Subject: Re: impressive CI - SCSI storage rack from MTI (RAID?)
To: Gunther Schadow <>
From: David Barnes <>
List: port-vax
Date: 03/15/2002 07:52:35
its similiar to an HSC in operation, setup is quite different.  If I recall
correctly we never were able to make 'just any scsi disk' work properly with it...
So we just stuck with the disks that were 'qualified' by MTI.
Lemme see if I can dig up some docs... I might still have that stuff buried

Gunther Schadow wrote:

> David Barnes wrote:
> > Sounds like an MTI Stingray subsystem... what specifically would you like to
> > know? I had a few in operation years ago on a cluster of 6230's.
> For example, what are all those boxes for? What is the simplest way
> of attaching other SCSI devices, such as my DAT drive or random
> SCSI disks? Can I plug those directly into the CI/HSC box or is all
> that other gear needed? How do I operate the front panel, how do
> I change node numbers, how address the disks? Is it juts exactly like
> an HSC?
> thanks,
> -Gunther
> --
> Gunther Schadow, M.D., Ph.D.          
> Medical Information Scientist      Regenstrief Institute for Health Care
> Adjunct Assistant Professor        Indiana University School of Medicine
> tel:1(317)630-7960               

David Barnes

OpenVMS , Tru64, Netbsd, Linux guru
and collector of DEC equipment