Re: Fidre channel array
Thank for that.
I got the following.
server1:/tmp# dmesg | grep -i sd
server1:/tmp# dmesg | grep -i scsi
server1:/tmp# ls -l /dev/disk/by-path
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 9 2008-11-08 07:33 pci-0000:00:0f.1-ide-0:0 ->
Now I have been doing a little more research into this. It seems I have
the Tachyon HPFC-5000 PCI card.
Current information tells me that support for this card stopped after
either kernel 2.4 or 2.2
Looks like I may have to roll my entire install back to a really old
version of deb or simply install RHEL5 or earlier. Something I wasn't
planning on, especially since the latest version of deb seems to be the
only linux distro that installs and runs properly on my old compaq
servers. On that basis I moved all my servers to deb (from windowz or FC).
This is the only server with Fibre. I am currently exploring the
possibility of changing the card. The arrays attached to the cards are old
series 4100 boxes.
If anyone has any comments or thoughts I would love to here them.
From: "Douglas A. Tutty" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, 6 Dec 2008 08:57:34 -0500
Subject: Re: Fidre channel array
> On Sat, Dec 06, 2008 at 08:33:27PM +1300, Fred Zinsli wrote:
> > Hello everyone
> > I am a real newby to linux, not just debian.
> > I have an old compaq 6500 with 2 fibre channel arrays insalled.
> > I have installed deb 4.0R5 on the server.
> > When I do a lspci the 2 adapters appear on the list of devices.
> > The adapters already have disk arrays attached.
> > What I am wanting to know is how do I use/access/setup these devices
> > that I can access/use the disk arrays attached to the devices.
> The adapter should present the disk arrays as virtual drives to the OS.
> They should just appear in dmesg as if they are scsi drives of whatever
> size. do:
> $ dmesg | grep -i sd
> $ dmesg | grep -i scsi
> $ ls -l /dev/disk/by-path
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