Operating Systems SCO SCO OS 6 Driver for LSIL SAS1064E Raid Controller Post 303039604 by hicksd8 on Thursday 10th of October 2019 05:51:09 AM
Phew! It's been a long time since I did this but AFAIR it goes like this for a configuration like you are trying to achieve (boot from add-in disk in order to see data on an old controller).

I managed to download the OpenServer 6.0 enterprise server installation media and the MPT driver and install it.
So you have installed the RAID controller driver???? How did you do that?? What command did you use?

From memory, I think it must be either.......

# custom


# scoadmin


# mkdev hd         <- This one might work in any case.

Now, to build such a configuration you would install SCO O/S on the new disk (which you have done) and then insert the RAID controller (okay it's already in there). You would then need to:
1. Run one of the above commands to add the RAID controller driver to the kernel.
2. Relink the kernel, say 'Y' to rebuild the boot environment, and reboot.
3. Run the same command AGAIN to add the disk(s) attached to the RAID controller into the kernel configuration. This will ask for stuff like bus# and unit# (like you would for a SCSI controller - unit# being SCSI ID, etc).
4. Relink the kernel AGAIN, say 'Y' to rebuild the boot environment AGAIN, and reboot AGAIN.
5. Now the device node (/dev/<whatever> should be there and the mount command is no different to any other disk.

6. If you configure the disk(s) wrongly you can run the command yet again to unconfigure, relink, and reboot. Then do it correctly.

I hope that helps. Perhaps you have installed the RAID driver, stopped there and not configured any disk(s)??????

As I said, this is all from memory. Another member, expert at SCO (jgt) might chip in and confirm whether I'm right or wrong.

Good luck. I'm sure you'll get there.

Last edited by hicksd8; 10-10-2019 at 08:06 AM..
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uhci - host controller driver SYNOPSIS
pcivid,pid@unit-address DESCRIPTION
The uhci host controller driver is a USBA (Solaris USB Architecture) compliant nexus driver that supports the Universal Host Controller Interface Specification 1.1, an industry standard developed by Intel. The uhci driver supports all USB transfers, including interrupt, con- trol, isochronous and bulk. FILES
/kernel/drv/uhci 32-bit ELF kernel module. (SPARC or x86). /kernel/drv/amd64/uhci 64-bit ELF kernel module. (x86). /kernel/drv/sparcv9/uhci 64-bit SPARC ELF kernel module. /kernel/drv/uhci.conf Driver configuration file. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+---------------------------------+ |ATTRIBUTE TYPE |ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+---------------------------------+ |Architecture |SPARC or x86 PCI-based systems | +-----------------------------+---------------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWusb | +-----------------------------+---------------------------------+ SEE ALSO
attributes(5), ehci(7D), hubd(7D), ohci(7D), usba(7D) Writing Device Drivers Universal Host Controller Interface Specification for USB 1.1 Universal Serial Bus Specification 2.0 System Administration Guide: Basic Administration http://www.sun.com/io DIAGNOSTICS
All host controller errors are passed to the client drivers. Root errors are documented in hubd(7D). In addition to being logged, the following messages may appear on the system console. All messages are formatted in the following manner: WARNING: <device path> <uhci><instance number>>: Error message... No SOF interrupts have been received. This USB UHCI host controller is unusable. The USB hardware is not generating Start Of Frame interrupts. Please reboot the system. If this problem persists, contact your system vendor. SunOS 5.11 26 July 2005 uhci(7D)
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