NeXTSTEP disktab

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Archived NeXTSTEP /etc/disktab entries from http://deadstart.net/NeXT/disktab/

# Disktab for the QUANTUM ATLAS 10K 18WLS 18GB u160 (68 pin) Hard Drive
# Written by Brian Buchholtz
# E-mail: MaddMan79@aol.com
#
# Go ahead a freely distribute this file and edit it as you see fit. This
# is the first disktab I have ever written, so I'm sure it could be
# optimized. Please let me know if you find anything that could be improved
# or if you have any questions!
#
# These disktabs work fine with both 'newfs -n -v /dev/rsd?? Quantum-18WLS' and # 'BuildDisk'. OpenStep's 'fdisk' will still not be happy with these entries 
# but 'disk/dev/rsd?h' should be happy with the table. I wish I could find 
# an easier way to'umount' the first partition of the disk. I always get 
# "Device Busy" errors.
#
# Please note that these are two different disktab entries. Copy and paste only 
# one of them to use with your /private/etc/disktab. Make sure to back up your
# original and I take no responsiblity for any data loss. I am currently 
# running OpenStep4.2 Mach/Intel off of my Quantum-18WLS using the entries 
# from this disktab.
#
# This disktab will create 4x2.0GB partitions. You can easily add or remove 
# partitionsfrom this entry as you see fit.

Quantum-18WLS|QUANTUM ATLAS 10K 18WLS UCH0|QUANTUM ATLAS 10K 18WLS:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#10042:nt#12:ns#298:ss#512:rm#10000:\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1:192:hn=myhost:ro=a:\
	:pa#63:sa#4194304:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#4:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
	:ia:ta=4.3BSD:aa:\
	:pb#4194367:sb#4194304:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#4:db#4096:rb#10:ob=time:\
	:ib:tb=4.3BSD:ab:\
	:pc#8388671:sc#4194304:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#4:dc#4096:rc#10:oc=time:\
	:ic:tc=4.3BSD:ac:\
	:pd#12582975:sd#4194304:bd#8192:fd#1024:cd#4:dd#4096:rd#10:od=time:\
	:id:td=4.3BSD:ad:\

# This disktab will create 4x4.0GB partitions. This will work with
# 'BuildDisk'.

Quantum-18WLS|QUANTUM ATLAS 10K 18WLS UCH0|QUANTUM ATLAS 10K 18WLS:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#10042:nt#12:ns#298:ss#512:rm#10000:\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1:192:hn=myhost:ro=a:\
	:pa#63:sa#8288608:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#4:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
	:ia:ta=4.3BSD:aa:\
	:pb#8388671:sb#8388608:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#4:db#4096:rb#10:ob=time:\
	:ib:tb=4.3BSD:ab:\
	:pc#16777279:sc#8388608:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#4:dc#4096:rc#10:oc=time:\
	:ic:tc=4.3BSD:ac:\
	:pd#25165887:sd#8388608:bd#8192:fd#1024:cd#4:dd#4096:rd#10:od=time:\
	:id:td=4.3BSD:ad:\

# Further notes:
# 
# When you use 'Build Disk', 'disk', or 'newfs', OpenStep will only report 
# your hard drive as 1,134MB. This is actually correct. Remember, OpenStep was
# only designed to handle drives no larger than 8,288,608 bytes or 8,192MB. 
# OpenStep will only report the hard drive's size as what's over 8,192MB. What
# is happening is 17,930,793.5 bytes (or 35,877,971 @ 512 bytes/sector) - 
# 8,288,608bytes gives you 9,550,377.5 bytes (or 9,326.5MB). 9,326.5MB is 
# still larger than the 8.0GB barrier. So, once again, 9,550,377.5 bytes - 
# 8,288,608 bytesgives you 1,161,769.5 bytes (or 1,134.5MB).
#
# I hope this info helps!
#
# LONG LIVE OPENSTEP!
#
# Conner CFP4207S  4.28GB with 2 equal partitions of approx 2 GB.
# font 8 Aug 1995
#
CFP4207S|CONNER CFP4207S:\
        :ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#3999:nt#20:ns#125:ss#512:rm#7200:\
        :fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
        :os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=brow:\
        :pa#0:sa#4194144:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#4096:ra#10:\
        :oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
        :pb#4194144:sb#4194144:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#32:db#4096:\
        :rb#10:ob=time:ib:tb=4.3BSD:
# DEC DSP3105S, 512-byte sectors
#
DEC1GB3P|DEC DSP3105S-512:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#2570:nt#14:ns#29:ss#1024:rm#3600:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:ro=a:rw=b:\
	:pa#0:sa#410870:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:aa#1:\
	:pb#410870:sb#460800:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#16:db#4096:rb#10:ob=time:\
		:tb=4.3BSD:ab#0:\
	:pc#871670:sc#153600:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#16:dc#4096:rc#10:oc=time:\
		:tc=4.3BSD:ac#0:

