[rescue] FS: Long SCSI cables (EMC/Sun), RusselStoll Power
nick at pelagiris.org
Fri Jun 2 16:28:34 CDT 2006
That's actually OSVHDCI belive it or not, offset VHDCI allows the connectors
to be put very close together, only thing that changes is where the screws
on the side connect to.
On Fri, Jun 02, 2006 at 09:45:04AM -0400, Bryan Gurney wrote:
> On Wed, 31 May 2006 23:31:51 -0400, Ethan O'Toole <ethan at 757tech.net> wrote:
> > Hello, I have 3 of these Sun SCSI cables that are fairly long. They are 68
> > pin male to that ... the small connector found on many higher end SCSI
> > cards. Name escapes me, I've been away from that stuff too long. It's a
> > mini Centronics looking thing used on the SGI XIO scsi cards that are
> > quad connector, some Compaq Smartarray, some Sun cards... Prob LVD.
> > Definitly differential given the length.
> VHDCI. It's great for connecting external stuff because you can plug 2 or even 4 SCSI devices into one card (the Compaq/HP SmartArray controller has 4 VHDCI ports; now that's a lot of StorageWorks shelves). Most of the VHDCI cables have a head that is tilted a little so you can plug in four connectors, bottom-to-bottom. I'm pretty sure it's LVD, but be sure to check the SCSI icon just in case.
> I know that the Sun Fire V240 has a VHDCI connector for its external SCSI connectivity. I just wish that I had a V240. :-)
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