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powerpath license expired on rhel

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I have another issue on the server , powerpath license is expired , I cant assign new LUN pseudo name using powermt check , is there any workaround ?
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No I don't believe there is a workaround. You should check with powerpath for a license extension.
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Dont try and do a work around, I'd guess that this is a production box and you want it to be supported so it would be best to invest in the updated license file from EMC (is it still EMC?)
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RHEL supports storage multipath for DM and LVM (see their docs)
Ok it is giving potatoes for apples, but still better than nothing...
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Thank you all
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