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Re: IBM eServer (xSeries) and HotSwap

> On Wednesday 24 November 2010 13:01:17 Michelle Konzack wrote:
> > Normaly I am using Servers "Sun Fire" but now I have a bunch of  eServer
> > (xSeries) and like to know, How I can HotSwap  the  SCA80  Drives  under
> > Debian.
> >
> > Any hints?

On 24.11.10 13:48, Jesús M. Navarro wrote:
> What do you mean? Those are SAS drives that come installed in their 
> hot-swappable bay.  You just need to extract the failed one, put the new one 
> into the bay and put it on again.
> What's exactly your problem?

I have eserver 342 with hot-swappable SCSI drives and I was unable to
re-detect them after inserting. This happened ~4 years ago, maybe it would
work now.

The OP problem may be the same. does kernel autodetect inserted drive and
connect it to the system so we can imediately use it?
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