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RE: Debian[etch] on Intel S5000VSASAS raid problem

My limited understanding of *software* RAID in Linux (not just Debian) is that what you are experiencing is normal. Linux implements its own software RAID capabilities, which do not require (or allow) use of the RAID settings in the controller's BIOS. Sorry, but I have also read that Linux does a fine (or better!) job with its own software RAID.

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I create RAID array on on the RAID controller using the RAID BIOS Console Utility, compile new kernel with megaraid and take efect:

08:00.0 SCSI storage controller: LSI Logic / Symbios Logic Unknown device 0057 (rev 02).

Kernel can't see array.

If Bios is non RAID in lspci I see LSI 1064E device and can create as software RAID.

Any idea?

Sorry for my english I hope understand

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