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Removing an Microsoft Failover Cluster

  • 18 February 2016
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Hello,

I have had no issues building Microsoft Failover clusters using volume groups, vDisks, and MPIO; the procedure is very straightforward. Now I want to clean up a few test configurations and remove unwanted clusters, but I'm not sure of the best approach.

How do I:
  • List and remove attachments
  • List and remove vDisks
  • List and remove volume groups
I'm sure it's all in the acli; I'm hoping someone has already written a procedure.

Thanks,

Scott
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Best answer by Jon 18 February 2016, 16:18

Attachments - That's really around the Guest OS, so if you remove the discovery / lun config in the OS, you should be all right.

VG's/vDisks - the ACLI syntax is listed in here:
https://portal.nutanix.com/#/page/docs/details?targetId=AMF_Guide-Acr_v4_5:man_acli_vg_auto_r.html
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Attachments - That's really around the Guest OS, so if you remove the discovery / lun config in the OS, you should be all right.

VG's/vDisks - the ACLI syntax is listed in here:
https://portal.nutanix.com/#/page/docs/details?targetId=AMF_Guide-Acr_v4_5:man_acli_vg_auto_r.html

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