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Resize nsd lun

Posted on 2014-09-29
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Hello,

Is possible resize a nsd device gpfs, storage team resize lun existing but in gpfs what do you do ?
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Hello

I understand that you are not able to increase an existing NSD in a GPFS environment.

You can however add a new NSD to the GPFS cluster.

Cheers, JP.
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by:SunBow
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yeah, new is ever better than update
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Hi dario_V

Did I answer your question ok? Perhaps you'd assign points of so :-)

Cheers, JP
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The aswer is ok
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