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Old 06-22-2017, 03:23 AM   #1
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Device (disks) tree?

Is there a way to see a device tree to see which disks are where?

It's been so long and so many versions since I've been a real Solaris administrator and I really don't remember, plus it was a lot easier then...

I have a /dev/dsk directory like:

djohnsto@sunshine:~$ ls /dev/dsk
c1t0d0p0   c1t0d0s2   c2d0p4     c2d1p4     c3d0p4     c3d1p4     c4t0d0s0   c4t0d0s7   c5t0d0s13  c6t0d0p2   c6t0d0s4
c1t0d0p1   c1t0d0s3   c2d0s0     c2d1s0     c3d0s0     c3d1s0     c4t0d0s1   c4t0d0s8   c5t0d0s14  c6t0d0p3   c6t0d0s5
c1t0d0p2   c1t0d0s4   c2d0s1     c2d1s1     c3d0s1     c3d1s1     c4t0d0s10  c4t0d0s9   c5t0d0s15  c6t0d0p4   c6t0d0s6
c1t0d0p3   c1t0d0s5   c2d0s2     c2d1s2     c3d0s2     c3d1s2     c4t0d0s11  c5t0d0p0   c5t0d0s2   c6t0d0s0   c6t0d0s7
c1t0d0p4   c1t0d0s6   c2d0s3     c2d1s3     c3d0s3     c3d1s3     c4t0d0s12  c5t0d0p1   c5t0d0s3   c6t0d0s1   c6t0d0s8
c1t0d0s0   c1t0d0s7   c2d0s4     c2d1s4     c3d0s4     c3d1s4     c4t0d0s13  c5t0d0p2   c5t0d0s4   c6t0d0s10  c6t0d0s9
c1t0d0s1   c1t0d0s8   c2d0s5     c2d1s5     c3d0s5     c3d1s5     c4t0d0s14  c5t0d0p3   c5t0d0s5   c6t0d0s11
c1t0d0s10  c1t0d0s9   c2d0s6     c2d1s6     c3d0s6     c3d1s6     c4t0d0s15  c5t0d0p4   c5t0d0s6   c6t0d0s12
c1t0d0s11  c2d0       c2d1       c3d0       c3d1       c4t0d0p0   c4t0d0s2   c5t0d0s0   c5t0d0s7   c6t0d0s13
c1t0d0s12  c2d0p0     c2d1p0     c3d0p0     c3d1p0     c4t0d0p1   c4t0d0s3   c5t0d0s1   c5t0d0s8   c6t0d0s14
c1t0d0s13  c2d0p1     c2d1p1     c3d0p1     c3d1p1     c4t0d0p2   c4t0d0s4   c5t0d0s10  c5t0d0s9   c6t0d0s15
c1t0d0s14  c2d0p2     c2d1p2     c3d0p2     c3d1p2     c4t0d0p3   c4t0d0s5   c5t0d0s11  c6t0d0p0   c6t0d0s2
c1t0d0s15  c2d0p3     c2d1p3     c3d0p3     c3d1p3     c4t0d0p4   c4t0d0s6   c5t0d0s12  c6t0d0p1   c6t0d0s3
But I'm not really sure anymore what is what and I added some extra drives but I'm not sure if they're even showing up properly...

Is there a GNOME tool to see what interfaces each disk is connected to easily like when I run it in Mac OS X mode? I can probably restart as a Mac and figure it out but I'd rather learn (or re-learn as the case may be) how to do it in Solaris.

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This? Do you have svm in smc?

Last edited by !!!; 06-22-2017 at 07:47 AM.
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Perhaps dmesg -


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