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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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PCI or PCIe Hot-Plugging With the cfgadm Command (Task Map)

The following task map describes the tasks for managing PCI or PCIe devices on your system.



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Display PCI slot configuration information.

Display the status of PCI hot-pluggable devices and slots on the system.

How to Display PCI Slot Configuration Information

Remove a PCI adapter card.

Unconfigure the card, disconnect power from the slot, and remove the card from the system.

How to Remove a PCI Adapter Card

Add a PCI adapter card.

Insert the adapter card into a hot-pluggable slot, connect power to the slot, and configure the card.

How to Add a PCI Adapter Card

Troubleshoot PCI configuration problems.

Identify error message and possible solutions to resolve PCI configuration problems.

Troubleshooting PCI Configuration Problems

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