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NAME

       scsiadd - Add and remove SCSI devices

SYNOPSIS

       scsiadd [-a|-r] <id>

       scsiadd [-a|-r] <id>  <lun>

       scsiadd [-a|-r] <host> <id> <lun>

       scsiadd [-a|-r] <host> <channel> <id> <lun>

       scsiadd [-s] <host>

       scsiadd [-s] <host> <channel>

       scsiadd [-p]

       scsiadd [-i] <maxid>

DESCRIPTION

       Scsiadd  adds and removes devices, scans for new devices, or prints the
       status of the SCSI bus.  The options are:

       -a     add device

       -r     remove device

       -s     scan for new devices

       -p     print SCSI status

       -i     set maximum SCSI ID which is scanned

EXAMPLES

       scsiadd 3
              add SCSI device with ID 3 on primary host

       scsiadd -r 1
              remove SCSI device with ID 1 from primary host

       scsiadd -s
              scan for new devices on primary device

       scsiadd -a 1 2 13 4
              add SCSI device with ID 13 and LUN 4 on host 1 channel 2

AUTHOR

       Dirk Jagdmann <doj@cubic.org>

       The latest version can be found at http://llg.cubic.org/tools

SEE ALSO

       http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/SCSI-2.4-HOWTO/index.html
              Howto describing many aspects of the Linux 2.4.0 SCSI system