SAN Storage

Setting SAN storage from a server profile or server profile template is supported for ProLiant server blades but is not supported for ProLiant rack mount servers.

Associating a server profile or a server profile template with a volume gives the server hardware to which the server profile is assigned access to storage space on a SAN storage system.

Click the when editing a volume attachment. icon to edit volume attachments from the Server Profiles > Edit screen.
NOTE:

Some server profile settings can be edited while the server hardware is powered on while others can be edited only when the server hardware is powered off.

Screen component

Description

Host OS type

The OS host name and version.

Volume attachments

Status icon

The status of the connection.

Volume Name

The name of the volume in HPE OneView. Volume name must be unique for a server profile or a server profile template. Duplicate volumes names are automatically made unique by HPE OneView.

LUN

Logical unit number, which points to storage in a SAN.

Pool

Storage pool to which the storage volume belongs.

Size

Provisioned capacity of the storage volume, in GiB.

Sharing

Sharing setting: Shared or Private.

Associated Template Attachment

If the profile is associated with a profile template, each volume attachment in the profile that is associated to volume attachment specified in the server profile template will designate which profile template volume it is associated to for compliance checking. You might have to manually specify the associated template attachment in certain cases.

Enabled Paths

The number of storage paths enabled on the volume attachment.

Boot

Shows if the storage volume is set as the Primary or Secondary boot volume. A blank value is shown if the storage volume is not configured for boot.

You cannot make Shared volumes bootable, the storage volume must be set as Private.

Volume attachment details

Storage system

The storage system for the volume.

Volume template

The user volume template governing the configuration defaults and locked properties for the volume.

Permanent

Whether (Yes or No) the volume is permanent.

Non-permanent volumes will be deleted if you delete the server profile.

Provisioning

The provisioning setting for the storage volume.

Status icon

The status of the storage path.

Connection ID

Connection ID of the storage path.

Server Initiator

For StoreServ: Port on the server hardware that sends SCSI commands to the storage system.

For StoreVirtual: Server initiator name used to identify the server hardware to the storage system.
Network

SAN network to which the storage system port is connected.

Storage Targets

For StoreServ: Ports on the storage system that receive the SCSI commands sent by the server initiator.

For StoreVirtual: The target IP address, network port, and target name that identifies a storage volume.

Enabled

If the path to the storage volume is enabled.

The following fields apply to StoreVirtual storage volumes only.
Data protection level

The network RAID level of the storage volume.

CHAP name

The iSCSI target username to use when the target (storage system) authenticates the initiator (server).

CHAP secret

The iSCSI target secret (password) to use when the target (storage system) authenticates the initiator (server).

Mutual CHAP name

Where the storage system supports mutual CHAP, the iSCSI initiator username to use when the initiator (server) authenticates the target (storage system).

Mutual CHAP secret

Where the storage system supports mutual CHAP, the iSCSI initiator secret (password) to use when the initiator (server) authenticates the target (storage system).

NOTE:

CHAP values are generated automatically by HPE OneView, and cannot be modified.