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I am building an Oracle 10g server with ASM on an HP Blade running OEL4.7. My data center established 3 LUNs on an IBM DS4000 SAN. The server discovered them an SCSI devices and assigned 8 SDx's per LUN. So now I have /dev/sda through /dev/sdx.
I believe that I have no issues with the HBA since the system has discovered the LUNs. From some reading I see that I need to load RDAC driver to deal with the multi-homed LUNs. But I have no idea where the RDAC driver comes from. IBM support web site and google have yielded no useful results.
Can someone enlighten me on how/where to obtain an RDAC driver for the DS4000 and how to install it?
Last edited by SteveInTallyFL; 02-24-2009 at 09:57 PM.