Hi,I have a RAID controller (SATA x4 RAID DELOCK 70154) and I have the following problem.The RAID configuration (just as BIOS) I have set up with two identical drives RAID 1... [by puciol86]
I am working on decommissioning an old server for a client. The server is an older Dell PowerEdge 1600sc with four SCSI drives. Two are stand-alone, and the other two are in RAIDx (not sure the actual RAID id). It does not have an integrated RAID controller (nothing under integrated devices in the BIOS related to RAID), the client has a PowerEdge Expandable RAID controller PCI card for that.
user@node150:~$ lspci | grep -i raid
04:00.0 RAID bus controller: LSI Logic / Symbios Logic MegaRAID SAS 2108 [Liberator] (rev 04)
Is there a program I can use to monitor the hard drives and raid configuration of the server it is installed to? I have seen the docs of LSI and there is a provided Megaraid Storage Manager which is a web gui tool.
Hey Ubuntu Forums, long time no see.
So i'm trying to set up a RAID, but i'm a bit inexperienced and i'm not sure if the configuration i want to achieve is possible. I was hoping someone more knowledgeable could point me in the right direction.
I have one 2TB and two 1TB drives that i would like to configure in such a way that would be equivalent to two 2TB drives in RAID0.
I have a Proliant ML350 G8 with two SAS raid arrays currently set up - thereby maxing the default P420i raid controller. I need to set up a large video dump space in addition to this existing set-up (for non backed up, non-critical, temporary storage).
I had planned to just add a 2TB SATA disk and plug it into the motherboard.
I'm investigating some 4TB database systems and I'm comparing differences between RAID-10 & RAID-50.
I know how to calculate the IOPS for common RAID levels like RAID-1, RAID-5 & RAID-10. However, I am unsure how to calculate IOPS for RAID-50 & RAID-60 systems, specifically with respect to the RAID Write penalties which are the bane of RAID-5 & RAID-6 system.