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Moving Mapped Lun to a new Igroup

Ssmartodd

I want to move a two iSCSI Mapped LUNs to a new IGroup.  They are a boot  and a pagefile luns connecting to the first node of a windows cluster server. I want to separate them from the other data luns before I build the 2nd node of the cluster. Can I simply point them to the new igroup without any issue?

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Ontapforrum

Hi,

 

No. You cannot, pointing to new igroup is a disruptive process.

 

You will need to:
1) creaet a new igroup
2) unmap from old igroup
3) Map to new igroup

 

Thanks!

Ssmartodd

Thnks:

 

1. I will shutdown the server and unmap the two system LUNs (boot and pagefile)

 Example:  cluster1::> lun mapping delete -vserver vs1 -path /vol/vol1/lun1 -igroup ig1

2. Create new igroup (i.e. sqlboot_n1 and n2)

3. Map system LUNs to new igroup.

 

 

 

 

Ontapforrum

Welcome. Steps in order looks fine.

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