Ok, I have inherited a FAS220 with a single external shelf. Dual PCMs and 4 eth connectors (plus the ACP and e0M connections).
Cabling all passes happy with config-advisor. I can open OnCommand System manager and connect to both PCMs.
I did a complete re-initialize of the disks and used 'software upgrade' to update to OnTAP 8.1.2 7-mode
I haven't set anything up as far as disk sharing. Seems I need to hunt down the NFS license anyway.
I notice that one PCM has its aggr0 on 3 of the internal SAS but the other is grabbing 3 of the external larger SATA disks.
Is this normal? I would think aggr0 would be on the internal disks so my entire shelf can be used for a shared filesystem.
Also, even though I did the software update, I am getting the infamous "Error 500 Servlets not enabled" error.
From what I read, re-installing OnTAP should have put the files where they should have been.
Finally, when configuring, do I run setup on both PCMs? If so, do I use the same IP address for my lacp interface that uses all 4 ports?
My expectation was that PCM-a is primary and PCM-b is failover, but that may not be accurate.
Thanks in advance,