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VMFS on Clustered Volume Manager - 6.Nov.2011 1:30:15 AM   
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Using VMFS in a cluster environment, new LUN is found while scanning on a single node, but other nodes dont detect thie new node presence which leads to data loss. Is there any way so that other nodes automatically detect this new LUN?

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RE: VMFS on Clustered Volume Manager - 10.Nov.2011 9:17:36 PM   
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I believe you have to perform a rescan.

Automated script that runs periodically may help?

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