initDisk - initializes disk and partitions is as an option disk
/usr/sysadm/privbin/initDisk -d drivetype -c controller number -u unit
number [ -l LUN]
initDisk invokes fx to initialize a disk and partition it as an option
disk with all usable space in one partition, partition 7. It is
essentially equivalent to performing the operation fx -x -c INITIALIZE
on the indicated disk.
recognized types can be found in the fx(1M) man page. The types
include dksc for SCSI drives, jag for SCSI drives connected to a
Jaguar VME SCSI controller, and fd for floppy drives.
-c controller number
the controller that the drive is attached to.
-u unit number
The unit number of the drive
The LUN of the drive, if the LUN in non-zero.
"initDisk -d dksc -c 0 -u 1" would initialize the SCSI disk with unit ID
number 1 attached to SCSI controller 0.
sysmgr(1M), runpriv(1M), DiskManager(1M), fx(1M).
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