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Moving SAN BOOT Volume from one storage to another

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Haresh NikumbhFlag for India asked on
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Hello,
 
We are planning to replace our netapp FAS6200 to new one FAS6200 storage (same model but bigger capacity). Question is our Vmware host bootvolume is kept on the old Storage, and that will also get moved or migrated to the new storage server.
 
Netapp suggested to use Vol move command for all the luns and Datastore cluster. As they said it will not affect anything on our production host and it does not required any down time. is anybody has done this kind of migration ?
 
what precaution we should take or any problem we may see during this activity ?
 
Thanks in advance.
 
haresh n
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