Isilon

Add Dell EMC Isilon Storage Server

  1. Select the Infrastructure link in the navigation bar.

  2. Select the Storage link in the sub navigation bar.

  3. In the SERVERS tab, Click the + ADD button.

  4. From the ADD STORAGE SERVER wizard input the following:

    NAME

    Name of the Storage Server in Morpheus

    TYPE

    Select Dell EMC Isilon

    URL

    URL Of Dell EMC Isilon Server Example : https://192.168.190.202:8080

    USERNAME

    Add your administrative user account.

    PASSWORD

    Add your administrative password.

    PROVISION USER

    Select Provision User

    PROVISION GROUP

    Select Provision Group

    ROOT PATH
    Enter Root Path

    Example : ``

  5. Select SAVE CHANGES

The Dell EMC Isilon Storage Server will be added and displayed in the Buckets tab.

Buckets, Files Shares and Storage Groups will be synced in.

Add Dell EMC Isilon File Share

To Add a Dell EMC Isilon File Share:

  1. Select the Infrastructure link in the navigation bar.

  2. Select the Storage link in the sub navigation bar.

  3. In the FILE SHARES tab, Click the + ADD button.

  4. Select Dell EMC Isilon Share from the dropdown list

  5. From the NEW FILE SHARE Wizard input the following:

    NAME

    Name of the File Share in Morpheus.

    STORAGE SERVICE

    Select existing Dell EMC Isilon Storage Server (configured in Infrastructure - Storage - Servers)

    SHARE PATH
    Enter Dell EMC Isilon Share Path

    Example: ecs-file-share-1

    Volume Size

    Specify volume size for the File Share (in MB)

    Allowed IP’s
    Specify IP Addresses to limit accessibility to the File Share
    Leave blank for open access

    Click the + symbol to the right of the first ALLOWED IPS field to add multiple IP’s

    NAMESPACE

    Select Dell EMC Isilon Namespace (synced)

    STORAGE GROUP

    Select Dell EMC Isilon Storage Group (synced)

    Default Backup Target

    Sets this File Share as the default backup target when creating Backups. If selected the option to update existing Backup configuration to use this File Share will be presented.

    Archive Snapshots

    Enabled to export VM snapshots to this File Share when creating VMware Backups, after which the snapshot will be removed from the source Cloud.

    Default Deployment Archive Target

    Sets this File Share as the default storage target when uploading Deployment files in the Deployments section.

    Default Virtual Image Store

    Sets this File Share as the default storage target when uploading Virtual Images from the Virtual Images section, importing Images from Instance Actions, creating Images with the Image Builder and when creating new images from Migrations.

    RETENTION POLICY
    None

    Files in the File Share will not be automatically deleted or backed up.

    Backup Old Files
    This option will backup files after a set amount if time and remove them from the File Share.
    DAYS OLD

    Files older than the set number of days will be automatically backed up to the selected Backup File Share.

    BACKUP File Share

    Search for and select the File Share the files will be backed up to.

    DELETE OLD FILES
    This option will delete files from this File Share after a set amount of days.
    DAYS OLD

    Files older than the set number of days will be automatically deleted from the File Share.

  6. Select SAVE CHANGES

The File Share will be created and displayed in the File Shares tab.

  • To browse, upload, download, or delete files from this File Share, select the name of the File Share.

  • To edit the File Share, select the edit icon or select the name of the File Share and select ACTIONS - EDIT.

    Warning

    Repointing a File Share that is in use may cause loss of file references. Ensure data is mirrored first.

  • To delete a File Share, select the trash icon or select the name of the File Share and select DELETE.

    Warning

    When deleting a File Share, all Deployment Versions and Backups associated with the File Share will be deleted.