11-29-2010 10:18 PM
we have installed Symantec Storage Foundation on the cluster fileserver. and the cluster resource is not a normal Physical Disk, but a logical "Volume Manager Disk Group" and on top of that a cluster "File Share" resource was created.
Is there any documented / known compatibility issue between FSRM and Symantec Storage Foundation?
Please find attached figure while generating reports using Windows 2008 built-in tool File Server Resource Manager. Please note that this machine has VSF and VVR Installed.
|Senior Sysmtes Engineer| Symantec Technical Specialist|
11-30-2010 07:54 AM
Please tell us more about your SF disk group and volume configuration - Are volumes in same or different disk groups? Do you have one or more disk groups in the Cluster Resource Group?
I see the following in the error:
"On clustered deployments, all report scope paths should be set on volumes that belong to the same cluster resource group".
Is 'T:\SBP Dynamic Data' in a disk group that is defined in the cluster resource group?