Solaris Cluster How to Verify and Troubleshoot Physical Device Paths, when "DID" Device Path is in Status "Fail"
(Doc ID 1019917.1)
Last updated on MAY 11, 2018
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This document explains how to determine if physical device paths to the storage are valid on Solaris Cluster node/system/server. It also troubleshoots the Solaris Cluster DID device layer when "cldev status" or "scdpm -p all" shows physical device paths to the storage path in Status "Fail"
This document shows example using Solaris Cluster 3.2 on new command line. Refer to <Document 1541888.1> for corresponding Solaris Cluster 3.0/3.1 command
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