Re: RAID controller
On Thursday 19 June 2003 06:36 am, Folin Nicolas wrote:
> I have a hardware raid controller in my computer.
> My Linux don't recognize it at all.
> How can I detect it and access to my harddrives ?
> It's only 'accessing the harddrive' that interest me,
> not the hard-raid (I don't want to use raid0 or raid1)
> I have a sil 680 based raid controller, and all of
> my linux installation works perfectly (video, scsi,
> soundcard, X11) except this 'ATA controller'.
This is a software raid solution. It's the BIOS on the card that provides
RAID features. Kernel 2.4.18 does not have support for the cmd/sil 680;
2.4.20 does (it's in the cmd64x driver). 2.5.69 has a separate driver
(sil680). I don't know yet whether it's the card or the Linux driver, but
I get corrupted data in PIO mode and a hang on the first access after
setting DMA mode when using this card. I haven't yet tried 2.5.69 with