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michaelvv (MIS) (OP)
20 Jan 12 16:30
From the AIX side, how do I 'discover' a volume created on dell's esx san?
DukeSSD (TechnicalUser)
20 Jan 12 19:55
cfgmgr, or it is not zoned correctly on the san or assigned correctly on the storage.

HTH
michaelvv (MIS) (OP)
20 Jan 12 20:08
cfgmgr does not discover the disk :(
chgwhat (MIS)
22 Jan 12 11:39
Does that Dell, SAN support Aix, do you have to load Dell drivers.

Tony ...  aka chgwhat
 
When in doubt,,, Power out...

michaelvv (MIS) (OP)
22 Jan 12 11:59
I am missing something.  There are two other devices (volumes) installed and visible on the AIX side.  I have defined a new device (volume) in the EqualLogic control panel with the same characteristics as the other two.  The only difference is that the two working devices show 1 iSCSI connection each, and the new one, understandibly, shows 0 connections.

I have never worked with EqualLogic :(
MoreFeo (TechnicalUser)
10 Feb 12 7:40
Never worked with EquaLogic neither, but it seems you need to map the new volume to the AIX host first. Mapping is the way you tell the SAN box which hosts can see which volumes.

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