Changing the storage pool authority password when PDDO is enabled

Article:HOWTO15382  |  Created: 2009-01-16  |  Updated: 2009-01-31  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO15382
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Changing the storage pool authority password when PDDO is enabled

The following procedures explain how to change the PureDisk storage pool authority root password when PDDO is enabled.

To change the root user password on the storage pool authority

  1. Logon to the PureDisk Web UI as root.

  2. Click the Configuration tab.

  3. In the middle pane, expand User Management > Users > root.

  4. Select the root user.

  5. In the left pane, select Modify Password.

  6. In the Modify Password page, complete the New Password and Confirm Password fields and click Save.

  7. Change the root user password on the media server.

    “To change the root user password on a Linux or Solaris SPARC media server”

    “To change the root user password on a Windows media server”

To change the root user password on a Linux or Solaris SPARC media server

  1. Logon to the media server as root.

  2. Type the following command:

    # /usr/openv/volmgr/bin/tpconfig
    
    
  3. Select 3) Credentials Configuration.

  4. Select 3) OpenStorage Server.

  5. Type the storage server’s name, the root user’s logon, and the root user’s new password.

  6. Edit from tpconfig.

To change the root user password on a Windows media server

  1. Logon to the media server as root.

  2. Click Start > Run.

  3. Type cmd and click Open.

  4. Type the following command:

    C:\Program Files\Veritas\Volmgr\bin> tpconfig -update -storage_server SPA_name
    
    -stype PureDisk -sts_user_id root -password passwd
    
    

    For SPA_name, specify the name of the storage pool authority.

    For passwd, specify the root user’s new password.

  5. (Optional) Restart NetBackup services.


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