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SAN boot a B200M2 with local disk

I have a B200M2 with two local disks in it.  Presently, I am SAN booting all of my B200M2's.  I would take out the local disk if I had some blanks to put in the blade, but I don't so I'm leaving them in.  The service profile I have setup to provision my blades has the boot order using a boot policy that boots from SAN.  It works without issue.  I also use a Local Disk Configuration Policy that has no local storage.  So this service profile template will not work with the B200M2 that has disk in it.  So I cloned the service profile templace and just changed the Local Disk Configuration Policy to Nothing Selected.  I can deploy the blade properly with this service profile template but I get an error from the blade saying Local Disk 1 on server 1/1 operability: inoperable and Local Disk 2 on server 1/1 operability: inoperable.

How do I get rid of this error?  What am I don't wrong that is causing this error?

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SAN boot a B200M2 with local disk

Hello Russ,

Do you have OS running on that blade ? UCSM version ?

If it is 2.0.1 and OS is not running on that blade, the alert might be due to following defect

http://tools.cisco.com/Support/BugToolKit/search/getBugDetails.do?method=fetchBugDetails&bugId=CSCty01498

Padma

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Cisco Employee

SAN boot a B200M2 with local disk

Hello Russ,

Do you have OS running on that blade ? UCSM version ?

If it is 2.0.1 and OS is not running on that blade, the alert might be due to following defect

http://tools.cisco.com/Support/BugToolKit/search/getBugDetails.do?method=fetchBugDetails&bugId=CSCty01498

Padma

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SAN boot a B200M2 with local disk

I'm on 2.0.1t and saw the issue prior to me installing an OS.  The alarm disappeared after installing 2008R2.  Thanks for the timely info.

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