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how to list device connected on pci cards

 
rkjha_hcl
Occasional Contributor

how to list device connected on pci cards

Hi,

I have a DL380G6 server with RHEL 5.3 x86. Connected with a 1/8 autoloader through P212/ZM array controller. I have installed DP exp on it but after device scann its not detecting my autoloader, So how to check devices connected on pci ports in linux.

Raj
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Johan Guldmyr
Honored Contributor

Re: how to list device connected on pci cards

Hi!

lspci

should do the trick :)
Matti_Kurkela
Honored Contributor

Re: how to list device connected on pci cards

"lspci" will identify the cards on the PCI/PCI-X/PCIe slots, but to see "through" the card you'll need something else.

Despite the name, "lsscsi" should list all SCSI/SAS/SATA devices detected by the system It should even cover USB and Firewire storage devices, if you have them.

Hmm... P212 is an entry-level SAS SmartArray controller. I haven't had a chance to set up a SAS-attached tape drive, but older SCSI SmartArrays had to be specifically told to accept pass-through connection to non-disk devices.

The command for that used to be:

echo "engage scsi" >/proc/driver/cciss/cciss[0-9]*

Perhaps something similar is required?

MK
MK
Johan Guldmyr
Honored Contributor

Re: how to list device connected on pci cards

Is it the G1 or G2 autoloader?

Is it supposed to work with the P212?

A lot of times the tape drives want a non raid card like a SC08ge or 11 or whatever they are called.

This is from the G2 quickspecs:

NOTE: The 1/8 G2 Tape Autoloader requires an HBA with multiple LUN support and should not be used with RAID or Array controllers.
rkjha_hcl
Occasional Contributor

Re: how to list device connected on pci cards

Hi Guyes, thanks for suggestion .
its worked with "lsmod" and "dmesg" command.
Problem was with array ctrl driver. Issue resolved now.

Regards,