a week ago
Hi, it's me and my SnapCenter miracle again...
I did not succeed to add a single container HANA db to my snapcenter ressources.
I succeed to add storage host and provide hana pluging and I've also done all the policy and scheduling stuff but as soon as I start my initial (scheduled) hana backup, it screws up and
my backup task is hanging at the monitor-view.
Is there a really detailed manual describing how to add a hana db as a ressource towards the snapcenter?
Here the details from the HANA Host:
testhost04:/opt/NetApp/snapcenter/scc/logs # su - qc5adm
qc5adm@testhost04:/usr/sap/QC5/HDB81> hdbuserstore list
DATA FILE : /usr/sap/QC5/home/.hdb/testhost04/SSFS_HDB.DAT
KEY FILE : /usr/sap/QC5/home/.hdb/testhost04/SSFS_HDB.KEY
ENV : testhost04:38115
..And what I've added to the ressource-configuration:
At the ressource Details I chose single container
HANA System Name=test_testhost04
HDBSQL Client Host=testhost04
HDB Secure User Store Key=BACKUP
HDBSQL OS User=qc5adm
Solved! SEE THE SOLUTION
a week ago
Could please also provide the SnapManagerWeb* logs, Linux host logs, JobMonitor Screen shots.
C:\Program Files\NetApp\SnapCenter WebApp\App_Data\log>
Alternatively you could also click the "download logs" button in the monitor screen for the failed backup job.
After I've done some futher network analysis, I hardly realized that the required firewall ports between SC-Host and HANA-DB Host
had not been opened in both ways, even thought the Firewall admin promised and "verified" that before.
As soon as this had been done, the ressource could have been added exactly as described at the docs.
...Next time I'll check the network conditions more detailed.