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. Linux – Server This forum is for the discussion of Linux Software used in a server related context. Hello, I am currently trying to find out what driver version I am using for my server. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Sign In feature is currently unavailable and you will not be able to post new content.
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I need to find the driver version for my disk controller
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Sure Thing, here is the lspci -v output: Please sign in to comment You will be able to leave a comment after signing in Sign In Now. Hello, I am currently trying to find out what driver version I am using for my server. Yes, I find it funny that it doesn’t show the driver, like mine does: Upvote if you also have this question or find it interesting.
Yep, you have a fake raid.
Dear Jim, We are looking into the issue and will revert to you soon. Fakeraid is generally on motherboards, but a lot of add in cards have it too. I think you can find it controoller the LSI site, just be sure to get the right one, 32 or 64bit. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
How to find the version of a driver. Posted May 14, Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. The context for it is a real bitch to use, though. I have fired this off to you today, look forward to your response. Please clarify me where you are finding the problem.
In our next release we will have support to install to a RAID volume. Posted May 2, Sign In feature is currently unavailable and you will not be able to post new content. Having a problem logging in? If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. I also needed to find my 631xesb/632cesb info as well, so I typed “modinfo [device]” and it gave me the driver version there.
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Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. I’m kind of confusing about raid knowledge now, don’t know if mine is hardware one. Any further suggestions, or should I consider the mdadm route as documented elsewhere in the forum?
Guest Enthusiast 14 Members 6, posts. Posted June 19, I notice that if I run through the CentOS5 installation, the array I configure through the bios appears to be seen by dmraid – is this functionality available in the xen system? CentOS5 appears to automatically do so as part of its installer, and I am presented with a choice of three drives sda, sdb and the dmraid detected array of the two.
You need a specialized device to speed up RAID6.
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We are working on a fix. I need to find the driver version for my disk controller Hello, I am currently trying to find out what driver version I am using for my server. I need to find the driver version for my disk controller. Linux – Server This forum is for the discussion of Linux Software used in a server related context. Freebridge 0 Members 10 posts. You will be able to leave a comment after signing in.