Hello!We have a CentOS 6 x64 on a HP PROLIANT DL120 G7 with 2 1TB hard drives.The install was done with the RAID controller disabled and took only 1 drive.We have enabled th... [by jlambert]
on 04/17/2012 – Made popular on 04/17/2012
After I have enabled RAID I disabled the B110i raid controller in the BIOS. Now it is stuck on a POST message and I can't do anything. Pressing F9 to re-enter the BIOS settings does nothing. It remains stuck there... The server is remotely managed through ILO3. How can i do a BIOS reset or any solution without manual intervention?
I'm trying to install 6.5 on this server. I can't get past the RAID.
CentOS doesn't recognize my 4ea 1tb drives.
I don't find a way to bypass the Intel RAID to use software RAID.
CentOS mailing list
Can anyone guide me to get Ubuntu server 14.04LTS installed on my servers hardware RAID.
I have got the raid set up as raid1 using 2 1Tb disks, but when I go to install the OS I get the choice to either install it on one or the other drive. I can see in manual I can set up software raid but that's not correct I'm guessing as I have a hardware raid controller.
Sometime in the next three months, the replacement for my Windows 7 workstation at work will arrive and I want to guide our IT person to configuring that in a new way that neither he nor I know quite enough to be sure of on first try.
The system will include one large SSD and two very large hard drives. I want to set up some kind of RAID 1 across the two hard drives.
I have an Asus M3N78-EM motherboard with 3 WD 250GB drives connected to SATA ports 1-3. The BIOS currently is setup to see the drives as AHCI instead of raid due to the controller driver not being recognized in the CentOS 6 install. I have been able to setup LVM partitions and devices for all 3 drives to act as a software raid but when booting after install, CentOS 6 doesn't load.
I plugged a Q-Tec 340R ATA-133 IDE RAID card, with two IDE connectors and support for up to four IDE drives, into an old P4 machine, attached two hard drives and managed to set up RAID0 and install Fedora.