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High Availability SCSI Disk Array

iranzo
Frequent Advisor

High Availability SCSI Disk Array

Hello,

On HPux 9000/D270
with High Availability SCSI Disk Array
model 10 ( 10x4Go )
After change one disk on array
the LED service (amber) stays on .
How can i see state of disk array ?
Where can i find Grid Manager Main Menu ?

Thank's.
Bonjour
2 REPLIES
Jon Mattatall
Esteemed Contributor

Re: High Availability SCSI Disk Array

We've retired all our D-class and the one lonely Model 10, but...

For Grid Manager, you'll have to connect to the console ports on the back of the array (there's one for SPA and one for SPB - either will do). I don't have the pinout close to hand. This would be where you'd configure the array.


To simply see the state of the array, you should be able to use cstm from the console(or, I suppose, xstm).

# cstm
cstm> map -This will list the components of your system, look for the array. The first column is a Device Number. That's what you want.

cstm> sel dev 18 (or whatever the correct number may be)

cstm> info

cstm> il (infolog)

that will show you the state of the array. The disks should show Rdy or Ena, depending on how you have assigned the LUNs.
A little knowledge is dangerous - none is absolutely terrifying!!!
Jon Mattatall
Esteemed Contributor

Re: High Availability SCSI Disk Array

And if you get lost in Grid Manager, ^ takes you to the Main menu.
A little knowledge is dangerous - none is absolutely terrifying!!!