We can get a list of HBA ports using the luxadm command. After physically installing both these HBAs what do I ned to do within Solaris 10 to enable them and configure them with persistent bindings. Find all posts by gwhelan. The initiator initiates the connection over the fiber channel to the storage system. Using the prtdiag command In case if the prtpicl command also doee not work, use the prtdiag command to identify the HBA cards. Hi Pupp, Thanks for your reply.
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How to identify the HBA cards/ports and WWN in Solaris
View Public Profile for pupp. Not a Forum Member? WWN stands for the world wide name. All Linux Man Pages. We can also get a list LUNs coming from a specific storage port i.
So this is working. Thanks for your help so far.
How to identify the HBA cards/ports and WWN in Solaris – The Geek Diary
All times are GMT Before we start with the commands let us get acquainted with some of the storage related terms. Hi Pupp, Thanks for your reply. View Public Profile for gwhelan. Target servers the requests from the initiators for the data. Netapp filer details – command?
In this post I will try to explain some of the concepts and useful commands related to identifying HBA cards, WWN numbers and fiber channel paths. Using the prtdiag command In case if the prtpicl command also doee not work, use the prtdiag command to identify the HBA cards. After physically fmulex both these HBAs what do I ned wolaris do within Solaris 10 to enable them and configure them with persistent bindings.
Installing an Emulex adapter and driver on a Solaris host
Also how do I configure multipathing? Find all posts by pupp. Below is what it sees. Please let me know. Netapp filer LUN Resize.
Emulex drivers solaris 10 eol
You don’t have solarie to access How to mount a NetApp snapshoot to a Solaris server? Each listing in the above output is a HBA port. So if native non oracle Emulex driver is in use then the luxadm command will not work. They can only use the emulex driver.
I will have a look through this document to see if it helps. In that case use the below soolaris. When I run the lputil utility it returns nothing. My system does see the devices. The fcinfo command may not work in Solaris 8 and 9. In that case use the fcinfo command. Do I need to install that ‘lputil’ application in order to configure persistent bindings?
The syntax for the same is:. Target is typically the storage system itself. Initiator is typically a server with HBA card installed.