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1 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide P/N REV. A01 EMC Corporation Corporate Headquarters: Hopkinton, MA

2 Copyright EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Published October 2009 EMC believes the information in this publication is accurate as of its publication date. The information is subject to change without notice. THE INFORMATION IN THIS PUBLICATION IS PROVIDED AS IS. EMC CORPORATION MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND WITH RESPECT TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PUBLICATION, AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Use, copying, and distribution of any EMC software described in this publication requires an applicable software license. For the most up-to-date listing of EMC product names, see EMC Corporation Trademarks on EMC.com. All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. 2 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

3 Contents Tables...7 Preface...9 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Introduction File system-based storage management Files always available to applications...14 Data management Console-based administration Console Client Flexible topology Minimum topology Complex topology Topology guidelines Console overview Console software Console Server Console Agent Console Client Management domain Single computer domain...22 Multiple computer domain...23 Console Client How to start Console Client...24 Administration How to add a user How to remove a user...28 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide 3

4 How to change your password How to change a user's password Monitoring Clearing the events window Domain events Domain activities Host events File system events File system activities File system state Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 File System Configuration Preliminary tasks Back-end module types Centera module preliminary tasks FTP module preliminary tasks NFS module preliminary tasks Configuring a file system Overriding configuration for file system subsets How to configure a file system Centera module FTP module NFS module Viewing a file system configuration Editing a file system configuration Deleting a file system configuration Extended Rules Creating an extended rule Match string How to create an extended rule Viewing extended rules Editing an extended rule How to edit an extended rule Deleting an extended rule How to delete an extended rule Copying extended rules How to copy extended rules Scheduled Jobs Scheduled jobs overview EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

5 Effect on existing file system settings...93 Delete Old Files job Prune job Creating a scheduled job How to create a scheduled job...96 Viewing a scheduled job...98 Editing a schedule Deleting a schedule Time elements Create a new time element Editing a time element Deleting a time element Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Advanced UTDM Mount Options EMC Centera data retention Performance impact Requirements Enabling EMC Centera data retention Setting retention for a file system Setting retention for a group of files Restoring incremental backups Read-only Mounting read-only Direct-read Memory-mapping Mounting direct-read Backup and Recovery What to back up FSM-related files outside of UTDM file systems Files and data in UTDM file systems Backup software FSM-aware backup software Other backup software Snapshot software Recovering a lost file system Recovering an FTP module file system How to recover an FTP module file system EMC NetWorker Requirements Backup with NetWorker software EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide 5

6 Recovery with NetWorker software NetWorker 64-bit Linux version Requirements Backup Recovery NetBackup software NetBackup requirements Backup with NetBackup software Recovery with NetBackup software FSM tools Backup with FSM tools Recovery with FSM tools Snapshots with SnapView Quiescing a UTDM file system Resuming UTDM file system activity Recovering a UTDM file system snapshot Import data from SM to FSM Chapter 8 Appendix A Maintenance Processes Core processes Console processes File administration Manual migration, purge, and retrieval Periodic back-end system cleanup EMC Centera Cleanup on FTP or NFS module back-end systems Command reference Command quick reference Command usage Setting the DMAP_ROOT_PATH Setting the FSM environment Administrative commands File management commands Backup and recovery commands Index EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

7 Tables Title Page 1 Tasks permitted for operators and administrators Columns on the Events for All Hosts window Columns on the All FSM Activities window Columns on the Events windows Columns on the Events windows Columns on the Activities window File System State window Purge tab on the File System State window Migrate tab on the File System State window Staging tab on the File System State window Destroy tab on the File System State window Recover tab on the File System State window Available back-end module types Choices for the Authentication Type field Determining path of back-end mount point when using Solaris zones Determining full path when using Solaris zones Checksum setting choices Retention Period settings Descriptions of Collision Avoidance settings Possible Keyword values in match string expressions Possible Operator values in match string expressions Possible Variable values in match string expressions Possible Filesize-Units values in match string expressions Operator precedence in a match string Descriptions of Checksum settings Descriptions of Retention Period settings Scheduled job comparison Components of a schedule Effect of a scheduled job on file system settings Delete Old Files job differences EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide 7

