[SunHELP] Ultra 60 second hard drive
larrys at lexisnexis.com
Thu May 5 09:52:59 CDT 2005
Run devfsadm from the command line (it won't hurt). Then run
format again and see if you picked the disk up. The 'boot -r'
is important and not automatic. devfsadm from the command line
accomplishes the same thing.
Paul Savage <paul at theclubcounter.com> wrote:
> Yes, we powered down the machine, installed the second drive and powered up.
> When I do format after powerup it only shows the first drive. I have
> done this on 3 U60 machines with all the same results.
> Phil Stracchino wrote:
> >Paul Savage wrote:
> >>No, I have not. What does it do?
> >You can use devfsadm to add a device on the fly (disk, NIC, whatever)
> >without bringing the machine down and doing a boot -r. I was assuming
> >from your description of the problem that you'd rebooted the machine
> >already. Was this assumption incorrect?
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