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By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Visit the following links: Google for “hardware vs software RAID” and you’ll see nowadays there is no big difference between two performance-wise. Can anyone point me in the right direction? You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
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Find More Posts by Emerson. It has an adaptec scsi controller and it has HW raid. 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.
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Find More Posts by cusco. Out of the box, their raid adapters are basically shut off. Check out this link. The only pitfall I can see, which is why I am on the web now looking for information, is there appears to be no software aic-9702 notifying events etc.
I’m aoc-7902 to install Server 64x on my x with AIC raid and I can’t seem to find a suitable driver. I didn’t find that araid Ultra Raid Controller anywhere and even if I’ll find it I don’t know how to include it in a kernel. In most cases there is no difference whatsoever.
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Tuesday, December 28, 9: This worked like a champ on my W2K8r2 build! Best Regards to all.
Windows Server ideally or Windows Server. Tuesday, September 23, 9: Sorry to bring this back ajc-7902, but I’ve tried all of these, and I’m having no luck whatsoever. Linux Power User Bundle.
If I use the original signed Windows x64 driver, it says it couldn’t install the driver and to contact the vendor. Join our community today!
Sunday, November 10, 7: Saturday, September 20, Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Thursday, March 4, 6: It works well now.
Lots of people even don’t know this not hardware RAID. You have to download and run the Servraid manager cd on them. Monday, March 22, 6: Just download the Windows 64bit driver from their site and copy aic–7902 a flash drive Select the driver. Best part – Windows Server R2 had built in drivers