[pups] Progress on 2.11BSD kernel
cdl at mpl.ucsd.edu
Thu Mar 20 05:06:30 AEST 2003
> From: David Evans <dfevans at bbcr.uwaterloo.ca>
> To: "Steven M. Schultz" <sms at 2BSD.COM>
> Cc: pups at minnie.tuhs.org
> Subject: Re: [pups] Progress on 2.11BSD kernel
> Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2003 13:08:16 -0500
> On Wed, Mar 19, 2003 at 09:51:10AM -0800, Steven M. Schultz wrote:
> > Howdy -
> > > From: David Evans <dfevans at bbcr.uwaterloo.ca>
> > > This came in handy for me too when I went the route of messed up MAXUSERS
> > > screwage.
> > That'll do it too ;)
> Fortunately /vmunix & /oldvmunix is a familiar procedure from back in
> my PMAX device driver hacking days.
> > > On another note, were there any SCSI adapters that made use of the BA23/
> > > BA123 RD disk control buttons? Would be nifty to swap in a new ra0 by
> > > simply taking a disk offline/online.
> > Hmmm, those buttons/cabling are for RD/MSCP devices - not sure if it's
> > possible to use them with SCSI devices.
> I was thinking of a SCSI adapter that plugged into the bulkhead somehow.
> This is plainly rediculous, but a nifty idea nontheless.
You could put your SCSI drive into one of those pull-out
"mobile adapter" things. But you probably should not pull
it out without idling the SCSI bus first.
carl lowenstein marine physical lab u.c. san diego
clowenst at ucsd.edu
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