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IBM TotalStorage NAS Gateway 500 Integration Guide.

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Durham : I B M, 2004.
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Finance, Public -- Bangladesh.
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Bangladesh -- Politics and government -- 1971-.
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Contents:
Front cover
Contents
Figures
Tables
Examples
Notices
Trademarks
Preface
The team that wrote this redbook
Become a published author
Comments welcome
Summary of changes
October 2004, Second Edition
Part 1 Network Attached Storage concepts and hardware
Chapter 1. The main concept behind Network Attached Storage
1.1 How this book is organized
1.2 Local Area Networks
1.3 Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model
1.3.1 Device driver and hardware layer
1.3.2 Internet Protocol layer
1.3.3 The transport layer
1.3.4 Application layer
1.3.5 Protocol suites
1.4 File systems and I/O
1.4.1 Network file system protocols
1.4.2 Understanding I/O
1.5 Network Attached Storage (NAS)
1.5.1 File servers
1.5.2 Designated Network Attached Storage
1.5.3 NAS uses File I/O
1.5.4 NAS benefits
1.5.5 Other NAS considerations
1.5.6 Total cost of ownership
1.6 Industry standards
1.6.1 Storage Networking Industry Association
1.6.2 Internet Engineering Task Force
Chapter 2. Products overview
2.1 IBM TotalStorage NAS Gateway 500
2.1.1 NAS Gateway 500 connectivity
2.1.2 IBM NAS Gateway 500 sample storage connectivity
2.1.3 NAS Gateway 500 features
2.1.4 Hardware components
2.1.5 Software components
2.1.6 NAS Gateway 500 volumes
2.1.7 NAS Gateway 500 file serving
2.1.8 Integrated data protection
2.1.9 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager integration
2.1.10 High availability configuration using redundant storage
2.1.11 Extended cluster configuration with remote mirroring
2.1.12 More information
2.2 IBM Enterprise Storage Server (ESS)
2.2.1 Overview
2.2.2 Product highlights
2.3 IBM Fibre Array Storage Technology (FAStT)
2.3.1 Overview
2.3.2 Product highlights
2.4 IBM TotalStorage SAN Switch M12
2.4.1 Overview.
2.4.2 Product highlights
2.5 IBM TotalStorage SAN Volume Controller
2.5.1 Overview
2.5.2 Product highlights
2.6 IBM TotalStorage SAN Integration Server
2.6.1 Overview
2.6.2 Product highlights
Part 2 SAN storage configuration
Chapter 3. NAS Gateway 500 storage considerations
3.1 Sharing SAN-based storage
3.2 To SAN or not to SAN
3.2.1 Finding the World Wide Name (WWN)
3.3 SAN storage considerations
3.3.1 Infrastructure
3.3.2 Storage devices
3.3.3 Host attachment scripts
3.3.4 Subsystem Device Driver
Chapter 4. SAN zoning
4.1 Zoning the IBM 2109
Chapter 5. FAStT storage configuration
5.1 Creating logical drives
5.2 Defining hosts
5.3 Mapping logical drives
Chapter 6. ESS storage configuration
6.1 Regarding SAN zoning
6.2 Setting up the ESS
6.2.1 Configuring ESS for open systems storage
6.2.2 Configuring disk groups
6.2.3 Configuring host adapter ports
6.2.4 Modifying host systems
6.2.5 Adding volumes
6.2.6 Modifying volume assignments
Part 3 Implementation
Chapter 7. Single node setup
7.1 Our environment
7.2 Planning for the setup
7.3 Service/management connections and indicators
7.4 Basic setup of a single node NAS Gateway 500
7.4.1 Connecting and powering on the NAS Gateway 500
7.4.2 Web-based System Manager Remote Client installation
7.4.3 Basic setup using Web-based System Manager Remote Client
7.4.4 Initial Configuration wizard
7.4.5 CIFS wizard
7.4.6 Volume wizard
7.4.7 Configuring Link Aggregation
Chapter 8. Subsequent configuration
8.1 Network configuration
8.1.1 Network interface description
8.1.2 TCP/IP configuration
8.2 Storage configuration
8.2.1 General storage concepts
8.2.2 What are Snapshots?
8.2.3 Handling snapshots
8.2.4 Discovering storage devices
8.2.5 Creating a NAS volume.
8.2.6 Creating a mirror
8.3 OpenSSH for command line access
8.3.1 How to obtain OpenSSH
8.3.2 Installing OpenSSL
8.3.3 Installing OpenSSH
8.3.4 Using OpenSSH
8.3.5 How to deactivate telnet
8.4 System errors and notification
8.4.1 Service Processor
8.4.2 Electronic Service Agent
8.4.3 NAS Log
8.4.4 Operating system error logging
8.4.5 System error log
8.4.6 System Attention LED
Chapter 9. Cluster configuration
9.1 Cluster concepts
9.1.1 High availability
9.1.2 Cluster topology
9.1.3 Cluster resources
9.2 Cluster planning
9.2.1 Eliminate the single point of failure
9.2.2 Planning cluster networks
9.2.3 Planning cluster disks
9.2.4 Planning cluster resources
9.3 Our cluster configuration
9.3.1 Our cluster topology
