This TechFile provides information about the Array Support Library (ASL) for the HITACHI HDS9500-ALUA, AMS_WMS Arrays (A/A-A-HDS, A/PG, A/P, A/A) on VERITAS Volume Manager (tm) 5.0 and 5.0MP1 for Solaris SPARC For general information about ASLs, see TechNote Package Name: VRTShdsalua (Array Support Library for HITACHI DF600(9500 and AMS-WMS) Arrays.) Package Version: 1.0,REV=08.14.2007.11.48 Supported versions of VERITAS Volume Manager (tm): 5.0, 5.0MP1 Supported Arrays: Hitachi HDS9500-ALUA, AMS_WMS (A/A-A-HDS, A/PG, A/P, A/A) Note: The ASL is applicable to 5.0 and 5.0MP1 only. At the bottom of this TechFile, click on Download Now to download the ASL package. After downloading VRTShdsalua.tar_306853.gz, uncompress the file: # gunzip < VRTShdsalua.tar_306853.gz | tar xvf - Before adding the ASL package, ensure Veritas Volume Manager is installed and enabled: # vxdctl mode mode: enabled ASL Installation: To install the package: # pkgadd -d . The following packages are available: 1 VRTShdsalua Demo Array Support Librarry (sparc) 1.0,REV=08.14.2007.11.48 After the package is installed, you must execute the vxdctl enable command to claim the disk array. # vxdctl enable After executing vxdctl enable, verify the output of the vxddladm listsupport command: # vxddladm listsupport ATTR_NAME ATTR_VALUE ================================================================================================= LIBNAME VID HITACHI PID DF600, DF600-V, DF600F DF600F-V ARRAY_TYPE A/A-A-HDS, A/PG, A/P A/A ARRAY_NAME HDS9500-ALUA, AMS_WMS, DF800 # vxddladm listversion has version string: vm-5.0-rev-2. VXVM version: 5.0 Package Information: # pkginfo -l VRTShdsalua PKGINST: VRTShdsalua NAME: Demo Array Support Librarry CATEGORY: system ARCH: sparc VERSION: 1.0,REV=08.14.2007.11.48 BASEDIR: /etc/vx VENDOR: VERITAS Software DESC: Demo Array Support library PSTAMP: VERSION-1.0:8-January-1999 INSTDATE: srp 29 2008 19:02 HOTLINE: 800-342-0652 EMAIL: STATUS: completely installed FILES: 5 installed pathnames 3 shared pathnames 3 directories 2 executables 28 blocks used (approx)