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Oracle® Server CLI Tools for Oracle Solaris 11.3 User's Guide

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Updated: April 2018

Display a Detailed Listing of a Device

  • To show a detailed listing of a device, type:

    raidconfig list device option devicename -v

    For example for a disk:

    # raidconfig list disk -d=c0d0 -v

    Disk c0d0
    ID: c0d0
    Chassis: 0
    Slot: 0
    Node ID: PDS:5000cca0257dbac1
    Mapped to Host OS: true
    Device: 5000CCA0257DBAC0
    Disabled: false
    Type: sas
    Media: HDD
    Manufacturer: HITACHI
    Model: H106030SDSUN300G
    Size (GiB): 279
    Serial Number: 001214N74K2B        PQJ74K2B
    Current Task: none

    For example for a controller:

    # raidconfig list controller -v

    Node ID: mptir2:50:00.0
    Manufacturer: LSI Logic
    Model: SG-SAS6-INT-Z
    F/W Version:
    Serial Number: 500605b005468020
    RAID Volumes: 1
    Disks: 8
    PCI Address: 50:00.0
    PCI Vendor ID: 0x1000
    PCI Device ID: 0x0072
    PCI Subvendor ID: 0x1000
    PCI Subdevice ID: 0x3050
    Battery Backup Status: Not installed
    Max RAID Volumes: 2
    Max Disks per RAID Volume: 256
    Supported RAID Levels: 0, 1, 10
    Max Dedicated Spares: 0
    Max Global Spares: 2
    Stripe Size Min (KB): 64
    Stripe Size Max (KB): 64

    The following table lists the possible Battery Backup statuses that can be displayed with the raidconfig list controller command.

    Not Installed
    The battery backup option is not installed.
    The status of the battery backup is OK.
    The battery backup is charging.
    The battery backup is discharging.
    Low voltage
    There is low voltage to the HBA on-board memory and the battery backup has become its primary source of power.
    High temperature
    The battery backup is overheating. This can cause the battery to stop charging and reduce its life expectancy.
    The battery backup has failed and might need to be replaced.
    The battery backup hardware is missing, malfunctioning, unplugged or fully discharged.