anoopcr
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Target in the mapping command

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May be this is a simple question.But I want to clear by doubts.

map dev 20E6 to dir 09D:1 target=0, lun=26;

map dev 20E6 to dir 09D:1 target=0, lun=26;

what does this taeget mean ?

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rajshekhar1
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Re: Target in the mapping command

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It's the SCSI Target ID, you can compare this to the CTD number that the host sees, It's referred as the hardware path that can be specified on Symmetrix

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rajshekhar1
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Re: Target in the mapping command

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It's the SCSI Target ID, you can compare this to the CTD number that the host sees, It's referred as the hardware path that can be specified on Symmetrix

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anoopcr
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hi,

so how many target IDs can be specified in total ?

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dynamox
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Re: Target in the mapping command

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always 0 for open systems, 0-7 for HPUX