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I am at a loss as to how to proceed in troubleshooting this. Below is information on the old afacli tool Dell also provides some admin tools in binary form. Microcontroller not 3ward during reset sequence. The RPM can be converted to.
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I don’t remember anything about what drivers were installed, but they would’ve been whatever was available at the time. This was not the case on at least one Dell PowerEdge machine. I do not see anything in the log that looks like the drives are discovered. I have owned several of them: Just make sure it’s the same or newer model and that the firmware versions are the same.
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Yeah, this 9560se like a totally different problem CLI tool statically linked i and amd64 binaries also can be downloaded from ftp site. BIOS string not found. Email Required, but never shown. I have swapped an 8 port card for a 12 port card edit thinking about it was a not a and the other card has detected the array so I would have every expectation that it would work based on my experience.
I use a lot of AMD 9650see, and those that have this bios option will default to They all fail within 48 hours of burn-in testing on the provided firmware or the latest.
Thankfully after a couple of reboots in a different machine, it’s detected properly after booting BIOS still not coming updetected the raid array and I’m able to mount it and pull my data. We have a 8-port 3ware se raid card for our main disk array.
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Right now I can’t trust the cards. Join Date Aug Beans 2.
They are still working most of them made around perhaps? The story goes that the first time it booted, the raid bios did not kick in during the boot like we’d been seeingbut the kernel reported a lot of different errors. That’s not a bios option i’m familiar with. Thank you PS – My hardware is: Sign up using Facebook. Notably this driver uses the kernel scsi subsystem rather than implementing its own block device.
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