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Old 06-10-2011, 03:34 PM
Anne Moore
 
Default major parted and fdisk issues on RHEL 5.5?

Hello All!

*

I have multiple RHEL 5.5 boxes, and I’m trying to partition
out (cut up) our 2.2 TB of storage on each one. However, neither Parted or
Fdisk will allow it on any of the RHEL 5.5 boxes. (We do have 20 RHEL 4.0
boxes, and it works perfectly on those.) Given it works fine with RHEL 4,0, I
assume this is a bug with RHEL 5.5?

*

Here’s the problem:

*

I’ve used GPT and msdos tables with this.

*

Disk /dev/sdb: 2247GB

Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B

Partition Table: gpt

*

Number* Start* End* Size* File
system* Name* Flags

*

(parted) mkpart primary ext3 1024 73000

(parted) mkpart primary ext3 60000 560000

(parted) mkpart primary ext3 560000 999999

(parted) mkpart extended ext3 999999 2143360



Now we have:

Number* Start** End****
Size*** File system* Name*****
Flags

*1***** 1024MB*
60.0GB*
59.0GB***********
primary

*2***** 60.0GB*
560GB**
500GB***************
primary

*3** ***560GB**
1000GB*
440GB**************
primary

*4*****
1000GB* 2143GB*
1143GB********** extended

At this point, I can’t do anything else. I try to create
logical drives out of the extended, like so:

*

I type in: (parted) mkpart logical ext3 999999 1400000

*

And I get back this error:

(parted) mkpart logical ext3 999999 1400000

Warning: You requested a partition from 1000GB to 1400GB.

The closest location we can manage is 2143GB to
2143GB.* Is this still

acceptable to you?

Yes/No?

*

And it doesn’t matter what I type on that (parted) line, it
always comes back with this same error message.

*

Again, this works fine in RHEL 4. But just won’t work on any
of our RHEL 5.5.

*

Anyone have any ideas on this? Is perhaps RHEL 5.5 expecting
something else on the command line? Or perhaps know of a patch that resolves
this?

*

Thanks to you all for the help.

*

Anne M.

*

Rebate Systems of Southern California

Systems and Integration


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Old 06-15-2011, 12:17 AM
Sanjay Chakraborty
 
Default major parted and fdisk issues on RHEL 5.5?

Did you scan the new storage ? If manual scan don't work (sometime it
don't) reboot the server.

Sanjay Chakraborty

On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 11:34 AM, Anne Moore <diabeticithink@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>
> Hello All!
>
>
>
> I have multiple RHEL 5.5 boxes, and I’m trying to partition
> out (cut up) our 2.2 TB of storage on each one. However, neither Parted or
> Fdisk will allow it on any of the RHEL 5.5 boxes. (We do have 20 RHEL 4.0
> boxes, and it works perfectly on those.) Given it works fine with RHEL 4,0, I
> assume this is a bug with RHEL 5.5?
>
>
>
> Here’s the problem:
>
>
>
> I’ve used GPT and msdos tables with this.
>
>
>
> Disk /dev/sdb: 2247GB
>
> Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B
>
> Partition Table: gpt
>
>
>
> Number* Start* End* Size* File
> system* Name* Flags
>
>
>
> (parted) mkpart primary ext3 1024 73000
>
> (parted) mkpart primary ext3 60000 560000
>
> (parted) mkpart primary ext3 560000 999999
>
> (parted) mkpart extended ext3 999999 2143360
>
>
>
> Now we have:
>
> Number* Start** End
> Size*** File system* Name
> Flags
>
> *1***** 1024MB
> 60.0GB
> 59.0GB
> primary
>
> *2***** 60.0GB
> 560GB
> 500GB
> primary
>
> *3** ***560GB
> 1000GB
> 440GB
> primary
>
> *4
> 1000GB* 2143GB
> 1143GB********** extended
>
> At this point, I can’t do anything else. I try to create
> logical drives out of the extended, like so:
>
>
>
> I type in: (parted) mkpart logical ext3 999999 1400000
>
>
>
> And I get back this error:
>
> (parted) mkpart logical ext3 999999 1400000
>
> Warning: You requested a partition from 1000GB to 1400GB.
>
> The closest location we can manage is 2143GB to
> 2143GB.* Is this still
>
> acceptable to you?
>
> Yes/No?
>
>
>
> And it doesn’t matter what I type on that (parted) line, it
> always comes back with this same error message.
>
>
>
> Again, this works fine in RHEL 4. But just won’t work on any
> of our RHEL 5.5.
>
>
>
> Anyone have any ideas on this? Is perhaps RHEL 5.5 expecting
> something else on the command line? Or perhaps know of a patch that resolves
> this?
>
>
>
> Thanks to you all for the help.
>
>
>
> Anne M.
>
>
>
> Rebate Systems of Southern California
>
> Systems and Integration
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
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Old 06-15-2011, 07:19 AM
Shankar Jha
 
