On Oct 21, 10:37*am, "Pegasus \(MVP\)" <I....@xxxxxx> wrote:
> "spacemancw" <spacema...@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> >I have a Blade Center attached to SAN.
> > For each blade, each partition is a LUN on the SAN except for the swap
> > partition.
> > I use the internal hard drive in the blade itself for the swap
> > partition, ie, where I place the pagefile.
> > The blade sees the internal disk as Disk0, the rest of the luns as
> > Disk1 Disk2 etc.
> > Now I have a duplicate of this blade center and SAN in another
> > location for Disaster Recovery. The luns are replicated from the
> > primary to the secondary SAN. The blades are the same.
> > When I bring up the blades on the DR side, some of them do not map the
> > drive letter to the internal swap disk. I have to go into Disk
> > Management and add the drive letter to Disk0.
> > One or two of the servers do not assign drive letters to some of the
> > LUNS. However the blade sees the LUNS because I see them in Computer
> > Management. Again I have go there and manually assign the drive letter
> > to the disk, and all is well.
> > I am looking for a VBS script or a batch file that says:
> > Assign letter 'D' to DISK0
> > Assign letter 'F' to DISK3
> > I have seen VBS scripts that can change the Drive letter of a
> > partition from say D to E. But here there is no drive letter to begin
> > with. We are not changing, we are assigning.
> > Thanks very much in advance.
> It's not VB Script but the command mountvol.exe can easily do this, provided
> that you know the volume ID of each partition.- Hide quoted text -
> - Show quoted text -
Ya I dont know the IDS. But what about DISKPART
what is the syntax for mapping the drive letter D to DISK0.
Keep in mind that I don't want to create any partitions on the disk.
DISK0 is already formatted. I want to map D to all of DISK0.