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lsscsi




SYNOPSIS

       lsscsi    [--classic|-c]    [--generic|-g]     [--help|-h]
       [--hosts|-H]  [--long|-l]  [--name|-n] [--sysfsroot=<dir>]
       [--verbose|-v] [--version|-V]


DESCRIPTION

       Uses information in sysfs (linux kernels 2.5.50 and later)
       to  list all scsi devices (or hosts) currently attached to
       the system. Options can be used to control the amount  and
       form of information provided for each device.

       --classic | -c
              The  output  is  similar to that obtained from 'cat
              /proc/scsi/scsi'

       --generic | -g
              Output the scsi generic device file name. Note that
              if  the sg driver is a module it needs to be loaded
              otherwise '-' will appear

       --help | -h
              Output the usage message and exit

       --hosts | -H
              List the SCSI hosts currently attached to the  sys­
              tem.  If this option is not given then SCSI devices
              are listed

       --long | -l
              Output additional information for each SCSI  device
              (host)

       --name | -n
              Output  the  name derived from the INQUIRY VPD page
              0x83 or the name that the SCSI  subsystem  manufac­
              turers when VPD page 0x83 is not available

       --sysfsroot=<dir>
              This  command usually find the sysfs root directory
              by  examining  the  output  of  /proc/mounts.  This
              option  allows the sysfs root directory to be given
              explicitly

       --verbose | -v
              outputs directory names where information is found

       --version | -V
              outputs version number information and exits

       Information for this command is derived from the the sysfs
       file  system  whose  mount point is found by examining the
       Report bugs to <dgilbert@interlog.com>.


COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2002-2003 Douglas Gilbert
       This software is distributed  under  the  GPL  version  2.
       There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FIT­
       NESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.


SEE ALSO

       lspci lsusb

lsscsi-0.09                 April 2003                  lsscsi(8)
  

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