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Once loading the win2003 server cd I choose the F6 option to load the drivers that I have downloaded from the IBM Website for the Adaptec AIC 7901 card, I choose The drivers for SLES can be found on the IBM support page for the x206 server and they support the HW-RAID, too. Really interesting that in this case vermagic doesn't matter. NO ! this content

Quote Postby k_c_koh » 2005/10/27 22:18:42 hi thank for you information, if the buid in raid1 not supported by this server, i will use software raid. When I try to boot from a distro with a build in adp94xx driver, I get a message “ERROR: Unsupported device type 5″ for each drive in the system. Very interesting that the installation fails Thx for your infos. Top arrfab Site Admin Posts: 867 Joined: 2005/01/03 21:30:54 Location: /country/belgium Contact: Contact arrfab Website Re: Did IBM X206 Server support Two Sata 160 GB mirroring?

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Reply seba says: 11/13/2006 at 8:13 pm Nothing happens means that computer does not boot. The card will work without it, too. The O.S. Regards Reply James says: 1/22/2007 at 12:37 pm Hi there I am using super micro X7DB3 mobo which has on biard adp 9419 sas controller.

When booting the x206 the bios says: One logical drive RAId1 found, but when i install FC2 i have the 2 Drives for selection and no syschronization of the RAid1 drives Dagy: It's been a long time that I used a 2.4.x kernel. PC Reviver All in one PC maintenance MacReviver Restore optimum performance and stability to your Mac Registry Reviver Repair and optimize your Windows registry Driver Reviver Update your computer's drivers Start I desperately need help and would be pleased to receive your support.

Eric: Sorry, I don't use fedora but there might be other HowTos, that are fedora specific. Ibm Xseries 206 Motherboard GUID … DHCP…\ I think that kernel module for Adaptec controller doesn’t memorize on hard disk after reboot. Also tried with vanilla (there is no aic94xx support in 2.6.18). anybody got experience with this server, hope you dont mind to share your knowledge and expriencethank you kelvin Top arrfab Site Admin Posts: 867 Joined: 2005/01/03 21:30:54 Location: /country/belgium Contact: Contact

You need to recompile it. Unsubscribe About Us Overview Contact Us Take our Site Survey Testimonials Copyright © 1996 - DriverGuide is an iCentric Corporation Company. About hd0: grub has it's own naming scheme which is different from the names we are used to under linux. Rebooted server only with one disk and after that moment I have Sarge on my server.

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Everything goes smoothly until you try to download packages or install grub. Thanks. Ibm Xseries 206 Reply empika says: 11/15/2006 at 2:28 pm TREAT! Ibm Xseries 206m Drivers Download From other forum, some people mentioned they have success to have the raid 1 setup by parsing the following as kernel option at boot adp94xx=attach_HostRAID:1″ Reply jimmy says: 11/5/2006 at 12:34

so everything seem fine now!i heard this is a bug in the FC3 and RHEL4. news Top k_c_koh Posts: 13 Joined: 2005/10/26 01:52:12 Re: Did IBM X206 Server support Two Sata 160 GB mirroring? Top k_c_koh Posts: 13 Joined: 2005/10/26 01:52:12 Re: Did IBM X206 Server support Two Sata 160 GB mirroring? After that i carry on until i get to the grub install which the falls over at any option i try and give it. /dev/sda (master boot which shouldnt be right Ibm Xseries 206 Drivers

Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website Links My Github My homepage My Twitter Categories: Computer backup-manager Books DevOps grml Hardware IBM/Lenovo Scripts & Patches Security General Networking Is it a very bad option to stay with the x86 flavour? Does SuSe have any problem with HardWare-RAID? have a peek at these guys hdparm -t /dev/hdc says about 3MB/sec speed what is terrible low for any drive today I use debian sarge kernel: 2.4.27-1-386 For scsi drives I use the default driver from installation

Reply Josip says: 12/6/2006 at 6:44 pm GRUB was install successfully, without any failure and warning message, everything was Ok. 1)After looking for DHCP (about 20 sec), server restarted and once I was working on a dell and the the setting area did not jump out and bite me but it was in the hdd area in the bios.Good luck Enea_1Sep 9, Reply Edy says: 11/3/2006 at 4:14 pm Hi Jimmy, That did the trick.

Reply spiney says: 3/4/2007 at 3:04 pm Hi, did anyone try kernel version 2.6.20 with the x206m and SATA drives?

[email protected] Reply André says: 1/23/2008 at 1:10 pm I need precompiled kernel module (adp94xx) for the debian etch 2.6.18. i just want to make thing clear. Not that it helps, but I did install Windows XP 64 on the system and the Adaptec drivers did recognize the SATA drives and install just fine. But I'd prefer mail to blog comments Reply Andy says: 9/18/2006 at 9:30 pm Well Jimmy, yes please send me an email (my email address should be registred within the comment

Error 15″ My second step was putting boot Debian CD-rom and repeat reinstalling Debian together with your procedure UPDATE! Reply jimmy says: 12/7/2006 at 3:52 am Ok, I'm sure that it's a problem with the boot manager. My o/s is fedora core 5(FC5)-Kernell 2.6.15-1. check my blog So, if someone with this hardware could boot with grml 0.9 and tell me the result, I'd appreciate it.

If you follow my HowTo it works, but when using grml-0.8 or ubuntu 6.06 LTS Server Edition it can not access the S-ATA drives. any help would be great, cheers edd Reply Aladar says: 11/15/2006 at 9:11 am Hi Jimmy, just a quick question on your solution befor today later i start installing my new These are all recognised in the bios can also use the IBM serve raid cd to configure them also. I wish to compile it for my kernel 2.4.42 based RedHat Linux.

Any clue? aic94xx didn't help, unfortunately. Have you gotten it to compile against 2.6.17? S-ATA was also problematic on grml-0.8.

Lilo has the same limitation. But i'm not able to detect my SAS hdds. Tried it with 2.6.17 and it worked, so it should work with older versions, too. 2.: No, of course not. Thanks Reply jimmy says: 11/16/2006 at 1:02 pm Fernando: SuSE 10.1 is certified for this server.

HARD DISC, 4. Kind regards Wolfgang Karall PS: the captcha is almost too good for me. Feel free to send me a mail if it still doesn't work. Darrick: dmraid is for ATA-RAIDs.

This is the messages: md:md2 stopped mdadm: cannot open device /dev/sda6: No such device or address mdadm: /dev/sda6 has wrong uuid mdadm: cannot open device /dev/sdb6: No such device or address Reply Mark Honman says: 1/12/2007 at 12:18 am OK, it looks like Ubuntu dapper & edgy do have the driver - aic94xx.