I-o Data SCSI & RAID Devices Driver

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9
Please note, this document is obsolete for newer SLES versions.I-o Data SCSI & RAID Devices Driver
I-o data scsi & raid devices driver win 7For SLES10/11 please check the multipathing chapter in the Storage Admin Guide instead.
I-o Data SCSI & RAID Devices Driver

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The Linux installation has already been configured to use Device-Mapper Multipath I/O (DM-MPIO) per the article 'How to setup / use multipathing on SLES'.

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The Linux driver for the host base adapters (HBAs) on the system supports rescanning the HBA to detect the addition or deletion of storage areas ('SAN disks'). For example, a QLogic or Emulex HBA is being used.

The system has been booted with kernel parameters for SCSI device scanning that are appropriate for the SCSI device numbering plan being followed in the SAN and for the SCSI levels reported by the HBAs as discussed in TID 3955167 - Troubleshooting SCSI (LUN) scanning issues.

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I-o Data Scsi & Raid Devices Driver Win 7