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Old 07-10-2012, 11:03 AM   #1
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Need to connect Multipath using ISCSIADM in Open Suse

I am trying to create multipath from OpenSuse to FreeNas. I was able to create FreeNas storage server and was able to see all the nodes in my Open Suse. Now I need to create a multipath link to the same server. I am not conceptually good in Networks. I need to create a multipath from a OpenSUSE server to FreeNAS storage. Can some one give some link that talks about this? I cannot seem to find many.

ServerOS: OpenSUSE 11 (with two NIC cards, both eth0 and eth1 are configured)
Storage: FreeNAS (with 4 disks)

Also, I am not asking about dmsetup,dmmultipath, device-mapper. I just need to connect two different multipaths first and then detect it using the above commands

PS: My question might be vague(or even wrong), since I don't have much experience in this area, please ask me for details if I am missing anything.



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