SUMMARY: mount fcal disk

From: Preiszl Matthias <>
Date: Wed Jan 29 2003 - 06:12:24 EST

thanks to the following people for their quick answers:
Peter Matzer
Steve Howle
Tony Walsh
Joe Fletcher
Pablo Jejcic

it should be no problem to mount the fcal disk just like any scsi disk,
if you have booted from a cdrom version which supports 280 backplane (i
tried sol 8 2/02 and sol 9 - both worked).

you should be careful when you have attached a (for example) d1000,
because the device names will change.
in my case the bootdisk c1t0d0s0 was c3t0d0s0 after booting with cdrom
to single user mode. 

/Preiszl Matthias

On Tue, 2003-01-28 at 19:09, Preiszl Matthias wrote:
> dear managers,
> i have a sun fire 280 with 2 internal fcal disks. i want to boot from
> cdrom and mount a filesystem from one of these disks.
> i tried but it won't work.
> do i have to load fcal drivers or something?
> thanks,
> /Preiszl Matthias
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