Cisco UCS Manager CLI Quick Reference Guide for Cisco UCS M-Series Modular Servers, Release 2.5
Configuring Storage Profiles
Configuring Storage Profiles

目次

Configuring Storage Profiles

This part contains the following chapters:

Storage Profiles

Unlike Cisco UCS B-Series and C-Series servers, the Cisco UCS M-Series modular servers do not have local storage. Instead, storage is centralized per chassis, and this centralized storage is shared by all servers in the chassis. To allow flexibility in defining the number of storage disks, roles and usage of these disks, and other storage parameters, you can create and use storage profiles. A storage profile encapsulates the storage requirements for one or more service profiles. LUNs configured in a storage profile can be used as boot LUNs or data LUNs, and can be dedicated to a specific server. You can also specify a local LUN as a boot device. However, LUN resizing is not supported. The introduction of storage profiles allows you to do the following:
  • Configure multiple virtual drives and select the physical drives that are used by a virtual drive. You can also configure the storage capacity of a virtual drive.

  • Configure the number, type and role of disks in a disk group.

  • Associate a storage profile with a service profile.

You can create a storage profile both at an org level and at a service-profile level. A service profile can have a dedicated storage profile as well as a storage profile at an org level.

Disk Groups and Disk Group Configuration Policies

In UCS M-Series Modular Servers, servers in a chassis can use storage that is centralized in that chassis. You can select and configure the disks to be used for storage. A logical collection of these physical disks is called a disk group. Disk groups allow you to organize local disks. The storage controller controls the creation and configuration of disk groups.

A disk group configuration policy defines how a disk group is created and configured. The policy specifies the RAID level to be used for the disk group. It also specifies either a manual or an automatic selection of disks for the disk group, and roles for disks. You can use a disk group policy to manage multiple disk groups. However, a single disk group can be managed only by one disk group policy.

A hot spare is an unused extra disk that can be used by a disk group in the case of failure of a disk in the disk group. Hot spares can be used only in disk groups that support a fault-tolerant RAID level.

Virtual Drives

A disk group can be partitioned into virtual drives. Each virtual drive appears as an individual physical device to the Operating System.

All virtual drives in a disk group must be managed by using a single disk group policy.

Configuration States

Indicates the configuration states of a virtual drive. Virtual drives can have the following configuration states:
  • Applying—Creation of the virtual drive is in progress.

  • Applied—Creation of the virtual drive is complete, or virtual disk policy changes are configured and applied successfully.

  • Failed to apply—Creation, deletion, or renaming of a virtual drive has failed due to errors in the underlying storage subsystem.

  • Orphaned—The service profile that contained this virtual drive is deleted.

  • Not in use—The service profile that contained this virtual drive is in the disassociated state.

Deployment States

Indicates the actions that you are performing on virtual drives. Virtual drives can have the following deployment states:
  • No action—No pending work items for the virtual drive.

  • Creating—Creation of the virtual drive is in progress.

  • Deleting—Deletion of the virtual drive is in progress.

  • Modifying—Modification of the virtual drive is in progress.

  • Apply-Failed—Creation or modification of the virtual drive has failed.

Operability States

Indicates the operating condition of a virtual drive. Virtual drives can have the following operability states:
  • Optimal—The virtual drive operating condition is good. All configured drives are online.

  • Degraded—The virtual drive operating condition is not optimal. One of the configured drives has failed or is offline.

  • Cache-degraded—The virtual drive has been created with a write policy of write back mode, but the BBU has failed, or there is no BBU.

    (注)  


    This state does not occur if you select the always write back mode.


  • Partially degraded—The operating condition in a RAID 6 virtual drive is not optimal. One of the configured drives has failed or is offline. RAID 6 can tolerate up to two drive failures.

  • Offline—The virtual drive is not available to the RAID controller. This is essentially a failed state.

  • Unknown—The state of the virtual drive is not known.

Presence States

Indicates the presence of virtual drive components. Virtual drives have the following presence states:
  • Equipped—The virtual drive is available.

  • Mismatched—A virtual drive deployed state is different from its configured state.

  • Missing—Virtual drive is missing.

RAID Levels

The RAID level of a disk group describes how the data is organized on the disk group for the purpose of ensuring availability, redundancy of data, and I/O performance.

The following are features provided by RAID:
  • Striping—Segmenting data across multiple physical devices. This improves performance by increasing throughput due to simultaneous device access.

  • Mirroring—Writing the same data to multiple devices to accomplish data redundancy.

  • Parity—Storing of redundant data on an additional device for the purpose of error correction in the event of device failure. Parity does not provide full redundancy, but it allows for error recovery in some scenarios.

  • Spanning—Allows multiple drives to function like a larger one. For example, four 20 GB drives can be combined to appear as a single 80 GB drive.

The supported RAID levels include the following:
  • RAID 0 Striped—Data is striped across all disks in the array, providing fast throughput. There is no data redundancy, and all data is lost if any disk fails.

  • RAID 1 Mirrored—Data is written to two disks, providing complete data redundancy if one disk fails. The maximum array size is equal to the available space on the smaller of the two drives.

  • RAID 5 Striped Parity—Data is striped across all disks in the array. Part of the capacity of each disk stores parity information that can be used to reconstruct data if a disk fails. RAID 5 provides good data throughput for applications with high read request rates.

    RAID 5 distributes parity data blocks among the disks that are part of a RAID-5 group and requires a minimum of three disks.

  • RAID 6 Striped Dual Parity—Data is striped across all disks in the array and two sets of parity data are used to provide protection against failure of up to two physical disks. In each row of data blocks, two sets of parity data are stored.

    Other than addition of a second parity block, RAID 6 is identical to RAID 5 . A minimum of four disks are required for RAID 6.

  • RAID 10 Mirrored and Striped—RAID 10 uses mirrored pairs of disks to provide complete data redundancy and high throughput rates through block-level striping. RAID 10 is mirroring without parity and block-level striping. A minimum of four disks are required for RAID 10.

Automatic Disk Selection

When you specify a disk group configuration, and do not specify the local disks in it, Cisco UCS Manager determines the disks to be used based on the criteria specified in the disk group configuration policy. Cisco UCS Manager can make this selection of disks in multiple ways.

When all qualifiers match for a set of disks, then disks are selected sequentially according to their slot number. Regular disks and dedicated hot spares are selected by using the lowest numbered slot.

The following is the disk selection process:

  1. Iterate over all local LUNs that require the creation of a new virtual drive. Iteration is based on the following criteria, in order:

    1. Disk type

    2. Minimum disk size from highest to lowest

    3. Space required from highest to lowest

    4. Disk group qualifier name, in alphabetical order

    5. Local LUN name, in alphabetical order

  2. Select regular disks depending on the minimum number of disks and minimum disk size. Disks are selected sequentially starting from the lowest numbered disk slot that satisfies the search criteria.

    (注)  


    If you specify Any as the type of drive, the first available drive is selected. After this drive is selected, subsequent drives will be of a compatible type. For example, if the first drive was SATA, all subsequent drives would be SATA. Cisco UCS Manager Release 2.5 supports only SATA and SAS.

    Cisco UCS Manager Release 2.5 does not support RAID migration.


  3. Select dedicated hot spares by using the same method as normal disks. Disks are only selected if they are in an Unconfigured Good state.

  4. If a provisioned LUN has the same disk group policy as a deployed virtual drive, then try to deploy the new virtual drive in the same disk group. Otherwise, try to find new disks for deployment.

