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Finally it booted up. Departmental and workgroup servers and workstations.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I just updated the firmware to version from Product Documentation Adaptec Storage Manager v5.
Only drivers that are not included or embedded within a supported operating system are listed below. Just did it again. However, with the Dell Perc controllers there is a rebuild rate setting.
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And then keep a real close eye on your IO Wait values to see if your drives are keeping up. It was done by Saturday morning. To 240sa Janneb and Kyle, look for a Rebuild Priority setting.
Both machines are Linux boxes. To see a complete list of supported operating systems see the Product Specifications Select your operating system or software below. If so, I am linix sure where else I can “park” the machine to let it run its course at a faster rate.
I thinking of going google and just using cheap boxes no raid and have server redundancy instead. Either way, I figured I would share my experience. I hope it will help. I wonder if that slows the speed down for some reason.
adaptec 2420sa and Debian
It’s a good thing this is a test machine, because nobody would accept such performance on a live server — insane! Interesting thing is Fedora 12 won’t boot while it’s rebuilding dunno why.
Adaptec shocked me again. Another box had this happen twice. When set to high, though, our users noticed how crappy performance was. It suddenly crashed and required a rebuild — 4220sa not even booting.
High-performance storage connectivity and data protection for servers and workstations. Adaptrc Required, but never shown.