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This content has been marked as final. It should be possible to do this with Mxa1000 only. Hope somebopsy can help me, Regards, Philipp Solved!
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Coexistence with Secure Path on same server. I know the following is NOT very nice and seems to be very “froggy”, but for me it works and i only need values over a periode of about a week I’m hoping you created filesystems after you defined the ksa1000.
But do you really need the VDS provider? The MSA60 is a bay 3.
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A single volume should be avoided at all costs, as it forces you to create giant RAID groups. It’s almost as though the two fibre switches are independant of eachother, because when I disconnect one of the servers to a switch, the second duplicate disk disappears.
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It rebuild my initrd and now it is working. Table 1 Configuration limits. So the HP Msa1000 Array controller can handle a certain number of physical drive movements before it breaks the array configuration.
Parity Initialization after putting in two new disks. I am returning to your site for more soon. Any help would be appreciated.
And if you have Firmware revision 7, the SAN is not active-active. I solved the problem in another way: You guys are not going to believe this Are my disks within this MSA storage failing?
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