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Re: Sparc possibly broken
On Sun, 28 Feb 2010 19:03:44 +0100
Frank WiÃmann <frank.wissmann41%web.de@localhost> wrote:
> BERTRAND Joel schrieb:
> > Frank WiÃmann a Ãcrit :
> >> Hi, all!
> >> After having got lots of help with my last problem, at first I like to
> >> thank you all.
> >> Here is a new one.
> >> I have bought some new SCA disks which are not recognized by my SS5 and
> >> the "probe-scsi-all"-command. It seems not to be possible that all four
> >> disks used are broken. How can I verify this? Or how can I test if the
> >> SCSI-Controller of the SS5 is broken?
> > Do you have a CDROM unit to test ? Is your chain terminated ?
> > If your chain is terminated, I believe that your ESP chip is broken :-(
> Well, when I test it the cdrom device shows up with unit number 6 and that
> is OK. At first the bus wasn't terminated correctly but I changed that and
> it comes up with the same results. So what does this mean? Shall I throw
> it away? I have no other device to test the disks.
How big are these drives?
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