Hi Everyone,I am a newbie to the linux scene. I have done a couple of installs of ubuntu and need to install centos for a new project. I have a dell r520 which will have two raid arra... [by aromero69]
on 11/28/2012 – Made popular on 11/28/2012
Hi,I will setup centos 6.3 x64 on a Dell r520 box and I ask myself and now you, the world if it is recommended or possible, a good idea, to use the lifecycle controller to deploy my os ... [by tiberius]
I am planning to install CentOS 6.4 on Dell R720 which has hardware raid
card and 6 hard disk slots available.
I have planned with the below set up :-
*2 Hard disks configured in RAID 1 for installing OS
*4 Hard disks configured in RAID 10 for data drive.*
Please suggest and recommend if the above approach is correct and let me
know if i am missing anything which is crucial to set up a
i have a dell server. its a couple of years old and has a perc 4 raid controller in it. When i do an install it shows the drives configured in the raid 5 configuration. i select the disk and do an auto partition.
I've been a long time Debian user but now I'm working with Red Hat and I'm a bit lost. I just installed a fresh install of CentOS 5.5 on a new Dell server. Dell provides a current Red Hat 5.5 driver for mpt2sas. How do I install this driver?
I have an intermittent problem with my Dell blades, out of 80 blades 69
of them kickstarted Centos 6 fine using PXE
The other 11, I get a c0t0 not found error (indicating it is not
finding the local disk on the blade).
I can remote mount the iso image and do a basic install of centos on
these blades, but when I go to do a pxe boot it gives me that error again.
I have googled the is
I have leased a dell poweredge r210 server, it's default configuration is CentOS 5.x as OS and a hardware RAID 1 controller configured. I want to configure my hardware RAID but can't seem to figure out where.
Hi All,I am new to centOS. I have installed CentOS 6.4 using live DVD. I am using DELL Studio 1557 System. The OS is not able to detect my Wireless adapter. My system is using Dell Wire... [by ptlamit83]