# As above, with three partitions
DEC1GB4P|DEC DSP3105S-512:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#2570:nt#14:ns#29:ss#1024:rm#3600:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:ro=a:rw=b:\
	:pa#0:sa#308470:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:aa#1:\
	:pb#308470:sb#460800:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#16:db#4096:rb#10:ob=time:\
		:tb=4.3BSD:ab#0:\
	:pc#769270:sc#153600:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#16:dc#4096:rc#10:oc=time:\
		:tc=4.3BSD:ac#0:\
	:pd#922870:sd#102400:bd#8192:fd#1024:cd#16:dd#4096:rd#10:od=time:\
		:td=4.3BSD:ad#0:

# As above, with one partition
DEC1GB1P|DEC DSP3105S-512:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#2570:nt#14:ns#29:ss#1024:rm#3600:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:ro=a:rw=b:\
	:pa#0:sa#1043420:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:aa#0:
#
#  1 GB Fujitsu M1606S (1024 byte block size)
#	written by Charles Wiles 
#
M1606S|M1606S-1024|FUJITSU M1606S-1024:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:ns#50:nt#6:nc#3457:rm#5400:ss#1024:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:hn=localhost:ro=a:rw=b:\
	:pa#0:sa#1132465:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#8192:ra#10:\
	:oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:
# FUJITSU M2512A
#
m2512a|M2512A|FUJITSU M2512A|Fujitsu M2512A|FUJITSU M2512A 1304AE:\
	:ty=removable_rw_optical:nc#80:nt#2:ns#1394:ss#1024:rm#3600:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:ro=a:rw=b:\
	:pa#0:sa#223002:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#2:da#4096:ra#0:oa=time:\
	:ia:aa:ta=4.3BSD:
#
# Fujitsu M2654S-1024
#
# This has been re-formatted to 1024-byte sectors by sdformat.
#
fujitsu m2654s-1024|m2654s-1024|FUJITSU M2654S-1024:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#2170:nt#21:ns#44:ss#1024:rm#5400:\
	:fp#130:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#81:\
	:pa#0:sa#2005080:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#8:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
	:ia:ta=4.3BSD:aa:
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# HP C3010, 2GB/1910MG, 512-byte sectors
#
#   Daniel E. Hartley, 29 August 1999
#
#	/usr/etc/scsimodes tells us:
#	Drive type: HP C3010 0BH4
#		512 bytes per sector
#		96 sectors per track
#		19 tracks per cylinder
#		2325 cylinder per volume (including spare cylinders)
#		0 spare sectors per cylinder
#		1311 alternate tracks per volume
#		3912171 usable sectors on volume
#
#	so, we construct a disktab thusly:
#
# [Note that sum of partition sizes plus the SCSI front porch
#   must be <= total usable sectors; e.g., 3911851+320=3912171]

HPC3010.5|HP C3010 0BH4|HP-C3010-512:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#2325:nt#19:ns#96:ss#512:rm#5400:\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=localhost:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#3911851:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#4096:ra#10:\
		:oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
Notes:	This table defines a single partition. BIOS translation has to be enabled in the SCSI controller. The configuration can use synchronous mode and parity checking, = but no command queuing.

