And this can cause performance problems. ALUA commands are supported on the host. In Windows Disk Management, create partitions and format the volumes as required. Frontend FE ports act only in target-only mode. Using both methods on the same system the same time is nothing I was able to find in the DataCore ocumentation so I will open a case to clearify this. Marked as answer by Marc Moennikes Tuesday, March 13, In the right pane is the summary of all virtual disks.
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Goto datcaore management, right-click one of the two DataCore disks and choose “Properties”. It is an property of the disk and is datcaore on the MPIO tab.
Monitors paths from the initiator port perspective. In the console tree, expand DataCore Server s and click on a server.
In the right pane is the complete path information for that virtual disk. The software must be installed before serving SANsymphony virtual disks.
I will talk to datacore again. Also some potentially useful logging information regarding connections between the DataCore Server and the Storage Array is lost i.
Marked as answer datwcore Marc Moennikes Tuesday, March 13, The Path ID is provided by the operating system. And this can cause performance problems.
The software will continue to monitor and failback when possible if it datacor required. In the right pane is the complete target path information for that port. There are two solutions for this problem:. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Create multipath virtual disks if necessary and serve them to hosts.
Round Robin or fixed path? The Host Ports component monitors paths from the initiator port perspective. Path information is presented per initiator port. The GB disk is displayed 4 times here.
Microsoft MPIO with HA SAN
Sounds similar to this one: In the console tree, click DataCore Servers. Path management is automatic and controlled in SANsymphony software via host settings. A backend BE port acts as initiator for backend storage. I think, there is maybe something not optimal configured with MPIO. Path information is presented per virtual disk. Here you can see the additional DataCore disk type. Checking the other three hosts that were also upgraded to WIK3.
Getting Started with DataCore MPIO
Thank you Unfortunately I think you’re on the wrong lane So a reboot was done but after the reboot, the situation remained the same. Open the console from the desktop shortcut or the Start menu.
There are three main components in the console tree: All paths to the selected virtual disk are displayed.