Supported LUN Modifications

Some modifications that are made to the LUN configuration when LUNs are already deployed on an associated server are supported.

The following are the types of modifications that can be performed:

  • Creation of a new virtual drive.

  • Deletion of an existing virtual drive, which is in the orphaned state.

  • Non-disruptive changes to an existing virtual drive. These changes can be made on an existing virtual drive without loss of data, and without performance degradation:
    • Policy changes. For example, changing the write cache policy.

    • Modification of boot parameters

The removal of a LUN will cause a warning to be displayed. Ensure that you take action to avoid loss of data.

Unsupported LUN Modifications

Some modifications to existing LUNs are not possible without destroying the original virtual drive and creating a new one. All data is lost in these types of modification, and these modifications are not supported.

Disruptive modifications to an existing virtual drive are not supported. The following are unsupported disruptive changes:
  • Any supported RAID level change that can be handled through reconstruction. For example, RAID0 to RAID1.

  • Increasing the size of a virtual drive through reconstruction.

  • Addition and removal of disks through reconstruction.

Destructive modifications are also not supported. The following are unsupported destructive modifications:
  • RAID-level changes that do not support reconstruction. For example, RAID5 to RAID1.

  • Shrinking the size of a virtual drive.

  • RAID-level changes that support reconstruction, but where there are other virtual drives present on the same drive group.

  • Disk removal when there is not enough space left on the disk group to accommodate the virtual drive.

  • Explicit change in the set of disks used by the virtual drive.

Disk Insertion Handling

When the following sequence of events takes place:

  1. The LUN is created in one of the following ways:
    1. You specify the slot specifically by using a local disk reference

    2. The system selects the slot based on criteria specified by you

  2. The LUN is successfully deployed, which means that a virtual drive is created, which uses the slot.

  3. You remove a disk from the slot, possibly because the disk failed.

  4. You insert a new working disk into the same slot.

Non-Redundant Virtual Drives

For non-redundant virtual drives (RAID 0), when a physical drive is removed, the state of the virtual drive is Inoperable. When a new working drive is inserted, the new physical drive goes to an Unconfigured Good state.

For non-redundant virtual drives, there is no way to recover the virtual drive. You must delete the virtual drive and re-create it.

Redundant Virtual Drives with No Hot Spare Drives

For redundant virtual drives (RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10) with no hot spare drives assigned, virtual drive mismatch, virtual drive member missing, and local disk missing faults appear until you insert a working physical drive into the same slot from which the old physical drive was removed.

If the physical drive size is greater than or equal to that of the old drive, the storage controller automatically uses the new drive for the virtual drive. The new drive goes into the Rebuilding state. After rebuild is complete, the virtual drive goes back into the Online state.

Redundant Virtual Drives with Hot Spare Drives

For redundant virtual drives (RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10) with hot spare drives assigned, when a drive fails, or when you remove a drive, the dedicated hot spare drive, if available, goes into the Rebuilding state with the virtual drive in the Degraded state. After rebuilding is complete, that drive goes to the Online state.

Cisco UCSM raises a disk missing and virtual drive mismatch fault because although the virtual drive is operational, it does not match the physical configuration that Cisco UCSM expects.

if you insert a new disk in the slot with the disk missing, automatic copy back starts from the earlier hot spare disk to the newly inserted disk. After copy back, the hot spare disk is restored. In this state all faults are cleared.

If automatic copy back does not start, and the newly inserted disk remains in the Unconfigured Good, JBOD, or Foreign Configuration state, remove the new disk from the slot, reinsert the earlier hot spare disk into the slot, and import foreign configuration. This initiates the rebuilding process and the drive state becomes Online. Now, insert the new disk in the hot spare slot and mark it as hot spare to match it exactly with the information available in Cisco UCSM.

Replacing Hot Spare Drives

If a hot spare drive is replaced, the new hot spare drive will go to the Unconfigured Good, Unconfigured Bad, JBOD, or Foreign Configuration state.

Cisco UCSM will raise a virtual drive mismatch or virtual drive member mismatch fault because the hot spare drive is in a state different from the state configured in Cisco UCSM.

You must manually clear the fault. To do this, you must perform the following actions:

  1. Clear the state on the newly inserted drive to Unconfigured Good.

  2. Configure the newly inserted drive as a hot spare drive to match what is expected by Cisco UCSM.

Inserting Physical Drives into Unused Slots

If you insert new physical drives into unused slots, neither the storage controller nor Cisco UCSM will make use of the new drive even if the drive is in the Unconfigured Good state and there are virtual drives that are missing good physical drives.

The drive will simply go into the Unconfigured Good state. To make use of the new drive, you will need to modify or create LUNs to reference the newly inserted drive.

Virtual Drive Naming

When you use UCSM to create a virtual drive, UCSM assigns a unique ID that can be used to reliably identify the virtual drive for further operations. UCSM also provides the flexibility to provide a name to the virtual drive at the time of service profile association. Any virtual drive without a service profile or a server reference is marked as an orphan virtual drive.

In addition to a unique ID, a name is assigned to the drive. Names can be assigned in two ways:

  • When configuring a virtual drive, you can explicitly assign a name that can be referenced in storage profiles.

  • If you have not preprovisioned a name for the virtual drive, UCSM generates a unique name for the virtual drive.

You can rename virtual drives that are not referenced by any service profile or server.

LUN Dereferencing

A LUN is dereferenced when it is no longer used by any service profile. This can occur as part of the following scenarios:

  • The LUN is no longer referenced from the storage profile

  • The storage profile is no longer referenced from the service profile

  • The server is disassociated from the service profile

  • The server is decommissioned

When the LUN is no longer referenced, but the server is still associated, re-association occurs.

When the service profile that contained the LUN is disassociated, the LUN state is changed to Not in use.

When the service profile that contained the LUN is deleted, the LUN state is changed to Orphaned.

Guidelines and Limitations

  • Cisco UCS Manager does not support initiating the following storage profile functions. However, you can monitor them through Cisco UCS Manager after they are performed:
    • Virtual Drive Rebuild

    • Virtual Drive Consistency Check

    • Virtual Drive Initialization

    • Patrol Read

    • BBU Relearning

    • Locator LED

    • BBU Configuration

    • Destructive LUN modifications

    • Automatic LUN creation

    • Disk replacement with hot spares

    • JBOD mode

    • Additional disk selection qualifiers

  • Cisco UCS Manager does not support a combination of SAS and SATA drives in storage configurations.

  • Cisco UCS Manager Release 2.5 only supports a stripe size of 64k and more. Having a stripe size of less than 64k will result in failure when a service profile is associated.

Controller Constraints and Limitations

In Cisco UCS Manager Release 2.5, the storage controller allows 64 virtual drives per controller, and up to 4 virtual drives per server, of which up to 2 virtual drives are bootable.


(注)  


Only the modular servers in Cisco UCSME-2814 compute cartridges include support for up to 4 virtual drives per server.


Configuring Storage Profiles

Configuring a Disk Group Policy

You can choose to configure a disk group policy through automatic or manual disk selection. Configuring a disk group involves the following:

  1. Setting the RAID Level

  2. Automatically Configuring Disks in a Disk Group or Manually Configuring Disks in a Disk Group

  3. Configuring Virtual Drive Properties

Setting the RAID Level

手順の概要

    1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

    2.    UCS-A /org# create disk-group-config-policy disk-group-name

    3.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # set raid-level raid-level

    4.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # commit-buffer


手順の詳細
     コマンドまたはアクション目的
    ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

    Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

     
    ステップ 2UCS-A /org# create disk-group-config-policy disk-group-name  

    Creates a disk group configuration policy with the specified name and enters disk group configuration policy mode.

