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Introduction

Some information about your SVC / Storwize system is needed to create a license for you.

For Storwize systems we additionally need the number of enclosures!

 

We need the cluster information from the storage system SVC or Storwize. This information can be retrieved by CLI or using the GUI

When using the VMware integration package we need the VMware instance UUID

 

Retrieve the SVC / Storwize Cluster information using the CLI


Run this command for every SVC or Storwize system

svcinfo lssystem
or
svcinfo lssystem | while read key value; do [[ "$key" =~ ^(id_alias|space_in_mdisk_grps|name|statistics_status|statistics_frequency|code_level)$ ]] && echo "$key $value"; done
 

We use the following information from the output of the lssystem commands

name SVC1
statistics_status on
statistics_frequency 5
space_in_mdisk_grps xxx.xxTB
code_level 6.4.1.3 (build 75.2.1302012000)
id_alias 00000200A0601C02

 

Please add the VMware information if you will use the VMware-Package (Click here for more information)

 

Retrieve the SVC / Storwize Cluster information using the GUI


Please provide all 3 information

  1. Version
  2. Cluster ID
  3. Capacity for SVC and additionally number of enclosures for Storwize systems

Retrieve the vCenter UUID to license the BVQ VMware integration package


We need the content of the following attribute

Attribute
Meaning
Example
UUIDThe UUID of the vCenter serversDD19DA39-3894-4068-B931-9A14A638FA06

 

You find this information using the vCenter web gui

  1. use this URL
    https://<system_ip_address>/mob/?moid=ServiceInstance&doPath=content.about
    Example: https://vc5.labwi.sva.de/mob/?moid=ServiceInstance&doPath=content.about

  2. Enter a valid username / password

  3. Lookup the row with the name instanceUuid :

 

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