If anyone has anything to add, I’m all ears. Or at least, upgrading fixed my problem, woohoo. If I understand it correctly it seems they intend for this to be a driver for most intel RAID sets- including the ICH10r- for linux they mention specifically red-hat and suse, would I assume correctly that it should work in all other linuxes aswell?? I have tried CentOS 5. March 01, , BB code is On.
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No such file or directory Solved this by: For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. March 10, Reboots henceforth saw the RAID1 volume. Or are eyou talking about fakeraid? BB code is On. March 01, Thanks for the response. Email Required, but never shown. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
[ubuntu] Ubuntu Install to Intel ICH10R RAID Guide?
I would like for someone to check out this download from Intel: If I understand it correctly it seems they intend for this to be a driver for most intel RAID sets- including the ICH10r- for linux they mention specifically red-hat and suse, would I assume correctly that it should work kch10r all other linuxes aswell??
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They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Neither support that raid controller. The RAID will be used for storing data documents, photos, video, music, email, etc.
Surely if it’s hardware raid ubuntu shouldn’t be able to see individual drives, and if it’s software I’d have needed to install some software on windows?
Software RAID on Linux lacks proper documentation, simple tools a sysadmin under pressure needs to rely on simplicity and clear guidelines on how to recover a failed RAID5 set. I wouldn’t use software RAID5 in a production environment Having a problem logging in?
Is there some kind of bundled generic driver windows comes with? I’d already been through https: I’ve been using them fine for a while. The time now is