2.1.2. Available Functions

2.1.2.1. List of Available Functions

Create Baremetal Server


Functions

   

Description

Server Details

Server Name

 

Customers can set name of Baremetal Server which is also configured as OS hostmame of an Official Image Template.

 

Flavor

 

Customers can select a flavor based on server hardware specifications from a pre-defined list of Baremetal Server Flavor.

 

Image Name

Official image template

Customers can select Official Image Template defined by this menu, which is automatically installed on the Baremetal Server.

Zone/Group

   

Customers can specify a Group in which the Baremetal Server belongs, or set Any Zone to be randomly assigned.

Access and Security

Key Pair Name

Select Key Pair

Customers can either an existing create and register SSH key pair and use it to access Baremetal Server. Customers can utilize one SSH key pair across multiple Baremetal Servers.
Customers can utilize one SSH key pair for multiple Baremetal Servers.
   

Import key pair(s)

Customers can import their own SSH public key.

   

Administrator Password

Customers can set an Administrator password for Official Image Template.

Network

Select Logical Network

 
Customers can select priorly created Logical Networks to connect to Baremetal Server.
Customers can select minimum one Logical Network (Data Plane), maximum four Logical Networks (Data Plane: 2 / Storage Plane: 2).
 

Set IP Address

 

Customers can set a static IP Address to Baremetal Server’s physical NIC port mapped to Logical Network port.

Disk

Set Disk Partitioning

 
Customers can configure disk partitioning in two ways as follows:
1) Automatic
Partition is automatically set as default value of this menu.
2) Manual
Customers can set detailed information such as LVM, Size, File type and Label.
*Customers are required to set the disk partitioning configuration in JSON format.
Please refer to API reference for detail.
 

RAID level

 
RAID Level setting is set by default value in this menu.
For the bare-metal server provided on September 2016, the RAID Level will be provided in RAID1.
Post-install script    

Customers can upload an automatically executable script configured to run after Baremetal Servers are provisioned.

Meta Data

   

Customers can set meta data to a Baremetal Server in the “Key=Value” format

Personality

   

Customers can inject configuration files into Baremetal Server’s filesystem or edit them via command line with appropriate file path.



Delete Baremetal Server

Functions

Description

Delete Server

Customers can select one or multiple Baremetal Server to delete.

Erase Data on Hard Disk

Once Customers delete the Baremetal Server, internal data which they stored within the hard disk will be erased automatically.



Manage Baremetal Server


Functions

   

Description

Power Action

   
As for the power operations of Baremetal Servers, Customers can boot, stop or reboot a server.
Following two methods are available for operation:
1.Operation via control panel on Customer Portal or API.
2.Operation via console (IPMI).
 

Start Server

 

Activates the Server by turning it ON to start

 

Shutdown Server

 

Shuts the Server Down by turning it OFF to stop.

Restart (Reboot) Server

   
Reboot the Server , it has two types defined as
1)Soft Reboot Server :Reboot is executed through ACPI
2)Hard Reboot Server:This action induces Power OFF & Power ON function consecutively

Change Meta Data of Server

   

Customers can change (Add/Edit/Delete) the information of meta data they have configured when creating Baremetal Server.

Server Details

Image Name

Private ISO Image

Customers can mount the private ISO image uploaded to the image storage area on the bare metal server. The mounting method is as follows.
1)You can mount a private ISO image using media connection via customer portal / API.
2)After SSL-VPN connection to NTT Com network via remote console, Customers can use remote management function of each server to mount the ISO image remotely.

Media connection

   

You can connect to the media to mount the private ISO image stored in the image storage area on the bare metal server.

Disconnecting media

   

You can disconnect the connected media.

Remote Console Access (RCA)

SSL VPN  
Customers can connect to IPMI via Internet VPN (SSL).
Maximum 30 IDs are provided per tenant. By adding IDs from the portal, maximum 30 IDs can be added.
 

Console Access

 
Customers can operate their Baremetal Server via KVM (i.e. keyboard, video & mouse) console access.
Customers can operate their Baremetal Server via KVM (i.e. keyboard, video & mouse) console access. Customers can get information of URL, username, and password for console access via Customer Portal / API.
  IPMI  

Customers can confirm the event logs and/or the hardware status of Baremetal Server through IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface). IPMI remote media function can also be used for installing customized ISO images.

