Actions bar, type
Create Storage Profile and press Enter.
Profile dialog box, click
Basic, then select the
Organization in which you want to create the storage
Name and optional
The name is case
server type where you plan to apply the storage profile.
Add to add a new local LUN.
Basic to add a new LUN, or
Mode to reclaim a previously orphaned LUN.
local LUN in Claim Mode will claim an orphaned LUN when the storage profile is
applied to an associated service profile.
Basic tab, do the following:
size in GB.
must be between 1 GB and 10240 GB.
whether to enable automatic deployment for the local LUN.
whether this LUN can be expanded to use the entire available disk group. For
each service profile, only one LUN can use this option.
||In the Disk Group tab, select the Disk Group Configuration Policy that you want to apply. If you want to encrypt a disk, select the Disk Group with Security enabled.
Controller Defs, click
configuration protection in order to prevent a service profile using this local
disk policy from being associated to a server with a different physical disk
service profile includes a local disk policy with configuration protection
enabled, and there is an attempt to associate that service profile to a server
that includes disks with a different local disk configuration, the association
will immediately fail with a configuration mismatch error.
that you enable configuration protection to preserve any data that may exist on
local disks. If disabled, any existing volume that does not match the local
disk configuration policy will be deleted.
||Set the RAID
for detailed information about the different levels.
||In Security Policy, click the Local tab, and enter 32 character alphanumeric character key in the Key field.
Use the instructions in Step 12 and later only if you want to enable security for the drives. You can choose to enable a Local or Remote security policy. If you do not want to enable security for the drives, select None in the Security Policy tab and proceed.
This key is used to encrypt the data in the disks. You can create a local security policy on a new or existing Storage profile.
||(Optional) To edit or modify the Local Security policy, enter the current security key for the database in Deployed Key.
||In Security Policy, click the Remote tab, and enter the following details:
Before you create a Remote Security policy, you must have created a KMIP Client Certificate policy. You can create a remote policy on a new or existing storage profile.
Enter the Primary Server IP Address/Hostname. These credentials are used for accessing the KMIP server to fetch the key.
(Optional) Enter the Secondary Server IP Address/Hostname.
Enter the port number of the server in Port.
Enter seconds in number in Timeout.
Enter the contents of KMIP certificate in KMIP Server Public Certificate.
Save this certificate from the browser in base-64 format.
Select Enable to enter Username and Password to enable SED management through manual key configuration.
||To modify a Remote Security policy and make it a Local Security policy, select the policy you want to modify and repeat the procedure in Step 14, and follow these steps:
Click Local Policy option and enter a new security key for the controller in the Key field.