From a command prompt, issue the command “mpclaim -s -d” and you should see that there are no disk present yet, as you haven’t allowed any. Configure hardware for MPIO. Again, you can use the GUI for all this, too. So if I were to be doing this, I would evict a node from the cluster sounds like you have plenty of room with six hosts , and set up the MPIO on that host, then join the node back to the cluster. Get Support Create Case. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. Rinse and repeat for each node.

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Somewhat weird since I have PP.

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Look for the entry about half way down called Source IP: Once this initiator push is done, the host will be displayed as an available host to add to the Storage Group in Navisphere Manager Navisphere Express. Hi, We have 6 node hyper-v clusters running 20 vm.

It is visible to a host, regardless of the operating system, when the Arraycommpath setting is enabled for an HBA initiator and that initiator does not see a physical LUN with an address of 0. From a command prompt, issue the command “mpclaim -s -d” and you should see the disks claimed by MPIO on the node.


This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. High Availability Clustering https: May be some sccsi else at technet can help me about the after effects of getting MPIO on cluster systems. Obviously you will want whatever you saw in the previous step, but in case you plan on using some other configurations, you can add everything from the list from above.

Driver needed during upgrade to r2 (DGC Raid 5 Scsi)

Yes you are right this needs to be done before creating cluster but in my case somehow we missed this thing. You need to check in Connectivity Status to ensure that you have all paths from the server logged dtc and registered.

Support Knowledge Base Thanks for that, I can’t try it now since it is disruptive but will give it go at some stage.

Please provide additional feedback optional: From a command prompt, issue the command “mpclaim -e” to display the vendor product ID string for the connected storage array.

This is mandatory for the host to log in to the Storage Group.

Anytime you have system presented to diisk storage group that does not have a lun at Host Id PP shows the working one and no problems are reported.


I deleted the other entries but they are back after reboot.

Please type your message and try again. Go to original post. When I removed it from device manager it disappears under disk manager too. A SCSI-3 SCC-2 term defined as “the logical unit number that an application client uses to communicate with, configure and determine information about an SCSI xcsi array and the logical units attached to it.

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Best practice when adding EMC CLARiiON luns to a StorageGroup (handling of LUNZ devices)

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However, now a unreadable disk appears in my disk manager as well as my working one. In the CLARiiON context, LUNZ refers to a fake logical unit zero presented to the host to provide a path for host software to send configuration commands to the sczi when no physical logical unit zero is available to the host. Rinse and repeat for each node. Get the latest Host Connectivity Guide for Windows – these is a section there that explains how drvice log on using a specific IP address.

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