Subject: Re: Qlogic 2200
To: Dhananjoy Das 'Joy' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
Date: 01/25/2002 11:11:36
In message <PGELKOPLGDAAEEPGAGNJKEKKCCAA.email@example.com>,
"Dhananjoy Das 'Joy'" writes:
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> I am using the Qlogic 2200 HBA for accessing the external FC SCSI
>every time I use the Qlogic Utils <Alt + Q> at the bootup time I am able to
>access the FC-storage(SCSI devices), but these SCSI devices fail to appear
>later at NetBSD boot or even after I have used the
>scsictl <scsibusXX> scan <targetX / all> <lunX / all>
>any thoughts on the above..
What kind of FC storage devices are they? Plain FC disks, or some kind
of RAID, "array controller", or enclosure device?
Open-source OSes do a pretty poor job at handling anything but bare
disks. Even for bare disks, they typically fail to probe all the
potential IDs of a "modern" FC topology, and may fail to probe high
LUN numbers (exact limit depending on OS.
Still, NetBSD is about as good as Linux or FreeBSD of the same vintage.