On 26 May 2006, at 15:28, conor at discuskeeping.com wrote:
> Quoting "Hamilton, David (TSG C&I)" <david.hamilton3 at hp.com>:
>>> I'll have to look at it at home 'cos it's not beside me right now.
>> I am booting off a separate hard disk.
>> OK, that explains it then.
>> Try the megaraid2 module first - kudzu sometimes detects and
> installs the wrong driver -> it scans the PCI bus and sees LSI - so
> tries the megaraid standard driver. This only works for well old
Another thing to check is whether you've actually created any RAID
volumes. If the controller only has raw disks available to it,
without any volumes, the kernel might not see any drives. I've seen
some megaraid controllers behave one way and some the other on this
Colm Buckley / colm at tuatha.org / +353 87 2469146 / www.colm.buckley.name
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