SCSI peripherals not recognized
The likely causes for a SCSI peripheral not
being recognized are:
The SCSI bus is terminated at some point between
the host adapter and the controller for the peripheral that
is apparently missing. The bus must be correctly terminated
at both ends only; no terminating resistors must be present
at any other place on the bus. Controllers usually use
plug-in terminating resistors or DIP switch
settings to allow termination. Check the intermediate
controllers on the bus for premature termination.
Incorrect termination can also lead to data corruption.
``SCSI termination problems''
for more information).
The target ID set on the controller board is the
same as that of another controller on the same bus.
The target ID set on the controller board differs
from that defined in the file /etc/conf/cf.d/mscsi.
Mixing scatter-gather and non scatter-gather host adapters
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