[SunRescue] Can a standard Sparc10 hold an internal 2.5GB HardDrive ?
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Sat Dec 30 18:33:19 CST 2000
Yes. You can run very large sized drives in the Sparc 10. Just make sure
doesn't get too hot and that it's the right form factor, and interface type.
The sparc 10 from what I understand had/has some heat
problems. I run a 6GB in my Sparc LX, and a 2GB in my Sparc 2 and both of
them are older then the 10 I believe.
----- Original Message -----
From: "L. Brignolo" <L_Brignolo at Labra.net>
To: <Rescue at sunhelp.org>
Sent: Friday, December 29, 2000 6:48 PM
Subject: [SunRescue] Can a standard Sparc10 hold an internal 2.5GB HardDrive
> There is this Sparc10, Solaris 7, 36mhz, 1.08gig, 32MB, ethernet, scsi
> aui, parallel, serial, and a external CD, but no c, no perl, etc..
> I wanted to install Solaris8, and Solaris 8 needs 1.8GB, so I have to
> my hard disk.
> I read someplace that Sparc10 only holds 424MB and/or 1.05GB HardDrives.
> I also hear of Sparc10 being sold with 2GB internal hard drives what tells
> me that it is possible to have bigger that 1GB hard drives in Sparc10s.
> I got this 2.5GB Seagate ST14220N Scsi-1-50Centronic drive
> Then my question is (are): would this internal 2.5GB HD work in my
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