Re: match device files with LUN ID

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Tom Spec wrote:
Does anyone know how I can correlate which device files (sda, sdb, sdc, etc) match up with which LUNs in /proc/scsi/scsi? I'm sure there is a command I can use to give output like:
devicefile1, scsi, channel, id, lun
devicefile2, scsi, channel, id, lun
devicefile3, scsi, channel, id, lun

But I can't remember what it is.  Anyone?
Try lsscsi.

yum info lsscsi
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Available Packages
Name   : lsscsi
Arch   : i386
Version: 0.17
Release: 4
Size   : 27 k
Repo   : fedora
Summary: List SCSI devices (or hosts) and associated information
Description:
Uses information provided by the sysfs pseudo file system in Linux kernel
2.6 series to list SCSI devices or all SCSI hosts. Includes a "classic"
option to mimic the output of "cat /proc/scsi/scsi" that has been widely
used prior to the lk 2.6 series.


Alan

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