Student Guide - Sun StorageTek 6000 Installation and Configuration

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Sun Storage 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Course Description xi Sun Storage 6x80 product overview xiii Sun Storage 6540 product overview xiii Sun Storage 6140 product overview xiii Sun Storage CSM200 expansion module overview xiii Sun Storage hardware installation xiv Sun Storage Common Array Manager xiv Array configuration using Sun Storage Common Array Manager xv Storage Domains xv Integrated data services: Snapshot xvi Integrated data services: Volume Copy xvi Integrated data services: Remote Replication xvi Monitoring performance and dynamic features xvi Problem determination xvii tamm" • g th e sto rage array xvn M am SSCS and Command Line Interface xvii Preface: About tbis course Course goals Sun Storage 6x80 product overview Objectives Sun Storage modular disk family positioning The mid-range family Compare the Sun Storage 6140, 6540, and 6x80 arrays High performance computing with the 6x80 6x80 controller module overview 6x80 controller module: Front view 6x80 controller module power-fan canister Interconnect-battery canister 11 6x80 controller module: Power distribution 15 6x80 controller: Inside view 17 Cache DIMM memory 17 USB persistent cache 18 Host cards 19 Controller base board 19 6x80 controller module: Back view 20 Host ports 21 Drive ports 21 Other ports 22 Controller LEDs 23 6x80 summary 28 Knowledge check 31 Sun Storage 6540 Product Overview 33 Objectives 33 © Please Recycle ~Adobe PostSaipt Sun Storage 6540 product overview 34 Hardware overview: Components of the Sun Storage 6540 36 Controller Module 37 Power-fan canister 39 Interconnect-battery canister 42 Power distribution and battery system 46 6540 controller canister highlights 48 6540 controller canister 49 6540 4Gb/s host interface ports 51 6540 4Gb/s disk expansion ports 52 6540 drive channels and loop switches 54 Dual 10/100 Base-T Ethernet ports with EEPROM 55 Serial port connector 56 Seven segment display 57 Controller service indicators 59 6540 summary 62 Knowledge check 64 Sun Storage 6140 product overview •.••.••.••.•.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.• 67 Objectives 67 Sun Storage 6140 product overview 68 Compare the Sun StorEdgeTM 6130 and the Sun Storage 6140 Arrays 69 Hardware components of the Sun Storage 6140 70 Hardware overview 72 Controller module 72 DACstore 75 Back view of controller module 82 6140 controller module details 83 The 6140 controller canister 84 Battery 91 The power-fan canister 93 Controller architecture 95 6140 summary 95 Knowledge check 97 Sun Storage CSM200 expansion module overview 99 Objectives 99 Sun Storage CSM200 expansion module overview 100 Hardware overview 100 Hardware components of the Sun Storage 6x80 and 6540 100 CSM200 expansion module 101 CSM200 expansion module- Front view 102 DACstore 104 CSM200 expansion module - Back view 111 Architecture overview 119 @ ~- Please Recycle Adobe PostSaipt Switched bunch of disks (SBOD) architecture CSM200 summary Knowledge check Sun Storage 6000 hardware installation Objectives Overview of the installation process Cabling procedures Cable types Recommended cabling practices Cabling for redundancy- Top-down-bottom-up Cabling for performance Hot-adding an expansion module Cabling summary Recommended cabling practices for the 6x80 Recommended cabling practices for the 6540 and 6140 Considerations for drive channel speed Proper power procedures Turning on the power Turning off the power Set the controller IP addresses Configuring dynamic IP addressing Configuring static IP addressing Serial port service interface Serial port recovery interface procedure Use the hardware compatibility matrix to verify SAN components Attach the host interface cables Host cabling for redundancy Connecting data hosts directly Connecting data hosts through an external FC switch Hardware installation summary Knowledge check Sun Storage Common Array Manager Objectives What is Sun Storage Common Array Manager? The CAM interface SMI-S overview Software components Sun Storage Management host software CAM management methods Out-of-band management method In-band management method Sun Storage data host software Host Bus Adapter (HBA): Compatibility and configuration 119 120 121 123 123 124 125 125 127 128 129 131 134 135 137 145 146 146 148 149 149 149 150 151 152 153 153 154 154 155 156 159 159 160 162 162 164 164 165 165 167 169 170 © ~- Please Recycle Adobe PostSaipt Multi-path drivers 170 Common Array Manager installation 175 Firmware and NVSRAM files 176 Sun Storage Common Array Manager navigation 177 Common Array Manager banner 178 