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How do I refresh a Linux SCSI bus?



I would like to know if there is a way to refresh the SCSI bus under
Linux.

I know that on a Win95 box, if you plug an un-powered SCSI device into
the external SCSI port, power up the device, and refresh the system
from the Device Manager the system find new SCSI devices. I have done
this with my JAZ drive many, many times. All of the SCSI cards we use
are auto terminating, but I have yet to find a way to do this under
Linux.

I refuse to believe that there is something that a Microslash product
can do that Linux can't.

Thanks

Timm Gleason
Hardware Engineer
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