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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Hard drives Post 46312 by franruiz on Tuesday 13th of January 2004 12:20:28 PM
Question Hard drives

Will some one tell me what this means.
"warning: ida 0 <slot 6> : command timed out on dev 1/42 blk 4824290 logical unit=0 blocks=5512102, size 2, cmd=0x20."

I'm running SCO 505 on a proliant 1600r.

Thnank you in advance.
 
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array-info(1)															     array-info(1)

NAME
array-info - check the status of a HP (Compaq) SmartArray controller SYNOPSIS
array-info -d array_device_path [-a|-l|-A|-c|-s|-L|-h] DESCRIPTION
Array-info is a command line tool to retrieve informations and logical drives status from several RAID controllers (currently HP Compaq IDA and CISS and MD). It displays informations about the firmware version, Rom revision, number of physical and logical drives on the con- troller, aswell as the fault tolerance, size, number of physical disks and status for each logical drive. OPTIONS
--device | -d Path to array device, e.g. /dev/ida/c0d0 or /dev/cciss/c0d1 --all-drives | -a Show informations about all drives --logical drive | -l Show informations about selected logical drive --show-ctrl | -c Show informations about controller --show-logical | -L Show informations about logical drives --show-physical | -p Show physical device informations --show-status | -s Show status of logical drives --show-all | -A Show all informations --version | -V Show version -h Show help about options COPYRIGHT
This manual page was written by Raphael Pinson <<raphink@ubuntu.com>>. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this docu- ment under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. 2006-12-15 array-info(1)

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