How to map an sd device to a specific controller PCI slot under Linux using lsscsi and lspci

(Doc ID 2409184.1)

Last updated on JUNE 12, 2018

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Oracle Server X7-2 - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
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x86 64 bit

Goal

How to map an sd device to a specific controller PCI slot under Linux using lsscsi and lspci.

If you are troubleshooting an issue where you know the sd device (or a group of sd devices) and want to map the sd device to the physical PCIe controller that it attaches to this can be done by using the lsscsi and lspci commands under Linux. This can be useful when you have a large storage configuration with several similar arrays connected to the same type of controller and need to trace a drive to it's physical controller.

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