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Apr 14, Messages: Installation and configuration ‘ megxraid by gunzOct 4, You must log in or sign up to post here. The model is https: I hope it will install something with the same drivers than the ones used for the live system Admittedly it’s more of a limitation of the card rather than a flaw in Ubuntu but that said, it does work with RHEL.
LSI Announces MegaRAID Part of Intel RAID Line | – Storage Reviews
I doubt that such a chip is soldered to your mb. Or should I better use software raid? Oct 4, Messages: What they are doing really, is to write on the first disk block the raid configuration, then this is the driver in linux guest if they support it which tell to mdadm how to build the raid.
Hmm but I meant the it would be possible to use this tutorial but for classic proxmox installation. June 28th, 4.
So, anyway, you need to use mdadm with theses controllers. This is why I was kinda surprised when you said you had the problem you did as most of the LSI cards I have used work great with Linux. June 28th, 1. If this chip is some sort of instruction set for mdadm, it’s possible to have truckloads of luck reassembling the array. The server has special motherboard designed for servers.
LSI Announces MegaRAID Part of Intel RAID Line
Hello, Thanks for the replies. Hi, theses raid controllers are software raid controllers. We have successullly setup the 2x RAID 5 using debian installer and then installed proxmox, seems like everything is megqraid fine. Did not see any of the raid arrays in linux installation I know that there is a possibility to run a software raid using mdadm instead of hw but I would like to use the embeddd one.
You need a hardware card to do what you want to do. August 7th, 7.
If not I will need some tips on how to make it Results 1 to 8 of 8. Yes, my password is: I suppose Linux will eventually support these cards even though I’m not sure that is a good thing. For a decent server motherboard you should look at the offerings from SuperMicro. You need to press the appropriate keys during bootup and set up your RAID the way you want and megaraiv reboot and install your OS.
Do you think you’re able to access the raid, assemble the array, mount it? I would like to boot ubuntu from one of the raid managed by this card.
The Intel Rapid Storage / LSI Megaraid
You should be able to set up the card before the OS even starts booting.