     
    ステップ 3UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # set raid-level raid-level  
    Specifies the RAID level for the disk group configuration policy. The RAID levels that you can specify are:
    • raid-0-striped

    • raid-1-mirrored

    • raid-10-mirrored-and-striped

    • raid-5-striped-parity

    • raid-6-striped-dual-parity

     
    ステップ 4UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # commit-buffer  

    Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

     

    This example shows how to set the RAID level for a disk group configuration policy.

    UCS-A# scope org
    UCS-A /org # create disk-group-config-policy raid5policy
    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # set raid-level raid-5-striped-parity
    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # commit-buffer
    
    次の作業

    Automatically or manually configure disks as part of the disk group configuration policy.

    Automatically Configuring Disks in a Disk Group

    You can allow UCSM to automatically select and configure disks in a disk group.

    When you create a disk group with RAID 1 policy and configure four disks for it, a RAID1E configuration is created internally by the storage controller.

    手順の概要

      1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

      2.    UCS-A /org# enter disk-group-config-policy disk-group-name

      3.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # enter disk-group-qual

      4.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set drive-type drive-type

      5.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set min-drive-size drive-size

      6.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set num-ded-hot-spares hot-spare-num

      7.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set num-drives drive-num

      8.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # commit-buffer


    手順の詳細
       コマンドまたはアクション目的
      ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

      Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

       
      ステップ 2UCS-A /org# enter disk-group-config-policy disk-group-name  

      Enters disk group configuration policy mode for the specified disk group name.

       
      ステップ 3UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # enter disk-group-qual  

      Enters disk group qualification mode. In this mode, UCSM automatically configures disks as part of the specified disk group.

       
      ステップ 4UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set drive-type drive-type  
      Specifies the drive type for the disk group. You can select:
      • SSD

      • Unspecified

      (注)     

      If you specify Unspecified as the type of drive, the first available drive is selected. After this drive is selected, subsequent drives will be of a compatible type. For example, if the first was SSD, all subsequent drives would be SSD.

       
      ステップ 5UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set min-drive-size drive-size  

      Specifies the minimum drive size for the disk group. Only disks that match this criteria will be available for selection.

      The range for minimum drive size is from 0 to10240 GB. You can also set the minimum drive size as Unspecified. If you set the minimum drive size as Unspecified, drives of all sizes will be available for selection.

       
      ステップ 6UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set num-ded-hot-spares hot-spare-num  

      Specifies the number of dedicated hot spares for the disk group.

      The range for dedicated hot spares is from 0 to 24 hot spares. You can also set the number of dedicated hot spares as Unspecified. If you set the number of dedicated hot spares as Unspecified, the hot spares will be selected according to the disk selection process.

       
      ステップ 7UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set num-drives drive-num  

      Specifies the number of drives for the disk group.

      The range for drives is from 0 to 24 drives. You can also set the number of drives as Unspecified. If you set the number of drives as Unspecified, the number of drives will be selected according to the disk selection process.

       
      ステップ 8UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # commit-buffer  

      Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

       

      This example shows how to automatically configure disks for a disk group configuration policy.

      UCS-A# scope org
      UCS-A /org # enter disk-group-config-policy raid5policy
      UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # enter disk-group-qual
      UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set drive-type ssd
      UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set min-drive-size 1000
      UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set num-ded-hot-spares 2
      UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # set num-drives 7
      UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/disk-group-qual* # commit-buffer
      
      
      次の作業

      Configure Virtual Drives.

      Manually Configuring Disks in a Disk Group

      You can manually configure disks for a disk group.

      When you create a disk group with RAID 1 policy and configure four disks for it, a RAID 1E configuration is created internally by the storage controller.

      手順の概要

        1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

        2.    UCS-A /org# enter disk-group-config-policy disk-group-name

        3.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # create local-disk-config-ref slot-num

        4.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/local-disk-config-ref *# set role role

        5.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/local-disk-config-ref *# set span-id span-id

        6.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/local-disk-config-ref *# commit-buffer


      手順の詳細
         コマンドまたはアクション目的
        ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

        Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

         
        ステップ 2UCS-A /org# enter disk-group-config-policy disk-group-name  

        Enters disk group configuration policy mode for the specified disk group name.

         
        ステップ 3UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # create local-disk-config-ref slot-num  

        Creates a local disk configuration reference for the specified slot and enters local disk configuration reference mode.

         
        ステップ 4UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/local-disk-config-ref *# set role role  
        Specifies the role of the local disk in the disk group. You can select:
        • ded-hot-spare: Dedicated hot spare

        • normal

         
        ステップ 5UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/local-disk-config-ref *# set span-id span-id  

        Specifies the ID of the span group to which the disk belongs. Disks belonging to a single span group can be treated as a single disk with a larger size. The values range from 0 to 8. You can also set the Span ID as Unspecified when spanning information is not required.

        (注)     

        In Cisco UCS Release 2.5, you can have a maximum of 4 span groups.

         
        ステップ 6UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/local-disk-config-ref *# commit-buffer  

        Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

         

        This example shows how to manually configure disks for a disk group configuration policy.

        UCS-A# scope org
        UCS-A /org # enter disk-group-config-policy raid5policy
        UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # create local-disk-config-ref 1
        UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/local-disk-config-ref *# set role ded-hot-spare
        UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/local-disk-config-ref* # set span-id 1
        UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/local-disk-config-ref *# commit-buffer
        次の作業

        Configure Virtual Drive Properties.

        Configuring Virtual Drive Properties

        All virtual drives in a disk group must be managed by using a single disk group policy.

        手順の概要

          1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

          2.    UCS-A /org# scope disk-group-config-policy disk-group-name

          3.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # create virtual-drive-def

          4.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set access-policy policy-type

          5.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set drive-cache state

          6.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set io-policy policy-type

          7.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set read-policy policy-type

          8.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set strip-size strip-size

          9.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set write-cache-policy policy-type

          10.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # commit-buffer

          11.    UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # show


        手順の詳細
           コマンドまたはアクション目的
          ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

          Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

           
          ステップ 2UCS-A /org# scope disk-group-config-policy disk-group-name  

          Enters disk group configuration policy mode for the specified disk group name.

           
          ステップ 3UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy* # create virtual-drive-def  

          Creates a virtual drive definition and enters the virtual drive definition mode.

           
          ステップ 4UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set access-policy policy-type  
          Specifies the access policy. This can be one of the following:
          • blocked

          • platform-default

          • read-only:

          • read-write

           
          ステップ 5UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set drive-cache state  
          Specifies the state of the drive cache. This can be one of the following:
          • enable

          • disable

          • no-change

          • platform-default

          重要:

          In Cisco UCS Release 2.5, the drive cache state cannot be changed. It will remain as platform-default, irrespective of the drive cache state that you select.

