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How to install Debian on a server with a LSISAS1068E controller



Hi Allan,

Do you have the PCI ID for the controller this worked on? Did it need megaraid_sas or mptsas?

I have what seems to be the same controller, the LSI SAS 1068E, but it is PCI ID 1000:0059 rather than 1000:0058.

It would really be helpful to know if my device is the same as the one you managed to get working.

Cheers,
David

Re: How to install Debian on a server with a LSISAS1068E controller?

Allan Wind
Fri, 17 Jul 2009 10:00:13 -0700

On 2009-07-15T14:16:45, Allan Wind wrote:
> I am trying to get my friend Debian Lenny going on a SuperMicro
> SuperServer 6026T-3RF.  It uses a LSISAS1068E SAS controller.
>
> The manual claims "RAID5 in the Windows OS Environment, and RAID
> 0, RAID 1, RAID 10 for the Linux OS)" which might be correct if
> you define "Linux OS" as RedHat or SuSE.  Neither the stable nor
> testing netinst finds any drives.

The testing netinst image is needed for the NICs, and disabling
software RAID by removing the jumper JPS2.


/Allan
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