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But i am unable to configure MPIO in windows Ars Tribunus Militum et Subscriptor.
For several years my group has had our own fiber attached SAN. You may not remove any copyright notices from the Software.
Ok, thanks folks, I think I have a handle on what I need to get my hands on now to make this work. And some other solution has to be put into place to handle failover? Oct 13, Posts: Nov 20, Posts: You may only distribute the Software to your customers pursuant to a written license agreement. Ok, hopefully you guys can help me figure out if I’m making some bad assumptions If you do not wish to so agree, do not install or use the Software. I’m trying to figure out if this is the case.
Configuring MPIO on Windows server
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I’m seeing 2 mountable volumes instead of one, but I’m not sure if it’s because I don’t have something setup correctly so that only a single volume is presented to the OS, and path failover is handled at a different level.
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You need some sort of MPIO software that will consolidate the two disks when it realizes that it’s one. If the Software has been delivered by Intel on physical media, Intel warrants the media to be free from material physical defects for a period of ninety days after delivery by Intel.
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Now, the departmental SAN we are moving to is NetApp based, and comments I’m reading lead me to suspect that in some vendors, I may not be able to expect to see wndows mountable space, but multiple ones one per path. Ur post was informative. Did you find the information on this site useful?
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