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Storagewiz V3700 install

Storagewiz V3700 install

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Looking for pointers on how to correctly configure this storage with VMware 5.5. I'd like to find if there are any gotchyas when installing (firmware version required, any drivers that I might need and if anything is none straight forward during install). I want to dedicated two separate volume (got some fast drives and some not so fast once for servers that do not require speedy drivers). My current setup will be 2 X3650 and V3700 using iSCSI (I am a bit confused about cabling them. One of the documentation I found calls for each server to double connect to each storage for redundancy using multipath technology. Wonder if this is correct). Lastly looking for Raid suggestion. Prefer not to waist too much space, yet I need be safe.

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RE: Storagewiz V3700 install

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Thanks much. The second link is what I was looking for.

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