emxmgr - Displays Fibre Channel worldwide name to target ID mappings for
emxmgr [-h] [-s] [-d] [-m emx?| -t emx?] [[-f] -c mapping_file]
The task of managing target identifier (ID) mappings is obsolete in
this release. Any customized mappings that you defined in previous
releases will merge forward. You can use the emxmgr utility to review
current mappings and to display information on your current Fibre
To use the emxmgr utility in interactive (prompt) mode, enter the command
with no options.
You can specify the following command options:
-c Do not use this option in this release.
Changes the emx driver target ID mappings. The mapping_file is the name
of a file that contains the new mapping data.
-d Returns a list of instance numbers of Fibre Channel host adapters that
are present on the system, such as: emx0 emx1 emx2. This instance is
then used in place of the command argument emx? to identify a specific
host adapter on which an operation is to be performed.
-f Do not use this option in this release.
Forces target ID mapping changes without prompting for confirmation.
-h Provides command help information.
-m Displays the target ID mappings for a specific Fibre Channel host
adapter. Use the emx? argument to specify the adapter instance, such as
-s Do not use this option should in this release.
Provides syntax information for the file used as the source of
-t Displays information on an adapter's current Fibre Channel topology.
The emx? argument specifies which adapter instance, such as emx0 is
The emxmgr utility enables you to review the mappings of Fibre Channel
worldwide names to device target identifiers (IDs) for the emx device
The emxmgr utility interacts with the emx driver to display the driver's
mappings. Refer to the emx(7) reference page for a description of the emx
driver and its associated data files.
For a change to a local host adapter to take effect, the local system must
The executable image.
The device driver module.
The TruCluster documentation for information on symmetrical configurations.