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Finding WWN for HBAs in a Linux blade

 
JL Billman
Advisor

Finding WWN for HBAs in a Linux blade

We are replacing a ZBL860 blade and need to fidn a way to get the WWN for the HBAs in the new blade. Blades are running RedHat 4.x. Is there a utility to look at the HBAs and give me the World Wide Names associated with them?
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Terri Harris
Honored Contributor

Re: Finding WWN for HBAs in a Linux blade

Steven Clementi
Honored Contributor

Re: Finding WWN for HBAs in a Linux blade

The WWID is printed on the mezz card itself.

The WWID can be found using the respective HBA utility.

The WWID can be found using the name server on your SAN Switches.

The WWID should be able to be found out using the Onboard Administrator.


Steven
Steven Clementi
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JKytsi
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Re: Finding WWN for HBAs in a Linux blade

also from OS

less /proc/scsi/qla24xx/0 and 1
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