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100 1  Redbooks, IBM 
245 10 Managing Disk Subsystems using IBM TotalStorage 
       Productivity Center 
264  1 Durham :|bI B M,|c2005 
264  4 |c©2005 
300    1 online resource (554 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
505 0  Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- 
       Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a 
       published author -- Comments welcome -- Chapter 1. IBM 
       TotalStorage Productivity Center overview -- 1.1 
       Introduction to IBM TotalStorage Productivity Center -- 
       1.1.1 Standards organizations and standards -- 1.2 IBM 
       TotalStorage Open Software family -- 1.3 IBM TotalStorage 
       Productivity Center -- 1.3.1 Data subject matter expert: 
       TotalStorage Productivity Center for Data -- 1.3.2 Fabric 
       subject matter expert: Productivity Center for Fabric -- 
       1.3.3 Disk subject matter expert: TotalStorage 
       Productivity Center for Disk -- 1.3.4 Replication subject 
       matter expert: Productivity Center for Replication -- 1.4 
       IBM TotalStorage Productivity Center -- 1.4.1 Productivity
       Center for Disk and Productivity Center for Replication --
       1.4.2 Event services -- 1.5 Taking steps toward an On 
       Demand environment -- Chapter 2. Key concepts -- 2.1 
       Standards organizations and standards -- 2.1.1 CIM/WEB 
       management model -- 2.2 Storage Networking Industry 
       Association -- 2.2.1 The SNIA Shared Storage Model -- 
       2.2.2 SMI Specification -- 2.2.3 Integrating existing 
       devices into the CIM model -- 2.2.4 CIM Agent 
       implementation -- 2.2.5 CIM Object Manager -- 2.3 Common 
       Information Model (CIM) -- 2.3.1 How the CIM Agent works -
       - 2.4 Service Location Protocol (SLP) -- 2.4.1 SLP 
       architecture -- 2.4.2 SLP service agent -- 2.4.3 SLP user 
       agent -- 2.4.4 SLP directory agent -- 2.4.5 Why use an SLP
       DA? -- 2.4.6 When to use DAs -- 2.4.7 SLP configuration 
       recommendation -- 2.4.8 Setting up the Service Location 
       Protocol Directory Agent -- 2.4.9 Configuring SLP 
       Directory Agent addresses -- 2.5 Productivity Center for 
       Disk and Replication architecture -- Chapter 3. 
       TotalStorage Productivity Center suite installation -- 3.1
       Installing the IBM TotalStorage Productivity Center 
505 8  3.1.1 Configurations -- 3.1.2 Installation prerequisites -
       - 3.1.3 TCP/IP ports used by TotalStorage Productivity 
       Center -- 3.1.4 Default databases created during install -
       - 3.2 Pre-installation check list -- 3.2.1 User IDs and 
       security -- 3.2.2 Certificates and key files -- 3.3 
       Services and service accounts -- 3.3.1 Starting and 
       stopping the managers -- 3.3.2 Uninstall Internet 
       Information Services -- 3.3.3 SNMP install -- 3.4 IBM 
       TotalStorage Productivity Center for Fabric -- 3.4.1 The 
       computer name -- 3.4.2 Database considerations -- 3.4.3 
       Windows Terminal Services -- 3.4.4 Tivoli NetView -- 3.4.5
       Personal firewall -- 3.4.6 Change the HOSTS file -- 3.5 
       Installation process -- 3.5.1 Prerequisite product install
       : DB2 and WebSphere -- 3.5.2 Installing IBM Director -- 
       3.5.3 Tivoli Agent Manager -- 3.5.4 IBM TotalStorage 
       Productivity Center for Disk and Replication Base -- 3.5.5