9.3.2 Our shared disks
9.3.3 Our resources
9.3.4 Recommended SAN environment
9.4 Cluster setup
9.5 Additional setup tasks
9.5.1 Checking the cluster status
9.5.2 Handling the default gateway
9.5.3 Creating file access users
9.5.4 Creating CIFS users
9.6 Testing the cluster
9.6.1 File serving testing
9.6.2 Cluster verification
9.6.3 Simulating errors
9.7 Cluster management
Chapter 10. Remote Mirroring configuration
10.1 General HACMP/XD concepts
10.1.1 Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
10.1.2 Node failure
10.1.3 Site failure
10.1.4 Site isolation
10.1.5 The position of HACMP/XD
10.1.6 HACMP/XD basic components
10.2 Planning
10.2.1 Supported configurations
10.3 Two-node cluster configuration
10.3.1 Our cluster topology
10.3.2 Remote mirroring device
10.3.3 Our resources
10.3.4 Setting up the two-node HACMP/XD cluster
10.4 Four-node cluster configuration
10.4.1 Our cluster topology
10.4.2 Remote mirroring device
10.4.3 Our resources.
10.4.4 Setting up the four-node HACMP/XD cluster
10.5 Failure recovery
10.5.1 Local failures
10.5.2 Site isolation
10.5.3 Site failure
10.6 State map managing utilities
10.6.1 Viewing the state map status
10.6.2 Dumping a state map
10.6.3 Dirtying a state map
10.6.4 Cleaning a state map
10.6.5 Unifying state maps
10.7 Data divergence
Chapter 11. Windows systems integration
11.1 CIFS concepts
11.1.1 Authentication
11.2 Creating a CIFS share
11.3 User creation on the NAS Gateway 500
11.3.1 User creation
11.3.2 Dynamic user creation
11.4 Creating file system shares
11.5 Advanced CIFS features
11.6 Connecting Windows 2000 and 2003
11.6.1 Connecting and mapping a Windows client
11.7 Setting up startup scripts for Windows
11.8 Disabling auto disconnect
11.9 Publishing shares to Active Directory
Chapter 12. UNIX systems integration
12.1 NFS protocol on NAS Gateway 500
12.2 Configuring NFS shares on NAS Gateway 500
12.2.1 Configuring NFS shares through WebSM
12.2.2 Configuring NFS shares with SMIT
12.3 Access NAS Gateway 500 file service from AIX
12.3.1 Mounting an NFS file system on AIX
12.3.2 AIX NFS mount problem determination
12.3.3 Tuning AIX to improve NAS Gateway 500 NFS performance
12.4 Access NAS Gateway 500 file service from HP-UX
12.4.1 Mounting a NAS Gateway 500 NFS filesystem on HP-UX
12.4.2 HP-UX NFS mount problem determination
12.5 Access NAS Gateway 500 file service from Solaris
12.5.1 Mounting a NAS Gateway 500 NFS filesystem on Solaris
12.5.2 Solaris NFS mount problem determination
Chapter 13. Linux systems integration
13.1 Red Hat Linux: Access a NAS Gateway 500 share
13.1.1 Mounting a NAS Gateway 500 NFS share on Red Hat Linux
13.1.2 Troubleshooting the NFS mount on Red Hat Linux.
13.2 SUSE LINUX: Access a NAS Gateway 500 share
13.2.1 Mounting a NAS Gateway 500 NFS share on SUSE LINUX
13.2.2 Troubleshooting the NFS mount on SUSE LINUX
Chapter 14. Apple systems integration
14.1 Apple Mac OS 10.x accessing an NFS share
Part 4 Backup and recovery
Chapter 15. Backup and restore basics and user interfaces
15.1 User interfaces for backups and restores
15.1.1 The WebSM interface
15.1.2 The SMIT menu
15.1.3 The command line interface
15.2 Fundamental backup and restore techniques
Chapter 16. Bootable backups and restores
16.1 Overview: bootable backup/restore
16.2 System backup manager (mksysb and mkcd)
16.2.1 Backup with the system backup manager (mksysb)
16.2.2 Restoring with the system backup manager
16.3 Recovery using the Recovery CDs
16.3.1 The system is powered off
16.3.2 The system is powered on
16.4 Network Install Manager (NIM)
16.4.1 NIM basics
16.4.2 NIM installation and configuration
16.5 SysBack for Bare Machine Recovery
16.5.1 SysBack introduction
16.5.2 Backup with SysBack
16.5.3 Restore with SysBack
Chapter 17. File, file system, and volume group backup and restore
17.1 Basics for file and file system backup
17.1.1 The mknasb and restnasb commands
17.1.2 The backup and restore commands (full and incremental)
17.1.3 The restvg and savevg commands
17.1.4 Split mirror backup
17.1.5 The backsnap (JFS2 command)
17.1.6 The dd, cpio, tar, pax and other commands
Chapter 18. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager integration
18.1 Introduction to IBM Tivoli Storage Manager
18.1.1 NAS Gateway 500 and IBM Tivoli Storage Manager
18.1.2 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Server configuration
18.1.3 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Client configuration
18.1.4 Automation of backups
18.1.5 Clustering considerations
Part 5 Appendixes.
Appendix A. Error log information.
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