           
          ステップ 6UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set io-policy policy-type  
          Specifies the I/O policy. This can be one of the following:
          • cached

          • direct

          • platform-default

           
          ステップ 7UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set read-policy policy-type  
          Specifies the read policy. This can be one of the following:
          • normal

          • platform-default

          • read-ahead

           
          ステップ 8UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set strip-size strip-size  

          Specifies the strip size. This can be one of the following:

          • 64 KB

          • 128 KB

          • 256 KB

          • 512 KB

          • 1024 KB

          • platform-default

           
          ステップ 9UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set write-cache-policy policy-type  
          Specifies the write-cache-policy. This can be one of the following:
          • always-write-back

          • platform-default

          • write-back-good-bbu

          • write-through

           
          ステップ 10UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # commit-buffer  

          Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

           
          ステップ 11UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # show  

          Displays the configured virtual drive properties.

           

          This example shows how to configure virtual disk properties:

          UCS-A# scope org
          UCS-A /org # scope disk-group-config-policy raid0policy
          UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy # create virtual-drive-def
          UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set access-policy read-write
          UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set drive-cache enable
          UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set io-policy cached
          UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set read-policy normal
          UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set strip-size 1024
          UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # set write-cache-policy write-through
          UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def* # commit-buffer
          UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def # show
          
          Virtual Drive Def:
              Strip Size (KB): 1024KB
              Access Policy: Read Write
              Read Policy: Normal
              Configured Write Cache Policy: Write Through
              IO Policy: Cached
              Drive Cache: Enable
          UCS-A /org/disk-group-config-policy/virtual-drive-def #
          次の作業

          Create a Storage Profile

          Creating a Storage Profile

          You can create a storage profile at the org level and at the service-profile level.

          手順の概要

            1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

            2.    UCS-A /org # create storage-profile storage-profile-name

            3.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # commit-buffer

            4.    (任意) UCS-A /org* # enter service-profile service-profile-name

            5.    (任意) UCS-A /org/service-profile* # create storage-profile-def

            6.    UCS-A /org/service-profile/storage-profile-def* # commit-buffer


          手順の詳細
             コマンドまたはアクション目的
            ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

            Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

             
            ステップ 2UCS-A /org # create storage-profile storage-profile-name  

            Creates a storage profile with the specified name at the org level and enters storage-profile configuration mode.

             
            ステップ 3UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # commit-buffer  

            Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

             
            ステップ 4UCS-A /org* # enter service-profile service-profile-name   (任意)

            Enters the specified service profile.

             
            ステップ 5UCS-A /org/service-profile* # create storage-profile-def   (任意)

            Creates a storage profile at the service-profile level.

             
            ステップ 6UCS-A /org/service-profile/storage-profile-def* # commit-buffer  

            Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

             

            This example shows how to create a storage profile at the org level.

            UCS-A# scope org
            UCS-A /org # create storage-profile stp2
            UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # commit-buffer
            
            
            

            This example shows how to create a storage profile at the service-profile level.

            UCS-A# scope org
            UCS-A /org* # enter service-profile sp1
            UCS-A /org/service-profile* # create storage-profile-def
            UCS-A /org/service-profile/storage-profile-def* # commit-buffer
            次の作業

            Create Local LUNs

            Deleting a Storage Profile

            You can delete a storage profile that was created at the org level or at the service-profile level.

            手順の概要

              1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

              2.    UCS-A /org # delete storage-profile storage-profile-name

              3.    (任意) UCS-A /org # scope service-profile service-profile-name

              4.    (任意) UCS-A /org/service-profile # delete storage-profile-def


            手順の詳細
               コマンドまたはアクション目的
              ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

              Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

               
              ステップ 2UCS-A /org # delete storage-profile storage-profile-name  

              Deletes the storage profile with the specified name at the org level.

               
              ステップ 3UCS-A /org # scope service-profile service-profile-name   (任意)

              Enters the specified service profile.

               
              ステップ 4UCS-A /org/service-profile # delete storage-profile-def   (任意)

              Deletes the dedicated storage profile at the service-profile level.

               

              This example shows how to delete a storage profile at the org level.

              UCS-A # scope org
              UCS-A /org #  delete storage-profile stor1
              
              
              

              This example shows how to delete a storage profile at the service-profile level.

              UCS-A # scope org
              UCS-A /org # scope service-profile sp1
              UCS-A /org/service-profile # delete storage-profile-def
              
              

              Creating Local LUNs

              You can create local LUNs within a storage profile at the org level and within a dedicated storage profile at the service-profile level.

              手順の概要

                1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

                2.    UCS-A /org # enter storage-profile storage-profile-name

                3.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # create local-lun lun-name

                4.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set auto-deploy {auto-deploy | no-auto-deploy}

                5.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set disk-policy-name disk-policy-name

                6.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set order order-num

                7.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set size size

                8.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # commit-buffer


              手順の詳細
                 コマンドまたはアクション目的
                ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

                Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

                 
                ステップ 2UCS-A /org # enter storage-profile storage-profile-name  

                Enters storage-profile mode for the specified storage profile.

                 
                ステップ 3UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # create local-lun lun-name  

                Creates a local LUN with the specified name.

                 
                ステップ 4UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set auto-deploy {auto-deploy | no-auto-deploy}  

                Specifies whether the LUN should be auto-deployed or not.

                 
                ステップ 5UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set disk-policy-name disk-policy-name  

                Specifies the name of the disk policy name for this LUN.

                 
                ステップ 6UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set order order-num  

                Specifies the order of this LUN. The order can range from 1 to 64. You can also specify that the order should be lowest-available for the system to automatically assign the lowest available order to the LUN.

                Multiple LUNs referenced by a storage profile must have unique names and unique orders.

                 
                ステップ 7UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set size size  

                Specifies the size of this LUN in GB. The size can range from 1 GB to 10240 GB.

                (注)     

                You do not need to specify a LUN size while claiming an orphaned LUN.

                 
                ステップ 8UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # commit-buffer  

                Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                 

                This example shows how to configure a local LUN within a storage profile at the org level.

                UCS-A# scope org
                UCS-A /org # enter storage-profile stp2
                UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # create local-lun lun2
                UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set disk-policy-name dpn2
                UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set order 2
                UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set size 1000
                UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # commit-buffer
                
                
                

                This example shows how to configure a local LUN within a dedicated storage profile at the service-profile level.

                UCS-A# scope org
                UCS-A /org* # enter service-profile stp1
                UCS-A /org/service-profile* # enter storage-profile-def
                UCS-A /org/service-profile/storage-profile-def # create local-lun lun1
                UCS-A /org/service-profile/storage-profile-def/local-lun* # set disk-policy-name dpn1
                UCS-A /org/service-profile/storage-profile-def/local-lun* # set order 1
                UCS-A /org/service-profile/storage-profile-def/local-lun* # set size 1000
                UCS-A /org/service-profile/storage-profile-def/local-lun* # commit-buffer
                次の作業

                Associate a Storage Profile with a Service Profile

                Reordering Local LUNs In a Storage Profile

                You can use the set order command to change the local LUN visibility order to the server. This operation will reboot the server.

                手順の概要

                  1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

                  2.    UCS-A /org # enter storage-profile storage-profile-name

                  3.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile # enter local-lun lun-name

                  4.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set disk-policy-name disk-policy-name

                  5.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun # set order order-num

                  6.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set size size

                  7.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun # commit-buffer


                手順の詳細
                   コマンドまたはアクション目的
                  ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

                  Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

                   
                  ステップ 2UCS-A /org # enter storage-profile storage-profile-name  

                  Enters storage-profile mode for the specified storage profile.

                   
                  ステップ 3UCS-A /org/storage-profile # enter local-lun lun-name  

                  Enters local-lun mode for the specified local LUN.

