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Installing Celerra Management Applications

P/N 300-004-140 Rev A05

Version 5.6.47
December 2009

Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Before installing or upgrading. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 System requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Restrictions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Terminology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Related information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Concepts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 CLI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Celerra Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Celerra Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Celerra CIFS management MMC snap-ins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Installing Celerra Management applications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Using the CLI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Log in locally . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Log in remotely . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Log in through RS232. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Installing JRE and Java Web Start for Celerra Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Before installing JRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Install JRE on a Windows management computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Install JRE on a Linux management computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Install JRE on a Solaris management computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Configure Java Web Start for a proxy server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Installing digital certificates for Celerra Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Regenerate the CA and Apache certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Regenerate the Apache certificate only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Starting a Celerra Manager session. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Before starting a Celerra Manager session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Start a Celerra Manager session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Enable a license . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Add a server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Before adding a server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Log out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Installing and upgrading Celerra Replicator (V2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Install with configured replications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Install with no configured replications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Upgrade with configured replications or

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Celerra Replicator (V1) enabled . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Upgrade with no configured replications and Celerra Replicator (V1) disabled . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Upgrade with no configured replications and Celerra Replicator (V1) enabled . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Upgrade for iSCSI replications only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Enabling Celerra Replicator (V1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Enabling Celerra Replicator (V2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Enable a licensed feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Disable a licensed feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 View the list of licensed and unlicensed features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Installing Celerra Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Before installing Celerra Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Install Celerra Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Installing Celerra CIFS management MMC snap-ins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Enable CIFS management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Open Celerra Management Console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 General usage notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Where to get help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 EMC E-Lab Interoperability Navigator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Training and Professional Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Celerra troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37

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Introduction
This document describes the installation and setup procedures for EMC Celerra Network Server management applications. This document also describes how to access the command line interface (CLI) and Celerra Manager. This document does not give detailed descriptions of the applications, and it does not make recommendations on which application is best suited for your purposes. The topic, Learning about EMC Celerra, on the EMC Celerra Network Server Documentation CD provides information and recommendations about these products. This document is part of the Celerra Network Server documentation set and is intended for use by Celerra users who need to install or access the CLI, Celerra Manager, Celerra Monitor, or the Celerra CIFS management snap-ins for the Microsoft Management Console (MMC). The online help system for each application contains information about how to use each management application.

Before installing or upgrading


Before you install or upgrade Celerra software, ensure that all browser windows are closed, otherwise errors may occur.

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System requirements
Table 1 on page 4 describes the Celerra Network Server software, hardware, network, and storage configurations.
Table 1 System requirements for management applications Celerra Network Server version 5.6.47 or later. For the management computer requirements, apply to individual management applications. Celerra Manager Any of the following Internet browsers: Internet Explorer 6.0 SP2 and 7.0 Netscape 6.2.3 through 7.x (7.1 recommended) Firefox 1.5 or later Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6.0_11: For Linux and Sun Solaris: JRE 1.6.0 _11 Celerra Monitor Windows or UNIX Celerra Manager Advanced Edition Java Web Start Any supported browser for Celerra Manager Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-ins and tools Microsoft Windows Servers An Active Directory server as the domain controller Internet Explorer 6.0 SP2 and 7.0 The Celerra Applications and Tools CD includes a copy of JRE version 1.6.0_11, which includes Java Web Start. Celerra Monitor The minimum hardware requirements apply according to platform. For Windows NT 4.0 and other Windows Servers: 600 MHz processor 256 MB RAM 16 KB color graphics 20 MB disk space For Linux: 600 MHz Intel processor 256 MB RAM 16 KB graphics 30 MB disk space For Sun Solaris: Ultra 5 workstation 356 MB RAM 16 KB color graphics 30 MB disk space No specific network requirements. No specific storage requirements.

Software

Hardware

Network Storage

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Restrictions
These restrictions and limitations apply:

Celerra Monitor is available only with the Advanced Edition of Celerra Manager. Do not use Netscape 8.0 or later with Celerra Manager. Netscape 7.1 is recommended. JRE version 1.6.0_11 must be used with Linux and Sun Solaris.

Terminology
The EMC Celerra Glossary provides a complete list of Celerra terminology.
Active Directory: Advanced directory service included with Windows operating systems. It stores information about objects on a network and makes this information available to users and network administrators through a protocol such as LDAP. browser: Program used to access information over the Internet or an intranet. Celerra Monitor: Java client/server application that lets an administrator observe the performance of a storage system attached to a Celerra Network Server and the performance of any Data Movers mounted in the Celerra Network Server cabinet. Celerra Network Server: EMC network-attached storage (NAS) product line. Certificate Authority (CA): Trusted third party that creates and digitally signs public

key certificates.
command line interface (CLI): Interface for entering commands through the Control Station to perform tasks that include the management and configuration of the database and Data Movers and the monitoring of statistics for the Celerra cabinet components. Control Station: Hardware and software component of the Celerra Network Server

that manages the system and provides the user interface to all Celerra components.
Data Mover: In a Celerra Network Server, a cabinet component running its own operating system that retrieves data from a storage device and makes it available to a network client. This is also referred to as a blade. A Data Mover is sometimes internally referred to as DART since DART is the software running on the platform. graphical user interface (GUI): Software that uses graphical objects such as pull-

down menus and operations such as drag-and-drop to allow the user to enter commands and execute functions.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP): Communications protocol used to connect to

servers on the World Wide Web.


Microsoft Management Console (MMC): Extensible common presentation service for

management applications included in the Windows operating systems. See also MMC snap-in.
MMC snap-in: Management tool an administrator can add to the interface of a

Microsoft Management Console (MMC). See also Microsoft Management Console.

