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Old 10-15-2002, 10:04 AM   #1
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Fiber Channel card & NAS

Have a IBM Qlogic 2200 Fiber card on an IBM x330 1U Running RH 7.3 The FC Card keeps conflicting with an IBM servraid card.
The goal is to connect to a IBM FastT storage Server! How does linux see the new partitions?
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For starters, if u have your FastT assign luns to your server via the QLogic FC card, you should see the devices as SCSI storage via Qlogic FC card. Check "cat /proc/scsi/scsi", should see something there. If FastT has control, which i believe it does, you should see one IBM FastT device, and the multiple luns behind it.

Is the IBM ServRaid card part of the FastT, or something internal to your server?



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