The question for you Hardware Wizards, short of a Unload/Reload is there a
way to get the loadsource off of vSCSI and on to a Physical Controller?
Unless you KNOW the answer, read no further, stop and delete the message
and forget I asked :)
Many Thanks in advance...
Many times in the past I have copied the Loadsource to a larger drive on
small systems where downtime was not an issue ( M-F 8x5 ) type of shop. I
was always swapping out at least the entire loadsource raid set, so I have
just stopped raid5, did my loadsource copy and after all the other drives
were replaced, restarted raid.
I now have the need to migrate a partition from IBM i on IBM i Guest
partition to the guest no longer being a guest. It needs to have its own
disk controllers and disks. All other I/O ( are already that way ).
I found a doc in the V7R1 Info Center on how to do this. Task 3.1 says
Ensure that there are enough open disk slots* under the IOA *that contain
the load source 1. disk unit (unit 1).
This sounds like show stopper since my current loadsource is on vSCSI and
the new would be on a real controller.
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