Mounting USB Flash Drives? - Solaris

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  1. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    as400 wrote:
    > I was playing with my USB drive and it still does not take it....What
    > can be possibly wrong? Heres what I did?
    >
    > # mount -F pcfs /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0:c /mnt
    > mount: No such file or directory


    I have recently been experimenting with both
    a 128 MB (Memorex) and a 512 MB (pqi) USB
    flash memory stick on Solaris 10, x86 and they
    work nicely after some tweaking.

    I looked in:
    http://www.sun.com/io_technologies/USB-Faq.html
    and some other docs at Sun.

    Some general observations:
    The hot plug-and-play mechanism handled by vold
    does not seem to work properly in Solaris 10, x86.
    When I plug out the stick the file system does
    not get unmounted. If I had the stick in at
    boot it was properly auto-mounted upon boot.
    Don't know if the "eject" command is supposed to work
    on USB memory sticks. When I used eject before plugging
    out the stick nothing seemed to happen, when used
    after plugging it out I got I/O error message.

    For trouble shooting it's good to stop vold when
    plugging in and out memory sticks and mount/unmount
    them manually. Notice that some sticks are unformatted
    and some are not out of the box.

    Below are some random notes I made when I played
    with the Flash memories, hope it helps:

    - Plug in USB stick
    # /etc/init.d/volmgt stop
    # rmformat (to find the logical file name of the device, you
    have to stop volmgt for this to work)
    Looking for devices...
    1. Volmgt Node: /vol/dev/aliases/rmdisk0
    Logical Node: /dev/rdsk/c2t0d0p0
    Physical Node: /pci@0,0/pci925,1234@7,3/storage@2/disk@0,0
    Connected Device: Memorex Flashdrive 501B PMAP
    Device Type: Removable

    # ls -l /dev/dsk/*p0 | grep storage
    lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 58 Jan 21 01:12 /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0
    -> ../../devices/pci@0,0/pci925,1234@7,3/storage@2/disk@0,0:q
    # mount -F pcfs /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0:c /mnt
    - That should be it
    - After plugging it out:
    # eject /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0 (had no impact)
    # umount /mnt

    Troubleshooting:

    - To check that USB is working on my system:
    # prtconf -pv | grep 000c03

    - should give some objects with class code 000c0300 (USB 1)
    and/or 000c0320 (USB2.0)

    - Check if the USB device is detected by the USB system:
    # cfgadm -vl
    :
    usb1/2 connected configured ok
    Mfg: Memorex Product: Flashdrive 501B NConfigs: 1 Config: 0 cfg str descr>
    unavailable usb-storage n /devices/pci@0,0/pci925,1234@7,3:2
    :
    - If you don't see the USB device here there is probably a
    more serious problem. I never needed to further troubleshoot
    since I always found my devices detected here.

    # prtconf -D | grep usb
    device, instance #0 (driver name: usb_mid)
    storage, instance #0 (driver name: scsa2usb)

    - This tells me that driver scsa2usb works for this device

    If the stick is formatted and automounted by vold,
    it will show up under:
    /rmdisk Subdirectory: unnamed_rmdisk or noname

    # df -k
    Filesystem kbytes used avail capacity Mounted on
    :
    /vol/dev/dsk/c2t0d0/unnamed_rmdisk:c
    123068 127 122941 1%
    /rmdisk/unnamed_rmdisk

    - This automounting only worked for me if the device was plugged
    in at boot time.

    The first stick I had was unformatted and the procedure
    described in the FAQ link above (Q. 22) did not work.
    # dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/rdsk/c4t0d0p0 count=16
    # mkfs -F pcfs -o fat=32 /dev/rdsk/c2t0d0p0:c
    -- Got some error about /dev/rdsk/c2t0d0p0 being "no block device"
    -- After formatting it on a Linux machine and trying again, it
    could be mounted.


  2. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    Hello KarlD,

    You may also try this documetn from SUN.
    http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/817...kisopuv?a=view

    Particular in "How to Use a Non-Complaint USB Mass Storage Device".

    I followed it and edited "/kernel/drv/scsa2usb.conf" and it works for my
    SD memory card

    Good luck.

