[SunHELP] Solaris 9 & qlogic drivers

stephen price sd_price at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 4 12:19:47 CDT 2006

1) can you see the hba's at the obp prompt by doing a
2) are you planning to boot off emc disk? -yes or no?
3) did you do a reconfiguration reboot to configure
the device tree in solaris?
4) did you check the qla22cc.conf for proper
5) did you consult the EMC Installation &
Configuration guide for QLogic & Solaris?


--- Monique Marais <Monique.Marais at alindigo.com>

> Hi All,
> I've been struggling with a driver issue for the
> past three days - so now
> I'm hoping someone can help.
> I have two qla2342 HBA's in a V490 and have been
> instructed to use qlogic
> drivers as EMC storage will be attached.  
> Using pkgadd for the drivers is simple and
> apparently successful, but the
> device driver utility says it cannot find the driver
> in the path_to_inst
> file. So assuming the fcode needed updating, I
> downloaded
> 2300fcode2.00.09.tar from the Qlogic web site and
> attempted to flash the
> card.  
> ./qla2x00flash -l
> /devices/pci at 8,600000/SUNW,qlc at 1/fp at 0,0:devctl 
> ifp2300.prom
> But get the following output:
> Device IOCTL error: Inappropriate ioctl for device
> I have all the SAN patches loaded.
> I patchrm'd the SAN patches and tried again, but the
> devices weren't found.
> Re-installed SAN, but still can't flash the card.
> luxadm -e port  - gives me the following output:
> Found path to 5 HBA ports
> /devices/pci at 8,600000/SUNW,qlc at 1/fp at 0,0:devctl      
>           NOT CONNECTED
> /devices/pci at 8,600000/SUNW,qlc at 1,1/fp at 0,0:devctl    
>           NOT CONNECTED
> /devices/pci at 8,600000/SUNW,qlc at 2/fp at 0,0:devctl      
>           NOT CONNECTED
> /devices/pci at 8,600000/SUNW,qlc at 2,1/fp at 0,0:devctl    
>           NOT CONNECTED
> /devices/pci at 9,600000/SUNW,qlc at 2/fp at 0,0:devctl      
>           CONNECTED
> >From my understanding and according to the qlogic
> documentation, the device
> path should be QLGC, qla - which it clearly isn't.
> Anyone got any ideas; I'd really appreciate the
> help.
> Thanks,
> Monz
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