Posts Tagged ‘Clariion’

Workaround: ESXi and EMC CLARiiON registration issue

The issue mentioned in one of my previous blogposts (see ESXi and EMC CLARiiON registration issue) now has a workaround! The problem is that the host profiles of vSphere mix up the vmk0 and vmk1 interfaces, after which the CLARiiON tries to communicate through the wrong VMkernel interface with ESXi.

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ESXi and EMC CLARiiON registration issue

A collegue of mine, John Grinwis, pointed out a bug within a combination of ESXi, host profiles and an EMC CLARiiON: At some point the ESXi nodes swap their VMkernel ports and the CLARiiON then proceeds to register the wrong network as the management network

UPDATE: There now is a workaround available. Please visit Workaround: ESXi and EMC CLARiiON registration issue

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