Symantec™ VirtualStore 6.0.1 Installation and Configuration Guide - Solaris

Article:DOC5840  |  Created: 2012-08-15  |  Updated: 2013-06-13  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC5840
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Symantec™ VirtualStore 6.0.1 Installation and Configuration Guide - Solaris

Contents

I. Installation overview and planning
1. Introducing Symantec VirtualStore
About Symantec VirtualStore
About Symantec VirtualStore solution for VMware environment
About I/O fencing
About configuring SVS clusters for data integrity
About preferred fencing
2. System requirements
Release notes
Hardware compatibility list (HCL)
Supported operating systems
I/O fencing requirements
Veritas File System requirements
Database requirements
Disk space requirements
Discovering product versions and various requirement information
3. Planning to install Symantec VirtualStore
About planning for SVS installation
About installation and configuration methods
About the Veritas installer
Assessing the system for installation readiness
Downloading the Symantec VirtualStore software
Setting environment variables
Optimizing LLT media speed settings on private NICs
Guidelines for setting the media speed of the LLT interconnects
Creating the /opt directory
About using ssh or rsh with the Veritas installer
Setting up shared storage
Creating root user
Prerequisites for installing Symantec VirtualStore
Hardware overview and requirements for Symantec VirtualStore
4. Licensing Symantec VirtualStore
About Veritas product licensing
Setting or changing the product level for keyless licensing
Installing Veritas product license keys
II. Preinstallation tasks
5. Preparing to install SVS
Making the IPS publisher accessible
III. Installation using the script-based installer
6. Installing Symantec VirtualStore using the script-based installer
Installing Symantec VirtualStore using the installer
Configuring Symantec VirtualStore in secure mode
7. Preparing to configure Symantec VirtualStore
About planning to configure I/O fencing
Setting up the CP server
8. Configuring Symantec VirtualStore
Overview of tasks to configure Symantec VirtualStore using the script-based installer
Configuring SVS using the script-based installer
9. Configuring SVS for data integrity
Setting up disk-based I/O fencing using installsvs
Setting up disk-based I/O fencing manually
Setting up server-based I/O fencing using installsvs
Setting up non-SCSI-3 server-based I/O fencing in virtual environments using installsvs
Setting up server-based I/O fencing manually
Setting up non-SCSI-3 fencing in virtual environments manually
Enabling or disabling the preferred fencing policy
IV. Installation using the Web-based installer
10. Installing Symantec VirtualStore using the Web-based installer
About the Web-based installer
Before using the Veritas Web-based installer
Starting the Veritas Web-based installer
Obtaining a security exception on Mozilla Firefox
Performing a pre-installation check with the Veritas Web-based installer
Setting installer options with the Web-based installer
Installing SVS with the Web-based installer
11. Configuring Symantec VirtualStore
Configuring Symantec VirtualStore using the Web-based installer
V. Automated installation using response files
12. Performing an automated Symantec VirtualStore installation
Installing SVS using response files
13. Performing an automated Symantec VirtualStore configuration
Configuring SVS using response files
Response file variables to configure Symantec VirtualStore
14. Performing an automated I/O fencing configuration using response files
Configuring I/O fencing using response files
Response file variables to configure disk-based I/O fencing
Sample response file for configuring disk-based I/O fencing
Response file variables to configure server-based I/O fencing
Sample response file for configuring server-based I/O fencing
Response file variables to configure non-SCSI-3 server-based I/O fencing
Sample response file for configuring non-SCSI-3 server-based I/O fencing
VI. Installation using operating system-specific methods
15. Installing Symantec VirtualStore using operating system-specific methods
Installing SVS on Solaris 10 using JumpStart
Installing SVS on Solaris 11 using Automated Installer
Manually installing packages on Oracle Solaris 11 systems
Manually installing packages on Solaris brand non-global zones
Installing SVS using the system command
VII. Upgrading Symantec VirtualStore
16. Preparing to upgrade
Upgrade methods for SVS
Supported upgrade paths
About using the installer to upgrade when the root disk is encapsulated
Preparing to upgrade SVS
17. Performing a full upgrade using the installer
Performing a full upgrade
18. Performing a phased upgrade
Performing a phased upgrade of SVS stack from version 5.1 SP1
19. Performing a rolling upgrade
Performing a rolling upgrade using the installer
Performing a rolling upgrade of SVS using the Web-based installer
20. Upgrading the operating system
Upgrading the Solaris operating system
