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get WWN (world wide LUN name) for disk in Asianix (like redhat)

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rubia
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get WWN (world wide LUN name) for disk in Asianix (like redhat)

what's the command to get WWN (world wide LUN name) for disk in Asianix (like redhat)?

 

about 10 disks are presented to a host,

but only 8 disks used.

now the other 2 disks need to be removed , to present to another host.

 

so, now , to find out which are the 2 disks unused,  must find out the WWN (world wide LUN name) ?

 

 

P.S. this thread has been moved from Storage Area Networks (SAN) (Enterprise) to Linux > sysadmin - HP Forums Moderator

 

 

 

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Johan Guldmyr
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Re: get WWN (world wide LUN name) for disk in Asianix (like redhat)

Check out "multipath -ll" 

rubia
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Re: get WWN (world wide LUN name) for disk in Asianix (like redhat)

it works. thank you.