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Hyperv-R2 attached storage, vm wont start

Posted on 2013-01-29
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I have a 2008 r2 server that I have added a scsi controller, with a clustered volume as the scsi vhd file. I have attached file which shows the settings. The event log is reporting id 21502 failed to start. The volume 8 for the the scsi hard drive is located in a different diskgroup but this disk is part of the clustered storage, so it shouldn't make a difference.
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I had deleted the server and it's vhd information within hyperV. I had snapshots being done on the Md3000i, so I have restored back the original vhd configuration and vhd disk files. The issue now is that it doesn't show up in hyperv, I am unable to import it. Don't know how to have hyperv see the original server for it's configuration.
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Issue resoloved, I had to rescan disk space on host server, and then diskspace became available
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Don't delete hyperv server prior to restore.
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