Summary Getting a tape device to work in Solaris 10

From: stan <>
Date: Tue Feb 28 2006 - 15:34:33 EST
On Sun, Feb 26, 2006 at 09:37:18AM -0500, stan wrote:
> I've got an Ultra 40 I'm setting up. I added an Adaptec LVD SCSI card in
> one of the PCI slots, and pluged a DLT80 drive at SCSI address into it.
> This drive and card pair were working fine in Linux. But I don't seem
> to have any devices in /dev/rmt/* . I've worked a bit on older SPARC
> based amchines with the SUN OpenBoot firmware, and I know on those
> machines, when I change hardware, I have to do a "boot -r". The Ultra
> 40 gas something that looks a whole lot like a PC BIOS. Do I have to do
> something equivilant to boot -r on it?
> If not, how can I get my device instance created for thsi tape? 
Sposedly devfs -C -v should do this.

Note that it presently is not workking for me though.

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