You must have superuser privileges to use the /etc/shutdown command. If you do
not have superuser privileges, contact your system administrator.
If your workstation is part of a cluster, refer to Managing Clusters of HP 9000 Com-
puters for instructions on shutting down.
SCSI-2 Connection and Termination
Only single-ended SCSI-2 configuration is supported, with a maximum sustained transfer
rate of 5.0 MB/second. Only unshielded connectors can be used.
The DDS-2 drive does not support termination on the device itself. Normally, drives such
as this are not required to be at the end of a bus, but if this is unavoidable, HP
recommends using a feed-through SCSI terminator that plugs directly into the rear of the
drive. Use active termination, as the drive is capable of a transfer rate greater than 5
If you do not already have a SCSI terminator, you must order either terminator K2291
(bale-lock style) or terminator C2094A (thumbscrew style).
Use care when inserting and removing feed-through terminators to
avoid damaging the end walls of the terminator and the drive.