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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL): Security protocol that provides encryption and authentication. It encrypts data and provides message and server authentication. It also supports client authentication if required by the server.

Related information
Specific information related to the features and functionality described in this document is included in:

Celerra Network Server Command Reference Manual Celerra Security Configuration Guide Online Celerra man pages Celerra Network Server Parameters Guide

EMC Celerra Network Server Documentation CD


The EMC Celerra Network Server Documentation CD, supplied with your Celerra Network Server and also available on the EMC Powerlink website, provides the complete set of EMC Celerra customer publications. After logging in to Powerlink, go to Support > Technical Documentation and Advisories > Hardware/Platforms Documentation > Celerra Network Server. On this page, click Add to Favorites. The Favorites section on your Powerlink home page provides a link that takes you directly to this page. To request an EMC Celerra Network Server Documentation CD, send an email request to techpubcomments@EMC.com.

Celerra support demos


Celerra Support Demos are available on Powerlink. Use these instructional videos to learn how to perform a variety of Celerra configuration and management tasks. After logging in to Powerlink, go to Support > Product and Diagnostic Tools > Celerra Tools > Celerra Support Demos.

Celerra wizards
Celerra wizards can be used to perform Celerra Manager tasks. Using Wizards to Configure Celerra provides you with an overview of the steps required to configure a Celerra Network Server using the Set Up Celerra wizard in Celerra Manager.

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Concepts
The Celerra Network Server provides several management applications:

CLI Celerra Manager Celerra Monitor Celerra management snap-ins for the MMC

CLI
The Celerra Network Server provides full management functionality through the CLI. The commands are typed through the Control Station. The commands follow Linux-like syntax for familiarity and usability. The Celerra Network Server Command Reference Manual provides a full description of all CLI commands. Some management operations can be performed only through the CLI.

Celerra Manager
Celerra Manager is a web-based graphical user interface (GUI) that enables you to manage Celerra Network Servers without having to learn command syntax. You can select items such as file systems from lists, rather than having to remember and type their names. Celerra Manager also includes several wizards that guide you through the procedures for creating and setting up components of the server. For example, there are wizards for creating file systems and CIFS servers. Celerra Manager also provides access to the CLI. You can run Celerra Manager from any supported web browser. Table 1 on page 4 lists the supported web browsers. Celerra Manager is available in two editions:

Basic Edition Advanced Edition

The Basic Edition is preinstalled on all Celerra Network Servers. With this version, you can manage a single Celerra server in a browser session. You can also manage multiple Celerra servers by using separate browser windows. The Advanced Edition, which requires a separate license, enables you to manage multiple servers through a single browser session. The Advanced Edition also makes additional features available, such as Celerra Monitor. These features are dimmed and unavailable in the Basic Edition. Celerra Manager supports Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption and authentication to protect the connection between the users web browser and Celerras Apache web server. Digital certificates, whose authenticity is verified by a Certificate Authority (CA), are used by SSL to identify and authenticate the server and, if required, the client. In the case of Celerra Manager, the Control Station

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serves as a limited purpose CA, signing the certificate provided by the Apache web server.

Managing multiple servers


With Celerra Manager Advanced Edition, you can log in to and manage several Celerra Network Servers within a single browser session. After you add a server to the session, its name also appears in the navigation pane, and can be expanded separately to show its components. You can log out from each server individually. The Celerra name remains in the navigation pane, but a question mark indicates that you are not logged in to the server.

Interoperating with the CLI


If you use the CLI and Celerra Manager concurrently, you should refresh the Celerra Manager display after making any related changes through the CLI. This ensures that the Celerra Manager display reflects the current state of the system. To refresh the Celerra Manager, click the Managers Refresh icon (not the web browsers Refresh icon). You can use the Celerra CLI to create items such as event notifications, with properties that prevent Celerra Manager from managing them. If you create such an item, you must manage it with the CLI. For example, Celerra Manager does not support event notifications that specify individual event identifiers. If you create such an event notification by using the CLI, you will be able to view, but not modify or delete it by using Celerra Manager. EMC Celerra Network Server Release Notes for your software version contain additional and more specific interoperability information.

Celerra Monitor
Celerra Monitor, which is available through the Advanced Edition of Celerra Manager, provides tools for monitoring activity on a Celerra Network Server and the attached storage devices. Most of the Celerra Monitor capabilities are also available in Celerra Manager. If the monitoring functions in Celerra Manager Advanced Edition meet your business requirements, you do not need to install Celerra Monitor. Celerra Monitor runs on Microsoft Windows or UNIX platforms. Its graphical user interface is Java-based, enabling it to run on various browsers. The Celerra Monitor online help contains detailed information.

Celerra CIFS management MMC snap-ins


The Celerra Network Server supports a set of Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-ins and programs for managing Celerra users and Data Mover security settings from a machine that is running a Windows Server. These tools for the CIFS environment enable you to manage users and Data Movers. The topic, Learning about EMC Celerra, on the EMC Celerra Network Server Documentation CD provides a brief description of the Celerra CIFS management applications. Table 2 on page 9 describes the Celerra CIFS MMC snap-ins.

