Onboard SCSI controller support on Ultra 2
jbrierre at bellsouth.net
Tue Feb 15 14:49:52 GMT 2005
by now you may already have installed -- successfully!
I had the same question and did a Google search that turned up a reference
in an update doc that had not yet made it to the dist.
The answer is yes -- onboard scsi is supported on the ultra-2. my install
was successful -- no problem there.
The prob i did find was with QFE card support; they all appear as hme, have
the correct individual MAC addresses--- but little else, and errors galore.
> From: Olivier Cherrier <oc at symacx.com>
> Date: 2005/02/12 Sat AM 09:38:30 EST
> To: freebsd-sparc64 at freebsd.org
> Subject: Onboard SCSI controller support on Ultra 2
> On the http://www.freebsd.org/platforms/sparc.html page, as well as in
> the 5.3
> release notes, we can read that the onboard SCSI controller esp(4) is
> supported on Ultra 2 to boot from.
> I just downloaded the 5.3-STABLE-SNAP001-sparc64-miniinst.iso file and
> seen that
> the HARDWARE.HTM file doen't mention this update and still says that
> Ultra 2 need
> to be net-booted.
> It seems that there is a problem here.
> I will burn this iso file and install it on my Ultra 2 to see.
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