Of course, that’ll fail to find network-attached storage: You can use hwinfo command with –short and –devicetype options to list a specific type of information. The command is much helpful in diagnosing bugs related to PCI devices. The home page and source is at http: Finding all storage devices attached to a Linux machine.
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If one is interested only in block storage devices, one can use lsblk from widely-available util-linux package: It displays the contents of the system log.
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