[rescue] Wanted: 13 68pin SE SCSI disks, 9GB 3.5" would be fine

Zachary Giles zgiles at gmail.com
Tue Jun 29 16:31:28 CDT 2010

They have interface modules with cables going to the front. It has 2x HSZ70
modules with 2x HSZ70 cache modules too on each of the 4 arrays.

The drive types I have are:

On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 11:59 AM, Scott Quinn <saquinn624 at aol.com> wrote:

> I have one of those gigantic DEC drive arrays with the blue/green bricks
> that are 4G or 9G each. Not using it.. I'm pretty sure they are SE narrow,
> but don't know the pin count. I can take a look when I get to work. If that
> would work, I can hook you up with a few of those.
> You can kind of tell - if there are no interface modules (i.e. the cable
> goes
> directly to the backplane of the disk shelf) then it is definitely narrow
> drives. If there are removable modules then the shelf supports wide drives
> and
> it could be either.
> The model number will tell you - RZ(xx)-VA are narrow drives, RZ(xx)-VW are
> wide drives. On the SBB modules the SCSI logo also shows the config. It
> will
> have F(something) for Fast SCSI (F10 or F20 usually) and above it the
> transfer
> speed in MegaBytes/sec (20/F10 is Fast-Wide, 40/F20 is Ultra/Wide, 10/F10
> is
> narrow).
> I'd love to get another couple of RZ1 -derived SBBs, since they have the
> adaptor instead of a customized 50 or 68 pin setup (that you often need to
> cut
> traces on to use other drives).
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Zach Giles
zgiles at gmail.com

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