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Can I setup an exch DAG before I have the san storage available for the exch DBS?

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Just wondering if it is ok for me to setup a DAG for exch 2010 when I don't have the necessary san storage yet for all of the dbs that we will be setting up for exchange 2010?
So basically I would setup and create the DAG and then in a few days when all of the disk come in for the san, I would then setup the storage on the san and assign it to the exch 2010 servers and then create all of the necessary databases then...
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Yes, it shouldn't be any problem. You can create a Dag with the default database for now, when you have more storage for DBs, then you can just create DBs on that.
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