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Old 07-08-2012, 10:52 PM   #1
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Boot from multipath device on Redhat 5.4 (kernel

Hi, it might be an old question, but anyone can tell me to run the multipath on boot?

Actually I added a disk (LUN) from SAN to my RHEL, then configure it into same logical volume. But, I forgot to rebuild the initrd image, so, after I reboot, the RHEL server cant boot with the kernel panic message.

Any idea for how to force it to run the multipath during boot? Like changing boot menu parameter.

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