However, even though the VM is running, there are no vvol binds associated with its vvols (config/memory/disk). When I power off the VM and power it back on, I now see more vvols bound, but some have the same duplicate entry and others have no duplicate - why?
I can't find any information to decipher why this is happening or how to correlate. Please, if there is a document on this, send me the link and I will RTM....but as of now this is becoming very confusing and not indicative of producion-related usage so I am hoping someone might be able to shed some light on the subject.
Note - during a migration to a new host, it goes to 9 bound vvols and then back down to 4 vvols bound (only the vsphere-HA ones) when it is done.....
The question is why? What is expected to be seen when a runnig VM is using vvols (I expected to see them all bound) and what is the nature of how it binds/rebinds during migrations??