STK 6540 HOW TO CHANGE A VOLUME TO PREFERED CONTROLER

Hi team,

We found out on our storage thats some volumes are not controlled by thier prefered controleur and is creating a bit on inconvinience in the system. Is there a proceedure to change all volumes to their prefered controler?

Please help. Volume-Controleur.txt
Williams225System AdministatorAsked:
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Williams225System AdministatorAuthor Commented:
Here is one exemple:

Volume name: ilmdatabse_log
      Volume handle: 42
      Volume WWN: 600A0B8000470BF80000133C49AD38FA
      Status: Optimal
      Preferred owner: Tray.85.Controller.B
      Current owner: Tray.85.Controller.A
      Capacity: 20 GB (21,474,836,480 Bytes)
      Raid level: RAID 1
      Segment size: 512 KB
      Reconstruction priority: 1
      Associated volume group: VolumeGroup.3
      Read cache enabled: true
      Read cache active: true
      Write cache enabled: true
      Write cache active: true
      Write cache without batteries: false
      Write cache with mirroring enabled: true
      Write cache with mirroring active: true
      Flush write cache after (in seconds): 10
      Cache read ahead multiplier: 3
      Media scan enabled: true
      Media scan with parity check: false
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woolmilkporcCommented:
Hi,

use the "Redistribute Volumes" button to cause all volumes to return to their preferred controller owners.

Using the Browser Interface:

1. Click Sun StorageTek Configuration Service.

The Array Summary page is displayed.

2. Click the array on which you want to redistribute the volumes.

The navigation pane and the Volume Summary page for the selected array are
displayed.

3. In the navigation pane, choose Administration > General Settings.

The General Setup page is displayed.

4. Click Redistribute Volumes.

The Redistribute Volumes confirmation dialog box is displayed.

5. Click OK.


The above instructions are from here (p. 158):
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19381-01/819-5050-10/819-5050-10.pdf

Good luck!

wmp
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Williams225System AdministatorAuthor Commented:
One more question, what are the prerequisites?
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