[Centos] kernel with multi-LUN SCSI support
Paul M. Wright
pmwright at cox.net
Sat Apr 3 10:30:06 UTC 2004
THANK YOU!!! The first method didn't work but the second one did. I
just added the suggested line to modules.conf and ran mkinitrd and I can
now see both the drive and the changer in /proc/scsi/scsi.
That was just what I needed!
On Sat, 2004-04-03 at 01:12, Greg Kurtzer wrote:
> I think there is two ways of doing this without rebuilding the kernel:
> Add 'max_scsi_luns=128' to the kernel command line in grub or append= in lilo.
> I believe that you can also do it when you initialize the top of your scsi
> chain. For example, you can add: 'options scsi_mod max_scsi_luns=128' to
> modules.conf, and rebuild your initrd (or hack on the initrd directly) to add
> that insmod option.
> This is from memory, but I am pretty sure that one of these worked... :)
> Good luck,
> On Fri, Apr 02, 2004 at 11:00:56PM -0700, Paul M. Wright told me:
> > I am running CentOS 3.1 and everything is working beautifully except my
> > HP12000e tape library that requires multi-LUN support. Every time I
> > re-compile the 2.4.21 kernel with the multi-LUN SCSI option, I get the
> > multi-LUN to work but something else breaks.
> > Is there a pre-compiled kernel somewhere that is similar to the stock
> > CentOS kernel except that it includes the multi-LUN feature?
> > thanks!
> > paul
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