Are CD changers supported at this time? If so, which ones? Thanks in
advance for your reply
Noahal Mundt | MCI-Distributed Computing Services | Colorado Springs, CO
voice: 719.535.3620 | vnet: 622.3620 | fax: 719.535.6836
Don't be fooled by CD changers: you get what you pay for. They are
useless devices in a multiuser or networked environment.
>Noahal Mundt | MCI-Distributed Computing Services | Colorado Springs, CO
>voice: 719.535.3620 | vnet: 622.3620 | fax: 719.535.6836
We are working on a project where we'll collect large amounts of data,
and periodically we'll want to transfer several hundred MB of this
data to several client sites.
Since the old data is static, a CD-ROM solution seems perfect for us;
ideally we would store ~650MB of data per CD, and have several CDs
mounted in a CD-ROM changer. We would also have a CD recorder to
allow us to create CDs to send to our clients.
Do CD-ROM changers and CD-ROM recorders look like regular SCSI CD-ROM
devices to Solaris 2.x, so that they will work pretty much out of the
box, or do we need special drivers and mastering software even for our
very simple requirements?
Fredrik Nyman CACI 1120 G Street NW Suite 1000 Washington, DC 20005
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