16. června 2012 14:10I am trying to migrate from a DMX-4 to VMAX SAN volume using EMC's Open Migrator. however, it looks like unless the disk types are System it will not migrate from disk1 to disk2. I know there is a registry value somewhere that can be changed for the disk startup type as I have had to do it in the past, but cannot recall it for the life of me, and no luck in googling it. I have tried just stopping the cluster service on node2 and rebooting it and changing Cluster Disk service from system to disabled and rebooted and that wasn't sufficient enough. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
- Upravený caveney 16. června 2012 14:34
17. června 2012 3:19Moderátor
I am trying to migrate from a DMX-4 to VMAX SAN volume using EMC's Open Migrator
>> This is not a cluster issue, it is recommended that you contact EMC to perform the further research.
- Označen jako odpověď Vincent HuModerator 21. června 2012 10:09
17. června 2012 18:08I realize it is not a cluster issue, but it is a setting in regards to Microsoft for cluster disks to temporarily remove it from the cluster and being detected as a system disk, which will allow me to complete my migration, hence the reason I asked the question here. Thanks for your less than useful response.
- Upravený caveney 17. června 2012 18:09
18. června 2012 13:41Moderátor
If you want to remove the disk from cluster, just remove the application which is dependent on it, then you can remove from the cluster.
19. června 2012 3:19Try iBM V7000
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