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Oracle Swap space related issues, how to recognise the newly attached disk

hi!

i got a problem....

i got several disks in my diskarray. I attached new disk to allocate it to the swap space.

The problem is : how to recognise the newly attached disk?

I've one more requirement -- i want to run dns service on another port number.how can i do that ?

==Thanks in advance==
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You can use
Code:
echo|format

command to see list of attached hard drives.
But make sure you have run
Code:
devfsadm

command to rescan newly attached hardware.
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As for the DNS question:

The bind manual lists this:
Quote:
listen-on
-> listen-on [ port ip_port ] { address_match_list };
listen-on defines the port and IP address(es) on which BIND will listen for incoming queries. The default is port 53 on all server interfaces. Multiple listen-on statements are allowed. This statement may only be used in a global options clause.
I'd imagine that you would add this to your named.conf file and restart.
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