Help answer threads with 0 replies. I think you can find it on the LSI site, just be sure to get the right one, 32 or 64bit. Cheap cards and motherboard based RAID are useless. You often configure and check status of the raid during bios boot. It was a fake raid. Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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If it’s on the builtin intel chipset, ya it’s fakeraid.
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My actually need is to know status of my raid device from command line. So I went ahead and grabbed a knoppix livecd and tried it out.
Unless you need to dual boot with windows, you should not use the fake raid support since it is not as robust; use mdadm Linux software raid instead.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. The cheaper cards and motherboard built in rad are fake. And also, I like to monitor the hard disk status without stopping the machine, it hosts some web sites.
Do kntel see anything from LSI in your lspci?
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Click Here to receive this Complete Guide xontroller free. The pure reality is that in your case, the software raid is nearly surely a much better option, as the hardware.
Help answer threads with 0 replies. Any help would be much appreciated. It was a fake raid. I had used it already but seeing it give me ne result on a driver, I though it was useless.
You need a specialized device to speed up RAID6. Join our community today! Suku 1, 10 I think you can find it on the LSI site, just be sure to get the right one, 32 or 64bit. What kind of management do you expect?