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    When things go wrong! :o

    So HP comes out to install a new jukebox autoloader...everything went pretty good until we reboot the box and see how our alternate links are shot! Also, more amusing, is the 'ioscan -fnC autoch':

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    usgo0003/dev/vg01 # ioscan -fnC autoch
    Class     I  H/W Path     Driver S/W State   H/W Type     Description
    =====================================================================
    autoch    0  0/0/1/0.0.0  schgr CLAIMED     DEVICE       HP      C7145-8000
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_10a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_17b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_24a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_30b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_8a    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_15a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_21b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_29a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_5b 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_10b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_18a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_24b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_31a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_8b    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_15b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_22a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_29b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_6a 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_11a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_18b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_25a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_31b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_9a    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_16a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_22b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_2a   /dev/rac/c0t0d0_6b 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_11b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_19a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_25b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_32a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_9b    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_16b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_23a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_2b   /dev/rac/c0t0d0_7a 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_12a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_19b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_26a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_32b   /dev/rac/c0t0d0      /dev/rac/c0t0d0_17a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_23b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_30a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_7b 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_12b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_1a    /dev/ac/c0t0d0_26b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_3a    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_10a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_17b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_24a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_30b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_8a 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_13a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_1b    /dev/ac/c0t0d0_27a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_3b    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_10b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_18a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_24b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_31a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_8b 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_13b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_20a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_27b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_4a    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_11a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_18b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_25a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_31b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_9a 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_14a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_20b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_28a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_4b    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_11b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_19a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_25b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_32a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_9b 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_14b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_21a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_28b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_5a    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_12a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_19b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_26a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_32b
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_15a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_21b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_29a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_5b    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_12b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_1a   /dev/rac/c0t0d0_26b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_3a 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_15b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_22a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_29b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_6a    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_13a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_1b   /dev/rac/c0t0d0_27a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_3b 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_16a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_22b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_2a    /dev/ac/c0t0d0_6b    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_13b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_20a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_27b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_4a 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_16b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_23a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_2b    /dev/ac/c0t0d0_7a    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_14a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_20b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_28a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_4b 
                             /dev/ac/c0t0d0_17a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_23b   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_30a   /dev/ac/c0t0d0_7b    /dev/rac/c0t0d0_14b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_21a  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_28b  /dev/rac/c0t0d0_5a
    Whoaaa, look at all that stuff, yeah! Something tells me our scsi addressing is *****ed up...
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    Maybe I am just an idiot, but uhmm.....WTF
    Or maybe this programming class I am taking has only just begun and This type o shyt hasnt been covered yet. Maybe you could break it down for me Vorlin....please
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    /dev is where your devices are stored.. i.e. hard drives, floppy drives, keyboard, etc etc. Anything that performs i/o. Well, it looks like vorlin has about 200 cd rom drives if I am not mistaken...Either that, or about 200 partions on 1 hard drive.... I think he is runnin HPuX, and I haven't used it in a while, so I am not exactly sure what the c0t0d0 device is....
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    c0t0d0 stands for the first disk device on the first controller.

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    Big ass computer area.

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    AntiOnline Senior Member souleman's Avatar
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    Thanks crittenden....makes sence c(ontroler)0t(????)0d(rive)0. So what is the t?
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    You know, I dont know. Sorry. I need to find out real soon though. Gotta reinstall an old HP9000 with HP-UX 10.20.

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    c -> controller
    t -> target ID
    d -> disk number

    Basically the C and T together consitute the address of the disk on the controller - at least that's my understanding.
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