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This has definitely been. covered. here. before. The short answer is that it does not make sense to pursue this in any way today. It's irresponsible to consider keeping a 10+ year-old server on life-support in this manner. The historical context is that the industry moved away from Parallel SCSI (U320) to SATA and SAS beginning in 2004. New servers ...


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Realistically speaking, you're doing your employer a disservice trying to drag a machine with such old technology into the future. It's time to buy a new machine. By the time you spend the time cobbling together this bespoke solution you'll have spent more of their money than just buying a new machine. You're also leaving a major headache for the next person ...


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Passing the "nompath" option to the boot kernel (anaconda) solved my problem, as apparently the mpath recognition was a false positive. Once I did that, everything proceeded normally, with individually addressable drives. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaconda_Boot_Options



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