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The user management tools enable you to migrate UNIX attributes to the Windows Active Directory where you can then assign, remove, or modify UNIX attributes for Windows users or groups. The Data Mover management tools consist of several Microsoft Management Console snap-ins to the Celerra Management Console. You can use these snap-ins to manage virus checking, home directories, and security settings on Data Movers from a machine that is running a Windows Server. For more detailed information, view the online help for these features:

Celerra AntiVirus Management Celerra Data Mover Security Settings Celerra Home Directory Management Celerra UNIX Attributes Migration Tool Celerra UNIX Property Page Extensions in Active Directory Users and Computers Celerra UNIX User Management

You can select to install any of the Celerra CIFS management applications during the installation process.
Table 2 Celerra CIFS MMC snap-ins (page 1 of 2)

Snap-in/tool
UNIX User Management

Description
Celerra UNIX User Management is installed as an MMC snap-in to the Celerra Management console. Use it to assign, remove, or modify UNIX attributes for a single Windows user or group on the local domain and on remote domains. You can also use it to manage domain access to the Active Directory located on the domain in which the attribute database is stored. Celerra AntiVirus Management is an MMC snap-in to the Celerra Management Console. You can use the Celerra AntiVirus Management snap-in with the Celerra AntiVirus Agent (CAVA), third-party AntiVirus engines that run on a Windows NT or Windows 2000 server or higher, and a Data Mover to view or modify the Celerra virus-checking parameters. The parameters are located in the viruschecker.conf file on each Celerra in the Windows domain. You can use this snap-in instead of editing the viruschecker.conf file on the Control Station. The Celerra AntiVirus Agent and third-party antivirus software must be installed on Windows Server 2003, Windows NT/2000, or higher. Using Celerra AntiVirus Agent provides detailed information.

AntiVirus Management

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Table 2

Celerra CIFS MMC snap-ins (page 2 of 2)

Snap-in/tool
Home Directory Management

Description
Celerra Home Directory Management is an MMC snap-in to the Celerra Management Console, which you can install on a Windows Server. Celerra Home Directory Management lets you associate a username with a directory that then acts as the users home directory. Celerra Home Directory Management simplifies the administration of personal shares and the process of connecting to them. The home directory is mapped in a user's profile so that upon login, the home directory is connected to a network drive. Celerra's home directory feature lets you use a single share name, called HOME, that all users connect to. You do not have to create individual shares for each user.

Security Management

Celerra Data Mover Security Settings consist of the Audit Policy node and the User Rights Assignment node. Audit Policy is a component of the Data Mover Security Settings snap-in, which is installed as an MMC snap-in into the Celerra Management Console on a Windows Server. You can use audit policies to determine which Data Mover security events are logged in the Security log. You can select to log successful attempts, failed attempts, both, or neither. Audited events are viewed in the Security log of the Windows Event Viewer. User Rights Assignment is a component of the Data Mover Security Settings snap-in, which is installed as an MMC snap-in into the Celerra Management Console on a Windows Server. You can use user rights assignments to manage which users and groups can log in to or execute tasks on a Data Mover. User rights assignments are local policies and apply only to the selected Data Mover.

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Installing Celerra Management applications


The tasks for installing and setting up Celerra Management applications are:

"Using the CLI" on page 12 "Installing JRE and Java Web Start for Celerra Manager" on page 13 "Installing digital certificates for Celerra Manager" on page 18 "Starting a Celerra Manager session" on page 20 "Installing and upgrading Celerra Replicator (V2)" on page 23 "Enabling Celerra Replicator (V1)" on page 25 "Enabling Celerra Replicator (V2)" on page 26 "Enable a licensed feature" on page 27 "Disable a licensed feature" on page 28 "Installing Celerra Monitor" on page 29 "Installing Celerra CIFS management MMC snap-ins" on page 30

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Using the CLI


To use the CLI, you must establish a connection with the Control Station. After logging in, you can type CLI commands at the Control Station prompt. The commands that are available depend on the privileges assigned to your user account. The Celerra Network Server Command Reference Manual provides detailed information about all CLI commands. Celerra Security Configuration Guide provides information about the privileges that can be associated with user accounts. You can connect to the Control Station in several ways:

Local Log in to the Control Station directly. Remote Use a secure, encrypted, remote login application to connect to the Control Station IP address, and log in remotely. RS232 Use the modem or terminal server to connect to the COM2 port of the Control Station.

Log in locally
To log in to the Control Station directly:
Action
Log in to the Control Station with your username and password.

Log in remotely
To log in to the Control Station remotely:
Step
1.

Action
Type the name of a secure, encrypted, remote login application followed by the IP address of the Control Station. Use the following syntax: <remote_app> <IPaddr> where: <remote_app> = a secure, encrypted, remote login application <IPaddr> = IP address of the Control Station

2.

When prompted, type your username and password.

Log in through RS232


The documentation for your modem or terminal server contains instructions.

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Installing JRE and Java Web Start for Celerra Manager


The JRE can be installed from files on the Celerra Applications and Tools CD. Use the procedure appropriate for the management computer platform.

Before installing JRE


Linux and Solaris also need the Netscape browser installed. If you are using Netscape, make sure that the memory and cache are set to zero before proceeding with the installation. If you are installing from an EMC Celerra NS600, ensure that the IP address and hostname of the NS600 have been set up properly.
Note: The installation program was tested on EMC Linux version 7.2 with Kernel version 2.4.77-10 and on Solaris SunOS version 5.8.

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Install JRE on a Windows management computer


Step
1. 2.

Action
Insert the Celerra Applications and Tools CD into a CD-ROM drive. On the Product Installation screen, select JRE1.6.0_11 (TM) for Celerra Manager/Monitor.

3.

In the License Agreement screen, select I accept the terms in the license agreement, and then click Next. In the Setup Type screen, select Typical, and then click Next. In the InstallShield Wizard Completed screen, click Finish. You are prompted to restart the computer: To restart the computer immediately, click Yes. To restart the computer at a later time, click No.

4. 5. 6.

Postrequisites
If the browser uses a proxy server, you must set up Java Web Start to use the proxy settings. "Configure Java Web Start for a proxy server" on page 17 provides instructions.

