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Hello, i think you are right. Path information is presented per initiator port. Path management is automatic and controlled in SANsymphony software via host settings. In Windows Disk Management, create partitions and format the volumes as required. You should keep this in mind. Follow the steps in order and click on hyperlinks for additional instructions.
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See Viewing Disk Properties. DataCore describes this also in FAQ The Host Ports component monitors paths from the initiator port perspective. A backend BE port acts as initiator for backend storage.
In the right pane is the complete path information for that virtual disk. Open the console from the desktop shortcut or the Start menu. Hello, i think you are right. Wednesday, March 7, These ports will be disabled, if you stop a DataCore storage server.
In the right pane is the summary of all virtual disks. Monitors virtual disk health and associated paths from the virtual disk perspective. But you should be clear about the limitations when it somes to support!
Maybe the Windows server does not query the first datacorre link to the storage again and so will not use it? Marked as answer by Marc Moennikes Tuesday, March 13, In the console tree, expand Host Ports and click on a port. Datacorf are two solutions for this problem:. The Virtual Disks component monitors paths from the virtual disk perspective.
Next I installed WIK3. Here you can see the additional DataCore disk type. Let’s switch to the disk properties.
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Sign in to vote. All paths to the selected virtual disk are displayed. Today we have rebooted the first SAN storage box, no problem.
Yesterday they attached a fourth node and datcaore to present all vDisks from the other cluster member to the new host. Path information is presented per initiator port. Unfortunately I think you’re on the wrong lane Not an IT pro?
Now the clouds disappeared Make sure that you scan for new devices in the MPIO console or that you run. You should keep this in mind. In the console tree, click Virtual Disks.
Running in a cluster. Yesterday I saw npio strange situation on one of our customers systems. But the datacore MPIO is mybe the better solution in this case.
To view a summary of basic information and health status for all virtual disks:. Refer to the SANsymphony Help for instructions if necessary.