[rescue] eSATA on SPARC - or SCSI->eSATA converters

Jerry Kemp sun.mail.list47 at oryx.us
Wed Feb 14 10:39:07 CST 2018

Here is the relevant page from the Solaris 11.4 release notes.



On 14/02/18 07:43, Michael-John Turner wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 12:44:35PM +0000, Jerry Kemp wrote:
>> Thanks for the reply.  Yes, spot on, just enough for a couple of mirrored 3.5" drives.
> Ah, that's fairly straightforward. I'd get myself something LSI SAS2008-based (Dell H200/H310, IBM M1015, Fujitsu D2607), flash it 
> with IT firmware and hook up the drives with an SFF-8087 to SATA cable. Of course, that's all based on reading the Solaris HCL and 
> Oracle don't exactly make it clear whether it's supported on Solaris/SPARC or x86 (or am I reading it incorrectly?).
>> Not sure if you've seen what Oracle has dropped support for/added to the obsolete list for Solaris 11.4.  If you haven't review 
>> the list, Sparc wise, T4 and newer supported.  T3 systems and older obsoleted.
> I read your earlier message and looked for the 11.4 supported models but couldn't seem to find it (only 11.3).
> Cheers, MJ

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