UEFI    

Customers can change the UEFI (BIOS) settings of the server via the Customer Portal / API.

Server Details

Overview

Information

Customers can confirm server name, ID, Tenant ID, Zone/Group information, time stamp for Server creation, Total Elapsed time since provisioning, and status.

   

Specifications

Customers can confirm the specifications of Flavor / Flavor ID / CPU / Memory.

   

Physical NIC Port

Customers can confirm the information of Baremetal Server’s four physical NIC Ports, and Logical Network resources connected with each NIC port.

   

OS Settings

Customers can confirm the information on disk partitioning, RAID, metadata, etc.

    UEFI

Customers can confirm the current UEFI settings, default UEFI settings, Last update time stamp and UEFI status

 

Physical NIC Port

Add Port

Customers can add Logical Network Port to the physical NIC port of Baremetal Server.
By this function, Customers can further add multiple Logical Networks.
Customers can set Port Name / Port Description / Port Tag / Logical Network/ IP address / Segment Type (FLAT/VLAN) /Segment ID.
   

Edit Port’s Settings

Customers can update the Port Name, Port Description, Port Tag, add Fixed IP to a port of same or different subnet, add device Mac address to the port.

   

Delete Port

Customers can delete a Port of Logical Network from the physical NIC port of Baremetal Server.

API    
API based on OpenStack Nova is provided.
(Please refer to API References for details.)


2.1.2.2. Descriptions of Respective Functions

Create Baremetal Server

Server Details

Server Name

Customers can set a Server name.
Customers can set a Server name via Customer Portal / API.
Server name is also configured as OS Host Name ( only for Official Image Templates).
Server Name is unique within a tenant. Customers cannot change Server Name.

Items

   

Mode

Rules

All

   

Customer Portal / API

can use only these characters a-z A-Z 0-9 + _ . -
*The first and last letters can not use “hyphen (‘-‘)”.

Entry Rules for Template

Official image template

RHEL/CentOS/Ubuntu

Customer Portal / API

Length of characters: 1-255 (byte)

    Windows

Customer Portal / API

Length of characters: 1-15 (byte)

 

Private ISO Image

   
Length of characters: 1-255 (byte)
*Customers need to be aware of the restrictions of their ISO Image.

Server ID

Server ID is a unique identifier that is assigned to Baremetal Server
Server ID is unique within a Region.
Customers cannot change server ID.

<Entry Rules>

Items

   

Mode

Rules

All

   

Customer Portal / API

Available characters: a-z A-Z 0-9 Character “-” cannot be used at the beginning and the ending of a sentence.

Entry Rules for Template

Official image template

RHEL/CentOS/Ubuntu

Customer Portal / API

Length of characters: 1-255 (byte)

    Windows

Customer Portal / API

Length of characters: 1-15 (byte)


Flavor

Customers can use this menu by selecting a server from the default flavor via Customer Portal / API.
It is also possible to provision a mix of different flavors within a Tenant.

“”<Physical Configurations of Baremetal Server>”“

Item Name

Details

CPU

Differs depending upon Flavor

Memory

Differs depending upon Flavor

Internal Disk

Differs depending upon Flavor

RAID Controller RAID1

Power Source

Dual power supplies with Active / Active

NIC

10G Port* 4 (DualPort 10G Network Card * 2)


Images

You can select the official image template to pre-install on the bare metal server.
The Official Templates including software license will be charged per Baremetal Server.

Official Template

Official Image Templates are the ones provided through this menu.
There are two types of templates: One is a template including software license, the other is open-source template.
The Official Image Templates including software license will be charged per Baremetal Server.
OS specific settings are defined as the standard default service specification in advance. For more details of each template, please refer to the Service Description of OS menu.



OS Settings

Please refer to OS Service Description for more details on OS security settings.

Zone / Group

Customers can “select” specific Zone/Group or can opt for “Any Zone/Group” to be randomly assigned a group in which the Baremetal Server will be deployed. This feature enables to maintain redundancy in a datacenter environment.
Refer to region / zone / group service manual _ for explanation of group.


