Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) is a set of standards for physically connecting and transferring data between computers and peripheral devices.

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Disk full, du tells different. How to further investigate?

I have a SCSI disk in a server (hardware Raid 1), 32G, ext3 filesytem. df tells me that the disk is 100% full. If I delete 1G this is correctly shown. However, if I run a du -h -x / then du tells me ...
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SAS vs Near-line SAS vs SATA

I'm unsure about the differences in these storage interfaces. My Dell servers all have SAS RAID controllers in them and they seem to be cross-compatible to an extent. The Ultra-320 SCSI RAID ...
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HP ProLiant DL380 G4 SATA support?

I'm planning to get a second hand HP Proliant DL380 G4 and setup it as storage server, probably using NexentaStor and setup a ZFS system. But now I wonder does DL380 G4 can be convert or support SATA ...
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Harddisks falling offline for unknown reason

I have 7 systems running the setup below. Now and then a different disk falls offline, but on closer inspection the disk is good and not faulty and works flawlessly for at least another year. Since ...
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Problems partitioning an AIT-4 Tape

Drive: SONY AIT-4 drive SDX-900V series Ver.2.1 Media: AIT-4 (SDX4-200C) I am using SCSI commands to try and create 2 partitions on a tape (done the same thing before on VXA & DDS drives). The ...
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RHEL - blocked FC remote port time out: saving binding

My Server went into a faulty state since the database could not write on the partition. I found out that the partition went into Read Only mode. Finally to fix it, I had to do a hard reboot. Linux ...
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Performance differences between 2.5“ vs. 3.5” SAS

What real performance gains/losses are there on 2.5" vs. 3.5" 15k SAS drives. Are folks really seeing seek differences, &c?
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What does “- - -” in 'echo “- - -” > /sys/class/scsi_host/host0/scan' mean?

I know the linux command echo "- - -" > /sys/class/scsi_host/host0/scan is used to rescan scsi host. But what does "- - -" mean in the command?
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scsi and ata entries for same hard drive under /dev/disk/by-id

I am trying to set up a ZFS pool using 4 bare drives which I have attached to my Ubuntu system via a SATA hot swap backplane. These are Hitachi SATA drives. When I list the contents of ...
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What are Linux SCSI command timeouts and is the default suited for software raid?

My understanding of SCSI timeouts is that any read, write, flush and other commands have a limited time to complete. If exceeded, the command is aborted and an error is reported to the upper layer. ...
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How to get HDD parameters from SCSI controller

The SCSI controller we are using is IBM RAID M1015 and a SATA 3 HDD is attached to it. Now the question, is there any way to get the HDD specific parameters like HDD Model number/Manufacturer, Storage ...
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Recover Data from RAID 1 : Array failed

I have a HP Proliant ML150 server with a scsi raid controller installed. Two disks are configured in RAID 1. My problem is when i start my computer, in the beginning, a message appears that the array ...
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Can I reuse HP Proliant SCSI drives in a custom build?

I have an old HP Proliant DL385. Can I use the drives (36.4 GB - 10k, ULTRA320 SCSI) on a custom build, or is the interface a proprietary HP specific one? What support do I need from the motherboard? ...