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Disk or data corruption on Window server 2019 E-series LUN

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Applies to

  • E5760
  • ISCSI connected host
  • Windows server 2019

Issue

  • LUN mounted from E-series controller to the Windows Server 2019 shows Drive is dirty
  • After repairing the file system on Windows OS, it gets corrupted again after some read/write operations.

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Here, E: has been mounted as LUN from E-series

fsutil dirty query <drive letter>

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