Description of problem:
During system startup in rc.sysinit multipath devices are loaded. This only
works if /usr is not mounted on a seperate partition. The following instruction
is executed: /sbin/multipath -v 0. Unfortunately /sbin/multipath is linked
dynamically and therefore the execution failed with libsysfs.so.1 missing
because this library is located in /usr/lib!
In my opinion there are two possible solutions to solve this bug:
1.) locate libsysfs.so.1 in /lib
2.) use /bin/multipath.static instead of /sbin/multipath in rc.sysinit.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Setup a host and mount /usr to a seperate partition
/usr mounted on seperate partition setup of multipath devices fails
/usr located in the root filesystem setup of multipath devices works as expected
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 168321 ***