Post-processing creates the NAS topology as follows:

  • Sets the NASChassis object display name

  • Sets IP Address, Software Version, Slots and Standby.

  • Sets the FileServer object display name

  • Sets the Host (Control Station) object display name

  • Deletes obsolete NASChassis, FileServer and Host (Control Station) objects

    The IP Availability Manager associates Host objects (Control Stations) and FileServer objects (Celerra Data Movers) with the NASChassis object.

    In addition, the Availability Manager establishes relationships between these components and the underlying IP network.

    The NAS topology is stored in the Repository and displayed on the Global Console using the Topology Browser and various maps. For more information, refer to “NAS topology map” on page 245.