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Install JRE on a Linux management computer


Step
1. 2.

Action
Insert the Celerra Applications and Tools CD into a CD-ROM drive. From the /Monitor/linux directory on the CD, use the cp command to copy the following files to the directory where you want to install JRE: j2re-1_6_0_11-linux-i586.bin javaws-1_6_0_11-linux-i586-i.zip Go to that directory, and then set execute permission on the self-extracting binary by typing: chmod a+x j2re-1_6_0_11-linux-i586.bin

3.

4.

To begin the installation, type: ./j2re-1_6_0_11-linux-i586.bin

5. 6. 7.

Agree to the license terms. Agree to install JRE in the current directory. From the /Monitor/linux directory on the CD, use the unzip command to extract javaws-1_2_0_01-linux-i586-i.zip to the directory where you want to install the Java Web Start application. Go to that directory, and then run the install.sh file that was extracted from the Zip file. Follow the onscreen instructions.

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Install JRE on a Solaris management computer


Step
1. 2.

Action
Insert the Celerra Applications and Tools CD into a CD-ROM drive. From the /Monitor/solaris directory on the CD, use the cp command to copy the following files to the directory where you want to install JRE: j2re-1_6_0_11-solaris-sparc.sh (for SPARC processors) j2re-1_6_0_11-solaris-i586.sh (for x86 processors) Go to that directory, and then set execute permissions on the file by typing: chmod +x j2re-1_6_0_11-solaris-sparc.sh or chmod +x j2re-1_6_0_11-solaris-i586.sh

3.

4.

Run the self-extracting binary file by typing: ./j2re-1_6_0_11-solaris-sparc.sh or ./j2re-1_6_0_11-solaris-i586.sh

5. 6.

Go to the directory j2re1.6.0_11, which was created in the current directory. Copy the Zip file for the appropriate processor to the directory where you want to install Java Web Start: javaws-1_2_0_01-solaris-sparc-i.zip (for SPARC processors) javaws-1_2_0_01-solaris-i586-i.zip (for x86 processors) Use the unzip command to extract the contents of the Zip file. Run the install.sh file that was extracted from the Zip file.

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Configure Java Web Start for a proxy server


When using a proxy server, you must configure the proxy settings in Java Web Start for Celerra Monitor to launch correctly. Use this procedure to type the proxy settings into Java Web Start.
Step
1.

Action
Open the browser and type the proxy information. The online help on the browser contains more information.

2. 3. 4.

Start the Java Web Start application. Select File > Preferences. On the General tab, select Use Browser. The field is filled in with the proxy information from the browser. Note: To manually configure proxy settings in Java Web Start, select Manual on the General tab, and then type the proxy information.

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Installing digital certificates for Celerra Manager


Starting with 5.6, the Celerra software automatically generates the Certificate Authority (CA) certificate and a new Apache certificate signed by that CA certificate at system installation or software upgrade if these certificates do not exist.
Note: The Celerra white paper Using Celerra Manager in Your Web Browsing Environment: Browser and Security Settings to Improve Your Experience, available on Powerlink, contains more specific information about how and why to install the certificates.

Regenerate the CA and Apache certificates


If you change the Celerra hostname, you have to regenerate the Control Stations CA and Apache certificates. When you generate a new CA certificate, a matching Apache certificate is also generated. After you regenerate the certificates, any browsers or systems that use the previous certificates need to install the new certificates. Use this procedure to regenerate the CA and Apache certificates.
Step
1.

Action
Log in to the Control Station CLI with your username and password. You must have root privileges to execute the required commands. To generate updated CA and Apache keys and certificates, type: /nas/sbin/nas_ca_certificate -generate

2.

3.

Import the Control Station CA certificate into your web browser for the certificate verification to succeed. After importing, you no longer receive any security warnings when opening a new browser session to Celerra Manager. In addition, when you start Celerra Manager after performing this setup, you must install the new Apache certificate. For example, if using Internet Explorer 6, install the certificate when prompted by the Security Alert pop-up by clicking View Certificate and then Install Certificate.

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Regenerate the Apache certificate only


If you change the Celerra domain name or IP address, you must regenerate the Apache web servers certificate. Use this procedure to regenerate the Apache certificate.
Step
1.

Action
Log in to the Control Station CLI with your username and password. You must have root privileges to execute the required commands. To generate an updated Apache certificate, type: /nas/sbin/nas_config -ssl

2.

3.

Restart the Apache web server when prompted: Installing a new SSL certificate requires restarting the Apache web server. Do you want to proceed? [y|n]: y New SSL certificate has been generated and installed successfully.

4.

When you start Celerra Manager after performing this setup, you must install the new Apache certificate. For example, if using Internet Explorer 6, install the certificate when prompted by the Security Alert pop-up by clicking View Certificate and then Install Certificate.

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Starting a Celerra Manager session


Use this procedure to begin a Celerra Manager session by connecting to a Celerra Network Server.

Before starting a Celerra Manager session


Ensure that the JRE is installed on the management computer, and that you are using a supported browser. Be sure the browser is configured to accept first-party and third-party cookies, and that any password management feature is disabled.

Start a Celerra Manager session


Use this procedure to start a Celerra Manager session to manage a Celerra Network Server.
Step
1.

Action
Using a supported web browser, open: http://<Celerra> where: <Celerra> = hostname or IP address of the Control Station

2. 3.

Click Yes or OK in any dialog box that appears. If you receive a message that the website certificate is from an authority the browser does not recognize, do one of the following: In Netscape, choose to temporarily install the certificate. In Internet Explorer, select View Certificate, and then select Install Certificate. Note: The Celerra white paper Using Celerra Manager in Your Web Browsing Environment: Browser and Security Settings to Improve Your Experience, available on Powerlink, contains more information about accepting security certificates.