Common Array Manager's navigation tree 179 Common Array Manager's content area 180 Additional navigation aids 180 Administration functions and parameters 182 Accessing the managrnent software 182 Auto Service Request (ASR) 182 Initial Common Array Manager configuration 183 Configure IP addressing 184 Naming an array 184 Configuring the array password 185 Setting the array time 185 Default host type 185 Adding additional users 186 Setting module IDs 186 Common Array Manager summary 186 Knowledge check 188 Array configuration using Sun Storage Common Array Manager 189 Objectives 189 Common Array Manager configuration components 190 Creating a volume with Common Array Manager 192 Storage profiles 193 Storage pools 197 Volumes 197 Volume configuration preparation 198 Volume parameters 199 Virtual Disks 20 Administration functions and parameters 202 Auto Service Request (ASR) 202 Array name 203 Default host type 204 Hot spares 204 Storage array cache settings 205 Disk Scrubbing 206 Failover alert delay 206 Array time 206 Manage passwords 207 Array configuration summary 207 Knowledge check 209 @ ~- Please Adobe PostSaipt Recycle Storage Domains ••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••••.• 211 Objectives 211 What are Storage Domains? 212 Storage Domains benefits (pre-sales) 213 Storage Domains benefits (technical) 214 Storage Domain terminology 215 Steps for creating a Storage Domain 218 How Storage Domains work 220 What the host sees 222 What the storage array sees 223 Storage Domains - How many domains are required? 224 LUNS - How you number these LUNS? 225 Summary of creating Storage Domains 225 Storage Domains summary 226 Knowledge check 227 Integrated data services - Snapshot •.••.•.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.• 231 Objectives 231 Data services overview 232 Snapshot 233 Snapshot terminology 233 Snapshot - Benefits 23 Pre-Sales benefits 237 Technical benefits 238 How does Snapshot work? 239 Examples of how Snapshot works 241 Disabling and recreating 249 Snapshot considerations 250 Creating Snapshots 251 Creating a Snapshot 251 Calculating Reserve Volume capacity 253 Creating a Snapshot 254 Snapshot summary 254 Knowledge check 255 Integrated data services - Volume Copy ••.••.••.•.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.• 257 Objectives 257 Volume Copy overview 258 Volume Copy terminology 259 Volume Copy- Benefits (pre-sales) 261 Volume Copy- Benefits (technical) 263 How Volume Copy works 264 Factors affecting Volume Copy 265 Volume Copy states 265 Volume Copy- Read/write restrictions 267 © Please Recycle ~Adobe PostSaipt Creating a Volume Copy 268 Functions that can be performed on a copy pair 268 Recopying a volume 268 Stopping a Volume Copy 269 Removing Copy Pairs 270 Changing Copy priority 270 Volume permissions 271 Volume Copy compatibility with other data services 271 Storage domains 272 Snapshot 272 Remote Replication 273 Configuring a Volume Copy 274 Configuring a Volume Copy with Common Array Manager 274 Enabling the Volume Copy feature 275 Creating a Volume Copy 276 Recopying a Volume Copy 277 Changing the copy priority 277 Stopping a Volume Copy 278 Removing Copy Pairs 279 Volume permissions 280 Volume Copy sununary 280 Knowledge check 282 Integrated data services - Remote Replication 283 Objectives 283 Remote Replication overview 284 Benefits of Remote Replication 285 Remote Replication terminology 286 Sununary of Remote Replication modes 294 Technical features of Remote Replication 295 Remote replication distances 296 Configuring data replication with CAM 297 Activating and deactivating data replication 298 Disabling data replication 299 Configuring the hardware for data replication 300 Setup the hardware 300 Creating replication sets 302 What happens when an error occurs? 305 Suspend and resume 307 Role reversal 309 Changing replication modes 310 Testing replication sets 311 Removing a mirror relationship 311 Remote Replication sununary 312 @ ~- Please Adobe PostSaipt Recycle Knowledge check 313 Monitoring performance and dynamic features 315 Objectives 315 First principle of storage array performance 316 40/30/30 rule 317 Context for performance tuning 318 Analyzing I/0 characteristics 319 Factors that affect storage array performance 320 Cabling 320 Choosing a disk type 322 Selecting a RAID level 323 Number of spindles in a v-disk 326 Calculating an optimal segment size 329 Cache parameters 331 Read Caching Pre-fetch enabled 332 Enabling write caching and enabling write caching with mirroring 332 Number of volumes in a virtual disk 333 Choosing an optimal volume modification priority 333 Setting array-wide global parameters 334 Performance Monitor 336 The