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Old 11-18-2005, 06:52 AM   #1
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Adding an HP Storage Library to RH AS3 system


Hi,

I have attached a new HP StorageWorks library
housing 3 tapes on a Proliant D360 server running Rehat Linux AS3. After reboot I do not see any tape even scsi when executing "dmesg" or "lsmod". I have agot a script to scan the scsi but I could not use it (many error). I know that the drivers are included in AS3, I also know that if I re-installed the system I'll see the adapter and tapes but the system is used. How can I do to avoid Linux re-installation ?

In addition, I have checked an equivalent system and noticed that the /etc/modules.conf of that system has an additional line "alias scsi_hostadapter mptbase".
Do I need to add that line to my system and execute the command "modprobe scsi_hostadapter" ?
There is no "/etc/modprobe.conf" file on my system, may I need to create it with the content of that other system ?

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