Default major parted and fdisk issues on RHEL 5.5?

Hi For scanning new LUN, we don't required reboot.

Kindly follow the below method:

Step1: Download & Installed the sg3_utils packages.
(Download the sg3_utils & sg3_utils_libs packages )
Note: download “rescan-scsi-bus.sh” script also anywhere on RHEL4 based.
#rpm –ivh sg3_utils*
Step2: Scan the new LUNs without rebooting the box.
a.) Take the output of inq utils or fdisk –l
b.) Execute the following script & take the output of inq utils or
fdisk –l and compare with your previous out put.
#/usr/bin/rescan-scsi-bus.sh (RHEL5)
Or
#./rescan-scsi-bus.sh (RHEL4)

Thaks-
Shankar

On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 5:47 AM, Sanjay Chakraborty
<sanjaychakrab@gmail.com> wrote:
> Did you scan the new storage ? *If manual scan don't work (sometime it
> don't) reboot the server.
>
> Sanjay Chakraborty
>
> On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 11:34 AM, Anne Moore <diabeticithink@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>> Hello All!
>>
>>
>>
>> I have multiple RHEL 5.5 boxes, and I’m trying to partition
>> out (cut up) our 2.2 TB of storage on each one. However, neither Parted or
>> Fdisk will allow it on any of the RHEL 5.5 boxes. (We do have 20 RHEL 4.0
>> boxes, and it works perfectly on those.) Given it works fine with RHEL 4,0, I
>> assume this is a bug with RHEL 5.5?
>>
>>
>>
>> Here’s the problem:
>>
>>
>>
>> I’ve used GPT and msdos tables with this.
>>
>>
>>
>> Disk /dev/sdb: 2247GB
>>
>> Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B
>>
>> Partition Table: gpt
>>
>>
>>
>> Number* Start* End* Size* File
>> system* Name* Flags
>>
>>
>>
>> (parted) mkpart primary ext3 1024 73000
>>
>> (parted) mkpart primary ext3 60000 560000
>>
>> (parted) mkpart primary ext3 560000 999999
>>
>> (parted) mkpart extended ext3 999999 2143360
>>
>>
>>
>> Now we have:
>>
>> Number* Start** End
>> Size*** File system* Name
>> Flags
>>
>> *1***** 1024MB
>> 60.0GB
>> 59.0GB
>> primary
>>
>> *2***** 60.0GB
>> 560GB
>> 500GB
>> primary
>>
>> *3** ***560GB
>> 1000GB
>> 440GB
>> primary
>>
>> *4
>> 1000GB* 2143GB
>> 1143GB********** extended
>>
>> At this point, I can’t do anything else. I try to create
>> logical drives out of the extended, like so:
>>
>>
>>
>> I type in: (parted) mkpart logical ext3 999999 1400000
>>
>>
>>
>> And I get back this error:
>>
>> (parted) mkpart logical ext3 999999 1400000
>>
>> Warning: You requested a partition from 1000GB to 1400GB.
>>
>> The closest location we can manage is 2143GB to
>> 2143GB.* Is this still
>>
>> acceptable to you?
>>
>> Yes/No?
>>
>>
>>
>> And it doesn’t matter what I type on that (parted) line, it
>> always comes back with this same error message.
>>
>>
>>
>> Again, this works fine in RHEL 4. But just won’t work on any
>> of our RHEL 5.5.
>>
>>
>>
>> Anyone have any ideas on this? Is perhaps RHEL 5.5 expecting
>> something else on the command line? Or perhaps know of a patch that resolves
>> this?
>>
>>
>>
>> Thanks to you all for the help.
>>
>>
>>
>> Anne M.
>>
>>
>>
>> Rebate Systems of Southern California
>>
>> Systems and Integration
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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Old 06-16-2011, 08:17 PM
"Anne Moore"
 
Default major parted and fdisk issues on RHEL 5.5?

