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So can a disk failure on an internal Storagetek HBA array be monitored/reported from Solaris 11?
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Not without the proper software... Which is downloadable here:

Downloads for Sun StorageTek* SAS RAID HBA, Internal

But there is no update for Solaris 11. I would try the Solaris 10 packages in Solaris 11 and see if it works...

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Seems like Solaris-11 is not compatible/supported for this software. I have installed as per your downloadable link, but it is generating dump. If this is so, I need not go back and remove both SAS cables and plug them on MB "somewhere" and that will bypass RAID controller.

Code:
root@predb-dev2:/# /opt/StorMan/arcconf
  | UCLI |  Sun uniform command line interface
  | UCLI |  Version 6.40 (B17557)
  | UCLI |  (C) Adaptec 2003-2009
  | UCLI |  All Rights Reserved
 COPYBACK      | toggles controller copy back mode
 CREATE        | creates a logical device
 DATASCRUB     | toggles the controller background consistency check mode
 DELETE        | deletes one or more logical devices
 FAILOVER      | toggles the controller autotomatic failover mode
 GETCONFIG     | prints controller information
 GETLOGS       | gets controller log information
 GETSTATUS     | displays the status of running tasks
 GETVERSION    | prints version information for all controllers
 IDENTIFY      | blinks LEDS on device(s) connected to a controller
 KEY           | installs a Feature Key onto a controller
 MODIFY        | performs RAID Level Migration or Online Capacity Expansion
 RESCAN        | checks for new or removed drives
 ROMUPDATE     | updates controller firmware
 SETALARM      | controls the controller alarm, if present
 SETCONFIG     | restores the default configuration
 SETCACHE      | adjusts physical or logical device cache mode
 SETNAME       | renames a logical device given its logical device number
 SETPRIORITY   | changes specific or global task priority
 SETSTATE      | manually sets the state of a physical or logical device
 TASK          | performs a task such as build/verify on a physical or logical device
root@predb-dev2:/#
root@predb-dev2:/# /opt/StorMan/arcconf getconfig 1 PD
Bus Error (core dumped)
root@predb-dev2:/#

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Or install Solaris 10 on that server Linux

Btw. the onboard SAS connectors are between the PCI and memory slots, next to the power supplys.

Also, have you checked that the agent is running? I think it has to be enabled after installation:

Code:
# svcadm enable ADPTstor_agent

After that, check your last command again.

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No luck. I tried refreshing and restarting that. Still it is generating core dump.

Let me go inside DC and try to find those two slots, where I can plug in both cables.
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I am able to plug both cables to correct controller and install OS. So, I am back to, whatever I planned to do initially. But I had lot of learning on the way. Thanks a lot guys.

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