                   
                  ステップ 4UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set disk-policy-name disk-policy-name  

                  Specifies the name of the disk policy name for this LUN.

                   
                  ステップ 5UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun # set order order-num  

                  Specifies the order of this LUN. The order can range from 1 to 64. You can also specify that the order should be lowest-available for the system to automatically assign the lowest available order to the LUN.

                   
                  ステップ 6UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set size size  

                  Specifies the size of this LUN in GB. The size can range from 1 GB to 10240 GB.

                   
                  ステップ 7UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun # commit-buffer  

                  Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                   

                  This example shows how to reorder a local LUN within a storage profile at the org level.

                  UCS-A# scope org
                  UCS-A /org # enter storage-profile stp1
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # enter local-lun lun1
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set disk-policy-name dpn1
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set order 1
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set size 10
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # exit
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # enter local-lun lun2
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set disk-policy-name dpn2
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set order 2
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set size 10
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # exit
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # commit-buffer
                  
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile # show configuration
                  
                   enter storage-profile stp1
                       enter local-lun lun1
                           set auto-deploy auto-deploy
                           set disk-policy-name dpn1
                           set order 1
                           set size 10
                       exit
                       enter local-lun lun2
                           set auto-deploy auto-deploy
                           set disk-policy-name dpn2
                           set order 2
                           set size 10
                       exit
                       set descr ""
                   exit
                  
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile # enter local-lun lun1
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun # set order 2
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # exit
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # enter local-lun lun2
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # set order 1
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile/local-lun* # exit
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # commit-buffer
                  UCS-A /org/storage-profile # show configuration
                  
                   enter storage-profile stp1
                       enter local-lun lun1
                           set auto-deploy auto-deploy
                           set disk-policy-name dpn1
                           set order 2
                           set size 10
                       exit
                       enter local-lun lun2
                           set auto-deploy auto-deploy
                           set disk-policy-name dpn2
                           set order 1
                           set size 10
                       exit
                       set descr ""
                   exit
                  
                  
                  

                  Deleting Local LUNs In a Storage Profile

                  When a LUN is deleted, the corresponding virtual drive is marked as orphan after the virtual drive reference is removed from the server.

                  手順の概要

                    1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

                    2.    UCS-A /org # enter storage-profile storage-profile-name

                    3.    (任意) UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # show local-lun

                    4.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # delete local-lun lun-name

                    5.    UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # commit-buffer


                  手順の詳細
                     コマンドまたはアクション目的
                    ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

                    Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

                     
                    ステップ 2UCS-A /org # enter storage-profile storage-profile-name  

                    Enters storage-profile mode for the specified storage profile.

                     
                    ステップ 3UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # show local-lun   (任意)

                    Displays the local LUNs in the specified storage profile.

                     
                    ステップ 4UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # delete local-lun lun-name  

                    Deletes the specified LUN.

                     
                    ステップ 5UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # commit-buffer  

                    Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                     

                    This example shows how to delete a LUN in a storage profile.

                    UCS-A # scope org
                    UCS-A /org # enter storage-profile stp2
                    UCS-A /org/storage-profile # show local-lun
                    
                    
                    Local SCSI LUN:
                    
                        LUN Name   Size (GB)   Order            Disk Policy Name Auto Deploy
                    
                        ---------- ----------- ---------------- ---------------- -----------
                    
                        luna       1           2                raid0            Auto Deploy
                    
                        lunb       1           1                raid0            Auto Deploy
                    
                    UCS-A /org/storage-profile # delete local-lun luna
                    UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # commit-buffer
                    UCS-A /org/storage-profile* # show local-lun
                    
                    
                    Local SCSI LUN:
                    
                        LUN Name   Size (GB)   Order            Disk Policy Name Auto Deploy
                    
                        ---------- ----------- ---------------- ---------------- -----------
                    
                        lunb       1           1                raid0            Auto Deploy
                    
                    
                    
                    

                    Associating a Storage Profile with a Service Profile

                    A storage profile created under org can be referred by multiple service profiles, and a name reference in service profile is needed to associate the storage profile with a service profile.

                    重要:

                    Storage profiles can be defined under org and under service profile (dedicated). Hence, a service profile inherits local LUNs from both possible storage profiles. A service profile can have a maximum of two such local LUNs.

                    手順の概要

                      1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

                      2.    UCS-A /org # scope service-profile service-profile-name

                      3.    UCS-A /org/service-profile # set storage-profile-name storage-profile-name

                      4.    UCS-A /org/service-profile* # commit-buffer


                    手順の詳細
                       コマンドまたはアクション目的
                      ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

                      Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

                       
                      ステップ 2UCS-A /org # scope service-profile service-profile-name  

                      Enters the specified service profile mode.

                       
                      ステップ 3UCS-A /org/service-profile # set storage-profile-name storage-profile-name  

                      Associates the specified storage profile with the service profile.

                      (注)     

                      To dissociate the service profile from a storage profile, use the set storage-profile-name command and specify "" as the storage profile name.

                       
                      ステップ 4UCS-A /org/service-profile* # commit-buffer  

                      Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                       

                      This example shows how to associate a storage profile with a service profile.

                      UCS-A# scope org
                      UCS-A /org # scope service-profile sp1
                      UCS-A /org/service-profile # set storage-profile-name stp2
                      
                      
                      

                      This example shows how to dissociate a service profile from a storage profile.

                      UCS-A# scope org
                      UCS-A /org # scope service-profile sp1
                      UCS-A /org/service-profile # set storage-profile-name ""

                      Displaying Details of All Local LUNs Inherited By a Service Profile

                      Storage profiles can be defined under org and as a dedicated storage profile under service profile. Thus, a service profile inherits local LUNs from both possible storage profiles. It can have a maximum of 2 such local LUNs. You can display the details of all local LUNs inherited by a service profile by using the following command:

                      手順の概要

                        1.    UCS-A /org/service-profile # show local-lun-ref


                      手順の詳細
                         コマンドまたはアクション目的
                        ステップ 1UCS-A /org/service-profile # show local-lun-ref  
                        Displays the following detailed information about all the local LUNs inherited by the specified service profile:
                        • Name—LUN name in the storage profile.

                        • Admin State—Specifies whether a local LUN should be deployed or not. Admin state can be Online or Undeployed.

                          When the local LUN is being referenced by a service profile, if the auto-deploy status is no-auto-deploy then the admin state will be Undeployed, else it will be Online. After the local LUN is referenced by a service profile, any change made to this local LUN's auto-deploy status is not reflected in the admin state of the LUN inherited by the service profile.

                        • RAID Level—Summary of the RAID level of the disk group used.

                        • Provisioned Size (GB)—Size, in GB, of the LUN specified in the storage profile.

                        • Assigned Size (MB)—Size, in MB, assigned by UCSM.

                        • Config State—State of LUN configuration. The states can be one of the following:
                          • Applying—Admin state is online, the LUN is associated with a server, and the virtual drive is being created.

                          • Applied—Admin state is online, the LUN is associated with a server, and the virtual drive is created.

                          • Apply Failed—Admin stage is online, the LUN is associated with a server, but the virtual drive creation failed.

                          • Not Applied—The LUN is not associated with a server, or the LUN is associated with a service profile, but admin state is undeployed.

                          • Not In Use—Service profile is using the virtual drive, but the virtual drive is not associated with a server.

                        • Reference LUN—The preprovisioned virtual drive name, or UCSM-generated virtual drive name.