    > as400 wrote:
    >
    >> I was playing with my USB drive and it still does not take it....What
    >> can be possibly wrong? Heres what I did?
    >>
    >> # mount -F pcfs /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0:c /mnt
    >> mount: No such file or directory

    > I have recently been experimenting with both
    > a 128 MB (Memorex) and a 512 MB (pqi) USB
    > flash memory stick on Solaris 10, x86 and they
    > work nicely after some tweaking.
    > I looked in:
    > http://www.sun.com/io_technologies/USB-Faq.html
    > and some other docs at Sun.
    > Some general observations:
    > The hot plug-and-play mechanism handled by vold
    > does not seem to work properly in Solaris 10, x86.
    > When I plug out the stick the file system does
    > not get unmounted. If I had the stick in at
    > boot it was properly auto-mounted upon boot.
    > Don't know if the "eject" command is supposed to work
    > on USB memory sticks. When I used eject before plugging
    > out the stick nothing seemed to happen, when used
    > after plugging it out I got I/O error message.
    > For trouble shooting it's good to stop vold when plugging in and out
    > memory sticks and mount/unmount them manually. Notice that some sticks
    > are unformatted and some are not out of the box.
    >
    > Below are some random notes I made when I played
    > with the Flash memories, hope it helps:
    > - Plug in USB stick
    > # /etc/init.d/volmgt stop
    > # rmformat (to find the logical file name of the device, you
    > have to stop volmgt for this to work)
    > Looking for devices...
    > 1. Volmgt Node: /vol/dev/aliases/rmdisk0
    > Logical Node: /dev/rdsk/c2t0d0p0
    > Physical Node: /pci@0,0/pci925,1234@7,3/storage@2/disk@0,0
    > Connected Device: Memorex Flashdrive 501B PMAP
    > Device Type: Removable
    > # ls -l /dev/dsk/*p0 | grep storage
    > lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 58 Jan 21 01:12
    > /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0
    > -> ../../devices/pci@0,0/pci925,1234@7,3/storage@2/disk@0,0:q
    > # mount -F pcfs /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0:c /mnt
    > - That should be it
    > - After plugging it out:
    > # eject /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0 (had no impact)
    > # umount /mnt
    > Troubleshooting:
    >
    > - To check that USB is working on my system:
    > # prtconf -pv | grep 000c03
    > - should give some objects with class code 000c0300 (USB 1)
    > and/or 000c0320 (USB2.0)
    > - Check if the USB device is detected by the USB system:
    > # cfgadm -vl
    > :
    > usb1/2 connected configured ok
    > Mfg: Memorex Product: Flashdrive 501B NConfigs: 1 Config: 0 > cfg str descr>
    > unavailable usb-storage n /devices/pci@0,0/pci925,1234@7,3:2
    > :
    > - If you don't see the USB device here there is probably a
    > more serious problem. I never needed to further troubleshoot
    > since I always found my devices detected here.
    > # prtconf -D | grep usb
    > device, instance #0 (driver name: usb_mid)
    > storage, instance #0 (driver name: scsa2usb)
    > - This tells me that driver scsa2usb works for this device
    >
    > If the stick is formatted and automounted by vold,
    > it will show up under:
    > /rmdisk Subdirectory: unnamed_rmdisk or noname
    > # df -k
    > Filesystem kbytes used avail capacity Mounted on
    > :
    > /vol/dev/dsk/c2t0d0/unnamed_rmdisk:c
    > 123068 127 122941 1%
    > /rmdisk/unnamed_rmdisk
    > - This automounting only worked for me if the device was plugged
    > in at boot time.
    > The first stick I had was unformatted and the procedure
    > described in the FAQ link above (Q. 22) did not work.
    > # dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/rdsk/c4t0d0p0 count=16
    > # mkfs -F pcfs -o fat=32 /dev/rdsk/c2t0d0p0:




  3. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    KarlD -

    Can you please tell me in detail on how to did you do this?? The
    manaual docs seems very cluttered with alot of information...So can you
    please please and please explain on how it seemed to work on yours?

    And somehow, it keeps telling me that the scsci device is unknown....


  4. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    On the FAQs list, what part did you read to get your USB Flash drive
    seen by Solaris 10?


