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Sorry if mssa2000 runs all into one line Mar 12, Posts: Will keep you posted. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. If only HP were so prompt The web page is so slow for volume mapping that I used the CLI instead.

Derrickthx for your time, my main bug now may that i have installed Pm raid controller that support shared sas.

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Feb 17, Posts: By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Tue Nov 03, 4: Microsoft ms2a000 not recommend the use of these drivers.

Glad to hear that you have resolved the issue and thanks for sharing your solution in the forum. I seriously think fallback to R2 is going to be the solution. If I have a single maa2000 connected using the mpio 2x paths or 4x paths, it is stable as can be. With kind regards Derrick.


HP MSA 2000 series MPIO DSM on Windows 2008

Select your product and then select Download drivers and software. Hope you fare better. Particularly when my brain is full of my own system There is a single active path and the rest of the paths are standby paths. The default is 20 seconds.

HP StorageWorks MSA System MPIO DSM Installation Guide_百度文库

Best regards, Justin Gu. When MPIO is used with a large number of LUNs, this setting can be too brief, causing long failover times that can adversely affect applications. Disconnect the storage array. You say you’ve created a VM on Blade1.

Click here to review our site terms of use. Did you create this in Hyper-V Manager? Rather disconcertingly, although the Pm is listed in the HP Technical white paper: Unfortunately, this never survives a reboot – sometimes not even that long If you just have two servers connecting to the same LUN without the control of the clustering system, each server will think that it owns the volume itself, and will see any changes made by another server as ‘corruption’.


They’re replicating now somewhere in India, and fair play to them, I think we’ll get somewhere. Then we create the mapping to the second server in the same way. Not much in here, but my old thread on it.

The W Boxes are as per HP’s recommendations. The blue screen only happens if two servers try to connect to the same LUN at the same time, which is what it was supposed to be able to do – c. The key is used to identify the host.