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[Xen-users] IBM SDD(Subsystem Device Driver) with Xen

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  • From: "WanKeun Cho" <jowkju@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2007 14:17:55 +0900
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I know that IBM SDD(Subsystem Device Driver) for linux are all for
kernel version 2.6.9 or lower - for RHEL4 or less, SLES9 or less

I installed IBMsdd rpm, but failed to command "sdd start". I use
XenExpress version (xen-3.0.4 version) with 2.6.16 kernel.

My questions are

1. Is there anyone who use IBM SDD module with the dom0's 2.6.16
kernel on Xen-3.0.4 ???? if then, how can you use it??
 Is there anyone who use IBM SDD module with any Xen version??

2. IBM SDD module is for configuring on multipath storage environment. Does Xen
 have such a function itselt??

Thank you~

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