Access and Security

SSH Key Pairs

Customers can create one new SSH key pair, and can register one SSH key pair in use.
For more details, please refer to the Service Description of OS for OS specific limitation of using SSH Key Pair function.
Customers can create up to 120 key pairs per Tenant.

Select Key Pair

Customers can automatically set key pair to the OS image by selecting the key pair they created prior in the “Server List” page. This will inject the Public key of the key pair into the server OS configuration.

Import Key Pair

Key pairs can be created beforehand and later selected from the available drop down list when a server is initially provisioned. Customers can import their own SSH public key by setting the key pair name name they would like to choose and uploading the key value.
(Key pairs can be also created on the Key Pair List page. Two public keys and two private keys will be generated. The created private keys will be downloaded to Customers’ terminal. The created private keys have to be managed by Customers. Please note that NTT Com will not assume any responsibilities.)

Administrator Password

Customers can set Administrator Password, which they can use as a SSH password. For more details please refer to the Service Description of OS.
For more details, please refer to the Service Description of OS for OS specific limitation of using SSH Key Pair function.

Network

Configuring network setting when provisioning Baremetal Server

When provisioning Baremetal Server, Customers are required to select the existing Logical Network priorly created.
They need to configure Logical network settings to at least one physical NIC port.
(Customers can set one Logical Network for every four physical NIC ports of Baremetal Server.)
However customers can add multiple Logical Network Ports post provisioning through Baremetal Server’s management functions.

Customers cannot set multiple Logical Ports within the same Logical Network ID to the same physical NIC port of Baremetal Server. Fore more details, please refer to the section of “Add Port of Logical Network”.

Fore more details of Logical Network, please refer to the Service Description of Logical Network.
<List of Logical Network Settings When Creating Baremetal Server>

Items to set

 

Description

Mandatory

Optional

Static IP Address

 

Customers can set static IP Address to the Logical Network Port in the range of Logical Network Subnet.

N/A

Y

No IP Address Selected

DHCP enable / disable

Static IP Address is set to Logical Network Port in the range of Logical Network Subnet.

N/A

Y

  • *Static route settings of Logical Network Port will not be validated. Customers are required to manually configure static route in respective OS Network configuration.

  • *As for the DNS / NTP settings of Logical Network, the DNS/NTP, configuration of the 1st Logical Network of Data Plane added to Baremetal server will be reflected to the OS.
    Other DNS / NTP settings of Logical Network will not be reflected. When Customers need to set multiple DNS / NTP settings, they need to set manually in the OS.
<Physical Configuration>
Baremetal Server has four (4) available ports at physical NIC port.
Physical NIC ports consists of two different network cards that has two physical ports. Each physical NIC port is connected to Data Plane and Storage Plane of Logical Network respectively.
<Values of Logical Network Setting When Provisioning Baremetal Server>

Logical Network ID

Plane

Port ID

Port
Segment type [1]
Port
Segment ID [1]
Port
Subnet
Port
Port IP Address
Physical
Switch #
Physical
Physical Network Port ID
Physical
Physical NIC Port ID
Physical
NIC Port #
Physical
NIC Port
MAC Address

Network Card

Automatically assigned

Data Plane

Automatically assigned

FLAT/VLAN 0/3

Customers

Fixed

#1

Automatically assigned

Automatically assigned

1

Higher Numbers

1

Automatically assigned

Storage Plane

Automatically assigned

FLAT/VLAN 0/3

Customers

Fixed

#2

Automatically assigned

Automatically assigned

2

Lower Numbers

1

Automatically assigned

Storage Plane

Automatically assigned

FLAT/VLAN 0/3

Customers

Fixed

#3

Automatically assigned

Automatically assigned

3

Lower Numbers

2

Automatically assigned

Data Plane

Automatically assigned

FLAT/VLAN 0/3

Customers

Fixed

#4

Automatically assigned

Automatically assigned

4

Higher Numbers

2

** [1] ** By default, the segment type is flat / segment ID is set at 0.
If the customer wants to configure the VLAN, after creating bare metal server, please add a port for the logical network.
(Delete existing ports as required.)
If you select the ESXi for BYOL in the official image template, from the time of creation of the bare metal server
By default, the segment type is VLAN / segment ID is set at 3.
If customers want to use the default settings and different segment ID, customers must add a port of the logical network.

