Operating Systems SCO SCO OS 6 Driver for LSIL SAS1064E Raid Controller Post 303039592 by thm2222 on Thursday 10th of October 2019 02:13:49 AM
SCO OS 6 Driver for LSIL SAS1064E Raid Controller

Hi hicksd8,

Thank you for that tip.
I managed to download the OpenServer 6.0 enterprise server installation media and the MPT driver and install it.
This new installation is bootable from a 3rd hard disk connected to the same LSIL SAS1064E RAID controller, as the old installation.
I can now boot on that new hard disk and log in with root. The new root file system is mounted from /dev/root (I think).

The other two disks are configured as a RAID 1 in the board's configuration, in slot 3 and 4.
What would be the device name /dev/?? that I should mount to see and edit the files from the old installation on that RAID ?
Again, the RAID controller is LSIL SAS1064E. The driver is MPT 8.1.0.

Do I have to create the device first? command?
Since there is no entry in fstab, what would be the correct mount command?

Thanks,
Thomas.

 
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ahci(7D)							      Devices								  ahci(7D)

NAME
ahci - Advanced Host Controller Interface SATA controller driver SYNOPSIS
sata@unit-address DESCRIPTION
The ahci driver is a SATA framework-compliant HBA driver that supports SATA HBA controllers that are compatible with the Advanced Host Con- troller Interface 1.0 specification. AHCI is an Intel-developed protocol that describes the register-level interface for host controllers for serial ATA 1.0a and Serial ATA II. The AHCI 1.0 specification describes the interface between the system software and the host con- troller hardware. The ahci driver currently supports the Intel ICH6/7/8/9, VIA vt8251 and JMicron AHCI controllers which are compliant with the Advanced Host Controller Interface 1.0 specification. Note that while the Intel ICH6/7/8/9, VIA vt8251 and JMicron AHCI controllers support standard SATA features, the ahci driver currently only supports hard disk, ATAPI SATA DVD, hotplug and NCQ (Native command queuing). Port multiplier and power management are not yet supported. CONFIGURATION
The ahci module contains no user configurable parameters. FILES
/kernel/drv/ahci 32-bit ELF kernel module (x86). /kernel/drv/amd64/ahci 64-bit ELF kernel module (x86). ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attribute: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Architecture |x86 | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWahci | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
cfgadm(1M), cfgadm_sata(1M), prtconf(1M), sata(7D) Advanced Host Controller Interface 1.0 Writing Device Drivers NOTES
To bind the ahci driver to your controller, choose the [AHCI] BIOS option. Note that booting is not supported if toggle exists between the [IDE] and [AHCI] BIOS options SunOS 5.11 22 Jan 2008 ahci(7D)
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