No, this is not a boot from SAN server.
The server itself is an HP 1U DL360 with the C:\ drive on local disks.
The LUN is an additional drive connected to the server, S:\ to be exact.
I snapmirror the volume to a new aggr. on new disks, shutdown the server, broke the snapmirror, moved the LUN initiator group to the new LUN, powered on the server.
No every time the server boots it want to chkdsk the volume before the server boots up all the way. Just wondering if I need to do something more in this process to prevent this from happening. We have a lot of servers with FC\iSCSI LUNs we need to do this to.