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    SubjectRe: What means 'model: ST1480 SUN0424' (was: NCR810 problems on 2.2.10-ac10)
    >>>>> "Gerard" == Gerard Roudier <> writes:

    Gerard> On Sat, 17 Jul 1999, Mike Frisch wrote:

    >> On Sat, 17 Jul 1999, Gerard Roudier wrote:
    >> > > Host: scsi0 Channel: 00 Id: 02 Lun: 00 > > Vendor: SEAGATE
    >> Model: ST1480 SUN0424 Rev: 7516 > > Type: Direct-Access ANSI SCSI
    >> revision: 02 > > Has somebody some idea about the above device
    >> model? > Precisely, what means 'SUN0424'?
    >> It is a regular SCSI-2 hard drive that was OEM'd by Sun. It has
    >> worked

    Gerard> I did guess the SUN part:), but was wondering about "O424". If
    Gerard> this corresponds to some patch numbering, people may want to
    Gerard> know of what it consists. But, after all, it is perhaps just
    Gerard> some SUN product naming.

    Maybe Sun decided to label it as what it really is, a 424MB disk
    instead of those bogus numbers the disk manufacturers use.


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