How do you map between scsi address <0 0 0 0> (or 0:0:0:0) and scsi device name (sda)?

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  • How do you interpret 0:0:0:0?
  • What is 0:0:0:0 and what does it mean?
  • What does <0 0 0 0> mean with relationship to an sdN scsi disk?
  • How do I backmap the 0:0:0:0 from error or event messages to an sd device?
  • How do I map a scsi hctl address to a scsi device name (hctl -> sd)?
  • How do I map a scsi device name to a scsi hctl address (sd -> hctl)?
  • How do I map an sd device to 0:0:0:0 type reference?
  • How to backmap from hbtl->sd device?


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