# Hewlett-Packard 3725S
HPC3725S|HPC3725S-512|HP C3725S 5153:\
	:ty=3Dfixed_rw_scsi:nc#3703:nt#9:ns#140:ss#512:rm#5400:\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=3Dsdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=3Dlocalhost:ro=3Da:\
	:pa#0:sa#4193737:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#4096:ra#10:oa=3Dtime:\
	:ia:ta=3D4.3BSD:
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# IBM Ultrastar 2ES. DCAS-32160 (2.16 GB), 512-byte sectors
#
#   Daniel E. Hartley, 7 September 1997
#
#        /usr/etc/scsimodes tells us:
#               Drive type: IBM DCAS-32160 !#
#               512 bytes per sector
#               171 sectors per track
#               3 tracks per cylinder
#               8188 cylinder per volume (including spare cylinders)
#               0 spare sectors per cylinder
#               0 alternate tracks per volume
#               4226724 usable sectors on volume
#        so, we construct a disktab thusly:
#
# [Note that sum of partition sizes plus the SCSI front porch
#   must be <= total usable sectors; e.g., 4194304+32100+320=4226724]
#
DCAS-32160-512|IBM Ultrastar 2ES DCAS-32160-512:\
        :ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#8188:nt#3:ns#171:ss#512:rm#5400:\
        :fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
        :os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=localhost:ro=a:\
        :pa#0:sa#4194304:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#4096:ra#10:\
                :oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
        :pb#4194304:sb#32100:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#32:db#4096:rb#10:\
                :ob=time:ib:tb=4.3BSD:
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# IBM Ultrastar 2ES. DCAS-34330 (4.33 GB), 512-byte sectors
#
#   Daniel E. Hartley, 26 February 1998
#
#       /usr/etc/scsimodes tells us:
#               Drive type: IBM DCAS-34330 !#
#               512 bytes per sector
#               171 sectors per track
#               6 tracks per cylinder
#               8205 cylinder per volume (including spare cylinders)
#               0 spare sectors per cylinder
#               0 alternate tracks per volume
#               8467199 usable sectors on volume
#       so, we construct a disktab thusly:
#
# [Note that sum of partition sizes plus the SCSI front porch must
#   be <= total usable sectors; e.g., (2*4194304)+78271+320=8467199]
#
# [The following allocates approximately 2 GB to each of the first and
#  second partitions and the small residual 40 MB to the third partition.]
#
DCAS-34330-512|IBM Ultrastar 2ES DCAS-34330-512:\
        :ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#8205:nt#6:ns#171:ss#512:rm#5400:\
                :fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
                :os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=localhost:ro=a:\
        :pa#0:sa#4194304:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#8192:ra#10:\
                :oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
        :pb#4194304:sb#4194304:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#16:db#8192:rb#10:\
                :ob=time:ib:tb=4.3BSD:\
        :pc#8388608:sc#78271:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#16:dc#8192:rc#5:\
                :oc=time:ic:tc=4.3BSD:
#------------------------------------------------------------------------


