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UUID of a disk

Shibin_2
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UUID of a disk

How to find UUID of a disk in UNIX? I know how to find it in Linux.

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from Disk to HP-UX > sysadmin. -HP Forum Moderator

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Shibin
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Torsten.
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Re: UUID of a disk

I assume you try to find a certain LUN, right?

HP-UX?
What kind of array?


Hope this helps!
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Bhavnish Kamboj (BK)
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Re: UUID of a disk

Hi Shibin,

Use "diskinfo" command to see the UUID of a disk.
Bhavnish Kamboj (BK)
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Re: UUID of a disk

Hi Shibin,

Did the above command helped you?
Shibin_2
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Re: UUID of a disk

This is XP array.

I have tried diskinfo, but that is not helpful. If I use, xpinfo utility, can get cu:ldev , which is, I believe, is UUID.

What's your suggestions ?
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Shibin_2
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Re: UUID of a disk

@ Torsten .. Yes, I am trying it from HP-UX ( any version acceptable ).
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Torsten.
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Re: UUID of a disk

Ask HP for xpinfo, this is what you need.

Hope this helps!
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Shibin_2
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Re: UUID of a disk

I already have xpinfo. And I think, cu:ldev part is UUID.

Is there any other way to find it out?
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Shibin