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Storevault s500 LUN resize

Storevault s500 LUN resize

Storevault s500 LUN resize

Storevault manager shows 1/2 TB of free space. How can I increase the size of the mapped LUNs? I am running out of space in the original LUN.

RE: Storevault s500 LUN resize

You can use the LUN Resize tool in SVM to resize the lun. Once you are done you will need to use the diskpart command in Windows to partition the space.

Related links:
Microsoft KB 325590: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325590
Microsoft KB 300415: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/300415
Microsoft download: http://www.microsoft.com/downloadS/details.aspx?familyid=BCB9100D-698F-40A3-BF53-692D793C6E4F&displaylang=en

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RE: Storevault s500 LUN resize

The resize tool is not available to me. I contacted netapp and they manually resized the disk for me. Thanks for the reply.

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