Subject: RE: RAID SCSI driver
To: None <mvanloon@MindBender.serv.net>
From: Simon Shapiro <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/18/1998 21:49:29
No need, Me thinks. I will be porting the FreeBSD driver to NetBSD,
including the EISA part (which I did not do). This may have to wait a few
weeks, as I am in the middle of fewemrgencies of my own.
mvanloon@MindBender.serv.net, On 18-Sep-98 you wrote:
> If anyone is willing to do this, and has a realistic chance at
> accomplishing it, I will send that person an EISA-bus DPT raid card, and
> an EISA 486 motherboard that may still work (haven't fired it up for a
> couple years). I'll even throw in 24MB of 30-pin SIMMs, though I think
> one of the SIMMs may have gone bad.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Simon Shapiro [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, August 03, 1998 7:33 PM
> On 03-Aug-98 Dante Profeta wrote:
> > Michael Graff wrote:
> >> > Ignatios Souvatzis wrote:
> >> > > Do look at "man ccd" first.
> >> I think he thought you meant "ccd is raid0" -- I suspect you mean a
> >> hardware
> >> RAID controller though, like DPT or something?
> > Ah... Ok. Now I've got it ;-)
> > Well, yes I did mean a driver for DPT SCSI controllers.
> I wrote the DPT drivers for FreeBSD. If anyone wants to port them to
> NetBSD, I will help in any way I can. There is a design paper on
> ftp://simon-shapiro.org/crash/docs. A link may exist on
> http://www.simon-shapiro.org too.
Sincerely Yours, Shimon@Simon-Shapiro.ORG
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