[Veritas-bu] tpautoconf showing bogus drives

2004-09-15 14:23:18
Subject: [Veritas-bu] tpautoconf showing bogus drives
From: tlewick AT hrblock DOT com (Lewick, Taylor)
Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2004 13:23:18 -0500
FYI, I figured it out. It was picking up info from /dev/sctl/path
So I just removed the /dev/sctl/path character files...


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Subject: [Veritas-bu] tpautoconf showing bogus drives

Hi all, doing some drive maintenance and fiber-scsi bridge work,
And noticed tpautoconf -t now shows bogus drives on some media servers.
vmglob -b -listall and tpconfig -d are fine.  But tpautconf -t shows the
same serial number over and over again on different hardware paths.
They aren't valid, so I did an rmsf -a /dev/rmt/c#t#d#BEST and that got
rid of the bogus device files, but tpautoconf -t still shows the

How do I clean this up.  I thought there was a tpautoconf command to
force it to rescan/clean up but I can't remember.  No big deal, I just
don't want to see the GUI whine about global device database
conflicts... (which it shouldn't because vmglob looks okay).

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