LSI MPT SCSI DRIVER
The function keys that can be used are: Footer Area This area provides static general help text information. To select an adapter, use only the arrow keys. The example for the Device Properties Menu is broken down into two tables. It also provides access to an adapter’s device settings.
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Format Allows low-level formatting on a disk drive if enabled. Some mostly newer devices run faster with disconnect enabled, while some mostly older devices run faster with disconnect disabled. The default value is 2 seconds with choices between 1 and 10 seconds. Queue Tags Indicates whether to allow the use of queue tags for a device.
Header Area This area provides static information text, which is typically the product title and version. The Boot Alert setting can be either No or Yes.
Specifies the maximum data width in bits. LUN 0 is always queried. Indicates whether to allow a device to disconnect during SCSI operations. Indicates whether an adapter has automatic termination control, and if so, its current status.
Ubuntu Manpage: mpt — LSI Fusion-MPT SCSI/Fibre Channel driver
If you decide to press Ctrl-Cthe npt changes to: Configuration data invalid, saving default configuration appears if the information that is stored in NVRAM is not valid. To select an adapter, use only the arrow keys.
This item specifies queue tag control to higher level device drivers. Alternate CHS Mapping utilizes an alternate, possibly less efficient mapping that may be required if a device is moved between adapters from different vendors.
Negotiate with devices This option sets the default value for synchronous and wide negotiations with specified devices. To continue osi displaying a message, specify No.
Indicates the order in which to scan SCSI identifiers on an adapter. With Media Installed provides removable media support regardless of the drive ordering.
osi Here is an example of the Global Properties Menu:. Two settings are allowed: Here is an example of the Adapter Properties Menu:. Removable Media Support Specifies the removable media support option for an adapter. If the utility is available, the following message also appears on your monitor: The Device Properties option allows you to view and update individual device settings for an adapter.
The first screen of the utility appears after a short delay. Use arrow keys up, down, left, right to position the cursor and select an item.
Since some changes only take effect after your system reboots, you must exit from this configuration utility properly. This option is only applicable to devices attached to adapter number zero in the boot list on non-BBS systems. Indicates whether to pause for user acknowledgement after displaying an alert message during boot. This option sets the default value for synchronous and wide negotiations with specified devices. Function range Boot Order Indicates the relative boot order of an adapter.
An adapter’s configuration is stored in its associated NVM.
All, None, or Supported. Formatting will default the drive to a byte sector size even if the drive had previously been formatted to another sector size. Throughout the graphical user interface provided with this configuration utility, all selections that are not permissible are grayed out.
The Adapter Xcsi option allows you to view and modify adapter settings.