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You won't damage anything if you simply try.
Your 9GG disk is a [Single-Ended SCSI-1 device|http://www.sunshack.org/data/sh/2.1/infoserver.central/data/syshbk/Devices/Disk/DISK_Fuj_MAB3091SC.html] with an 80pin SCA connector.
Your 18GB disk is a [LVD SCSI-3 device|http://www.sunshack.org/data/sh/2.1/infoserver.central/data/syshbk/Devices/Disk/DISK_Fuj_MAN3184MC.html] with an 80pin SCA connector.
Those SCSI technologies are usually incompatible. The LVD drive will probably just be an inert lump that isn't recognized.
If you do get anything to work, you'll just be adding 9GB of storage capacity -- there will not be any increase in speed because that is managed by the SCSI controller that is integrated on the Ultra-2's systemboard (which is Single-Ended SCSI-1).
Again, you won't damage anything by merely trying.
So in my system the best i can get is 2x 9.1 gb?
There is a drive compatible with Ultra2 or SCSI SBUS addon able to give me at least 40 GO memory in 2 disk?
Please help me.
this ones are compatible whit my system?
Rukbat Thank you :)
Edited by: Sc0rPioN on May 30, 2010 4:31 AM
The Ultra-2 first shipped to customers in 1996.
That means it was a design from 1995.
It is fifteen-year-old technology !
( The Ultra-2 as shown in the Sun System Handbook.--> [ link |http://sunsolve.sun.com/handbook_pub/validateUser.do?target=Systems/U2/U2] <-- )
Get an external disk pack (Ebay, perhaps?)
Attach it to the Single-Ended connector on the rear of the U-2 chassis and add your storage there.