persistent binding of LUNs

Steve Mickeler steve at neptune.ca
Sat Nov 23 15:50:00 CST 2002


You also have the choice of using devfs which is what I use, as well as a
couple of other tools such as scsidev available here:
http://www.garloff.de/kurt/linux/scsidev/

This is a good devfs & scsi starter page:

http://www.torque.net/scsi/devfs_scsi.html

Cheers.

 On Sat, 23 Nov 2002 Matt_Domsch at dell.com wrote:

> >     Our problem is that the bindings between Linux devices and
> > FC4700 LUNs are not persistent.  The most obvious evidence
> > of this problem is when we add new LUNs to a server.  In this
> > situation, once the server reboots, the entries in /dev for disks
> > no longer point to what they pointed to prior to the the reboot.
>
> a) mount-by-filesystem label
> b) learn the new tool we're developing for exactly this - devlabel.
> http://domsch.com/linux/devlabel/
>
>
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