Performance Monitor pages 336 Fine tuning 336 Performance and dynamic features summary 339 Knowledge check 340 Problem determination 343 Objectives 343 Problem determination 344 Utilizing the tools available for problem determination 344 Visual Cues 344 Compatibility matrix 345 Problems and recovery 345 Service Advisor 346 Collect support data through the command line 348 Support Data bundle 348 Fault Management Service (FMS) 350 Alarms 351 FRU- Field Replaceable Units 356 Events 357 Array administration 358 Health administration 359 Notification 360 Activity log 361 Problem determination summary 362 © Please Recycle ~Adobe PostSaipt Knowledge check 363 Maintaining the storage array ••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.•• 365 Objectives 365 Dynamic volume expansion (DVE) 366 Disk scrubbing 367 Installing baseline firmware 368 Upgrading to 7.xx firmware 369 Command line firmware upgrade utility 369 Maintaining the storage array summary 370 Knowledge check 371 SSCS and Command Line Interface 373 Objectives 373 Sun Storage Common Array Manager CLI (SSCS) 374 Features 374 Benefits 374 Usage 374 Other useful information to collect 375 Other command line interface tools 376 Fault Management Service (ras_admin) 376 Command Service Module (csmservice) 376 Collect support data 377 Service command line 378 SSCS and CLI summary 380 Knowledge check 381 Appendix A 383 Glossary of acronyms 383 References 383 Appendices •.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.• 389 Knowledge check solutions ••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.••.•• 391 Sun Storage 6x80 product overview 391 Sun Storage 6540 product overview 394 Sun Storage 6140 product overview 396 Sun Storage CSM200 expansion module overview 398 Sun Storage 6000 hardware installation 399 Sun Storage Common Array Manager 402 Array configuration using Sun Storage Common Array Manager 403 Storage Domains 405 Integrated data services: Snapshot 408 Integrated data services: Volume Copy 409 Integrated data services: Remote Replication 410 Monitoring performance and dynamic features 412 Maintaining the storage array 414 Problem determination 415 @ ~- Please Adobe PostSaipt Recycle SSCS and Command Line Interface 416 © Please Recycle ~Adobe PostSaipt @ ~- Please Recycle Adobe PostSaipt Sun Storage Common Array Manager Sun Storage Common Array Manager What is the difference between a "data host" and ''management host"? Management Host- used to manage the storage array This can be any host that has a network connection to the storage array and has the CAM Management Host Software installed Data Host- used to read and write data to the storage array This can be any host that has a FC connection to the storage array and has the CAM Data Host Software installed Hosts that have both network and FC connection to the storage array can act as both Management and Data hosts Describe the main difference between in-band and out-of-band management In-Band management sends management commands through the FC data path and uses an special agent and access volume Out-of-band management uses Ethernet connections to each controller and uses the ethernet connections for management commands What is the purpose of the "access" volume? To allow communication through the FC path for in-band management List the types of fail over methods Explicit method (RDAC) Implicit method (AVT) Forced (controller fallure) List at least initial configuration steps Name the storage array- set the storage array password Set up users - set module IDs Set the array time Set IP addresses Appendix B-402 Sun StorageTekTM 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Copyright2008 SunMicrosystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 Knowledge check solutions Array configuration using Sun Storage Common Array Manager You can mix drive types (SATA and Fibre Channel) in a single module True Why is it important to know what type of data you'll be working with when determining segment size? Segment size can have a major impact on performance for both lOPS and MBps Segment size should be equal to or larger than your 10 size in lOPS environments and be very large in MBps environments What is a preferred controller? A volume is assigned to one of the two active controllers This controller controls the 110 between the volume and the application host along the 110 path What is cache? What effect does it have on a volume? Cache memory is an area oftemporary volatile storage on the controller that has a faster access time than the drive media Cache can speed writes as the host can receive acknowledgement that the write has been written to cache which is faster than writiog to disk For