[SunRescue] 5 major manufacturers?

BrianMcCloskeycheckinmystyle at hotmail.com BrianMcCloskeycheckinmystyle at hotmail.com
Wed Sep 27 15:03:24 CDT 2000

i believe you did ask that question already here, but if you don't want to 
buy sun's fibre channel card, use the jni j-cor cards. they work great, 
they're supported by everyone, and they are way cheaper than sun's soc+/gbic 


>From: "Stout, Logan" <ldstout at broadband.att.com>
>Reply-To: rescue at sunhelp.org
>To: "'rescue at sunhelp.org'" <rescue at sunhelp.org>
>Subject: RE: [SunRescue] 5 major manufacturers?
>Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 15:43:50 -0400
>I'm on a few sun lists, so if I just asked this question.. be gentle with
>I have an ultra 5, which I have been asked to make it pretend to be a 3500
>(really!, (to which I replied, sure, it will run like a 3500 with one cpu
>and 256 megs of ram) and I need to minimize its I/O time.. since they now
>come with (&%&^^(*&)(& (insert your own colourfol metaphors here) IDE
>drives, this needs to be changed. What I am looking for are recomendations
>for scsi and or fiber cards that people KNOW work well in the U5/10's with
>personal experience using them being the best. Unfortunetly, this company
>may buy it for me, but if it doesnt do the job, Ill just be hung out to 
>(this group gets somewhat cutthroat near end of fiscal year). the scsi
>(differential) card is the most important, and one that is very well
>supported by 2.6 or 7 would be best.
>Logan Stout
>Rescue maillist  -  Rescue at sunhelp.org

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