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All Rights Reserved. RAID is a kind of storage technology used in devices like the Adaptec AIC-7902B - Ultra320 chipset to provide increased reliability and functions through redundancy. Mat Tom on January 14, 2004 at 2:12 pm said: Hi, i dont get the Disc quotas running with that configuration, everything else is fine, is there any known thing? Again, if you can't be bothered to build it yourself you can find mine here.
- His information however is all I have been able to find on the subject so I had to accept that any solution would have to involve RedHat 8.0 kernel 2.4.18-14 and
- IÂ´ve just install a intel SE7501WV2 and it work fine for me.
- Drivers Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0*Red Hat Linux 9.0*Red Hat Linux 8.0*3 more 8.4Latest11/9/2004 11/9/2004 SE7501HG2 BYO Platform Confidence Test [SHG2V102.EXE] Software Applications This package includes the BYO package for the
- For some reason the RedHat kernel isn't compiled with CONFIG_PACKET and CONFIG_FILTER (maybe it does via some modules I neglected to load) so DHCP won't work, you'll have to manually configure
- This hardware component like the Adaptec AIC-7902 HostRAID is responsible for the implementation of RAID functionality in the host computer system.
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behd Mar 18, 2009 10:00 AM (in response to behd) Just wondering is there a way to continue installation manually if I manage to install those drivers ?http://www.adaptec.com/ibm/downloads/raid_beta_aic7902.html Like Show Thanks, Rafa Comment 4 Bill Nottingham 2005-01-13 13:16:37 EST That would be a driver issue, most likely. It also has Seamless Streaming Technology that is designed to maximize the high data transfer rates of the Ultra320 SCSI. As I understand with your solution you are stucked with kernel 2.4.18-14 from RedHat and any change to the kernel is imposible.
When I try the above modprobe, I get the simple error message "insmod aic7xxx irq=9 io=0x3000,0x3400 failed". I scratched my head a bit and then download the latest realease of the driver from the Adaptec website and recompiled the kernel using that. Many TNX for this time saving document Janne Daniel on April 8, 2004 at 7:49 pm said: I've been tried to installed woody on an tx150 wich have the aic7902 / behd Mar 18, 2009 8:54 AM I just tried to recycle an "old" win2k3 server to an ESXi server but it seems that it cannot detect the HostRAID (it sees, all
They say Adaptec provides an AIC79xx driver for Linux. This tool will allow you to run a free scan listing all the outdated drivers on your system.Adaptec AIC-7902 HostRAID driver The term HostRAID is considered a proprietary technology because it Thanks for any help ! When I boot the CD with nothing specified at the "boot:" prompt, I get a conflict with PCI device 00:1f.1 After bootup, I run "lspci" and see that the device is
Next I adjusted /mnt/sda1/etc/lilo.conf to be able to find the kernel and ensure lilo used /dev/sda1, and ran lilo -r /mnt/sda1/. Actual results: No SCSI driver option available for Adaptec AIC-7902 (or AIC-79xx) Expected results: According to HCL, the driver should be available in the list. It was only a misstype in the instruktion, it is in the line when you create mkinitrd …. Ed mat on January 13, 2004 at 1:11 pm said: Hi Ed I also see the load average on both servers as 1.0 or more.
Automatically scan all your device drivers using DriverScannerRECOMMENDED:We recommend you download DriverScanner. http://accessinmind.com/adaptec-aic/adaptec-aic-7901-drivers.html Sajeev on January 21, 2004 at 1:04 pm said: Sir, I am only interested in Debian. You'll be presented with a list of modules. I may have gone about this in entirely the wrong way and there may be a much easier way to achieve this.
When I downloaded the aic79xx source from Adaptec and copied it into the drivers/scsi/aic7xxx directory, the kernel wouldn't compile. They have some source for downloading but I can't seem to get it to build. And the onboard Adaptec controller aic7901 is detected while booting, but when I've tried to make ext2 file system on it I get a lot of error messages from a320raid driver. http://accessinmind.com/adaptec-aic/adaptec-aic-7902-driver.html The copyright message printed by the card's BIOS is 2003, so it's fairly new.
This motherboard has a SCSI subsystem based on the Adaptec AIC-7902 controller which in turn has Adaptect HostRAID support built in. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions More Like This Retrieving data ... Share This Page Legend Correct Answers - 10 points VMware Technology Virtualization Data Center Virtualization Desktop Virtualization Virtualizing Business Critical Applications Cloud Computing Hybrid Cloud Private Cloud Computing Software-Defined Data Center
How I did it.
I've now had 2 dual processor machines running for about 3 months and haven't noticed them feeling slow. So I booted up the first server, "Ctl-A'd" into the Adaptec BIOS, turned on HostRAID support and created a RAID 1 array adding both disks to it. BIOS OS IndependentDOS 22.0Latest9/22/2006 9/22/2006 Adaptec* Host RAID Driver for Red Hat* Linux 3.0 [A320RAID-3.00.037-RHEL3.ZIP] Drivers This download contains the host raid driver for Red Hat* Enterprise Linux 3.0. To check your drivers you should either:A.
Firmware Windows 2000*Red Hat Linux 8.0* 12.0/0.17/5.5.ILatest4/6/2004 4/6/2004 CLI AutoConfig [AUTOSERVERCFG.TAR.GZ] Software Applications This download contains the Command Line Interface (CLI) Auto Config for the Intel® Server Management. The kernel booted ok, but failed to detect the slightest sniff of the Adaptec controller. I gave up and install Red Hat 9 on that raid, but sometimes my system hangs while loading the raid driver or when mounting root partition. More about the author However, with it being a 2003 card and RAID to boot, it might be "too new for Linux." See if adaptec has any info on Linux drivers for it. --You could
I'm about to get a couple more so I'll do some more experimenting. Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug83669 No installer driver for Adaptec AIC-7902 Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:34:10 EDT Home | New | Search | [?] | Reports | Requests | Help | NewAccount The 39320-R offers an unparalleled degree of investment protection and upgradability to Adaptec's entire SCSI RAID family of products. Furthermore you have to approach Intel for support if you decided to use this driver in RH 8.
When I copied the source from the first link you provided into the same location, it compiled just fine. After bootup, I run "lsmod" and don't see the driver loaded. According to some computer experts the device driver for the Adaptec AIC-7902 HostRAID and similar hardware components can support both JBOD and RAID mode. The order to load them is this: scsi_mod.o sd_mod.o a320raid.o e1000.o The installer should recognise your system RAID array as a hard disk, and you should be able to choose the
Can you suggest which ISO image I should try from there? If anyone in Knoppix-land can build that for me, I'd really appreciate it. All rights reserved. After initializing and mounting the various partitions skip the "Install Kernel and Driver Modules" as we'll deal with installing a kernel and making the system bootable later.
Fixed in more recent trees. My two SCSI based servers are working with Debian Woody 3.0.Recently I procured a Server AcerAltosG510 LSI 53C1020 is the SCSI adapter.Obviosly CD's can not Detect the Hard Drive. Reply With Quote 05-21-2003,06:11 PM #7 Stephen View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member registered user Join Date Feb 2003 Location Nova Scotia, Canada Posts 2,479 Originally Posted by Later I tried messing with the SCSI card BIOS's settings by choosing fault tollerant and mirror options and neither of them worked.
Software Applications OS IndependentDOS 3.R.1Latest11/9/2004 11/9/2004 One Boot Flash Update (OFU) Package 4 [SE7501HG2PKG4.TAR] Firmware Contains the One Boot Flash Update Firmware for the Intel® Server Board SE7501HG2.