>What I gather from this is that today, SATA drives will either look like IDE
>drives or SCSI drives, to some extent. When they look like IDE drives, you
>don't get all of the cfgadm or luxadm management options and you have to do
>thinks like hot plug in a more-rather-than-less manual mode. When they look
>like SCSI drives, then you'll also get the more-automatic hot plug features.
In the one case they're running the controller in compatibility mode; for
the other case you'll need to appropriate SATA controller driver.
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