Completing the volume configuration worksheet

The worksheet provides an easy way to record the values that you need when creating volumes for SQL Server and Hyper-V over SMB configurations.

For each volume, you must specify the following information:

You should keep the following in mind when creating volumes used to store application server data:

Junction paths on which you plan to create shares that the application servers use should be chosen so that there are no junctioned volumes below the share entry point.

For example, if you want to store virtual machine files on four volumes named vol1, vol2, vol3, and vol4, you can create the namespace shown in the example. You can then create shares for the application servers at the following paths: /data1/vol1, /data1/vol2, /data2/vol3, and /data2/vol4.

                     Junction                       Junction
Vserver Volume       Active   Junction Path         Path Source
------- ------------ -------- -------------------   -----------
vs1     data1         true     /data1               RW_volume
vs1     vol1          true     /data1/vol1          RW_volume
vs1     vol2          true     /data1/vol2          RW_volume
vs1     data2         true     /data2               RW_volume
vs1     vol3          true     /data2/vol3          RW_volume
vs1     vol4          true     /data2/vol4          RW_volume
Types of information Values
Volume 1: Volume name, aggregate, size, junction path  
Volume 2: Volume name, aggregate, size, junction path  
Volume 3: Volume name, aggregate, size, junction path  
Volume 4: Volume name, aggregate, size, junction path  
Volume 5: Volume name, aggregate, size, junction path  
Volume 6: Volume name, aggregate, size, junction path  
Additional volumes: Volume name, aggregate, size, junction path