Anthony's drive issues.Re: ssh password delay
racerx at makeworld.com
Tue Mar 22 10:12:18 PST 2005
> Chris writes:
>> ... and as of June 2005, MS retires 2000 - at least thats the projected
> So this hardware is still supported today. I suspect it may still be on
> the HCL afterwards, too.
>> In addition, if you went back to NT - you would also know you are on
>> your own being that MS stopped support about a year ago.
> You're overlooking a key point: In eight years of running Windows NT, I
> never _needed_ any support. I never once put in a call to Microsoft
> technical support.
Support comes in many fashons - my example require you to think about
Service Packs, Hot fixes etc. NOT you typical call to some munkie reading
>> It's really very simple. Get 2 SCSI drives that are alike, that will
>> most likely halt your issies.
> SCSI drives are $300 each, and drives compatible with this controller
> and connectors are scarce. The last time I checked, about a year or two
> ago, there was only one drive left on the market that was compatible.
> All the others required different connectors.
Read what happens when you mix 2 unlike SCSI drives. Read how one faster
one HAS to pace itself with the slowest. Hell, just read about SCSI and
you'll find this out.
Now - Stop tossing legacy hardware at a new OS.
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