This blog post is going to be a small one.
Azure Stack Development Kit has just been released and I thought it was about time I got it running on one of my Hyper-V servers. Before I was able to, I ran into an issue with the storage. I had repurposed some disks from an old server that had a storage pool.
I tried to delete the old storage pool on this new server but came up the below message.
To get around this error I jumped into an elevated PowerShell window and ran the following command.
|Get-StoragePool -FriendlyName "SU1_Pool" | Set-StoragePool -IsReadOnly $false|
This command basically just takes the storage pool out of read only mode.
Now to delete it. As we are in PowerShell it’s easily done by using the following command.
|Get-StoragePool -FriendlyName "SU1_Pool" | Remove-StoragePool|
And that’s it. You are now able to use the disks as required. I hope you found this article helpful and questions please leave a comment.