Subject: 950912 snapshot and problems
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 10/04/1995 21:50:03
>>>>> "Simon" == Simon J DeBoer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
I suppose if I call you 'old friend,' I get hit.
Anyways... havn't seen you on the MUSH in awhile, but...
Simon> So I have a number of problems/questions...(I have an A3000
Simon> with a GVP scsi/mem board, 4M zips + 4M simms on GVP)
A fair upgrade from what I remember.
Simon> -- One of my hard drives gets configured 10 times during. (I
Simon> don't need it for NetBSD so I have removed it...but it would be
Simon> nice to know why it does that)
I don't think that this is bad. Several of our suns with
SunOS and Solaris do this. Basically, SCSI has 'addresses' (ID) and
units (LUN). Each address has 8 LUNs. Some systems (like my
ESDI<-->SCSI converter) will take two drives, and produce on address
with two LUNs (this is the proper behaviour). Other drives
(esp. those produced for a DOS market with broken controllers) respond
for every LUN --- that is the produce the same response for each of
their 8 LUNs.
The moral of the story is... you better only use one of those
devices, but it's not really broken.
Simon> -- On my amiga side the loadbsd-2.10 is not recognized as an
Simon> executable. I do not have a compiler on the Amiga side so
Simon> cannot recompile my own copy. (I haven't looked into cross
Simon> compiling netbsd-amigaos, but I assume it is possible)
I would be happy to run an AmigaDOS compiler across something
for you. I have DICE, SAS/C, GCC and MANX/C :). Just catch me on the
MUSH when I'm at home.
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