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> showsys 
> showsys -d

(System Information inclusing serial)


> servicemag status 

(shows if any drive was already evacuated)


> showpd -s 
> showpd -state

(show the state of all drives)


> showpd -i 

(show the drive inventory including type and serial)


> showport -sfp [-d]

(show the SFP ports and their status [detailed list])

showsys (System info)

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showsys - Show system information.

SYNTAX
    showsys [options]

DESCRIPTION
    The showsys command displays the HP 3PAR Storage system properties such as
    a system name, serial number, and system capacity information.

AUTHORITY
    Any role in the system

OPTIONS
    -d
        Specifies that more detailed information about the system is displayed.

    -param
        Specifies that the system parameters are displayed.

    -fan
        Displays the system fan information.

    -space
        Displays the system capacity information in MB (1024^2 bytes).

    -domainspace
        Displays the system capacity information broken down by domain in MB
        (1024^2 bytes).

    -desc
        Displays the system descriptor properties.

    -devtype FC|NL|SSD
        Displays the system capacity information where the disks must have a
        device type string matching the specified device type; either Fast
        Class (FC), Nearline (NL), Solid State Drive (SSD). This option can
        only be issued with the -space option.

SPECIFIERS
    None.

NOTES
    See setsys command for information on setting the threshold parameters
    indicated by the Value column in the output for showsys -param.

    In the output for showsys -param, (from configured settings) indicates that
    the system parameters displayed have been successfully read from the
    Persistent Repository (PR). If the PR is not available (most likely because
    of problems with the admin volume), the output reads (from default settings)
    and the values displayed would indicate the system defaults. When (from
    default settings) is displayed, system parameters cannot be updated.

    If the VVRetentionTimeMax is 0, then the volume retention time in the system
    is disabled.

    For the system capacity information, there might be some overlaps among
    Volumes, System, and Failed Capacities.

EXAMPLES
    The following example displays the system descriptor properties of a HP 3PAR
    storage system:

        cli% showsys -desc
        ------------System s36------------
        System Name  :  s36
        Location     :  Your Facility Address
        Owner        :  Your Company Name
        Contact      :  Joe Admin
        Comment      :  Your Notes

    The following example displays more detailed (-d option) information about
    the same storage server:

        cli% showsys -d
        ------------General-------------
        System Name       :         S424
        System Model      : HP_3PAR 7200
        Serial Number     :      1600424
        System ID         :          424
        Number of Nodes   :            2
        Master Node       :            0
        Nodes Online      :          0,1
        Nodes in Cluster  :          0,1

        -----System Capacity (MB)-----
        Total Capacity      :  6277120
        Allocated Capacity  :   687872
        Free Capacity       :  5589248
        Failed Capacity     :        0

        ---------System Fan---------
        Primary Node ID    :       0
        Secondary Node ID  :       1
        State              :      OK
        LED                :   Green
        Speed              :  Normal
        Primary Node ID    :       1
        Secondary Node ID  :       0
        State              :      OK
        LED                :   Green
        Speed              :  Normal

        --------System Descriptors--------
        Location  :
        Owner     :
        Contact   :
        Comment   :


Space details

> showsys -space


IOPS Stats

statvlun -ni -iter 1 -hostsum

Output:

14:09:22 10/13/2018 r/w I/O per second          KBytes per sec    Svt ms       IOSz KB     
           Hostname      Cur  Avg  Max     Cur     Avg     Max  Cur  Avg    Cur    Avg Qlen
     FF1EPPINFVMH02   t  105  105  105    2278    2278    2278 0.42 0.42   21.7   21.7    0
...

Virtual Volumes

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Show Virtual Volumes

showvv -listcols
showvv -showcols Name,VV_WWN,SnpCPG


Create Virtual Volume

createvv -tpvv -pol zero_detect -snp_cpg FC_Snap FC_r6 FF3_VMW_AO_03  4194304
-Tpvv                Thin provisions Virtual Volume
-pol zero_detect     I believe it is needed to thin luns
-snp_cfg FC_Snap     Where the writes will go for snapshots. HP refers to this as snap or copy space
FF3_VMW_AO_03        Name: this is the lun name
4194304              Size: This is the number to 4tb


Move volume to another CPG using tunevv

Assuming I want to move a virtual volume (VV12_AO) to another new CPG (FC_r6):

tunevv usr_cpg FC_r6 VV12_AO

The logical disks used for user space are moved to CPG FC_r6 for virtual volume VV12_AO If you want to move the VV regions only use:

tunevv usr_cpg FC_r6 -src_cpg FC_r5 VV12_AO


Assuming I want to move a virtual volume (VV12_AO) to another new SnapCPG (FC_Snap):

tunevv snp_cpg FC_Snap VV12_AO

Unfortunatly you will have to run both commands seperatly. As of the documentation they can't be combined.

Auth LDAP

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Set LDAP auth

setauthparam -f -clearall
setauthparam -f ldap-server 10.30.111.112
setauthparam -f ldap-server-hn STGWPVEURDC02.<DOMAIN>.<DOMAIN>.com
setauthparam -f kerberos-realm <DOMAIN>.<DOMAIN>.com
setauthparam -f binding sasl
setauthparam -f sasl-mechanism GSSAPI
setauthparam -f accounts-dn "OU=PrivilegedAccounts,OU=Accounts,DC=<DOMAIN>,DC=<DOMAIN>,DC=com" 
setauthparam -f account-obj user
setauthparam -f account-name-attr sAMAccountName 
setauthparam -f memberof-attr memberOf
setauthparam -f super-map "CN=SAN_Admins,OU=PrivilegedRoles,OU=Groups,DC=<DOMAIN>,DC=<DOMAIN>,DC=com"
setauthparam -f browse-map "CN=SAN_ReadOnly,OU=PrivilegedRoles,OU=Groups,DC=<DOMAIN>,DC=<DOMAIN>,DC=com"

Check that it works for you:

checkpassword <LDAP-Username>
...
...
user <LDAP-Username> is authenticated and authorized

Get LDAP auth config

% showauthparam
Param             --------------------------------------Value---------------------------------------
ldap-server       10.30.111.106                                                                       
ldap-server-hn    DC05.<DOMAIN>.<TLD>                                                          
kerberos-realm    <DOMAIN>.<TLD>                                                               
binding           sasl                                                                              
sasl-mechanism    GSSAPI
[...]


Network

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get network settings

% shownet
IP Address    Netmask/PrefixLen Nodes Active Speed Duplex AutoNeg Status
10.11.12.100     255.255.255.0    01      0  1000 Full   Yes     Active

Default route :     10.11.12.1
NTP server    :     10.30.111.111
DNS server    :     10.11.12.42


set DNS server

Add:

setnet dns -add 10.30.111.111

Remove:

setnet dns -remove 10.30.111.111


re-new expired certificates

Show the actual cert:

% showcert
Service         Commonname              Type Enddate                  Fingerprint                             
unified-server* HP_3PAR 8200-CZ3740W5MD cert Oct 16 15:36:12 2020 GMT bdae8ff911a32e50a65a81dbae656b46112fa992


Renew the cert:

createcert unified-server -selfsigned -CN 3par.yadda.com -SAN DNS:3par-alias.yadda.com,DNS:10.12.13.14
The following services will be restarted if currently running:
  cim: manages communications with SMI-S clients

  wsapi: Web Services API server

Continue creating self-signed certificate (yes/no)? yes
Self-signed certificate created.
cimserver restarted
The Web Services API server stopped successfully.

The Web Services API Server will start shortly.

Done!