FC configuration for Red Hat Enterprise Linux overview
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Provision NAS storage
- NFS configuration
- NFS configuration for ESXi using VSC
- SMB/CIFS and NFS multiprotocol configuration
Provision SAN storage
FC configuration for Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- iSCSI configuration for ESXi using VSC
- iSCSI configuration for Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- FC configuration for Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Data protection and disaster recovery
- Cluster and SVM peering configuration
- Volume disaster recovery
- Cluster administration
Cluster management using System Manager 9.6 and 9.7
- Cluster management using System Manager 9.6 and 9.7
- Provision NAS storage
You can quickly set up the FC service on a storage virtual machine (SVM), provision a LUN, and make the LUN available using an FC host bus adapter (HBA) on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux server using the ONTAP System Manager classic interface (ONTAP 9.7 and earlier).
Use this procedure to set up FC service on an SVM if:
The host is running a supported version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 or later.
You are using traditional FC HBAs and switches.
Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) is not covered in this procedure.
You have at least two FC target ports available on each node in the cluster.
Onboard FC and UTA2 (also called “CNA”) ports, as well as some adapters, are configurable. Configuring those ports is done in the ONTAP command-line interface (CLI) and is not covered in this procedure.
You are not configuring FC SAN boot.
If these assumptions are not correct for your situation, you should see the following resources: