[rescue] SGI fw_sshd and security
mcguire at neurotica.com
Wed Mar 10 15:53:41 CST 2004
On Mar 10, 2004, at 4:44 PM, Ron Wickersham wrote:
>>>> Yes. :) But it's not a perfect world. I remember my biggest
>>>> complaint about moving to SCSI disks from SMD and IPI about eleven
>>>> years ago: no write-protect buttons.
>>> Hmm, don't remember write-protect buttons on my IPI disks from
>>> when we ran a fleet of 4/690's with IPI disks (1Gb CDC and 1.3Gb
>>> Seagate). I'm intrigued now Dave, got more details?
>> If memory serves, our IPI drives were Seagate ST43200Ks. The write
>> protects on these were actually jumpers on the drive with ordinary
>> headers, which were brought out to switches on the enclosures.
> At least these ipi drives have write protect buttons:
> drive front: http://alembic.net/ipi-front.jpeg
> the drive label: http://alembic.net/ipi-label.jpeg
> and four of them in a 4/690: http://alembic.net/ipi-4x.jpeg
Oh yes, I remember those. Those are CDC-designed drives...they sold
their Imprimis division to Seagate, that's why they say "Seagate" on
them. :) Those sure are gorgeous drives!
Dave McGuire "My tummy hurts now, but my soul
Cape Coral, FL feels a little better." -Ed
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