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RE: SUN Enterprise 3000

Show-devs gives the following output:

{6} ok show-devs

No idea what the scsi device is here...


-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: Romain Dolbeau [mailto:romain@dolbeau.org]
Verzonden: maandag 22 augustus 2005 16:18
Aan: debian-sparc@lists.debian.org
CC: Frank F. Waarsenburg
Onderwerp: Re: SUN Enterprise 3000

Frank F. Waarsenburg wrote:
> After a couple of days experimenting I came to the point that it loads
> boot image through RARP/TFTP (2.6 kernel version). Now I'm stuck at
> message "No partitionable media were found". The system had 2 4.2G SUN
> drives: no partitionable media found. So I thought the disks were
> up, and replaced them with a single COMPAQ 36G disk that I had. Same
> error, no partitionable media. But a probe-scsi shows both the SUN
> when they are in the system, and the COMPAQ. According to what I read
> the internet, this was a bug?? Anyone that knows a workaround for

What does the device-tree looks like ? (show-devs in the console should
display it) From the device name of the SCSI bus it should be possible
to determine which module you need, and then you can check wether it's
loaded properly by the kernel.

Romain Dolbeau

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