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July 12, 2011


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Parikshith Reddy

Hi Chad,I have been in APD situation before and this is very good info.Now that vSphere5 has a "Datastore Maintenance mode" option.How does this change APD situation? If a datastore in vCenter is put in maintenance mode and the source storage is removed or not available.Do you think we would still see APD issue? From past experience , remember seeing APD when source storage was removed but the associated LUNS/Datastore's remained in vCenter and appeared in "disconnected" state. Am curious, "if having the datastore in maintenance mode will take the APD away".

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