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In the vio server when I do # lsattr -El hdisk*, I get a PVID. The same PVID is also seen when I put the lspv command on the vio client partition. This way Im able to confirm the lun using the PVID.
Similarly how does the vio client partition gets the virtual ethernet scsi client adapter... (1 Reply)
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I need to rediracte all the names of the devices (only disks) to a file.
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I am trying to learn Unix based in Linux...
In Linux, in /Dev are files related to cards, mouse, etc..
how about Unix?
What is the difference between /Dev and /Devices?
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I am having trouble understanding the difference between a passthrough device and a named device and when you would use one or the other to access equipment.
As an example, we have a tape library and giving the command
"camcontrol devlist" gives the following output:
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Discussion started by: thumper
what does this mean?
here is what i know..
it checks if the specified argument no($devid) in some function call is made into a block device and then proceeds with the execution of the loop.
However am not understand what lofi@0:means?
also is there... (3 Replies)
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I have added a sun storage array from a faiulty server onto a new server and copied the md.conf files etc. I can now access the /dev/md/dsk file systems, but I want to delete some metadevices that do not exist (it still thinks the 0 and 1 (root /var /export) disk are mirrored. How do I do this? (8 Replies)
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I am trying to get a flash card reader to work with my machine. My question is, are all of my USB ports screwed up? Do I need to buy a seperate USB controller? I does not appear that the onboard USB ports work.
In trying to get it to work, I typed cat /proc/scsi/scsi and got this:
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I am trying to determine the access to unix devices. I found the follow access description which I have been told is a symbolic link and is not the actual file. I was also told that all symbolic links will have rwxrwxrwx access.
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Is it possible to create the CDROM device file for a drive attached to the parallel port? I have a removable CDROM drive (gift - I'm trying not to return it, but may have to anyways) that attaches via parallel port. The only device that I can attach to that hardware address is /dev/c1t0d0_lp, a... (9 Replies)
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Im looking for a way to setup a lil' script that will read the output from a command and dump certain items from that into another file
for an example, im trying this
cat test | grep "statement" > test.answer
but its giving me the full line that it finds
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