Click on the grey buttons above to open an overlay menu that shows the areas in each major section. Click on the yellow buttons to the right to move between pages in this area. Click on the yellow buttons at the bottom to move between pages in this area. OK, so much for the theory, but how do you configure a DS in practice? You can either use GUI screens, or commands from a command line interface. The commands are more powerful and you can pre-define them into a file and run them as a script.
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Note: Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in Notices. This edition replaces GC and all previous versions of SC Copyright IBM Corporation , Contents Safety and Environmental notices. Messages in the CLI and management console server. Summary of changes.
Introduction to the DS series. Chapter 4. CLI commands. Understanding the syntax diagrams. Common command flags. Framework commands. User account and security commands.
Private network security commands. Application key commands. Data encryption and security commands chkeymgr. Chapter 2. Chapter 3. DS CLI command help. Copyright IBM Corp. Physical resource information commands.
Storage complex configuration commands. Storage unit configuration commands. Storage image configuration commands. Host connection commands. Storage configuration commands. Array site specific commands. Array specific commands. Rank specific commands. Extent pool specific commands. Address group specific commands. Logical control unit specific commands.
CKD logical volume specific commands. Logical subsystem specific commands. Fixed block logical volume specific commands Volume group specific commands. Advanced operation commands. Space-efficient storage commands. Resource Group commands. Copy Services commands. FlashCopy commands. Remote FlashCopy commands.
Remote Mirror and Copy path commands. Remote Mirror and Copy pair commands. Global Mirror commands. Global Mirror session commands. Offload file commands. Chapter 5. Configuring and managing logical storage. Correcting a fixed block configuration error. Managing your logical storage configuration. Modifying an extent pool. Viewing extent pool status. Viewing extent pool properties and performance metrics.
Deleting extent pools from a storage configuration. Viewing the array disk drive module status. Viewing array status. Viewing properties for one array. Removing arrays from a storage configuration or a rank assignment. Adding a rank to an extent pool. Modifying a rank.
Viewing rank status. Viewing properties for one rank. Correcting a rank-related configuration error Removing ranks from a storage configuration Modifying a logical control unit. Viewing logical control unit status. Viewing properties for one logical control unit Removing logical control units from a CKD storage configuration. FlashCopy functions. Creating a FlashCopy relationship. Deleting FlashCopy relationships. Creating remote FlashCopy transactions.
Resynchronizing FlashCopy relationships. Reversing a FlashCopy relationship. Applying the FlashCopy revertible option to existing FlashCopy relationships. Starting a background copy of a FlashCopy relationship. Preventing write operations on FlashCopy target volumes. Creating a FlashCopy target volume on an existing Metro Mirror source volume. Discarding changes to FlashCopy target volumes. Committing data to FlashCopy target volumes Metro Mirror functions. Displaying the status of established paths.
Displaying the WWNN of a storage unit. Creating remote mirror and copy paths. Correcting a path-related configuration error Removing paths. Creating a Metro Mirror relationship. Creating a Metro Mirror consistency group. Resuming a Metro Mirror relationship. Pausing a Metro Mirror relationship. Creating a Global Copy relationship. Deleting a Metro Mirror relationship.
Modifying logical subsystem timeout values. Defining a path that has the consistency option enabled. Monitoring Remote Mirror and Copy paths. Performing a failback recovery operation. Performing a failover recovery operation. Viewing information about Metro Mirror relationships. Converting Global Copy volume pairs to synchronous. Deleting a single volume Metro Mirror relationship. Global Mirror functions.
Adding volumes to a session Global Mirror Modifying the tuning parameters of a Global Mirror session. Modifying the topology of a Global Mirror session. Viewing a Global Mirror session.
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