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 WBEM Provider and CLI tool (for VMware ESXi 6.5)
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 [Software name   ] WBEM Provider (650.03.14.00.3)
                    Smart Storage Administrator CLI for VMware ESXi
                    (3.30.14.0)
 [Registered name ] smx-provider-650.03.14.00.3-4240417.zip
                    ssacli-3.30.14.0-6.5.0.zip
 [Copyright (C)   ] Hewlett Packard Enterprise
 [Supported server models]
                    - Express5800/R120h-1M
                    - Express5800/R120h-2M
                    - Express5800/R120h-1E
                    - Express5800/R120h-2E
                    - Express5800/T120h
 [RAID Controllers]
                    - N8103-189 RAID Controller (RAID 0/1)
                    - N8103-190 RAID Controller (2GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
                    - N8103-191 RAID Controller (4GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
                    - N8103-192 RAID Controller (RAID 0/1)
                    - N8103-193 RAID Controller (2GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
                    - N8103-194 RAID Controller (4GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
                    - N8103-195 RAID Controller (RAID 0/1)
                    - N8103-196 RAID Controller (4GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
                    - N8103-201 RAID Controller (2GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
 [Supported users ] All users using the above server on which
                    the firmware stored in Starter Pack Version
                    S8.10-004 applied and the following VMware ESXi
                    is installed.
                    - VMware ESXi 6.5 Update 1
                    - VMware ESXi 6.5 Update 2
 [Software type   ] Utility
 [Format ] zip
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[Software Introduction]
WBEM Provider and CLI tool (hereinafter called "this software") is a 
module required to manage the RAID System on the VMware ESXi 6 or 
later virtualized platform.
To manage the above RAID Controllers from a vSphere Client or NEC
ESMPRO Manager, this module needs to be installed in the VMware ESXi 6
or later virtualized platform.

Carefully read the following user license agreement for NEC software
before using this software. 
If you do not agree to the terms of the agreement, do not download this 
software. By downloading this software, you agree to be bound by the 
terms of the agreement.

[User license agreement for NEC software] 
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to use the software program (hereinafter called "licensed program"),
and you are to agree to the terms. You are to take any responsibility
for the selection of, installation of , use of, or results from the
use of, the licensed program.

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(1) This user license agreement is effective from the date you receive
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    all copies thereof, and related documents (e.g., manuals) provided
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    right to use the licensed program. 

2. Use right 
(1) You may use the licensed program only on NEC Express5800 series
    servers in which the following VMware ESXi is installed.
    - VMware ESXi 6.5 update 1
    - VMware ESXi 6.5 update 2

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    The modification program provided to you is regarded as the licensed
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 NEC assumes no liability for your lost profit, damages arising from
 special circumstances (including damages which NEC can or could foresee),
 or damages claimed to you by any third party.

8. Others 
 Disputes over this user license agreement are to be settled at the
 Tokyo District Court as the exclusively agreed competent court.


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[Setup Procedure]

[Installation Procedure]
  (1) Copy zip file(s) to the client terminal where access to
      VMware Host Client.

  (2) Unzip the file(s).

  (3) Start VMware Host Client. Connect to ESXi as a user with administrator
      rights and enter the Maintenance Mode.
      To switch ESXi to maintenance mode, connect to ESXi with VMware Host
      Client, right-click [Host] in [Navigator], and select
      [Enter Maintenance Mode].

  (4) Select the ESXi icon in the inventory and click the [Configuration]
      tab.

  (5) Select [Storage] in [Navigator] to display a list of datastores.
      Right-click the datastore to which you are going to upload the
      vib file and select [Browse].

  (6) The datastore browser will appear.
      Click [Create directory] to create a "vib" directory.

  (7) Click "vib" directory and click [Upload].

  (8) When an item upload window appears, select the vib file and then
      click [Open].

  (9) If a warning dialog box for upload/download appears, select [Yes].

 (10) When the uploadiong file is displayed on datastore browser,
      upload is completed.

 (11) Select [Troubleshooting Options] from the direct console. Enable
      ESXi Shell access from SSH or the direct console, and log
      into ESXi Shell as a user with administrator rights. (To log into
      ESXi shell from the direct console, press [Alt] + [F1].)

 (12) Execute the following command and confirm the installation of
      smx-provider, ssacli which are VIB packages.
      If it is already installed, execute [Uninstallation Procedure] step 3,4
      and then re-execute from step 11.

 (13) Execute the following command for the vib file to install WBEM
      Provider and Smart Storage Administrator CLI for VMware ESXi:
         # esxcli software vib install -v [Path]smx-provider-650.03.14.00.3-4240417.vib
         # esxcli software vib install -v [Path]ssacli-3.30.14.0-6.5.0.vib
      In [Path], specify an absolute path as below.
         /vmfs/volumes/datastore1/vib/

 (14) Execute the reboot command to restart the server.