<Comparison for Physical NIC Ports of Baremetal Server in each OS>
In the case of Server flavor General Purpose 1 / General Purpose 2 / General Purpose 3 / Workload Optimized 1

Physical NIC Port ID

Physical NIC Port #

MAC Address at Port

Network Card

Windows Server 2012 R2 RHEL 7.1,7.3 CentOS 7.1, 7.3 Ubuntu 14.04.01, 16.04.01 CoreOS 835.9.0 ESXi 5.5 update3a, 6.0 update2

Automatically assigned

1

Lower Numbers

1 Network 1 enp00s0f1 p1p1 enp00s00f1 vmnic1

Automatically assigned

2

Higher Numbers

1 Network 0 enp00s0f0 p1p0 enp00s00f0 vmnic0

Automatically assigned

3

Lower Numbers

2 Network 2 enp00s0f2 p1p2 enp00s00f2 vmnic2

Automatically assigned

4

Higher Numbers

2 Network 3 enp00s0f3 p1p3 enp00s00f3 vmnic3
** Server flavor Workload Optimized 2 case **

Physical NIC Port ID

Physical NIC Port #

MAC Address at Port

Network Card

Windows Server 2012 R2

Automatically assigned

1

Lower Numbers

1 Network 1

Automatically assigned

2

Higher Numbers

1 Network 0

Automatically assigned

3

Lower Numbers

2 Network 2

Automatically assigned

4

Higher Numbers

2 Network 3

<Logical Networking Mapping when Baremetal Server is initially provisioned>
Please also see the diagram of “Add logical Network Port”.
ベアメタルサーバー初期作成時のロジカルネットワークの設定イメージ

Hard Disk Settings

RAID Level

  • General Purpose1 / General Purpose 2 / General Purpose 3 / Workload Optimized 1
    It will be provided set as RAID1.

  • Workload Optimized 2
    Only two disks are set by default value (RAID 1) of this menu. The setting will not be made to remaining 34 disks.
    For the implementation of RAID Level set by the customer, please refer to the tutorial “RAID setting method of Workload Optimized 2”.

**Disk Partitioning”*

  • Automatic setting
    Disk partitioning setup is defined by default as part of Baremetal Server menu is made. The partitioning configuration for each OS is as follows:
  • Official image template

  • RHEL/CentOS/Ubuntu
    Primary Storage Area will be set as ‘/’.
    GPT area, UEFI partition and boot partition are the other partition areas created other than primary storage.
    Following are the file systems of each OS:
    RHEL/CentOS : xfs
    Ubuntu : ext4
    LVM will not be configured.
Disk Partitioning (RHEL/CentOS/Ubuntu)

Area Name

GPT Area

/boot/efi /boot /
File system N/A fat32 ext4

xfs for RHEL / CentOS, and ext4 for Ubuntu

Data volume <1MB 512MB 512MB

<Remaining Area >

  • Windows
    Primary storage area will be set as “C:”.
    File system is NTFS.
    In the head of the primary storage, create partitions of Windows RE Tools, ESP and MSR.
    (For the above, please refer to the following URL: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh824839.aspx)

    16GB of Pagefile is created in “C:”.
** Disk Partitioning (Windows)**

Area Name

Windows RE ESP MSR Windows (C:)
File system Tools N/A N/A NTFS / pagefile.sys
Data volume 300MB-1GB 500MB 128MB

<Remaining Area > / 16GB

  • VMware ESXi for BYOL
    Partitioning setup is based on the specification defined by VMware.
    Partitions and file system are created on the primary storage.
  • CoreOS
    Partitions and file system are created on the primary storage.

  • Manual Partitioning
    Customers can set detailed information such as LVM, Size, File type and Label.
    Customers are required to write configuration parameters in JSON format. For more details, please refer to API reference as follows: https://ecl.ntt.com/documents/api-references/baremetal-server
    Following disk partitioning for each OS can be set:
  • RedHat / Ubuntu
    LVM settings are supported.
    Custmers can choose Partitioning type, Label, LVM group, Partitioning size, Filesystem type, Mount point and so on.
    Almost all file formats (incl. ext2, ext4, swap) can be supported.
  • Windows
    Customers can specify the partitioning size of each disk. (Customers cannot change the drive letters. They will be assigned automatically.)
    Remaining capacity of each disk will be remained as “Unused”.
    Only NTFS format is available.
    Set the disk size of Windows (C:) to 100GB or more (including pagefile.sys (16GB)).
  • VMware ESXi for BYOL
    Customers cannot configure disk partitioning, as it is configured based on the specification of software vendor.

