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Recognizing Logical Units With The Hddv Driver - Fujitsu l ETERNUS AF Configuration Manual

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Chapter 5
Setting Up the Server to Recognize the Logical Units

Recognizing Logical Units with the hddv Driver

Example 2: EFI disk labels
EFI labels are automatically assigned to 1TB and larger disks. However, even if the disk capacity is
less than 1TB, EFI labels can still be assigned using the "format -e" command, as shown in the follow-
ing example.
# format -e
Searching for disks...done
c5t16d0: configured with capacity of 3555.50GB
0. c0t0d0 <FUJITSU-MAP3367NC-3701 cyl 12435 alt 2 hd 10 sec 574>
1. c5t16d0 <FUJITSU-ETERNUS_DX400-3.47TB>
Specify disk (enter its number): 1
selecting c5t16d0
[disk formatted]
format> label
[0] SMI Label
[1] EFI Label
Specify Label type[0]: 1
Ready to label disk, continue? yes
format> quit
Recognizing Logical Units with the hddv Driver
Logical units may be recognized using the hddv driver. Refer to the driver product manual for more details.
When connecting with the server running on Solaris 10 OS in a single-path configuration, logical units do
not need to be recognized with the hddv driver.
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