[rescue] hot swap scsi
wonko at arkham.ws
Sun Mar 3 23:01:34 CST 2002
On Mon, Mar 04, 2002 at 12:07:49AM -0500, Joshua D Boyd wrote:
> So, is it possible on linux, netbsd, or solaris to stop traffic to a device?
DiskSuite does, and i think RAIDframe might. don't know about the OSes by
themselves, but a hotswap drive in a non-array config is usually rather
> Also, will linux, netbsd, or solaris recognize a new device appearing on
> the scsi bus without a reboot? I think to some extent Solaris won't because
> even with a reboot it wouldn't recognize my cd-rom until I did a boot -r.
you should not need to boot -r in solaris as long as the scsi id and the
controller it's connected to doesn't change.
the others don't "suffer" the boot -r thing since they don't do the dynamic
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