We bought a gigabyte motherboard with the 20276 and gave up on it. It wasn't
worth the hassle and I wish I had Googled around a bit more before buying it.
It now sits in a server with promise controller switched off.
On Wednesday 19 May 2004 3:41 pm, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
Got an Asus a7v8x @home which hosts a Serial ATA raid controller
(Promise 20376). It detected both drives ok (sticked 2x160GB) and
created a RAID 1 array using the controller. I was expecting to see only
one drive on Linux, but it sees the two of them (declared as sda and
Do I actually need to declare anything in /etc/raidtab ? I've been using
soft raid for years now without a hitch but wanted to take advantage of
my hardware controller for once.
I'm running a Gentoo 1.4.10 with kernel 2.6.6
Any advice welcome,
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