> On Wed, Jul 10, 2002 at 05:47:06PM +0100, Cunningham, Donal (Donal) mentioned:
> > > Sun never do hardware raid. Their opinion is that your Ultra
> > > CPU's are likely faster than any raid card, and better at doing RAID
> > > anyway.
> > What about the A1000 and T3?
>> Aren't A1000's just disk arrays, that are mounted as standard SCSI disks
> by the sun box ?
Its a disk array managed by raid manager. It appears as LUN's and not separate
8. c2t5d0 <Symbios-StorEDGEA1000-0301 cyl 65533 alt 2 hd 64 sec 84>
/pseudo/rdnexus at 2/rdriver at 5,0
Part Tag Flag Cylinders Size Blocks
2 backup wu 0 - 65532 167.99GB (65533/0/0) 352305408
The D1000 is just standard disks that you need Disksuite/whatever to get RAID,
perhaps this is what youre thinking of?
> It's a while since I did sun kit, so I've no idea what a
> T3 is.
Has 9 disks, you telnet in and configure it with the RAID of your choice. It
presents 2 `disks`/LUNs back to solaris:
2. c1t2d0 <SUN-T300-0117 cyl 34530 alt 2 hd 48 sec 128>
/ssm at 0,0/pci at 1c,600000/SUNW,qlc at 1/fp at 0,0/ssd at w50020f230000564f,0
3. c1t2d1 <SUN-T300-0117 cyl 34530 alt 2 hd 48 sec 128>
/ssm at 0,0/pci at 1c,600000/SUNW,qlc at 1/fp at 0,0/ssd at w50020f230000564f,1
2 backup wu 0 - 34529 101.16GB (34530/0/0) 212152320
All on the web site http://www.sun.com/storage if people want more info.
go there - buy stuff ;)
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