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Some of the storage shows up with the correct name, however some of the LUNs show up prefaced with snap-xxxxxxxx-(the real name of the storage)
That looks like the SAN volume name, are you using Netapp as your SAN?
BTW LVM.EnableResignature is set to 0 and I assume, I would leave it set this way for the rescan.
Sometimes I hate programmers, they are being lazy and inconsistent. 1 and 0 are yes and no, think of if that way. so the question is:
LVM.EnableResignature? 0 - NO , 1 - YES.
It's hard, my favorite is 'Are you sure you don't want to do this?" ...uh.. yeah I am sure , wait, no I do! Oh forget it!
They really need to ASK the same question each time: LVM.Resignature 1 - YES , 0 NO. That's how it SHOULD look.
But programmers don't actually do the work themselves, they just expect you to figure out their logic, which is hard, since they don't think.. logically...
Look around some more but you may want to mask the LUNs from the host and do a rescan and then present them back to the host and rescan again.
Take a look at this post. I don't think that the resig. is what you want to do here
Unfortunately (fortunately?) the other host failed (still have not figured out why...that's next ). The other fella I work with, who is way smarter than I ever will be, ssh'd in and renamed the datastores. When we restarted the second host both could see all LUNs. I am still not sure how that all worked but it is working! Thanks for your input!