UDA 1.4, SAN drivers and custom ESX ISOs

One method use to stop your SAN from being “touched” by Anaconda installer is to remove the drivers that Anaconda uses for HBAs.

One method (amongst many) of stopping your SAN from being “touched” by Anaconda installer is to remove the drivers...

that Anaconda uses for HBAs. Dinny Davies wrote an article about this on the xtravirt.com website.

Link:

http://ict-freak.nl/2007/07/11/whitepaper-installing-esx-30x-without-isolating-the-san/

Bouke Groenescheij has taken this idea to the next logical conclusion by writing a script that does it all for you.

Links:
http://www.jume.nl/downloads/viewdownload/3-tools-n-scripts/6-removevmhba

This was last published in August 2007

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