I am trying to setup a backup system using Bacula on CentOS 6.7 installed on eserver x345 but cannot find the drivers
Any help in finding the drivers will be much appreciated
thats a /really/ old tape library, like 18 or 20 years old, was originally a DEC product before the Compaq+DEC+HP transmutation.
what does lsscsi show ?
Once upon a time, Mustafa Mohammed said:
I set one of those up many years ago, probably RHEL 3 timeframe. No drivers are necessary for the library, although you will have to find a differential SCSI card that is still supported to connect it (don’t know about that; I haven’t touched parallel SCSI in ages, and the TL891 was probably the last high-voltage differential device I used).
ooof, if that thing is HVD, then plugging it into a regular SCSI card will likely blow up the card, and could fry the SCSI interface on the library too.
however, this manual, http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00626568.pdf suggests there’s two versions, HVD and regular fast-wide SE scsi. quite a bit of cabling is required.