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Some Hosts Not seeing all Volumes any more?

 
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wfarmer113
Occasional Advisor

Some Hosts Not seeing all Volumes any more?

After a change to my network in which we moved iSCSI traffic to a brocade switch configured for ISCSI, we have issues now that are showing up where our hosts are not seeing all of the volumes available, thus limiting our ability to do things such as vmotion. I have seen some of them show up as unmounted but others just don't see them. Help!!!!!

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mkieran59
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Re: Some Hosts Not seeing all Volumes any more?

Hi William,

Could you please contact support@nimblestorage.com? They'll help you resolve this issue asap.

Thanks,

Michael 

wfarmer113
Occasional Advisor

Re: Some Hosts Not seeing all Volumes any more?

Actually, we rescanned all of the datastores and bound the traffic to the software iscsi controller. I also managed to get the Brocade switch configured correctly for the environment and now clones don't take me 30 minutes any more.

Re: Some Hosts Not seeing all Volumes any more?

Sounds like you fixed the issue - I would have guessed either an unbound initiator or a data volume with "allow multiple access" toggled off or similar ACL problem.

wfarmer113
Occasional Advisor

Re: Some Hosts Not seeing all Volumes any more?

Sorry for the long long delay. It's was unbound initiators causing problems, most definitely.