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Retype (migrate) volume between mirrored storage templates (different pools, same storage provider)
If you have a mirrored volume in PowerVC (Storage-Template-A) and you have to retype (migrate) this to also mirroed Storage-Template-B for any reason, this didn't work/isn't supported.
Most customers, which do have a SVC, are using mirroring between pools to have high availibility. Therefore they also use the often the streched cluster feature of SVC. So they do have 50% of SVC in datacenter room 1 and the the other 50% in datacenter room 2. In each room they do have also a storage box "behind" the SVC, lets say pool-1 and pool-2. And PowerVC do support such a scenario. But if the pools are full, or the storage boxes have to be replaced, how should hundreds of volumes being moved form pool1/pool2 to the new pool3/pool4 ?
The log way is to migrate the volume outside from PowerVC (with SVC commnds), and then fix the information in PowerVC for the volume ... # powervc-config storage set-template ...
Not the best solution, if you have a management tool like PowerVC ...
Plese provide this feature in PowerVC with the retype function.
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