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SRM: Enable an IBM SVC / V9000 / V7000 / V5000 / V3700 array

Updated: 2/21/18

 

Overview

The article contains information on enabling IBM  SVC V9000 / V7000 / V5000 / V3700 arrays can be monitored by SRM. these arrays are monitored by an onboard SMI-S provider.

For more information, please consult the documentation supplied with your array, or contact your vendor or visit the IBM support site.

Environment

  • SRM 6.2+
  • IBM  SVC V9000 / V7000 / V5000 / V3700 arrays with firmware 7.8 or newer

Credentials required to add array

Ensure you have the following information:

  • IP address or hostname for the array
  • Provider username. The default is superuser
  • Provider password. Them default is passw0rd
  • Protocol. The default is HTTPS
  • HTTP port. The default is 5988
  • HTTPS port. The default is 5989
  •  Interop namespace.  The default is /interop
  • Array namespace.  The default is /root/ibm

Enable the array

Collecting provider log files

You can generate CIM log files for diagnostic reporting to the IBM Support Center. CIMOM logs are collected from the SVC/V7000 Management Console GUI.

  1. Launch the management console GUI.
  2. Click Troubleshooting > Support > Download Support Package.
  3. Select the type of log you need and click Download.

Setting the highest level of logging on the CIMOM significantly decreases the performance of the CIMOM. After the diagnostics are collected, reset the logging level.

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