From: Stephane Dudzinski (stephane at domain antefacto.com)
Date: Tue 08 May 2001 - 13:31:05 IST
That's alright for the windows part, i only use linux.
That's a pain not to have proper drivers :(
On 08 May 2001 13:28:02 +0100, Wesley Darlington wrote:
> Hi All,
> On Tue, May 08, 2001 at 01:14:51PM +0100, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
> > I ran into a small problem last time on my box. I've got an Abit KT7A
> > RAID with integrated HPT 370 controller. I did setup a RAID0 container
> > of two 20GB drives, it then saw happily a 37.8GB drive. Went into the
> > redhat 7.1 and it didn't load up any module to care of RAID. And it then
> > saw : 2 drives :(
> > Wondering if there are specific parameters to give on boot, anybody
> > tried that ? (i am not talking about software RAID but hardware with
> > controller).
> AIUI, the HPT370's built-int `raid' is almost completely a *software*
> implementation. It depends on OS drivers. Linux doesn't have such
> drivers, AFAIK.
> If you want to do raid on disks on your HPT370, you'll have to use linux'
> own software raid. This implies that you can't easily dual boot to windows
> and linux on raid0.
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