4. 5. 6. 7.

Respond to all additional dialog boxes. In the Celerra Manager login page, type a username and password, and then click Login. Respond to any dialog boxes. On the Celerra Home page, click the Status tab for the server.

Enable a license
Some Celerra licensed features and products can be managed with Celerra Manager only after you purchase a license for them and enable them in Celerra Manager. "Enable a licensed feature" on page 27 provides more details.

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Add a server
With Celerra Manager Basic Edition, you can log in to only one Celerra Network Server within a single browser session. With Celerra Manager Advanced Edition, you can log in to and manage several Celerra Network Servers within a single browser session. After you add a server to the session, its name also appears in the navigation pane, and can be expanded separately to show its components.

Before adding a server


Configure the web browser to accept first-party and third-party cookies. Cookies allow Celerra Manager to use an SSL encrypted connection between the client computer and the Control Station. The cookie also stores a unique session identifier after you log in, and is valid only for the current session. Be sure to disable any password management feature in the browser. The online help on the browser contains information on how to configure the browser.
Step
1.

Action
Start a Celerra Manager session as described in "Starting a Celerra Manager session" on page 20. In the navigation pane, right-click the Celerras folder, and select Add Celerra. In the Add Celerra window, type the hostname or IP address of the Control Station for the server to add, and then click OK. Respond affirmatively to any security-related dialog boxes that appear. When the login page appears, type your username and password for that server, and then click Login.

2. 3.

4. 5.

After adding a server


Additional options for working with multiple servers are available through the popup menu. For example, you can rearrange the order of servers in the navigation pane. The Celerra Manager online help provides details on these options.

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Log out
To end a Celerra Manager session, you should log out from each server before closing the browser window. Logging out prevents others from using the session to access the Celerra Network Servers.
Step
1.

Action
To log out from a single Celerra, right-click the server in the navigation pane, and then select Logout. The icon for the server changes to a question mark. To log out from all Celerras, right-click the Celerras folder, and then select Logout All. The browser page changes to the login page for the first server to which you connected.

2.

Close the browser window.

Logging out when using Netscape


If you are using Netscape, simply closing a browser window when you are finished might not clear authentication information in Netscape's cache of nonpersistent cookies. If any other browser windows are open, the nonpersistent cache is not cleared. Directing a subsequent window or a previously existing window back to the Control Station will not require reauthentication. This is because you did not terminate your session on the Control Station and Netscape has retained your authentication token. To ensure that your Web UI session with the Control Station is terminated, click the Logout icon to explicitly log out of Celerra Manager.

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Installing and upgrading Celerra Replicator (V2)


EMC Celerra Replicator (V2) is a feature in Celerra version 5.6, and can be enabled for new installations or upgrades.

Install with configured replications


If you have other Celerra Network Servers that have configured replications for file systems or VDMs, or iSCSI, and you plan to use the new Celerra as a source or target for replications, you must enable the Celerra Replicator (V1) license on the new system. "Enabling Celerra Replicator (V1)" on page 25 provides more details.
Note: If you want to upgrade to Celerra Replicator (V2) and upgrade the management of configured replications to Celerra Replicator (V2), contact your EMC Customer Support Representative for assistance.

Install with no configured replications


If you have other Celerra Network Servers that do not have any configured replications for file systems or VDMs, or iSCSI, you can enable the Celerra Replicator (V2) license by selecting Celerra ReplicatorV2 Licensed on the Celerra Home: Licenses tab. "Enable a licensed feature" on page 27 provides more details.
Note: After you enable the Celerra Replicator (V2) license, you cannot disable this license and enable Celerra Replicator (V1).

Upgrade with configured replications or Celerra Replicator (V1) enabled


During an upgrade to Celerra version 5.6, if any configured replications for file systems or VDMs, or iSCSI are found, or if Celerra Replicator (V1) is enabled, Celerra remains configured for Celerra Replicator (V1). If you have only iSCSI replications, you can enable Celerra Replicator (V2) as described in "Enabling Celerra Replicator (V2)" on page 26.
Note: If you want to upgrade to Celerra Replicator (V2) and upgrade the management of configured replications to Celerra Replicator (V2), contact your EMC Customer Support Representative for assistance.

Upgrade with no configured replications and Celerra Replicator (V1) disabled


During an upgrade to Celerra version 5.6, if no configured replications for file systems or VDMs, or iSCSI are found, and the Celerra Replicator (V1) license is disabled, the system will be configured for Celerra Replicator (V2). You can enable the Celerra Replicator (V2) license by selecting Celerra ReplicatorV2 Licensed on the Celerra Home: Licenses tab. "Enable a licensed feature" on page 27 provides more details.

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Upgrade with no configured replications and Celerra Replicator (V1) enabled


During an upgrade to Celerra version 5.6, if no configured replications for file systems or VDMs, or iSCSI are found, and the Celerra Replicator (V1) license is enabled, the system will be configured for Replication (V1). You can enable Celerra Replicator (V2) on each Celerra by running the deploy_replication utility and manually switching the license to Celerra Replicator (V2), as described in "Enabling Celerra Replicator (V2)" on page 26.

Upgrade for iSCSI replications only


During an upgrade to Celerra version 5.6, if only iSCSI replications are found, the Celerra will be configured for Celerra Replicator (V1). You can enable Celerra Replicator (V2) on each Celerra by running the deploy_replication utility and manually switching the license to Celerra Replicator (V2), as described in "Enabling Celerra Replicator (V2)" on page 26.

