[cinder] : SAN migration

Sumit Marwah sumit.marwah at broadcom.com
Fri Nov 19 02:24:37 UTC 2021

Hi Gauurav,
Did you receive any response from OpenStack?


Sumit Marwah
Technology & Sales Director, APJ | Brocade
Mobile: +6596452240
1 Yishun Ave 7 |  Singapore
sumit.marwah at broadcom.com   |   broadcom.com

On Wed, Nov 3, 2021 at 12:50 PM Gauurav Sabharwal1 <
gauurav.sabharwal at in.ibm.com> wrote:

> Hi Experts ,
> I need some expert advise of one of the scenario, I have multiple isolated
> OpenStack cluster running with train & rocky edition. Each OpenStack
> cluster environment have it's own isolated infrastructure of SAN  ( CISCO
> fabric ) & Storage  ( HP, EMC & IBM).
> Now company planning to refresh their SAN infrastructure. By procuring new
> Brocade SAN switches. But there are some migration relevant challenges we
> have.
>    1. As we understand under one cinder instance only one typer of FC
>    zone manager is supported . Currently  customer configured & managing CISCO
>    .* Is it possible to configure two different vendor FC Zone manager
>    under one cinder instance.*
>    2. Migration of SAN zoning is supposedly going to be happen offline
>    way from OpenStack point of view. We will be migrating all ports of each
>    existing cisco fabric to Brocade with zone configuration using brocade CLI.
>       *Our main concern is that after migration How  CINDER DB update new
>    zone info & path via Brocade SAN.*
> Regards
> Gauurav Sabharwal
> IBM India Pvt. Ltd.
> IBM towers
> Ground floor, Block -A , Plot number 26,
> Sector 62, Noida
> Gautam budhnagar UP-201307.
> Email:gauurav.sabharwal at in.ibm.com
> Mobile No.: +91-9910159277

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