Veritas Flex Appliance Getting Started and Administration Guide

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Product(s): Appliances (1.1)
Platform: 5340
  1. Product overview
    1.  
      Introduction to Veritas Flex Appliance
    2.  
      About the Flex Appliance documentation
    3.  
      Operational notes
  2. Getting started
    1.  
      Initial configuration guidelines and checklist
    2.  
      Performing the initial configuration
    3.  
      Adding a node
    4.  
      Accessing and using the Flex Appliance Shell
    5.  
      Accessing and using the Flex Appliance Console
    6.  
      Installing the NetBackup Administration Console and client packages
    7.  
      Common tasks in Flex Appliance
  3. Modifying settings
    1.  
      Creating a network bond
    2.  
      Deleting a network bond
    3.  
      Configuring a network interface
    4.  
      Setting the date and time for appliance nodes
  4. Managing users
    1.  
      Adding a tenant
    2.  
      Editing a tenant
    3.  
      Removing a tenant
    4.  
      Adding a local user
    5.  
      Removing a user
    6.  
      Changing the admin user password on the Flex Appliance Console
    7.  
      Changing the hostadmin user password in the Flex Appliance Shell
  5. Using Flex Appliance
    1. Managing applications and upgrade packages in the repository
      1.  
        Adding files to the repository
    2. Creating application instances
      1.  
        Creating a NetBackup master server instance
      2.  
        Creating a NetBackup media server instance
    3. Managing application instances
      1.  
        Viewing instance performance metrics
      2.  
        Running NetBackup commands on an application instance
      3.  
        Establishing trust with a NetBackup 7.7.3 master server instance
  6. Monitoring the appliance
    1. About AutoSupport and Call Home
      1.  
        Viewing Call Home information
      2.  
        Configuring Call Home settings
      3.  
        Deleting and disabling Call Home settings
    2. Monitoring the hardware from the Flex Appliance Shell
      1.  
        Viewing node information
      2.  
        Viewing Primary Storage Shelf information
      3.  
        Viewing Expansion Storage Shelf information
    3.  
      Viewing hardware faults
    4.  
      Viewing system data
  7. Reconfiguring the appliance
    1.  
      Performing a factory reset
    2.  
      Performing a storage reset
    3.  
      Removing a node
  8. Troubleshooting guidelines
    1.  
      General troubleshooting steps
    2.  
      Gathering device logs on a Flex 5340 appliance

Performing a factory reset

The purpose of a factory reset is to return a node to a clean, unconfigured, factory state. A factory reset discards all configuration data but does not affect the storage data.

To perform a factory reset

  1. Log in to the Flex Appliance Shell, and then type the following:

    system factory-reset

  2. Press Enter.
  3. Type yes to continue, and then press Enter.

    Note:

    Once you have started the factory-reset operation, do not perform any other tasks on the appliance until the reset is complete.

    When the process is complete, you are prompted to reboot. The factory reset is not complete until after the system is rebooted. The system continues to run with the current configuration until after the reboot is completed.

  4. Do one of the following:
    • To reboot the node now, type yes, and then press Enter.

    • To reboot the node later, type no, and then press Enter.

      You can type the following command at any time to reboot:

      system restart

  5. If the node was previously configured with the configure-console command, you should reset storage now.

    See Performing a storage reset.

    If the node was not previously configured, you can proceed with the initial configuration.