Win2003 SP1 - new Disk Unique ID of cluster

Hi all !
There is a new Disk Unique ID feature of Windows Clustering.
What do I have to change in my virtual disk driver in order to support it?
Is it a new Ioctl?

Thanks,
Dany
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Clustering is using Inquiry Page 83 (obtained by the Microsoft port
drivers at startup and returned through IOCTL_STORAGE_QUERY_PROPERTY).
Make sure you have correctly formed device identifiers, and one of them
must be a type 2 or type 3 (bound to the LUN). Be very careful if you
make these up because they are expected to be: unique, identical on all
paths, and identical when retrieved by each system. For physical devices
this is easier.

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From: Dany Polovets [mailto:xxxxx@storeage.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 11, 2005 3:15 AM
Subject: Win2003 SP1 - new Disk Unique ID of cluster

Hi all !
There is a new Disk Unique ID feature of Windows Clustering.
What do I have to change in my virtual disk driver in order to support
it?
Is it a new Ioctl?

Thanks,
Dany
This mail was sent via storeage.com

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