Subject: Re: SparcStation 10 and scsi termination
To: Hauke Fath <hauke@Espresso.Rhein-Neckar.DE>
From: Matthew Jacob <email@example.com>
Date: 09/21/2000 14:32:28
> At 22:55 Uhr +0200 21.9.2000, Matthew Jacob wrote:
> >I thought internal drives were all unterminated (i.e., on stubs).
> You mean, the strange 50pin plugs contain termination resistors? Or, that
> the distance between the cpu scsi bridge (always active) and the internal
> disks is so small that termination shouldn't be needed?
Oops- I guess I was forgetting that this is SS10, not SS1 or SS2. Yah, I guess
that the furthest in the internal chain has to have active termination now.
SS1/SS2 had legal stub limits (and more noise).
> The two Seagate Hawks that the ss10 came with were not terminated,
> either... but then, they didn't create parity errors...
Sorry I said anything now.....
My two SS10s have internal disks, but none of them are terminated either.