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Sun Blade 6000 Disk Module Administration Guide

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1.  Overview of Using Sun Blade 6000 Disk Modules With Server Modules

2.  Inserting, Moving and Replacing the Sun Blade 6000 Disk Module

3.  System Requirements

4.  Upgrading Systems

5.  Installing, Removing or Replacing Disks

6.  Multipathing and RAID

7.  How LSI Host Bus Adapters Assign Target IDs to Expanders, Disks, and RAID Volumes

8.  How Adaptec Host Bus Adapters Assign Target IDs to Expanders, Disks, and RAID Volumes

9.  Setting Up Hardware RAID Volumes With LSI and Adaptec Host Bus Adapters

10.  ILOM For the Sun Blade 6000 Disk Module

11.  Oracle's Sun Storage Common Array Manager (CAM)

A.  Using the SIA Application to Upgrade x86 Server Blade and Host Bus Adapter Firmware

B.  Using the lsiutil Software

C.  Upgrading the Disk Module to Allow a SAS-2 Compatible Server Blade in the Chassis



This document contains procedures for connecting, managing and maintaining disk drives in Oracle’s Sun Blade 6000 Disk Module.

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For a description of the document set for the Sun Blade 6000 Disk Module, see the Where To Find Documentation sheet that is packed with your system and also posted at the product's documentation site:


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