Ok your ID could be from the range 0 to 7. The host adapter was always ID 7, so that left to you 0 to 6. Most PC operating systems wanted ID 0 as the boot drive (and most still do). HP machines would boot from the highest ID, Sun would boot from 3 but pretend it was 0, and so on. With SCO, there was no question: you booted from ID 0.
Wide devices now have ID's 0 to 15. The host adapter still usually gets the 7 slot, and it's still easier to set the boot disk to 0 for SCO and most other OS's.
The ID is usually set with jumpers or switches. These are often labeled (on the narrow devices) ID0, ID1, ID2. The values are binary; if ID0 is jumpered or turned on that's a "1", if ID1 is on that's "2", and if ID2 is on that's "4". By combining jumpers you can set any value from 0 to 7. For example, to get ID 5, you'd jumper ID0 and ID2. To get 3, you'd jumper ID0 and ID1, and for 6 you'd jumper ID1 and ID2
it seems that the /scsi@3 is fixed. Its something like what they call as Parameter for your example called as" SCSI ID 3". Does this mean a primary scsi channel ? Yes, probarbaly your system detect it as a primary SCSI.
Unable to make tape backup, please help.
/opt/ignite/bin/make_tape_recovery -a /dev/rmt/?mn -I -v -m tar -x inc_entire=vg00
* Creating local directories for configuration files and archive.
======= 04/25/16 16:28:08 IST Started /opt/ignite/bin/make_tape_recovery.
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Does anyone have any advise on trying to clean up a full filesystem? I can't rm any files because of the follow:
not removed: No space left on device
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Could anyone please help to resolve the below problem.
I installed RHEL5.5 in my desktop.But when i try to activate the ethernet connection then it gives me the error.
I spent 2 days for the above and go through with several suggestion found by googling. But no luck.
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