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August 29, 2008

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Duncan

Disk Resignaturing. I still get the shivers thinking back to the time when I started upgrading 2.5 to 3.0. We owned an EMC CX300 and back than Dell installed it. Because it was a Boot From San design they created groups for every host and put all ESX lun's in each group. ESX 2.5 handled this fine. But when you install 3.0 and access the SAN your Lun's your systems will go nuts. Every ESX hosts sees other lun id's so every esx host wanted to changed the signature. What a chaos... I'm glad we were smart enough to switch the system of and started reading the SAN Guide which clearly states how to design your SAN.... pffff a lot of work, but learned a lot during that weekend

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