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Jan
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comment Find scsi device ids under Linux?
SCSI ID is not precisely defined thing, reference this discussion yarchive.net/comp/linux/scsi_ids.html
Jan
30
comment Find scsi device ids under Linux?
To add, modern lsblk -S can show HOST:CHANNEL:TARGET:LUN numbers too.
Jan
30
comment Find scsi device ids under Linux?
Actually, lsscsi --scsi_id shows scsi-* matching id from /dev/disk/by-id (if present).
Jan
30
comment Find scsi device ids under Linux?
Incorrectly downvoted answer. by-id shows WWID which is valid SCSI identificator, even though by-id not necessarily shows all disks. Sometimes, /dev/disk/by-path can show SCSI Ids too. Example ls -l /dev/disk/by-path outputs pci-0000:00:07.1-scsi-1:0:0:0 -> ../../sr0. So, sr0 have SCSI Host:BUS:Target_ID:LUN 1:0:0:0. This is not SCSI disk, though.
Jan
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comment Find scsi device ids under Linux?
This does not show which SCSI ids correspond to which system devices.
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comment Measure disk IO latencies of a running process
Interesting approach there brendangregg.com/blog/2014-07-01/perf-heat-maps.html
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