If you install additional SCSI devices, you must set a unique
identification (ID) for each SCSI device that you connect to the server.
This enables the UltraSCSI adapter to identify the devices and ensure that different devices
do not attempt to transfer data at the same time.
The UltraSCSI adapter in the server supports SCSI IDs 0 to 15. ID 7 is reserved for the adapter.
The scanning sequence for (preinstalled) SCSI devices process from the lowest SCSI ID to the highest SCSI ID,
starting with 0. If the server comes with a preinstalled hard disk drive, this is the startup drive, and it already
has a SCSI ID of 0.
If you install wide (16-bit) SCSI devices, you can set the IDs to any whole number between 8 and 15. If you
install narrow (8-bit) SCSI devices, you can set the IDs to any whole
number between 0 and 6. Refer to the instructions that come with the SCSI devices for information about setting a SCSI ID.
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