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HP C5447A

Boyd Waites
Occasional Contributor

HP C5447A

With an autoraid and using ioscan to show the disks I see several devices simply named C5447A. How can I find the actual model number of the disks within the array. I am trying to find the transfer rate, RPM etc for the disks themselves....

Thanks, Boyd.
6 REPLIES
A. Clay Stephenson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: HP C5447A

Hi:

do an arraydsp -i and note the ARRAY_ID's

then arraydsp -a ARRAY_ID
If it ain't broke, I can fix that.
Craig Rants
Honored Contributor

Re: HP C5447A

Boyd,
enter arraydsp -i and find the SN, then enter arraydsp -d SN and you should get much more detailed info on all your autoraid disks.

Good Luck,
C
"In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But, in practice, there is. " Jan L.A. van de Snepscheut
Sanjay_6
Honored Contributor

Re: HP C5447A

Hi Boyd,

you can use stm to get this info,

you can get stm from the onlineDiag packge on the support plus CD. Or you can download the same from this link,

http://www.software.hp.com/cgi-bin/swdepot_parser.cgi/cgi/displayProductInfo.pl?productNumber=B6191AAE


This are the steps involved once you install stm,

cstm
map
scl type all
info
infolog
done
exit


Hope this helps.

Regds
Michael Tully
Honored Contributor

Re: HP C5447A

Hi,

As the other guys have mentioned, use 'array -i' to get the serial number of the array. Use 'array -a serial_number' to get all of the information. Below is a sample of what to expect for the drive information.

HTH
-Michael

Information for disk in slot A1:
Disk State = INCLUDED
Vendor = SEAGATE
Product ID = ST39173WC
Capacity = 8683 MB *
Max. block addr = 17783111
Block length = 512
Serial number = 825700001835
Firmware revision = HP05
Drive ID number = FFFFFFFD AD6E82B
Volume set serial no. = 153AC 3
Anyone for a Mutiny ?
Craig Rants
Honored Contributor

Re: HP C5447A

Boyd,
Also, if you want to get fancy you can use arraymgr -d option to give your array an alias so you can skip the arraydsp -i part in the future. I have done it and it has allowed me to easily script my array checks on multiple servers.

Your alias will need to be capitalized, so it looks something like this:

ARUNIX001

Enjoy,
C
"In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But, in practice, there is. " Jan L.A. van de Snepscheut
Bill McNAMARA_1
Honored Contributor

Re: HP C5447A

The C5447A is the autoraid.
If you see it in the class of disk (as you should) - ioscan -fnkCdisk
it is your LUN.

The lun number depends on the H/W Path

ie

disk 10 sdisk 8/0.5.0 C5447A
disk 11 sdisk 8/0.5.1 C5447A
disk 12 sdisk 8/0.5.2 C5447A

The .5. is your controller
the .0, .1, .2 is lun 0, lun 1 and lun 2.

if you see it again:
disk 10 sdisk 8/4.4.0 C5447A
disk 11 sdisk 8/4.4.1 C5447A
disk 12 sdisk 8/4.4.2 C5447A

The .4. is your OTHER controller (either X or Y we don't know)
the .0, .1, .2 is lun 0, lun 1 and lun 2 seen through the other controller.

As mentioned use:
arraydsp -i
To see your autoraid sn.

arraydsp -a

to see all information.
See the man for more on the command.

You can also use sam. It's quite nice in graphical mode.

go to Disk and File Systems section. In Actions (after selecting the autoraid.) run the Maintenance command.

Later,
Bill


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