lun igroup bind
PDF of this doc site
- application commands
- cluster commands
- event commands
- lun commands
- metrocluster commands
- network commands
- qos commands
- security commands
- snaplock commands
- snapmirror commands
- statistics commands
- storage commands
- system commands
- volume commands
- vserver commands
Bind an existing initiator group to a given portset
Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the admin privilege level.
This command binds an initiator group to a port set so the host knows which LIFs or TPGs to access. When you bind a port set to an igroup, the host knows which iSCSI or FCP LIF to access. If you do not bind an igroup to a port set, and you map a LUN to the igroup, then the initiators in the igroup can access the LUN on any port on the Vserver.
The initiator group cannot be bound to another port set when you use this command. If you attempt to bind a port set to an initiator group that is already bound to an existing port set, the command returns an error. You can only bind an initiator group to one port set at a time.
If the initiator group is bound, use the lun igroup unbind command to unbind the initiator group from the port set. After the initiator group is unbound, you can bind it to another port set.
You can only bind an initiator group to a non-empty port set.
|This command is not supported for a Vserver with Infinite Volume.|
-vserver <Vserver Name>- Vserver Name
Specifies the Vserver.
-igroup <text>- Igroup Name
Specifies the initiator group that you want to bind a port set to.
-portset <text>- Portset Binding Igroup
Specifies the port set name that you want to bind an initiator group to.
cluster1::> lun igroup bind -vserver vs1 -igroup ig1 -portset-name ps1
Binds igroup ig1 to port set ps1.