  5. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    as400 wrote:
    > KarlD -
    >
    > Can you please tell me in detail on how to did you do this?? The
    > manaual docs seems very cluttered with alot of information...So can you
    > please please and please explain on how it seemed to work on yours?


    I assume you are running Solaris 10, x86.
    I would suggest you check the following outputs first:

    1. Check what USB modules modules you have:
    What does: "prtconf -pv | grep 000c03" say?

    2.
    After plugging in the device what does "cfgadm -vl" say ?
    Do you see the device there as usb-storage ?

    3. What is the output of "prtconf -D | grep usb"

    If the device is not recognized and properly linked to the
    scsa2usb driver you will have to edit the file:
    /kernel/drv/scsa2usb.conf
    as R. Chew suggesed above.

    You could also check what gets written in /var/adm/messages
    when you plug in the drive to get some more info.
    % tail -20 /var/adm/messages

    If the drive is identified go ahead with manual mounting
    if vold has not automounted the drive.


    On my system I get the following system outputs:
    1.
    % prtconf -pv | grep 000c03
    class-code: 000c0300
    class-code: 000c0300

    2.
    % cfgadm -vl
    :
    usb1/2 connected configured ok
    Mfg: Product: USB Mass Storage Device NConfigs: 1 Config: 0

    unavailable usb-storage n /devices/pci@0,0/pci925,1234@7,3:2
    :

    3.
    % prtconf -D | grep usb
    storage, instance #0 (driver name: scsa2usb)


    === This below assumes that the drive is NOT
    automounted by vold and visible in "cfgadm -vl"

    # /etc/init.d/volmgt stop
    # rmformat
    Looking for devices..
    :
    3. Logical Node: /dev/rdsk/c2t0d0p0
    Physical Node: /pci@0,0/pci925,1234@7,3/storage@2/disk@0,0
    Connected Device: Generic USB Flash Disk 0.00
    Device Type: Removable

    # mount -F pcfs /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0:c /mnt
    % ls -l /mnt
    % echo "Test" > /mnt/foo
    % cat /mnt/foo

    Unmount:

    # umount /mnt
    # eject /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0
    Unplug device
    # /etc/init.d/volmgt start


  6. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    Ok...Heres the output that I just did...Sorry for the delay I was doing
    things under Windows lately...

    $ prtconf -pv | grep 000c03
    class-code: 000c0300
    class-code: 000c0300
    $ cfgadm -vl
    Ap_Id Receptacle Occupant Condition
    Information
    When Type Busy Phys_Id
    usb0/1 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,2:1
    usb0/2 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,2:2
    usb1/1 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4:1
    usb1/2 connected configured ok
    Mfg: Product: NConfigs: 1 Config: 0 descr>
    unavailable usb-hub n /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4:2
    usb1/2.1 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n
    /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4/hub@2:2.1
    usb1/2.2 connected configured ok
    Mfg: Product: USB Mass Storage Device NConfigs: 1 Config: 0

    unavailable usb-storage n
    /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4/hub@2:2.2
    usb1/2.3 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n
    /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4/hub@2:2.3
    usb1/2.4 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n
    /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4/hub@2:2.4
    $ prtconf -D | grep usb
    storage, instance #0 (driver name: scsa2usb)
    $


  7. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    Here are my log messages:

