Thanks to Jeff Kennedy, the answer to my problem is:
For each line that looks like:
"QUANTUM DLT7000", "HP DLT70", "DLT7000";
I need a line that looks like:
DLT7000 = 1,0x38,0,0x1D639,4,0x82,0x84,0x85,2;
The original question is below.
> I recently added an HP SureStore DLT Autoloader to my Ultra-10 running
> Solaris. The HP documentation on the web has some significant holes
> in it (http://www.hp.com/tape/unix-dlt/d_sol2.html), but it said to add
> the following line to /kernel/drv/st.conf
> "QUANTUM DLT7000", "HP DLT70", "DLT7000";
> Now, when I boot, I get:
> WARNING: /pci@1f,0/pci@1/scsi@2/st@0,0 (st7):
> data property (DLT7000) has no value
> st7: <Vendor 'QUANTUM ' Product 'DLT7000 '>
> I can use the tape drive, but I am not sure about the autochanger.
> My questions are:
> What does this error mean?
> How can I correct it?
> Thanks very much.
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