troubleshooting scsi

Posted on 2007-10-09
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Need information on scsi drives. I am trying to troubleshoot some bad scsi drives. When I use the scsi select utility it displays all scsi devices attached along with some other information. Any idea what attribute "fn" or "!#"  is.
Question by:Juneaucounty
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    Thanks that helps a bit, but I did not see the codes I mentioned fn or !#.
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    Is there maybe a help section in the utility itself that could explain what they mean?

    Author Comment

    I did not see any. I will check.

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