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HBA on LINUX Red Hat U4 AS

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Antonio_137
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HBA on LINUX Red Hat U4 AS

Hello there,
I have a customer running Red Hat Linux U4 AS on a Proliant DL360 G5 and connected to an EVA8000 via an Emulex LP10000 HBA,how can I see,on the Linux operative system,the driver and firmware version of the HBA...??
Thanks.
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Matti_Kurkela
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Re: HBA on LINUX Red Hat U4 AS

Each SCSI storage device, including the FC HBAs, will have its own sub-directory at /sys/class/scsi_host, named like "host*".

For Emulex HBAs, this directory will contain a lot of information about the state of the HBA. For example, the firmware revision of HBA 0 can be viewed with:

cat /sys/class/scsi_host/host0/fwrev

To identify the driver version, run:
modinfo lpfc | grep version

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Antonio_137
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Re: HBA on LINUX Red Hat U4 AS

Thank you very much.
Regards