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2. From the Format menu, select Available Drive Types . 3. At the Specify disk type prompt, Enter 0 to select the auto-configure option. 4. If you want to partition the disk, use the format command again. See the Solaris documentation for information on the format command. 5. If you have not labeled the disk, label it using the label command. Refer to the Solaris documentation for information on the label command. What next? Continue to the next section to make file systems on the LUN partitions. Making file systems on partitions Use the newfs command to make file systems on all newly created partitions. You must specify a character device name to indicate the partition where you want to create the file system. For example, to make a file system on partition 0 on the first disk (LUN), Enter the following command: newfs /dev/rdsk/c1t0d0s0 What next? Continue to the next section to mount the file systems. Mounting file systems This procedure is the same as for any LUN used with a Solaris operating system. Use the mount command to mount the file systems that you have created on your storage system. You must specify the block device name of the partition where you created the file system, and the mount point directory. For example, to mount the file system partition 0 of the first disk configured, at the mount point /temp , Type the following command: mount /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s0 /temp
152 EMC Host Connectivity Guide for Oracle Solaris Solaris and VNX/Unity Connectivity What next? To reassign ownership of LUNs, refer to “Methods for reassigning LUN ownership” on page 153 . Verifying that the server can see its LUNs Use Unisphere/Navisphere Manager to verify that the server can see its LUNs. 1. For each storage system connected to the server, use Unisphere/Navisphere Manager to verify the server can see its LUNs. a. Select the storage system for management. b. Click Hosts . c. Double-click the icon for the Solaris server. d. Double-click the LUNs icon. e. Look for an icon for each LUN that the server should have. 2. If an icon for each LUN exists, the persistent bindings are set correctly. 3. If the icon for any LUN is missing, ensure that the LUN belongs to a Storage Group connected to the server as follows: a. Double-click the Storage Groups icon. b. Right-click the icon for the storage group that should contain the missing LUN, and then click Properties . c. In the Storage Group Properties dialog box, look for the missing LUN in the LUNs in Storage Group list. d. If the LUN is not listed, click Select LUNs . e. In the Modify Storage Group dialog box, look for the missing LUN in the Select LUNS for Storage Group list. f. If the LUN is not listed, click Show LUNs in Other Storage Groups . If the LUN is listed, then move the LUN from its current storage group into the storage group for the server by clicking the right arrow and then clicking OK .

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