                        • Deploy Name—The virtual drive name after deployment.

                        • ID—Virtual drive ID.

                        • Drive State—State of the virtual drive. The states are:
                          • Unknown

                          • Optimal

                          • Degraded

                          • Inoperable

                          • Partially Degraded

                         

                        UCS-A /org/service-profile # show local-lun-ref
                        
                        
                        Local LUN Ref:
                        
                            Profile LUN Name Admin State RAID Level             Provisioned Size (GB)  Assigned Size (MB)   Config State Referenced Lun Deploy Name ID          Drive State
                        
                            ---------------- ----------- ---------------------- ---------------------- -------------------- ------------ -------------- ----------- ----------- -----------
                        
                            luna             Online      RAID 0 Striped         1                                      1024 Applied      luna-1         luna-1      1003        Optimal
                        
                            lunb             Online      RAID 0 Striped         1                                      1024 Applied      lunb-1         lunb-1      1004        Optimal
                        
                        UCS-A /org/service-profile # 
                        
                        
                        
                        
                        Local LUN Ref:
                            Name             Admin State RAID Level             Provisioned Size (GB)  Assigned Size (MB)   Config State Referenced Lun Deploy Name ID          Drive State
                            ---------------- ----------- ---------------------- ---------------------- -------------------- ------------ -------------- ----------- ----------- -----------
                            lun111           Online      RAID 0 Striped         30                     30720                Applied      lun111-1       lun111-1    1001        Optimal
                            lun201           Online      Unspecified            1                      0                    Not Applied
                        
                        
                        

                        Displaying Detailed Information About LUNs Used By a Modular Server

                        手順の概要

                          1.    UCS-A# scope server chassis-num / cartridge-id / server-num

                          2.    UCS-A /chassis/cartridge/server # scope adapter adapter-id

                          3.    UCS-A /chassis/cartridge/server/adapter # scope host-scsi host-scsi-id

                          4.    UCS-A /chassis/cartridge/server/adapter/host-scsi # show detail expand


                        手順の詳細
                           コマンドまたはアクション目的
                          ステップ 1UCS-A# scope server chassis-num / cartridge-id / server-num  

                          Enters cartridge server mode for the specified modular server in the specified chassis and cartridge.

                           
                          ステップ 2UCS-A /chassis/cartridge/server # scope adapter adapter-id  

                          Enters adapter mode for the specified adapter.

                           
                          ステップ 3UCS-A /chassis/cartridge/server/adapter # scope host-scsi host-scsi-id  

                          Enters host-scsi mode for the specified host-scsi.

                           
                          ステップ 4UCS-A /chassis/cartridge/server/adapter/host-scsi # show detail expand  

                          Displays detailed information about the LUNs that are being used by the specified modular server.

                           

                          This example shows how to display detailed information about the LUNs that are being used by modular server 1/1/1.

                          UCS-A # scope server 1/1/1
                          UCS-A /chassis/cartridge/server # scope adapter 1
                          UCS-A /chassis/cartridge/server/adapter # scope host-scsi 1
                          UCS-A /chassis/cartridge/server/adapter/host-scsi # show detail expand
                          
                          Host Scsi Interface:
                              ID: 1
                          
                              Local Lun Interface:
                                  Lun Name: lun-uefi
                                  Lun Id: 1008
                                  Lun Order: 1
                                  Oper Lun Id: 7
                                  Boot Dev: Disabled
                                  Lun Dn: sys/chassis-1/storage-SAS-1/vd-1008
                          
                          
                          

                          Importing Foreign Configurations for a RAID Controller

                          手順の概要

                            1.    UCS-A# scope chassis chassis-num

                            2.    UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller raid-contr-id {sas | sata}

                            3.    UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # set admin-state import-foreign-configuration


                          手順の詳細
                             コマンドまたはアクション目的
                            ステップ 1 UCS-A# scope chassis chassis-num  

                            Enters chassis mode for the specified chassis.

                             
                            ステップ 2UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller raid-contr-id {sas | sata}  

                            Enters RAID controller chassis mode.

                             
                            ステップ 3UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # set admin-state import-foreign-configuration  

                            Allows import of configurations from local disks that are in the Foreign Configuration state.

                             

                            This example shows how to import foreign configurations from local disks that are in the Foreign Configuration state:

                            UCS-A# scope chassis 1
                            UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller 1 sas
                            UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # set admin-state import-foreign-configuration
                            UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller* #
                            
                            
                            

                            Configuring Local Disk Operations

                            手順の概要

                              1.    UCS-A# scope chassis chassis-num

                              2.    UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller raid-contr-id {sas | sata}

                              3.    UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # scope local-disk local-disk-id

                              4.    UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/local-disk # set admin-state {clear-foreign-configuration | dedicated-hot-spare [admin-vd-id] | prepare-for-removal | remove-hot-spare | unconfigured-good | undo-prepare-for-removal}


                            手順の詳細
                               コマンドまたはアクション目的
                              ステップ 1 UCS-A# scope chassis chassis-num  

                              Enters chassis mode for the specified chassis.

                               
                              ステップ 2UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller raid-contr-id {sas | sata}  

                              Enters RAID controller chassis mode.

                               
                              ステップ 3UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # scope local-disk local-disk-id  

                              Enters local disk configuration mode.

                               
                              ステップ 4UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/local-disk # set admin-state {clear-foreign-configuration | dedicated-hot-spare [admin-vd-id] | prepare-for-removal | remove-hot-spare | unconfigured-good | undo-prepare-for-removal}  
                              Configures the local disk to one of the following states:
                              • clear-foreign-configuration—Clears any foreign configuration that exists in a local disk when it is introduced into a new configuration.

                              • dedicated-hot-spare—Specifies the local disk as a dedicated hot spare. The admin virtual drive ID that you can assign ranges from 0 to 4294967295.

                              • prepare-for-removal—Specifies that the local disk is marked for removal from the chassis.

                              • remove-hot-spare—Specifies that the local disk is no longer a hot spare. Use this only to clear any mismatch faults.

                              • unconfigured-good—Specifies that the local disk can be configured.

                              • undo-prepare-for-removal—Specifies that the local disk is no longer marked for removal from the chassis.

                               

                              This example shows how to clear any foreign configuration from a local disk:

                              UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/local-disk # set admin-state clear-foreign-configuration
                              
                              

                              This example shows how to specify a local disk as a dedicated hot spare:

                              UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/local-disk* # set admin-state dedicated-hot-spare 1001
                              
                              

                              This example shows how to specify that a local disk is marked for removal from the chassis:

                              UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/local-disk* # set admin-state prepare-for-removal
                              
                              

                              This example shows how to specify that a local disk is marked for removal as a hot spare:

                              UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/local-disk* # set admin-state remove-hot-spare
                              
                              

                              This example shows how to specify that a local disk is working, but is unconfigured for use:

                              UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/local-disk* # set admin-state unconfigured-good
                              
                              

                              This example shows how to specify that a local disk is no longer marked for removal from the chassis:

                              UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/local-disk* # set admin-state undo-prepare-for-removal
                              
                              

                              Configuring Virtual Drive Operations

                              The following operations can be performed only on orphaned virtual drives:

                              • Delete an orphaned virtual drive

                              • Rename an orphaned virtual drive

                              Deleting an Orphaned Virtual Drive

                              手順の概要

                                1.    UCS-A# scope chassis chassis-num

                                2.    UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller raid-contr-id {sas | sata}

                                3.    (任意) UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # delete virtual-drive id virtual-drive-id

                                4.    (任意) UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # delete virtual-drive name virtual-drive-name

                                5.    (任意) UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # scope virtual-drive virtual-drive-id

                                6.    UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive # set admin-state delete

                                7.    UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive # commit-buffer


                              手順の詳細
                                 コマンドまたはアクション目的
                                ステップ 1 UCS-A# scope chassis chassis-num  

                                Enters chassis mode for the specified chassis.

