Operating Systems SCO SCO OS 6 Driver for LSIL SAS1064E Raid Controller Post 303042362 by thm2222 on Sunday 22nd of December 2019 06:55:30 PM
Hi all,

Yes, I now have installed a second SCO 6 instance on a 3rd hard disk in the same system and the same controller. I can now boot on that new instance and have root acceess there.
It runs in an intel Compaq box with an LSI Logic Corp MPT SAS RAID board SAS1064E-IR.

There are 3 disks.

In slot 4 is an ATA SATA disk that I boot from.

In slot 1 and 2 are SAS drives. They are configured to be in  a RAID configuration. 

SLOT      ID            LUN        Product

4              0              0              ATA (this is the new boot root disk)

4              1              0              LSILOGIC Volume (this is the RAID)

The new root device is /dev/root which is the ATA drive. 

The LSILOGIC Volume is the old RAID volume that also contains an SCO 6 installation. 
Now I need to get access to that old installation, but I can't seem to find the correct /dev/?? to mount. 

Which one would be the correct device(s) for the LSILOGIC Volume? 
If it is not there, how do I create it? mkdev…?.
And how do I mount it? Currently “mount /dev/sdxx /mnt/test” throws errors about not being a DOS drive or not being a correct device.

sdiconfig-l is 
bash-3.00# sdiconfig -l                                                                                                 
0:0,112,0: HBA     : (mpt,1)LSI Logic 1064E 10414                                                                        
   0,0,0: DISK    : ATA     WDC WD5000AAKX-61H18                                                                          
   0,1,0: DISK    : LSILOGICLogical Volume  3000                                                                         
1:0,2,0: HBA     : (ide,1) Generic IDE/ATAPI                                                                             
   0,0,0: CDROM   : PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-118L1.02                                                                        

Do I still have to run mkdev hd?

Thanks, T.
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SDHCI(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						  SDHCI(4)

sdhci -- PCI SD Host Controller bridge driver SYNOPSIS
To compile this driver into the kernel, place the following lines in your kernel configuration file: device mmc device mmcsd device sdhci Alternatively, to load the driver as a module at boot time, place the following lines in loader.conf(5): mmc_load="YES" mmcsd_load="YES" sdhci_load="YES" DESCRIPTION
The sdhci driver supports PCI devices with class 8 and subclass 5 according to SD Host Controller Specification. Driver supports up to six high speed 4bit MMC/SD slots per controller. Driver attaches mmc bus to the respective slot on card insertion and detaches it on card remov- ing. HARDWARE
The sdhci driver supports different specification compatible chips. The following chips have been verified to work: o ENE CB712 o ENE CB714 o RICOH R5C822 o RICOH R5CE823 o TI PCIXX21/XX11 SEE ALSO
mmc(4), mmcsd(4) SD Specifications, Part 2, SD Host Controller, Simplified Specification. AUTHORS
Alexander Motin <mav@FreeBSD.org> BUGS
Many of existing SD controller chips have some nonstandard requirements, proprietary registers and hardware bugs, requiring additional han- dling. ENE chips are handled to work fine, while some revisions of RICOH and TI controllers still do not see cards without some additional initialization. BSD
February 9, 2012 BSD
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