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NEW SAN volume cannot mount in Windows 2003 cluster machines

 
ho wai yip
Occasional Visitor

NEW SAN volume cannot mount in Windows 2003 cluster machines

Please help!!
TWO windows 2003 cluster machines. When present a new volume to both of the machines, it is OK. But present a new volume to either one of the machine, it is fail to recognize in the "Device Manager" (NO new HP HSV210 Multi-Path Disk Device found).
Two machine using MPIO 1.00.02 and SCSI Port driver with EVA8000. And these action is doing online(without servers restart)
Any suggestion??
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CA881997
Occasional Advisor

Re: NEW SAN volume cannot mount in Windows 2003 cluster machines

I would present the drives to all nodes that will need to be part of the failover group. Then before adding it the drive as a resource in the cluster , shut down all but the node that will have the disk primarily, create the resource, and group if necessary. Then restart the other node(s). The cluster software should see that a new device is added while the nodes were down.