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Is there a command in Linux to

 
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K.C. Chan
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Is there a command in Linux to

find out the model or type of scsi-drive in the system with out taking a physical look at the drive. Thanks.
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K.C. Chan
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Re: Is there a command in Linux to

please ignore this posting, I've figured it out. cdrecord --scanbus will list the type of disk, in my case it was an Atlas iv scsi disk which mean it's ultra wide 68 pin scsi.
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Charles Slivkoff
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Re: Is there a command in Linux to

cat /proc/scsi/scsi

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Mike Brown_3
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Re: Is there a command in Linux to

If you're still looking, try;
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/cm/QuestionAnswer/1,11866,0x1f92abe92dabd5118ff10090279cd0f9,00.html
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