    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown genunix: [ID 540533 kern.notice] ^MSunOS
    Release 5.10 Version Generic 32-bit
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown genunix: [ID 943906 kern.notice] Copyright
    1983-2005 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown Use is subject to license terms.
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown unix: [ID 126719 kern.info] features:
    1007fdf
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown unix: [ID 168242 kern.info] mem = 523644K
    (0x1ff5f000)
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown rootnex: [ID 466748 kern.info] root nexus =
    i86pc
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown rootnex: [ID 349649 kern.info] pseudo0 at root
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] pseudo0 is
    /pseudo
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown rootnex: [ID 349649 kern.info] scsi_vhci0 at
    root
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] scsi_vhci0 is
    /scsi_vhci
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown unix: [ID 406534 kern.info] ACPI detected: 2 13
    0 0
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown rootnex: [ID 349649 kern.info] pci0 at root:
    space 0 offset 0
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] pci0 is /pci@0,0
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown pcplusmp: [ID 637496 kern.info] pcplusmp: ide
    (ata) instance 0 vector 0xe ioapic 0x2 intin 0xe is bound to cpu 0
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown last message repeated 1 time
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown genunix: [ID 640982 kern.info] IDE device at
    targ 0, lun 0 lastlun 0x0
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown genunix: [ID 846691 kern.info] model ST360021A
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown genunix: [ID 479077 kern.info] ATA/ATAPI-5
    supported, majver 0x3e minver 0x0
    Jan 24 18:13:20 unknown genunix: [ID 228648 kern.info] ata_set_feature:
    (0x66,0x0) failed
    Jan 24 18:13:22 unknown pci: [ID 370704 kern.info] PCI-device: ide@0,
    ata0
    Jan 24 18:13:22 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] ata0 is
    /pci@0,0/pci-ide@1f,1/ide@0
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    selected
    Jan 24 18:13:22 unknown gda: [ID 243001 kern.info] Disk0: 'Gen-ATA ' Product 'ST360021A '>
    Jan 24 18:13:22 unknown ata: [ID 496167 kern.info] cmdk0 at ata0 target
    0 lun 0
    Jan 24 18:13:22 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] cmdk0 is
    /pci@0,0/pci-ide@1f,1/ide@0/cmdk@0,0
    Jan 24 18:13:23 unknown swapgeneric: [ID 308332 kern.info] root on
    /pci@0,0/pci-ide@1f,1/ide@0/cmdk@0,0:a fstype ufs
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    pci8086,1a31@1, pci_pci0
    Jan 24 18:13:23 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] pci_pci0 is
    /pci@0,0/pci8086,1a31@1
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    (i8042) instance 0 vector 0x1 ioapic 0x2 intin 0x1 is bound to cpu 0
    Jan 24 18:13:23 unknown last message repeated 1 time
    Jan 24 18:13:23 unknown pcplusmp: [ID 398438 kern.info] pcplusmp: i8042
    (i8042) instance #0 vector 0xc ioapic 0x2 intin 0xc is bound to cpu 0
    Jan 24 18:13:23 unknown i8042: [ID 526150 kern.info] 8042 device:
    keyboard@0, kb8042 # 0
    Jan 24 18:13:23 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] kb80420 is
    /isa/i8042@1,60/keyboard@0
    Jan 24 18:13:24 unknown pcplusmp: [ID 637496 kern.info] pcplusmp:
    pciclass,0c0300 (uhci) instance 0 vector 0x13 ioapic 0x2 intin 0x13 is
    bound to cpu 0
    Jan 24 18:13:24 unknown last message repeated 1 time
    Jan 24 18:13:25 unknown pci: [ID 370704 kern.info] PCI-device:
    pci8086,5054@1f,2, uhci0
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    /pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,2
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    bound to cpu 0
    Jan 24 18:13:25 unknown last message repeated 1 time
    Jan 24 18:13:26 unknown pci: [ID 370704 kern.info] PCI-device:
    pci8086,5054@1f,4, uhci1
    Jan 24 18:13:26 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] uhci1 is
    /pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4
    Jan 24 18:13:26 unknown unix: [ID 950921 kern.info] cpu0: x86
    (GenuineIntel family 15 model 2 step 4 clock 1993 MHz)
    Jan 24 18:13:26 unknown unix: [ID 950921 kern.info] cpu0: Intel(r)
    Pentium(r) 4 CPU 2.00GHz
    Jan 24 18:13:26 unknown usba: [ID 912658 kern.info] USB 1.10 device
    (usb8086,1122) operating at full speed (USB 1.x) on USB 1.10 root hub:
    hub@2, hubd0 at bus address 2
    Jan 24 18:13:26 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] hubd0 is