8 Tables 31 Components of a time element Recurrence options Mounting with EMC Centera data retention Mounting read-only Mounting direct-read Supported backup software FSM recovery commands Mounting a file system for utdm_recdmattrf Administrative commands File management commands Backup and restore commands Options for deldmsession Options for dx_read_log Severity levels Brevity levels Options for dxuldmclip Options for dxuldmdelclips Options for expand_dmattrf Options for getdmattr Options for getfileattr Options for dxstat Options for dxprstat Options for dxhardlink Options for getmiglist Options for getmiglist getmiglist file list columns Options for getpurgelist getpurgelist file list columns headings Options for dxbuildtar Options for dxcliplink Options for dxdmload Options for dxuldm_tar Options for dmattrrecoverfs Options for getrecoverlist getrecoverlist file list columns Options for utdm_fs_freeze EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

9 Preface As part of an effort to improve and enhance the performance and capabilities of its product lines, EMC periodically releases revisions of its hardware and software. Therefore, some functions described in this document may not be supported by all versions of the software or hardware currently in use. For the most up-to-date information on product features, refer to your product release notes. If a product does not function properly or does not function as described in this document, please contact your EMC representative. Audience This guide is part of the EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux, release 3.5 documentation set, and is intended for use by system administrators. Readers of this guide are expected to be familiar with the following topics: Their organization s data archiving strategy, in particular: Average archived file size. Anticipated total number of files and total bytes to be archived. File access norms: frequency of access during creation, edit, and archive phases. Special file requirements, such as for shorter access times, multiple fail-safe copies, and optimal file stub size. Backup strategies for data in the file systems. EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide 9

10 Preface The network details of all computer systems and hardware devices to be used, including: IP addresses TCP/IP routing information Switch, router, firewall, and network-attached device configurations The administration details of all involved storage targets. Related Documentation Conventions Used in This Guide Related documents include: Release notes Installation guides: AIX HP-UX Linux Solaris Console Client for Microsoft Windows EMC AutoStart Module for EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux The release notes contain a complete list of all related EMC product documentation. EMC uses the following conventions for notes and cautions. Note: A note presents information that is important, but not hazard-related.! IMPORTANT An important notice contains information essential to operation of the software. 10 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

11 Preface Typographical conventions EMC uses the following type style conventions in this document: Normal Used in running (nonprocedural) text for: Names of interface elements (such as names of windows, dialog boxes, buttons, fields, and menus) Names of resources, attributes, pools, Boolean expressions, buttons, DQL statements, keywords, clauses, environment variables, functions, utilities URLs, pathnames, filenames, directory names, computer names, filenames, links, groups, service keys, file systems, notifications Bold Italic Courier Courier bold Used in running (nonprocedural) text for: Names of commands, daemons, options, programs, processes, services, applications, utilities, kernels, notifications, system calls, man pages Used in procedures for: Names of interface elements (such as names of windows, dialog boxes, buttons, fields, and menus) What user specifically selects, clicks, presses, or types Used in all text (including procedures) for: Full titles of publications referenced in text Emphasis (for example a new term) Variables Used for: System output, such as an error message or script URLs, complete paths, filenames, prompts, and syntax when shown outside of running text Used for: Specific user input (such as commands) Courier italic Used in procedures for: Variables on command line User input variables <> Angle brackets enclose parameter or variable values supplied by the user [] Square brackets enclose optional values Vertical bar indicates alternate selections - the bar means or {} Braces indicate content that you must specify (that is, x or y or z)... Ellipses indicate nonessential information omitted from the example EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide 11

12 Preface Where to get help EMC support, product, and licensing information can be obtained as follows. Product information For documentation, release notes, software updates, or for information about EMC products, licensing, and service, go to the EMC Powerlink website (registration required) at: Technical support For technical support, go to EMC Customer Service on Powerlink. To open a service request through Powerlink, you must have a valid support agreement. Please contact your EMC sales representative for details about obtaining a valid support agreement or to answer any questions about your account. Your comments Your suggestions will help us continue to improve the accuracy, organization, and overall quality of the user publications. Please send your opinion of this document to: 12 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

13 1 Introduction This chapter covers the following topics: File system-based storage management Console-based administration Flexible topology Introduction 13

