Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. The problem is, I don’t know how to do that. I think raid setup is done in raid bios, so how I can get into that bios? Click documentation at the top. Could you email me the mpt-status binary or post it somewhere? In future, I will not post any further updates regarding mpt-status on this page; interested parties can subscribe to or check freshmeat. Contact Email us Tell us what you think.
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HP Proliant ML350 G4 SCSI issues
These adapters don’t support RAID. August 21, Do you already have an account?
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From the looks of http: In the boot order in the BIOS, hard drive is listed as the third boot device. July 8, 9: Haven’t found info on the system bios yet,but it looks like there may be a system configuration protection switch on the board. No, create an account lwi. Thanks for any help. During the boot process the keyboard is locked out unless it prompts you for something.
Should work according to the manual instructions anyway. I lsi1030it 3 hdd in server, 2 of them are on 1 channel, so I tried setup it on this channel, but Raid properties is still white. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
It’s likely because do not loyic a battery that the write cache is disabled by default. I think raid setup is done in raid bios, so how I can get into that bios? SCSI devices usually need to be set as bootable in the scsi controller bios.