Solaris: Load SCSI generic module

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Test Description

The tool checks that the scsi generic module (sgen) on solaris is installed and loaded

 

This test case fails if:

The module is not installed or not loaded.

This test case passes if:

The module is installed and loaded.

 

How to fix this test

Automatic fix

The tool attempts to install and load the module.

Manual fix

To check if the sgen module is installed:

grep sgen /etc/name_to_major

If the module doesn't appear in the file - the module is not installed

To check if the sgen module is loaded:

grep sgen /etc/driver_aliases
modinfo | sgen

If the module doesn't appear in the file and in modinfo command output - the module is not loaded


If the module is not installed, use the following command:

add_drv -v -i 'scsiclass,0c' sgen

This command should install and load the module.

If the module is not loaded, use the following command:

update_drv -v -a -i 'scsiclass,0c' sgen


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