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VBS script to assign Drive Letter to Disk0, Disk1 etc.

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spacemancw

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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

etc.

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.
 

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Pegasus \(MVP\)

#2
"spacemancw" <spacemancw@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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>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
>
> etc.
>
> 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.
 

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spacemancw

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On Oct 21, 10:37 am, "Pegasus \(MVP\)" <I....@xxxxxx> wrote:

> "spacemancw" <spacema...@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>
> news:5ef9cfc2-9ca3-4e03-a4ad-4e0defe77dde@xxxxxx
>
>
>
>
>

> >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 -
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> - 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.

Thanks.
 

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