Instead of the T3 you should consider Sun's new minnow product SE3510, it
provides 2gb host connections and is much faster that the T3 cheaper too.
It does support those 146GB drives.
"IT admin" <bbearvolcanomail.com> wrote in message
news:c98eb92.0307091643.13f61ad6posting.google.co m...> My company is considering StoredgeT3 , for our existing 280R .
> I have checked SUN web site , T3 supports 73GB and 181Gb disk , but
> not 146GB ,we have been using 146GB FC-AL with our SUN servers , just
> wonder if they will work on T3 ?
> In theory they should work , I am just worrying if there is any hiden
> reason for SUN to skid this model , since 181GB is supported , unless
> 146Gb is newer model then 181Gb .
> One more question is , what do I need to use T3 as two large mirrored
> volumes or a RAID 5 volume ? Do I need additional software other then
> Solaris 8 ?
> Thanks in advance for any advise/feed back
> William T.C