[rescue] A Question about Snap Servers
jdboyd at jdboyd.net
Sat Jul 31 21:01:46 CDT 2004
On Sat, Jul 31, 2004 at 05:11:02PM -0500, mrl wrote:
> A tad pricey, but not unreasonable. I have one, and it works under linux
> (although it's frunstrated how much stuff they shove under the "SCSI"
> driver without telling you. 3ware? yep. SATA? yep.). Haven't tried other
> OSes, and I actually only have one drive on the card at the moment.
What do you mean shoving it under the SCSI driver without telling you?
Do you want them to question you about every driver they might use?
Besides, SATA is very SCSI like. My understanding is that it is a
reduced SCSI command set, and that currently SATA drives can be used on
prototype serial scsi cards.
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