[root@lala log]# cat /proc/scsi/dpt_i2o/0
Vendor: DPT Model: 2100S Rev: 320P, scsi 0:
DPT I2O Driver Version: 1.14/1.14:
cmd_per_lun = 210, max_id = 15, max_lun = 7, max_channel = 0
sg_tablesize = 39, irq = 11, OutstandingMsgs = 0
maxfromiopmsgs = 64, maxtoiopmsgs = 210
Channel = 0, Target = 1, Lun = 0
[root@lala log]# cat /proc/scsi/scsi
Host: scsi0 Channel: 00 Id: 01 Lun: 00
Vendor: ADAPTEC Model: RAID-1 Rev: 320P
Type: Direct-Access ANSI SCSI revision: 02
If I want to see each device separately I have to go to the controller's
software by pressing ctrl-a at boot time.
Juan Pablo Abuyeres
On Mon, 14 May 2001, Josh Logan wrote:
> What makes you think /dev/sda is the raid? For me cat /proc/scsi/scsi
> lists all 4 drives which, to me, implies that it is raw.
> fdisk could not partition the raid by default. I needed to use sfdisk the
> first time. After that fdisk worked fine.
> If I have both modules loaded I can mount /dev/i2o/hd/dics0/part1 but not
> /dev/sda1 (no filesystem).
> I was hoping i2o_scsi would make it appear as a "normal" scsi device, but
> I don't think that is happening with the current driver.
> If you are having a different scsi setup I would be interested in trying
> to set my system up the same way. Thanks!
> Later, JOSH
> On Mon, 14 May 2001, Juan Pablo Abuyeres wrote:
> > > > Then When I tried to fdisk /dev/sda (/dev/sda is a RAID1 of two
> > > > Quantum disks) syslog shows this:
> > >
> > > is /dev/sda the raid or the disks raw ?
> > /dev/sda is the RAID1
> > > > So, I don't know if I'm doing something wrong or what, but I haven't been
> > > > able to get it working on 2.4.4 yet... please help.
> > >
> > > Ok I need to put mroe disks and newer firmware on my card when I have some
> > > time
> > my /dev/dsa is a RAID1 made of two quantum atlas 10K II 18.xGb.
> > Unfortunately I have to get this RAID running this week (maybe on
> > wednesday) and after that I won't be able to do tests... so.. maybe
> > I would have to use 2.2.19 instead of 2.4.4 :-(...
> > Juan Pablo Abuyeres
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