Hot adding or removing SCSI storage devices
The SCSI hot addition or hot removal feature allows for
addition or removal of SCSI storage devices (hard disks,
tape drives, CD-ROM drives) from a running system.
Some uses of the feature include:
replacing a failed storage device on a system that must maintain
moving less frequently used devices (such as tape drives) between systems
moving disk drives between systems to allow fast transport of data
You cannot hot add or remove disks on an MPIO-based
Hot adding a storage device with sdiadd
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004