[SunRescue] SS1000 problem solved...

Michael C. Vergallen mvergall at double-barrel.be
Thu May 18 20:49:07 CDT 2000

The thing you can do under solaris is when you are in the prom monitor 
type "boot -r" and it will automatically configure the devices for you so
there is no need to do a "touch /reconfigure" and cycle the power.
Hope this helps.

Michael C. Vergallen A.k.A. Mad Mike, 
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On Thu, 18 May 2000, Patrick Giagnocavo wrote:

> In order to get Solaris (2.6 at least) to "see" the new SCSI devices, you
> need to "touch /reconfigure" as root.  Then, do a cold reboot of the system
> (ie cycle power).
> Then, the new drives will be seen and you can make filesystems, etc on them.
> Hope this helps someone else.  It was a pain for me to puzzle this out.
> Cordially
> Patrick Giagnocavo
> a222 at redrose.net
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