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<topicref href="shared/console_detach_volume.dita"/>
<topicref href="shared/console_manage_volumes.dita"/>
<topicref href="shared/console_manage_snapshots.dita"/>
+ <topicref href="shared/console_create_snapshot.dita"/>
+ <topicref href="shared/console_delete_snapshot.dita"/>
<topicref href="shared/console_manage_instances.dita"/>
<topicref href="shared/console_create_instances.dita"/>
+ <topicref href="shared/console_stop_instances.dita"/>
+ <topicref href="shared/console_reboot_instances.dita"/>
+ <topicref href="shared/console_get_console_output.dita"/>
<topicref href="shared/console_terminate_instances.dita"/>
<topicref href="shared/console_manage_images.dita"/>
<topicref href="shared/console_manage_eips.dita"/>
+ <topicref href="shared/console_allocate_eip.dita"/>
+ <topicref href="shared/console_deallocate_eip.dita"/>
<topicref href="shared/console_associate_eip.dita"/>
<topicref href="shared/console_disassociate_eip.dita"/>
</map>
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9 content/en_us/ig/enabling_san.dita
@@ -13,8 +13,8 @@
snapshots, and data connections from guest instances. The administrator does not need to pre-allocate volumes or LUNs for Eucalyptus.</p>
<p>To configure SAN support, follow the steps for your specific SAN device: <xref
- href="#enabling_san_dell">Dell</xref>, <xref href="#enabling_san_jbod">JBOD</xref>, <xref
- href="#enabling_san_netapp">Netapp</xref>, or <xref href="#enabling_san_emc">VNX</xref></p>
+ href="#enabling_san_dell">Dell Equallogic</xref>, <xref href="#enabling_san_jbod">JBOD</xref>, <xref
+ href="#enabling_san_netapp">Netapp</xref>, or <xref href="#enabling_san_emc">EMC VNX</xref></p>
</context>
</taskbody>
@@ -178,6 +178,11 @@
</context>
<steps>
<step>
+ <cmd>Verify that the SnapView feature is installed and licensed on the SAN</cmd>
+ </step>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>Verify that there is a 1GB "Clone Private LUN" available on each SP (SP A and SP B).</cmd>
+ </step>
<cmd>We assume that the Navisphere CLI is installed in <filepath>/opt/Navisphere</filepath> on the SC.</cmd>
<info>
<note type="important">Eucalyptus currently supports version 7.30.15.0.44 of the Navisphere CLI.</note>
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6 content/en_us/ig/planning_san.dita
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@
<li>Attach SAN devices to Eucalyptus deployments on Xen, KVM, and VMware hypervisors</li>
</ul>
<p> To use Eucalyptus with supported SAN storage, you must decide whether administrative access can be provided to Eucalyptus to control the SAN. If this is possible in your environment, Eucalyptus can automatically and dynamically manage SAN storage.</p>
- <p>Currently, the Dell Equallogic series of SANs (PS 4000 and PS 6000) and NetApp Filer FAS 2000 and FAS 6000 series are supported. For Dell Equallogic, Eucalyptus requires SSH access to enable automatic provisioning. Eucalyptus will manage NetApp SANs via ONTAPI (version 7.3.3 and above).</p>
+ <p>Currently, the Dell Equallogic series of SANs (PS 4000 and PS 6000), NetApp Filer FAS 2000 and FAS 6000 series and EMC VNX are supported. For Dell Equallogic, Eucalyptus requires SSH access to enable automatic provisioning. Eucalyptus will manage NetApp SANs via ONTAPI (version 7.3.3 and above). For EMC, Eucalyptus expects that the EMC NaviSecCLI software will be installed on the Storage Controller host.</p>
<section>
<title>SAN Support Prerequisites</title>
@@ -36,8 +36,8 @@
<li>NetApp, FAS2000 series and FAS6000 series (For more information about NetApp SANs, go to
<xref href="http://www.netapp.com" format="html" scope="external">http://www.netapp.com</xref></li>
<li>Direct Attached Storage (JBOD)</li>
- <li>EMC VNX Series (For more information about EMC VNX, go to <xref
- href="http://www.emc.com/storage/vnx/vnx-family.htm" format="html" scope="external">VNX Family</xref></li>
+ <li>EMC VNX Series (For more information about EMC VNX, go to <xref
+ href="http://www.emc.com/storage/vnx/vnx-family.htm" format="html" scope="external">VNX Family</xref></li>
</ul>
<p>For additional information on SAN support for Eucalyptus, contact Eucalyptus Systems,
Inc.</p>
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22 content/en_us/shared/console_allocate_eip.dita
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!DOCTYPE task PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DITA Task//EN" "task.dtd">
+<task id="associate_eip_ui_help_context">
+ <title>Allocate IP Addresses</title>
+ <shortdesc> This dialog box lets you allocate IP addresses for your cloud. </shortdesc>
+ <taskbody/>
+ <task id="associate_eip_ui_help_steps">
+ <title> </title>
+ <shortdesc/>
+ <taskbody>
+ <steps>
+ <step>
+ <cmd> Type the number of IP addresses you want to allocate into the text
+ box.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ <step>
+ <cmd> Click the <uicontrol>Associate addresses from cloud</uicontrol> button. </cmd>
+ </step>
+ </steps>
+ </taskbody>
+ </task>
+</task>
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7 content/en_us/shared/console_associate_eip.dita
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
<!DOCTYPE task PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DITA Task//EN" "task.dtd">
<task id="associate_eip_ui_help_context">
<title>Associate an Elastic IP Address with an Instance</title>
- <shortdesc> This dialog box lets you assocaite an elastic IP address to a running instance. </shortdesc>
+ <shortdesc> This dialog box lets you associate an elastic IP address to a running instance. </shortdesc>
<taskbody/>
<task id="associate_eip_ui_help_steps">
<title> </title>
@@ -10,9 +10,8 @@
<taskbody>
<steps>
<step>
- <cmd>
- Select an available instance from the <uicontrol>Select Instance</uicontrol> drop-down list box.
