I have the same problem, although originally my server seen the disk,
only after a server reboot did my disk dissappear to be replaced by
an "Unbound Device Object" with the same LUN No. of my disk.My server
does see the HSV controller of the EVA persistently.
Any other tips would be welcome

> Hmm, very strange, but progress!
>
> I've neglected to tell that I have been using an pci-slot that had been

used
> with the HBA that connected to the old SAN.
>
> Yesterday I have removed the HBA connecting to the old SAN and used that
> slot for the new HBA, but before off hours, I reinstalled both HBA's.
>
> Today as I wanted to start all over with drivers and all, I gave

an "List
> devices" command and now it displays the new SAN disks! Could this be
> because some driver-configuration was tied to that slot or something?
>
> "Martin Gaines" <NOspam@matcmadison.edu> skrev i en meddelelse
> news:428BC2C7.293F5121@matcmadison.edu...
> > We see this for devices that do not have a driver loaded, like all our
> > tape drives.
> >
> > Bjarke Christensen wrote:
> > >
> > > I'm gearing up to migrate from our IBM Fast SAN to our new HP EVA

5000.
> > >
> > > I have presented a Vdisk to the server and the link is up. I've been

> pulling
> > > my hair for weeks now and I know it's something small and silly.
> > >
> > > When using a "List Devices" I get an:... 0x0006: [V597-A2-D0:0]

Unbound
> > > Device Object
> > >
> > > specs:
> > >
> > > NW 6.5 SP2
> > > HP Branded Qlogic hba HCA2214

>
>