14 Introduction File system-based storage management EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux (FSM), release 3.5 is a data management solution that uses DMAPI-enabled (UTDM) file systems to transparently archive data on the following back-end storage systems: EMC Centera Content Addressed Storage System (EMC Centera) Locally accessible disk resources FSM transparently manages multiple local UTDM file systems. When necessary, it migrates and purges data from the file systems based on user-defined rules. FSM frees up space by transferring the actual data associated with a file system object to a back-end system, while retaining the object s metadata in the file system. This means that a migrated and purged file is fully available through the file system, but uses very little of the file system s space. Files always available to applications When an application starts a read or write operation on data that has been migrated and purged, FSM invisibly triggers a retrieval of that data. The data is returned to the file system and the operation is completed. The user is not required to initiate operations to import or export data. Data written to an FSM file system is fully available for all read and write operations without user intervention. Access to migrated and purged data is the same as access to locally stored data, except for the possibility of a slight delay during the retrieval of data that has been purged from the file system. Information that can be provided from the file s metadata, or from data contained in the locally retained stub file, is available without triggering a retrieval from the back-end system. This enables many queries to be completed at local disk speed, even for large files which have been migrated and purged. Data management FSM creates a transparent management layer on top of the native file system. The management layer uses a Data Management Application Programming Interface (DMAPI) to do the following: 14 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

15 Introduction Interact with the file system. Manage extended file attribute information. Handle requests for migration, purging, and retrieval operations. FSM migrates data to one or more back-end systems and manages data protection, retention, and replication on those systems. To fulfill requests for purged data, FSM retrieves the data from the appropriate back-end system. File system-based storage management 15

16 Introduction Console-based administration FSM provides a console-style administrative tool to perform most administrative tasks. The tool, the FSM Console, permits the administration of multiple UTDM file systems, UTDM file system hosts, and management domains. A management domain is a logical grouping of UTDM file system hosts controlled by the same FSM Console Server. Console Client FSM Console Client can be run on any supported host to administer a management domain, as long as it has TCP/IP access to the following management domain components: Console Server All UTDM file system hosts Console Client can be run simultaneously on multiple hosts. You can use Console Client to perform tasks in the following categories: Administration Configuration Extended Rules Monitoring 16 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

17 Introduction Flexible topology FSM can be set up with many different combinations of hosts, file systems, protocols, and back-end systems. An FSM host is a computer where: Core processes are installed and running. Console Agent is installed and running. At least one UTDM file system is available. Minimum topology A minimal FSM installation involves the following: FSM host with Console Server installed and running. One UTDM file system. One back-end system. Complex topology A complex management domain might involve all of the following: One FSM host with Console Server installed and running. Multiple FSM hosts, including all of the supported operating systems. Multiple UTDM file systems on each FSM host, including all supported file system types. Multiple back-end systems, including EMC Centeras, and locally accessible disk resources. Additional EMC Centeras that act as replication servers. Console Client administration from multiple hosts. Flexible topology 17

18 Introduction Topology guidelines To successfully set up a management domain, the following guidelines must be met: Only one Console Server may run in the management domain. All FSM hosts must have Console Agent installed and running. All FSM hosts must have TCP/IP communication with the Console Server host system. All Console Client hosts must have TCP/IP communication with the Console Server host and all FSM hosts. 18 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

19 2 Console overview This chapter covers the following topics: Console software Management domain Console Client Administration Monitoring Console overview 19

20 Console overview Console software The Console software provides the interface to work with FSM hosts and UTDM file systems. An administrator can perform the following tasks by using the Console software: Configure new UTDM file systems. Edit the configuration of existing UTDM file systems. Delete the configuration information for existing UTDM file systems. Copy rule sets between UTDM file systems. Import and export rule sets. Create and manage extended rules. The Console software consists of the following applications: Console Server Console Agent Console Client Console Server Console Server provides authentication services to a management domain. All FSM hosts in a management domain are controlled by the same Console Server. Console Server must be installed on only one computer in a management domain. That computer must have TCP/IP access to all FSM hosts in its domain. Normally the computer on which it is installed also has Console Agent installed. The computer on which Console Server is installed may also have Console Client installed. Console Agent Console Agent interacts with the processes and UTDM file systems on an FSM host. It acts as an intermediary between an FSM host and Console Client. It must be installed on each FSM host being managed. 20 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

21 Console overview Console Client Console Client may be installed on any computer with TCP/IP access to the management domain. It provides an administrative interface to the management domain. Console Client may be active on several computers simultaneously and should be installed on every computer that is used to administer file systems. Console Client may run on a computer with or without Console Server and Console Agent. Console software 21

22 Console overview Management domain A management domain can exist entirely on a single computer or it can include multiple computers. A management domain consists of the following essential components: One Console Server. At least one Console Client. At least one FSM host. Each FSM host must have the following: One set of FSM core processes (core processes) One FSM Console Agent (Console Agent) At least one UTDM file system A UTDM file system is one that is first formatted as a native file system and then initialized to create a DMAPI attributes file in its root directory. The installation guides provide more information about this. Single computer domain The following tasks must be completed to set up a management domain on a single computer: 1. Ensure the computer meets the installation requirements. 2. Install the core processes. 3. Install the Console Server. 4. Install a Console Agent. 5. Install the Console Client. 6. Prepare at least one UTDM file system. 7. Configure each UTDM file system. 22 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

