gdt - Intel and ICP-Vortex GDT RAID driver
gdt* at pci? dev ? function ?
scsibus* at gdt?
The gdt driver provides support for all currently known ICP
GDT4x13RZ, GDT4x23RZ, GDT6000/6020/6050, GDT6000B/6010,
GDT6120/6520, GDT6513RS, GDT6518RS, GDT6523RS, GDT6530,
GDT6537RP, GDT6537RP1, GDT6537RP2, GDT6550, GDT6555,
GDT6557RP1, GDT6557RP2, GDT6x11RP, GDT6x11RP1, GDT6x11RP2,
GDT6x17, GDT6x17RP, GDT6x17RP1, GDT6x17RP2, GDT6x18RD,
GDT6x21RP, GDT6x21RP1, GDT6x21RP2, GDT6x25, GDT6x27,
GDT6x27RP1, GDT6x27RP2, GDT6x28RD, GDT6x28RS, GDT6x29RD,
GDT6x38RD, GDT6x38RS, GDT6x43RS, GDT6x53RS, GDT6x58RD,
GDT6x63RS, GDT7x13RN, GDT7x18RN, GDT7x19RN, GDT7x23RN,
GDT7x29RN, GDT7x38RN, GDT7x43RN, GDT7x53RN, GDT7x58RN,
GDT8x00RZ, GDT8x13RZ, GDT8x14RZ, GDT8x22RZ, GDT8x23RZ,
GDT8x24RZ, GDT8x33RZ, GDT8x43RZ, GDT8x46RZ, GDT8x53RZ,
Some Intel RAID controllers containing firmware derived from
are also supported.
Although the controllers are actual RAID controllers, the
them look just like SCSI controllers. All RAID configuration is done
through the controllers' BIOSes.
pci_mem_find: expected mem type 00000000, found 00000002
occurs during autoconfiguration if jumper J4 is set to map
memory below 1MB in physical memory. The driver primarily
jumper to be set the other way round, but it will work with
it in any
setting. If the diagnostic is considered a nuisance, alter
intro(4), pci(4), scsi(4), sd(4)
The gdt driver first appeared in OpenBSD 2.7.
The gdt driver was written by Niklas Hallqvist
by the Linux driver by
Achim Luebner <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
An ISA & EISA front-end is needed.
The driver does not yet support transparent raw SCSI mode.
It would be nice to configure the RAID units after boot but
on how to do that is not public.
OpenBSD 3.6 February 17, 2000
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