We used 75130 (PATA version), now we plan to use 75170 (SATA).
We tested SATA version with QNX4 - it doesn’t have SATA driver, so we used
it in legacy mode. But it was working fine, so I would say it should work
also in QNX6.
“Kevin Miller” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Ah, good news! The Accusys stuff looks better than Duplidisk, particularly
since it does hot swapping and initial mirroring without having to run any
Can you tell me what models you have used?
Since Neutrino apparently does not have a SATA driver, I have been
using a SATA drive by setting the BIOS to “legacy” mode, and using the QNX
EIDE driver. This is on a late-model Intel motherboard, D945GNT. Is this
the configuration that you have used for SATA drives?
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We use AccuSys devices (both PATA and SATA), they work fine for us.
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I recently received a Duplidisk 3 RAID 1 controller for SATA disks. It
turns out that I can’t use it, apparently because the DOS program that is
used to sync the disks up for the first time for a non-Windows OS does
not support SATA. I got in touch with Arco, and they said that they had
other complaints from QNX users about this. They also said that they were
working on a solution where the initial sync would be done from a Windows
machine talking to the DD3 via a serial port, eliminating the need for
the DOS program. For some reason, they have stopped answering my emails
about this. So,
It appears that they have Duplidisk 4 for SATA drives, where their
website claims OS independence. Has anyone tried this with Neutrino?
Has anyone any experience with the Windows sync software mentioned
above, with a DD3?
Can anyone recommend some other RAID 1 solution for Neutrino? I liked
Duplidisk, but it sounds like they might not be willing/able to support
OSs other than Windows and Linux.