23 Console overview Multiple computer domain A management domain can consist of many computers. All of the computers in the management domain must have TCP/IP communication with the following: Computer that is running Console Server Each computer that is running Console Client. A multiple computer management domain might consist of the following separate computers: Console Server running on a single FSM host computer. Console Agent running on multiple FSM host computers. Console Client running on several computers. Management domain 23

24 Console overview Console Client Console Client is an interface application for working with FSM hosts and UTDM file systems. An encrypted username/password combination (account) is used to authenticate Console Client users and determine permissions. A default administrative account is provided with Console Client. This default account has the username "system" and the password "system". To increase the security of the management domain, the password for this account should be changed right after the software is installed. How to change a user's password on page 29 provides information about how to do this. You can install Console Client on several supported operating systems. The release notes provide a complete list of the operating systems supported by Console Client. How to start Console Client To start Console Client: On UNIX and Linux hosts: 1. Allow X window connections: xhost + 2. Set the DISPLAY environment variable. setenv DISPLAY local_host:0.0 where local_host is the hostname of the local system or its IP address. Whether you use the local system s hostname or its IP address depends upon the configuration of the network. The IP address can be either an IPv4 or IPv6 format IP address to match the protocol used by your network. 3. Run the Console Client application: /opt/fsm/client/file_system_manager_console_client & where /opt/fsm is the full path to the FSM installation directory. The Login to FSM Console window appears. 4. In Username, type a valid username. 5. In Password, type the password. 24 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

25 Console overview 6. In FSM Server, type the hostname or IP address for the management domain s Console Server. You can use either an IPv4 or IPv6 format IP address to match the protocol used by your network. 7. Click OK. The main Console Client window appears. On Windows: 1. Click: Start > Programs > File System Manager Console Client > File System Manager Console Client The Login to FSM Console window appears. 2. In Username, type a valid username. 3. In Password, type the password. 4. In FSM Server, type the hostname or IP address for the management domain s Console Server. You can use either an IPv4 or IPv6 format IP address to match the protocol used by your network. 5. Click OK. The main Console Client window appears. Security time-out Online help Console Client is configured to close down its connection with Console Server after 20 minutes of inactivity. This security feature cannot be configured. The online help provides convenient descriptions of Console Client s menus, shortcuts, windows, and wizards. To access the online help from the main Console Client window, on the Help menu, click Contents and Index (or press F1). To access the online help from a wizard, click the Help button (or press Alt+F1). Console Client 25

26 Console overview Administration! You can use the Console Client Administration menu to manage all user accounts in a management domain. The specific management domain is determined by the name of the Console Server host entered during login. Use the Administration menu to manage user accounts through the following commands: Manage User Accounts Change User Password CAUTION The Console Client application installs with a default account that has the username "system" and the password "system". The role of this default account is Administrator. This account cannot be deleted. To maintain the security of the management domain, change the default password for the "system" as soon as the software is installed. How to change a user's password on page 29 provides more information. How to add a user To add a user: 1. On the Administration menu, select Manage User Accounts. 2. In Username, type the new username. A valid username is five to eight characters with at least one alphabetic character. A new username cannot match the following: Any other username in the management domain. The password of the currently logged-in user. 3. In Password, type the new password. A valid password is five to eight characters with at least one alphabetic character. It cannot match the password of the current logged-in user. 4. In Confirm Password, retype the new password. The value in Confirm Password must match the value in Password. 26 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

27 Console overview 5. In Role, select a role for the new user account. Choose either Operator or Administrator. Refer to Table 1 on page 27 to view the functions available for each role. Table 1 Tasks permitted for operators and administrators Task Operator Administrator View all activities Yes Yes View all events Yes Yes Monitor file system Yes Yes View file system configuration Yes Yes View file system events Yes Yes Change own password Yes Yes View Help Yes Yes View About Yes Yes Manage user accounts No Yes Create new file system configuration No Yes Edit file system configuration No Yes Export rule set No Yes Import rule set No Yes Commit changes No Yes Delete file system configuration No Yes Copy extended rule No Yes 6. Click Add. 7. Click OK. Note: Use Clear on the Manage User Accounts window to clear the following fields: Username, Password, and Confirm Password. Administration 27

