Lets you insert or remove SCSI devices on the fly
'scsiadd' lets you insert or remove SCSI devices from the Linux SCSI subsytem on the fly. This is especially useful for external devices like scanners or tapes, which can be powered on after system boot. Devices can be added or removed at any time.
DocumentationUser manpage avilable in HTML format from http://llg.cubic.org/tools/scsiadd.html;
released on 16 June 2009
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