#
# [NOTE:  The following allocates approximately 1 GB to the first and
#  third partitions and 2 GB to the second partition.]
#
DCAS-34330|IBM DCAS-34330:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#8205:nt#6:ns#171:ss#512:rm#5400:\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=localhost:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#2100000:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#8:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
	:pb#2100000:sb#4194304:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#8:db#4096:rb#10:ob=time:\
		:ib:tb=4.3BSD:\
	:pc#6294304:sc#2172500:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#8:dc#2048:rc#10:oc=time:\
		:ic:tc=4.3BSD:\
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# IBM DCHS-04U, 4.3GB, 512-byte sectors
#
#   Daniel E. Hartley, 21 April 2001
#
#	/usr/etc/scsimodes tells us:
#		Drive type: IBM DCHS04U 64646810B82
#		512 bytes per sector
#		184 sectors per track
#		9 tracks per cylinder
#		6077 cylinder per volume (including spare cylinders)
#		0 spare sectors per cylinder
#		0 alternate tracks per volume
#		8813869 usable sectors on volume
#
#	so, we construct a disktab thusly:
#
# [Note that sum of partition sizes plus the SCSI front porch must
#   be <= total usable sectors; e.g., (2*4194304)+424941+320=8813869]
#
DCHS04U|IBM-DCHS04U-512|IBM DCHS04U 64646810B82:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#6077:nt#9:ns#184:ss#512:rm#7200:\
		:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
		:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=localhost:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#4194304:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#8192:ra#10:\
		:oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
	:pb#4194304:sb#4194304:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#16:db#8192:rb#10:\
		:ob=time:ib:tb=4.3BSD:\
	:pc#8388608:sc#424941:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#16:dc#8192:rc#5:\
		:oc=time:ic:tc=4.3BSD:
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Drive type: IBM DNES-309170
# 512 bytes per sector
# 320 sectors per track
# 5 tracks per cylinder
# 11474 cylinder per volume (including spare cylinders)
# 0 spare sectors per cylinder
# 0 alternate tracks per volume
# 17916239 usable sectors on volume
#
# 9.3 GB
#
#	a 1GB
#	b 1GB
#	c 2GB
#	d 2GB
#	e 2GB
#	f ~1GB
#
DNES-309170|IBM DNES-309170:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#11474:nt#5:ns#320:ss#512:rm#7200:\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=localhost:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#2097152:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#8192:ra#10:oa=time:\
	:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
	:pb#2097152:sb#2097152:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#16:db#8192:rb#10:ob=time:\
	:ib:tb=4.3BSD:\
	:pc#4194304:sc#4194304:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#16:dc#8192:rc#10:oc=time:\
	:ic:tc=4.3BSD:\
	:pd#8388608:sd#4194304:bd#8192:fd#1024:cd#16:dd#8192:rd#10:od=time:\
	:id:td=4.3BSD:\
	:pe#12582912:se#4194304:be#8192:fe#1024:ce#16:de#8192:re#10:oe=time:\
	:ie:te=4.3BSD:\
	:pf#16777216:sf#1138702:bf#8192:ff#1024:cf#16:df#8192:rf#5:of=time:\
	:if:tf=4.3BSD:\
# Iomega Jaz
#
iomega jaz|iomega jaz 1GB|iomega jaz 1GB G.60|iomega jaz 1GB G.6002/1:\
	:ty=removable_rw_scsi:nc#1021:nt#64:ns#32:ss#512:rm#5394:\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:\
	:pa#0:sa#2045952:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#8:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:aa:
# For a 2GB jaz disk:
jaz2GB|iomega jaz|iomega jaz 2GB|iomega  jaz 2GB Rev E.16:\
	:ty=removable_rw_scsi:nc#1911:nt#64:ns#32:ss#512:rm#5394:\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:\
	:pa#0:sa#3915280:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#8:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
	:ia:ta=4.3BSD:aa:
mi4345ns|MI4345NS| MICROP 4345NS-512|Micropolis 4345NS-x43h\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#4811:nt#9:ns#207:ss#512:rm#7200\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0\
	:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=localhost:ro=a\
	:pa#0:sa#1065911:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD\
	:pb#1065911:sb#3911899:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#16:db#4096:rb#10:ob=time\
		:ib:tb=4.3BSD\
	:pc#4977810:sc#3911898:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#16:dc#4096:rc#10:oc=time\
		:ic:tc=4.3BSD
# Quantum Empire 2100S 2GB drive:
#
QUANTUM EMPIRE_2100S|EMPIRE_2100S:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#3053:nt#12:ns#137:ss#1024:rm#5400:\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#2054140:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:
# Quantum XP34300 with three almost equal partitions
#
XP34300|Quantum XP34300|Quantum XP34300 L912CX5:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#3907:nt#20:ns#109:ss#512:rm#7200:\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=localhost:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#2786400:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#8:da#2048:ra#10:oa=time:\
	:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
	:pb#2786400:sb#2786400:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#8:db#2048:rb#10:ob=time:\     
	:ib:tb=4.3BSD:\
	:pc#5572800:sc#2786399:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#8:dc#2048:rc#10:oc=time:\     
	:ic:tc=4.3BSD:
# SEAGATE ST1480
ST1480|SEAGATE ST1480|SEAGATE ST1480 w/1024 byte sectors as 1 partition:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#1476:nt#9:ns#34:ss#1024:rm#3600:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#429815:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:
		
# SEAGATE ST1480
ST1480|SEAGATE ST1480|SEAGATE ST1480 w/512 byte sectors as 1 partition:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#1476:nt#9:ns#64:ss#1024:rm#3600:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#416103:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:
# SEAGATE ST41650
ST41650|SEAGATE ST41650|SEAGATE ST41650 w/1024 byte sectors as 1 partition:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#2107:nt#15:ns#47:ss#1024:rm#3600:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#1455875:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:

# SEAGATE ST41650
ST41650|SEAGATE ST41650|SEAGATE ST41650 w/1024 byte sectors as 1 partition:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#2107:nt#15:ns#47:ss#1024:rm#3600:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#1453925:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:
# Seagate ST11200N, 512 byte blocks
#
SEAGATE1GB4P|SEAGATE ST11200N-512:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#1872:nt#15:ns#37:ss#1024:rm#3600:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:ro=a:rw=b:\
	:pa#0:sa#308470:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:aa#1:\
	:pb#308470:sb#460800:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#16:db#4096:rb#10:ob=time:\
		:tb=4.3BSD:ab#0:\
	:pc#769270:sc#153600:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#16:dc#4096:rc#10:oc=time:\
		:tc=4.3BSD:ac#0:\
	:pd#922870:sd#106540:bd#8192:fd#1024:cd#16:dd#4096:rd#10:od=time:\
		:td=4.3BSD:ad#0:

