How to get number of attached hard disks in HP-UX


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How to get number of attached hard disks in HP-UX

how do i get the number of attached hard disks in HP-UX
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You don't state HP-UX version or whether you are familiar with "sam" or "samx", so please do check the manual first:

General answer for root user:

Code:
ioscan -fnCdisk

Then eliminate any non-disk devices such as DVD-ROM and any disk devices not marked as "CLAIMED".
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