How to identify the LUN id from Windows with MPIO installed

February 6, 2014 at 8:16 am Leave a comment


Recently as part of the migration process we need to remove the EMC Powerpath and Windows MPIO and customer was requesting a way to identify the LUN id via

The easiest way to do this is

Download the EMC “inq” tool and place it on the server

and run the tool as follows
– inq or you could add the switch as -clariion

This will list all the LUN for better readability I would suggest to run the command as follows

c:\inq -clariion > vol.text –> This will send the output of this command to the text file)

Open it you will see a column “CLUN” and this is the corresponding LUN id for your disk.

Good Luck.


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