Just installed a qlogic fibre copper card and need to know what the phisical address is for the new disk to add to the fstab

This is a Redhat linux question. I am a Solaris afichianado and I would normally view the /etc/pathtoinst file which depicts the phisical devices connnected, whitch therefore is easy to translate in the /etc/fstab table for mountining purposes. Is there a Redhat commenurate? I have two drives I need to copy "dd" that is and I need to mount these to perform this task.
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You might want to try some of these: -
var/log/dmesg - this will show hardware detected at boot
cat /etc/sysconfig/hwconf
cat /proc/devices
man lspci
man scanpci
man kudzu

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