On 4/18/21 2:21 PM, Ondrej Zary wrote:
> On Friday 16 April 2021 23:25:18 Maciej W. Rozycki wrote:
>> On Fri, 16 Apr 2021, Khalid Aziz wrote:
>>>>  Sadly I didn't get to these resources while they were still there, and 
>>>> neither did archive.org, and now they not appear available from anywhere 
>>>> online.  I'm sure Leonard had this all, but, alas, he is long gone too.
>>> These documents were all gone by the time I started working on this
>>> driver in 2013.
>>  According to my e-mail archives I got my BT-958 directly from Mylex brand 
>> new as KT-958 back in early 1998 (the rest of the system is a bit older).  
>> It wasn't up until 2003 when I was caught by the issue with the LOG SENSE 
>> command that I got interested in the programming details of the adapter.  
>>  At that time Mylex was in flux already, having been bought by LSI shortly 
>> before.  Support advised me what was there at Leonard's www.dandelion.com 
>> site was all that was available (I have a personal copy of the site) and 
>> they would suggest to switch to their current products.  So it was too 
>> late already ten years before you got at the driver.
>>  I'll yet double-check the contents of the KT-958 kit which I have kept, 
>> but if there was any technical documentation supplied there on a CD (which 
>> I doubt), I would have surely discovered it earlier.  It's away along with 
>> the server, remotely managed, ~160km/100mi from here, so it'll be some 
>> time before I get at it though.
>>  Still, maybe one of the SCSI old-timers has that stuff stashed somewhere.  
>> I have plenty of technical documentation going back to early to mid 1990s 
>> (some in the hard copy form), not necessarily readily available nowadays. 
>> Sadly lots of such stuff goes offline or is completely lost to the mist of 
>> time.
>>   Maciej
> Found the 3000763 document here:
> https://doc.lagout.org/science/0_Computer Science/0_Computer 
> History/old-hardware/buslogic/3000763_PCI_EISA_Wide_SCSI_Tech_Ref_Dec94.pdf
> There's also 3002593 there:
> https://doc.lagout.org/science/0_Computer Science/0_Computer 
> History/old-hardware/buslogic/



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