Subject: Re: Sage Words from John Mashey
To: Gandhi woulda smacked you <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Tom Yu <tlyu@MIT.EDU>
Date: 06/27/1999 03:15:00
>>>>> "greywolf" == Gandhi woulda smacked you <email@example.com> writes:
greywolf> Yow. Scary stuff.
greywolf> Trivial facts:
greywolf> * I can't find a SCSI-2 (Fast Narrow) 3.5" format HDD
greywolf> * One 4GB SCSI-2 (if I can find it) HDD would eliminate my
greywolf> entire current disk array.
Such can be kludged by using a wide single-ended drive and a
wide-to-narrow adaptor. Make sure you terminate the high bits. I
have such a setup in my home machine. Actually, if it's the only wide
device on the bus, I think you can actually get away without
terminating the high bits due to the way that wide-bus negotiation
gets done, but my memory is a bit hazy on that matter.