It's a 4 channel PATA controller, so I doubt there's anything new about it.
I have literally turfed the controller in the box, installed FC5 and tried
I will try patching the box if that will make a difference.
I'm just using the standard driver that came with the linux kernel.
From: cpanel at webhost3.memset.net [mailto:cpanel at webhost3.memset.net] On
Behalf Of conor at discuskeeping.com
Sent: 26 May 2006 15:05
To: Hamilton, David (TSG C&I)
Cc: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] RAID Controllers & Linux
Quoting conor at discuskeeping.com:
> Quoting "Hamilton, David (TSG C&I)" <david.hamilton3 at hp.com>:
>>> I have recently got my hands on an LSI Megaraid i4, already have a
>> Promise Supertrak SX6000 and a couple of HighPoint based controllers,
>> and have never been able to get any of them working properly under Linux.
>> I put the Megaraid into my epia system, installed FC5 and even though
>> the megariad modules autoloaded, the drives are mot visible/available.
>> Has anyone ever got any of these controllers working happily under Linux?
>> I'd obviously prefer the LSI or Promise since they are actual
>> hardware RAID controllers as opposed to half baked pretenders...
>> I'm trying to build a home server/NAS and am quickly running out of
>> What drivers versions are you trying with, distro too, with release
> version please.
Sorry, only just saw FC5 now.
Whats the megaraid driver version though -> there are a few and not all will
work with newer controllers.
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