The only exception to this maintained aggro is that it is a common strategy for Warlocks who are Enslaving Olm's Wild Fel Stalkers to place them on Krosh to have them disposed of.
The mage (and the entire raid for that matter) should be running a threat meter (Omen) and you'll find that it doesn't take that much dps to maintain aggro even with dps-impaired gear.
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It is also possible to just have a tree druid attack Kiggler long enough to build a bit of threat and then go to tree form to avoid the poly and heal tank him.
A good bit of hot spamming to keep himself up and some hots on other people with salvation canceled is usually more than enough to hold aggro on him.
Olm will place a stacking debuff on the Wild Fel Stalker that must be removed by the pet, which is an ability that is not auto cast but on a short cooldown. The Summoner can be tanked with 2 Felhounds or 1 Felhound and a tank.
Additional Felhounds must be Banished or enslaved by remaining warlocks. A good way to dispose of an excess felhound is to put it on Krosh and then taunt, this will pull aggro from Krosh where Krosh will quickly dispatch the felhounds with a couple of Greater Fireballs and his blast wave Ao E.
This saves the tanking mage from a couple of hits too.
If two tanks are available to tank Olm, having them tank is also viable.
A warlock is still need to Fear and/or Banish the Felhounds.
The benefit of this strategy is that it is a bit less chaotic and not prone to spell resists that can happen with a warlock tanking Olm.
With 5 points in the Arcane Focus talent you would need just 6% spell hit (75 rating) from gear.