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invista
Occasional Contributor

xpinfo information

I am working on a HP Unix host connected to HP XP10k ,when i run xpinfo on host i get following information :
Device File : /dev/rdsk/c6t0d0 Model : XP10000
Port : CL6A Serial # : 000xxxx
Host Target : 00 Code Rev : 5001
Array LUN : 00 Subsystem : 0007
CU:LDev : 03:2c CT Group : ---
Type : OPEN-V CA Volume : SMPL
Size : 205 MB BC0 (MU#0) : SMPL
ALPA : 90 BC1 (MU#1) : SMPL
Loop Id : 32 BC2 (MU#2) : SMPL
SCSI Id : ---
RAID Level : RAID5 RAID Type : ---
RAID Group : 1-10 ACP Pair : 1
Disk Mechs : HDD0009 HDD0109 HDD0209 HDD0309
FC-LUN : 00011aa5000003xx Port WWN : 50060e80141axxxx
HBA Node WWN: --- HBA Port WWN: ---
Vol Group : --- Vol Manager : ---
Mount Points: ---
DMP Paths : ---
CLPR : ---





Device File : /dev/rdsk/c34t0d0 Model : XP10000
Port : CL5A Serial # : 000xxxx
Host Target : 00 Code Rev : 5001
Array LUN : 00 Subsystem : 0007
CU:LDev : 03:2c CT Group : ---
Type : OPEN-V CA Volume : SMPL
Size : 205 MB BC0 (MU#0) : SMPL
ALPA : ae BC1 (MU#1) : SMPL
Loop Id : 22 BC2 (MU#2) : SMPL
SCSI Id : ---
RAID Level : RAID5 RAID Type : ---
RAID Group : 1-10 ACP Pair : 1
Disk Mechs : HDD0009 HDD0109 HDD0209 HDD0309
FC-LUN : 00011aa5000003xx Port WWN : 50060e80141axxxx
HBA Node WWN: --- HBA Port WWN: ---
Vol Group : --- Vol Manager : ---
Mount Points: ---
DMP Paths : ---
CLPR : ---

Can anyone please tell me the what "Host Target "and how is the c0t0d0 number defined ?

Thanks in advance
1 REPLY
Shibin_2
Honored Contributor

Re: xpinfo information

Found this question, when I was looking for something else.

Interested, nobody answered. I think, you could have posted it in HP-UX section.

Btw, I think, you are knowing what is c, t and d. Here, c stands for your controller from the system to storage, t is the target at Storage and the d is your device located at storage.

Here Host Target : 00 (It's actually chip port at Storage, which is target for UNIX host), which is in Hexadecimal format. It's equivalent in decimal is 0.
Regards
Shibin