whoa! that's an ancient one. anyhow, post the usual stuff - lspci, dmesg... you know the drill
also look here:
this is a diagnostic utility diskette images, might help to see if you have hardware problems there.
AFAIK 660F was not designed to work with linux, it was there in the NT4 days. So there is no native tool to manage it under linux. What you need to try to make it work, is to get some kind of SAN management software for linux. If you have Qlogic HBAs, you can try to use SANsurfer from the Qlogic website. But anyhow, this thing is so old, you'd better give it away to charity and get a proper SAN box.