When you add hard disks to the second node, you set up the disks to point to the quorum disk and shared storage disks, if any, for the first node. The setup allows shared access to clustered services and data.

1

In the vSphere Client inventory, select the newly created virtual machine and select Edit Settings.

The Virtual Machine Properties dialog box appears.

2

Click Add, select Hard Disk, and click Next.

3

Select Raw Device Mappings and click Next.

4

Select the LUN that is used by the physical machine.

5

Select the datastore, which is also the location of the boot disk, and click Next.

6

Select Physical as the compatibility mode and click Next.

A SCSI controller is created when the virtual hard disk is created.

7

From the Virtual Device Node drop-down menu, select a new SCSI controller (for example, SCSI (1:0)).

Note

You must select a new virtual device node. You cannot use SCSI 0.

8

Click Next, and click Finish.

The wizard creates a new hard disk and a new SCSI controller.

9

In the Virtual Machine Properties dialog box, select the new SCSI controller and click Change Type.

The Change SCSI Controller Type dialog box appears.

10

Select the appropriate type of controller, depending on your operating system.

Operating System

Type of Controller

Windows Server 2003

LSI Logic Parallel

Windows Server 2008

LSI Logic SAS

11

Click OK.

12

On the Virtual Machine Properties dialog box, set SCSI Bus Sharing to Virtual and click OK.