[rescue] Ok, what kind of SCSI connector is this?
Patrick Giagnocavo +1.717.201.3366
patrick at zill.net
Fri Aug 1 11:13:03 CDT 2003
On Fri, Aug 01, 2003 at 12:05:23PM -0400, Earl D. Baugh Jr. wrote:
> I've been continuing to dig thru my pile of SCSI drives (it's amazing how
> much stuff you realize you have once you have to move it...new houses do
> that...) Anyway, I've got two 4gb WD drives (I don't have the model number
> here) which I'm not sure what kind of SCSI connectors they have.
> It's not a 50 pin. And it's not the same as on my U2. And they look like
> they have a fair number of pins...maybe it's still 50, in two rows...not
> sure, they're at home, and I'm at work.. Looking at
> http://www.scsita.org/aboutscsi/Pictures.html doesn't show the connector
Is it about half the width of the 50-pin connectors? Is there a
separate plug for power (like most drives) or not (like SCA)?
> types I have. I was thinking that the U2 had SCA, but then I'm not sure
> what these would be. The connector is centered on the back of the drive,
U2 has SCA.
As a long shot, they could be fiber channel (FC-AL) drives.
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