    /pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4/hub@2
    Jan 24 18:13:26 unknown genunix: [ID 408114 kern.info]
    /pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4/hub@2 (hubd0) online
    Jan 24 18:13:32 unknown pci: [ID 370704 kern.info] PCI-device:
    pci8086,244e@1e, pci_pci1
    Jan 24 18:13:32 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] pci_pci1 is
    /pci@0,0/pci8086,244e@1e
    Jan 24 18:13:33 unknown pcplusmp: [ID 637496 kern.info] pcplusmp:
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    bound to cpu 0
    Jan 24 18:13:33 unknown last message repeated 1 time
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    = 0:3:47:f0:ca:10
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    82558/82559 Ver 0.010.6 Driver: type "ether" mac address
    00:03:47:f0:ca:10
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    pci8086,3013@8, iprb0
    Jan 24 18:13:33 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] iprb0 is
    /pci@0,0/pci8086,244e@1e/pci8086,3013@8
    Jan 24 18:13:33 unknown genunix: [ID 454863 kern.info] dump on
    /dev/dsk/c0d0s1 size 512 MB
    Jan 24 18:13:34 unknown pseudo: [ID 129642 kern.info] pseudo-device:
    devinfo0
    Jan 24 18:13:34 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] devinfo0 is
    /pseudo/devinfo@0
    Jan 24 18:13:35 unknown pseudo: [ID 129642 kern.info] pseudo-device:
    pm0
    Jan 24 18:13:35 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] pm0 is
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    Jan 24 18:13:39 unknown /sbin/dhcpagent[49]: [ID 929444 daemon.warning]
    configure_if: no IP broadcast specified for iprb0, making best guess
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    (asy) instance 0 vector 0x4 ioapic 0x2 intin 0x4 is bound to cpu 0
    Jan 24 18:13:43 unknown last message repeated 1 time
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    Jan 24 18:13:43 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] asy0 is
    /isa/asy@1,3f8
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown pseudo: [ID 129642 kern.info] pseudo-device:
    vol0
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    /pseudo/vol@0
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown pcplusmp: [ID 398438 kern.info] pcplusmp: ide
    (ata) instance #1 vector 0xf ioapic 0x2 intin 0xf is bound to cpu 0
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown last message repeated 1 time
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 640982 kern.info] ATAPI device at
    targ 0, lun 0 lastlun 0x0
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 846691 kern.info] model LITEON
    DVD-ROM LTD163
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 640982 kern.info] ATAPI device at
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    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 846691 kern.info] model _NEC
    CD-RW NR-7900A
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown pci: [ID 370704 kern.info] PCI-device: ide@1,
    ata1
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] ata1 is
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    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 935449 kern.info] ATA DMA off:
    disabled. Control with "atapi-cd-dma-enabled" property
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 882269 kern.info] PIO mode 4
    selected
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 935449 kern.info] ATA DMA off:
    disabled. Control with "atapi-cd-dma-enabled" property
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 882269 kern.info] PIO mode 4
    selected
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 935449 kern.info] ATA DMA off:
    disabled. Control with "atapi-cd-dma-enabled" property
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 882269 kern.info] PIO mode 4
    selected
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 935449 kern.info] ATA DMA off:
    disabled. Control with "atapi-cd-dma-enabled" property
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown genunix: [ID 882269 kern.info] PIO mode 4
    selected
    Jan 24 18:13:52 unknown syslogd: line 24: WARNING: loghost could not be
    resolved
    Jan 24 18:13:53 unknown scsi: [ID 193665 kern.info] sd0 at ata1: target
    0 lun 0
    Jan 24 18:13:53 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] sd0 is
    /pci@0,0/pci-ide@1f,1/ide@1/sd@0,0
    Jan 24 18:13:53 unknown genunix: [ID 314293 kern.info] device
    pciclass,030000@0(display#0) keeps up device sd@0,0(sd#0), but the
    latter is not power managed
    Jan 24 18:13:53 unknown sendmail[345]: [ID 702911 mail.crit] My
    unqualified host name (unknown) unknown; sleeping for retry
    Jan 24 18:13:53 unknown sendmail[344]: [ID 702911 mail.crit] My
