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LSI 9211-4I SAS DRIVER
The drives subsequently spun down.
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I expected the LSI 9211-4i SAS to make some utterances during the boot process, and was rather surprised to get nothing of the sort no "Press Ctrl-C to start LSI Logic Configuration Utility" prompt. The mpt2sas module was loaded automatically on boot, and seems to talk to the card just fine: IRQ 16 [ 1.
Scatter Gather Elements per IO [ 2. I tried running udevadm trigger just in case there was something iffy with the boot sequence ordering, but that did not change anything and did not add anything at LSI 9211-4i SAS to the system log i. I am not inclined to believe that both of the brand new breakout cables are somehow broken.
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Physically unplugging both of the breakout cables from the card to remove the HDDs and cables from consideration in the case did not make any discernable difference. Basically, take the rpms, use alien --scripts to convert them to debs, and then dpkg --install the debs. If there's any other information I can provide that might help answering this, just let me know. I'm almost starting to think that this is LSI 9211-4i SAS a motherboard issue after all. With the ultimate goal of using them for a ZFS pool, what incantations, LSI 9211-4i SAS utterances, sacrifices or other relevant rituals do I need to perform for the drives connected to the to show up in Linux?
After physically switching places of the graphics card and thethe 's BIOS now shows up on boot and I was able to enter the configuration utility.
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It still shows no disks attached even in the SAS Topology viewhowever, despite disks very definitely being attached LSI 9211-4i SAS cables firmly seated on both ends. Pretty much the same as flashing a motherboard BIOS.
IT is for Initiator which I'm not quite sure what that's for. On the software side, it has this MegaRAID Storage Mananger application which allows you to mange anything you could possibly want really. Create arrays, check their status, etc. A little more advanced than Intel Rapid Storage Technology of course, but still fairly simple to LSI 9211-4i SAS.
Windows was able to find and install drivers for it automatically which is always good. Means that installing the OS onto it should be effortless. LSI does offer driver downloads as well which I decided to install.
I'm running 2x Seagate Maybe not the most ideal setup, but I opted to mix the drives LSI 9211-4i SAS lessen the chance of it all failing at once. One of each drive were bought a few months ago, with the other two bought last week. It also shouldn't suffer from major slowness when in a degraded state should one drive fail compared to RAID5.
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