>>> I got an unexpected (pleasant) surprise when I installed Raind Manager
>>> 6.22.1. I had decided against upgraded RM, since I was still running RM6,
>>> and would have to upgrade to 6.1, and then 6.22, so I did a clean install of
>>> Solaris 9, and then installed RM. But RM 6.22 detected the existing LUN
>>> assignments anyway.
>>I'm not certain what you're talking about.
>>I'd expect any installation of RM to populate some extra luns into the
>>sd.conf file. Is that what you're talking about?
>>What 'assignments' were you worried wouldn't be detected?
> Since this was a clean install of the OS, I didn't expect to find anything
> defined on the A1000s - I expected to have to define them all fresh.
The A1000 is a hardware RAID device. The LUN configuration and the data
within them are stored on the hardware.
The RAID Manager software is just the utility for communicating with the
device for configuration, for load-balancing/failover if you have
multiple controllers, and for managing the hardware (battery status,
cache performance, failure notification).
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