[Linux-PowerEdge] Fault Tolerant disk arrays and device-mapper-multipath
nick.lunt at patech-solutions.com
Thu Mar 14 04:47:56 CDT 2013
yes it makes sense to me too. Reading the multipath docs for RH6 it seems
it's also easier to setup now than it has been previously.
Thanks for your help.
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On 14 March 2013 09:39, Dan Yasny <dyasny at gmail.com> wrote:
> With four paths in place, device-mapper absolutely makes sense to use.
> Haven't touched the newer MDs in a SAS configuration (I mostly use iSCSI),
> but I think they will work the same way - using scsi_dh_rdac
> On Thu, Mar 14, 2013 at 11:37 AM, Nick Lunt <
> nick.lunt at patech-solutions.com> wrote:
>> we are purchasing an R910 which we will install Oracle Linux 6 on. The
>> server will have 4 x SAS HBA cards which will connect to an MD3220, this in
>> turn will be daisy chained to 3 x MD1220 and an MD1200.
>> We will be setting these up in a fault tolerant configuration.
>> My question is with this configuration is it necessary to also setup
>> device-mapper-multipath ?
>> Nick .
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