2012年6月15日 上午 11:47
If I have more than 5 VHD mounted to one VM. Is there a way to Identify which DISK # / Drive Letter / it is mounted to inside the VM. For Example:
C:\xxx1.VHD -> Inside the VM is Disk 0
C:\xxx2.VHD -> inside the VM is Disk 1
C:\xxx3. VHD -> Inside the VM is Disk 2.
To compare this with a Physical Server, a Raid Controll would have the option "Blink Drive" and you would be able to identify the drive using the blinking light.
2012年6月15日 下午 01:51
Hello HS_Pro ,
To identify as you said in the VM you have disk 0 - disk1 and disk 2.
If I dont misunderstand ;
Server Manager - Storage - Disk Management shows your all Disk Letters and Disk Drives.
For examle xxx1.vhd => inside VM is Disk 1 = D Drive in VM.
Therefore naming standards are important.
What I have done is ; naming extra disk as drive letter . Example ;
ServerName_E.VHD / ServerName_F.VHD / ServerName_G.VHD
Otherwise there is no option like blinking or identifying VHDs on VM.
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- 已標示為解答 Vincent HuModerator 2012年6月18日 下午 01:47