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In many cases, adding new devices to a Solaris 10 system is straightforward, because most devices connect to the SCSI bus, which is a standard interface. The steps involved usually include preparing the system for a reconfiguration boot, powering down the system, connecting the hardware device, noting the SCSI device number, powering on the system, and using the zformat command, if necessary, to create a file system. This section examines the procedure for adding disks to both SPARC and Intel architecture machines and highlights potential problems that may occur.
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Hard disk installation and configuration on Solaris 10 is often more complicated than on other UNIX systems. However, this complexity is required to support the sophisticated hardware operations typically undertaken by Solaris 10 systems. For example, Linux refers to hard disks using a simple BSD-style scheme: /dev/hdn are the IDE hard disks on a system, and /dev/sdn are the SCSI hard disks on a system, where n refers to the
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hard disk number. A system with two IDE hard disks and two SCSI hard disks will therefore have the following device files configured:
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Partitions created on each drive are also sequentially numbered: if /dev/hda is the boot disk, it may contain several partitions on the disk, reflecting the basic UNIX system directories:
/dev/hda1 /dev/hda2 /dev/hda3 /dev/hda4 (/ partition) (/usr) (/var) (swap)
Instead of simply referring to the disk type, disk number, and partition number, the device filename for each partition (slice) on a Solaris 10 disk contains four identifiers: controller (c), target (t), disk (d), and slice (s). Thus, the device file,
/dev/dsk/c0t3d0s0
identifies slice 0 of disk 0, controller 0 at SCSI target ID 3. To complicate matters further, disk device files exist in both the /dev/dsk and /dev/rdsk directories, which correspond to block device and raw device entries, respectively. Raw and block devices refer to the same physical partition, but are used in different contexts: using raw devices allows only operations of small amounts of data, whereas a buffer can be used with a block device to increase the data read size. It is not always clear whether to use a block or raw device interface; however, low-level system commands (like the fsck command, which performs disk maintenance) typically use raw device interfaces, whereas commands that operate on the entire disk (such as df, which reports disk usage) most likely use block devices. To install a new hard drive on a Solaris 10 system, just follow these steps: 1. Prepare the system for a reconfiguration boot by issuing the command
server# touch /reconfigure
2. Synchronize disk data and power down the system using the commands
server# sync; sync; sync; shutdown
3. Switch off power to the system and attach the new hard disk to the external SCSI chain, or install it internally into an appropriate disk bay. 4. Check that the SCSI device ID does not conflict with any existing SCSI devices. If a conflict exists, simply change the ID by using the switch.
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5. Power on the system and use the boot command to load the kernel, if the OpenBoot monitor appears:
ok boot
The next step assuming that you have decided which partitions you want to create on your drive, using the information supplied earlier is to run the format program. In addition to creating slices, format also displays information about existing disks and slices and can be used to repair a faulty disk. When format is invoked without a command-line argument,
# format
it displays the current disks and asks the administrator to enter the number of the disk to format. Selecting a disk for formatting at this point is nondestructive, so even if you make a mistake, you can always exit the format program without damaging data. For example, on an Ultra 5 system with three 10G SCSI disks, format opens with this screen:
Searching for disks...done AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS: 0. c0t1d0 <SUN10 cyl 2036 alt 2 hd 14 sec 72> /iommu@f,e0000000/sbus@f,e0001000/espdma@f,400000/esp@f,800000/ sd@1,0 1. c0t2d0 <SUN10 cyl 2036 alt 2 hd 14 sec 72> /iommu@f,e0000000/sbus@f,e0001000/espdma@f,400000/esp@f,800000/ sd@2,0 2. c0t3d0 <SUN10 cyl 2036 alt 2 hd 14 sec 72> /iommu@f,e0000000/sbus@f,e0001000/espdma@f,400000/esp@f,800000/ sd@3,0 Specify disk (enter its number):
It is also possible to pass a command-line option to format, comprising the disk (or disks) to be formatted; for example:
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