Perhaps I should share this with 3Ware. Thanks for the input, we did try to re-seat the card many times, tried difference pcie slots, etc, all to no avail. Below is information on the old afacli tool Dell also provides some admin tools in binary form. Re-seat the care – remove, and reinsert – and it magically comes back to life. Current software for managing AAC arrays is available at Adaptec website:
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I have installed ubuntu system on a drive which belong to the RAID array: I do not see anything in the log that looks like the drives are discovered. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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Then a 2nd controller failed and I’ve sent the past 4 replacements back. Some find it easier to use graphical tools.
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Any help would be greatly appreciated. Is that how a different controller can import the array?
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Yes hpsa Yes Yes Yes? Email Required, but never shown. James 2, 11 I have owned several of them: There is then a notice that the 3ware bios is not installed from what I have been able to determine, where I am not booting from the raid controller, this is a non-issue. If the name changes between kernel versions, remember to include information in the detailed information section.
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According to the 3ware forums Ubuntu has native support in the server version for this card. Command-line utilities are packaged for Debian as dpt-i2o-raidutils. A spare controller worked fine. Although, I have found a bios setting that causes them to crash.
Do ensure the firmware is no older then the old card as far as you can determineand you probably want to try and keep within the same series if possible. Thanks, that’s encouraging to hear.
More details A blog post claim supermicro provide a tool to get the status out from the command line. I’ve the same problem.
Also, what do you mean by ‘enable MSI’? I need to see how thats done. I am at a loss as to how to proceed in troubleshooting this. Driver name Name of the Linux kernel module. Did the card have the back-up battery installed?
I 9650ss a lot of AMD mainboards, and those that have this bios option will default to Does the old card show up in lspci at all? Post as a guest Name.
The story goes that the first time it booted, the raid bios did not kick in during the boot like we’d been seeingbut the kernel reported a lot of different errors. Re-seat the care – remove, and reinsert – and it magically comes back to life.