Command for SAN disk

Posted on 2012-09-05
Last Modified: 2012-09-10
Need command in windows to show the Location of the Disk

How can i get the disk properties of

A method of displaying the number of connected FC paths to the SAN disk using command prompt in windows .

Disk Part does not show this .
Question by:jmanishbabu
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    If you're using MPIO, you might be able to get some of this information with MPCLAIM.

    In that case, you can get the paths to a device with: MPCLAIM –S –D <device id>.
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    by:Shani Basha
    Try FCinfo if that suits your requirement.

    type fcinfo /help after installing from the command prompt to get more details/help

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