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Removing a Disk from the Storage Pool

更新日期: 2010年4月

適用於: System Center Data Protection Manager 2010

A storage pool disk is both physically attached to the DPM server and programmatically attached by DPM to the storage pool.

When a disk that belongs to the storage pool is physically removed or fails, DPM sends an alert that there is a missing volume. The missing volume also displays on the Disks tab in the Management task area.

In the missing volume alert Details pane, you will see that there is a link to remove the disk from the storage pool. When you click this link, you remove the programmatic attachment.

If you remove the disk from the storage pool and later bring the disk online again, DPM cannot access the existing data on it. If DPM labels a disk as "missing volume" and you do not remove the disk from the storage pool, when you bring the disk online again, DPM will remap the volumes on the disk and can access the existing data on it.

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