reads, if the requested read is already in cache, it can be immediately sent to the host saving disk access time What is disk scrubbing? A background process that checks the physical disks for defects by reading the raw data from the disk and writing it back This detects possible problems caused by bad sectors of the physical disks before they disrupt normal data reads or writes What does a "global" refer to in relation to a hot spare? The hot spare disk can spare for any disk for which it has enough capacity and same type A hot spare is not assigned to a specific vdisk What is the difference between "reconstruction" and "copy-back" in relation to a hot spare? Reconstruction is the process of building data on a drive from RAID parity or RAID mirror Copy back is the process of copying the data from the hot spare drive after reconstruction completes to the newly replaced drive in a vdisk Knowledge check solutions Copyright 2008 Sun Microsystem~ Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services June 2009, Revision 3.0 Appendix B-403 Array configuration using Sun Storage Common Array Manager Why should you name your storage array? For identification What can happen if you not set your controller clocks to match your management station? The support data io the Major Event Log, activity log and other data will not have the proper time stamp in case of an issue 10 What part of the storage array takes advantage of the cache block size? What does it with it? The size of the cache memory allocation unit- currently either 4k or 16k This setting if set effectively can improve caching effectiveness SmaU block lOs leave at 4k- large block lOs increase to 16k 11 Why is it important to keep a copy of all the support data? In order to have a record of the storage array when it is optimal - io order to compare in a time of a problem Appendix B-404 Sun StorageTekTM 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Copyright2008 SunMicrosystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 Knowledge check solutions Storage Domains True or False A storage domain is created when a host group or a single host is associated with a volume-to-LUN mapping True A host group or host can access volumes with default mappings and specific mappings False You can not use the same LUN number in more than one volume-to-LUN mapping False A Default Host Group shares access to any volumes that were automatically assigned default LUN numbers True Multiple Choice After defining the first specific volume-to-LUN mapping for a host, a Host ports must be defined b the host type can no longer be changed c The LUN number can not be used by other hosts in the topology d The host and host ports move out of the Default host group In a heterogeneous environment, a Each host type must he set to the appropriate operating system during host port definition b Volumes can have more than one volume-to-LUN number c Hosts with different operating systems can share volumes d A host can access volumes with either default mappings or specific volume-to-LUN mappings Customer Scenario Mr Customer has the servers and one storage array (6540) The servers: Three W2003 (each has two single ported HBA's), Linux (one dual ported HBA) and Solaris Spare (one single dual-ported HBA) Knowledge check solutions Copyright 2008 Sun Microsystem~ Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 Appendix B-405 Storage Domains The Finance Department has requested a 'disk' for storing employee expense statements The application to access the employee expense statement will run on both W2003 servers with Microsoft Cluster server software One of the W2003 server will be running the Exchange application and the Exchange Administrator has requested "volumes": one for the database, the other for a log file The Linux server will be used for software development and will require disk space for source code and development tools (2 volumes) The Solaris server will be running the engineering document database and will require volume First draw a diagram showing the servers and the storage, so you and the customer have the same understanding of the requested configuration List the Host Groups that will be created: W2003 with Microsoft Cluster Server List the Hosts that will be created under each Host Group: W2003 host group- two W2003 hosts, W2003, Linux host, solaris host List the number of Host Ports under each Host: host ports for each of the hosts 10 List the Host Types used for each Host Port: Windows 2003 clustered for the host group, Windows 2003 nonclustered, Linux, AIX 11 Will the Default Host Group be empty? Yes 12 How many domains will the customer require? - will be utilized but must buy