* Thanks to James Kwong <firstname.lastname@example.org> and
Bill Hewitt (cst)<email@example.com>
who pointed out that it works fine under solstice backup 5.5.1
that comes as part of the Easy Access
Server version 2.0 disk that comes with Solaris 7 5/99. (which
we had as well as the 5.1 disk)...
* Solstice Backup IS currently supported under Solaris 7 AND both 32 and 64 bit
* You cant use /etc/LGTOuscsi/inquire to probe scsi devices when you
have this problem it doesn't find
* Chan Cao <firstname.lastname@example.org> suggested using isainfo -kv u'll see
whether 64 or 32 bit kernel modules are supported.
This returned "64-bit sparcv9 kernel modules " on our system - seems
it will support either.
* There now seems to be two lus versions installed
/usr/kernel/drv/lus - 32 bit
/usr/kernel/drv/sparcv9/lus - 64 bit
plus a lus.conf with both.
This definitely looks a lot better to start the configuration with.
Original Post Below.
> Hi all,
> We are trying to install Solstice Backup 5.1 under Solaris 7 (running
> in 64bit mode) with a Sun StorEdge L280 jukebox unit.
> It installed ok but the jb_config command doesnt detect any scsi
> devices. The problem seems to be with the lus driver. The one
> supplied with the backup software is only 32 bit. We couldnt get the
> machine to load this.
> I managed to find a 64 bit lus driver (not from Solstice Backup)
> which loaded fine and everything appears to be working ok so far.
> Seems a little strange to me.
> Anyone come across this before?
> Sue Gray
> Unix SysAdmin
> Information Innovation
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