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 Post subject: Remotecopy Hyper-V Failovercluster with HP3PAR 7200 storage
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 4:38 am 

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We have several Microsoft Cluster (2012,2016 and 2019) on two datacenter which were configured with

Remotecopy (Synchronous mode) . Original volume and Remotecopy volume were exported to the hosts. all Luns were visible. But when I move VMs to a host to reboot the empty host I lost ClustershareVolumes and all VMs are unacessible. Pathmanagement and Autofailover was enbaled in Remote

Copy Groups. I have this behavior with all operating systems. I have tested it on IBM Bladecenter and HP .

Even moving the cluster volumes does not work.

Gen9 machines. Now I have unexported Remotecopy volumes , but therefore I have no transparent failover.



Thank you for your help !


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 Post subject: Re: Remotecopy Hyper-V Failovercluster with HP3PAR 7200 stor
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 6:28 am 

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1. Does every host lose all volumes when on host is rebooted? Or is it only within one cluster?
2. How is your zoning? (Assuming FC SAN)
3. What's your 3PAR OS version? (with patches?)
4. As you're saying VMs, I'm assuming Hyper-V?
5. Was "Path verify" or similar activated in MPIO configuration? (doubtful this is relevant)

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