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Old 03-20-2012, 01:01 AM   #1
rhce5
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how to configure SuSE Linux native multipath to integrate EMC Storage array


Dear all,

We have an 11no of SuSE Linux server host which supposed to integrated with EMC VNX5300 Unified Storage array via DS300B(Brocade Switch). All necessary procedure followed (Zoning, adding Host&LUN on the storage group)and the iscsi LUN is visible on the host. We configured native multipath instead of EMC power path-Multipathing software. But it is not working fine, i meant to say LUN visibility on the host is having single path, instead it supposed to be more than one path.
So please help me out to solve this and if you have any documentation regarding what are the changes we need to make on the multipathing configuration file would be an great help for us. Let me know if you need any more details.
Note: We are using only FC connectivity and this storage we used for SAN.
Thanks in advance!

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