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Re: [Linux-cluster] Can't see all volumes



Hi Mike

Could you show the output of cat /proc/scsi/scsi?
I think that it can recognize only the drive of LUN number 0.

1. Add the following line to/etc/modprobe.conf.
    options scsi_mod.o max_scsi_luns=255

2. Next, this setting must be read when you boot OS.
    #mkinitrd /boot/< your initrd image > `uname -r`

Regard

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> With all of the tech's on this list... no one has seen this problem?
> Thought I'd ask again since I'm still stumped.
>
> By the way, anyone know of any user groups, forums for the Xyratex/MTI
style
> storage chassis?
>
> Mike
>
> >This might or might not be the right list and if it is not, does anyone
know
> >one that would cover things like fibre channel RAID devices?
>
> >I have an 800GB RAID drive which I have split into 32 smaller volumes.
This
> >is a fibre channel system, Xyratex. The problem is that I cannot see any
more
> >than 2 volumes per controller when I check from any of the nodes.
>
> >Basically, I would like to set up a small volume for each node along with
> >their various GFS volumes.
>
>
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