How to Modify the Third-Party Backup Server Settings in FusionStorage

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Use PuTTY to log in to the active FSM node.
Ensure that the FSM floating IP address and username dsware are used to establish the connection.
Run the following command to disable logout on timeout:
TMOUT=0
Run the following command to switch to the directory containing the command line execution tool:
cd /opt/dsware/client/bin/
Run different commands based on different port numbers and enter the new password as prompted to modify the third-party backup server settings.
NOTE:
Because of system security hardening, you are required to enter the username and password for authentication after running the dswareTool command of FusionStorage. The default username to be authenticated is cmdadmin, and its default password is cmdHuawei@123.
The system supports authentication using environment variables so that you do not need to repeatedly enter the username and password for authentication after running the dswareTool command each time. For details about how to import environment variables, see Authentication Using Environment Variables.
sh dswareTool.sh --op setBackupServer -ip IP address -port Port number -u 'Username' -t ftp or ftps -isUpload true or false
For example, run the sh dswareTool.sh --op setBackupServer -ip 192.168.40.100 -port 25 -u 'test' -t ftps -isUpload true
Table 1 describes the parameters in the preceding commands.
The third-party backup server settings are modified successfully if the command output contains the following information:
Operation finish successfully. Result Code:0

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How to Set the Maximum Number of Backup files in FusionStorage
Use PuTTY to log in to the FSM node. Ensure that the FSM floating IP address and username dsware are used to establish the connection. Run the following command and enter the password of user root to switch to user root: su - root Run the following command to disable logout on timeout: TMOUT=0 Run the following command to switch to the directory containing the backup configuration file: cd /opt/dsware/manager/webapps/dsware/WEB-INF Run the following command to open the backup configuration file using the visual interface (vi) editor: vi BackupConf.properties Press i to enter editing mode. Change the value of the following parameter: maxBackupCount: specifies the maximum number of FusionStorage backup files that can be stored. Press Esc, enter :wq, and press Enter. The system saves the configuration and exits the vi editor. Run the following command to display the content in the backup configuration file: cat BackupConf.properties Check whether the maxBackupCount parameter is set correctly. If yes, no further action is required. If no, go to Step 11. Perform Step 5 to Step 9 to change the maximum number of backup files if the original setting is inappropriate. NOTE: If the value setting fails again, contact technical support.

How can I add TE20 to a cloud platform conference?
1. On the main menu page, press any digit key on the remote control. The Call page is displayed. 2. In the text box, enter the virtual conference room domain name (for example, HUAWEI_TE20.vmr@videxio.com) or remote site URI (for example, TE20GZ). 3. Press the key on the remote control to move the focus to the call icon and press the confirm key. If no password is set for the conference, you directly join the conference. If a password is set for the conference, go to the following steps. 4. Press any digit key on the remote control. The Secondary Dial dialog box is displayed. 5. Enter the conference password to join the conference.

Whether the WWNs of external LUNs change after V3 series unified storage systems use the SmartVirtualization feature to take over the external LUNs
The WWN rules vary according to vendors. Therefore, after the local storage system takes over external LUNs and creates eDevLUNs, the WWNs of the eDevLUNs are different from those of the external LUNs. For some vendors, the WWN of an external LUN may be displayed as UUID.

What is the peripheral policy in FusionCloud?
FusionCloud 6.x supports the following third-party devices: F5 and RadWare load balancers. The F5 load balancer is recommended. Load balancer (F5): In FusionCloud 6.1, the mapping device model is F5 BIG-IP 2000S/4000S, the operating system version is V12.1.X or later, and the plug-in version is 9.8.8.1. In FusionCloud 6.0, the mapping device model is F5 BIGIP LTM 2000S, the operating system version is V12 or later, and the plug-in version is 9.3.3.b2. The F5 company provides information about the device models, operating system and plug-in versions, and sales strategies in China and outside China. Load balancer (Radware): The mapping device model is Radware Alteon5224 and the mapping version is SLB 30.2.5.0. The device does not support network automation. In other words, manual configuration is required.

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