Yesterday, one of the disks failed. HP was very shady on this one. Enabling and configuring the controller 7 6. CentOS users can make use of the Redhat drivers without hesitation. This will essentially enable the controller and allow the setup RAID from within the controller.
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This is the driver disk image that needs to be written to a floppy disk drive or USB flash. CentOS users can make use of the Redhat drivers without hesitation. A supported hard drive installed in the server.
HP Proliant DL with 3rd party 4Tb drives not showing full capacity – Server Fault
Guillaume Filion 1 8 Hewlett Packard Enterprise International. Yesterday, one of the disks failed. Repeat this procedure to create additional logical drives.
Maybe it’s an hardware issue after all. Red Hat Enterprise Linux driver version 1. The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Press the Enter key to continue. I have seen several cases with a smartarray without cache when recovering took 1 day for a GB disk – seems to be normal. Sign up using Facebook.
Also, the server sjart located in a datacenter, so at this time, I dont have physical access to the server, unless I drive there. Screen Shot at Its written in the HP Bulletin.
Array configuration utility – HP Smart Array B110i SATA RAID-Controller User Manual
Contact Email us Tell us what you think. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Instead use manual mode and click thru dozens of Next Next Next dialogs. In no way was this designed to “cut corners”, just trying to re-use hardware in a manner that the manufacturer suggests is possible!
We created two logical drives in a RAID 0 configuration 9.
DL G6 – Bi RAID Controller – Rebuild Raid 1+ – Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community
What was supposed to be pretty straight-forward process, turned out to become a 3 hour troubleshooting session to figure out how to install the necessary Smart Array Bi drivers so that our CentOS 6. Possibly the same thing. One Gb will take about 15mins, this is theorteical valueit completely depends on the controller, rebuilding of the array happens when the controller is free, usually controller that has a cache works faster than the one without, B is a dynamic controller which simply means that the load is on the OS for rebuilding, It also depends upon the rebuild prioirty has been setup in the array config utility which cannot be changed untill the array is completely up.
Also, we’re not using an Array Configuration Utility.