MULTIPATHING

Written by Sam McGeown on 28/10/2011
Published under Microsoft and VMware
Just a quick script to set the Path Selection Policy on any LUNs on a host that do not have your target policy enabled. The script sets the server to Maintenance mode first, evacuating any VMs if you are in a full DRS automated environment. While this is not strictly necessary, it was required for my production environment just to be safe. param( [string] $vCenterServer = $(Read-Host -prompt "Enter vCenter Server Name"
Written by Sam McGeown on 12/11/2010
Published under VMware
Recently I had cause to configure iSCSI multipathing on a test ESXi server. The production environment servers use iSCSI HBAs to connect to the back end storage, so multipathing them is a straight-forward setup. It’s good practice to separate VMotion, virtual machine and iSCSI traffic, it also helps you manage those logical and physical connections. Connect to your ESXi server using the vSphere Client and select the host. Go to the configuration tab and click “Add Networking…”.