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we use the following steps to create LPARs via REST API in PowerVC 2.0.1: 1) Create needed volumes 2) Create LPAR with already created volumes from previous step
For the storage virtualisation we use SVC. The SVC is configured to use round-robin for I/O Group assignment. Sometimes it occurs that the newly created LPAR boot LUN appers in the opposite I/O Group then the volumes created in step 1. Please see the screenshot for the messages we get in PowerVC.
It looks like PowerVC is not able to put all volumes into the same I/O Group. What is the best practice if we use the SVC in round-robin mode, to create a LPAR?
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