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Hands-On Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 Introductory Lab Guide v21

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    Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 Hands-on Introductory Lab Version: 2.1 Date: 1 Juli 2013 By: Robin Dammers Wessel Gans  2 Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 Hands-on Introductory Lab   June, 2013   TABLE OF CONTENTS 1   LAB INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................... 3   1.1   LAB SETUP ........................................................................................................................................................................3   2   VERIFY THE CLUSTER: CLI AND ONCOMMAND SYSTEM MANAGER ................................................ 5   2.1   CLI ACCESS VIA SSH ........................................................................................................................................................5   2.2   CONFIGURE ONCOMMAND SYSTEM MANAGER 2.0 ....................................................................................................8   3   BASIC CLUSTER CONFIGURATION ....................................................................................................... 11   3.1   RENAME AND CHECK SIZE OF ROOT AGGREGATES AND VOLUMES ....................................................................11   3.2   SET THE TIMEZONE AND ENABLE NTP SERVICE ......................................................................................................12   3.3   ADD AGGREGATES ON EACH NODE ...........................................................................................................................12   3.4   VERIFY LICENSES ...........................................................................................................................................................18   3.5   CHECK CLUSTER HEALTH AND CONFIGURATION ....................................................................................................18   4   CREATE A VSERVER FOR NAS .............................................................................................................. 20   4.1   CREATE VSERVER (VS1) FOR NAS (CIFS) ...................................................................................................................20   4.2   VERIFICATION STEPS FROM WINDOWS CLIENT ........................................................................................................26   5   POPULATE AND TEST THE VSERVER FOR CIFS ACCESS ................................................................ 28   5.1   EDIT VOLUME CREDENTIALS AND NAMESPACE .......................................................................................................28   5.2   TEST CIFS CLIENT ACCESS ...........................................................................................................................................31   6   GROW THE VSERVER NAMESPACE AND ADD VOLUMES................................................................. 33   6.1   EXPAND A VOLUME ........................................................................................................................................................33   6.2   ADD ANOTHER VOLUME ................................................................................................................................................35   7   NONDISRUPTIVE OPERATIONS .............................................................................................................. 37   7.1   DATAMOTION FOR VOLUMES (VOLUME MOVE) .........................................................................................................37   7.2   LOGICAL INTERFACE (LIF) MIGRATE ...........................................................................................................................39   8   CONFIGURE THE VSERVER FOR ISCSI ACCESS................................................................................. 42   8.1   ADD ISCSI PROTOCOL TO EXISTING VSERVER..........................................................................................................42   8.2   CREATE ISCSI LIFS FOR THE VSERVER ......................................................................................................................44   8.3   CREATE IGROUP, VOLUME AND LUN ..........................................................................................................................47   8.4   CONFIGURE THE LUN FOR ACCESS ON WINDOWS ...................................................................................................51   8.5   PATH CHANGE WHEN OPTIMIZED PATH IS DOWN ....................................................................................................60   8.6   PATH CHANGE ON VOL MOVE ACTION .......................................................................................................................63   9   WINDOWS LUN CREATE WITH SNAPDRIVE ......................................................................................... 66   10   DATAPROTECTION, STORAGE EFFICIENCY AND QUALITY OF SERVICE ...................................... 74   10.1   SNAPSHOTS ....................................................................................................................................................................74   10.2   DEDUPLICATION AND COMPRESSION .........................................................................................................................79   10.3   QUALITY OF SERVICE ....................................................................................................................................................82    3 Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 Hands-on Introductory Lab   June, 2013   1 LAB INTRODUCTION In this lab you will learn the basics of how to configure a Clustered Data ONTAP (cDOT) system. These tasks will instruct you in the fundamentals of Clustered ONTAP so that you can set up an environment to be used for basic features. You will perform basic cluster administration and configuration using primarily OnCommand System Manager, as well as a limited amount of CLI (command-line interface) use. It is assumed that you already have a basic knowledge of Clustered ONTAP architecture and Vserver functionality – including volumes and LIFs. Here is a summary of the tasks you will perform: a. Verify basic cluster configuration – the nodes, ports and interfaces. b. Add the cluster to System Manager for management. c. Check the health and configuration of the cluster. d. Add aggregates on each node to be used for the Vserver volumes. e. Create a Vserver and configure it for CIFS access. f. Create volumes and configure the namespace for CIFS access. g. Verify CIFS access on a Windows client. h. Work with DataMotion for Volumes (Vol Move). i. Migrate Logical Interfaces through the cluster’s physical interfaces.  j. Modify the Vserver to enable the iSCSI protocol. k. Create a LUN and verify Windows access manually l. Work with optimized/non-optimized SAN paths. m. Create a LUN and verify Windows access with SnapDrive. n. Configure storage efficiency (deduplication, compression). 1.1 LAB SETUP To access the lab you will need to setup a wireless LAN conection to: WLAN ID : cmlab WPA key : cmlabnetapp01 From the WLAN you will enter a private network with access to your lab environment. There are eight available configurations, each containing: a. A Windows host b. Two Cluster Nodes, based on ONTAP 8.2 simulators Each configuration (POD) has it’s own IP range, please stick to that to avoid strange behavior.. If you need extra IP addresses for some tests, please feel free to ask us. POD 1: 192.168.80.10 – 192.168.80.19 POD 2: 192.168.80.20 – 192.168.80.29 POD 3: 192.168.80.30 – 192.168.80.39 POD 4: 192.168.80.40 – 192.168.80.49 POD 5: 192.168.80.50 – 192.168.80.59 POD 6: 192.168.80.60 – 192.168.80.69 POD 7: 192.168.80.70 – 192.168.80.79 POD 8: 192.168.80.80 – 192.168.80.89 Please also refer to the IP allocation table provided to you. In this lab guide IP addressen contain a ‘x’ (e.g. 192.168.80.x0), where ‘x’ is the number of your POD.  4 Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 Hands-on Introductory Lab   June, 2013   There is also a shared Active Directory server with DNS and DHCP enabled. When you have setup the WLAN connection please make an RDP connection to the Windows host in your POD (192.168.80.x0) with the credentials: User name : CMODELAB\Administrator Password : Netapp01 From there you can start the lab. You can access your cluster via the cluster management LIF (192.168.80.x1) with the credentials: User name : admin Password : Netapp01
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