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Implementing the IBM Storwize V3700 by Paulo Tomiyoshi Takeda, Chris Tapsell, Lee Sirett, Saiprasad Prabhakar Parkar, Jon Tate

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Basic volume configuration
This chapter describes how to use the IBM Storwize V3700 to create a volume and map a volume to a host. A volume is a logical disk on the IBM Storwize V3700 that is provisioned out of a storage pool and is recognized by a host with an identifier UID field and a parameter list.
The first part of the chapter describes how to create volumes of different types and map them to the defined host.
The second part of this chapter describes how to discover those volumes (see 5.1, “Provisioning storage from IBM Storwize V3700 ...

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