luns with emulex

Posted on 2011-10-05
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
How can you see the lun id of the emc disk with an emulex hba?
Question by:lolaferrari
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    Expert Comment

    If you have EMC PowerPath installed run

    powermt display dev=all

    You will see one block of output for each LUN, including LUN ID, device ID, state, and path information.

    This will work with any supported HBA, regardless of manufacturer/model.

    Here is more about powermt:


    Author Comment

    I don't have powermt but only have multipath but it only show the wwn of the disk and device id. Would be useful to see the lun number. Don't have syminq installed either
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    Accepted Solution

    Did you try

    multipath -v3 -ll


    Author Closing Comment

    many thanks!

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