[Unix-jun72] rk03 vs rk05

Warren Toomey wkt at tuhs.org
Sun May 4 11:27:41 AEST 2008

On Sat, May 03, 2008 at 08:16:23AM -1000, Tim Newsham wrote:
> > We may not need mount afterall.  The init process mounts /dev/rk0 on
> > /usr during startup (after the second "1:" label on e12-01).
> Oh, for what its worth, the init sources say its an "rk05" disk ("rko5" 
> actually ;-) I think Warren was asking about which model to use earlier.

Confusingly, the 1e manual for /dev/rk0 says its an RK03. I'll have to go
read the DEC manuals, but I would guess that the RK11 drive and interface is
the same, but the RK03 and RK05 removable disk packs were of different
storage capacity.


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