giovedì 6 agosto 2009 17:40Hi Every body
I have little problem my configuration is two virtual server with windows 2008 r2 Clauster and SAN Dell store MD 3000I.
I will configure 4 Hard Virtual Drive for my SQL server Clauster.
Went I active the first hard drive it work fine. Next i tried to active second hard drive with windows disk mangement I have messeges
Thanks for you time and anwsers.
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mercoledì 12 agosto 2009 03:05Moderatore
How is your state now?
I'd like to confirm what's the meaing of your "active the hard drive"? Did you only encountered this issue with the second hard drive? How about the rest hard drives?
I performed the tests on my local cluster computer without any issue.(I used iSCSI here)
In order to isolate the issue, please provide the exactly steps you active the hard drives.
lunedì 9 novembre 2009 19:33Hi,
Same Problem here.
Windows 2008R2 Datacenter, 2 servers cluster via an IBM DS3300 ISCSI SAN. Both server have the "hyperV" role no other roles install, "clustering" is the only feature installed.
Boot partitions 100MB EFI
Boot 60GB (c:)
Quorum drive on the same SAN 1GB (q:)
Disk2 online Clustervolume c:\ClusterStorge\volume1 (250GB)
q: and the Cluster Volume are on the same SAN
Attempting to add another 100GB from the same SAN, shows up as disk3 state unknown, offline (no initialize prompted when the disk was added) attempted to online the disk.
Error "Incorrect function"
However we noticed that "The disk is offline because of a policy set by the administrator" when hovering over the disk. Searched the internet for this issue and came up with nothing as yet.
lunedì 9 novembre 2009 20:17Hi all,
Issue resolved, it appears the issue was caused by the SAN. This condition was caused by Lun to controller ownership.
Although the Lun was owned by Controller B and indeed displayed thru controller B the SAN would not allow updating to occur via this connection. Interesting fact that Windows could see the disk and for all purposes appeared it could be online, however writing fails.
Pretty good got ya.
domenica 25 aprile 2010 13:49
I have encounter the same issue with DS3300. Can you elaborate about the LUN to Controller ownership thing? What steps have you taken to fox this issue?
giovedì 1 luglio 2010 06:45
I had the same problem on a Windows 2008 R2 cluster and a Dell Powervault MD3000I san with the latest firmware. I have 2 Virtual drives configured. After the first was formatted and in use, the second one gave an error message (Incorrect function) when trying to get the disk online.
The solution was given by ShaunWilliams in this topic. I noticed the two virtual disk were each owned by different raid controllers. After changing this to the same owner, the issue was immediately resolved. This can be done for the MD3000i in the Dell Modular Disk Storage Manager within the modify tab (Change ownership).