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SN0051424-00 B 1 Application Note Remote Data Migration for iSR6200 1 Introduction This application note provides inst r uctions for performing remote data migration using the QLogic iSR6200 Series of intelligent S torage Routers listed in the Products Affected table. Th ese routers are collectively referred to as the iSR6200 thro ughout this appli[...]
4 – Configuration SN0051424-00 B 2 Use Case 2: The source and destination arra ys are at the local site initially . For Use Case 2, after the initial co pying ope ration, the remote migration is moved to the remote site. The iSR6200 supp orts a maxim um of eight paths per array . When using the topology described in Section 6.1 to connect to [...]
4 – Configuration SN0051424-00 B 3 4.2 Configuring Local and Remote iSR6 200 Routers for iS CSI Present ation T o configure local and remote iSR6200 router s for iSCSI presentation, follo w these steps: 1. Identify the destination array po rts to use for remot e migration. 2. Zone the de stination array con troller port s with remote iSR6200 Fibr[...]
5 – Best Practices SN0051424-00 B 4 13. After successfully logging in, you see the LUNs on the logged -in target as follows: For Use Cas e 1, a new array objec t is formed. Iss ue the set array command to set the array type and license the array if required. For Use Cas e 2, the dis covered iSCSI target path s appear on the previously exi[...]
5 – Best Practices SN0051424-00 B 5 Refer to the attached Timeline for Remote Migration Pro ject.xlsx spreadsheet to estimate the am ount of data that can be trans f erred weekly based on the available bandwid th and change rate at the source. Remote migration proje cts de pend on the a vailable bandwidth , RTT , and change ra te for dat a un[...]
6 – Remote Migration T opology Exampl es SN0051424-00 B 6 Figure 5-1. Example T ime Line for Remote Migration Project 6 Remote Migration T opology Examples The following sections illustrate va rious remote migration topologies: 6.1 Fibre Channel- to-Fibre Channel Remo te Online and Offlin e Migration Using iSCSI Presented Ta r g e t s 6.2[...]
6 – Remote Migration T opology Exampl es SN0051424-00 B 7 6.1 Fibre Channel-to-Fibre C hannel Re mote Online and Of fline Migration Using iSCSI Presented T arget s The Fibre Channel-to-Fibr e Channel topology shown in Figure 6-1 supports both online an d offline remote migration. For of fline migration, the server s accessing the source LUN must [...]
6 – Remote Migration T opology Exampl es SN0051424-00 B 8 6.2 Fibre Channel-to-Fibre C hannel Re mote Online and Of fline Migration Using FCIP The Fibre Channel-to-Fibr e Channel topology shown in Figure 6-2 supports both online an d offline remote migration. For of fline migration, the server s accessing the source LUN must be shut down and do n[...]
6 – Remote Migration T opology Exampl es SN0051424-00 B 9 6.3 Fibre Channel-to-iSCSI Remo te Online and Of fline Migration The Fibre Channel-to-i SCSI topology shown in Figur e 6-3 support s both online and offlin e remote migration. For offlin e migration, the servers access ing the source LUN must be shut down and do not require a DML. Figure 6[...]
6 – Remote Migration T opology Exampl es SN0051424-00 B 10 6.4 iSCSI-to-Fibre Channel Remote Offline Migration The iSCSI-to-Fibre Chan nel topology shown in Figure 6-4 support s only offline migration. The iSR6200 does not currently suppor t online data mig ration when the source LUN is from an iSCSI target. Figure 6-4. iSCSI-to -Fibre Ch annel R[...]
SN0051424-00 B 11 Corporate Headquarters QLogic Corporation 26650 Aliso Viejo Par k way Aliso Viejo, CA 926 56 949.389.6000 www .qlogic.com International Offices UK | Irelan d | Germany | France | India | Japan | China | Hong Kong | Singapore | T aiwan Document Revision History Revision A, November 14, 201 1 Revision B, December 6, 201 1 Changes Ma[...]