Multi-initiator configurations are not supported.
The Plug N Play SCAM Support option is not supported.
Ensure that the Adaptec SCSISelect BIOS option Reset SCSI Bus at IC Initialization (under the Advanced Configuration Options menu) is set to Enabled. Run the SCSISelect utility by pressing Ctrl-A when you see the Adaptec banner during system boot.
Reboot the system after you install patches.
If you are both upgrading your Solaris Intel Platform Edition installation and adding a new device driver, you must first upgrade Solaris, then reboot your system, and then apply the Driver Update (DU), as follows.
Perform the Solaris upgrade. Do not apply the cadp DU at this time.
Reboot your system.
When the system has rebooted successfully, insert the DU diskette into the diskette drive and apply the DU as follows.
Mount the DOS formatted file system:
# mount -Fpcfs /dev/diskette0 /mnt
# cd /mnt/DU/sol_27/i86pc/Tools
Install the DU:
# . ./install.sh -i
Perform a reconfiguration reboot.
If you experience problems when using a narrow SCSI CD-ROM drive on the internal wide interface, disable "negotiate wide," "negotiate sync," or both for that device in the Adaptec configuration utility.
If you experience problems when using the narrow internal connector, then disable "de-selection" in the Adaptec configuration utility.
The Fujitsu narrow disk (M1603SAU) has been observed reselecting with an invalid queue tag ID. This is a violation of the SCSI protocol and it causes the cadp driver to behave erroneously. Because this is difficult to guard against, it is best to disable tagged queuing for these targets.
Use the iostat -E command to determine if you have a Fujitsu M1603S-512 disk. If you do, edit the /kernel/drv/cadp.conf file and add the property target n -scsi -options=0x1f78, where n is the target number.
The IBM external wide disk (DFHSS2W, Revision 1717) is not supported.