Virtual SAN Automatic “Add Disk to Storage Mode” Fails

Post by Joe Cook (thank you)

The deployment and configuration of Virtual SAN, with its two-click configuration capability, is indeed “radically simple.” Upon enabling Virtual SAN and leaving the default disk management setting (“Add disks to storage”) set on automatic, Virtual SAN will detect the solid state and magnetic disks that physically exist within the Virtual SAN cluster hosts. Virtual SAN will then create two partitions on each disk, place the disks in their relative disk groups, and pool those disk groups into a single datastore.

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