Stretch MetroCluster installation and configuration
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Install a fabric-attached MetroCluster
Cable a fabric-attached MetroCluster configuration
- Install and cable MetroCluster components
- Configure hardware for sharing a Brocade 6510 FC fabric during transition
Plan and install a MetroCluster configuration with array LUNs
- Install and cable the MetroCluster components in a configuration with array LUNs
- Cable a fabric-attached MetroCluster configuration
Install a MetroCluster IP configuration
- Configure the MetroCluster hardware components
Install a stretch MetroCluster configuration
- Cable a two-node SAS-attached stretch MetroCluster configuration
- Cable a two-node bridge-attached stretch MetroCluster configuration
- Install and Configure MetroCluster Tiebreaker
- Perform switchover, healing, and switchback
Maintain the MetroCluster components
- Hot add storage to a MetroCluster FC configuration
Transition from MetroCluster FC to MetroCluster IP
- Transition nondisruptively from a MetroCluster FC to a MetroCluster IP configuration (ONTAP 9.8 and later)
Upgrade, refresh, or expand the MetroCluster configuration
- Expand a two-node MetroCluster FC configuration to a four-node configuration
- Install a fabric-attached MetroCluster
This information describes how to install and configure the MetroCluster hardware and software components in a stretch configuration (sometimes referred to as a SAS optical MetroCluster configuration).
You should use this information for planning, installing, and configuring a stretch MetroCluster configuration under the following circumstances:
You want to understand the architecture of a stretch MetroCluster configuration.
You want to understand the requirements and best practices for configuring a stretch MetroCluster configuration.
You want to use the command-line interface (CLI), not an automated scripting tool.