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Hello Maybe someone from this group has experience with connecting SE A1000 to a Linux box based on Intel platform. Browsing the net Iíve found HBA SCSI: - Qlogic QLA1041 lub Qlogic QLA 240D - Adaptec AHA-2944UW Do you think that they will solve my problem? Pawel...

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    Default SE A1000, Intel, Linux

    Hello



    Maybe someone from this group has experience with connecting SE A1000 to a
    Linux box based on Intel platform.



    Browsing the net Iíve found HBA SCSI:

    - Qlogic QLA1041 lub Qlogic QLA 240D
    - Adaptec AHA-2944UW
    Do you think that they will solve my problem?



    Pawel


    Pawel PIWOWAREK Guest

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    Default Re: SE A1000, Intel, Linux

    As long it's differential SCSI you will see a (predefined) LUN.

    Don't know wheter RM6 will work on LINUX for configur-ing it

    Good luck with it.. ( symbios has also Dual Diff PCI SCSI cards which are
    oem-ed to SUN)
    that work also at x86...

    R

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    > Hello
    >
    >
    >
    > Maybe someone from this group has experience with connecting SE A1000 to a
    > Linux box based on Intel platform.
    >
    >
    >
    > Browsing the net I've found HBA SCSI:
    >
    > - Qlogic QLA1041 lub Qlogic QLA 240D
    > - Adaptec AHA-2944UW
    > Do you think that they will solve my problem?
    >
    >
    >
    > Pawel
    >
    >

    Remco Fugers Guest

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    Default Re: SE A1000, Intel, Linux

    Pawel PIWOWAREK wrote:
    > Hello
    >
    >
    >
    > Maybe someone from this group has experience with connecting SE A1000 to a
    > Linux box based on Intel platform.
    >
    >
    >
    > Browsing the net Iíve found HBA SCSI:
    >
    > - Qlogic QLA1041 lub Qlogic QLA 240D
    > - Adaptec AHA-2944UW
    > Do you think that they will solve my problem?
    >

    Well the AHA-2944UW is a high-voltage differential controller so
    atleast that is the correct type.


    How would you configure the A1000 ?

    To operate the A1000 Diskarray you need to RUN the "RM6" array
    manager software to configure RAID-sets and LUN's on the A1000.
    I dont think that software is ported to LINUX.

    So unless you have a Sparc/Solaris box to run RM6 on to configure
    the A1000 before you try to attach it to the linux box, I would
    not attempt to do it.


    Lars Tunkrans Guest

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    Default Re: SE A1000, Intel, Linux

    On Thu, 17 Jul 2003 20:21:41 +0200 Lars Tunkrans <lars.tunkrans.nospambredband.net> wrote:
    > How would you configure the A1000 ?
    >
    > To operate the A1000 Diskarray you need to RUN the "RM6" array
    > manager software to configure RAID-sets and LUN's on the A1000.
    > I dont think that software is ported to LINUX.
    It would be interesting to reverse engineer the protocol. They are just
    SCSI commands, you could do various things in the GUI and see what comes
    over the wire.

    /fc
    Frank Cusack Guest

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