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Some tools and drivers are available from the vendor. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled mgearaid you log in. Not aware of any method of detecting the status for this RAID.
Install Megacli Debian Packages LSI MegaRAID SAS – Query Admin
Archttp is statically linked so it will run in virtually all circumstances. Status RAID status easily available?
The best site for downloading the drivers and other tools I’ve found is: If such information is easily available, monitoring tools can be written to detect and report failures. Now it works perfectly. CLI tool statically linked i and amd64 binaries also can be downloaded from ftp debiam.
LSI SAS RAID driver for Debian
Notably this driver uses the kernel scsi subsystem rather than implementing its own block device. A daemon detecting status changes and reporting to syslog as SNMP traps is packaged as cpqarrayd.
The driver is in the main kernel as of 2. Same source requirements as the CLI tools.
Install Megacli Debian Packages LSI MegaRAID SAS
Even though the info on the controller chip says it works with Fusion MPT drivers, that has not been my experience. Gave up on it while dealing with higher priority ,si. Fusion MPT misc device ioctl driver 4. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
Minimum status information is OK or degraded i. Possible approach to solution Hi Folks, In case it may help anyone, see my post in the Red Hat distro forum from 2 Jul Sign up using Email and Password. This was not the case on at least one Dell PowerEdge machine.
I just want to use it as sata controller, no raid. Details about individual drivers 3w-xxxx Hardware using this driver: If not, is the source for some command line tool available which can report this status?
I would also have recommended updating your pci-ids database, update-pciids Might have detect that controller properly then, instead of showing as ‘Unknown device’. Then the controller is recognized. Apparently were using source for kernel version that was ahead of the Etch kernel.