The answer, as provided by SpectraLogic, was to configure the
Tape Library in IRIX emulation mode, vice Solaris, on the front
panel of the library.
Thanks to the following responders:
On Wed, 3 Feb 1999, Todd Herr wrote:
> I'm attempting to hookup a SpectraLogic 5100 Tape Library to an
> Ultra 60 (Solaris 2.6, all necessary patches) and I'm having a
> bit of a problem. Basically, a reconfiguration reboot produces
> no entries in /dev/rmt.
> I'm using the onboard UFW SCSI port, and probe-scsi-all shows me
> my tape library and the individual drives therein as attached to
> as opposed to the hard disk and CDROM (IDE devices, right?)
> attached to
> Just for sanity's sake, the library and the three tape drives
> are at SCSI ID's 1, 2, 3, and 4, so there are no conflicts with
> the hard disk (0) or the CDROM (6).
> I've made SpectraLogic's suggested changes to /kernel/drv/st.conf
> and /usr/include/sys/scsi/targets/stedef.h.
> dmesg shows me this:
> glm0: Rev. 5 Symbios 53c875 found.
> PCI-device: scsi@3, glm #0
> glm0 is /pci@1f,4000/scsi@3
> glm1: Rev. 5 Symbios 53c875 found.
> PCI-device: scsi@3,1, glm #1
> glm1 is /pci@1f,4000/scsi@3,1
> and the /devices filesystem has this:
> # pwd
> # ls -l
> total 4
> drwxr-xr-x 2 root sys 512 Jan 27 13:42 ebus@1/
> drwxr-xr-x 2 root sys 1024 Jan 27 13:39 scsi@3/
> crw------- 1 root sys 50, 1 Jan 27 13:39 scsi@3,1:devctl
> crw------- 1 root sys 50, 0 Jan 27 13:39 scsi@3:devctl
> scsi@3 contains the block and character entries for sd@0,0
> (hard drive) and sd@6,0 (cdrom), but nothing for st, and,
> obviously, there's no scsi@3,1 directory. :-(
> What am I missing? I'm new to the PCI-bus architecture, so
> I apologize if my question is answered someplace obvious that
> I've overlooked.
> Thanks in advance.
-- Todd Herr firstname.lastname@example.org Unix Systems Administrator, SRA International. http://www.sra.com
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