Whether the storage system supports the VMware ESX 4.1 application server in an IP-SAN network

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About whether the S2600 V100R001 storage system supports the VMware ESX 4.1 application server in an IP-SAN network, see
FAQ-Does the S2600 V100R001 support the VMware ESX 4.1 application server in an IP SAN network

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Application server HBAs supported by the storage system
For different types of server ports, HBAs supported by the S2600 storage system include: FAQ-What types of application server HBAs are supported by the S2600

Whether the S2600 storage system supports the VMware 5.0 operating system of the VM
The S2600 storage system does not support the VMware 5.0 operating system of the VM and therefore, when running under the VMware 5.0 operating system, the storage system cannot scan for the mapped storage space.

HUAWEI SAN Storage Host Connectivity Guide for VMware
You can obtain HUAWEI SAN Storage Host Connectivity Guide for VMware from .

Reason why redundant disks appear in an AIX application server on an IP SAN network
The AIX application server is connected to the Ethernet switch through a network cable. The switch is connected to two iSCSI host ports on the same controller of the storage device through two network cables. When a LUN is mapped to the AIX application server, the AIX application server detects redundant disks. To enhance the data transfer reliability, an application server and a storage array are usually connected over multiple paths. If the multipathing software is unavailable, those multiple paths translate into multiple redundant disks, which confuse the actual number of disks. In the Ethernet networking, the AIX application server does not support the multipathing software. Therefore, redundant disks are detected on the AIX application server. On a Fibre Channel network, AIX application servers support the multipathing software.

Operating system types supported by V3 storage system
Storage systems support the following operating systems of application servers: Linux (including Aisanux) Windows Solaris HP-UX AIX XenServer Mac OS X VMware ESX

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