<Reference> LVM Settings for each OS
  • Official image template
Official Template

Official image template

Enable Manual setting

Detail of Manual LVM Settings

RHEL/CentOS

Enabled

vg_label and lv_label can use only these characters a-z A-Z 0-9 + _ . -
1-64 characters length
fs_type : xfs, ext4, ext3, ext2, vfat, swap
mount_point allows /, /var, /usr, /home
Ubuntu

Enabled

vg_label and lv_label can use only these characters a-z A-Z 0-9 + _ . -
1-64 characters length
fs_type : xfs, ext4, ext3, ext2, jfs, fat16, fat32, swap
mount_point allows /, /home, /tmp, /usr, /var, /srv, /opt, /usr/local

SWAP Capacity

The Baremetal Server with Official Image Template enables following SWAP areas:
SWAP Capacity

Official image template

Customers designating SWAP System Type(s)

Details

Size (GB)

RHEL/CentOS/Ubuntu

Customers need to specify the system type.

SWAP area is created with the size and mount point designated by Customers.

N/A
 

Customers do not need to specify the system type.

SWAP area is created with the default settings of this menu automatically.

16
Windows

Customers do not need to specify the system type.

SWAP area is created with the default settings of this menu automatically.

16

Post-Install Action

NTT Com provides following functions which can provide methods for additional customized OS configuration.

User Data/ Post-install Script

Customers can set an automatically executable script after Baremetal Servers provisioning via Customer Portal /API. Customers are noted that there are restrictions over parameters as below:
User Data/ Post-install Script

Item Name

Methods

Numbers

Unit

Maximum Number of Script

Customer Portal / API

1

Script

Script Size

Customer Portal

16 KB
  API 64 KB

Encoding Method

Customer Portal / API

base64 N/A
<Reference>For respective OS Format Use Cases
As for the format of each OS, Please refer to the following table:
For respective OS Format Use Cases

Official image template

Execution File

Execution Format

RHEL/CentOS/Ubuntu cloud-init https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CloudInit
Windows cloudbase-init https://github.com/stackforge/cloudbase-init
VMware ESXi for BYOL N/A N/A
CoreOS CoreOS cloud-init https://github.com/coreos/

Personality Parameter

Customers can include SSH Key and inject configuration files into the filesystem of Baremetal Server prior to the deployment.
Customers are noted that there are restrictions over parameters as below:
Personality Parameter

Item Name

Methods

Numbers

Unit

Maximum Number of File

Customer Portal / API

10

File

Length of File Paths

Customer Portal / API

255 Byte

Script Size

Customer Portal / API

10 KB

Encoding Method

Customer Portal / API

Base64 N/A

※ If the OS is RHEL / CentOS, files can not be placed under / tmp

Meta Data

Customers can set meta data in pairing forms of Key/Value for provisioning Baremetal Server.
Customers are noted that there are restrictions over parameters as below:
Meta Data

Item Name

Methods

Numbers

Unit

Maximum Number of Configurable Key/Value Pair

Customer Portal / API

128

Pairs

Maximum Letter Size of Configurable Key and Configurable Value Respectively

Customer Portal / API

255 byte

Delete Baremetal Server

Select Baremetal Server to Delete

Customers can select one or multiple Baremetal Servers to delete via Customer Portal / API, and delete them.


Erase Data on Hard Disk

s for data erase standards, it satisfies the requirement of NIST.SP.800-88r1 and data erase is completely realized, so it is impossible to read data after deleting data.
Even when the Baremetal server is abolished, it will be implemented in a manner that meets the above specifications.
In addition, PCIDSS conforms to the operation condition at the time of disk failure.
For details here <https://ecl.ntt.com/certificate/> please refer.



