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  1. Hey Hal, There's a misunderstanding here for sure. We should not have 2 disks. The Starwind (SW) software manages the HA disk between the hosts and related replication. The targets that appear to Globalsan are the exact same disk from both servers. When you mount one server's target, you can see the RW state of the other disk immediately update as well. This is something of a potential multipath issue I think.
  2. Hey SNS, I had posted this on StarWind's forums, as I think this is an issue for them, but could you a look and see if this could be an issue on GlobalSAN/iSANmp's side? https://forums.starwindsoftware.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=4577 Thanks!