My original question was:
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I have a DDS3 Sony drive that used to work on a Sparc 20 running Solaris
2.5.1. It was hanging off a narrow SCSI SBUS controller on the 20.
I now have it on a PCI-SCSI SUN approved wide SCSI controller on an
Ultra 10. A SCSI3 to SCSI2 adaptor provides the correct bits and
termination to the device. Probe-SCSI sees it but /dev/rmt never gets
populated after a boot -r.
SUN suggested removing /etc/path_to_inst and booting -ar but that didn't
work. They gave up since it was not a SUN peripheral.
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for pointing out that I needed a firmware upgrade ( from rev 0123 to 0400 ).
Got a 4mm tape from Sony, loaded it in the drive, and the firmware
was updated pronto.
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