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4.6.3 Means of Using Remote Storage


4.6.3 Means of Using Remote Storage
Two types of screen are used in the settings and operations for using remote storage. One is the XSCF Web console or XSCF shell. The other is the [XSCF Remote Storage Server] screen on a terminal (PC).
Figure 4-13 shows the [Remote Storage] page of XSCF Web. On the page, you can configure remote storage. You can also configure it by using the setremotestorage command from the XSCF shell.
Figure 4-13  [Remote Storage] Page of XSCF Web
Figure 4-13  [Remote Storage] Page of XSCF Web
Figure 4-14 shows the [XSCF Remote Storage Server] screen. Use it to select/start media.
Figure 4-14  [XSCF Remote Storage Server] Screen
Figure 4-14  [XSCF Remote Storage Server] Screen
The two ways of opening the [XSCF Remote Storage Server] screen on a terminal (PC) are as follows:
  1. Starting XSCF Remote Storage Server from XSCF Web
    Click the [Launch] button on the [Remote Storage] page of XSCF Web (Figure 4-13) to start XSCF Remote Storage Server.
    XSCF Remote Storage Server starts with the Java Runtime Environment software at the terminal, then the [XSCF Remote Storage Server] screen opens (Figure 4-14).
  1. Starting XSCF Remote Storage Server with the Java command from a terminal
    Execute the Java command from the command prompt on the terminal to start XSCF Remote Storage Server (see Figure 4-15). XSCF Remote Storage Server starts with the Java Runtime Environment software at the terminal, then the [XSCF Remote Storage Server] screen opens (Figure 4-14).
Figure 4-15  Starting XSCF Remote Storage Server With the Java Command From a Terminal
Figure 4-15  Starting XSCF Remote Storage Server With the Java Command From a Terminal
  1. Figure 4-15 shows an example of an environment where Oracle Java SE is installed. Specify the execution path of the Java command according to the environment used. For details on how to obtain and extract the file required for command execution, see "Before Using Remote Storage" in "4.6.9  Flow for Using Remote Storage."
  1. The option and class path specified in the Java command are fixed. Specify "com.fujitsu.m10.rdvd.gui.GUIMain", even with the SPARC M12.
 
Media can be connected/stopped as many times as needed while XSCF Remote Storage Server is running.
While XSCF Remote Storage Server is running, you can connect media to the SPARC M12/M10 by performing
the "Attach" operation from XSCF Web or with the setremotestorage command.