After rebooting the system, you must run
Obtain the following information about the SCSI hard disk:
host adapter type
host adapter number
number of the bus on the host adapter
target ID of the disk controller
logical unit number (LUN) of the disk
``Adding a SCSI peripheral device''
for an explanation of what this information means and how to obtain it.
If the disk is the first peripheral device that you are
adding to the SCSI bus, you must also supply the
following hardware configuration information about the host adapter:
start I/O hexadecimal address
end I/O hexadecimal address
Log in as root and put the system into maintenance mode.
Select Hard Disk from the devices listed by the
Hardware/Kernel Manager, or enter the command mkdev hd.
(Enter mkdev hd -u or mkdev hd -h
if you require detailed usage and help information for mkdev.)
If your root disk is attached to
an ST506, IDE, EIDE, UDMA,
ESDI, or USB-interface controller,
specify that you want to add a hard disk to the SCSI bus.
If your root disk is attached to a SCSI controller,
specify that you want to add another SCSI disk.
Enter the SCSI host adapter type, and the
number of the host adapter.
If you are adding the first device to a host adapter,
confirm that you wish to change its setup parameters,
enter the hardware details about the host adapter card and
confirm that you want to save these values.
You can exit at this point if you have entered the wrong details.
To install a controller on a host adapter that controls two
SCSI buses, specify to which bus (0 or 1) the
controller is connected.
Enter the SCSI bus number,
target ID of the controller and the
LUN of the disk on the controller.
The information you have supplied is displayed:
Type Device Number ID LUN Bus
ad Sdsk 0 1 0 0
This example shows a SCSI hard disk with controller
ID 1 being added to the first Adaptec AHA-154x host
adapter on a system. The bus number is shown as 0 as this is a single
bus host adapter.
If the information is correct, confirm that it should be used to update
the SCSI configuration.
Otherwise, start the configuration again, or exit.
You are given the option of relinking the kernel. If you have
more devices to add, you can defer doing this until later.
When you have relinked the kernel,
use the System Shutdown Manager or the
shutdown command to shut down the system, then reboot.