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I am confused which product is installed.Although able to see two keys(5.0 and 5.1)

Created: 30 Jul 2012 • Updated: 31 Jul 2012 | 9 comments
Zahid.Haseeb's picture
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Environment

Solaris

 

#/opt/VRTSvlic/bin/vxlicrep

   License Key                         = xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
   Product Name                        = VERITAS Storage Foundation Enterprise HA
   Serial Number                       = xxxx
   License Type                        = PERMANENT
   OEM ID                              = 2006
   Editions Product                    = YES

 Features :=
   Reserved                            = 0
   CPU Count                           = Not Restricted                     
   Platform                            = Solaris                            
   VxVM#VERITAS Volume Manager         = Enabled

   VXFS#VERITAS File System            = Enabled
   Version                             = 5.0                                
   Tier#VERITAS Cluster Server         = Unused
   Mode#VERITAS Cluster Server         = VCS
   VERITAS Storage Foundation Enterprise HA = Enabled
   Storage Expert#VERITAS Volume Manager = Enabled
   QLOG#VERITAS File System            = Enabled
   PGR#VERITAS Volume Manager          = Enabled
   Dynamic Lun Expansion#VERITAS Volume Manager = Enabled
   Hardware assisted copy#VERITAS Volume Manager = Enabled
   Cross-platform Data Sharing#VERITAS Volume Manager = Enabled
   File Change Log#VERITAS File System = Enabled
   Cross-platform Data Sharing#VERITAS File System = Enabled
   Extra-Big File Systems#VERITAS File System = Enabled
   Multi-Volume Support#VERITAS File System = Enabled
   FASTRESYNC#VERITAS Volume Manager   = Enabled
   DGSJ#VERITAS Volume Manager         = Enabled
   VXCKPT#VERITAS File System          = Enabled
   Quality of Storage Service#VERITAS File System = Enabled
   VVS_CONFIG#VERITAS Volume Manager   = Enabled

 

 

 

  License Key                         = xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
   Product Name                        = VERITAS Storage Foundation Enterprise HA
   Serial Number                       = xxxx
   License Type                        = PERMANENT
   OEM ID                              = 2006
   Site License                        = YES
   Editions Product                    = YES

 Features :=
   Reserved                            = 0
   CPU Count                           = Not Restricted                     
   Platform                            = un-used                            
   VxVM#VERITAS Volume Manager         = Enabled

   VXFS#VERITAS File System            = Enabled
   Version                             = 5.1                                
   Tier#VERITAS Cluster Server         = Unused
   Mode#VERITAS Cluster Server         = VCS
   VERITAS Storage Foundation Enterprise HA = Enabled
   Storage Expert#VERITAS Volume Manager = Enabled
   QLOG#VERITAS File System            = Enabled
   PGR#VERITAS Volume Manager          = Enabled
   Dynamic Lun Expansion#VERITAS Volume Manager = Enabled
   Hardware assisted copy#VERITAS Volume Manager = Enabled
   Cross-platform Data Sharing#VERITAS Volume Manager = Enabled
   File Change Log#VERITAS File System = Enabled
   Cross-platform Data Sharing#VERITAS File System = Enabled
   Extra-Big File Systems#VERITAS File System = Enabled
   Multi-Volume Support#VERITAS File System = Enabled
   FASTRESYNC#VERITAS Volume Manager   = Enabled
   DGSJ#VERITAS Volume Manager         = Enabled
   VXCKPT#VERITAS File System          = Enabled
   Quality of Storage Service#VERITAS File System = Enabled
   VVS_CONFIG#VERITAS Volume Manager   = Enabled
 

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Gaurav Sangamnerkar's picture

Hi Zahid,

First thing, the product you can install is SFHA as both the license are pointing to same product ..

Secondly on what version you can install, I would say you can install any one of both depending on your needs however would definitely recommend for 5.1 as that is the latest & has more features ..

Regarding the "platform=un-used", not sure on that as I haven't seen that but I still believe that key would work, even a valid key for 5.0 would be working for 5.1.

 

G

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Gaurav Sangamnerkar's picture

Also, once you have made the choice, I would recommend to remove the other key in order to avoid further confusions ..

G

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TonyGriffiths's picture

Essentially, vxlicrep is showing what is currently licensed. The native package commands can be used to query the version of the installed components i.e on Solaris "pkginfo -l package name"

VRTSvcs (VCS)

VRTSvxvm (Volume manager)

VRTSvxfs (File Systems

 

cheers

tony

Zahid.Haseeb's picture

Thanks Gaurav for your kind words. I may not clear the question I think so.

I asked that I have these license installed when I ran the vxlicrep command but I want to make sure which SFHA product currently I have installed. May be pkginfo |grep VRTSvcs or some other.

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Gaurav Sangamnerkar's picture

License only points to what you are licensed to install, it won;t give an indication to what is already installed .... better to analyze pkginfo outputs & find out what is installed ....

 

G

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Zahid.Haseeb's picture

I actually first ran the pkg info command but not able to get the result.

See the result below for reference:

 # pkginfo | grep -i VRTS
system      VRTSamf                          Veritas Asynchronous Monitoring Framework Module
system      VRTSaslapm                       Array Support Libraries and Array Policy Modules for Veritas Volume Manager.
system      VRTSat                           Symantec Product Authentication Service
optional    VRTScps                          Veritas Co-ordination Point Server by Symantec
DataStorage VRTSdbed                         Veritas Storage Foundation for Oracle from Symantec 142631-04SP1(patch-4)
system      VRTSfssdk                        Veritas File System Software Developer Kit by Symantec
system      VRTSgab                          Veritas Group Membership and Atomic Broadcast by Symantec
system      VRTSllt                          Veritas Low Latency Transport by Symantec
application VRTSob                           Veritas Enterprise Administrator Service by Symantec
system      VRTSodm                          VERITAS ODM
application VRTSpbx                          Symantec Private Branch Exchange
optional    VRTSperl                         Perl 5.10.0 for Veritas
application VRTSsfmh                         Veritas Operations Manager Managed Host by Symantec
application VRTSspt                          Veritas Software Support Tools by Symantec
system      VRTSvcs                          Veritas Cluster Server by Symantec
system      VRTSvcsag                        Veritas Cluster Server Bundled Agents by Symantec
system      VRTSvcsea                        Veritas High Availability Enterprise Agents by Symantec
application VRTSvlic                         Symantec License Utilities
system      VRTSvxfen                        Veritas I/O Fencing by Symantec
system      VRTSvxfs                         VERITAS File System
system      VRTSvxvm                         Binaries for VERITAS Volume Manager by Symantec

 

Anyone can elaborate the correct package name if I wrote wrong package name please.

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mikebounds's picture

You have sfha installed (VRTSvxvm + VRTSvxfs for SF and VRTSvcs for HA)

Mike

UK Symantec Consultant in VCS, GCO, SF, VVR, VxAT on Solaris, AIX, HP-ux, Linux & Windows

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Satish K. Pagare's picture

Zahid, you may want to check just the base package versions to confirm exact SFHA product that you have installed. Following may help:

For VCS: # pkginfo -l VRTSvcs or # pkginfo -x VRTSvcs

Similarly same command for VRTSvxfs and VRTSvxvm packages would give you the information about the base SF part that is installed.

Hope that helps.

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Zahid.Haseeb's picture

Thanks satish and all other too. As per satish suggestion my problem is resolved. I am marking your post as solution.

(mike late today ;-))

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