Thanks a lot for your answer!
Can you post some example for doing this?
My problem is that I have to refer to a right device in my VM
configuration for xen:
disk = [‘phy:/dev/sdj,xvda,w’]
for live migration purposes the reference to disk must be the
same in all the physical hosts, so I must be shore that sdj points to the right
Thanks for any help!
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Inviato: venerdì 8 gennaio 2010 16:22
A: linux clustering
Oggetto: Re: [Linux-cluster] Rename scsi devices
You could use a udev rule to symlink it to a new device name
On Jan 8, 2010 7:07 AM, <cluster xinet it> wrote:
do someone know how i could rename an iscsi device from
/dev/sde to /dev/sdg?
I mean, I have an iscsi device from a storage with address 7:0:0:12
and I see it in one host with the name /dev/sde while in the second host i see
it with name /dev/sdg.
I need to rename due to virtualization purposes.
Can someone help me?
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