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NPIV "mixed" with VSCSI?

NPIV "mixed" with VSCSI?

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Hello,

I have a dual VIOS each serving NPIV to client LPARs.

Can I create additional zonning to the physical FC adapters on VIOS (which are also used for NPIV traffic) to map SAN storage to VIO itself?


Or maybe someone knows if Debian linux for power can be boot/supports NPIV storage attached?

RE: NPIV "mixed" with VSCSI?

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I have a dual VIOS each serving NPIV to client LPARs.

Can I create additional zonning to the physical FC adapters on VIOS (which are also used for NPIV traffic) to map SAN storage to VIO itself?

Yeah, VIO fibre adapters can do npiv, vscsi and local luns all at the same time, just don't put a tape device on them ;)

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Or maybe someone knows if Debian linux for power can be boot/supports NPIV storage attached?

No idea, this is an AIX forum ;)

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