Curiosity: Is anyone else seeing lots of SCSI probs of F50's?

Curiosity: Is anyone else seeing lots of SCSI probs of F50's?

Post by Chuck Matter » Sat, 13 Jan 2001 00:13:17

This is just sort of an informal curiosity but I've got around 2000
F-50's in the field and it seems that any time I run errpt I'm assured
of seeing some complaints about a SCSI controller, cable, termination
or disk.  Yet for the most part they are stable solid performers.  Is
anyone else seeing this sort of reporting?
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