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Device ID's exact path

C_V
Frequent Advisor

Device ID's exact path

Hey guys how do you determine the exact path of a device id in a server.
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C_V
Frequent Advisor

Re: Device ID's exact path

Here is what i want to determine its hardware path:

vmunix: fclp driver at 0/2/0/0/0/0/4/0/0/0 (/dev/fclp0) : has lost a device with id 0x10400, PWWN 0x500110a0008d04b0. ()
Jeeshan
Honored Contributor

Re: Device ID's exact path

#ioscan -fnC fclp
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C_V
Frequent Advisor

Re: Device ID's exact path

Thanks for the reply but that wont help, that will only show the fc where the device is connected what i want to determine is the exact hardware path of the device im trying to locate because there are a lot of device connected to that fc.
Jeeshan
Honored Contributor

Re: Device ID's exact path

>>i want to determine is the exact hardware path of the device im trying to locate because there are a lot of device connected to that fc.

exact hardware path of what? which is connected of that FC?

lot of device connected to fc!! what are connected to that fc? SAN disk?


are you looking for WWN number?
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TTr
Honored Contributor

Re: Device ID's exact path

> ...has lost a device with id 0x10400

Most likely is the disk with 0x10400 as its minor number. Look in your /dev/dsk listing to find it.
Taifur
Respected Contributor

Re: Device ID's exact path

Hi CV

run ioscan , then you can see the exact device pacth or io address

#ioscan (for all device which are installed in your server)
#ioscan -funC disk

For more check man page

#man ioscan

Rgds//
Taifur