28 Console overview How to remove a user To remove a user account: 1. On the Administration menu, select Manage User Accounts. The Manage User Accounts window appears. 2. From the Username list, select the username of the account to be removed. Note: The "system" account cannot be removed. Delete is not available when this account is selected. 3. Click Delete. The Delete User prompt appears. 4. Click Yes. The account is removed. 5. Click OK. How to change your password To change your password: 1. On the Administration menu, select Change User Password. The Change Password window appears. 2. In Password, type your new password. 3. In Confirm Password, type the new password again. 4. Click OK. 28 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

29 Console overview How to change a user's password An administrator may change a user's password: 1. On the Administration menu, select Manage User Accounts. The Manage User Accounts window appears. 2. From the Username list, select a username. 3. In Password, type the new password. 4. In Confirm Password, type the new password. 5. Click Update. 6. Click OK. Administration 29

30 Console overview Monitoring To view events, activities, and status in a management domain, use the monitoring windows. The following regions may be monitored: Domain Events Domain Activities Host Events File System Events File System Activities File System State Note: Events and state information for file systems on an FSM host are cleared when that FSM host is restarted. Restarting an FSM host also clears that host s events from the Events for All Hosts window. Clearing the events window An administrator can clear all events, or select events to clear from any of the Events windows. All Events To clear all events, click Clear All Events. All events clear, including events that are not displayed under the currently selected event type. Select Events To clear a group of events: 1. In the Filter field, select an event type to display. 2. Select each event to be cleared. 3. Click Clear Checked Events. 30 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

31 Console overview Domain events The events for all file systems in a management domain may be viewed. The displayed events do not include the following: Events that were cleared. Events that occurred before the host computer was last restarted. How to view domain events To display the events for a management domain: 1. On the View menu, select All Events. The Events for All Hosts window appears. 2. (Optional) On the View menu, select Refresh to refresh the display. The Last Refreshed value changes and the Events for All Hosts window updates. 3. (Optional) In the Filter field, select a severity level to display a subset of the events. The following severity levels may be selected: All None Low Medium High Extreme The filtered events appear. Table 2 on page 32 provides a description of the columns on the Events for All Hosts window. Monitoring 31

32 Console overview Table 2 Columns on the Events for All Hosts window Column Host File System Severity Timestamp Event Type Message Description Name of the host on which the event occurred. Name of the file system that generated the event. Severity level of the event. Severity is one of the following: None Low Medium High Extreme Date and time that the event occurred. Type of event. Event type is one of the following: Debug Info Notice Warning Error Critical Alert Emergency Description of the event. Domain activities The activities for all file systems in a management domain may be viewed. To display all activities in a management domain: 1. On the View menu, select All Activities. The All FSM Activities window appears at the top of the workspace pane. 2. In the Filter field, select the type of activities to display. The activities are filtered to show only the type of activities selected. 32 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

33 Console overview The following activities types may be selected: All Purge Migrate Staging Destroy Recover The filtered domain activities appear. Table 3 on page 33 provides a description of the columns on the All FSM Activities window. Table 3 Columns on the All FSM Activities window Column Host File System File System ID Backend Level Backend Type Activity Type Filename Bytes to Move Bytes Moved Progress Description Name of the host for the activity. Name of the file system for the activity. File system ID for the activity. Priority of the back-end system. Either Level 1 (primary) or Level 2 (secondary). Back-end module type, which is one of the following: Centera FTP NFS Activity type, which is one of the following: Purge Migrate Stage Destroy Recover Name of the file that is the subject of the activity. Target amount of data (in bytes) to be moved by the activity. Current amount of data (in bytes) that was moved by the activity. Graphical progress bar. Monitoring 33

34 Console overview Host events The events for an individual host may be viewed. The displayed events do not include the following: Events that were cleared. Events that occurred before the host computer was last restarted. How to view events for a host To display all events for a host: 1. On the tree pane, select the host. 2. On the View menu, select Events. The Events window appears. 3. (Optional) On the View menu, select Refresh to refresh the display. The Last Refreshed value changes and the Events window updates. 4. (Optional) In the Filter field, select a severity level to display a subset of the events. The events are filtered to show only the selected severity level. The following severity levels may be selected: All None Low Medium High Extreme The filtered events appear. Table 4 on page 35 provides a description of the columns on the Events window. 34 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

