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how to see those SCSI adapter in the host ,which command i can use?

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Rambo_1
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how to see those SCSI adapter in the host ,which command i can use?

how to see those SCSI adapter in the host ,which command i can use?

Thanks
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Ninad_1
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Re: how to see those SCSI adapter in the host ,which command i can use?

Please specify which version of OS you are working on .
you can use the command
#hwmgr view hierarchy
to view all the adapters and devices attached to them. or you can use
#hwmgr view devices


Ninad
Dave Bechtold
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Re: how to see those SCSI adapter in the host ,which command i can use?

Hi Rambo,

The best command to see the system hardware in a nice layout which shows relationships of bus -> adapter/controller -> device is the command...

# hwmgr -view hier

For SCSI controller and associated devices look for scsi0, scsi1, etc.... Also, if you then review the /var/adm/messages file you can many times determine the exact controller model/vendor chipset.

Hope that helps.

Dave Bechtold
Mohamed K Ahmed
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Re: how to see those SCSI adapter in the host ,which command i can use?

for versions 5.x hwmgr -view hier or hwmgr -view dev will do it
You can also see the devices by using the following commands which they work for V 5.x or V 4.x
# scu scan edt all
# scu show edt all

HTH
Mohamed