       IBM TotalStorage Productivity Center for Disk -- 3.5.6 IBM
       TotalStorage Productivity Center for Replication -- 3.5.7 
       IBM TotalStorage Productivity Center for Fabric -- Chapter
       4. CIMOM installation and configuration -- 4.1 
       Introduction -- 4.2 Planning considerations for Service 
       Location Protocol -- 4.2.1 Considerations for using SLP 
       DAs -- 4.2.2 SLP configuration recommendation -- 4.3 
       General performance guidelines -- 4.4 Planning 
       considerations for CIMOM -- 4.4.1 CIMOM configuration 
       recommendations -- 4.5 Installing CIM agent for ESS -- 
       4.5.1 ESS CLI install -- 4.5.2 ESS CIM Agent install -- 
       4.5.3 Post Installation tasks -- 4.6 Configuring the ESS 
       CIM Agent for Windows -- 4.6.1 Registering ESS Devices -- 
       4.6.2 Register ESS server for Copy services -- 4.6.3 
       Restart the CIMOM -- 4.6.4 CIMOM User Authentication -- 
       4.7 Verifying connection to the ESS -- 4.7.1 Problem 
       determination -- 4.7.2 Confirming the ESS CIMOM is 
       available 
505 8  4.7.3 Setting up the Service Location Protocol Directory 
       Agent -- 4.7.4 Configuring IBM Director for SLP discovery 
       -- 4.7.5 Registering the ESS CIM Agent to SLP -- 4.7.6 
       Verifying and managing CIMOMs availability -- 4.8 
       Installing CIM agent for IBM DS4000 family -- 4.8.1 
       Verifying and Managing CIMOM availability -- 4.9 
       Configuring CIMOM for SAN Volume Controller -- 4.9.1 
       Adding the SVC TotalStorage Productivity Center for Disk 
       user account -- 4.9.2 Registering the SAN Volume 
       Controller host in SLP -- 4.10 Configuring CIMOM for 
       TotalStorage Productivity Center for Disk summary -- 
       4.10.1 SLP registration and slptool -- 4.10.2 Persistency 
       of SLP registration -- 4.10.3 Configuring slp.reg file -- 
       Chapter 5. TotalStorage Productivity Center common base 
       use -- 5.1 Productivity Center common base: Introduction -
       - 5.2 Launching TotalStorage Productivity Center -- 5.3 
       Exploiting Productivity Center common base -- 5.3.1 
       Configure MDM -- 5.3.2 Launch Device Manager -- 5.3.3 
       Discovering new storage devices -- 5.3.4 Manage CIMOMs -- 
       5.3.5 Manually removing old CIMOM entries -- 5.4 
       Performing volume inventory -- 5.5 Working with ESS -- 
       5.5.1 Changing the display name of an ESS -- 5.5.2 ESS 
       Volume inventory -- 5.5.3 Assigning and unassigning ESS 
       volumes -- 5.5.4 Creating new ESS volumes -- 5.5.5 Launch 
       device manager for an ESS device -- 5.6 Working with SAN 
       Volume Controller -- 5.6.1 Changing the display name of a 
       SAN Volume Controller -- 5.6.2 Working with SAN Volume 
       Controller mdisks -- 5.6.3 Creating new Mdisks on 
       supported storage devices -- 5.6.4 Create and view SAN 
       Volume Controller Vdisks -- 5.7 Working with DS4000 family
       or FAStT storage -- 5.7.1 Changing the display name of a 
       DS4000 or FAStT -- 5.7.2 Working with DS4000 or FAStT 
       volumes -- 5.7.3 Creating DS4000 or FAStT volumes -- 5.7.4
       Assigning hosts to DS4000 and FAStT volumes 
505 8  5.7.5 Unassigning hosts from DS4000 or FAStT volumes -- 
       5.8 Event Action Plan Builder -- 5.8.1 Applying an Event 
       Action Plan to a managed system or group -- 5.8.2 
       Exporting and importing Event Action Plans -- Chapter 6. 
