Hyperv 2012 cluster share volumes naming broken

Hi After an unexpected restart the Cluster disk in Hyperv is not pointing to the correct volume anymore .
IE Cluster disk 2  , is showing to point to Path c:\clusterstorage\Volume5 which is WRONG before the unexpected restart it was pointing to c:\Clusterstorage\Volume 2
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Or Disk s are doing the Same

Please help !
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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
Are the clustered workloads still up?
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JakesCAuthor Commented:
So figured out that the load on the paths to the SAn Cotroller was excessive and took down all the volumes
As there were NOT enough paths to use .

In regards with the actual naming , literally renamed the folder to the correct naming via Explorer > went to C:\clusterstorage and renamed from volume 5 to volume  2 to correspond to Disk 2 .. why it did that ... I dont KNOW !
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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
The C:\ClusterStorage\Volume## needs to be identical for all hosted content across all nodes.

Were the folders named correctly across all nodes?

It sounds like the SAN caused some sort of cascade back to the nodes since it is primary storage controller for that side of things.
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JakesCAuthor Commented:
Hi Philip
Correct

SAN controller prefered paths fell over with  increased traffic load from the Hosts. 2 out of four prefered SAN paths are Not working , we are troubleshooting that now .
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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
What fabric is being used between storage and nodes?
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JakesCAuthor Commented:
Knowledge about SAN`s
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