[CentOS] removing inaffective SAN partitions from the system .....
Jagan.Kommineni at ludwig.edu.au
Mon Apr 19 04:09:43 UTC 2010
I have installed CentOS release 5.2 (Final). EMC SAN partition is mounted by using EMC Powerpath for resolving multiple paths. I was able write and read data over to SAN partition without any issues.
Subsequently I have unmounted EMC SAN partition from the system and deleted LUN using Navisphere user interface. After rebooting system, I still see SAN mappings in system.
Here is the affected partition mappings ....
major minor #blocks name
8 16 1048576 sdb
8 48 1048576 sdd
8 80 1048576 sdf
8 112 1048576 sdh
When I try to print information using parted, I am getting the following information ....
GNU Parted 1.8.1
Welcome to GNU Parted! Type 'help' to view a list of commands.
Error: Unable to open /dev/sdb - unrecognised disk label.
I would like to get rid of partition mappings from the system. Anyone has any solution for this problem please.
Dr. Jagan Kommineni
Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
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