On Tue, Jan 21, 2003 at 02:57:24PM -0000, HAMILTON,DAVID (HP-Ireland,ex2) wrote:
> I understand that this is not necessarily a bug, but I need to quickly
> determine why the HP VA7410 disk array is listed in the scsi_scan.c file,
> and the implications and/or correctness of the flags attached to it.
The blacklist table in the scsi_scan.c file says the device has sparse
(non-consecutive) LUN numbers and that the probing must not stop at
first non-existing LUN, but instead all possible LUNs need to be probed.
This is most likely true.
> Apologies if this is not the correct place to ask, but I need help urgently
> on this one.
> David Hamilton
> Senior Technical Consultant
> HP Ireland
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