Bug ; Package multipath-tools. RHEL4 [root dot4 dev]. Run this command against your 3 LUNs hdisk2, 3 and 4 i’m assuming? Very easy to mess it up. Just thought I’d try on here to see if anyone has success with what we are trying to setup. Can you just let me know the below mentioned all 3 requires for Multipathing?
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Can I use such kind of multipathing, if I boot blade servers from external storage controller? Security checker rkhunter working with AIX.
Over the past couple of years a flurry of OS Native multipathing solutions have become available. A quick question if I may. BB code is On. Message 94 received at bugs. Hi Nick, very good blog and useful info. The io is started on the first path in the group.
# – [multipath-tools] Errors when Boot On SAN (IBM DS) – Debian Bug report logs
Message 73 received at close bugs. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on dw4700 own.
For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and multipaty administration. Check configuration When you configure active and passive paths you assume that first path listed is to controller A and second path is to controller B.
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Message 35 received at bugs. Fri, 10 Feb Linux multipathing doesn’t currently allow you to set custom path priorities. Any ideas why this command is returning with unknown service? Do I use fdisk to create the partitions or kpartx? To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Edit the original file and make sure you only have the following entries uncommented out.
If one of the paths fail, d4700 path is excluded for selection for io.
I’m trying to find a way to give greater priority to the fc path and use the iscsi path for failover only. Added tag s moreinfo. Is there a way to route it through “sde”?
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Home Skip mutipath Content Micro Focus. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: The inquiry response, among other things, carries the LUN serial number.
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So redundant path here is used only as a failover. I read through the comment for Hitachi.
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