scsiadd lets you insert or remove SCSI devices from the Linux SCSI subsystem 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.
Add and remove SCSI devices from your Linux system during runtime. No need to reboot your system, just because you have switched on an external device.
Please be aware that this program makes important and non-trivial changes to the kernel runtime configuration. It is possible for the kernel to crash or corrupt data, when using this tool.
If you want to be on the safe side, reboot your system if anything in you SCSI configuration changes! Be sure to read the paragraph after the syntax.
If you think you found a bug, please submit a bug report to the authors. If you miss a feature, please let us know.
For usage look at the man page or start with "-h" switch.