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We have a scenario, where in one of the drive is spanned across 2 arrays , its not a database server its a stnadalone SAS server. But one of the array is getting decomissioned and devices are part of spanned drive. how am i suppose to proceed with mig

There are 2 arrays "A" and "B" both are vmax arrays, server in question has luns both from array A &B. A is getting Decomissioned and B is my target array for migration. How am i suppose to procedd with migration. There are chances of data curruption, if devices are from 2 different array.

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the_san_man
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Re: We have a scenario, where in one of the drive is spanned across 2 arrays , its not a database server its a stnadalone SAS server. But one of the array is getting decomissioned and devices are part of spanned drive. how am i suppose to proceed with mig

If you're using PowerPath, just present a new LUN from array B and use PPME to migrate it.  Should be pretty straight forward.

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Re: We have a scenario, where in one of the drive is spanned across 2 arrays , its not a database server its a stnadalone SAS server. But one of the array is getting decomissioned and devices are part of spanned drive. how am i suppose to proceed with mig

provision a new device from the array that is staying and use host based tools to migrate the data.

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dynamox
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Re: We have a scenario, where in one of the drive is spanned across 2 arrays , its not a database server its a stnadalone SAS server. But one of the array is getting decomissioned and devices are part of spanned drive. how am i suppose to proceed with mig

the_san_man wrote:

If you're using PowerPath, just present a new LUN from array B and use PPME to migrate it.  Should be pretty straight forward.

nope

https://emc--c.na5.visual.force.com/apex/KB_BreakFix_1?id=kA1700000000OTO

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