Well this list is just as helpful as I remember it a few years ago.
The solution to the problem - which most of you identified - was the
/kernel/dvr/sd.conf file. This file seems to be used by the OS to identify
target/LUN pairs for attached devices. By default this file contains
entries with LUN=0. Upon inserting new entries with LUN=1-8, then rebooting
with "reboot -- -r", all the new devices showed up.
Does anyone know the history of this file?? Why does it match target/LUN
pairs, but seems to have no reference to controllers? This seems a bit
strange to me.
Many thanks to all those who responded, _some_ of which are listed below.
Keshavjee, Karim K.M.
Salicrup , Jose
Kruse, Jason K.
Original post follows -
> "Hearn, Stephen R" wrote:
> > Greetings all,
> > I have an E450 which refuses to see some EMC LUNs which have been
> > to it. I have tried the "touch /reconfigure" and "reboot -- -r" options
> > however the new devices fail to appear. "drvconfig" makes no changes
> > /devices, so my guess is that the box is simply not recognising that
> > LUNs have been allocated to it.
> > I should point out that there is already one LUN allocated (via the same
> > SCSI channel) to this host and the host sees it just fine.
> > Now I have not worked on Sun for quite awhile, so I might be missing
> > something simple, or is there an EMC trick??
> > tia
> > steve
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