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Portlock and Cluster volumes

Hello,
We are looking at moving our clustered pools/volumes to a new disk array on
our SAN. We intend to use the pool move function of Portlock Storage
Manager to do this.
Since Portlock doesn't support clusters and suggests shutting down cluster
services before moving the pools, I was wondering if we could move one pool
at a time and keep the other pools/volumes available, although without
failover capability?

We are using Netware 6.0 SP5 and Storage Manager 3.34.

Thank you

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Re: Portlock and Cluster volumes

Since Portlock suggests shutting down cluster services first, my inclination
would be to do just that.....
They know their software much better than I do...

Brent


<jqpublic@internet.com> wrote in message
news:4B2Ue.1484$h61.171@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Hello,
> We are looking at moving our clustered pools/volumes to a new disk array

on
> our SAN. We intend to use the pool move function of Portlock Storage
> Manager to do this.
> Since Portlock doesn't support clusters and suggests shutting down cluster
> services before moving the pools, I was wondering if we could move one

pool
> at a time and keep the other pools/volumes available, although without
> failover capability?
>
> We are using Netware 6.0 SP5 and Storage Manager 3.34.
>
> Thank you
>



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