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Enabling Celerra Replicator (V1)


You can enable Celerra Replicator (V1) if the Celerra is configured for Celerra Replicator (V2), but not yet licensed.
Step
1. 2.

Action
Close all open Celerra Manager browser sessions. To verify the Celerra Replicator status, at the CLI, log in as the root user and type: # /nas/sbin/deploy_replication -status -verbose

3.

If the status returned is System is in V2 ready state, at the CLI, type: # /nas/sbin/deploy_replication -v1 # nas_license -create replicator

4.

Open the web browser and log in to Celerra Manager with your administrative username and password. Select Celerras > [Celerra_name]. The Celerra Home: Status tab appears.

5.

6.

Click Licenses to display the license list for the server. The Celerra Home: Licenses tab appears.

7.

If Replicator Licensed is not selected, click Refresh.

The GUI reflects Celerra Replicator (V1) and the CLI commands are nas_cel, fs_replicate, and fs_copy. If the server appears in other instances of Celerra Manager in other browsers, the navigation pane subtree for the server in those browsers will not update until the next status update or an explicit refresh.

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Enabling Celerra Replicator (V2)


Use this procedure if you have not enabled Celerra Replicator (V2) on the Celerra Home License tab and:

You do not have configured replications for file systems or VDMs or

You only have iSCSI replications

Note: After you enable the Celerra Replicator (V2) license, you cannot disable this license and enable Celerra Replicator (V1).

To enable Celerra Replicator (V2):


Step
1. 2.

Action
Close all open Celerra Manager browser sessions. To verify the Celerra Replicator status, at the CLI, log in as the root user and type: # /nas/sbin/deploy_replication -status -verbose

3.

If the status returned is 'replicator' license is enabled, at the CLI, type: # nas_license -delete replicator

4.

To verify the Celerra Replicator status, at the CLI, type: # /nas/sbin/deploy_replication -status -verbose

5.

If the status returned is System is in V1 ready state, at the CLI, type: # nas/sbin/deploy_replication -v2

6.

Open the web browser and log in to Celerra Manager with your administrative username and password. Select Celerras > [Celerra_name]. The Celerra Home: Status tab appears.

7.

8.

Click the Licenses tab to display the license list for the server. The Celerra Home: Licenses tab appears.

9. 10.

Select ReplicatorV2 Licensed. Click Apply. The Confirm Apply screen appears.

11.

Click OK. The Celerra Home: Licenses tab appears, and the ReplicatorV2 Licensed option is enabled.

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The Celerra Manager GUI reflects Celerra Replicator (V2) and the CLI commands are nas_cel (new version for interconnect) and nas_replicate (new version). If the server appears in other instances of Celerra Manager in other browsers, the navigation pane subtree for the server in those browsers will not update until the next status update or an explicit refresh.

Enable a licensed feature


Enabling a Celerra licensed feature in Celerra Manager activates support for that feature.
Step
1.

Action
Select Celerras > [Celerra_name]. The Celerra Home: Status tab appears.

2.

Click Licenses to display the license list for the server. The Celerra Home: Licenses tab appears.

3.

Select the Celerra feature to enable. If enabling a Celerra Replicator license, "Enabling Celerra Replicator (V1)" on page 25 or "Enabling Celerra Replicator (V2)" on page 26 contains instructions. Note: After you enable the Celerra Replicator (V2) license, you cannot disable this license and enable Celerra Replicator (V1).

4. 5.

Click Apply. To enable another licensed feature, repeat steps 3 and 4 for that license.

After the license is enabled, the navigation pane subtree for the managed Celerra Network Server reinitializes to activate the Celerra Manager feature that controls the enabled licensed feature. If the server appears in other instances of Celerra Manager in other browsers, the navigation pane subtree for the server in those browsers will not update until the next status update or an explicit refresh.

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Disable a licensed feature


Step
1.

Action
Select Celerras > [Celerra_name]. The Celerra Home: Status tab appears.

2.

Click Licenses to display the license list for the managed server. The Celerra Home: Licenses tab appears.

3. 4. 5.

Clear the license. Click Apply. To disable another licensed feature, repeat steps 3 and 4 for that license.

After the license is disabled, the navigation pane subtree for the managed Celerra Network Server reinitializes to deactivate the Celerra Manager feature that controls the disabled licensed feature. If the server appears in other instances of Celerra Manager in other browsers, the navigation pane subtree for the server in those browsers will not update until the next status update or an explicit refresh.

View the list of licensed and unlicensed features


Step
1.

Action
Select Celerras > [Celerra_name]. The Celerra Home: Status tab appears.

2.

Click Licenses to display the license list for the managed server. The Celerra Home: Licenses tab appears.

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Installing Celerra Monitor


Celerra Monitor is available through the Advanced Edition of Celerra Manager.

Before installing Celerra Monitor


Ensure that JRE and Java Web Start are properly installed on the management computer. Although all versions of Netscape browser and Microsoft Internet Explorer support the JRE and Java Web Start, Netscape 6.0 and later versions are unable to detect whether Java Web Start is installed. The Advanced Edition of Celerra Manager must be enabled.

Install Celerra Monitor


Step
1. 2. 3. 4.

Action
In a browser, open Celerra Manager Advanced Edition. In the navigation pane, select Tools. On the Tools page, click Celerra Monitor. If you receive a message to download a file, do the following: a. Select Open using JNLP File. b. Clear Always ask before opening this type of file. c. Click OK. In the Saving File dialog box, clear Keep this window open after download is complete. If you are prompted to overwrite a file, click Yes to proceed with the installation.

5.

After the Celerra Monitor files have been downloaded through the Java Web Start application, click Start on the Security Warning dialog box. The Celerra Monitor Login dialog box appears.

