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HASS (High Availability Storage Systems)

Jose Luis
Advisor

HASS (High Availability Storage Systems)

Hi,
I am try to configure a D210 (HP9000) with a HASS (SCSI Storage Array), but I can't see the disks in the server (ioscan -fnCdisk).
I installed HPUX 11.0 with Software Bundle(QPK1100, B.11.00.54.7) and Hardware Bundle (XSWHWCR1100, B.11.00.54.6), moreover the target is fine.
what more can do I?
please help!!
Thank's in advance
PD:Sorry for my poor English
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6 REPLIES
huongbuixuan
Advisor

Re: HASS (High Availability Storage Systems)

Hi
You can check bus for your server.
If internal disk on bus 1 then HASS must in bus 0
and you can check SCSI-card address.
HBX
Viet Nam
Alexander M. Ermes
Honored Contributor

Re: HASS (High Availability Storage Systems)

Hi Jose.
Have you done an ioscan ?
Your disks should appear in the result and be claimed.
If they are not claimed, you should run the insf command ( check manpages prior to work ).
If possible try the stm ( support tool manager ). If you can run CDE, try xstm to find your problem ( if it is still there).
Rgds
Alexander M. Ermes
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harry d brown jr
Honored Contributor

Re: HASS (High Availability Storage Systems)

Jose,

Check the SCSI ID settings on the HASS rack! Each disk must have it's OWN SCSI ID. Make sure it's terminated also.

live free or die
harry
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Jose Luis
Advisor

Re: HASS (High Availability Storage Systems)

I have done an ioscan and only see the internal disk. I check the target and every disk have a diferent target in the HASS.

The cards SCSI (HP-PB 16 bits differential SCSI), have a special driver?. Maybe I must install someone?
Thanks
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harry d brown jr
Honored Contributor

Re: HASS (High Availability Storage Systems)

You should already have sdisk in the kernel, but what the hell, check it out.

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harry
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Sandip Ghosh
Honored Contributor

Re: HASS (High Availability Storage Systems)

Have you created the LUN on the HASS? If yes, then run insf -e on your system to create the device.

Sandip
Good Luck!!!