Re: SATA disk driver for an HP ML110G3 server?
David Landgren wrote:
I'm currently evaluating an HP Proliant ML110G3 server. It's small,
silent, clean inside and cheap. Really, a nice box. I stuck a testing
boot CD into the drive (dated mid-November) and fired it up.
Unfortunately, it wasn't able to auto-detect what disk driver to use. I
see a number of sata-* drivers are available, but I don't know how to
determine the chipset. HP's website talks of drivers for Red Hat and
I suppose the "HP Embedded SATA RAID Controller" is just a rebadged
chipset from someone else, but who?
It looks like it's the Intel 7320 chipset. In any event I've tried all
the sata-* drivers, and none of the detect the disk. I have a CD-ROM
diagnostic disk that spits out all sorts of details like Vendor ID,
Device ID, Subsystem ID...
I'm wondering if this is more a straight out linux-kernel issue.
"It's overkill of course, but you can never have too much overkill."