35 Console overview Table 4 Columns on the Events windows Column Host File System Severity Timestamp Event Type Message Description Name of the host. Name of the file system that generated the event. Severity level of the event. Severity is one of the following: None Low Medium High Extreme The date and time that the event occurred. Type of event. Event type is one of the following: Debug Info Notice Warning Error Critical Alert Emergency Description of the event. File system events The events for an individual file system may be viewed. The displayed events do not include the following: Events that were cleared. Events that occurred before the host computer was last restarted. How to view events for a file system To display all events for a file system: 1. On the tree pane, select the file system. 2. On the View menu, select Events. The Events window appears at the top of the workspace pane. Monitoring 35

36 Console overview 3. (Optional) On the View menu, select Refresh to refresh the display. The Last Refreshed value changes and the Events window updates. 4. (Optional) In the Filter field, select a severity level to display a subset of the events. The events are filtered to show only the severity level selected. The following severity levels may be selected: All None Low Medium High Extreme The filtered events appear. Table 5 on page 36 provides a description of the columns on the Events window. Table 5 Columns on the Events windows (page 1 of 2) Column Host File System Severity Description Name of the host. Name of the file system that generated the event. Severity level of the event. Severity is one of the following: None Low Medium High Extreme 36 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

37 Console overview Table 5 Columns on the Events windows (page 2 of 2) Column Timestamp Event Type Message Description Date and time that the event occurred. Type of event. Event type is one of the following: Debug Info Notice Warning Error Critical Alert Emergency Description of the event. File system activities You can use Console Client to view the activities for a file system. To display all activities for a file system: 1. On the tree pane, select the file system. 2. On the View menu, select Monitoring. The Activities window appears at the bottom of the workspace pane. 3. In the Filter field, select the type of activities to display. The activities are filtered to show only the type of activities selected. The following activities types may be selected: All Purge Migrate Staging Destroy Recover The filtered activities appear. Table 6 on page 38 provides a description of the columns on the Activities window. Monitoring 37

38 Console overview Table 6 Columns on the Activities window Column Activity Type Backend Level Backend Type Filename Bytes to Move Bytes Moved Progress Description Type of activity. Type is one of the following: Purge Migrate Stage Destroy Recover Priority of the back-end system. Either Level 1 (primary) or Level 2 (secondary). Back-end module type, which is one of the following: Centera FTP NFS Name of the file that is the subject of the activity. Target amount of data (in bytes) to be moved by the activity. Current amount of data (in bytes) moved by the activity. Graphical progress bar. File system state You can use Console Client to view information about the state of a managed file system. To display the state of a file system: 1. On the tree pane, select the file system. 2. On the View menu, select Monitoring. The File System State window appears at the top of the workspace pane. General state information appears on the left side of the window. Table 7 on page 39 provides a description of the available information. 38 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

39 Console overview Table 7 File System State window Field Name File System Name File System ID Module File System Path Total Size Used Space High Watermark Used Space (graphical display) Maximum Inodes Used Inodes Used Inodes (graphical display) Description Name of the file system. File system ID. Module type for the file system. Full path to the mount point for the file system. Total size of the file system. Number of megabytes of data in the file system. Value set for the file system's high-water mark. Graphical display showing the percentage of file system space used. Total number of inodes allowed in the file system. Total number of file system inodes used. Graphical display showing the percentage of file system inodes used. 3. (Optional) From the View menu, select Refresh to refresh the display. The Last Refreshed value changes, and the File System State window and the Activities window update. 4. On the File System State window, select a tab to display information for a specific activity type. The following tabs are available: Purge, described in Table 8 on page 40. Migrate, described in Table 9 on page 40. Staging, described in Table 10 on page 40. Destroy, described in Table 11 on page 41. Recover, described in Table 12 on page 41. Monitoring 39

40 Console overview Table 8 Purge tab on the File System State window Field Purge Attempts Purge Errors Purge Attempts on Purged Files Bytes Purged Since Last Reboot Description Number of attempts to purge files from the file system. Number of errors during all of the file system's purge attempts. Number of purge attempts on previously purged files. Total bytes purged since the last time the file system's host was started. Table 9 Migrate tab on the File System State window Field Migration Attempts Migration Errors Migration Attempts on Migrated Files Bytes Migrated Since Last Reboot Description Number of attempts to migrate files from the file system. Number of errors during all of the file system's migration attempts. Number of migration attempts on previously migrated files. Total bytes migrated since the last time the file system's host was started. Table 10 Staging tab on the File System State window Field Staging Attempts Staging Errors StagingAttempts on Staged Files Bytes Staged Since Last Reboot Description Number of attempts to stage files into the file system. Number of errors during all of the file system's staging attempts. Number of staging attempts on previously staged files. Total bytes staged since the last time the file system's host was started. 40 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

