lsscsi is a command line tool used in Linux systems to list SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) devices. It provides valuable information about the SCSI devices attached to the system.
The tool displays various details about the SCSI devices like the host adapter, channel, target, and LUN (Logical Unit Number) numbers. It also shows the device type, vendor, model, and size of the SCSI devices.
By utilizing lsscsi, users can easily identify and manage their SCSI devices, such as disks, tape drives, CD/DVD drives, and more. The output of lsscsi is straightforward and concise, making it easy to comprehend even for novice users.
Additionally, lsscsi can be used in scripts or other automation tasks to retrieve the relevant information about the SCSI devices programmatically. This tool is widely used by system administrators, storage technicians, and developers working with SCSI devices in Linux environments.
lsscsi also supports various options for customized output, including the ability to filter or sort the results based on specific criteria. Moreover, it provides additional information related to the SCSI subsystem, such as SCSI bus attributes and device capabilities.
Overall, lsscsi simplifies the task of SCSI device identification and management, allowing users to efficiently gather information about the SCSI devices connected to their Linux systems.
List of commands for lsscsi:
lsscsi:tldr:019aa lsscsi: List all SCSI devices with human-readable disk capacity.$ lsscsi -stry on your machineexplain this command
lsscsi:tldr:2a189 lsscsi: List all SCSI devices.$ lsscsitry on your machineexplain this command
lsscsi:tldr:eb301 lsscsi: List all SCSI devices with detailed attributes.$ lsscsi -Ltry on your machineexplain this command