How to create mapping in FusionStorage

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Map a volume to a host.

On FusionStorage, choose Resource Pool > Volume Management > iSCSI Volume Mapping.
The iSCSI Volume Mapping page is displayed.
Choose Hosts in the right pane.
Locate the row that contains the host to which a volume is to be mapped, and click Map Volume in the Operation column.
The Map Volume page is displayed.
Select the volume to be mapped to the host, and click Yes.
The Hosts page is displayed, and the volume is successfully mapped to the host.
To query information about host mapped to the volume, choose Resource Pool > Volume Management > Volumes and click to the left of the target volume.
No further action is required.
Map a volume to a host group.

On FusionStorage, choose Resource Pool > Volume Management > iSCSI Volume Mapping.
The iSCSI Volume Mapping page is displayed.
Choose Host Groups in the right pane.
Locate the row that contains the host group to which a volume is to be mapped, and click Map Volume in the Operation column.
The Map Volume page is displayed.
Select the volume to be mapped to the host, and click OK.
The Host Groups page is displayed, and the volume is successfully mapped to the host group.
To query information about host mapped to the volume, choose Resource Pool > Volume Management > Volumes and click to the left of the target volume.
No further action is required.
Map an initiator to a host.

On FusionStorage, choose Resource Pool > Volume Management > iSCSI Volume Mapping.
The iSCSI Volume Mapping page is displayed.
Choose Hosts in the right pane.
Locate the row that contains the host to which an initiator is to be mapped, click More in the Operation column, and select Configure Initiator.
The Configure Initiator page is displayed.
Select the initiator to be mapped and click OK.
The Hosts page is displayed, and the initiator is successfully mapped to the host.
No further action is required.

Other related questions:
How to Create a Snapshot in FusionStorage
1. On FusionStorage, choose Resource Pool > Snapshot Management. The Snapshot Management page is displayed. 2. Click Create. 3. Configure the following information: ? Set the snapshot name. ? Select the volume on which a snapshot is created. Find the corresponding volume by selecting the storage pool. If the volume name is available, find the corresponding volume by searching the name. 4. Click Create to create a snapshot of the volume. You can choose Resource Pool > Volume Management > Volumes and click to the left of a volume to query the snapshot information about the volume.

How to Create a User in FusionStorage
1. On FusionStorage, choose System > Users and security > User Management. The User Management page is displayed. 2. Click Create User. 3. Set UserName, Password, and Description. ? The password must comply with the preconfigured password policies. ? The user type can be administrator, operator, or auditor. ? Administrator: A user that is granted all system rights. ? Operator: A user that is granted rights of main system operations, including resource management, hardware management, and monitoring. However, the user is not granted user management permission. ? Auditor: A user that is granted only the system query right. 4. Click Create. The user is successfully created.

How to Create a Volume in FusionStorage
1. Determine the required operation based on different scenarios. ? To create a volume in the storage pool, go to Step 2. ? To create a volume using an existing snapshot, go to Step 7. Create a volume in the storage pool. 2. On FusionStorage, choose Resource Pool > Volume Management > Volumes. The Volumes page is displayed. 3. Click Create. Set Volume Name, Capacity, and Storage Pool, and click Create. A dialog box is displayed. 4. Click OK. 5. Perform one of the following operations based on the protocol used by the volume: ? For Small computer systems interface (SCSI) storage, click Attach. To manage the attachment relationship between a volume and a block storage client, see Attaching a Volume ? For Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI) storage, click Map. To manage the mapping among a volume, host, and host group, see Creating Mapping. ? To continue to create volumes, click Yes. Then the volume creation page is displayed. After a volume is successfully created, you can view it in the volume list. No further action is required. Create a volume using an existing snapshot. 7. On the FusionStorage web client, choose Resource Pool > Snapshot Management. The Snapshot Management page is displayed. 8. Locate the row that contains the target snapshot and select Create Volume Using Snapshot. A dialog box is displayed. 9. Set Volume Name and Capacity and click Create. A dialog box is displayed. 10. Click OK. A creation success message is displayed. You can locate the row that contains the target snapshot and click Query Volume to query details about all volumes created using this snapshot.

How to Create and Add a Host in FusionStorage
1. On FusionStorage, choose Resource Pool > Volume Management > iSCSI Volume Mapping. The iSCSI Volume Mapping page is displayed. 2. Choose Hosts in the right pane. 3. Click Create. 4. Set the host name and click Yes. The Hosts page is displayed, and the host is successfully created. 5. Check whether the host needs to be added to a host group. ? If yes, go to Step 6. ? If no, no further action is required. Add a host to a host group. 6. Locate the row that contains the host to be added to a host group, click More in the Operation column, and select Add to Host Group. The Add to Host Group page is displayed. 7. Select the host group to which the host is to be added and click OK. The Hosts page is displayed, and the host is successfully added to the host group. You can query the host group information of the host in the row that contains this host.

How to Power Off FusionStorage.
Stop the FusionStorage service. Use PuTTY to log in to the active FSM node. Ensure that the management IP address and user dsware are used to establish the connection. Run the following command to disable user logout upon system timeout: TMOUT=0 Run the following command to stop the FusionStorage service: /opt/dsware/client/bin/dswareTool.sh --op stopDSwareService Information similar to the following is displayed: This operation is high risk,please input y to continue: Enter y as prompted. Enter username cmdadmin and its password as prompted. The default password of user cmdadmin is cmdHuawei@123. The service is successfully stopped if information similar to the following is displayed: Operation finish successfully. Result Code:0 [Tue May 10 16:16:36 CST 2016] DswareTool operation end. Power off the virtualization environment or servers. If FusionStorage is deployed in converged mode, power off the virtualization environment by following operations in the corresponding software documentation. If FusionStorage is deployed in separated mode, power off servers by following operations in the corresponding server documentation.

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