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Re: [dm-devel] /dev/dm-N and Veritas?

I would like to use "device mapper" for multipathing which I have setup and Veritas Volume Manager for Virtualization. I normally create LUNs on the SAN and they show up as /dev/sdX, /dev/sdY, etc... I initialize them for use with Veritas Volume Manager which allows me to expand filesystems across multiple LUNs, create snapshots, split disks off for deporting, etc... I have many years of Veritas experience and none with LVM so I would (for now anyway) like to use the multipathed devices /dev/dm-N with Veritas. Is it possible?

Christophe Varoqui wrote:

On lun, 2005-10-31 at 14:27 -0500, Bruen, Mark wrote:
Anyone using Veritas to manage their /dev/dm-N devices?

I guess few people can understand what you mean.
For one, I can't, sorry.


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