Report on SCSI Controllers Remotely


Shows SCSI controllers with name, manufacturer, protocols supported and status



  

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Knowing what hardware assets are at your disposal is crucial for effective IT asset management and corporate governance. Once you get a complete list of what you have in your organization, you can make informed decisions. When it comes to extending your IT infrastructure, you should not only budget for new devices but pay attention to their compatibility as well. Action1 helps you build a detailed hardware specification, including motherboard, processor, disk drives, and storage controllers. The SCSI controllers are frequently overlooked but they are a vital part of computer configuration and facilitate data transmission between the operating system and disk drives. If you consider replacing a disk drive with a bigger or faster one, you should make sure it’s compatible with the SCSI controller and can actually be installed in your workstation or server.

Action1 hardware inventory tool queries your entire fleet of remote workstations in seconds and creates detailed reports on endpoint hardware configurations. In the “SCSI report” report, you’ll see all types of controllers currently available in your environment, including virtual SCSI controllers such as VMware PVSCSI. For each controller, you’ll see a unique ID, manufacturer, and the protocols it supports. Based on this data, you can plan disk drive updates for each specific endpoint, optimize performance, and make sure there won’t be any compatibility or operational issues related to controllers.

Report on SCSI Controllers Remotely


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Frequently Asked Questions



1. What is the SCSI controller?
The SCSI controller is a part of the SCSI bus (stands for Small Computer System Interface) that facilitates interaction between the operating system, the processor, and storage devices such as hard drives and CD-ROM drives. The controller itself can be a chip on the motherboard or reside in the HDD slot while SCSI in general is a set of protocols and standards. Together with SATA and SAS, SCSI is a way to connect devices and transfer data.

2. How to check SCSI controllers on Windows machines?
On the local machine, navigate to the “Device Manager” and check “Other devices”. In some cases (for example, when SSD are in RAID), the disk drives will have an indication that they employ SCSI. Additionally, you can opt in to try Action1 that retrieves information about SCSI controllers from multiple remote Windows PCs at once.

3. Do virtual machines use virtual SCSI controllers and adapters?
Virtual machines leverage SCSI controllers and adapters. They are used to orchestrate access storage as if on regular machines. In most cases, virtual storage controllers are optimized to match the system type (Windows, Unix, etc.) and required performance.




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