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Re: [linux-lvm] Found duplicate PV 7TGP3THphAvROCTtC4OI2gZrvrAGrn15: using /dev/sdah not /dev/sdq Found duplicate PV Qbpd3ov1sd3GHCwCQHUzkI00X53lbcDC: using /dev/sdai not /dev/sdr Found duplicate PV v0YURmuRm51dfY8br0Bx7XxOOIJyV6oa: using /dev/sdt no



See the following:
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http://christophe.varoqui.free.fr/


Shawn

2008/8/12 Pedro Gonzalez Zamora <pedroche5 gmail com>
Hi Bryan

How can I configure multipathing if I  have scsi enviroment with multiple paths?

Best

Pedro

2008/8/12 Bryn M. Reeves <bmr redhat com>
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Pedro Gonzalez Zamora wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm new in LVM when I execute the command "vgscan -v" I get a message below
> I don't why this message appear
>
>
> Found duplicate PV 7TGP3THphAvROCTtC4OI2gZrvrAGrn15: using /dev/sdah not
> /dev/sdq
> Found duplicate PV Qbpd3ov1sd3GHCwCQHUzkI00X53lbcDC: using /dev/sdai not
> /dev/sdr
>
> Anyone Can help me to understand what is the problem and How  can I fix it?
>
> Bests Regards
>
> Pedro G.

Do you have a SAN/fiber/iSCSI environment with multiple paths to the
storage? If so, then you can configure multipathing and filtering to
allow LVM to take advantage of the redundant paths to the storage.

If you don't have a multipath environment then you need to figure out
why these two devices seem to have the same content. Could they have
been copied (dd, some clever storage mirroring thingamy? broken (split)
RAID1 mirror?).

Regards,
Bryn.

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