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EVA SSSU -- What is it and Where is it Installed From?

Zinky
Honored Contributor

EVA SSSU -- What is it and Where is it Installed From?

All this time, we've used the Windows Based SAN Management Appliance (SMA) to manage the EVA.. I read about the SSSU (Storage System Scripting Utility) that is installed on the server itself and communicates with the SMA's Command View. My questions are :


(1) Where is this installed from? What CD set?
(2) Can SSSU (on UNIX/HP-UX) be able to list the WWID's of a VG or SnapClone Group via comand line for purposed of automation?

Thanks!

Hakuna Matata

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AMD Athlon II X6 1090T 6-core, 16GB RAM, 12TB ZFS RAIDZ-2 Storage. Linux Centos 5.6 running KVM Hypervisor. Virtual Machines: Ubuntu, Mint, Solaris 10, Windows 7 Professional, Windows XP Pro, Windows Server 2008R2, DOS 6.22, OpenFiler
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Bill Costigan
Honored Contributor

Re: EVA SSSU -- What is it and Where is it Installed From?

It should be on the host kit CD for each OS.

With scripting you should be able to get any information that you could get from the appliance GUI
Zinky
Honored Contributor

Re: EVA SSSU -- What is it and Where is it Installed From?

Thanks...

Actualy found it already on HP's Storage Web site..
Hakuna Matata

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AMD Athlon II X6 1090T 6-core, 16GB RAM, 12TB ZFS RAIDZ-2 Storage. Linux Centos 5.6 running KVM Hypervisor. Virtual Machines: Ubuntu, Mint, Solaris 10, Windows 7 Professional, Windows XP Pro, Windows Server 2008R2, DOS 6.22, OpenFiler
Zinky
Honored Contributor

Re: EVA SSSU -- What is it and Where is it Installed From?

http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/softwaredrivers/enterprise/index.html
Hakuna Matata

Favourite Toy:
AMD Athlon II X6 1090T 6-core, 16GB RAM, 12TB ZFS RAIDZ-2 Storage. Linux Centos 5.6 running KVM Hypervisor. Virtual Machines: Ubuntu, Mint, Solaris 10, Windows 7 Professional, Windows XP Pro, Windows Server 2008R2, DOS 6.22, OpenFiler