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Installing Celerra CIFS management MMC snap-ins


Use the following procedure to install MMC snap-ins and tools for managing a CIFS environment.
Step Action
1. 2. 3. Insert the Celerra Applications and Tools CD into a CD-ROM drive. On the Product Installation screen, click Celerra CIFS Management MMC Snapins. To accept the default location for the program files, click Next. To specify a different location, type the path to the folder or click Change to browse for the folder. When you are finished, click Next. 4. 5. 6. On the Welcome screen, click Next. On the License Agreement screen, click Yes. On the Select Installation Folder screen, verify the displayed folder name. To install the program files here, click Next. To select a different folder, click Browse, locate the folder, and then click Next. 7. On the Select Components screen, select the components to install and clear the components you do not want to install. Click Next. On the Start Copying Files screen, click Next. On the InstallShield Wizard Complete screen, click Finish.

8. 9.

Enable CIFS management


To enable the CIFS management snap-ins and tools to interact with the Celerra Network Server, you must adjust the cifs useADMap parameter.

Prerequisites
If you have not installed the Celerra UNIX User management snap-in, the cifs useADMap parameter must be set to 0 (the default). This is also true if you do not plan on using the Celerra UNIX User management snap-in, or if you are using another user authentication tool.

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Access problems can occur if you set the useADMap parameter to 1, but you have not extended the Active Directory schema. The Microsoft website contains more information.
Step
1.

Action
On the Control Station, use this command syntax: server_param {<movername> | ALL } - facility cifs -modify useADMap -value 0 where: <movername> = name of the Data Mover (or type ALL for all Data Movers)

2.

Reboot the Data Mover by using this command syntax: server_cpu {<movername> | ALL }- reboot now where: <movername> = name of the Data Mover (or type ALL for all Data Movers)

Open Celerra Management Console


Use this procedure to open the Celerra Management Console.
Step
1. 2. 3.

Action
From the Start menu, select Settings > Control Panel. Double-click Administrative Tools. Double-click Celerra Management.

General usage notes


Before using the MMC snap-ins:

You must be logged in a user with Administrator rights. The CIFS service must be configured and started on the Data Mover. Configuring and Managing CIFS on Celerra provides useful information. When you try to open the Celerra management MMC snap-ins, the following error message may appear:
The RPC server is unavailable

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This occurs if: The CIFS server does not exist. The CIFS service is not running.The DNS entry for the CIFS server is not correct. There are network or routing problems.

The instructions in the online help describe the default installation of the Celerra Management Console. You can select to install the snap-ins into a different MMC. If you do so, any references to the Celerra Management Console in the online help will no longer apply.

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Troubleshooting
As part of an effort to continuously improve and enhance the performance and capabilities of its product lines, EMC periodically releases new versions of its hardware and software. Therefore, some functions described in this document may not be supported by all versions of the software or hardware currently in use. For the most up-to-date information on product features, refer to your product release notes. If a product does not function properly or does not function as described in this document, contact your EMC Customer Support Representative.

Where to get help


Product information For documentation, release notes, software updates, or for information about EMC products, licensing, and service, go to the EMC Powerlink website (registration required) at http://Powerlink.EMC.com. Troubleshooting For troubleshooting information, go to Powerlink, search for Celerra Tools, and select Celerra Troubleshooting from the navigation panel on the left. Technical support For technical support, go to Powerlink and choose Support. On the Support page, you can access Support Forums, request a product enhancement, talk directly to an EMC representative, or open a service request. To open a service request, you must have a valid support agreement. Please contact you EMC sales representative for details about obtaining a valid support agreement or to answer any questions about your account.
Note: Do not request a specific support representative unless one has already been assigned to your particular system problem.

Problem Resolution Roadmap for Celerra contains additional information about using Powerlink and resolving problems.

EMC E-Lab Interoperability Navigator


The EMC E-LabTM Interoperability Navigator is a searchable, web-based application that provides access to EMC interoperability support matrices. It is available at http://Powerlink.EMC.com. After logging in to Powerlink, go to Support > Interoperability and Product Lifecycle Information > E-Lab Interoperability Navigator.

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Training and Professional Services


EMC Customer Education courses help you learn how EMC storage products work together within your environment in order to maximize your entire infrastructure investment. EMC Customer Education features online and hands-on training in state-of-the-art labs conveniently located throughout the world. EMC customer training courses are developed and delivered by EMC experts. Go to EMC Powerlink at http://Powerlink.EMC.com for course and registration information. EMC Professional Services can help you implement your Celerra Network Server efficiently. Consultants evaluate your business, IT processes, and technology and recommend ways you can leverage your information for the most benefit. From business plan to implementation, you get the experience and expertise you need, without straining your IT staff or hiring and training new personnel. Contact your EMC representative for more information.

Celerra troubleshooting

After an installation or an upgrade to the system software, opening a page in Celerra Manager sometimes takes longer than it will on subsequent visits. When running Celerra Manager on Java 1.6 up to update 7, you may encounter browser hangs due to a known issue in the Sun JRE. If your browser hangs, the browser window might stop responding and have to be closed. To avoid browser hangs EMC strongly recommends the use of Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6.0_11 on client machines that will run Celerra Manager. Outdated (stale) information in the browser cache can sometimes cause unexpected behavior, such as the appearance of extra confirmation screens. Try clearing the browsers cache and closing the browser. When using Celerra Manager with Netscape, be sure to configure the browser so that it does not remember passwords. Otherwise, the browser might supply default passwords into password fields, which could be saved unintentionally. When starting Celerra Manager through a web browser, be sure to install certificates when prompted to do so. In some cases, the prompt might appear in a pop-up window that is hidden by other windows. If the browser is not responding, try pressing Alt+Tab to cycle through windows on the display and bring hidden pop-ups to the front. When adding another Celerra Network Server to the Celerra Manager display, specify the new Celerra by its fully qualified domain name, not its IP address. Otherwise an error message about cookies might appear. In addition, the IP address of the Celerra should be added to the list of trusted sites. If you receive the blocked cookie message, double-click the blocked cookie icon and indicate in the dialog box that cookies should be accepted from that site in the future. When managing multiple Celerra servers through Celerra Manager and Internet Explorer 6, you should select View Certificate if the browser displays a security alert about a certificate. If you decide to install the certificate and it has valid credentials from one of the Celerra servers you are managing, select Install Certificate.