VIII. Post-installation tasks
21. Performing post-upgrade tasks
Changing root user into root role
Re-joining the backup boot disk group into the current disk group
Reverting to the backup boot disk group after an unsuccessful upgrade
Register the new plugin
IX. Setting up Symantec VirtualStore
22. Setting up VirtualStore
About setting up VirtualStore
Disabling SMF for NFS daemons
Setting up Clustered NFS
Setting up the VirtualStore vSphere Service Console
Registering the VirtualStore cluster
Verifying the VirtualStore cluster
Virtual machine customization pre-requisites
VMware View Integration pre-requisites
Unregistering the VirtualStore cluster
Displays all the VMware vCenter Servers registered
Useful links from VMware on NFS support and customization while cloning virtual machines
X. Using the extensions for Symantec VirtualStore
23. Using the VirtualStore Plug-in for VMware vSphere
About the VMware vSphere Plug-in for VirtualStore
Adding storage to ESX servers
Creating a virtual machine
Creating virtual machine clones using Symantec FileSnap
Specifying the number of virtual machine clones to be created
Specifying where to create the virtual machine clones
Specifying the guest operating system if customizing for Linux or Windows
Specifying network customization parameters for guest operating systems if using DHCP or Static IP
Configuring the VMware View
Configuring Citrix XenDesktop
Verifying the virtual machine clones
24. Using the Citrix XenDesktop extension for Symantec VirtualStore
About adding virtual machine clones to Citrix XenDesktop
Connecting Citrix XenDesktop to a vCenter Server
Adding a connection
Creating virtual machine clones using the Citrix XenDesktop extension
Importing virtual machines to Citrix Desktop Studio
Creating a desktop group and testing the deployment
XI. Adding and removing nodes
25. Adding a node to a cluster
About adding a node to a cluster
Before adding a node to a cluster
Adding a node to a cluster using the SVS installer
Adding a node using the Web-based installer
Adding the node to a cluster manually
Starting Cluster Volume Manager (CVM) and Cluster File System (CFS)
After adding the new node
26. Removing a node from a cluster
Removing a node from a SVS cluster
XII. Uninstallation of Symantec VirtualStore
27. Uninstalling Symantec VirtualStore
About removing Symantec VirtualStore
Shutting down cluster operations
Disabling the agents on a system
Removing the Replicated Data Set
Uninstalling SVS packages using the script-based installer
Uninstalling SVS with the Veritas Web-based installer
Removing the CP server configuration using the installer program
XIII. Installation reference
A. Tunable files for installation
About setting tunable parameters using the installer or a response file
Setting tunables for an installation, configuration, or upgrade
Setting tunables with no other installer-related operations
Setting tunables with an un-integrated response file
Preparing the tunables file
Setting parameters for the tunables file
Tunables value parameter definitions
B. Installation scripts
Installation script options
Restarting the installer after a failed connection
Starting and stopping processes for the Veritas products
Installation program has improved failure handling
C. Configuration files
About I/O fencing configuration files
D. Response files
About response files
Upgrading SVS using response files
Uninstalling SVS using response files
Syntax in the response file
Response file variables to install, upgrade, or uninstall Symantec VirtualStore
Sample response file for Symantec VirtualStore installation
Sample response file for Symantec VirtualStore configuration
E. Configuring the secure shell or the remote shell for communications
About configuring secure shell or remote shell communication modes before installing products
Manually configuring and passwordless ssh
Restarting the ssh session
Enabling and disabling rsh for Solaris
F. SVS components
Symantec VirtualStore installation packages
Veritas Cluster Server installation packages
Veritas Cluster File System installation packages
Chinese language packages
Japanese language packages
Veritas Storage Foundation obsolete and reorganized installation packages
G. Sample SVS cluster setup diagrams for CP server-based I/O fencing
Configuration diagrams for setting up server-based I/O fencing
H. Configuring LLT over UDP using IPv6
Using the UDP layer of IPv6 for LLT
Manually configuring LLT over UDP using IPv6
I. Configuring LLT over UDP using IPv4
Using the UDP layer for LLT
Manually configuring LLT over UDP using IPv4
J. Compatability issues when installing Symantec VirtualStore with other products
Installing, uninstalling, or upgrading Storage Foundation products when other Veritas products are present
Installing, uninstalling, or upgrading Storage Foundation products when VOM is already present
Installing, uninstalling, or upgrading Storage Foundation products when NetBackup is already present

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