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Overview of array configuration tools
Utilities available for configuring an array
Comparison of the utilities
Support for standard configuration tasks
Support for advanced configuration tasks
HP Smart Array Advanced Pack
About SAAP
Required hardware
Option ROM Configuration for Arrays
About ORCA
Using the ORCA menu-driven interface
Creating a logical drive with ORCA
Installing a license key with ORCA
Using the ORCA CLI
HP Online Array Configuration Utility for NetWare
Summary of configuration procedure using CPQONLIN
Operating CPQONLIN in manual configuration mode
Menu options in CPQONLIN
Typical manual configuration procedures
Creating a new array and logical drive
Adding spare drives
Setting the rebuild priority or expand priority
Setting the accelerator ratio
Expanding an array
Migrating RAID level or stripe size
HP Array Configuration Utility
About ACU
Using the ACU GUI
Configuring a server that has ACU installed
Configuring a remote server using ACU located on a local server
Configuring a local server using ACU located on a remote server
Configuring a server using ACU located on the SmartStart CD
Navigating the GUI
Configuration tasks
Access Control (SSP) tasks
Diagnostics tasks
Using the ACU CLI
Opening the CLI in Console mode
Opening the CLI in Command mode
CLI syntax
The <command> variable
Querying a device
Keyword abbreviations
The show command
The help command
Typical procedures
Setting the target
Generating a diagnostic report
Rescanning the system
Setting the preferred path mode
Assigning a redundant controller to a logical drive
Using ACU scripting
Capturing a configuration
Using an Input script
Creating an ACU script file
Script file options
LicenseKey, DeleteLicenseKey
ReadCache, WriteCache
RebuildPriority, ExpandPriority
Video performance options
ACU scripting warning messages
ACU scripting error messages
Probability of logical drive failure
Factors involved in logical drive failure
Relative probability of failure for different logical drives
Drive arrays and fault-tolerance methods
Drive arrays
Fault-tolerance methods
RAID 0—No fault tolerance
RAID 1+0 (RAID 10)
RAID 5—distributed data guarding
RAID 6 (ADG)—Advanced Data Guarding
Comparing the hardware-based RAID methods
Selecting a RAID method
Alternative fault-tolerance methods
Troubleshooting resources
Acronyms and abbreviations
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Configuring Arrays on HP Smart Array Controllers Reference Guide

Configuring Arrays on HP Smart Array Controllers Reference Guide

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