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Re: [linux-lvm] LVM Multi Path Support


I have a related question.

I have just set up LVM on the LUNS from a HDS-9570 with a
qla-2300 driver in failover mode. This results in each
LUN being exposed to the operating system twice, once for
each controller. However when a controller fails the
card transparently maps the requests to the secondary
controller so that the original scsi target still works.

LVM appears to do the 'right thing for me' in that it recognises
that the the two PVs are one (I assume via the UUID) and ignore
the second LUN.

I'd like to know if this is just good luck, or if it's behaviour
I can rely ?


On Thursday 04 March 2004 20:30, Joe Thornber wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 03, 2004 at 04:03:49PM -0300, Eduardo Dias wrote:
> > Dear All,
> >  
> > I would like to know if LVM Linux has (or will) support to multi path 
> There is a v. old patch kicking around that adds some sort of multipath
> support to LVM1.  Search this list to find it.  It hasn't ever been
> part of an official release.
> LVM2 doesn't support multipath but we're currently developing a
> multipath target for device-mapper, and Christophe Varoqui is writing
> a standalone userland tool to drive it.  The current thinking is that
> the LVM2 tools will just use the devices that Christophes tool
> creates.
> - Joe
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