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Add storage to ESX 4 install

Posted on 2010-08-12
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I have a test server with ESX1 4 install and have a couple of VM's installed on it using the test server as the datastore. I have a production EMC SAN that has a datastore and VM's. How do I connect my test server to this SAN? There is VMstorage/01 that has .iso I want to use as well..I used this which is a great article but to connected to SAN
 http://www.petri.co.il/managing-esxi4-with-vsphere-client.htm
If there is another article please post
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If the LUN on SAN is already formatted with VMFS, then if you zone that on your storage side to your Test ESX, the ESX will be able to pickup it if just do a rescan of the storages.
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Explain then if you zone that on your storage side to your Test ESX....maybe this is what I am missing
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Here is a step by step for ESX/EMC intergration:
http://www.vmware.com/pdf/clariion_wp_eng.pdf
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