That works out to be 1. I could repair this from the backup tables using gdisk and finally got the array back. Thanks for your information. Thanks again to the previous posters. Very help ful article. Posted August 27, I also have a Debian 6 ZoL 0.
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Koutech HBA based on this chip: A Sil in one of my OpenSolaris I installed without the disks containing the old array attached to the new controller. Any comments on my previous post. I got some answers from Adaptec and from LSI support. Thanks vlad, I have updated the blog entry. Moreless price the i but it has only 16 ports This is quite affordable, but installation in a normal case is a bit fiddly I have personally tested it with 6 x 1TB SATA drives of various manufacture on Ubuntu server.
I got updated firmware from http: It is possible to create arrays on any disk on any type of controller in the system, or to move disks from one controller to another.
[all variants] Supermicro AOC-SASLP-MV8
I’ve had 3 drives drop out over the past couple days. Thanks again for this blog. Sign up for a new account in our community. I was thinking a mid-tower with a couple of 4 or 5 drive bays.
I have an LSI i. Posted September 14, OS don’t have any info about data was changed.
I tried all the day making it work, impossible Aoc-ssas2lp-mv8 added the card, thanks. It’s not clear if this will make a difference as I won’t be able to do anything with it until later tonight. There is also limited information on FreeBSD support.
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Adaptec HBA based on the Thanks again to the previous posters. Thanks alot, this was very helpful. Good Linux and Solaris support. It is a great summary and interesting to see that there are only a handful of “real” chip vendors the board makers are abundant.
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So the problem seems to be that the adapters these days like to write metadata messing up the aoc-sas2lp-v8 on the disk. Is that what you mean?
Hi, Does anyone know if the Marvell chip is now supported in Solaris 11 Express. I’m curious though if you happen to have any recommendations for internal drive cages?
Now, how to go about doing that? By adrian ballardAugust 25, in Storage Devices and Controllers. The chip JMB supports 2 sata ports. Replace X with the appropriate drive letter and it’s entirely your own fault if you wipe your hard drive.