SPARC Platforms: Matrix of Recognized Device Paths (Doc ID 1005907.1)

Last updated on MARCH 28, 2017

Applies to:

SPARC T4-1 - Version All Versions and later
Sun Fire 15K Server - Version All Versions and later
Sun Fire V240 Server - Version All Versions and later
Sun Fire T1000 Server - Version All Versions and later
Sun Enterprise 5500 Server - Version All Versions and later
All Platforms

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This document provides a matrix of device paths recognized by Solaris Operating System (OS), for the following Sun SPARC server platforms.

NOTE:  If you require x64/x86 system device path information please utilize Document 277396.1 instead.
NOTE: there are specific platform docs also. The aim of this doc is to collect all the SPARC platform in a single entry point. Doc specific for a platform may contain further details.

Click on the link in the table below to be taken directly to that system's device path.

Ultra

5

10

25

30

 

45

60

80

220R

 

420R

 

 

 

 

Netra

 

t100

 

t1100

 

t1120

 

t1125

 

t1400

t1405

t2000

20

 

120

210

240

440

 

ft1800

1280 pci

1280/1290 pci+

1280 pci-X

 

T5220

T5440

T6340

 

 

T3-1

T4-1

 T4-2

 

 

CP3060

 CP3260    
   S7-2      

 

Ultra Enterprise

 

250

 

450

 

 

 

Sun Blade

 

100

 

150

 

1000

 

1500

 

1500 Silver

2000

2500

2500 Silver

 

8000

8000P

 

 

 

T6300

T6320

T6340

 

 

 

T3-1B

T4-1B

 

 

 

Sun Fire

 

v100

 

v120

 

v125

 

v210

 

v215

v240

v245

v250

 

280r

v440

v445

v480

 

v490

v880

v890

B1600

 

B100s

B100x

T1000

T2000

 

T5120

T5220

T5140

T5240

 

T5440

 

 

 

 

v1280 & E2900 pci-X

v1280 & E2900 pci

v1280 & E2900 pci+

3800

 

48x0/6800 cpci

48x0/6800 & E4900/E6900 PCI

4800/4810/6800 & E4900/E6900 PCI+

4800/4810/6800 & E4900/E6900 PCI-X 

 

SF12k

SF15k

E20k

E25k

 

Enterprise Server

 

Exx00

 

 

 

 

SPARC

 

T3-1 (Serpa)

 

T3-2 (Solana)

 

T3-4 (Seville)

 

 

 

 

T4-1 (Serpa YF)

 

T4-2 (Solana YF)

 

T4-4 (Seville YF)

 

 

T5-2

T5-4

T5-8

T5-1B
 

T5-2 1S

     

 

M-Series

 

 

M3000 - M3000-E

 

M4000

 

M5000

 

M8000

 

M9000

     
 M7 Series    M7-8  M7-16  
Mx-32 Series M5-32 M6-32    
Fujitsu Series M10-1 M10-4 M10-4s  
T7 Series T7-1 T7-2 T7-4  
S7 Series S7-2 S7-2L  




At OpenBoot   PROM (OBP), the device name may be slightly different. Typically, the OBP uses 'disk' and ' cdrom' aliases for the boot disk and CDROM drive, where Solaris OS may use a different name/alias for the same device.

The overall device path is the same for both OBP and Solaris OS. The difference is seen at the device position at the end of the path.

Additional information pertaining to the following subjects is also included:

 

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