Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.1 SP1 Installation and Upgrade Guide - Windows

Article:DOC2936  |  Created: 2010-09-19  |  Updated: 2010-09-19  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC2936
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Table of Contents:
1. SFW and SFW HA preinstallation and planning
About SFW and SFW HA preinstallation planning and tasks
Prerequisites
Requirements
Disk space requirements
Operating system requirements
General requirements
SFW 5.1 SP1 requirements
SFW HA 5.1 SP1 requirements
Setting up access rights
Licensing
Evaluation license key
Virtual Server license policy
Client license
License management
vxlicrep command
vxlicrep license example
SFW and SFW HA license packages
SFW Basic
SFW Basic Installation
SFW Basic Upgrade
Using the Configuration Checker
VIAS and Configuration Checker
Running the Configuration Checker before installation
Running the Configuration Checker after installation
Using the Configuration Checker wizard
Using the Configuration Checker CLI
Planning tasks
Planning an SFW HA installation
Planning an SFW installation with a Microsoft cluster
Planning a VVR installation
2. Installing SFW or SFW HA
About installing SFW or SFW HA
Preinstallation procedures
Installing Symantec Trusted certificate for unsigned drivers
Enabling the Computer Browser service for Windows Server 2008
Activating Microsoft Windows on your server
Upgrading to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 or SP2
Installing using the Symantec product installer
Installing Storage Foundation HA for Windows
Resetting the driver signing option procedure
Installing using the command line interface
Parameters for setup.exe
Installing and uninstalling Veritas Dynamic Multi-pathing
Prerequisites for DMP DSM installation
Adding DMP DSMs
Installing DMP DSMs on a new standalone server
Installing SFW HA and DMP DSMs on a cluster for the first time
Installing SFW, Microsoft clustering, and DMP DSMs on a cluster for the first time
Adding DMP DSMs to an existing standalone server
Adding DMP DSMs to an existing SFW HA or MSCS cluster
Uninstalling DMP DSMs
3. Configuring SFW or SFW HA
Possible configuration tasks
Changing the default password after installing VCS client
Registering Veritas Volume Manager Disk Group resource type
Configuring an SFW HA cluster
Configuring an iSCSI SAN with SFW
Updating SFW or SFW HA
Adding or removing features
Repairing the installation
Recovery tools
License management
4. Uninstalling SFW or SFW HA
Uninstalling using the product installer
Uninstalling from the command line
Uninstall command examples
5. Preparing for Upgrade
About preparing for upgrade
Checking the supported minimum product versions
Product upgrade preparations
Changing the driver signing options
Enabling the Computer Browser service for Windows Server 2008
Activating Microsoft Windows on your server
Upgrading Microsoft Windows Server 2008 after upgrading to SFW or SFW HA 5.1 SP1
SFW and Microsoft Clustering upgrade notes
SFW HA and VCS configuration upgrade notes
6. Upgrading to SFW 5.1 SP1
About upgrading to SFW 5.1 SP1
Preparing to upgrade to SFW 5.1 SP1 in a VVR environment
Preparing non-clustered VVR environment for upgrade from SFW 4.3 MP2
Preparing non-clustered VVR environment for upgrade from SFW 5.0.x or 5.1.x
Preparing Microsoft clustered VVR environment for upgrade from SFW 4.3 MP2
Preparing Microsoft clustered VVR environment for upgrade from SFW 5.0.x or 5.1.x
Preparing to upgrade in a DMP environment
Preparing to add DMP DSMs to upgraded environment when upgrading to SFW 5.1 SP1
Preparing an existing DMP environment for upgrading to SFW 5.1 SP1
Upgrading to SFW 5.1 SP1
Changing driver signing options
Upgrading using the product installer
Configuring the VxSAS service (VVR only)
Resetting the driver signing options
Upgrading to SFW 5.1 SP1 in a Microsoft cluster environment
Upgrading to SFW SP1 on Node A
Making Node A the active node
Re-enabling VVR in a non-clustered environment
Re-enabling a non-clustered VVR environment after upgrading from 4.3 MP2
Post-upgrade task for a non-clustered VVR environment after upgrading from 5.0.x or 5.1.x
Re-enabling VVR in a Microsoft clustered environment
Re-enabling VVR in a Microsoft clustered environment after upgrade from 4.3 MP2
Re-enabling VVR in a Microsoft clustered environment after upgrade from 5.0.x or 5.1.x
Reconnecting DMP DSM paths after the upgrade
Upgrading dynamic disk group versions
7. Upgrading to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
About upgrading to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Preparing VVR in a VCS environment for upgrade
Preparing VVR for upgrade from SFW HA 4.3 MP2 versions to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Preparing VVR for upgrade from SFW HA 5.0.x or 5.1.x versions to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Preparing VVR on the secondary (DR) site for upgrade
