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首先,这篇文章不是关于PowerCLI的。也许你知道用vSphere Client可以设置LUN的路径选择策略,但是如果需要修改100个LUN呢?脚本可以轻松搞定。

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esxcli storage nmp device list | egrep "Device Display Name|Path Selection Policy:"


Device Display Name: DGC Fibre Channel Disk (naa.600601602a102e0002cdf2a2596be211) Path Selection Policy: VMW_PSP_RR



esxcli storage nmp device list | awk '/^naa/{print "esxcli storage nmp device set -d "$0" -P 你的PSP类型" };'


esxcli storage nmp device set -d naa.600508b1001c1e987243838af4c67891 -P VMW_PSP_RR
esxcli storage nmp device set -d naa.600601602a102e008896dda81b88e211 -P VMW_PSP_RR
esxcli storage nmp device set -d naa.600601602a102e008861b28a596be211 -P VMW_PSP_RR
esxcli storage nmp device set -d naa.600601602a102e00560d8488b456e211 -P VMW_PSP_RR
esxcli storage nmp device set -d naa.600601602a102e00c4cd2600b456e211 -P VMW_PSP_RR
esxcli storage nmp device set -d naa.600601602a102e008c96dda81b88e211 -P VMW_PSP_RR


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