 (15) Log into ESXi Shell and execute the following command to
      check that WBEM Provider and Smart Storage Administrator CLI for
      VMware ESXi have been successfully installed.
        # esxcli software vib list | less

 (16) Delete the uploaded vib file used for installation and then log out
      from ESXi Shell.
      (If you logged into ESXi Shell from the direct console, execute
      the exit command and then press [Alt] + [F2].)

 (17) Select [Troubleshooting Options] from the direct console and then
      return the ESXi Shell access settings to their original values.
      Also connect to ESXi from VMware Host Client, and then exit
      maintenance mode.


[Uninstallation Procedure]
  (1) Start VMware Host Client. Connect to ESXi as a user with administrator
      rights and enter the Maintenance Mode.  
      To switch ESXi to maintenance mode, connect to ESXi with VMware Host
      Client, right-click [Host] in [Navigator], and select
      [Enter Maintenance Mode].

  (2) Select [Troubleshooting Options] from the direct console. Enable
      ESXi Shell access from SSH or the direct console, and the log
      into ESXi Shell as a user with administrator rights. (To log into ESXi
      shell from the direct console, press [Alt] + [F1].)

  (3) Execute the following command to uninstall WBEM Provider and Smart
      Storage Administrator CLI for VMware ESXi.
        # esxcli software vib remove -n smx-provider
        # esxcli software vib remove -n ssacli

  (4) Execute the reboot command to restart the server.

  (5) Select [Troubleshooting Options] from the direct console and then
      return the ESXi Shell access settings to their original values.
      Also connect to ESXi from VMware Host Client, and then exit
      maintenance mode. 


 [General Notices]
1. When using NEC ESMPRO Manager
 (1) The version of NEC ESMPRO Manager that can manage the system in which
     this software is installed must be Ver.6.25 or later.

 (2) Some symptoms occur when you monitor RAID Controllers using
     NEC ESMPRO Manager with WBEM Provider.
     See the "WBEM_Provider_ESMPRO_SM_Notification_en.pdf" file attached to
     this page for details. 

2. When using VMware Host Client
 (1) Some symptoms occur when you monitor RAID Controllers using
     VMware Host Client with WBEM Provider.
     See the "WBEM_Provider_vSphere_Client_Notification_en.pdf" file attached
     to this page for details. 

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[Attached Files]
  Length     Date   Time    Name
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  7714276  08-02-18 19:36   smx-provider-650.03.14.00.3-4240417.zip
  7849269  08-02-18 19:36   ssacli-3.30.14.0-6.5.0.zip
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 15563545                   2 files

You can check the integrity of the downloaded file by comparing the 
following values in the md5sum column and the MD5 checksums of the file
you have downloaded. If the checksums do not match, it means an error 
occurred during download.

 md5sum                          | Filename
---------------------------------+------------------------------
175fe830f3f74be4902a332af3f7f098  smx-provider-650.03.14.00.3-4240417.zip
1fdcde05b512cfd948d60e4d34536325  ssacli-3.30.14.0-6.5.0.zip

- smx-provider-650.03.14.00.3-4240417.zip (for VMware ESXi 6.5)

  Length     Date   Time    Name
 --------    ----   ----    ----
  7896348  05-11-18 15:23   smx-provider-650.03.14.00.3-4240417.vib
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  7896348                   1 file

- ssacli-3.30.14.0-6.5.0.zip (for VMware ESXi 6.5)

  Length     Date   Time    Name
 --------    ----   ----    ----
  7924120  05-09-18 11:55   ssacli-3.30.14.0-6.5.0.vib
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  7924120                   1 file

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[Revision History]
  2018/9/18  650.03.14.00.3 / 3.30.14.0
  "Enhancement"
     1. It supports the latest firmware(September 2018 version of firmware)

  2018/3/30  650.03.13.00.6 / 3.25.4.0
  "Enhancement"
     1. It supports the latest firmware(March 2018 version of firmware)

  2017/11/28  650.03.12.50.2 / 3.10.3.0
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the applicable model
        - Express5800/R120h-1E
        - Express5800/R120h-2E
        - Express5800/T120h

  2017/10/19  650.03.12.50.2 / 3.10.3.0
  First version released.

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[Trademarks and Copyright]

The copyright for this software is held by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. 
NEC is permitted to distribute this software by Hewlett Packard 
Enterprise. 
* VMware is a registered trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States
  and/or other jurisdictions.
* All other company and product names in this document are the registered 
  trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners.
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