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How to assign iscsi lun to vm server 3.0.3

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Dear all,

I am new to Oracle VM 3.0.3

I have installed a VM Manager 3.0.3.

And I have setup a DB VM server 3.0.3 holding one Oracle 11g R2 VMs. This VM are stored in local repository of VM server.

And I have a Dell Equallogic PS6010SV. I have assigned one 100 GB lun to this VM server through iscsi. Then need assign this LUN to DB VM as physical disk.

How can VM server discover this lun correctly?

Use OVM Manager and I am confused.

Instead I use iscsiadm command in VM Server. Seem the normal approach.

Can anyone provide me any hint?

Thanks,

Mike

Edited by: mtktang on Mar 29, 2012 10:45 PM

Edited by: mtktang on Mar 29, 2012 10:46 PM
  • 1. Re: How to assign iscsi lun to vm server 3.0.3
    Avi Miller Guru
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    mtktang wrote:
    Use OVM Manager and I am confused.
    Instead I use iscsiadm command in VM Server. Seem the normal approach.
    This is not how to do it with Oracle VM -- it's all done with the Manager. Follow the documentation: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E26996_01/e18549/BABDFDAE.html
  • 2. Re: How to assign iscsi lun to vm server 3.0.3
    932784 Newbie
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    Hi Avi Miller,

    The link provided above is not working, can you please update the working link,

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    http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E26996_01/e18549/BABDFDAE.html

    We're sorry, the page you requested was not found.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Thanks in advance.

    Vara
  • 3. Re: How to assign iscsi lun to vm server 3.0.3
    rukbat Guru Moderator
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    929781 wrote:
    Hi Avi Miller,

    The link provided above is not working, can you please update the working link,

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E26996_01/e18549/BABDFDAE.html

    We're sorry, the page you requested was not found.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Thanks in advance.

    Vara
    All you needed to do was to experiment with the URL.
    Just remove each portion of text that happens to be separated by the respective "/" characters until you see whether you find a functional link.
    So...
    docs.oracle.com/cd/E26996_01/e18549/BABDFDAE.html
    would be edited down to
    docs.oracle.com/cd/E26996_01/e18549
    and then if that didn't work, you remove a bit more until...

    You end up with:
    http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E26996_01/

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