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How to update to new secondary storage location 9 months 2 weeks ago #13048

  • RJSILVA
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Hello!

Question re: Secondary Storage in CloudStack v3.03:

So while originally configuring CS our NetApp was not yet available so a 'temporary' NFS share was defined instead. We've subsequently added the 'longterm' Secondary Storage share (NetApp) - yet we ran out of Secondary Storage space and had to expand the NFS share - while the NetApp share is being written to, it's unclear why the original NFS share would have caused us issues, when the NetApp share has plenty of space. We'd like to remove the original NFS share altogether but we are not sure what the migration/removal process should look like. Further, since CS is supposed to support multiple Secondary Storage shares, how does the SSVM determine where to route storage requests?

We are using CS 3.03 with vSphere 5.0.

Thanks in advance!

RJ
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Re: How to update to new secondary storage location 9 months 2 weeks ago #13057

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Hi,

Could you post your question on the apache users mailing list, see:
cwiki.apache.org/CLOUDSTACK/ssvm-troubleshooting.html

on how to subscribe.

People on the list will be able to answer you faster.

-Sebastien
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How to update to new secondary storage location 8 months 3 weeks ago #13090

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Yes he is right
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