Install the OceanStor BCManager eBackup software

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The OceanStor BCManager eBackup software can be deployed on physical machines and virtual machines (VMs). In V200R001C10SPC300 and later versions, the eBackup public cloud scenario supports DMK deployment. For details, see the user guide of the corresponding version.
The eBackup user guide can be obtained from the following paths:
- OceanStor BCManager V200R001C00 eBackup User Guide.
- OceanStor BCManager V200R001C10 CSBS User Guide (Private Cloud, for FusionCloud 6.0.0).
- OceanStor BCManager V200R001C10 Cloud Host Backup User Guide (Private Cloud, for FusionCloud NFVI 6.10.1 & FusionCloud V100R002C00SPC500).
- OceanStor BCManager V200R001C10 VBS User Guide (Private Cloud, for FusionCloud 6.0.0).
- OceanStor BCManager V200R001C10 eBackup Installation and Commissioning Guide (Public Cloud).

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Installation and configuration of Multimedia on the OceanStor BCManager V200R001C00 eBackup
You can download OceanStor BCManager V200R001C00 eBackup from the following website: - (Video)OceanStor BCManager V200R001C00 eBackup Installation and Configuration (Virtual Backup).

Methods for verifying whether OceanStor BCManager eBackup is successfully installed
Method for verifying whether OceanStor BCManager eBackup is successfully installed: Log in to OceanStor BCManager eBackup using a web browser on the installation PC. If the login succeeds and the cluster status is normal, the software is installed successfully. 1. Log in to the OceanStor BCManager eBackup using a web browser on the installation PC. Enter https://backup management plane IP address of the backup server (or backup management server):8088 in the address box, or enter the backup management plane IP address of the backup server (or backup management server). If the login is successful, the installation succeeded. 2. Use the hcp account to log in to the backup server through SSH (the default password is Huawei@CLOUD8!). Run cd /opt/huawei-data-protection/ebackup/cli/ to go to /opt/huawei-data-protection/ebackup/cli/. Run sh hcpcli.sh admin, and enter the password (the default password is Huawei@CLOUD8!) as prompted. At your initial login to the system, change the initial password as prompted. If the login is successful, the installation succeeded.

Port setting for the OceanStor BCManager eBackup
For details about the port setting requirements of the OceanStor BCManager eBackup, see the Communication Matrix. To obtain the document, visit the following websites: - OceanStor BCManager V200R001C00 eBackup Communication Matrix. - OceanStor BCManager V200R001C10 eBackup Communication Matrix.

Installation and configuration scenarios in the OceanStor BCManager V200R001C10 eBackup private cloud scenario
In the OceanStor BCManager V200R001C10 eBackup private cloud scenario, the installation and configuration scenarios are described as follows: In the private cloud scenario, there are two scenarios: Region Type I and Region Type II. 1. Region Type I: In the region resource pool constructed based on Huawei software SDN network, if users select Region Type I, basic IaaS cloud services, security cloud services, backup cloud services, and RDS cloud services can be deployed in the region. At the same time, AWS can be accessed in hybrid cloud mode. The Region Type I consists of the cascading layer and the cascaded layer. 2. Region Type II: In the region resource pool constructed based on Huawei hardware SDN network, if users select Region Type II, basic IaaS cloud services, security cloud services, backup cloud services, and RDS cloud services can be deployed in the region. The cloud host service of this Region Type also supports heterogeneous VMware virtualization.

Meaning of the floating IP address in OceanStor BCManager eBackup
A floating IP address refers to the IP address that a high availability (HA) system uses to communicate with the external systems. The active server and the standby server have separate IP addresses. For example, the IP address of the active server is IP1 and the IP address of the standby server is IP2. When communicating with the external client, the active or standby server uses another IP address, for example, IP3. IP3 is bound to the network adapter of the active server. At this time, the active server has two IP addresses, IP1 and IP3. The external client communicates with the active server whose IP address is IP3. The standby server has only IP2. Therefore, it does not provide services to the external client. When an active/standby switchover occurs, IP3 is released from the active server and bound to the network adapter of the standby server. This is called floating.

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