... 133

    LAB: PART 2 CREATE AND TEST A CLONE ................................................................... 134

    LAB: PART 3 PERFORM A CLONE CONSISTENT FRACTURE .............................................. 141

    THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ............................................................. 144

    LAB EXERCISE: VNX SNAPSHOTS ......................................................................... 145

    LAB: PART 1 VERIFY THAT THE VNX SNAPSHOTS FEATURE IS LICENSED ............................ 147

    END OF LAB EXERCISE PART 1 ..................................................................................... 148

    LAB: PART 2 - CREATE A VNX SNAPSHOT WITH EMC UNISPHERE ..................................... 149

    THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ............................................................. 160

    LAB EXERCISE: DATA MOVER NETWORK CONFIGURATION ................................. 161

    LAB: PART 1 CONFIGURE NETWORKING ON VNX DATA MOVERS ................................... 163

    LAB EXERCISE: FILE SYSTEM CONFIGURATION AND MANAGEMENT ................... 167

    LAB: PART 1 CONFIGURE AND MANAGE A VNX FILE SYSTEM ........................................ 169

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    LAB EXERCISE: NFS FILE SYSTEM EXPORT AND PERMISSIONS ............................. 173

    LAB: PART 1 EXPORTING FILE SYSTEMS FOR NFS CLIENTS ............................................. 175

    LAB: PART 2 ASSIGNING ROOT PRIVILEGES ................................................................ 182

    LAB EXERCISE: VDM CONFIGURATION ................................................................ 187

    LAB: PART 1 SYSTEM SETUP FOR VDM IMPLEMENTATION ............................................ 189

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    LAB EXERCISE: CIFS IMPLEMENTATION ............................................................... 193

    LAB: PART 1 PREPARING THE SYSTEM FOR CIFS .......................................................... 195

    LAB: PART 2 CREATE AND JOIN A CIFS SERVER ........................................................... 198

    LAB: PART 3 CREATE AND ACCESS CIFS SHARES ......................................................... 199

    LAB: PART 4 MOVE A VDM CONTAINING A CIFS SERVER ............................................. 203

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    LAB EXERCISE: VNX SNAPSURE ........................................................................... 207

    LAB: PART 1 CONFIGURE SNAPSURE ......................................................................... 209

    LAB: PART 2 RESTORE AND REFRESH SNAPSHOTS WITH NFS ......................................... 215

    LAB: PART 3 RESTORE AND REFRESH SNAPSHOTS WITH CIFS ........................................ 219

    APPENDIX: WINDOWS USER AND GROUP MEMBERSHIPS .................................. 223

    APPENDIX: LINUX USERS AND GROUPS .............................................................. 224

    APPENDIX: UNISPHERE BROWSER AND JAVA MESSAGES ................................... 225

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    Pre-Lab Exercises Introduction

    Important

    The following lab exercises provide the steps for setting up

    Windows and Linux to interact with the VNX-series storage

    system through Block and File connectivity.

    A few important notes!

    Note 1: Not all screen captures were made on the lab

    equipment you will be using and therefore may differ slightly

    from what you will see. Read each lab and step completely

    before attempting it; do not simply follow the pictures!

    Note 2: You will be sharing a VNX system with other students

    to perform the lab exercises. This lab guide and a

    corresponding Class Configuration Sheet are used together to

    perform the lab exercises. It is important to follow the

    naming convention for the objects you create by following

    the lab guide and referring to your configuration sheet for the

    unique names. In the lab guide objects or items specific to

    each student are identified with Bold Italic text. The

    corresponding value for the item is located on your specific

    student Class Configuration Sheet. So when you see Bold

    Italic text in the lab guide, you are required to use a value for

    the item that is located on your Class Configuration Sheet.

    Each lab exercise has a section labled Preparing for the Lab

    and is designed as a tear-out sheet. It lists the objects or

    items that will be identified with the Bold Italic text in the

    lab guide. You may use this section to record the values for

    each item from the Class Configuration Sheet. Refer to this

    tear-out to input the values for the specified items.

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    Lab Equipment Layout

    This is a diagram of the lab equipment setup you will use for completing the exercises. The setup has two halves; an A-side has odd-numbered equipment and a B-side that has even-numbered equipment. Each student will be assigned to a Student Desktop system and will have access to a VNX system and three other systems which will receive storage from the VNX; A Windows server, a Lin...

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