    unqualified host name (unknown) unknown; sleeping for retry
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    1 lun 0
    Jan 24 18:13:53 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] sd1 is
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    Jan 24 18:13:53 unknown genunix: [ID 314293 kern.info] device
    pciclass,030000@0(display#0) keeps up device sd@1,0(sd#1), but the
    latter is not power managed
    Jan 24 18:13:54 unknown pcplusmp: [ID 637496 kern.info] pcplusmp: fdc
    (fdc) instance 0 vector 0x6 ioapic 0x2 intin 0x6 is bound to cpu 0
    Jan 24 18:13:54 unknown last message repeated 1 time
    Jan 24 18:13:54 unknown isa: [ID 202937 kern.info] ISA-device: fdc0
    Jan 24 18:13:54 unknown fdc: [ID 114370 kern.info] fd0 at fdc0
    Jan 24 18:13:54 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] fd0 is
    /isa/fdc@1,3f0/fd@0,0
    Jan 24 18:13:56 unknown rootnex: [ID 349649 kern.info] xsvc0 at root
    Jan 24 18:13:56 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] xsvc0 is /xsvc
    Jan 24 18:13:57 unknown i8042: [ID 526150 kern.info] 8042 device:
    mouse@1, mouse8042 # 0
    Jan 24 18:13:57 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] mouse80420 is
    /isa/i8042@1,60/mouse@1
    Jan 24 18:13:58 unknown i8042: [ID 526150 kern.info] 8042 device:
    mouse@1, mouse8042 # 0
    Jan 24 18:13:58 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] mouse80420 is
    /isa/i8042@1,60/mouse@1
    Jan 24 18:14:10 unknown pseudo: [ID 129642 kern.info] pseudo-device:
    pool0
    Jan 24 18:14:10 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] pool0 is
    /pseudo/pool@0
    Jan 24 18:14:54 unknown sendmail[344]: [ID 702911 mail.alert] unable to
    qualify my own domain name (unknown) -- using short name
    Jan 24 18:14:54 unknown sendmail[345]: [ID 702911 mail.alert] unable to
    qualify my own domain name (unknown) -- using short name
    Jan 24 18:15:39 unknown pcplusmp: [ID 637496 kern.info] pcplusmp: lp
    (ecpp) instance 0 vector 0x7 ioapic 0x2 intin 0x7 is bound to cpu 0
    Jan 24 18:15:39 unknown last message repeated 1 time
    Jan 24 18:15:39 unknown isa: [ID 202937 kern.info] ISA-device: ecpp0
    Jan 24 18:15:39 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] ecpp0 is
    /isa/lp@1,378
    Jan 24 18:39:27 unknown rpcbind: [ID 564983 daemon.error] rpcbind
    terminating on signal.
    Jan 24 18:39:27 unknown pseudo: [ID 129642 kern.info] pseudo-device:
    pm0
    Jan 24 18:39:27 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] pm0 is
    /pseudo/pm@0
    Jan 24 18:39:58 unknown genunix: [ID 672855 kern.notice] syncing file
    systems...
    Jan 24 18:39:58 unknown genunix: [ID 904073 kern.notice] done
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown genunix: [ID 540533 kern.notice] ^MSunOS
    Release 5.10 Version Generic 32-bit
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown genunix: [ID 943906 kern.notice] Copyright
    1983-2005 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown Use is subject to license terms.
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown unix: [ID 126719 kern.info] features:
    1007fdf
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown unix: [ID 168242 kern.info] mem = 523644K
    (0x1ff5f000)
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown rootnex: [ID 466748 kern.info] root nexus =
    i86pc
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown rootnex: [ID 349649 kern.info] pseudo0 at root
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] pseudo0 is
    /pseudo
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown rootnex: [ID 349649 kern.info] scsi_vhci0 at
    root
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] scsi_vhci0 is
    /scsi_vhci
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown unix: [ID 406534 kern.info] ACPI detected: 2 13
    0 0
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown rootnex: [ID 349649 kern.info] pci0 at root:
    space 0 offset 0
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown genunix: [ID 936769 kern.info] pci0 is /pci@0,0
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown pcplusmp: [ID 637496 kern.info] pcplusmp: ide
    (ata) instance 0 vector 0xe ioapic 0x2 intin 0xe is bound to cpu 0
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown last message repeated 1 time
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown genunix: [ID 640982 kern.info] IDE device at
    targ 0, lun 0 lastlun 0x0
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown genunix: [ID 846691 kern.info] model ST360021A
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown genunix: [ID 479077 kern.info] ATA/ATAPI-5
    supported, majver 0x3e minver 0x0
    Jan 25 15:57:16 unknown genunix: [ID 228648 kern.info] ata_set_feature:
    (0x66,0x0) failed


