Devices.vscsi.disk ?

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Devices.vscsi.disk ?

When I assigned CDROM from IVM (VIOS) to LPAR and then running cfgmgr i get the following message on the client lpar


cfgmgr: 0514-621 WARNING: The following device packages are required for device support but are not currently installed.

searching AIX 5.3 CDROM, I couldn't find devices.vscsi.disk

anyone faced similar problem ?
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