Ensure the following OS packages/patches are installed
This one should be on the first Solaris install DVD
SUNWqlc
These t...
cfgadm -c configure c1
cfgadm -c configure c2
It does not effect previously configured LUNs.
If they do not, a few things ...
run the luxadm command to get LUN info
luxadm probe
Example:
root@j2-apps01 # luxadm probe
No Network Array enclosures fou...
/export/home on /dev/dsk/c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0s2
read/write/setuid/devices/intr/largefiles/logging/xattr/o...
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  1. 1. Ensure the following OS packages/patches are installed This one should be on the first Solaris install DVD SUNWqlc These two dowload from SUN if needed 120965-01 119131-13 # Note: If HBA's are in server when Solaris is installed these should all have been installed VIEW HBA’s: Once the OS is updated and a reboot -- -r has been done check if SUN/Solaris is seeing the HBA's. Run the luxadm command: luxadm -e port Example: luxadm -e port /devices/pci@1d,700000/SUNW,qlc@2,1/fp@0,0:devctl CONNECTED /devices/pci@1d,700000/SUNW,qlc@2/fp@0,0:devctl CONNECTED Above is showing two HBA's 2 and 2,1 OK, good to go. Before assigning LUN’s Collect Current HBA information fcinfohba-port -l |grep HBA HBA Port WWN: 210000e08b1c829a HBA Port WWN: 210000e08b1c2395 Collect LUNs Solaris already knows about fcinfo remote-port -sl -p 210000e08b0c5518 > 210000e08b0c5518.out fcinfo remote-port -sl -p 210100e08b2c5518 > 210100e08b2c5518.out cfgadm -al -o show_SCSI_LUN>currentLUNs.out (Note added LUNS when available will be seen here as "unconfigured" Scan deeply LUNs attached to each HBA This shows HBA’s luxadm -e port /devices/pci@1c,600000/pci@1/SUNW,qlc@4/fp@0,0:devctl CONNECTED /devices/pci@1c,600000/pci@1/SUNW,qlc@5/fp@0,0:devctl CONNECTED Run following command on each Controller luxadm -e dump_map /devices/pci@1c,600000/pci@1/SUNW,qlc@4/fp@0,0:devctl luxadm -e dump_map /devices/pci@1c,600000/pci@1/SUNW,qlc@5/fp@0,0:devctl Assigning LUN’s Now is the time to assign LUNs Assign LUNs. Configure New LUN’s on Solaris LUNS should “Just Show Up” on Solaris 10. Cgfadm –al Example output c1::2200000c50401277 disk connected unconfigured unknown New LUNs show as unconfigured until cfgadm is used. When LUNs appear configure them cfgadm -c c1::2200000c50401277 Also command can be done globally for each controller:
  2. 2. cfgadm -c configure c1 cfgadm -c configure c2 It does not effect previously configured LUNs. If they do not, a few things to try if LUNs don’t show up Check for legacy txt in sd.conf. Solaris 10 does not need this, and it just slows up booting. Text in this file “my theory is” can mess finding new LUNs in Solaris 10. Update sd.conf vi /kernel/drv/sd.conf Add new LUN IDs created on Hitachi After Solaris 9, this should not be needed. 10 does not need this. Instruct Solaris to re-read sd.conf update_drv -f sd 9 and 10 can do this. 8 will failed. Scan scsi bus so Solaris can see the new luns devfsadm Find new LUNs cfgadm -al -o show_SCSI_LUN (Note added LUNS when available will be seen here as "unconfigured" If LUNs do not appear, server reboot will be needed. reboot -r Create Label for LUN This is all only valid if you Are Not running Veritas Now run a format command # Note: the disk only needs to be labeled on once. The following servers only need mount it Run format command format A disk looking like the following should show up. c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0 /scsi_vhci/ssd@g600a0b800021e8b90000536b456b26b3 Select the disk number. It will need a volume name if it does not already have one. Since this is the Export directory for Solaris "export" is a good volume name. Solaris does not like disks without a volume name (label). Some commands in format to look at are: format> current Current Disk = c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0 /scsi_vhci/ssd@g600a0b800021e8b90000536b456b26b3 (SUN and Solaris see this as a known disktype) format> type select type 19 format>volname Enter 8-character volume name (remember quotes)[""]:"export" Ready to label disk, continue?y format> save Saving new disk and partition definitions Enter file name["./format.dat"]: format> quit This only needs to be done from one machine Get LUN Info for Mounting