- </cmd>
+ <cmd> Start typing the ID of an instance and then select the instance from the
+ drop-down list box. </cmd>
</step>
<step>
<cmd>
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21 content/en_us/shared/console_connect_to_instance.dita
@@ -0,0 +1,21 @@
+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!DOCTYPE task PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DITA Task//EN" "task.dtd">
+<task id="console_connect_to_instance">
+ <title>Connect to Instance</title>
+ <shortdesc> This dialog box displays instructions on how to connect to an instance.. </shortdesc>
+ <taskbody/>
+ <task id="terminate_instance_ui_help_steps">
+ <title>Verify Instance Termination</title>
+ <shortdesc/>
+ <taskbody>
+ <steps>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>Read the instructions.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>Click the <uicontrol>Close</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ </steps>
+ </taskbody>
+ </task>
+</task>
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33 content/en_us/shared/console_create_snapshot.dita
@@ -2,40 +2,21 @@
<!DOCTYPE task PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DITA Task//EN" "task.dtd">
<task id="create_snapshot_ui_help_context">
<title>Create a Snapshot</title>
- <shortdesc> Blurb here. </shortdesc>
+ <shortdesc> A snapshot is a block level storage volume that is created by copying an existing
+ volume and is backed by persistent storage. You can use snapshots to create new volumes to
+ be used with your instances.</shortdesc>
<taskbody/>
<task id="create_snapshot_ui_help_steps">
- <title>Create a Snapshot with the Console</title>
+ <title/>
<shortdesc/>
<taskbody>
<steps>
<step>
- <cmd>Click the <uicontrol>Create Snapshot</uicontrol> link at the top of the
- <uicontrol>Manage Snapshots</uicontrol> screen. The <uicontrol>Create
- Snapshot</uicontrol> dialog box will appear.</cmd>
+ <cmd>Enter a description for the volume in the
+ <uicontrol>Description</uicontrol> text box.</cmd>
</step>
<step>
- <cmd>If you would like to create a snapshot from an existing snapshot, select the
- snapshot from the <uicontrol>Create from snapshot?</uicontrol> drop-down
- listbox. </cmd>
- </step>
- <step>
- <cmd> Enter the size of the snapshot in gigabytes in the <uicontrol>Snapshot Size
- (GB)</uicontrol> text box. </cmd>
- <info>
- <note>If you're creating a snapshot from a snapshot, you can't enter a snapshot
- size that's smaller than the original snapshot you've selected.</note>
- </info>
- </step>
- <step>
- <cmd> Select an availability zone from the <uicontrol>Availability
- Zone</uicontrol> drop-down list box. </cmd>
- <info>
- <note>You can only attach a snapshot to an instance in the same availability zone.</note>
- </info>
- </step>
- <step>
- <cmd>Click the <uicontrol>Create Snapshot</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ <cmd>Click the <uicontrol>Create</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
</step>
</steps>
</taskbody>
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22 content/en_us/shared/console_deallocate_eip.dita
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!DOCTYPE task PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DITA Task//EN" "task.dtd">
+<task id="console_delete_volumes">
+ <title>Release IP Addresses</title>
+ <shortdesc> This dialog box allows you to confirm or cancel an IP address release operation. </shortdesc>
+ <taskbody/>
+ <task id="delete_volumes_ui_help_steps">
+ <title>Verify Volume Deletion</title>
+ <shortdesc/>
+ <taskbody>
+ <steps>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>To verify that you wish to release the selected IP address(es), click the
+ <uicontrol>Yes, release</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>To cancel the delete operation, click the <uicontrol>Cancel</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ </steps>
+ </taskbody>
+ </task>
+</task>
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22 content/en_us/shared/console_delete_snapshot.dita
@@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!DOCTYPE task PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DITA Task//EN" "task.dtd">
+<task id="console_delete_snapshot">
+ <title>Delete Snapshot</title>
+ <shortdesc> This dialog box allows you to confirm or cancel a snapshot delete operation. </shortdesc>
+ <taskbody/>
+ <task id="delete_snapshot_ui_help_steps">
+ <title>Verify Snapshot Deletion</title>
+ <shortdesc/>
+ <taskbody>
+ <steps>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>To verify that you wish to delete the selected snapshot(s), click the
+ <uicontrol>Yes, delete</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>To cancel the delete operation, click the <uicontrol>Cancel</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ </steps>
+ </taskbody>
+ </task>
+</task>
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49 content/en_us/shared/console_edit_security_group.dita
@@ -4,15 +4,56 @@
