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tc4100 With NetRaid adapter - Define 2nd logical disk in SCO UNIX

 
Mic7
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tc4100 With NetRaid adapter - Define 2nd logical disk in SCO UNIX

We are upgrading a TC4100 HP server from SCO openserver 5.04 to openserver 5.07. There are 4 physical disks attached to the net raid adapter that are mirrored pairs, creating 2 logical drives. I am able to load the 5.07 onto the first logical drive, but cannot get Unix to recognize the 2 logical drive. When I attempt to define the 2nd logical drive (by using LUN 1), it finds the first logical drive. The 1st logical drive is defined as ha=0, id=0, lun=0, bus=1, I try to defined the 2nd logical drive as ha=0, id=0, lun=1, bus=1 but this ends up pointing back to the first logical drive. Am I addressing the logical drive incorrectly?
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Mic7
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Re: tc4100 With NetRaid adapter - Define 2nd logical disk in SCO UNIX

SCO doc showed to set the LUN to the next number (logical disk 1 = lun0, ld2 lun1, etc.). Finally located doc on the amird driver stating that the target ID should be increased for each logical disk (ld1 = target id 0, ld2 = target id 1, etc.). This resovled the issue. SCO open server 5.07.