Manage Baremetal Server

Power Action

Customers can operate following actions via Customer Portal / API:
Power Operations

Item Name

Details

Start Server

Activates the Server by turning it ON to start
The following five Boot modes can be selected.
· No boot mode
· Disk boot: ref: [1] <note 1>
· PXE Boot: ref: [1] <note 1>
· ISO boot: ref: [1] <note 1>
· Legacy boot: ref: [2] <note 2>

Shutdown Server

Stop the server

Reboot Server

Reboot the Server , it has two types defined as
1)Soft Reboot Server :Reboot is executed through ACPI
2)Hard Reboot Server :This action induces Power OFF & Power ON function consecutively

In addition, 1) / 2) can select the following 5 Boot modes.
· No boot mode
· Disk boot: ref: [3] <note 3>
· PXE Boot: ref: [3] <note 3>
ISO boot: ref: [3] <note 3>
· Legacy boot: ref: [4] <note 4>

[1] The server is started with the boot mode set to UEFI.

[2] The server is started with the boot mode set to legacy BIOS.
In the case of v1 flavor, the order of boot order is ISO boot, disk boot, PXE boot.
In the case of v2 flavor, ISO boot is executed at the beginning of the boot order and disk boot or PXE boot is executed for the second and third order

[3] The server is rebooted with the boot mode set to UEFI.

[4] The server is started with the boot mode set to legacy BIOS.
For v1 flavor, the boot order will be ISO boot, disk boot, PXE boot reboot.
In the case of v2 flavor, ISO boot is executed at the beginning of the boot order and disk boot or PXE boot is executed in the second and third order.


Media connection

Customers can mount the private ISO image stored in the image storage area on the bare metal server.
After shutting down the bare metal server, connect the media and select ISO boot in the boot mode.
(For implementation methods, refer to the Media Connectivity Functions of the Tutorial.)

Please be aware that media disconnection may be performed automatically in the following cases.
-After 24 hours or more have elapsed after connecting the media
-After connecting the media, stopping the server and starting the server again
Please check for other points, the service description of image storage area

Disconnecting media

The customer can disconnect the media connected to the bare metal server.



Remote Console Access

SSL VPN

Following Functions will be provided:
1)End Point for Remote Console Access
SSL VPN access is available from the devices at Customers’ On-premises. They can access to IPMI of all Baremetal Servers, which belongs to the same Tenant via single account.

Steps Customers need to follow to can establish the VPN session.
Customers install SSL VPN Client Software to their terminals.
Configure SSL VPN endpoint information provided by NTT Com.

For supported OS, please check from the following URL. (Customers will be moved to outside of NTT Com site.)
In addition to the supported OS on the URL above, Mac OS X El Capitan(10.11)” and “macOS Sierra(10.12)” are also validated in NTT Com’s verification environment.


2)Username and Password Management
Customers can manage, delete or update the username and password for accessing to the endpoint of Remote Console Access.
※30 IDs will be provided per tenant.
Operate SSL VPN

Item Name

Details

Change User Password

Customers can change the user password.
The entry rule of the password is 8–127 characters length, with upper and lower cases / numbers / special characters ( . - _ @ / * + , ! # $ % & ( ) ~ |) as usable characters.

Delete User

Customer can delete the users.

User List

Customer can see the list of users within the same Tenant.



Console Access

Customers can operate their Baremetal Server Console via KVM (Keyboard, Video and Mouse). Customers are informed of URL, token, username, and password for console access via Customer Portal / API.


IPMI

Customers can monitor the hardware status of Baremetal Servers through IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface).
They can also collect event logs and hardware statuses via IPMI.


Edit UEFI (BIOS) Configuration

This function enables customers to change UEFI configuration of a Baremetal server to optimize server performance.
After the setup is complete, the server undergoes Soft reboot , it make take upto 20 mins to implement changes and bring up the server.
Furthermore, they can also view the Default configurations for different UEFI functions at customer Portal.

  • General Purpose 1 v1/General Purpose 2 v1/General Purpose 3 v1/Workload Optimized 1 v1
  • General Purpose 1 v2/General Purpose 2 v2/General Purpose 3 v2/Workload Optimized 1 v2
    : doc: v2uefi_list

  • Workload Optimized 2
    The UEFI settings can not be changed.
    UEFI setting status can not be confirmed by the Customer Portal.
    For the setting status list please refer to the following.


