Actually there are drivers for Redhat and Suse provided by HP on their site. Power down the computer, and then restart it. Posted May 14, In our next release we will have support to install to a RAID volume. Follow, to receive updates on this topic.
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise International. I have fired this off to you today, look forward to your response. So there is few options:.
Apologies for the inconvenience. Posted June 19, The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of arid authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
HP ProLiant ML G3 Server : HP Embedded SATA RAID Controller User Guide : Page 5
Repeat the previous step to select mll150 drive. Sign up using Facebook. Posted May 14, Highlight a drive to be used in the new array, and then press the Insert key. Post as a guest Name. The procedures for performing each of these ta sks are described in th e following sections. It is pointless to use RAID 0 without getting any advantage in speed and capacity, also using RAID 0 is no option for the server, because if one disk fails – you loose all the data you have.
Posted May 21, You will be able to leave a comment after signing in. The ML comes with a software raid onboard aka, fakeraid.
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Is there a special step missing checked again at boot, the RAID logical drive is still alive? Posted May 22, Dear Jim, In XenServer 3.
Go to the Advanced tab. In our next release we will have support to install to a RAID volume.
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Press F10Save and Mk150. Actually there are drivers for Redhat and Suse provided by HP on their site. Select the Hard Drives. In some cases, selecting an option disp lays another menu. Exit the SATA setup. Posted May 11, Don’t see a manual you are looking for? To return to the previous. The windows driver picks that rsid and mirrors the two drives. Any further suggestions, or should I consider the mdadm route as documented elsewhere in the forum?
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