SEAGATE1GB1P|SEAGATE ST11200N-512:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#1872:nt#15:ns#37:ss#1024:rm#3600:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:ro=a:rw=b:\
	:pa#0:sa#1029410:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:aa#0:
#
#  2 GB Seagate Hawk  (1024 byte block size)
#
#  NB. This disktab specifies three partitions
#	written by Charles Wiles 
#
ST12400N|ST12400N-1024|SEAGATE ST12400N:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:ns#44:nt#19:nc#2621:rm#5400:ss#1024:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:hn=localhost:ro=a:rw=b:\
	:pa#0:sa#819200:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#8192:ra#10:\
	:oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
	:pb#819200:sb#158720:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#16:db#8192:rb#10:\
	:ob=time:ib:tb=4.3BSD:\
	:pc#977920:sc#1214744:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#16:dc#8192:rc#10:\
	:oc=time:ic:tc=4.3BSD:


# A Seagate ST12400N 2GB drive:
#
ST12400N-2|SEAGATE ST12400N:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#2621:nt#19:ns#82:ss#1024:rm#5411:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#2097000:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#4:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
		:ia:ta=4.3BSD:
# SEAGATE ST15150N
SEAGATE|SEAGATE ST15150N|SEAGATE ST15150N 001700:\
        :ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#3712:nt#21:ns#56:ss#1024:rm#7200:\
        :fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
        :os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:hn=localhost:ro=a:\
        :pa#0:sa#2097152:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#8:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\
                :ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
        :pb#2097152:sb#2097152:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#8:db#4096:rb#10:ob=time:\
                :ib:tb=4.3BSD:\
        :pc#4194304:sc#194295:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#8:dc#4096:rc#10:oc=time:\
                :ic:tc=4.3BSD:
#
#  1 GB Seagate Hawk 2LP (1024 byte block size)
#	written by Charles Wiles 
#
ST31230N|ST31230N-1024|SEAGATE ST31230N:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:ns#55:nt#5:nc#3992:rm#6300:ss#1024:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:hn=localhost:ro=a:rw=b:\
	:pa#0:sa#1088869:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#8192:ra#10:\
	:oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:
# Disktab entry for Seagate Hawk2LP ST32430N
#
# LowLevel Formatting: 1024 bytes per sector
# Gain from reformating to 1024Bytes/Sector format: 115480 KB
# 
# Interface: ASA II (Advanced SCSI Architecture -  Digital Audio/Video SCSI II)
# Formated usable capacity as reported by scsimodes: 2.11161 GB (2214182 KB)
#
# Partition a:   1.5   GB
# Partition b: 626.131 MB (641158 KB)
#
ST32430N|ST32430N-1024|SEAGATE ST32430N-1024:\\
:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#3992:nt#9:ns#62:ss#1024:rm#5411:\\
:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\\
:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:hn=pegasus:ro=a:\\
:pa#0:sa#1573002:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#12:da#4096:ra#5:oa=time:\\
:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\\
:pb#1573002:sb#641020:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#12:db#4096:rb#10:ob=time:\\
:ib:tb=4.3BSD:
# LowLevel Formatting: 512 bytes per sector
# 
# Interface: ASA II (Advanced SCSI Architecture -  Digital Audio/Video SCSI II)
# Formated usable capacity as reported by scsimodes: 2.00133 GB (2098542 KB)
#
# Partition a:   1.5   GB
# Partition b: 513.357 MB (525678 KB)
#
ST32430N-512|SEAGATE ST32430N-512:\\
:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#3992:nt#9:ns#117:ss#512:rm#5411:\\
:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\\
:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=pegasus:ro=a:\\
:pa#0:sa#3146364:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#4096:ra#5:oa=time:\\
:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\\
:pb#3146364:sb#1050720:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#16:db#4096:rb#10:ob=time:\\
:ib:tb=4.3BSD:
# 
# One 2GB partition:
# You loose 1390KB of the physical disks capacity (2.00133 GB)
# Replace the last four lines (without the '#') by:
#
#:pa#0:sa#4194304:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:\\
#:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\\
