siop(4) man page correction

2011-02-07 Thread Mattieu Baptiste
Hi all,

According to src/sys/dev/ic/siop.c rev 1.6, siop(4) supports U160
SCSI. So it should be:

--- siop.4.orig Mon Feb  7 10:12:39 2011
+++ siop.4  Mon Feb  7 10:13:58 2011
@@ -85,11 +85,7 @@
 .Tn SCSI )
 .It
 53c1010 (PCI 64bit, dual Ultra3-Wide
-.Tn SCSI .
-.Em NOTE :
-at this time
-.Nm
-supports at most Ultra2-Wide with this chip)
+.Tn SCSI )
 .It
 53c1510D (dual Ultra2-Wide
 .Tn SCSI )


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Re: siop(4) man page correction

2011-02-07 Thread Kenneth R Westerback
On Mon, Feb 07, 2011 at 10:24:15AM +0100, Mattieu Baptiste wrote:
 Hi all,
 
 According to src/sys/dev/ic/siop.c rev 1.6, siop(4) supports U160
 SCSI. So it should be:
 
 --- siop.4.orig Mon Feb  7 10:12:39 2011
 +++ siop.4  Mon Feb  7 10:13:58 2011
 @@ -85,11 +85,7 @@
  .Tn SCSI )
  .It
  53c1010 (PCI 64bit, dual Ultra3-Wide
 -.Tn SCSI .
 -.Em NOTE :
 -at this time
 -.Nm
 -supports at most Ultra2-Wide with this chip)
 +.Tn SCSI )
  .It
  53c1510D (dual Ultra2-Wide
  .Tn SCSI )
 
 
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 Mattieu Baptiste
 /earth is 102% full ... please delete anyone you can.
 

Ultra2-Wide is U160. Ultra3 is U320. As I recall. So the page seems
correct to me. Unless you have evidence that U320 is supported.

 Ken



Re: siop(4) man page correction

2011-02-07 Thread Mattieu Baptiste
On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 5:12 PM, Kenneth R Westerback
kwesterb...@rogers.com wrote:

 Ultra2-Wide is U160. Ultra3 is U320. As I recall. So the page seems
 correct to me. Unless you have evidence that U320 is supported.

To me, Ultra2-Wide is different from U160 (Ultra3). And U160 is a
different beast than U320 (Ultra4).
Anyway, do you know any siop(4) adapter that is U320 capable?

See:
- 53c896 is Ultra2:
http://www.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/pdf/167155/ETC1/LSI53C896.html
- 53c1010 is U160, also known as Ultra3:
http://www.datasheetarchive.com/pdf/getfile.php?dir=Datasheets-308file=41220.pdfscan=

You can also check the NetBSD esiop(4) man page:
http://netbsd.gw.com/cgi-bin/man-cgi?esiop+4.sparc64+NetBSD-current

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