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MSA2000: volume is not it sync

Posted on 2008-10-02
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Hello,

i have an issue here with an MSA 2120fc connected to 2 x  4/8 HP SAN Switches.
The 2 servers connected on them are DL380 g5 windows 2003 enterprise.
Each server has 2 same HBAs from Qlogic and the Multipath driver is installed.

I created a Virtual DIsk on the MSA 2000 with offline initialization.
Created a LUN in it. Raid 10.

I initialized the HD and Windows is recognizing it as a normal drive where you can store date. (NTFS)
When I copy a file from SERVER1 to that volume, the File is there, can be accessed. Everything OK.
When I start SERVER2, he also can access to that volume. Everything OK.

NOW: When I delete the file from Server1, it´s gone for Server1.
But Server2 can still see the file, access it etc...
I used very basic zoning, with an assistant, so there should be no mistakes from there.

Port Mapping on the MSA 2000:
All Hosts   LUN1   Port 0 Access rw, Port1 Access rw



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on NTFS that is not possible.
I have to install a cluster file system..

Thx :D
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