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Huawei SAN Storage Host Connectivity Guide for Windows

HUAWEI SAN Storage Host Connectivity Guide for Windows Servers
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What Are Common Management Commands?

What Are Common Management Commands?

Table 7-1 lists CMD commands for MPIO management.

Table 7-1 CMD commands for MPIO management

Function

Syntax

Views the currently installed features.

dism /online /get-features

Activates MPIO.

dism /online /enable-feature:MultipathIo

Deactivates MPIO.

dism /online /disable-feature:MultipathIo

Views the discovered storage devices.

mpclaim -e

Uses MPIO to manage Fibre Channel devices.

mpclaim.exe -r -i -d <_VendorID> <_ProductID>

Disables MPIO from managing Fibre Channel devices.

mpclaim.exe -r -u -d <_VendorID> <_ProductID>

Uses MPIO to manage iSCSI devices.

mpclaim -r -i -d "MSFT2005iSCSIBusType_0x9"

Disables MPIO from managing iSCSI devices.

mpclaim.exe -r -u -d "MSFT2005iSCSIBusType_0x9"

Uses MPIO to manage all storage devices.

mpclaim.exe -r -i -a ""

Disables MPIO from managing all storage devices.

mpclaim.exe -r -u -a ""

Views storage devices managed by Microsoft DSM.

mpclaim -r

Modifies the load balancing policy.

mpclaim.exe –L –M <_num>

NOTE:
  • VendorID must be eight bytes long and ProductID 16 bytes long. If VendorID or ProductID contains fewer bytes, use spaces as placeholders.

For details about the meaning of parameter num in the command for modifying the load balancing policy, see Table 7-2.

Table 7-2 Meaning of parameter num in the command for modifying the load balancing policy

Parameter

Definition

0

Clear the Policy

1

Failover Only

2

Round Robin

3

Round Robin with Subset

4

Least Queue Depth

5

Weighted Paths

6

Least Blocks

7

Vendor Specific

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