41 Console overview Table 11 Destroy tab on the File System State window Field Files Destroyed Files Not Renamed Description Total number of files reclassified on the back-end system as destroyed, after being deleted from the file system. Total number of files that could not be renamed on the back-end system. Periodic back-end system cleanup on page 167 provides more information about renaming deleted files on the back-end system. Table 12 Recover tab on the File System State window Field Recovery Attempts Recovery Errors Description Number of attempts to recover file data from the back-end system, after a recovery from backup is completed in the file system. Number of errors during file data recovery attempts. Monitoring 41

42 Console overview 42 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

43 3 File System Configuration This chapter covers the following topics: Preliminary tasks Configuring a file system Viewing a file system configuration Editing a file system configuration Deleting a file system configuration File System Configuration 43

44 File System Configuration Preliminary tasks A UTDM file system s configuration is a set of attributes that defines how it is managed. Each file system has its own set of required and optional attributes. Console Client simplifies file system configuration tasks by displaying all relevant attributes, checking all entered values, and applying configuration changes to the file system. Before you can configure a file system, you must complete the following: Create a native file system, initialize the file system for UTDM, and mount the file system on an FSM host. These tasks are described in the installation guides. Decide on a Level 1 back-end type and optionally, a Level 2 back-end type to use with the file system. Perform any preliminary setup steps required for each selected back-end system. Back-end module types This release allows you to designate either one or two back-end systems for a file system. When two back-end systems are selected, migrated file data is written to both. Data is retrieved from the Level 1 (primary) back-end system unless it is unavailable. If the Level 1 back-end system is unavailable, then data is retrieved from the Level 2 (secondary) back-end system. The steps required to configure a file system differ slightly based on which back-end type is selected as primary and, optionally, which is selected as secondary. For both primary and secondary, an administrator may choose from the back-end module types shown in Table 13 on page EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

45 File System Configuration Table 13 Available back-end module types Back-end module types Centera FTP NFS Description EMC Centera Standards-compliant FTP or FTPS server a Standards-compliant NFS accessible disk resources a. In order to facilitate recovery on an FTP or FTPS server, the server must be capable of providing FSM with local disk-like access to the back-end data. This may be provided using NFS or any other protocol that provides FSM with such access. Recovering an FTP module file system on page 130 describes the recovery procedure in this configuration. A mixture of back-end module types can be used for a file system, for the file systems on a host, and for all file systems in a management domain. Each back-end module type has preliminary tasks that must be completed before you configure a file system to use it. Those tasks are described in the following sections: Centera module preliminary tasks on page 45 FTP module preliminary tasks on page 52 NFS module preliminary tasks on page 54 Centera module preliminary tasks The Centera module requires the following preliminary tasks: Ensure that the FSM host can establish a connection with the EMC Centera s interface addresses. If replication is used, also confirm that there is a connection with the replication server s interface addresses. Create a EMC Centera pool to use with FSM file systems. Configure the EMC Centera to grant the appropriate permissions to FSM. If replication is used, also configure the replication server. If Pool Entry Authorization (PEA) is used, create and install a valid PEA file on the FSM host. If replication is used, create a PEA file that authenticates FSM with both the primary EMC Centera and the replication server. Enable EMC Centera data retention. Preliminary tasks 45

46 File System Configuration Check connectivity FSM uses TCP/IP to communicate with EMC Centeras. Before configuring a UTDM file system to use a EMC Centera, and optionally a EMC Centera replication server, confirm that there is a connection between the FSM host and the IP addresses of the EMC Centeras. EMC Centeras do not respond to ping packets. A tool to confirm that there is a connection with a EMC Centera is provided with the FSM software. To confirm connectivity: 1. Log in as root on the FSM host system. 2. Set the FSM environment. To set the environment, refer to Setting the FSM environment on page For each EMC Centera IP address, run the dxuldmcenteraping command: dxuldmcenteraping -a emc-address [emc-address...] where emc-address is an IP address for a network interface on the EMC Centera, in IPv4 format. Additional IP addresses, separated by spaces, may be specified. For more information about this command, see dxuldmcenteraping on page 182. Failure to connect to the IP addresses for a EMC Centera indicates a network problem that should be corrected before the file system is configured. Create a EMC Centera pool for FSM FSM file systems can use the default EMC Centera pool but it is recommended that you create a pool that is used only by FSM file systems. An FSM-only pool simplifies EMC Centera to EMC Centera migrations, such as when you move the back-end data to a newer generation EMC Centera. Configure EMC Centera permissions FSM requires read, write, and query permissions on a EMC Centera. This set of permissions can be provided in one of the following ways: Configure the EMC Centera s Anonymous profile to grant these permissions. 46 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