       TotalStorage Productivity Center for Disk use -- 6.1 
       Performance Manager GUI -- 6.2 Exploiting Performance 
       Manager -- 6.2.1 Performance Manager data collection -- 
       6.2.2 Using IBM Director Scheduler function -- 6.2.3 
       Reviewing Data collection task status -- 6.2.4 Managing 
       Performance Manager Database -- 6.2.5 Performance Manager 
       gauges -- 6.2.6 ESS thresholds -- 6.2.7 Data collection 
       for SAN Volume Controller -- 6.2.8 SAN Volume Controller 
       thresholds -- 6.3 Exploiting gauges -- 6.3.1 Before you 
       begin -- 6.3.2 Creating gauges example -- 6.3.3 Zooming in
       on the specific time period -- 6.3.4 Modify gauge to view 
       array level metrics -- 6.3.5 Modify gauge to review 
       multiple metrics in same chart -- 6.4 Performance Manager 
       command line interface -- 6.4.1 Performance Manager CLI 
       commands -- 6.4.2 Sample command outputs -- 6.5 Volume 
       Performance Advisor (VPA) -- 6.5.1 VPA introduction -- 
       6.5.2 The provisioning challenge -- 6.5.3 Workload 
       characterization and workload profiles -- 6.5.4 Workload 
       profile values -- 6.5.5 How the Volume Performance Advisor
       makes decisions -- 6.5.6 Enabling the Trace Logging for 
       Director GUI Interface -- 6.6 Getting started -- 6.6.1 
       Workload profiles -- 6.6.2 Using VPA with predefined 
       Workload profile -- 6.6.3 Launching VPA tool -- 6.6.4 ESS 
       User Validation -- 6.6.5 Configuring VPA settings for the 
       ESS diskspace request -- 6.6.6 Choosing Workload Profile -
       - 6.6.7 Choosing candidate locations -- 6.6.8 Verify 
       settings for VPA -- 6.6.9 Approve recommendations -- 
       6.6.10 VPA loopback after Implement Recommendations 
       selected -- 6.7 Creating and managing Workload Profiles --
       6.7.1 Choosing Workload Profiles 
505 8  6.8 Remote Console installation for TotalStorage 
       Productivity Center for Disk - Performance Manager -- 
       6.8.1 Installing IBM Director Console -- 6.8.2 Installing 
       TotalStorage Productivity Center for Disk Base Remote 
       Console -- 6.8.3 Installing Remote Console for Performance
       Manager function -- 6.8.4 Launching Remote Console for 
       TotalStorage Productivity Center -- Chapter 7. 
       TotalStorage Productivity Center for Fabric use -- 7.1 
       TotalStorage Productivity Center for Fabric overview -- 
       7.1.1 Zoning overview -- 7.1.2 Supported switches for 
       zoning -- 7.1.3 Deployment -- 7.1.4 Enabling zone control 
       -- 7.1.5 TotalStorage Productivity Center for Disk eFix --
       7.1.6 Installing the eFix -- 7.2 Installing Fabric remote 
       console -- 7.3 TotalStorage Productivity Center for Disk 
       integration -- 7.4 Launching TotalStorage Productivity 
       Center for Fabric -- Chapter 8. TotalStorage Productivity 
       Center for Replication use -- 8.1 TotalStorage 
       Productivity Center for Replication overview -- 8.1.1 
       Supported Copy Services -- 8.1.2 Replication session -- 
       8.1.3 Storage group -- 8.1.4 Storage pools -- 8.1.5 
       Relationship of group, pool, and session -- 8.1.6 Copyset 
       and sequence concepts -- 8.2 Exploiting TotalStorage 
       Productivity Center for Replication -- 8.2.1 Before you 
       start -- 8.2.2 Creating a storage group -- 8.2.3 Modifying
       a storage group -- 8.2.4 Viewing storage group properties 
       -- 8.2.5 Deleting a storage group -- 8.2.6 Creating a 
       storage pool -- 8.2.7 Modifying a storage pool -- 8.2.8 
       Deleting a storage pool -- 8.2.9 Viewing storage pool 
       properties -- 8.2.10 Storage paths -- 8.2.11 Point-in-Time
       Copy: Creating a session -- 8.2.12 Creating a session: 
       Verifying source-target relationship -- 8.2.13 Continuous 
       Synchronous Remote Copy: Creating a session -- 8.2.14 
       Managing a Point-in-Time copy -- 8.2.15 Managing a 
       Continuous Synchronous Remote Copy 
505 8  8.3 Using Command Line Interface (CLI) for replication 
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