We have Dell MD3600f SAN storage array and two HP servers for VM failover clustering solution.
MD3600f is set, disks are mapped and connected to Hyper-V servers. On Hyper-V's I have partitioned and formatted these disks (NTFS) and assigned drive letters (N, Q, S) on both servers using DISKPART.
Now I can create folders or files on this disks using CMD with no problem. But if I delete folder (
"rd s:\test" for example) on Server One and then list folders on Server Two (
"dir s:\") it shows me the very "test" folder I deleted from Server One, i.e. Server Two is unaware of changes I made on using Server One and vice versa.
How can I tell Hyper-V treat this disks differently? Or what should I do to make these disks (N, Q, S) valid shared disk for Failover Cluster?