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Re: SATA on 5.0.6 or 5.0.7?

: "Steve M. Fabac, Jr." <smfabac@att.net> wrote in message 
: news:4325B488.908204F5@att.net...
: > Anyone running SCO 5.0.6 or 5.0.7 on servers with
: > SATA drives?
: >
: > I'd like to hear from anyone with SATA based servers and if
: > they met their exceptions for performance and reliability.
: >
: > In the past, I have always used SCSI drives for the performance
: > and customary 5 year warrantee.  Now SATA drives are available with
: > 5 year warrantee and manufactures claim the drives are equivalent
: > to SCSI performance at 40% less cost.
: >
: > I have checked my distributors and all the SATA drives I can find
: > are 7200 RPM with the exception of the 36G WD360GD 10k RPM SATA
: > drive.
: >
: > I have a request from a client running SCO 3.2v4.2 on 66 MHz 486
: > with 4G disk to upgrade to current hardware and OS.
: >
: > SCSI is overkill for this client and the 36G WD looks like a
: > good choice. I'll eliminate all SCSI by using Backup Edge
: > writing to a ATAPI DVD-RAM and upgrade the client to
: > 5.0.6 or 5.0.7 (SCO's web site suggests it has upgrades to
: > Enterprise 6.0 from Xenix/UNIX but there is no part number
: > listed and inquiries come up: Not Available).
: >
: >
: > --
: >
: >                                      Steve Fabac
: >                                       S.M. Fabac & Associates
: >                                        816/765-1670 

Without the expense of a SATA RAID controller and driver software,
SATA drives under 5.0.6 and 5.0.7 just run in IDE emulation mode.

Here's some good news. (No, I didn't change car insurance.)


There is an Intel-driven specification for the Advanced Host Controller
Interface (AHCI), which is available for relatively recent motherboards.

This specification includes support for SATA 1.5 and SATA II with
very high speeds and native command queuing (NCQ). NCQ improves performance
and is available on many newer SATA hard drives.

SCO OpenServer 6.0.0 has native support for AHCI, with a recently updated
AHCI 1.1 driver now available.

The AHCI driver natively supports these SATA devices at very high
transfer rates...
 - Hard drives
 - DVD drives
 - Iomega REV drives
 - Tape drives (requires 1.1 driver)

The OpenServer 6 filesystem is much faster than 5.0.x. A low end AHCI/NCQ
solution will probably significantly outperform a similarly configured
non-RAID SCSI 5.0.x system.

Note: You can't actually purchase a SATA tape drive yet, but we
know they work ;-)

Those attending the BackupEDGE training and certification classes in
New England in two weeks will see an OpenServer 6 system with ALL
of the devices mentioned above.



Tom
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[ace-users] ACE+TAO+CIAO
Hi all, We are pleased to announce the latest ACE+TAO+CIAO beta. This beta has been tagged ACE+TAO+CIAO-5_5_6. The main difference between this release and x.5.5 is that the ACE exception macros (except for ACE_THROW_RETURN and ACE_THROW_SPEC) have been removed from all TAO and CIAO code. It is available from the same download location as per the previous release. http://download.dre.vanderbilt.edu/ The doxygen documentation for the beta is also available. Included with this beta, besides the packages combined of sources and generate makefiles, we also provide source only packages for the group of users which use MPC to generate their own makefiles. We encourage you to download the new beta, use it with your applications, and let us know if you encounter any problems. Please use the: $ACE_ROOT/PROBLEM-REPORT-FORM $TAO_ROOT/PROBLEM-REPORT-FORM $CIAO_ROOT/PROBLEM-REPORT-FORM so that we have the proper version/platform/compiler/options you're using to report problems. We also request that you take a look at: $TAO_ROOT/docs/releasenotes/ for the status of various ongoing projects at the DOC groups of WashU, UCI, and Vanderbilt to move ACE+TAO+CIAO forward. Overviews of our recent progress and upcoming plans are available at: $ACE_ROOT/NEWS $TAO_ROOT/NEWS $CIAO_ROOT/NEWS The overall success rates for the test results gathered from all our daily builds is 96% for the ACE tests and 92% for the TAO tests. Please see: http://ww...

Upgrade from 5.0.7 to 6.0
I need to upgrade a system from Open Server 5.0.7 to 6.0. All of the customer's data is in /u which currently is not a separately mounted file system. Will the upgrade to 6.0 delete or otherwise adversely affect the data in the /u directory? If the upgrade will affect the data in /u, will making /u a separately mounted file system protect the data? Thanks for your assistance, Rodgers Hemer 206.523.2329 r.hemer@w-link.net Rodgers Hemer typed (on Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 01:09:39PM -0700): > I need to upgrade a system from Open Server 5.0.7 to 6.0. All of the > customer's data is in /u which currently is not a separately mounted > file system. > > Will the upgrade to 6.0 delete or otherwise adversely affect the data in > the /u directory? > > If the upgrade will affect the data in /u, will making /u a separately > mounted file system protect the data? > > Thanks for your assistance, Unfortunately, OSR 6 installation cannot preserve existing filesystems, so you'd better count on restoring /u from your backups. -- JP In article <20090324171700.GA8073@jpradley.jpr.com> Jean-Pierre Radley <jpr@jpr.com> writes: $Unfortunately, OSR 6 installation cannot preserve existing filesystems, $so you'd better count on restoring /u from your backups. There is some information on SCO's Web site regarding upgrading to OSR6 from previous versions. I don't feel it's as detailed as it should be, ...

Re: [tao-users] libTAO.so.1.4.0 link errors, SunOS 5.6/Forte 7 C++ 5.4
Hi > TAO VERSION: 1.4 > ACE VERSION: 5.4 Thanks for using the PRF! > HOST MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM: > SunOS somehost 5.6 Generic_105181-29 sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-4 > > TARGET MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM, if different from HOST: > same > > COMPILER NAME AND VERSION (AND PATCHLEVEL): > CC: Forte Developer 7 C++ 5.4 2002/03/09 > > AREA/CLASS/EXAMPLE AFFECTED: > Link error on libTAO.so.1.4.0 > > DOES THE PROBLEM AFFECT: > COMPILATION? > ace/config.h -> config-sunos5.6.h > include/makeinclude/platform_macros.GNU -> platform_sunos5_sunc++.GNU > > LINKING? > On Unix systems, did you run make realclean first?: No (new > tar.Z) > EXECUTION? > OTHER (please specify)? > > SYNOPSIS: > Link error on libTAO.so.1.4.0 > > DESCRIPTION: > Am trying to build with above config file, using "gmake distrib=1". > ACE compiles/links ok, when I get in $TAO_ROOT/tao, it compile everything > successfully, but at then end I get: > ld: fatal: symbol > `TAO::__RTTI__1CpknDTAOVRet_Object_Argument_T4CpnFCORBAGPolicy_nQTAO_Objref_ > Var_T4n0C_____' is multiply defined: > (file .shobj/PolicyC.o and file .shobj/DomainC.o); > ld: fatal: symbol > `TAO::__RTTI__1CpnDTAOVRet_Object_Argument_T4CpnFCORBAGPolicy_nQTAO_Objref_V > ar_T4n0C_____' is multiply defined: &...

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