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Can any body help with the following problem: I working with a Sun Fire V480 server and trying to install a Exabyte D17 autoloader. We just added a new Storedge PCI Dual ULTRA III scsi card. Solaris can seed the Changer but I can not configure the tape drive(Quantum DLT7000). There not not entry in /dev/rmt for the tape drive. Solaris can find the scsi device (qus1)for the tape however the configuratio never hapen. I have tried many things such as configuring manualy on the st.conf file. Anybody has any idea? Thanks, Felix Sanchez...

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    Default unable to configure tape drive

    Can any body help with the following problem:

    I working with a Sun Fire V480 server and trying to install a Exabyte
    D17 autoloader. We just added a new Storedge PCI Dual ULTRA III scsi card.
    Solaris can seed the Changer but I can not configure the tape
    drive(Quantum DLT7000). There not not entry in /dev/rmt for the tape
    drive. Solaris can find the scsi device (qus1)for the tape however the
    configuratio never hapen. I have tried many things such as configuring
    manualy on the st.conf file.

    Anybody has any idea?


    Thanks,


    Felix Sanchez

    felix Sanchez Guest

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    Default Re: unable to configure tape drive

    "felix Sanchez" <felixsanchezit.com> wrote in message
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    > Can any body help with the following problem:
    >
    > I working with a Sun Fire V480 server and trying to install a Exabyte
    > D17 autoloader. We just added a new Storedge PCI Dual ULTRA III scsi card.
    > Solaris can seed the Changer but I can not configure the tape
    > drive(Quantum DLT7000). There not not entry in /dev/rmt for the tape
    > drive. Solaris can find the scsi device (qus1)for the tape however the
    > configuratio never hapen. I have tried many things such as configuring
    > manualy on the st.conf file.
    >
    > Anybody has any idea?
    >
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    >
    > Felix Sanchez
    >
    # man cfgadm

    also look at /etc/path_to_inst

    I take it you've already run boot -r ?

    cheers

    Sam N




    Sam N Guest

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