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Cluster Shared Volume - iSCSI

Cluster Shared Volume - iSCSI

Cluster Shared Volume - iSCSI


I created a cluster shared volume using an iSCSI connection to our SAN. This is between two nodes online. I am running out of space on the CSV. So I have to increase the space assigned to the iSCSI volume from the SAN itself. I have done that on my Lenovo EMC device, but Windows disk manager does not see the empty space at the end of the iSCSI volume. I have disconnected and reconnected the iSCSI as well as the servers themselves. It just sees the original space for the iSCSI. I have restarted cluster services and am using the node that is the owner of the cluster disk. I have even removed the disk from cluster shared volume to see if it makes a difference but it still does not show the empty space at the end of existing volume.

Are there any ideas why this is happening? There has to be something I am doing wrong no?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
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