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We recently added a second iSCSI disk array to an existing disk array group. This added 6TB to our pool. In the pool we have 3 volumes. I added 2TB of free space to each of the 3 volumes.

If I login to one of the servers with the iSCSI targets configured I see C:\ClusterStorage. In that directory we have Volume1, Volume2, and Volume3.

Under the Size column each shows the old capacity (1.5 TB) instead of 3.5TB.

I have already allocated the 2TB to each volume in the Dell Equal Logic Group Manager and confirmed the capacity is 3.5TB.

Is there anything I need to do for the servers attached to the iSCSI volumes to identify the correct Volume capacities?

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    You need to increase the size of the formatted volume under disk management. – Tim Brigham Aug 4 '16 at 17:39
  • I didn't realize that also applied to iSCSI volumes too. Thanks! – user5870571 Aug 4 '16 at 17:43
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You need to increase the size of the formatted volume under disk management.

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