On Mon, Nov 05, 2018 at 02:53:34PM +0000, Finariu Florin wrote:
> I have a motherboard EPC602D8A with 2chipsets: Intel C602 (Sata2 x 4, Sata3 x 2)
A fakeraid aka Intel Martix RAID. There should be some mdadm support
for this, but you might as well use mdadm to create your RAID from SSDs
> and Marvell SE9172 (Sata3x 2).
A fakeraid, but without sensible mdadm support. Again, end result is
hardly distinguishable from mdadm RAID.
> When I start installation of OS in the section 'detectdisk' it's show me nothing ask me to verify if the SSDs areconnected. When I install OS with no Raid partition it see all SSD Ihave plugged. I verified all SSDs one by one all cables too butnothing...
> So how can I see the Raids created in Bios?
I'd start by removing these 'RAID controllers' altogether and throwing
them to a nearest garbage pile. Next I'd buy something from Adaptec or
LSI (hint - eBay). If it does not have BBU it's not a real RAID
But I suspect that it's not an option for you, so I'd start by trying to
detect mdadm drives in d-i.
- From: Finariu Florin <firstname.lastname@example.org>