I got a general setup question. I dont know if there is a best way to do this. So i am just looking for the best advice on which way to set up the volumes.
What i have is a HP Left Hand san with around 3TB of storage.
2 VMware host servers (Version 5.0)
8VMs all windows.
My question is is it best to say have 1 big ISCSI volume and then have all 8 VMs on that same datastore. Or is it better to break them up into individual volumes? and have individual data stores? Or maybe a mixture of each?
Are there any good not super complex article out there that discuss this?
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