Any changes to the storage topology, including running Sun Cluster commands, should be completed before you upgrade the cluster to Solaris 9 software. If, however, changes were made to the storage topology during the upgrade, perform the following procedure. This procedure ensures that the new storage configuration is correct and that existing storage that was not reconfigured is not mistakenly altered.
Ensure that the storage topology is correct.
Check whether the devices that were flagged as possibly being replaced map to devices that actually were replaced. If the devices were not replaced, check for and correct possible accidental configuration changes, such as incorrect cabling.
Become superuser on a node that is attached to the unverified device.
Manually update the unverified device.
# scdidadm -R device
Performs repair procedures on the specified device
See the scdidadm(1M) man page for more information.
Update the DID driver.
# scdidadm -ui # scdidadm -r
Loads the device ID configuration table into the kernel
Initializes the DID driver
Reconfigures the database
For a nonrolling upgrade, go to Step a in How to Perform a Nonrolling Upgrade of Sun Cluster 3.1 9/04 Software.
For a rolling upgrade, go to Step 4 in How to Perform a Rolling Upgrade of Sun Cluster 3.1 9/04 Software.