Afaik, SATA is supposed to use the SCSI emulation.
On Tue, 2004-01-06 at 20:11, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
>> anyone got any experience of installing onto one of these. I've never used
> RAID or SATA directly myself so it's all a little new to me and being over
> the phone ain't helping much either.
>> The guy I'm helping has done/seen the following:
>> * some funkiness with Partition Magic to "hide" the windows partition and
> creating an ext2 & a swap partition
> * popped in a Mandrake 9.2 install cd
> * after booting the 2.4.22-10 kernel he gets asked which scsi/raid
> controller he'd like it to use.
> * scratched his head.
>> This is all new to me but my googling informs me that this is in fact
> software raid not hardware as he was led to believe. I understand that
> patches were made to 2.4.22 to first support this controller. Is this
> correct? I also notice talk of a sub-driver "iswraid" for the 2.4.22 which
> stands for "intel software raid".
>> Can anyone shed some light?
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