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partition> print Current partition table (original): Total disk cylinders available: 1018 + 2 (reserved cylinders) Part Tag 0 root 1 var 2 backup 3 swap 4 unassigned 5 unassigned 6 usr 7 home 8 boot 9 alternates Flag wm wm wm wu wm wm wm wm wu wu Cylinders 3 12 13 16 0 - 1017 17 36 0 0 37 - 118 119 - 1017 0 0 1 2 Size 78.44MB 31.38MB 7.80GB 156.88MB 0 0 643.23MB 6.89GB 7.84MB 15.69MB Blocks (10/0/0) 160650 (4/0/0) 64260 (1018/0/0) 16354170 (20/0/0) 321300 (0/0/0) 0 (0/0/0) 0 (82/0/0) 1317330 (899/0/0) 14442435 (1/0/0) 16065 (2/0/0) 32130
Installing a Zip/Jaz Drive
The steps for installation are similar for both the Zip and Jaz drives: 1. Set the SCSI ID switch to any ID that is not reserved. 2. Attach the Zip or Jaz drive to your SCSI adapter or chain and ensure that it has power. 3. Create a device entry in /etc/format.dat by editing the file and inserting the following for a Zip drive:
disk_type="Zip 100"\ :ctlr=SCSI\ :ncyl=2406:acyl=2:pcyl=2408:nhead=2\ :nsect=40:rpm=3600:bpt=20480 partition="Zip 100"\
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:disk="Zip 100":ctlr=SCSI\ :2=0,192480 :2=0,1159168
For a Jaz drive, enter the following information in /etc/format.dat:
disk_type="Jaz 1GB"\ :ctlr=SCSI\ :ncyl=1018:acyl=2:pcyl=1020:nhead=64\ :nsect=32:rpm=3600:bpt=16384 partition="Jaz 1GB"\ :disk="Jaz 1GB":ctlr=SCSI\ :2=0,2084864
4. Perform a reconfiguration boot by typing
ok boot -r
at the OpenBoot prompt, or by using these commands from a superuser shell:
server# touch /reconfigure server# sync; sync; init 6
The drive should now be visible to the system. To actually use the drive to mount a volume, insert a Zip or Jaz disk into the drive prior to booting the system. After booting, run the format program:
# format
5. Assuming that the sd number for your drive is 3, select this sd as the disk to be formatted. Create the appropriate partition using the partition option, then create an appropriate label for the volume and quit the format program. 6. Next, create a new file system on the drive by using the newfs command; for example:
# newfs -v /dev/sd3c
7. After creating the file system, you can mount it by typing
# mount /dev/sd3c /mount_point
where /mount_point is something self-documenting (such as /zip or /jaz). You need to create this before mounting by typing the following:
# mkdir /zip
# mkdir /jaz
An alternate and more flexible approach is to use the ziptool program, which is available at http://fy.chalmers.se/~appro/ziptool.html. For Solaris 2.6 and greater, ziptool supports all Zip and Jaz drive protection modes, permits unconditional lowlevel formatting of protected disks, and supports disk labeling and volume management. The program has to be executed with root privileges regardless of the access permissions
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set on the SCSI disk device driver s entries in /devices. Consequently, if you want to let all users use ziptool, you must install it as set-root-uid:
# /usr/ucb/install -m 04755 -o root ziptool /usr/local/bin
NOTE You should note that running setuid programs has security implications.
After downloading and unpacking the sources, you can compile the program by using this command:
# gcc -o ziptool ziptool.c -lvolmgt
Of course, you need to ensure that the path to libvolmgt.a is in your LD_LIBRARY_PATH (usually /lib):
ziptool device command
where device must be the full name of a raw SCSI disk file, such as /dev/rsdk/c0t5d0s2, and command is one or more of the following:
rw RW ro RO WR(*) eject noeject Unlocks the Zip disk temporarily Unlocks the Zip disk permanently Puts the Zip disk into read-only mode Puts the Zip disk into a read-only mode that is password protected Protects the disk by restricting reading and writing unless a password is entered Ejects the current Zip disk Stops the Zip disk from being ejected
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