[rescue] another e150 question...

Joshua Boyd jdboyd at jdboyd.net
Tue Feb 3 19:12:11 CST 2004

On Tue, Feb 03, 2004 at 08:17:31PM -0500, Stephen Sukovich wrote:
> Here is a silly question. whats the max capacity scsi drive that I can
> plug into an e150? I yanked a good deal of drives out of my ssa 112 and
> I remembered that thing had problems with drives at 9gbs and 18gbs and
> only officially supported up to 4gb drives. Now that I think of it I
> don't even remember what size drives were in it...
> Just for other notes the scsi cage will be connected to one of the
> hme/fas cards im not sure that makes any differents. I also have an
> antares ultra wide scsi card that I think is broken or the cable I have
> is broken since it only gave me timeouts when probing drives.

I expect that in this case the SCSI cage is stupid, and thus you can
stick in whatever you like, unlike some other Sun arrays.

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