                                 
                                ステップ 2 UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller raid-contr-id {sas | sata}  

                                Enters RAID controller chassis mode.

                                 
                                ステップ 3UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # delete virtual-drive id virtual-drive-id   (任意)

                                Deletes the orphaned virtual drive with the specified virtual drive ID.

                                 
                                ステップ 4UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # delete virtual-drive name virtual-drive-name   (任意)

                                Deletes the orphaned virtual drive with the specified virtual drive name.

                                 
                                ステップ 5UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # scope virtual-drive virtual-drive-id   (任意)

                                Enters virtual drive mode for the specified orphaned virtual drive.

                                 
                                ステップ 6UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive # set admin-state delete  

                                Deletes the orphaned virtual drive.

                                 
                                ステップ 7UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive # commit-buffer  

                                Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                                 

                                This example shows how to delete an orphan virtual drive by specifying the virtual drive ID.

                                UCS-A# scope chassis 1
                                UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller 1 sas
                                UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # show virtual-drive
                                
                                Virtual Drive:
                                    ID: 1001
                                    Name: lun111-1
                                    Block Size: 512
                                    Blocks: 62914560
                                    Size (MB): 30720
                                    Operability: Operable
                                    Presence: Equipped
                                    Oper Device ID: 0
                                    Change Qualifier: No Change
                                    Config State: Applied
                                    Deploy Action: No Action
                                
                                    ID: 1002
                                    Name: luna-1
                                    Block Size: 512
                                    Blocks: 2097152
                                    Size (MB): 1024
                                    Operability: Operable
                                    Presence: Equipped
                                    Oper Device ID: 1
                                    Change Qualifier: No Change
                                    Config State: Orphaned
                                    Deploy Action: No Action
                                
                                    ID: 1003
                                    Name: lunb-1
                                    Block Size: 512
                                    Blocks: 2097152
                                    Size (MB): 1024
                                    Operability: Operable
                                    Presence: Equipped
                                    Oper Device ID: 2
                                    Change Qualifier: No Change
                                    Config State: Orphaned
                                    Deploy Action: No Action
                                
                                    ID: 1004
                                    Name: lunb-2
                                    Block Size: 512
                                    Blocks: 2097152
                                    Size (MB): 1024
                                    Operability: Operable
                                    Presence: Equipped
                                    Oper Device ID: 3
                                    Change Qualifier: No Change
                                    Config State: Orphaned
                                    Deploy Action: No Action
                                
                                    ID: 1005
                                    Name: luna-2
                                    Block Size: 512
                                    Blocks: 2097152
                                    Size (MB): 1024
                                    Operability: Operable
                                    Presence: Equipped
                                    Oper Device ID: 4
                                    Change Qualifier: No Change
                                    Config State: Orphaned
                                    Deploy Action: No Action
                                
                                ...
                                
                                UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # delete virtual-drive id 1002
                                Warning: When committed, the virtual drive will be deleted, which may result in data loss.
                                
                                UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # commit-buffer
                                

                                This example shows how to delete an orphan virtual drive by specifying the virtual drive name.

                                UCS-A# scope chassis 1
                                UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller 1 sas
                                UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # show virtual-drive
                                
                                Virtual Drive:
                                    ID: 1001
                                    Name: lun111-1
                                    Block Size: 512
                                    Blocks: 62914560
                                    Size (MB): 30720
                                    Operability: Operable
                                    Presence: Equipped
                                    Oper Device ID: 0
                                    Change Qualifier: No Change
                                    Config State: Applied
                                    Deploy Action: No Action
                                
                                    ID: 1003
                                    Name: lunb-1
                                    Block Size: 512
                                    Blocks: 2097152
                                    Size (MB): 1024
                                    Operability: Operable
                                    Presence: Equipped
                                    Oper Device ID: 2
                                    Change Qualifier: No Change
                                    Config State: Orphaned
                                    Deploy Action: No Action
                                
                                    ID: 1004
                                    Name: lunb-2
                                    Block Size: 512
                                    Blocks: 2097152
                                    Size (MB): 1024
                                    Operability: Operable
                                    Presence: Equipped
                                    Oper Device ID: 3
                                    Change Qualifier: No Change
                                    Config State: Orphaned
                                    Deploy Action: No Action
                                
                                    ID: 1005
                                    Name: luna-2
                                    Block Size: 512
                                    Blocks: 2097152
                                    Size (MB): 1024
                                    Operability: Operable
                                    Presence: Equipped
                                    Oper Device ID: 4
                                    Change Qualifier: No Change
                                    Config State: Orphaned
                                    Deploy Action: No Action
                                
                                ...
                                
                                UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # delete virtual-drive name lunb-1
                                Warning: When committed, the virtual drive will be deleted, which may result in data loss.
                                
                                UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # commit-buffer

                                This example shows how to delete an orphan virtual drive by setting the admin-state.

                                UCS-A# scope chassis 1
                                UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller 1 sas
                                UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # scope virtual-drive 1004
                                UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive # set admin-state delete
                                
                                Warning: When committed, the virtual drive will be deleted, which may result in data loss.
                                
                                UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive # commit-buffer
                                

                                Renaming an Orphaned Virtual Drive

                                手順の概要

                                  1.    UCS-A# scope chassis chassis-num

                                  2.    UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller raid-contr-id {sas | sata}

                                  3.    UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # scope virtual-drive virtual-drive-id

                                  4.    UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive # set name virtual-drive-name

                                  5.    UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive # commit-buffer


                                手順の詳細
                                   コマンドまたはアクション目的
                                  ステップ 1 UCS-A# scope chassis chassis-num  

                                  Enters chassis mode for the specified chassis.

                                   
                                  ステップ 2 UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller raid-contr-id {sas | sata}  

                                  Enters RAID controller chassis mode.

                                   
                                  ステップ 3 UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # scope virtual-drive virtual-drive-id  

                                  Enters virtual drive mode for the specified virtual drive.

                                   
                                  ステップ 4UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive # set name virtual-drive-name  

                                  Specifies a name for the orphan virtual drive.

                                   
                                  ステップ 5UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive # commit-buffer  

                                  Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                                   

                                  This example shows how to specify a name for an orphan virtual drive.

                                  UCS-A /chassis # scope raid-controller 1 sas
                                  UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller # scope virtual-drive 1060
                                  UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive* # set name vd1
                                  UCS-A /chassis/raid-controller/virtual-drive* # commit-buffer
                                  
                                  

                                  Configuring the Boot Policy for a Local LUN


                                  (注)  


                                  In Cisco UCS Manager Release 2.5, you cannot configure JBOD as a boot device.


