[CentOS] Re: lvm with iscsi devices on boot
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Thu Jun 19 18:48:20 UTC 2008
on 6-19-2008 11:42 AM Raja Subramanian spake the following:
> Hi All,
> My CentOS 5.1 server is using iSCSI attached disks connecting
> to a dual controller storage array. I have also configured multipathd
> to manage the multiple paths. Everything works well, and on
> boot the dev nodes are automatically created in /dev/mapper.
> On these devices, I have created logical volumes using lvm2.
> My problem is that lvm does not recognize these iscsi/multipath
> volumes on boot up. I need to manually run "vgchange -ay"
> and mount the logical volumes by hand.
> I tried running the vgchange and mount commands from
> /etc/rc.local, but that has no effect. I have verified that
> /etc/rc.local itself is executing correctly.
> What do I need to put in my boot up scripts so logical volumes
> in iscsi/multipathd devices are automatically recognized on boot?
> - Raja
LVM initialization is fairly early in the init. It is probably running long
before your iscsi connector is starting. Maybe you could try moving its
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