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Manually map server volumes to storage arrays

Created by Juan Carlo del Rosario, last modified by Nigel on Aug 16, 2018

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Overview

This article describes how to manually map a volume to storage arrays, LUNs or storage pools.

Environment

SRM 6 and later

Steps

  1. Navigate to Settings > All Settings > SRM Settings.
  2. Select Map Server Volumes to Storage Targets.

    The Manual Server Volume Mapping page is displayed.

  3. Use the Group By drop-down menu to filter volumes by location, status, etc.

Map a volume

  1. Use the Show drop-down menu to show only unmapped server volumes.
  2. Expand the server on which you want to map volumes.
  3. Select the volume to be mapped, and click Edit Mapping.
  4. Select the storage object type from the Show dropdown, select the object to which you want to map the selected Server Volumes, and click Next.
  5. Verify the mapping and click Finish.

Edit a volume mapping

  1. Use the Show drop-down menu to show only mapped server volumes.
  2. Expand the server with the volume you want to unmap.
  3. Select the volume to be unmapped, and click Edit Mapping.
  4. Select the new storage object type to map from the Show dropdown, select the object to which you want to map the selected Server Volumes, and click Next.
  5. Verify the mapping and click Finish.

    You can only edit a manual mapping.

Unmap a volume

  1. Use the Show drop-down menu to show only mapped server volumes.
  2. Expand the server on which you want to unmap volumes
  3. Select the volumes to unmap, and click Delete Mapping.

    The mapping is deleted.

 

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