the license for 13 What needs to be done by the user or storage administrator when an HBA is replaced in one of the servers? Create new host ports, delete the old ones, add the newly created to the host Appendix B-406 Sun StorageTekTM 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Copyright2008 SunMicrosystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 Knowledge check solutions 14 How many storage domains would you need for the configuration below? Solaris Host thlup \11/indows Knowledge check solutions Copyrisbt2008 SIDl Microsystems, Inc AlllliptsReserved SIDlSenices, JUDe2009, R.mlion3.0 AppendixB-407 Integrated data services: Snapshot Integrated data services: Snapshot A snapshot, a method for creating a point-in-time image of a volume, is immediately out of date as soon as a new write is made to the array False Why is a snapshot referred to as a "point-in-time" (PiT) image? It is really only a logical volume - and no updates are made to the snapshot even if the data changes in the base volume Is snapshot a true disaster recovery feature? Why or why not? A snapshot is not disaster recovery because if the base volume is corrupt or deleted, the snapshot volume is not valid as well What is the maximum number of snapshots that can be created on one base volume? Currently at 6.19 fw snapshots can be created on one base volume What happens if a data block on the base volume is changed more than once after the snapshot is taken? Nothing- snapshot implementation is copy offJrSt write so if the block changes for the second time nothing happens What is the difference between disabling and deleting a snapshot? Disable means that the naming and location of the reserve volume is maintained just no updates to the reserve volume happens Deleting the snapshot removes the name and physical location of the reserve volume Appendix B-408 Sun StorageTekTM 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Copyright2008 SunMicrosystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 Knowledge check solutions Integrated data services: Volume Copy Volume Copy source and target volumes can have the same RAID level and configuration True During the copy process, controller A can be the preferred owner of the source volume and controller B can be the preferred owner of the target False Reads and writes can continue to the source volume during a volume copy False What volumes are included in a "copy pair"? Source and the target What is the maximum number of copy pairs that can be in progress at one time? 8copypairs Why would you want to change the copy priority? To complete the process quicker or have less impact on the performance of the array Explain why using snapshot with volume copy is a best practice Use snapshot with volume copy so that reads and writes can continue to the source volume while the copy operation is in progress Knowledge check solutions Copyright 2008 Sun Microsystem~ Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services June 2009 Revision 3.0 Appendix B-409 Integrated data services: Remote Replication Integrated data services: Remote Replication l Remote replication continuously copies from one volume to another to produce an exact copy of the source volume True Asynchronous mirroring is faster than synchronous mirroring False When using remote replication, your mirrored volume must be located offsite False Why are there two mirror reserve volumes on an array? One for each of the controllers These are used to track the completion of writes to the secondary array - in order to keep the mirrors synchronized No actual data is written to the reserve volumes They are uses for status and control data in relation to the mirror relationships What are the two logs kept in the mirror reserve volume? Briefly describe what each does The delta log and the FIFO log are kept in the mirror reserve The delta log is used to track changes to the primary volume that have not yet been replicated to the secondary volume Therefore, if an interruption occurs to the communication between the two storage arrays, the delta log can be used to re-synchronize the data between the secondary and primary volumes The delta log is a bit map (maximum million bits per mirror), where each bit represents a section of the primary volume that was written by the host, but has not yet been copied to the secondary volume The number of blocks represented by a single bit is computed based on the usable capacity of the primary volume The minimum amount of data represented by a single bit is 64K, that is 128-512-byte blocks For example, for a 2TB volume, each bit will represent a data range of MB The FIFO log is used during Write Consistency mirroring