                                  手順の概要

                                    1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

                                    2.    UCS-A /org # scope boot-policy policy-name

                                    3.    UCS-A /org/boot-policy # create storage

                                    4.    UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage # create local

                                    5.    UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/ # create local-lun

                                    6.    UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/local-lun # create local-lun-image-path {primary | secondary}

                                    7.    UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/local-lun/local-lun-image-path # set lunname lun_name

                                    8.    UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/local-storage-device # commit-buffer


                                  手順の詳細
                                     コマンドまたはアクション目的
                                    ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

                                    Enters organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, type / as the org-name .

                                     
                                    ステップ 2UCS-A /org # scope boot-policy policy-name  

                                    Enters organization boot policy mode for the specified boot policy.

                                     
                                    ステップ 3UCS-A /org/boot-policy # create storage  

                                    Creates a storage boot for the boot policy and enters organization boot policy storage mode.

                                     
                                    ステップ 4UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage # create local  

                                    Creates a local storage location and enters the boot policy local storage mode.

                                     
                                    ステップ 5UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/ # create local-lun  

                                    Specifies a local hard disk drive as the local storage.

                                     
                                    ステップ 6UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/local-lun # create local-lun-image-path {primary | secondary}  

                                    Specifies the boot order for the LUN that you specify.

                                     
                                    ステップ 7UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/local-lun/local-lun-image-path # set lunname lun_name  

                                    Specifies the name of the LUN that you want to boot from.

                                     
                                    ステップ 8UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/local-storage-device # commit-buffer  

                                    Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                                     

                                    The following example shows how to create a boot policy named lab1-boot-policy, create a local hard disk drive boot for the policy, specify a boot order and a LUN to boot from, and commit the transaction:

                                    UCS-A# scope org /
                                    UCS-A /org* # scope boot-policy lab1-boot-policy
                                    UCS-A /org/boot-policy* # create storage
                                    UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage* # create local
                                    UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local* # create local-lun
                                    UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/local-lun # create local-lun-image-path primary
                                    UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/local-lun/local-lun-image-path # set lunname luna
                                    UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/local-lun/local-lun-image-path # commit-buffer 
                                    UCS-A /org/boot-policy/storage/local/local-lun/local-lun-image-path # 
                                    
                                    
                                    次の作業

                                    ブート ポリシーをサービス プロファイルとテンプレートのうち一方、または両方に含めます。

                                    Local LUN Operations in a Service Profile

                                    Although a service profile is derived from a service profile template, the following operations can be performed for each local LUN at the individual service profile level:

                                    (注)  


                                    Preprovisioning a LUN name, claiming an orphan LUN, and deploying or undeploying a LUN result in server reboot.


                                    Preprovisioning a LUN Name or Claiming an Orphan LUN

                                    You can preprovision a LUN name or claim an orphan LUN by using the set ref-name command. Preprovisioning a LUN name or claiming an orphan LUN can be done only when the admin state of the LUN is Undeployed.

                                    重要:

                                    This operation will reboot the server.

                                    手順の概要

                                      1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

                                      2.    UCS-A /org# scope service-profile service-profile-name

                                      3.    UCS-A /org/service-profile# enter local-lun-ref lun-name

                                      4.    UCS-A /org/service-profile/local-lun-ref# set ref-name ref-lun-name


                                    手順の詳細
                                       コマンドまたはアクション目的
                                      ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

                                      Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

                                       
                                      ステップ 2UCS-A /org# scope service-profile service-profile-name  

                                      Enters the specified service profile mode.

                                       
                                      ステップ 3UCS-A /org/service-profile# enter local-lun-ref lun-name  

                                      Enters the specified LUN.

                                       
                                      ステップ 4UCS-A /org/service-profile/local-lun-ref# set ref-name ref-lun-name  

                                      Sets the referenced LUN name.

                                      If this LUN name exists and the LUN is orphaned, its is claimed by the service profile. If this LUN does not exist, a new LUN is created with the specified name.

                                       

                                      • If the LUN exists and is not orphaned, a configuration failure occurs.

                                      • If a LUN is already referred to and the ref-name is changed, it will release the old LUN and will claim or create a LUN with the ref-name. The old LUN is marked as an orphan after the LUN reference is removed from the server.

                                      This examples shows how to preprovision a LUN name.

                                      UCS-A# scope org
                                      UCS-A /org # scope service-profile sp1
                                      UCS-A /org/service-profile* # enter local-lun-ref lun1
                                      UCS-A /org/service-profile/local-lun-ref* # set ref-name lun2

                                      Deploying and Undeploying a LUN

                                      You can deploy or undeploy a LUN by using the admin-state command. If the admin state of a local LUN is Undeployed, the reference of that LUN is removed and the LUN is not deployed.

                                      重要:

                                      This operation will reboot the server.

                                      手順の概要

                                        1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

                                        2.    UCS-A /org# scope service-profile service-profile-name

                                        3.    UCS-A /org/service-profile# enter local-lun-ref lun-name

                                        4.    UCS-A /org/service-profile/local-lun-ref# set admin-state {online | undeployed}


                                      手順の詳細
                                         コマンドまたはアクション目的
                                        ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

                                        Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

                                         
                                        ステップ 2UCS-A /org# scope service-profile service-profile-name  

                                        Enters the specified service profile mode.

                                         
                                        ステップ 3UCS-A /org/service-profile# enter local-lun-ref lun-name  

                                        Enters the specified LUN.

                                         
                                        ステップ 4UCS-A /org/service-profile/local-lun-ref# set admin-state {online | undeployed}  

                                        Sets the admin state of the specified LUN to online or undeployed.

                                        If a LUN is already referred to and the admin state is set to undeployed, it will release the old LUN. The old LUN is marked as orphan after the LUN reference is removed from the server.

                                         

                                        This examples shows how to deploy a LUN.

                                        UCS-A# scope org
                                        UCS-A /org # scope service-profile sp1
                                        UCS-A /org/service-profile* # enter local-lun-ref lun1
                                        UCS-A /org/service-profile/local-lun-ref* # set admin-state online
                                        
                                        

                                        This examples shows how to undeploy a LUN.

                                        UCS-A# scope org
                                        UCS-A /org # scope service-profile sp1
                                        UCS-A /org/service-profile* # enter local-lun-ref lun1
                                        UCS-A /org/service-profile/local-lun-ref* # set admin-state undeployed
                                        
                                        

                                        Renaming a Service Profile Referenced LUN

                                        手順の概要

                                          1.    UCS-A# scope org org-name

                                          2.    UCS-A /org# scope service-profile service-profile-name

                                          3.    UCS-A /org/service-profile# enter local-lun-ref lun-name

                                          4.    UCS-A /org/service-profile/local-lun-ref# set name


                                        手順の詳細
                                           コマンドまたはアクション目的
                                          ステップ 1UCS-A# scope org org-name  

                                          Enters the organization mode for the specified organization. To enter the root organization mode, enter / as the org-name.

                                           
                                          ステップ 2UCS-A /org# scope service-profile service-profile-name  

                                          Enters the specified service profile mode.

                                           
                                          ステップ 3UCS-A /org/service-profile# enter local-lun-ref lun-name  

                                          Enters the specified LUN.

                                           
                                          ステップ 4UCS-A /org/service-profile/local-lun-ref# set name  

                                          Renames the referenced LUN.

                                           

                                          This examples shows how to rename a LUN referenced by a service profile.

                                          UCS-A# scope org
                                          UCS-A /org # scope service-profile sp1
                                          UCS-A /org/service-profile* # enter local-lun-ref lun1
                                          UCS-A /org/service-profile/local-lun-ref* # set name lun11