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# SEAGATE ST34520N, 512-byte sectors
#
#   Whom to blame:  Dan Hartley, 28 April 2000
#
#	/usr/etc/scsimodes tells us:
#		Drive type: SEAGATE ST34520N
#		512 bytes per sector
#		246 sectors per track
#		4 tracks per cylinder
#		9006 cylinder per volume (including spare cylinders)
#		0 spare sectors per cylinder
#		0 alternate tracks per volume
#		8888923 usable sectors on volume
#	so, we construct a disktab thusly:
#
# [Note that sum of partition sizes plus the SCSI front porch must
#   be <= total usable sectors; e.g., (2*4194304)+499995+320=8888923]
#
SEAGATE ST34520N|SEAGATE ST34520N-512:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#9006:nt#4:ns#246:ss#512:rm#7200:\
		:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
		:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=localhost:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#4194304:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#8192:ra#10:\
		:oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
	:pb#4194304:sb#4194304:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#16:db#8192:rb#10:\
		:ob=time:ib:tb=4.3BSD:\
	:pc#8388608:sc#499995:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#16:dc#8192:rc#5:\
		:oc=time:ic:tc=4.3BSD:
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# disktab entry for Seagate ST34572N 4.5GB Drive
# This entry creates 3 partitions, one ~2GB partition
# and two smaller ~1GB partitions.
# Colin Henein 
st34572n|ST34572N|ST34572N-512|SEAGATE ST34572N:\
        :ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#6300:nt#8:ns#178:ss#512:rm#7200:\
        :fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
        :os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:hn=localhost:ro=a:\
        :pa#0:sa#4194000:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#4096:\
        :ra#10:oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
        :pb#4194000:sb#2347301:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#32:db#4096:\
        :rb#10:ob=time:ib:tb=4.3BSD:\
        :pc#6541301:sc#2347301:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#32:dc#4096:\
        :rc#10:oc=time:ic:tc=4.3BSD:
#
#  2 GB Seagate Wren 9  (1024 byte block size)
#
#  NB. This disktab specifies three partitions
#	written by Charles Wiles 
#
ST42100N|ST42100-1024|ST42100|SEAGATE ST42100:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:ns#52:nt#15:nc#2574:rm#3600:ss#1024:\
	:fp#160:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#32:z1#96:hn=localhost:ro=a:rw=b:\
	:pa#0:sa#793600:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#16:da#8192:ra#10:\
	:oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
	:pb#793600:sb#358400:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#16:db#8192:rb#10:\
	:ob=time:ib:tb=4.3BSD:\
	:pc#1152000:sc#803583:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#16:dc#8192:rc#10:\
	:oc=time:ic:tc=4.3BSD:
#
# Humbly offered by J. Kelly Cunningham .
#
# This is my first attempt at a disktab entry.  Feel free to optimize; 
# please let me know if you do for I have no idea what I am doing.
# 
# This /etc/disktab entry will produce a 1.75GB/18.2MB (usable) partition of 
# the Seagate ST52160N.
#
# Some minor editing by David Evans
#
ST52160N|ST52160N|SEAGATE ST52160N-512:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#6536:nt#4:ns#161:ss#512:rm#5400:fp#320:bp#0:n\
	:g#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1#192:ro=a:\
	:pa#0:sa#4194304:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#4096:ra#10:oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
	:pb#4193984:sb#43977:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#32:db#4096:rb#10:ob=time:ib:tb=4.3BSD:


Work in progress

SEAGATE ST373207LC D704
512 bytes per sector
809 sectors per track
2 tracks per cylinder
90774 cylinder per volume

# creates four 2gb slices
ST373207LC|SEAGATE ST373207LC D704|SEAGATE ST373207LC D704:\
	:ty=fixed_rw_scsi:nc#90774:nt#2:ns#809:ss#512:rm#10000:\
	:fp#320:bp#0:ng#0:gs#0:ga#0:ao#0:\
	:os=sdmach:z0#64:z1:192:hn=myhost:ro=a:\
        :pa#0:sa#4194304:ba#8192:fa#1024:ca#32:da#8192:ra#10:\
                :oa=time:ia:ta=4.3BSD:\
        :pb#4194304:sb#4194304:bb#8192:fb#1024:cb#32:db#8192:rb#10:\
                :ob=time:ib:tb=4.3BSD:\
        :pc#8388608:sc#4194304:bc#8192:fc#1024:cc#32:dc#8192:rc#10:\
                :oc=time:ic:tc=4.3BSD:\
        :pd#12582912:sd#4194304:bd#8192:fd#1024:cd#32:dd#8192:rd#10:\
                :od=time:id:td=4.3BSD:



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