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Document ID: 251605

http://support.veritas.com/docs/251605

Veritas Enabled Arrays - Array Support Library for EMC CLARiiON FC4700, FC4700-2,
CX300, CX400, CX500, CX600, and CX700 arrays (Active/Passive) on Veritas Volume
Manager (tm) 3.2, 3.5, and 4.0 for Solaris

Details:
This TechFile provides information about EMC CLARiiON FC4700, FC4700-2
(Active/Passive), and CX300/400/500/600/700 (Active/Passive) arrays on Veritas
Volume Manager 3.2, 3.5, and 4.0 for Solaris.
For general information about Array Support Libraries (ASLs), see TechNote 249446
(link in the Related Documents section of this TechFile)
Package Name: EMC CLARIION Array Support Library
Package Version: 1.04
Supported versions of Veritas Volume Manager: 3.2, 3.5, 4.0
Supported Arrays: CLARiiON FC4700, FC4700-2, CX300, CX400, CX500, CX600, and CX700
(Active/Passive)

At the bottom of this TechFile, click Download Now to download the ASL package
After downloading clr-asl_251605.tar.Z, uncompress the file in /tmp:
# zcat clr-asl_251605.tar.Z | tar xvf -

Before adding the ASL package, ensure Veritas Volume Manager is installed and
enabled:
# vxdctl mode
mode: enabled
Also ensure logical unit numbers (LUNs) from the CLARiiON array are visible to
Volume Manager and that the array is configured in auto-trespass mode.
Warning: If installing on Solaris 9, then set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to /usr/lib. See
TechNote 251706 for complete information (link in the Related Documents section of
this TechFile).
Note: To verify that the array is configured correctly in auto-trespass mode,
follow the EMC document EMC Installation Roadmap for CX-Series and FC-Series
Storage Systems, Chapter 6 - "Solaris Installation Checklists", and "Set Failover
Mode and System type."

To install the package:


# pkgadd -d .

Verify the support for the new ASL:


# vxddladm listsupport | grep -i libvxDGCclariion
libvxDGCclariion.so A/P DGC CLARiiON

You must run the vxdctl enable command to claim the disk array as a CLARiiON
array:
# vxdctl enable

Below is an example of how the listing should look after it has been claimed. The
command should list the type as EMC-CLARiiON.
# vxdmpadm listctlr all
CTLR-NAME ENCLR-TYPE STATE ENCLR-NAME
=====================================================
c1 SENA ENABLED SENA0
c2 EMC_CLARiiON ENABLED EMC_CLARiiON0
c3 EMC_CLARiiON ENABLED EMC_CLARiiON0
Pkginfo output:

# pkginfo -l CLR-ASL
PKGINST: CLR-ASL
NAME: EMC CLARIION Array Support Library
CATEGORY: system
ARCH: sparc
VERSION: 1.04,REV=07.25.2002.17.36
BASEDIR: /etc/vx
VENDOR: EMC Corp
DESC: EMC CLARIION Array Support Library
PSTAMP: VERSION-1.04:14-February-2002
INSTDATE: Oct 30 2002 14:46
HOTLINE: 800-782-4362
STATUS: completely installed
FILES: 4 installed pathnames
2 shared pathnames
2 directories
2 executables
68 blocks used (approx)

For additional information about ASLs, see Installing an Array Support Library
(ASL) Guide for Solaris, TechNote 249325 (link in the Related Documents section of
this TechFile)

Download Now - 24 K
File Name: clr-asl_251605.tar.Z
File Type: Driver

Click Below to Browse the FTP files by Product:


ftp.support.veritas.com/pub/support/products

Related Documents:

249325: VERITAS Enabled Arrays - Installing an Array Support Library (ASL) Guide
for Solaris
http://support.veritas.com/docs/249325

249446: VERITAS Enabled Arrays - Introduction to the Array Support Library


http://support.veritas.com/docs/249446

251706: On Solaris 9, VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) vxddladm command may cause a
core dump when using the addsupport or addjbod options.
http://support.veritas.com/docs/251706

256483: Applying the Array Support Library (ASL) for EMC CLARiiON arrays causes
"vxdmpadm listctlr all" to report the same controller multiple times.
http://support.veritas.com/docs/256483

275527: Addendum to Solaris Hardware Compatibility List explaining the


supportability restrictions for A/P, A/PF, and A/PG arrays with VERITAS Volume
Manager for Sun T3/T4/6130(DMP/MPXIO) Hitachi 9200/9500 , EMC Clariion , Fujitsu
E3000/G Series , ADTX
http://support.veritas.com/docs/275527
Products Applied:
Volume Manager for UNIX/Linux 3.2 (Solaris), 3.5 (Solaris), 4.0 (Solaris)

Last Updated: July 29 2006 12:29 AM GMT


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Subjects:
Solaris
Application: Compatibility
Equipment: Configuration, Device Management
Volume Manager for UNIX/Linux
Application: Compatibility
Equipment: Configuration, Device Management

Languages:
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Operating Systems:
Solaris

2.6, 7.0 (32-bit), 8.0 (32-bit), 9.0 (32-bit)

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