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[Xen-users] FC card drivers in XCP

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Subject: [Xen-users] FC card drivers in XCP
From: Chris Petrolino <cpetrolino@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 17 May 2011 10:19:25 -0400
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Hi guys,

I am testing out some FC storage in my XCP environment but I'm a bit
confused on the right way to proceed. XCP actually sees the cards
"under hardware in xsconsole". I made a lv available to the XCP box
I'm testing on but both fdisk -l and via the XCP cli and ui the lv
isn't there. As I understand it from the documents I've read, you
don't want to use the standard Linux drivers like you would on a Cent
or RHEL install. What should my next steps be?

Kind Regards,

Christopher James Petrolino

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