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How to Configure EqualLogic iSCSI SAN Volumes for Cluster

You can use the EqualLogic Group Manager GUI or CLI to create volumes. In this example, we use the GUI.

  1. Connect to the group IP address from a web browser and log in to an administration account, such as grpadmin.
  2. The Group Summary windows appears. Click Create volumes are shown in the Activities panel.

3. The Create Volume diag box appears, as shown in the figure below. Enter a unique volume name (chicagotech in our example) and the volume size. Optionally, reserve snapshot space for the volume. The Space Utilization table shows the current group capacity and the capacity with the new volume.

 

4. Click Next to display the dialog box that enables you to set up an access control record for the volume. Click Next to confirm the volume configuration, and then click Finish to create the volume. The volume should appear when you expand Volumes in the far left panel of the GUI. Select the volume name to display volume details. Once you create a volume, an iSCSI target name is automatically generated for the volume. Servers connect to the volume through the group IP address and the target name.

 

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