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Sun fiber disk upgrade firmware

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I have a sun 480 with two internal fiber disks st336605fc
How do I upgrade the firmware on the disk?
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You should have instructions on how to upgrade the firmware supplied with the firmware update itself. Is there a specific problem you are trying to resolve by updating the firmware?
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by:bkreynolds48
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Rowley,
Sorry our email was down and the expert exchange was down.
I have a disk that SUN told me needed to have the firmware upgraded but I have never done that.  This is a production system so was not sure what the process was to do this.
 
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If Sun support recommended you do this, then they should be supplying you with the link to the firmware and accompanying sunsolve doc. At minimum they should be providing a doc id number for you to look up. If they haven't and you've a paid-up support contract then get back on the phone to them asap.
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