I need some help of how to connect a Vdisk from a SAN (StorageWorks Command View EVA) that was created in the SAN. Tried to mount the:
*[root@sgb-trdb01]# mkdir /trmedtest*
*[root@sgb-trdb01]# mount /dev/dsk/c4t600508b40010891c00011000006b0000d0s7 /trmedtest*
and I receive this error: mount: /dev/dsk/c4t600508b40010891c00011000006b0000d0s7 or /trmedtest, no such y
How do I see the remote Vdisk partition that is publish through the SAN being visible in Solaris 9, although it is not mounted yet? I think the Solaris 9 still cannot see the Remote Vdisk Resource. How do I confim this?
Your help is much appreciated.
It's not clear - device /dev/dsk/c4t600508b40010891c00011000006b0000d0s7 is new or was created before.
Check that system can access to this device.
After select partiotion, print.
Check what you can see.
If format don't have access to this disk, check that this device is configured.
cfgadm -al -o show_FCP_dev
Possible, you need configure some FC devices that currently have status unconfigured
cfgadm -c configure <device>
Check path status to device:
luxadm display /dev/rdsk/c4t600508b40010891c00011000006b0000d0s2