How to see orignal disk name when multipathing is enabled

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I have added four luns to one of linux machine which has multipathing enabled.
I want to list those luns as individual disks?
I don’t want to see multipath disks but just four additional disks which i want to use to create a physical volume.

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  • welcome to U&L, can you show multipath -l ‘s output, each device disk will be listed individually. What are you trying to achieve by using “individual” disk/path ?
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    Nov 29 at 11:47

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I have added four luns to one of linux machine which has multipathing enabled.
I want to list those luns as individual disks?
I don’t want to see multipath disks but just four additional disks which i want to use to create a physical volume.

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  • welcome to U&L, can you show multipath -l ‘s output, each device disk will be listed individually. What are you trying to achieve by using “individual” disk/path ?
    – Archemar
    Nov 29 at 11:47

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I have added four luns to one of linux machine which has multipathing enabled.
I want to list those luns as individual disks?
I don’t want to see multipath disks but just four additional disks which i want to use to create a physical volume.

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I have added four luns to one of linux machine which has multipathing enabled.
I want to list those luns as individual disks?
I don’t want to see multipath disks but just four additional disks which i want to use to create a physical volume.

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  • welcome to U&L, can you show multipath -l ‘s output, each device disk will be listed individually. What are you trying to achieve by using “individual” disk/path ?
    – Archemar
    Nov 29 at 11:47

  • welcome to U&L, can you show multipath -l ‘s output, each device disk will be listed individually. What are you trying to achieve by using “individual” disk/path ?
    – Archemar
    Nov 29 at 11:47

welcome to U&L, can you show multipath -l ‘s output, each device disk will be listed individually. What are you trying to achieve by using “individual” disk/path ?
– Archemar
Nov 29 at 11:47

welcome to U&L, can you show multipath -l ‘s output, each device disk will be listed individually. What are you trying to achieve by using “individual” disk/path ?
– Archemar
Nov 29 at 11:47

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