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Re: [dm-devel] Problem Delay construction of multipath device



It's going somewhat offtopic now... sorry to the list.
As you wrote that you recently updated the system to 5.4 (or at least
I understood this), it means you have a valid rhn subscription.
Tipically you have support (web and/or phone) support bound to this.
but they could be particular cases where you have not ability to open
tickets (for example for some kind of Academic licenses AFAIK)
You have to ask the person responsible with licenses/subscriptions in
your organization.

In general you have a login to access Red hat Network web site with a browser:
https://rhn.redhat.com
After login you select
"red hat customer center" box at the mid'left of the page
In the new page, inside the third column from the left, named
"Tickets", you select the link
"Open new tickets or manage existing"
and then it is self explanatory.

HIH,
Gainluca

On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 1:03 PM, Chelly Youssef (ISEFC)
<chilonnb gmail com> wrote:
> hi,
>
> i use rhel 5.4 and my hw/sw config is supported. how can i open a case. you
> have the link ?
>
> Thanks.
>
> 2010/1/12 Gianluca Cecchi <gianluca cecchi gmail com>
>>
>> On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 12:16 PM, Chelly Youssef (ISEFC)
>> <chilonnb gmail com> wrote:
>> > Problem: Delay construction of multipath device (/ dev/dm-3)
>> [snip]
>>
>> > My fstab :
>> [snip]
>>
>> [snip]
>> > I made the upgrade to Redhat 5.4 (2.6.18-164.el5) but I have not solved
>> > the
>> > problem. It must be done at boot
>> >
>> > How I can do. I can give you my "sosreport" if you want.
>> [snip]
>>
>> I don't know if you have some problems related to latencies or oher,
>> but I have two comments:
>>
>> - In general, at least in rh el 5.x, dm-x names are not persistent
>> across reboots, so I think it is not safe to directly refer them in
>> fstab.
>> You can make a label on the fs, such as this, if they are ext2/3/4
>>
>> tune2fs -L homefs /dev/mpath2 (with /home umounted and pointing to
>> mpath2 in this case)
>>
>> and then in fstab
>> LABEL=homefs             240G  148G   93G  62% /home
>>
>> or create a volume group and refer the LV with something like this in
>> fstab (VG=vgname, LV=lvname) in the first column:
>> /dev/mapper/vgname-lvname
>>
>> - If you are using rh el 5.4 and your hw/sw config is supported you
>> can open a case....
>>
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