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paabhi
Frequent Advisor

inq utility

Hi All,

Please could anyone tell me is there any option with the inq utulity for finding persistent disk names.

Abhilash
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Hakki Aydin Ucar
Honored Contributor

Re: inq utility

You mean with inq
Inquiry utility for Disk Analyze ??

Which HP-UX version do you use ?
I ve never used OR seen "inq" in HP-UX ? may be others help you more..
paabhi
Frequent Advisor

Re: inq utility

Yes....I mean that inq utility for hp-ux ...the version of hp-ux we are using is 11.31.
I am getting the dsk path in the inq o/p.I have a perl script to be modified for V3.So i need to get the disk names .

/opt/admin/bin/inq -sym_wwn
Inquiry utility, Version V7.3-653 (Rev 3.0) (SIL Version V6.0.3.0 (Edit Level 653)
Copyright (C) by EMC Corporation, all rights reserved.
For help type inq -h.

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Symmetrix Device Symm Serial # Device # WWN
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/dev/rdsk/c5t0d1 000290103691 237A 60060480000290103691533032333741
/dev/rdsk/c5t1d4 000290103691 1C29 60060480000290103691533031433239
/dev/rdsk/c5t1d5 000290103691 1C2A 60060480000290103691533031433241
/dev/rdsk/c5t1d6 000290103691 1C2B 60060480000290103691533031433242
/dev/rdsk/c5t1d7 000290103691 0B2F 60060480000290103691533030423246
/dev/rdsk/c5t2d0 000290103691 0DA2 60060480000290103691533030444132
/dev/rdsk/c5t2d1 000290103691 0DB5 60060480000290103691533030444235
/dev/rdsk/c5t2d2 000290103691 0DC5 60060480000290103691533030444335
/dev/rdsk/c5t2d3 000290103691 0DC6 60060480000290103691533030444336
/dev/rdsk/c5t2d4 000290103691 0DCA 60060480000290103691533030444341
Turgay Cavdar
Honored Contributor

Re: inq utility

Hi,
I have an inq version V7.3-852 and it shows the persistent names.

# inq.HPUXIA64 | grep disk
/dev/rdisk/disk19_p1 :HP 146 G:ST3146854LC :HPC3 :3KN35VVW : 143374744
/dev/rdisk/disk19_p2 :HP 146 G:ST3146854LC :HPC3 :3KN35VVW : 143374744

You should download new version from powerlink.
ani007
Super Advisor

Re: inq utility

#inq -nodots -clar_wwn. This will show you the lun id in hexadecimal
Shibin_2
Honored Contributor

Re: inq utility

I think, better you can user ioscan command.

#ioscan -m dsf

It shows both Persistent as well as Legacy
Regards
Shibin
ani007
Super Advisor

Re: inq utility

Hi paabhi,
Please don't forget to assign points.
Regards,
Ani
Hakki Aydin Ucar
Honored Contributor

Re: inq utility

I think the address you need:
(https://powerlink.emc.com)

Hakki Aydin Ucar
Honored Contributor

Re: inq utility

the last version of inq is :
V7.3-1059 now.

Address to get it:
ftp://ftp.emc.com/pub/symm3000/inquiry/v7.1.2.0/

even though it says 7.1.2 it is 7.3-1059 .

# ./inq.hpux64 ? |grep -i vers
Inquiry utility, Version V7.3-1059 (Rev 2.0) (SIL Version V7.1.2.0 (Edit Level 1059)

other link has no inq anymore OR need somehow privileged user maybe ?
S. Ney
Trusted Contributor

Re: inq utility

you could also do ioscan -m lun with 11.31
disk 76 64000/0xfa00/0x30 esdisk CLAIMED DEVICE online HP OPEN-V
0/3/1/0/4/0.0x50060e8005b21a06.0x4014000000000000
0/3/1/0/4/1.0x50060e8005b21a16.0x4014000000000000
0/7/1/0/4/0.0x50060e8005b21a02.0x4014000000000000
0/7/1/0/4/1.0x50060e8005b21a12.0x4014000000000000
/dev/disk/disk76 /dev/rdisk/disk76