Add volumes to workload
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- Pools and volume groups
- Volumes and workloads
- Hosts and host clusters
- Hardware components
- Access management
- Unified Manager
- System Manager
You can add one or more volumes to an existing or new workload for volumes that are not currently associated with a workload.
Volumes are not associated with a workload if they have been created using the command line interface (CLI) or if they have been migrated (imported/exported) from a different storage array.
Select Storage › Volumes.
Select the Applications & Workloads tab.
The Applications & Workloads view appears.
Select Add to Workload.
The Select Workload dialog box appears.
Do one of the following actions:
Add volumes to an existing workload — Select this option to add volumes to an existing workload.
Use the drop-down list to select a workload. The workload’s associated application type is assigned to the volumes you add to this workload.
Add volumes to a new workload — Select this option to define a new workload for an application type and add volumes to the new workload.
Select Next to continue with the add to workload sequence.
The Select Volumes dialog box appears.
Select the volumes you want to add to the workload.
Review the volumes that you want to add to the selected workload.
When you are satisfied with your workload configuration, click Finish.