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From Giri Prasad <>
Subject Re: How to change primary storage
Date Mon, 07 Jul 2014 04:30:09 GMT

Thanks for suggestion, which I will try.

Btw, I saw a lead as:
Which says :

when I've had issues deleting primary storages in the past, I've ended up having to delete
volumes that were still associated with the datastore from the cloud.volumes table.

Is cloud.volumes the mysql table, where all the primary/secondary storage setups are stored?
Or what is the exact db.tablename which stores the primary/secondary storage setups?


----- Original Message -----
From: Prashant Kumar Mishra <>
To: "" <>; Giri Prasad <>;
"" <>
Sent: Sunday, 6 July 2014 9:42 AM
Subject: RE: How to change primary storage

I would suggest add you new  primary storage ,migrate volumes  from old storage to new storage
and  then remove ur old primary storage after enabling  maintenance mode.


-----Original Message-----
From: Giri Prasad [] 
Sent: Saturday, July 05, 2014 10:16 AM
Subject: How to change primary storage

Hello All,

 I installed CS 4.1 on ubuntu, with primary storage in /export/aa and secondary storage in
/export/bb, both in the same hard disk as the management server of CS 4.1. The Ip of the server
is  http://XXX.XXX.1.5.

 Recently, I configured the My Book Live Device, to the IP of http://XXX.XXX.1.20. I am able
to mount this device to linux dir and view files on it.

 The CS 4.1 was installed before mounting this external My Book Live Device.

Now I want to change the primary storage of the IP address from http://XXX.XXX.1.5 to http://XXX.XXX.1.20.
Also, I need to change the primary storage directory.

 Can, anybody provide insights, on which Mysql table, should I update for CS 4.1 setup. Or
is there a procedure, to change the primary storage settings via the CS 4.1 web interface

Thanks in advance.


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