Bill S. wrote:
Fine but why, if you put them on the same SCSI chain(CD and HD) then the
HD can become slower due to the SCSI bus follows the slowest device
which should be the CD so stick with the IDE?
Maybe it is better to install a new DVD-ROM on IDE instead like the new
If the SCSI controller is a SUN controller like Sun Swift and others.
CDROM should be 6, HD for root filesystem could be anything like 3 which
was for the old SUN WS, and now I think it is 2, for the 2:nd, you can
When you start installing Solaris after installed the disks the install
will change you boot device to the correct one, no worries.