47 File System Configuration Use of the Anonymous profile eliminates the PEA file requirement. However, the Anonymous profile constitutes a potential security hazard since it does not authenticate applications during the PEA process. It should be disabled. Use the PEA process to create an application profile for FSM that grants the necessary permissions. For more information on this choice, see the next section: Create and install a PEA file on page 47. Create and install a PEA file The PEA process is used by a EMC Centera to grant access rights to applications. The specific access rights that are granted are determined by application profiles created on the EMC Centera. The application profile that is used by FSM must have the following access rights: Read (r) Write (w) Exist (e) In order to be authorized to use an application profile, FSM must provide the EMC Centera with the profile s name and key. FSM reads the information from a PEA file located on the FSM host and passes it to the EMC Centera during the PEA process. To create and install a PEA file: 1. On the EMC Centera, create an application profile that grants Read, Write, and Exist rights. Application profiles are created by using the EMC Centera s CLI commands profile create or profile update. In order to have the profile create or profile update commands output a PEA file, type yes when asked if a Pool Entry Authorization should be created. For more information about application profile creation, refer to the EMC Centera s documentation. 2. Copy the resultant PEA file from the CLI host to the FSM host. 3. As root, limit access to the PEA file: chmod 600 /path/my.pea where /path/my.pea is the full path of the PEA file. Preliminary tasks 47

48 File System Configuration 4. For each file system that uses the Centera module, type the full path of the PEA file in the Authentication Path option. Authentication Path is described in Centera module on page 64. Verify PEA access To verify that a PEA file can be used to access a EMC Centera: 1. Log in as root on the host system. 2. Set the FSM environment. For information on setting the FSM environment, see Setting the FSM environment on page Run dxuldmcenteraping: dxuldmcenteraping -a centeraip?pathtopea where: centeraip is one of the IP addresses on the EMC Centera, in IPv4 format. pathtopea is the full path to the PEA file. Note: This command verifies that the PEA file may be used to access the EMC Centera. It does not check whether the correct permissions are provided by the PEA file. For more information about dxuldmcenteraping, see dxuldmcenteraping on page 182. Centera pool entry authorization for replication The PEA process may be used with Centera replication as a way to authenticate FSM on both the primary and replication EMC Centeras. The PEA file used in a replication environment must provide authentication information for each of the EMC Centeras. The composition of a PEA file used in a replication environment depends on whether you provide the path to a random-bit file when you run the profile create or profile update commands. The random-bit file can be used as additional input during key generation. The following methods may be used: Generate the key by providing a random-bit file. 48 EMC DiskXtender File System Manager for UNIX/Linux Release 3.5 Administrator s Guide

49 File System Configuration The same file must be used on each EMC Centera. This method creates a PEA file with a single key that is accepted on each EMC Centera. Generate the key without providing a random-bit file. A different key is created on each EMC Centera based on various machine-based values. Each key must be copied into the PEA file. This creates a PEA file with several keys, one for each EMC Centera. Replication PEA file created with a random-bit file To use a replication PEA file created with a random-bit file: 1. On the primary EMC Centera, create an application profile by using a random-bit file. The application profile must grant Read, Write, and Exist rights. In order to have the profile create or profile update commands output a PEA file, type yes when asked if a Pool Entry Authorization should be created. For more information about application profile creation, refer to the EMC Centera s documentation. 2. On each replication system, create an application profile by using the same random-bit file. The application profile on each replication system should use the same name as the one on the primary system. The profile should, at a minimum, grant Read and Exist rights. 3. Copy the PEA file created with the primary system from the CLI host to the FSM host. 4. As root, limit access to the PEA file: chmod 600 /path/my.pea where /path/my.pea is the full path of the PEA file. 5. For each file system that uses the Centera module, type the full path of the PEA file in the Authentication Path option. This is described in Configuring a file system on page For each file system that uses the Centera module, type the IP address, in IPv4 format, for each available interface on each replication server in the Replication Server Addresses option. This is described in Configuring a file system on page 57. Preliminary tasks 49

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