Re: How to find out drive path - Help
- From: Dan Track <dan.track@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2009 15:55:36 +0100
On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 2:45 PM, Tait Clarridge <tait@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Only problem is I haven't done anything to the partitions on the array
yet. The mount paths are the partition setups I have done for the
local disks on the server. I need to know how to reach the partition
on the array. Incidentally the array is still building the volume but
it does say that since it is doing it online the partition is
available but I can't see on bootup. Any thoughts?
Hi Anyone have any thoughts on this?
How are you connecting the array to the server? I have no experience
with HP products. It is showing scsi0 and scsi1 when you connect it.
Can you run: fdisk -l
and post it here?
I just found out the issue that I hadn't mapped the volume to the host
LUn. I've done that now! The disk array is connected to the dl380 g6,
is there a way for the OS to pick up the new volume while booted up? I
know you can't run kudzu now so how is it going to become aware of the
change? Do i have to reboot?
Thanks for your help
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