David Conran <email@example.com>
Rick von Richter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Jim Harmon <email@example.com>
F. David Sinn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
email@example.com (roop kumar)
The votes came in this way:
2 said they'd done it using Disksuite without any problems. Both
recommended using a separate fast/wide controller to avoid target
2 said beware Compaq scsi only works with Compaq controllers.
1 said to check that they weren't IDE disks.
The original question is included below.
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> From Glenn.Satchell@uniq.com.au Wed Oct 8 17:22:32 1997 > > The Compaq ProLiant Storage System is a box containing up to seven > hot-swappable disks with a wide scsi connector on the back. From the > Compaq docs it looks like the moral equivalent of a Sun Multipack. One > of our customers has two of these devices currently on a Compaq Server > runninng NT. They want to replace the Compaq with a Sparc, but retain > the disks and storage system if possible. > > The system will probably be Ultra Sparc I or II, Solaris 2.5.1 or 2.6. > Unfortunately we can't just shut down their production for a day to try > this out beforehand. I realise that the disks will need to be > reformatted on the Sun so we'll lose the existing data on them. > > Does anyone have any experience running these on a Sun system? Any > gotchas to be aware of? > > regards, > -- > Glenn Satchell email@example.com www.uniq.com.au | > Uniq Professional Services Pty Ltd ACN 056 279 335 | In a world with > PO Box 70, Paddington, NSW 2021, (Sydney) Australia | no fences who > Phone 02 9380 6360 Pager 016 287 000 Fax 02 9380 6416 | needs Gates? > VISIT OUR WEB SITE http://www.uniq.com.au >