How can I Find LUN and WWN with a physical disk in Server 2008? RRS feed

  • Question

  • Dears,

    I have Mapped LUN storage in the physical server 2008 R2 with 10 LUN drives like E:drive till G:Drive, now I wants to find LUNs WWN number, I know in virtual server it is easy to find WWN number but in physical is not clear.

    Kindly anyone can tell me the WWN LUN's location names for my 10 drives?


    Monday, January 15, 2018 2:21 PM

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  • Get-WmiObject win32_diskdrive  | select name, SCSIBus, SCSILun

    Monday, January 15, 2018 2:25 PM
  • Dear I.T Delinquent, I have ran this command via PowerShell it gave me below result, is that mean these are LUN number? What about LUN drive name Like H drive or E:\drive? How do I know which LUN number belong to which number?

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE8              SCSIBus 0

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE10            SCSIBus 0

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE9              SCSIBus 0

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE11            SCSIBus 0

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE5              SCSIBus 0

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE7              SCSIBus 0

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE6              SCSIBus 0

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE4              SCSIBus 0

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE1              SCSIBus 0

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE2              SCSIBus 0

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE3              SCSIBus 0

    \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE0              SCSIBus 1

    Monday, January 15, 2018 2:54 PM
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    Wednesday, January 17, 2018 8:50 AM
  • Hi Dana.Kadi,

    Didn't see your update, I would recommend checking out the link below:


    This would be a good starting point as you can change the script and the output to your needs.

    Wednesday, January 17, 2018 9:10 AM