Server Details

Customers can obtain detailed information of Baremetal Servers via Customer Portal / API.
Server List

Item Name

Details

Name

Displays the server name set by Customers.

Image Name

Displays the name of Official Image Template or private ISO image.

Zone/Group

Display zone / group to which bare metal server belongs

Time since provisioning

Displays the elapsed time since the order for creating Baremetal Server is accepted.

Flavor

Display Flavor Name Value (If the pointer is overlaid, information such as Flavor ID / CPU / Memory will be displayed.)

Status

Displays the current status values of Baremetal Server. Values can be ACTIVE, BUILD, REBUILD, RESIZE, VERIFY_RESIZE, ERROR, DELETED.

Power Status

Displays the value of power state for Baremetal Server. Values can be RUNNING, SHUTDOWN, CRASHED.

Task

Displays the task values. the current state of progress of the tasks on the server. Values can be None, BUILDING, DELETING, STOPPING, STARTING, REBOOTING, REBUILDING, RESIZING, RESIZE_REVERTING, RESIZE_CONFIRMING.

Action

Delete Baremetal Server, or available operations when Customers manage Baremetal Server. Values can be Start server, Shutdown server, Edit server information, Console information,Reboot, Delete server


**2.Server Details: Information Overview

Item Name

Details

Server Name

Displays the server name set by Customers.

ID

Displays the Baremetal Server ID configured by NTT Com.

Tenant ID

Displays the Tenant ID where Baremetal Server is created within.

Zone/Group

Display zone / group to which bare metal server belongs

Creation time

Display time when bare metal server was created

Time since provisioning

Displays the elapsed time since the order for creating Baremetal Server is accepted.

Status

Displays the current status values of Baremetal Server. Values can be ACTIVE, BUILD, REBUILD, RESIZE, VERIFY_RESIZE, ERROR, DELETED.


3. Server Details: Specification Overview

Item Name

Details

Flavor

Displays the name of their Flavor.

Flavor ID

Displays the Flavor ID associated with Flavor.

CPU

Displays the number of CPU processor in Baremetal Server.

Memory

Displays the Baremetal Server memory size.


4.Server Details: Image Overview

Item Name

Details

Image Name

Displays the value of the Official Image Template Name.


5.Server Details: Meta Data Overview

Item Name

Details

Meta Data

Displays the value of meta data key and value formats.


** 6. Overview - RAID configuration **

Item Name

Details

Primary Storage

Displays the value of True/False on the PrimaryStorage attribute of RaidArrays.

RAID Card Hardware ID

Displays the value of raid_card_hardware_id of RaidArrays.

Disk Hardware ID

Displays the value of disk_hardware_ids of RaidArrays.

Partitioning Label

Displays the value of partition_label attributes in partitioning arrays element.

LVM

Displays the value of True/False on the LVM Attributes in partitioning arrays element.

Size

Displays the value of size attributes in partitioning arrays element.

  1. Overview - LVM volume group

Item Name

Details

VG Label

Displays the value of vg_label attributes on the LVM Volume Groups element.

PV Partitioning Label

Displays the value of physical_volume_partition_labels on the LVM Volume Groups element in one line.

LV label

Displays the value of lv_label attributes in logical_volumes arrays elements.

Size

Displays the value of size attributes in logical_volumes arrays elements.


** 8. Overview - File system **

Item Name

Details

Mount Point

Displays the value of mount_point attributes in FileSystem element.

Label

Displays the value of label attributes in FileSystem element.

Filesystem Types

Displays the value of file_system_type attributes in FileSystem element.

** 9. Overview - Media connection status **

Item Name

Details

media

Display the name of the media connected to the bare metal server


** 10. Overview - Physical NIC port **

Item Name

Details

Physical NIC Port ID

Displays the value of physical NIC port ID of Baremetal Server. (NTT Com sets this by default)

Physical NIC Port MAC Address

Displays the value of MAC Address for Baremetal Server’s Physical NIC Port.

Physical Network Port ID

Displays the value of physical network port ID in Logical Network, which is the counterpart of Baremetal Server’s physical NIC port.

Network Plane

Displays the value of the Plane type (Data Plane / Storage Plane) of Logical Network.

Connectivity Port Network ID

Displays the value of Logical Network ID connected to Baremetal Server’s physical NIC port.

