I do not have access to the physical server.
I have access to a terminal (via PuTTY) where i can run commands. Is there any command that i can run to determine what hard drives my SunOS 5.11 is using? Is it RAID X? Or on SSD?
raidctl -l at the command line, but there is nothing returned. Does this mean that it is not on RAID?
format command, but i got this:
~# format Searching for disks...done No disks found!
I did run
format as root.
I can't find
devfsadm utility. It has most probably been intentionally removed/not installed?. It's not in
/usr/bin, and there is just a shared object
SUNW_fssnap_link.so in this directory
I can't find how to get
devfsadm installed. I am not a sysadmin and I do not have a sysadmin at hand. I have been trying randomly
pkgadd, without success. :/
Update 3: Lambert, thanks. I tried what you mention:
# prtconf -v System Configuration: Oracle Corporation sun4v Memory size: 261120 Megabytes System Peripherals (Software Nodes): prtconf: devinfo facility not available
# cfgadm -alv -bash: cfgadm: command not found
virtinfo NAME CLASS non-global-zone current logical-domain parent logical-domain supported
zpool status pool: rpool state: ONLINE scan: none requested config: NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM rpool ONLINE 0 0 0 c0t5000CCA0164D1C80d0 ONLINE 0 0 0 errors: No known data errors
What can I deduce from that please?
Great, thanks Lambert(and Andrew)!!.
Finally, found the answer. So the zpool command tells that it's configured as a non-RAID, and the iostat -En tells me the Vendor and Product name, which then tells me that it is a HDD and not a SSD.
Lambert, if you can post the answer, i will accept it.