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Old 10-02-2003, 08:25 AM   #1
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Need Help adding a Fibre Channel Array

I am attempting to add a Fibre Channel Disk Array to a linux box. I am an absolute newbie with Linux, and cannot figure out what device files are associated with the array. I inserted the fibre channel array and booted the computer. The kernel messages scrolling up the screen indicated that it found new hardware and that it found a driver suitable for the array. When I enter the /dev directory there are a million files (including a ton of sd*) and I am unsure which correspond to the fibre channel array. Is there some way to find out which device files are associated with the new disk array? Please Help...


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