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1. Ensure the device-mapper-multipath package is installed
 
1. Ensure the device-mapper-multipath package is installed
     Execute: dnf -y install device-mapper device-mapper-multipath
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     Execute: dnf -y install device-mapper device-mapper-multipath
     Execute: rpm -qa <nowiki>|</nowiki> grep multipath
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     Execute: rpm -qa <nowiki>|</nowiki> grep multipath
 
2. Execute the following command to generate the configuration file
 
2. Execute the following command to generate the configuration file
 
     Execute: mpathconf --enable
 
     Execute: mpathconf --enable
 
3. Restart multipathd service
 
3. Restart multipathd service
     Execute:service multipathd restart
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     Execute: service multipathd restart
 
4. multipathd remove invalid device name 'foo'
 
4. multipathd remove invalid device name 'foo'
     Execute:multipathd remove map foo
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     Execute: multipathd remove map foo
 
5. check whether the return value is 'ok' or 'fail'
 
5. check whether the return value is 'ok' or 'fail'
 
|results=
 
|results=
 
# multipathd responds with 'fail' for invalid device name.
 
# multipathd responds with 'fail' for invalid device name.
 
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Latest revision as of 10:35, 29 October 2018

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Description

This testcase checks if multipathd responds with 'fail' for invalid device name. It is reported in fixed bug that multipathd responds with 'ok' for invalid device name.


How to test

1. Ensure the device-mapper-multipath package is installed

   Execute: dnf -y install device-mapper device-mapper-multipath
   Execute: rpm -qa | grep multipath

2. Execute the following command to generate the configuration file

   Execute: mpathconf --enable

3. Restart multipathd service

   Execute: service multipathd restart

4. multipathd remove invalid device name 'foo'

   Execute: multipathd remove map foo

5. check whether the return value is 'ok' or 'fail'

Expected Results

  1. multipathd responds with 'fail' for invalid device name.