Connectivity Port PortID

Displays the value of Logical Network ID connected to Baremetal Server’s physical NIC port.

Connectivity Port Subnet ID

Displays the value of Logical Network Subnet ID connected to Baremetal Server’s physical NIC port.

Connectivity Port IP Address

Displays the value of IP Address in Logical Network connected to Baremetal Server’s physical NIC port.


** 11. Overview - UEFI **

Item Name

Details

Flavor

Displays the name of their Flavor.

Status

Show reflection status of UEFI setting

message

When an error occurs in the UEFI setting, a message is displayed

Update date and time

Display the date and time the UEFI setting was last updated

Key

Display changed setting items by UEFI setting

Types

Display type of setting value

Values

Display the changed setting value by UEFI setting

Default

Display default setting value



Physical NIC Port

Customers can confirm the information on the Logical Network Port connected to physical NIC port in their Baremetal Server.
Furthermore, they can add Logical Network Port connected to physical NIC port of their Baremetal Server.


Logical Network Setting in Baremetal Server Management (after Server creation is completed)

Customers can either add, modify or delete the Logical Network Port connected to physical NIC port of their Baremetal Server.
Customers can set only Logical Network configuration via Customer Portal / API.
After Customers create Multiple Logical Network Port connected to a Physical Nic port, they need to reflect the Segment ID (vlan ID) and IP address and other network information in the OS setting of Baremetal server manually.

This function is to add Logical Network Port for Baremetal Server menu. Customers are advised to utilize Logical Network API, and not the Baremetal Server API.
This section describes the details of the function to add Logical Network Port. For overall Logical Network, please refer to the Service Description of Logical Network.


Add Logical Network Port

Following are the required settings when Customers add Logical Network Port to physical NIC port of their Baremetal Server:


1.Add Port to Baremetal Server.
Customers can add Logical Network Port of the same Plane (Data / Storage Plane) to each physical NIC port of Baremetal Server.

Item Name

 

Details

Mandatory

Optional

Port Name

 

This is the name of Logical Network Port set by Customers.

Y

N/A

Port Description

 

This is the description for Logical Network Port.

N/A

Y

Port Tag

 

This is the tag for the Port set by Customers. They can use this tag when they would like to search or set conditions via Customer Portal / API.

N/A

Y

Select Logical Network

 

Customers can select Logical Network that associated with Logical Network Port.

Y

N/A
 

DHCP Enabled

When Logical Network DHCP is enabled, IP address will be assigned automatically from the IP address range of Subnet.

N/A N/A
 

DHCP Disabled

When Logical Network DHCP is disabled, the smallest IP address that is not used in the Subment will be assinged automatically.

Y

N/A

Segmentation Types

 

After Customers create Baremetal Server, they can assign segmentation type from following two types, and can perform this operation in the screen for adding Logical Network Port.

Y

N/A
  flat

This connects Logical Network Port and Baremetal Server with untagged vLAN.

Y

  VLAN

This connects Logical Network Port and Baremetal Server with tagged vLAN.

N/A

Y

Segmentation ID

 

If Customers select VLAN as the segment type, the segment ID becomes VLAN ID and Customers can let other ports which are set the same segment ID, belong to the same VLAN. The values of “0”, “1”, “2”, or “4094” cannot be set as segment ID.

Y



2. Edit Port Settings
Customers can change Port name, description, and tag , add multiple IP address to the port for multiple subnets, attach port to other devices by inputing MAC Address as follows:

Item Name

Details

Mandatory

Optional

Port Name

This is the name of Logical Network Port set by Customers.

N/A

Y

Port Description

This is the description for Logical Network Port.

N/A

Y

Port Tag

This is the tag for the Port set by Customers. They can use this tag when they would like to search or set conditions via Customer Portal / API.

N/A

Y



3.ポートをベアメタルサーバーから削除
Customers can delete Logical Network Port from Physical NIC port of their Baremetal Server.

Item Name

Details

Mandatory

Optional

Port ID

Select which Port to delete.

Y

N/A


Reference: Adding Logical Network ID after Baremetal Server is Provisioned.
*Please also refer to the image of “Network Settings when Creating Baremetal Servers”.
ベアメタルサーバー提供後、ロジカルネットワークのID追加イメージ