<title>Edit Security Group</title>
<shortdesc> This dialog allows you to edit a security group. </shortdesc>
<taskbody/>
- <task id="edit_sgroup_ui_help_steps">
- <title>Edit Security Group</title>
+ <task id="edit_sgroup_add_rule_steps">
+ <title>Add Security Group Rules</title>
<shortdesc/>
<taskbody>
+
<steps>
<step>
- <cmd> Something wonderful happens.</cmd>
- </step>
+ <cmd> Select a protocol for the rule from the <uicontrol>Protocol</uicontrol>
+ drop-down list box. </cmd>
+ </step>
+ <step>
+ <cmd> Enter a port range for the rule in the <uicontrol>Port range</uicontrol>
+ text box. </cmd>
+ </step>
+ <step>
+
+ <cmd> Select the type of inbound traffic for the rule using the radio buttons: </cmd>
+ <info>
+ <p>To grant access to an IP address or range of IP addresses, select the
+ <uicontrol>IP Address</uicontrol> radio button and enter a CIDR
+ range in the text box.</p>
+ <note>For more information on CIDR notation, please see the <xref
+ href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CIDR_notation" format="html">CIDR
+ notation Wikipedia article</xref>.</note>
+ <p>To grant access to another security group, select the <uicontrol>Other
+ security group</uicontrol> radio button and enter the name of the
+ security group in the text box.</p>
+ <p>To grant access to only to other instances in this security group, select
+ the <uicontrol>Other instances in this security group</uicontrol> radio
+ button.</p>
+ </info>
+ </step>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>Click the <uicontrol>TBD</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ </step>
</steps>
+
+ </taskbody>
+ </task>
+ <task id="edit_sgroup_delete_rule_steps">
+ <title>Delete Security Group Rules</title>
+ <shortdesc/>
+ <taskbody>
+
+ <steps>
+ <step>
+ <cmd> Click the <uicontrol>Delete</uicontrol>
+ link next to the existing rule you want to delete. </cmd>
+ </step>
+ </steps>
</taskbody>
</task>
</task>
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!DOCTYPE task PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DITA Task//EN" "task.dtd">
+<task id="console_stop_instances">
+ <title>Get Console Output</title>
+ <shortdesc> This dialog box displays the console output of the selected instance.</shortdesc>
+ <taskbody/>
+ <task id="console_stop_instances_steps">
+ <title> </title>
+ <shortdesc/>
+ <taskbody>
+ <steps>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>Click the <uicontrol>Close</uicontrol> button to dismiss the console output
+ dialog box.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ </steps>
+ </taskbody>
+ </task>
+</task>
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22 content/en_us/shared/console_reboot_instances.dita
@@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!DOCTYPE task PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DITA Task//EN" "task.dtd">
+<task id="console_reboot_instances">
+ <title>Reboot Instance</title>
+ <shortdesc> This dialog box allows you to confirm or cancel a reboot instance operation. </shortdesc>
+ <taskbody/>
+ <task id="console_reboot_instances_steps">
+ <title>Verify Reboot Instance</title>
+ <shortdesc/>
+ <taskbody>
+ <steps>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>To verify that you wish to reboot the selected instance(s), click the
+ <uicontrol>Yes, reboot</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>To cancel the delete operation, click the <uicontrol>Cancel</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ </steps>
+ </taskbody>
+ </task>
+</task>
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22 content/en_us/shared/console_stop_instances.dita
@@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!DOCTYPE task PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DITA Task//EN" "task.dtd">
+<task id="console_stop_instances">
+ <title>Stop Instance</title>
+ <shortdesc> This dialog box allows you to confirm or cancel a stop instance operation. </shortdesc>
+ <taskbody/>
+ <task id="console_stop_instances_steps">
+ <title>Verify Stop Instance</title>
+ <shortdesc/>
+ <taskbody>
+ <steps>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>To verify that you wish to stop the selected instance(s), click the
+ <uicontrol>Yes, stop</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ <step>
+ <cmd>To cancel the delete operation, click the <uicontrol>Cancel</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ </step>
+ </steps>
+ </taskbody>
+ </task>
+</task>
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@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
<steps>
<step>
<cmd>To verify that you wish to terminate the selected instance(s), click the
- <uicontrol>Yes, delete</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
+ <uicontrol>Yes, terminate</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
</step>
<step>
<cmd>To cancel the delete operation, click the <uicontrol>Cancel</uicontrol> button.</cmd>
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