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Hi guys, Say I think I have a SAN volume (or any storage device for that matter) attached to my system, and I know it is not mounted. How would ...
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    [SOLVED] listing storage device info


    Hi guys,

    Say I think I have a SAN volume (or any storage device for that matter) attached to my system, and I know it is not mounted. How would I find out what storage devices are attached to the machine and where they are located (like in /dev/)?

    Thanks!

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    The 'quick-n-dirty' that i do is fdisk -l
    This will list all partitions for all drives (mounted or not).

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    perfect! Thank you!

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