Thank you for the help.

-----Original Message-----
From: redhat-list-bounces@redhat.com [mailto:redhat-list-bounces@redhat.com]
On Behalf Of Shankar Jha
Sent: Wednesday, June 15, 2011 3:20 AM
To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
Subject: Re: major parted and fdisk issues on RHEL 5.5?

Hi For scanning new LUN, we don't required reboot.

Kindly follow the below method:

Step1: Download & Installed the sg3_utils packages.
(Download the sg3_utils & sg3_utils_libs packages )
Note: download ?rescan-scsi-bus.sh? script also anywhere on RHEL4
based.
#rpm ?ivh sg3_utils*
Step2: Scan the new LUNs without rebooting the box.
a.) Take the output of inq utils or fdisk ?l
b.) Execute the following script & take the output of inq utils or
fdisk ?l and compare with your previous out put.
#/usr/bin/rescan-scsi-bus.sh (RHEL5)
Or
#./rescan-scsi-bus.sh (RHEL4)

Thaks-
Shankar

On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 5:47 AM, Sanjay Chakraborty
<sanjaychakrab@gmail.com> wrote:
> Did you scan the new storage ? *If manual scan don't work (sometime it
> don't) reboot the server.
>
> Sanjay Chakraborty
>
> On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 11:34 AM, Anne Moore <diabeticithink@yahoo.com>
wrote:
>>
>>
>> Hello All!
>>
>>
>>
>> I have multiple RHEL 5.5 boxes, and I?m trying to partition
>> out (cut up) our 2.2 TB of storage on each one. However, neither Parted
or
>> Fdisk will allow it on any of the RHEL 5.5 boxes. (We do have 20 RHEL 4.0
>> boxes, and it works perfectly on those.) Given it works fine with RHEL
4,0, I
>> assume this is a bug with RHEL 5.5?
>>
>>
>>
>> Here?s the problem:
>>
>>
>>
>> I?ve used GPT and msdos tables with this.
>>
>>
>>
>> Disk /dev/sdb: 2247GB
>>
>> Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B
>>
>> Partition Table: gpt
>>
>>
>>
>> Number* Start* End* Size* File
>> system* Name* Flags
>>
>>
>>
>> (parted) mkpart primary ext3 1024 73000
>>
>> (parted) mkpart primary ext3 60000 560000
>>
>> (parted) mkpart primary ext3 560000 999999
>>
>> (parted) mkpart extended ext3 999999 2143360
>>
>>
>>
>> Now we have:
>>
>> Number* Start** End
>> Size*** File system* Name
>> Flags
>>
>> *1***** 1024MB
>> 60.0GB
>> 59.0GB
>> primary
>>
>> *2***** 60.0GB
>> 560GB
>> 500GB
>> primary
>>
>> *3** ***560GB
>> 1000GB
>> 440GB
>> primary
>>
>> *4
>> 1000GB* 2143GB
>> 1143GB********** extended
>>
>> At this point, I can?t do anything else. I try to create
>> logical drives out of the extended, like so:
>>
>>
>>
>> I type in: (parted) mkpart logical ext3 999999 1400000
>>
>>
>>
>> And I get back this error:
>>
>> (parted) mkpart logical ext3 999999 1400000
>>
>> Warning: You requested a partition from 1000GB to 1400GB.
>>
>> The closest location we can manage is 2143GB to
>> 2143GB.* Is this still
>>
>> acceptable to you?
>>
>> Yes/No?
>>
>>
>>
>> And it doesn?t matter what I type on that (parted) line, it
>> always comes back with this same error message.
>>
>>
>>
>> Again, this works fine in RHEL 4. But just won?t work on any
>> of our RHEL 5.5.
>>
>>
>>
>> Anyone have any ideas on this? Is perhaps RHEL 5.5 expecting
>> something else on the command line? Or perhaps know of a patch that
resolves
>> this?
>>
>>
>>
>> Thanks to you all for the help.
>>
>>
>>
>> Anne M.
>>
>>
>>
>> Rebate Systems of Southern California
>>
>> Systems and Integration
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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