mode to ensure writes are completed in the same order on both the primary and secondary volumes How does "write consistency mode" differ from "asynchronous mode"? With the write consistency mode, the write order to the secondary volume is preserved and is used for multiple replication relationships like database volumes and log volumes AppcndixB-410 Sun StorageTekTM 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Copyright2008 SunMicrosystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 Knowledge check solutions What happens if there is a link interruption during the remote mirror process? The replication set process is suspended - once the link interruption has been correeted the replication set is then resynchronized Knowledge check solutions Copyright 2008 Sun Microsystem~ Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services June 2009 Revision 3.0 Appen[...]... 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Monitoring Performance and Dynamic Functions Problem Determination Maintaining the Storage Array SSCS and Command Line Interface xii Sun StorageTekTM 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Copyright2008 SunMicrosystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 Sun Storage 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Course Description Course outline: Sun Storage 6x80 product... optional Configuration - 4GB cache (8)( 4Gb ports} 2GB each~ ( 4-. : 4Gb pons) Std Tray - Fl.A200 'Gb controller -1 Figure 1-2 1-4 Flexline series to 6000 modular series Sun Storage 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Copyri&bt 2008 SUtl~ Itlc All Righ1s Reserved SUtl Services, JU1le2009, Revision 3.0 Sun Storage 6x80 product overview Compare the Sun Storage 6140, 6540, and 6x80 arrays The Sun. .. Objectives: Install CAM Register Devices (manual and auto discovery) Set up Alert Notification xiv Sun StorageTekTM 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Copyright2008 SunMicrosystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 Sun Storage 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Course Description Array configuration using Sun Storage Common Array Manager Knowledge... parameters effect performance xvi Sun StorageTekTM 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Copyright2008 SunMicrosystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 Sun Storage 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Course Description Recognize how dynamic functions impact performance • Explain the data presented by the CAM built-in Performance Monitor Skill Objectives:... SSCS and Command Line Interface Objectives: After completing this module, you will be able to: • Utilize the SSCS to export and import the configuration • Use the fault management command line tools (FMS) Sun Storage 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Course Description Copyright 2008 Sun Microsystems,lnc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 xvii Sun Storage 6000. .. Line Installation and Configuration Course Description xviii Sun StorageTekTM 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Copyright2008 SunMicrosystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 Course goals Preface: About this course Course goals Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: • Describe the features, functions and terminology of the Sun Storage 6000. .. expansion module Sun Storage 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Course Description Copyright 2008 Sun Microsystems,lnc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 xiii Sun Storage 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Course Description Describe the functionality of the CSM200 expansion module Interpret LEDs for proper parts replacement Sun Storage hardware installation. .. Calculate Storage Domain usage Skill Objectives: • Create Hosts and/ or Host Groups Map volumes to Hosts and /or Host Groups Sun Storage 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Course Description Copyright 2008 Sun Microsystems.lnc All Rights Reserved Sun Services June 2009 Revision 3.0 XV Sun Storage 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Course Description Integrated data services: Snapshot... enabling this compute-intensive task to be handled efficiently and effortlessly A separate processor focuses on data movement control, allowing setup and control instructions to be processed and dispatched independent of data 1-6 Sun Storage 6000 Product Line Installation and Configuration Copyright2008 SunMicrosystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, June 2009, Revision 3.0 Sun Storage 6x80 product
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