Preparing the primary site for upgrade
Preparing to upgrade for a DMP environment
Preparing to add DMP DSMs to the upgraded environment
Preparing an existing DMP environment for upgrading
Preparing the VCS cluster for upgrade
Removing VCS Management Console 5.1
Saving and closing the cluster configuration
Taking the service groups offline
Closing SFW HA clients
Stopping VCS services
Backing up customized type definitions
Upgrading to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Changing driver signing options
Upgrading using the product installer
Configuring the VxSAS service (VVR only)
Resetting the driver signing options
Performing tasks required after the upgrade
8. Upgrading an Exchange Server cluster
About upgrading an Exchange Server cluster
Overview of tasks
Preparing VVR in a VCS environment for upgrading
Preparing VVR for upgrade from SFW HA 4.3 MP2 versions to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Preparing VVR for upgrade from SFW HA 5.0.x or 5.1.x versions to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Preparing to upgrade for a DMP environment
Preparing to add DMP DSMs to the upgraded environment
Preparing an existing DMP environment for upgrading
Preparing the VCS cluster for upgrade
Removing VCS Management Console 5.1
Saving and closing the cluster configuration
Taking the service groups offline
Closing SFW HA clients
Stopping VCS services
Backing up customized type definitions
Upgrading to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Changing driver signing options
Upgrade using the product installer
Resetting the driver signing options
Assigning VEA administrative privileges
Performing tasks required after the upgrade
9. Upgrading a SQL Server cluster
About upgrading a SQL Server cluster
Overview of tasks
Preparing VVR in a VCS environment for upgrade
Preparing VVR for upgrade from SFW HA 4.3 MP2 versions to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Preparing VVR for upgrade from SFW HA 5.0.x or 5.1.x versions to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Preparing to upgrade for a DMP environment
Preparing to add DMP DSMs to the upgraded environment
Preparing an existing DMP environment for upgrading
Preparing the VCS cluster for upgrade
Removing VCS Management Console 5.1
Saving and closing the cluster configuration
Taking the service groups offline
Closing SFW HA clients
Stopping VCS services
Backing up customized type definitions
Upgrading to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Changing driver signing options
Upgrading using the product installer
Resetting the driver signing options
Performing tasks required after the upgrade
Upgrading your Microsoft SQL Server
Upgrading from Microsoft SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005
Upgrading from Microsoft SQL Server 2000/2005 to Microsoft SQL Server 2008
10. Tasks after SFW HA 5.1 SP1 Upgrade
About tasks after the SFW HA 5.1 SP1 upgrade
Reinstalling VCS Management Console 5.1
Including custom resources in the upgraded cluster
Configuring a secure cluster
Adding a GCO resource to the ClusterService group
Establishing secure communication within the global cluster
Configuring the VxSAS service (VVR only)
Re-enabling VVR after upgrading to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Re-enabling VVR after the upgrading from 4.3 MP2 versions to 5.1 SP1
Re-enabling VVR after upgrading from 5.0.x or 5.1.x to 5.1 SP1
Reconnecting DMP DSM paths after the upgrade
Bringing the print share service group online after the upgrade
Upgrading dynamic disk groups
11. Microsoft Service Pack upgrades
Upgrading the Microsoft Exchange Service Pack
Upgrading to Microsoft Exchange 2003 SP2 in a VCS environment
Upgrading to Microsoft Exchange 2007 SP1 or SP2 in a VCS environment
Upgrading the Microsoft SQL Service Pack
Upgrading Microsoft SQL 2000 to SP4 in a VCS environment
Upgrading Microsoft SQL 2005 to SP1 in a VCS environment
Upgrading Microsoft SQL 2005 to 2005 SP2 or later in a VCS environment
Upgrading Microsoft SQL 2008 to 2008 SP1 in a VCS environment
12. Upgrading an Oracle cluster
About upgrading an Oracle cluster
Upgrade matrix for an Oracle cluster
Upgrading to SFW HA 5.1 SP1
Upgrading Oracle in a VCS cluster
Upgrading the Oracle application
Additional tasks after upgrading Oracle
Associating the updated database with the listener
Configuring the database and listener to use the virtual IP address
Configuring Oracle and listener services
Modifying the ServiceName attribute for the netlsnr resource
About SFW HA services and ports

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SFWHA_InstallUpgrade_51SP1.pdf (4.8 MBytes)

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