Subject: Re: Another changer, another changer problem
To: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
From: Gandhi woulda smacked you <email@example.com>
Date: 10/02/1998 00:57:59
On Thu, 1 Oct 1998, Jonathan Stone wrote:
* If you're serious, find someone with a SUn-3/50 or similar vintage
* machine, one with the Emulex scsi-to-ESDI or scsi-to-MFM bridge
* controllers. They'll fall over themselves to swap it for a modern
* scsi drive.
Yeah, I remember them. I still think it was nice to be able to branch
two drives off one controller.
* Are you really that masochistic, though?
Not so much masochistic as wishing to make as much use of my available
resources before needing to buy more.
I don't see how this would truly complicate things. Autoconf
already supports targets and LUNs; the only problem would lie in
Unless, of course, the kernel autoconf support is merely a veneer
to hide our not dealing with multiple LUNs, but, frankly, given
the history of NetBSD and BSD in general, I find this highly unlikely.
BSD's always been quality code, from my POV.
Friends don't let friends use Microsoft.