--- Comment #13 from Steffen Hau <steffen.hau(a)rz.uni-mannheim.de> ---
(In reply to Hannes Reinecke from comment #12)
If you were to enable multipath on a non-multipathed
root system you need to
blacklist the root filesystem.
I don't know why I should have to do that.
OpenSUSE 13.1 works fine with Swap,
/ and /srv each on RAID1 md devices and additional multipathed FC LUN's.
OpenSUSE 13.2 also assembles SWAP and /, but misses /srv if multipathd.service
Also, due to the timing involved multipath might claim
the device for MD, so
if MD references the devices as raw block devices (ie using /dev/sdX) it
won't be able to start.
If already written that I have checked that point.
While in emergency mode,
dmsetup does not report /dev/sd[a,b]3 to be claimed (see #c4). I can manually
assemble the missing array and continue booting.
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