You can configure the ams driver using entries in
/etc/conf/cf.d/mdevice and /etc/conf/sdevice.d/ams.
Changes to these files
take effect once you relink the using
and reboot the system.
Configure ams driver-specific characteristics
by editing the /etc/conf/pack.d/ams/space.c file.
Boot time configuration of SCSI
parameters to override
the default hardware configuration information.
Of special interest are the adapter= parameter
that specifies information for
the host adapter card
that plugs into or is part of the motherboard,
and the periph= parameter
that specifies information about the host adapter
being used by one of the generic peripheral interfaces
(Sdsk, Srom, or Stp).
The ams driver
supports all standard SCSI ioctls
that are defined in the <sys/scsicmd.h> header file
and documented on the
for general information about kernel error messages,
including a list of generic device driver errors.