Unable to mount SAN drive in server 2008

Posted on 2011-05-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have SUN storage 6140. I am trying to mount 4 luns to the server 2008, We have installed MPIO to check the multipathing.the LUNS are presented to Virtual Machines, we have created snapshots of the VMs and trying to map the snapshot volumes to the server 2008, which doesnt get mounted.
On checking the event viewer it shows event id 15 source Virtual disk error.
Question by:mukvinman
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    The snapshots are probabaly read only or the signature may be the same as your production LUNs.  You may need to resignature the LUN

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