[rescue] Sun 540-5014 (AKA X7288A) versus Teac DV-28E
Geoffrey S. Mendelson
gsm at mendelson.com
Tue Apr 11 15:13:00 CDT 2006
On Tue, Apr 11, 2006 at 03:46:55PM -0400, Dave K wrote:
> A lot of these are used for testing of customer configurations, that
> might not be an acceptable difference.
Oh, then you may not be able to use anything but a genuine Sun drive.
Not because it's different or doesn't work, but to prevent finger pointing....
> Sorry, I should have said. The reason for this is to allow
> installation of Solaris 10. None of these systems have ever had
> anything earlier than Solaris 8 on them.
That should be real easy then. Solaris 10 removed the 512 byte block
requirment. Solaris 9 may have, I don't know, anyone else?
If you have a machine that you can spare for a few days, why not buy
a drive and try it. If it works, you're set. If not, you can raffle/auction
it off to the staff. :-)
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