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Procedure to increase the size of a p_vol  in HUR Pair in E590 array.

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  • 1.  Procedure to increase the size of a p_vol  in HUR Pair in E590 array.

    Posted 05-08-2024 16:10

    Procedure to increase the size of a p_vol  in HUR Pair in E590 array.

    HUR Pair was configured in OPS Center Protector.



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    Rich Naber
    Systems Engineer
    Storage IT Solutions
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  • 2.  RE: Procedure to increase the size of a p_vol  in HUR Pair in E590 array.

    Posted 05-09-2024 03:46

    Hello Rich

    Best would be to go to the node and hit the resize button. Protector should take care of the rest, you should be able to follow what it does in the job log.

    One thing you can check before you do it. Is if it will allow you to do the resize without doing a resync of the volume(if this is not tick'ed it should still work but will do a full resync to get the pair in sync again).

    Under Storage, check that Replication resize is on 'For new and existing replications'. If you cant toggle this it might be that the protector user you're using doesn't have 'support' privledges to set the mode setting. Make sure to check the setting for both storage arrays.

    If it wasn't selected, I find it best to pause & resume the replication first to turn on the setting, then resize it under node as per the first step. But as per the prompt it should do it either way.

    Regards

    William



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    William Jansen Van Nieuwenhuizen
    Hitachi Vantara
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  • 3.  RE: Procedure to increase the size of a p_vol  in HUR Pair in E590 array.

    Posted 05-11-2024 07:44

    Hello Rich

    If the information above helped you, Would you mind marking it as the answer this way it helps the next user as well :-)



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    William Jansen Van Nieuwenhuizen
    Hitachi Vantara
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