When a volume is cluster enabled, an object is created in eDirectory with the name of the cluster followed by an underscore followed by the volume name (for example, cluster1_vol1). For the Server Consolidation Utility to function properly with a NetWare 5.1 cluster-enabled volume, the server name followed by an underscore followed by the Volume Name object must be used in the Project Window instead (for example, server1_vol1).
This substitution can be accomplished by completing the following steps:
Start ConsoleOne, and browse to the context where the NCP Server object resides.
Right-click the right pane, select> , then type the name of the new object in the first field.
This should be the server name followed by an underscore followed by the volume name.
In the second field, browse and select the appropriate server.
In the third field, select the volume from the drop-down menu, then click.
In the Server Consolidation Utility Project Window, refresh the container where the Volume object is located to make the new object appear.
When dragging-and-dropping in the project window, use the newly created Volume object.
If you use the clustername_volumename object instead of creating and using the new Volume object, a critical SMDR error will occur and you won’t be able to complete the consolidation process.
After the consolidation is complete, you can delete the newly created Volume object.