  8. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    Ok...what do I have to do now in order to get this thing working...I
    REALLY REALLY need this to backup and restore all of my data in the USB
    drive....I have very important data in there...So, if you please if you
    would take the time to explain step by step like 1 to 10 steps I would
    appreciate it.

    $ cfgadm -vl
    Ap_Id Receptacle Occupant Condition
    Information
    When Type Busy Phys_Id
    usb0/1 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,2:1
    usb0/2 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,2:2
    usb1/1 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4:1
    usb1/2 connected configured ok
    Mfg: Product: NConfigs: 1 Config: 0 descr>
    unavailable usb-hub n /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4:2
    usb1/2.1 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n
    /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4/hub@2:2.1
    usb1/2.2 connected configured ok
    Mfg: Product: USB Mass Storage Device NConfigs: 1 Config: 0

    unavailable usb-storage n
    /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4/hub@2:2.2
    usb1/2.3 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n
    /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4/hub@2:2.3
    usb1/2.4 empty unconfigured ok
    unavailable unknown n
    /devices/pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4/hub@2:2.4
    $


  9. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    I just did this too:


    # mount -F pcfs /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0:c /mnt
    mount: /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0:c is not a DOS filesystem.


  10. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    I am really confused but Im actually getting somewhere .....Please
    explain further here...

    # /etc/init.d/volmgt stop
    # rmformat
    Looking for devices...
    1. Logical Node: /dev/rdsk/c1t0d0p0
    Physical Node: /pci@0,0/pci-ide@1f,1/ide@1/sd@0,0
    Connected Device: LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163 GNH1
    Device Type: DVD Reader
    2. Logical Node: /dev/rdsk/c1t1d0p0
    Physical Node: /pci@0,0/pci-ide@1f,1/ide@1/sd@1,0
    Connected Device: _NEC NR-7900A 1.23
    Device Type: CD Reader/Writer
    3. Logical Node: /dev/rdsk/c2t0d0p0
    Physical Node:
    /pci@0,0/pci8086,5054@1f,4/hub@2/storage@2/disk@0,0
    Connected Device: Flash Drive UT_USB20 0.00
    Device Type: Removable
    # mount -F pcfs /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0:c /mnt
    mount: /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0:c is not a DOS filesystem.
    # ls -l /mnt
    total 0


  11. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    Ok....

    Now I gave you all the command outputs that I could...

    But please tell me what to do next please.....

    I would appreciate it..


  12. Re: Mounting USB Flash Drives?

    as400 wrote:
    > Ok....
    >
    > Now I gave you all the command outputs that I could...
    >
    > But please tell me what to do next please.....
    >
    > I would appreciate it..
    >

    I can suggest what do do next, which will help not only in this task,
    but would have applied to *all* the others you have posted recently. I
    expect it will apply to new ones you think of too.

    1) Spend more time reading the online documents *thoroughly*. That does
    *not* mean "load a web page, read the first 2 paragraphs, find it is
    complex, so ask on usenet"

    2) Spend more time reading the man pages *thoroughly*. Print them out
    and take them to bed to read if you must.

    3) Spend more time trying to understand why people have told you things,
    before trying to do them.

    4) Spend less time telling us how important a certain task is.

    5) Spend less time telling us how long you have been trying to do a
    certain task.

    6) Spend *no* time telling us how the newsgroups discriminate against
    newbies.

    The above 6 points could have applied to *all* your posts about writing
    CDs, setting a timezone, printing pdf files, printing the console's
    contents and writing the USB flash device. They all have a very common
    theme - too much time posting to usenet, too little time reading
    documentation, too much time trying every combination of keystrokes you
    can think of.

    Sooner or later you are going to hit a task where "trying everything"
    will be dangerous and you need to get it right first time. If you don't
    learn to read a bit more, and type a bit less, you will soon have a
    broken system.

    I dread to think what you might do if you ever tried creating a file
    system, as "trying everything" get you in a real mess. Be warned, if you
    try creating a file system on your USB key!! You will find newfs a lot
    less forgiving than cdrecord.

    --
    Dave K

    http://www.southminster-branch-line.org.uk/

    Please note my email address changes periodically to avoid spam.
    It is always of the form: month-year@domain. Hitting reply will work
    for a couple of months only. Later set it manually. The month is
    always written in 3 letters (e.g. Jan, not January etc)

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