Bug#500991: More info
agx at sigxcpu.org
Fri Oct 3 09:34:49 UTC 2008
On Fri, Oct 03, 2008 at 10:47:55AM +0200, Rik Theys wrote:
> It seems the -n option is only applied to "LOGICAL VOLUME" products,
> according to a strings on /sbin/multipath.
> When I add a device section for 'LOGICAL VOLUME' and specify a
> getuid_callout, it uses that one.
> I would expect multipath to use the defaults unless explicitely
> configured in /etc/multipath.conf
There's a set of default for different classes of devices. I'll remove
the "-n" but I don't think cciss is well supported by the multipath
version in lenny. Current upstream git has it's own patch checker for
cciss (which we can't backport easily since the whole structure of the
path checkers changed).
> This bug can be downgraded because it will work with a config change,
> but should the -n option not be removed from the built-in defaults for
> LOGICAL VOLUME?
Does it multipathing work cciss if you remove "-n"? Do the patchs get
detected correctly. Could you attache the output of "multipath -l"?
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