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SAN Storage Question 10 years 9 months ago #21664

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I've built a few blades and connected up my SAN and I can see the whole SAN array from each server.

When I create a folder or file on server A, I either can't see it from server B or when it does show up it's corrupted...? Meanwhile, back on server A the file or folder works fine...

Are SAN's connections 1 to 1 connections from the server even though they all connect via fiber channel switch?

If they are 1 to 1 connections why do I see the SAN on server B as the drive letter and the full size of the array I created with Server A?

And, why do files from Server A come-up corrupted on server B?

I'm running Windows 2003 Server Standard on all the Blades , HP p class Blade System that's Fiber Channel-ed to a HP MSA 1000.
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