You can run Hybrid File Store on HyperScale X (HSX) appliance (HS4300) model nodes.
Note: Hybrid File Store is currently not supported on HyperScale X Reference Architecture nodes.
Before You Begin
Verify that NFS-Ganesha is installed on the HyperScale node.
For HSX appliance nodes, the NFS-Ganesha package is automatically installed when you perform an Operating System upgrade on the node.
If you are not upgrading the operating system, then install the NFS-Ganesha package using one of the following methods:
The CVInstallNetworkServer tool automatically installs the NFS-Ganesha server on the Linux MediaAgent. For more information, see CVInstallNetworkServer Tool.
If you performed this step successfully, then skip the manual installation instructions.
On the HyperScale X node, download the NFS-Ganesha 2.8.2 for RHEL 7 version from the Commvault Store, and then follow the directions included in the install.txt file.
From the navigation pane, go to Manage > Infrastructure.
The Infrastructure page appears.
Click the Hybrid File Store tile.
The Hybrid File Store page appears.
In the upper-right corner of the page, click Add Hybrid File Store.
The Add Hybrid File Store dialog box appears.
In the Hybrid File Store name box, enter a name for the Hybrid File Store.
From the Protocol list, select NFS protocol.
From the File server list, select the HyperScale node to use as the Hybrid File Store server.
In the Data cache path box, enter the full path to the disk cache directory on the Hybrid File Store server.
For HSX appliance, the disk cache directory is automatically preset.
In the Index directory box, enter the path to the index cache directory on the Hybrid File Store server that you selected.
For HSX appliance, the index cache directory is automatically preset.
The Index directory box is displayed only if you have not already configured index cache directory on the Hybrid File Store server.
From the Backup plan list, select the server plan associated with the HyperScale storage pool. This server plan will be used to back up the Hybrid File Store.