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Old 08-03-2007, 05:58 AM   #1
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Hi to All,

We have just installed Dell EMC Cx300 on RHEL-5 having kernel 2.6 series.we have connected RHEL servers to EMC storage with Fibre cables.EMC is configured with LUN which will be used for Windows servers and RHEL servers.Windows servers have detected SAN storage and working very well.But as I have never worked on EMC Storage with RHEL, so i donot know how to install and configure the drivers and to link with SAN storage.

When i run lspci command, i can see HBA drivers installed (may be ,it is installed be-default)i donot have screen shot right now, but post it later.

Can anybdy help me hoe to proceed with this ,which commands and files to used.IN DETAIL.

I have been using Dell PE 2950 servers

All kind of help will be appreciated.

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