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When managing multiple Celerra servers through Celerra Manager and Internet Explorer 6, the browser might incorrectly block cookies, causing the display of the Login screen after successful authentication. If this problem occurs, view the privacy report for the blocked Celerra, and find the entry for the cookie called "Ticket" from the Login screen. Set the browser to always accept cookies from that site and then log in again. A Celerra Manager operation can involve several internal steps and require internal communication of statuses over a network. Therefore, you may not see data on a page updated immediately. If you do not see data updated on a page as you would expect, try these corrective steps: 1. In the same browser session, select and open another Celerra Manager page, and then select and re-open the page on which you want to see updated data. The updated data should appear as you expect. If not, go to step 2. 2. Wait 15 to 30 seconds, and then click the Celerra Manager Refresh button once to update the page. This update may take significant time, because it refreshes all data on the page. Avoid clicking Refresh several times, because each click sends another complete update request. If this does not work, go to step 3. 3. Check the Task Status page to see if the operation status is recorded there. The progress of long-running operations and operations on multiple objects (such as deletions of many file systems) are recorded on the Task Status page. If you do not see the operation listed on this page, go to step 4. 4. There might be problems preventing the operation from running. Click the Celerra Network Server name in the navigation pane to open the Celerra Home: Status page, and check the hardware statuses and software alerts on the page for issues that could be preventing the operation from running.

Firefox Password Manager (PM) is enabled by default. This feature records and stores the password that you enter on a website and then automatically fills in the password entry field on your next and subsequent visit. The password field masks the password with asterisks (*). To prevent Firefox from remembering passwords: 1. Click Tools > Options and click the Security tab. 2. Under Passwords, clear the Remember password for sites checkbox.

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Index
A
Active Directory 5

I
install Celerra Monitor 29 digital certificates 18 JAVA Web Start 13 JRE 13 JRE on Linux 15 JRE on Solaris 16 JRE on Windows 14 Replicator (V2) 23

B
browser 5

C
Celerra Management Data Mover management 9 user management 9 Celerra Management Console, open 31 Celerra Manager 7 troubleshooting 34 Celerra Monitor 5, 8 install 29 use proxy server for Java Web Start 17 Celerra Network Server 5 CIFS Management, enable 30 command line interface 7, 12 interoperate with 8 logging in locally 12 logging in remotely 12 logging in via RS232 12 using 12 concepts 7 configured replications new installations, Replicator (V2) 23 upgrades, Replicator (V2) 23

J
Java Web Start 4 Java Web Start and proxy server 17 JRE installation Linux 15 Solaris 16 Windows 14

L
licensed feature disable 28 enable 27 view 28 Linux, install JRE 15 logging in locally 12 remotely 12 via RS232 12

M
manage multiple servers 8 Microsoft Management Console 5 snap-in 6, 8 MMC snap-in. See Microsoft Management Console MMC. See Microsoft Management Console multiple servers, manage 8

D
digital certificates install 18 regenerate 18 disable license feature 28

E
E-Lab Interoperability Navigator 33 enable CIFS management 30 licensed feature 27 Replicator (V1) 25 Replicator (V2) 26

N
no configured replications new installations, Replicator (V2) 23 upgrades, Replicator (V1) enabled 24 upgrades, Replicator (V2) 23

O
open Celerra Management Console 31

G
graphical user interface 5 GUI. See graphical user interface

P
proxy server, use with Celerra Monitor 17

H
hardware requirements Celerra Monitor 4

R
related documentation 6 Replicator (V1), enable 25 Replicator (V2) install or upgrade 23 new installations with configured replications 23

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new installations with no configured replications 23 upgrades for iSCSI replications only 24 upgrades with configured replications and/or Replicator (V1) enabled 23 upgrades with no configured replications and Replicator (V1) disabled 23 upgrades with no configured replications and Replicator (V1) enabled 24 Replicator (V2), enable 26 restrictions 5 roadmap 11

S
Secure Sockets Layer 6 snap-in, Microsoft Management Console 6, 8 software requirements Celerra Manager 4 Celerra Monitor 4 Microsoft Management Console snap-ins and tools 4 Solaris, install JRE 16 SSL. See Secure Sockets Layer system requirements 4 hardware 4 network 4 software 4 storage 4

T
troubleshooting 33 Celerra Manager 34

U
unlicensed feature, view 28 upgrade Replicator (V2) 23 upgrades iSCSI replications 24 no configured replications 23 with configured replications 23

V
view license feature 28 unlicensed feature 28

W
Windows, install JRE 14

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About this document


As part of its effort to continuously improve and enhance the performance and capabilities of the Celerra Network Server product line, EMC periodically releases new versions of Celerra hardware and software. Therefore, some functions described in this document may not be supported by all versions of Celerra software or hardware presently in use. For the most up-to-date information on product features, see your product release notes. If your Celerra system does not offer a function described in this document, contact your EMC Customer Support Representative for a hardware upgrade or software update.

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