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SG_RDAC(8)			   SG3_UTILS			    SG_RDAC(8)

NAME
       sg_rdac - display or modify SCSI	RDAC Redundant Controller mode page

SYNOPSIS
       sg_rdac [-6] [-a] [-f=LUN] [-v] [-V] DEVICE

DESCRIPTION
       sg_rdac	displays  or modifies the RDAC controller settings via the Re-
       dundant Controller mode page (0x2C). When modifying the settings	it al-
       lows  one  to  transfer	the ownership of individual drives to the con-
       troller the command was received	on.

OPTIONS
       -6     Use the 6	byte cdb variants of the SCSI MODE SENSE and MODE  SE-
	      LECT  commands.	The default action (in the absence of this op-
	      tion) is to use the 10 byte cdb variants.

       -a     Transfer all (visible) devices

       -f=LUN Transfer the device identified by	LUN. This  command  will  only
	      work  if	the  controller	 supports  'Dual Active	Mode' (aka ac-
	      tive/active mode).  LUN is a decimal number which	cannot	exceed
	      31 when the -6 option is given, otherwise	is cannot exceed 255.

       -v     be verbose

       -V     print version string then	exit

EXIT STATUS
       The  exit  status  of sg_rdac is	0 when it is successful. Otherwise see
       the sg3_utils(8)	man page.

AUTHOR
       Written	by  Hannes  Reinecke  <hare  at	 suse  dot  com>,   based   on
       sg_emc_trespass.

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to <dgilbert	at interlog dot	com>.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2006-2017 Hannes Reinecke,	Douglas	Gilbert.
       This  software is distributed under the GPL version 2. There is NO war-
       ranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR  A  PARTICULAR  PUR-
       POSE.

sg3_utils-1.43			 November 2017			    SG_RDAC(8)

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