  3. 3. run the luxadm command to get LUN info luxadm probe Example: root@j2-apps01 # luxadm probe No Network Array enclosures found in /dev/es Found Fibre Channel device(s): Node WWN:200400a0b821eab1 Device Type:Disk device Logical Path:/dev/rdsk/c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0s2 Each server will have a different Path, to the same LUN Create New Filesystem on LUN/Volume Now create a new filesystem (format) Run newfs command on LUN found in luxadm probe command: newfs /dev/rdsk/c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0s2 Example: root@j2-apps01 # newfs /dev/rdsk/c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0s2 newfs: construct a new filesystem /dev/rdsk/c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0s2: (y/n)? y /dev/rdsk/c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0s2: 1073676288 sectors in 32766 cylinders of 512 tracks, 64 sectors 524256.0MB in 10922 cyl groups (3 c/g, 48.00MB/g, 5824i/g) super-block backups (for fsck -F ufs -o b=#) at: 32, 98400, 196768, 295136, 393504, 491872, 590240, 688608, 786976, 885344, Initializing cylinder groups: ............................................................................... ............................................................................... ............................................................ super-block backups for last 10 cylinder groups at: 1072703520, 1072801888, 1072900256, 1072998624, 1073096992, 1073195360, 1073293728, 1073392096, 1073490464, 1073588832, Now the disk is mountable and solaris can understand it This only needs to be done from one machine A LUN is a physical disk to Solaris at this point Edit /etc/vfstab to mount the new LUN Now edit /etc/vfstab to mount the new LUN The new LUN/disk in this example (from luxadm) is c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0s2 The device path is: /dev/rdsk/c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0s2 Add the folling line to /etc/vfstab: /dev/dsk/c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0s2 /dev/rdsk/c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0s2 /export/home ufs 1 yes logging Edit this to match LUN ID of your system This will mount at boot Run mount command to test if LUN mounts: mount /export/home There is no output if it works Run the mount command again to see new LUN and mount point mount Example: root# mount |grep export
  4. 4. /export/home on /dev/dsk/c6t600A0B800021E8B90000536B456B26B3d0s2 read/write/setuid/devices/intr/largefiles/logging/xattr/onerror=panic/dev=1d80022 on Tue Nov 2815:33:06 2006 Veritas Volume Setup If you use Veritas follow these steps # instruct veritas to scan for new luns vxdctl enable # check for new luns on veritas level vxdisk -o alldgs list c7t2d11s2auto:none - - online invalid c7t1d12s2auto:none - - online invalid # initialize new disks /etc/vx/bin/vxdisksetup -i c7t2d11 # initialize new disk group with disk c3t3d30 vxdginitoraclelogs c7t2d11=c7t2d11 # if group already exists vxdg -g oraclelogsadddisk c7t1d12=c7t1d12 # check the status of the new disks vxdisk -o alldgs list # Check freespace of the diskgroup # vxdg free # Size can be gotten from vxdg free # make a volume of max size (41853696) vxassist -g oraclelogs make oralogvol01 41853696 # If not all space is used, or task is to grow volume ## After making 19g check free space of new Volume # vxassist -g oraclelogsmaxgrow oralogvol01 Volume oralogvol01 can be extended by 2007040 to: 41852928 (20436Mb) # growto space available vxassist -g oraclelogsgrowto oralogvol01 41852928 # check the new volume vxprint -htr # create a filesystem on the new volume mkfs -F vxfs /dev/vx/rdsk/oraclelogs/oralogvol01 mkfs -F vxfs /dev/vx/rdsk/oraclelogs/oralogvol02 # make a mount point mkdir /oralog01 # mount the new filesystem at the new mount point mount -F vxfs /dev/vx/dsk/oraclelogs/oralogvol01 /oralog01 # verify the new mounted filesystem cd /oralog01 ls # verify the size on solaris level df -h # makepermenent vi /etc/vfstab /dev/vx/dsk/oraclelogs/oralogvol01 /dev/vx/rdsk/oraclelogs/oralogvol01 /oralog01 vxfs 2 yes suid # testvfstab entry # umount /oralog01 # mount /oralog01

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