Sun StorEdge[TM] A3x00/A1000/rm6 - LUNS Show up with 'sd' Driver Instead of 'rdriver'
(Doc ID 1004668.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 11, 2019
Applies to:Sun Storage A3500 SCSI Array - Version All Versions and later
Sun Storage A1000 Array - Version All Versions and later
Sun Storage A3000 Array - Version All Versions and later
Sun Storage A3500 FC Array - Version All Versions and later
On an A3x00 or A1000 configured with LUN numbers greater than 7, LUNS whose numbers are greater than 7 show up using a different hardware path that that of LUNS 0 through 7.
This problem may manifest itself after any of the following scenarios:
- Adding or removing patches or packages that reference the /etc/osa/rmparams file. This might have the effect of setting the values in this file back to their defaults.
- Upgrading the 'rm6' software and forgetting to make this change to the rmparams file.
- Performing the procedure to allow 16 or 32 LUN support, but leaving out the step of editing this parameter in this file.
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