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Re: Problem detecting HP Tape Drive



Solved!

The answer is:

echo "engage scsi" > /proc/drivers/cciss/cciss1

With that thing everything worked fine.
Thanks every one for your help
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Mehdi Sarmadi


On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 8:31 PM, Nigel Wade <nmw ion le ac uk> wrote:

> Mehdi Sarmadi wrote:
>
>> That's my question!? /proc/scsi/scsi is empty
>>
>>
> I really don't know why that would be. /proc/scsi/scsi is part of the /proc
> pseudo
> filesystem. The fact that that "file" is empty indicates to me that there's
> something
> fairly fundamentally wrong with your SCSI driver setup.
>
> Does this happen when the system is newly booted?


Yes, It does.


> Does the same happen if the tape drives
> are disconnected from the SCSI bus?


Yes, but boot messages(before OS boot up) are not shown on the screen
obviously. I have no


>
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