Shared Disk in VIOS between two LPARs ?


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Shared Disk in VIOS between two LPARs ?

is there any way to create shared virtual disk between two LPARs like how you can do it using Storage through Fiber on two servers ?

Trying to stimulate HACMP between two LPARs
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