I heard people having issues with centos/multipath as well, not clear
whether it applies to me. I just had a mini-breakthrough. Since the
udev documentation says that the default rule should create /dev/dm-*
when the kernel name comes up, unless specified *OTHERWISE* I removed
all those rules that were named dmsetup,dmadm and lvm2. Low and behold
now the devices are created. Now I only have to find
out why the kpartx rule is not called.
On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 10:48 AM, malahal <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thomas Witzel [firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote:
>> > Huh? Ubuntu charges license fees on GPL code? I think you are confusing
>> > what you are paying - it isn't license fee but support fee.
>> Thats not what I meant. I know that my hardware config does work out
>> of the box with RHEL, but we do not want to pay RHEL, and with ubuntu
>> I have not been able to get any of this to work for 3 weeks now and I
>> have not been able to get help/support on the issue, so I was asking
>> whether there is a different free distribution that won't put me
>> through these time consuming google/mailing list/debug orgies to get
>> some storage mounted.
> Maybe CentOS ?
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