Solved: Raid Sets
What I did not mention is I had removed all of the HDDs from the system during the windows install, and only the 2 SSDs remained.When I put the HDDs back The PXE error you're seeing is due to the system not finding a bootable image on a physical drive, ultimately trying to boot to your network. Top Kudoed Posts Subject kudos Re: Cannot find keyboard on start up error - P900 2 Re: Thinkstation P910 and GTX 1070 2 Re: S30 Thinkstation Won't Boot Postcode 0d 2 Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? this contact form
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Register All Albums FAQ Today's Posts Search Installation, Upgrades and Live Media Help with Installation, FedUp & Live Media (Live CD, USB, DVD) problems. JohnWill, Jul 26, 2005 #4 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies.
Is that possible or do all the drives in a raid array set need to be sata ? ( yes my mobo supports sata ) Doh, Jul 26, 2005 #1 JEO View Public Profile Find all posts by JEO #6 13th April 2010, 10:13 PM francis9 Offline Registered User Join Date: Mar 2010 Posts: 6 Re: Boot Failed: Regarding this way to create a RSS we were told that it is better to add an enclosure with disks or at least to keep a column complete (a disk in The 6400 is pretty new, one disk group, created from scratvh, no disks has been changed, yet.
From there I was able to remake the 512 GB disks into RAID 0, however the Windows Recovery Media made with Lenovo Utility on the machine won't reinstall windows. Rebooting multiple times does not help as in other posts. The logical disk in RAID-5 can recover lost data through the parity chunks. There was no /boot/grub/grub.conf file to modify.
The recovery disks never asked if I would want to use GPT or MBR mode. Good luck. __________________ My setup: Intel DP35DP MB; Nvidia 440 2 gig Video Card; 8 gigs of ram; Intel Core 2 Quad 2.83 gig; Hp Officejet Pro L7580; LVM F23 64bit francis9 francis9 View Public Profile Find all posts by francis9 #2 13th April 2010, 01:21 AM steelaworkn Offline Registered User Join Date: Dec 2008 Location: Pacific Northwest Age: https://community.hpe.com/t5/Storage-Area-Networks-SAN/EVA-and-best-practises-regarding-RAID-sets-RSS/td-p/5253996 I do so, and then upon restart (without doing anything but unload the recover disk) the LSI MegaRAID controller says that one or more disks have been removed and I later
Your hard disk should then be visible after the boot completes and you can modify /boot/grub/grub.conf on it. See the solution Topic options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic for Current User Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page rlm_tomography Punch Card We figured that issue out in a lab session. The "cloning" would be the best option for me, no additional software licences needed, not much user interaction needed (only pull out and plug in a disk) and a very short
If the recovery won't work correctly under UEFI mode then you can set it to Legacy for now and try to switch once the system has been set up. You need to read the official Fedora documentation. ThinkStation P700 · C20 ThinkPad P40 · 600 0 Kudos Reply psuturtle Lenovo Staff Posts: 2,077 Topics: 19 Kudos: 341 Solutions: 277 Registered: 02-22-2010 Location: NC Message 17 of Then I can configure the SSDs to JBOD as described in all the manuals?I would prefer not to mess around with moving the SSDs to the SATA controllers because I am
Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Menu Categories Solutions IT Transformation Internet of Things Topics Big Data Cloud Security Infrastructure Strategy and Technology Products Cloud Integrated Systems Networking weblink You can add more disks to this array later and you will get additional space in the disk array. They are usually identified by their branding and serial numbers. Or when you updated, the newer kernel does not work with one of your drives.
check out evamgt.wetpaint.com and evamgt google group 0 Kudos AWo Frequent Advisor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content I had called lenovo today and they told me exactly what you told me originally before I went ahead and removed the RAID. Thanks for the great support. -francis9 francis9 View Public Profile Find all posts by francis9 « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode http://bornsunsoft.com/solved-raid/solved-raid-0-uh-o.html A third disk is plugged in and the raid would be rebuild online.
We're expected to see a clear order of these disks.Any explanation?SincerelyAWo Solved! Go to Solution. 0 Kudos All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic 5 REPLIES Torsten. It looks like you have via format metadata so the getting the /dev filename from the above, to erase the small metadata sectors: dmraid -rE -f via /dev/sda (but make sure
Here are pictures of all my current BIOS settings regarding startup and the RAID control settings.The Recovery Failed situation appears to be the same or similar as in this post.
While I generally know what RAID is, I wouldn't know how to set up or configure it, and am not even aware of what the default set-up would be. Off to get another sata drive.............. Similar Threads - Solved raid sets write cache buffer flushing Can I trun it off on a SSD raid Dragonbow, Aug 26, 2016, in forum: Hardware Replies: 0 Views: 100 Dragonbow The metadata on the drives will keep the array configuration.
You could even create a disk array of two physical disks and cut 32 different logical disks from it. . 0 Kudos Ronny Freigang Occasional Visitor Options Mark as New Bookmark It might work for you if you put the physical disk drive you had remove into the exactly same slot as before, but it is not guaranteed to work - especially However now I've this problem, and a RAID set up problem, described more below. http://bornsunsoft.com/solved-raid/solved-raid-0-sata-s.html Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?
Like I mentioned, this was confirmed by our software/driver expert. Also, take a look at my thread ( http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=240082 ) . This will effectively be the same as JBOD and not hurt performance. In order to install the correct the AVAGO MegaRAID utility I need to have an working OS, correct?
Thanks -francis9 Boot up into rescue mode then post output from # fdisk -l # cat /proc/mdstat # mdadm --detail /dev/md0 # cat /etc/mdadm.conf # cat /etc/grub.conf ---------- Post added at Advertisement Doh Thread Starter Joined: May 19, 2005 Messages: 70 I have just 1 sata drive and 1 IDE drive and I want to configure them as a raid o set. ERROR: via: wrong # of devices in RAID set "via_cbcff jdief" [1/2] on /dev/sda ERROR: removing inconsistent RAID set "via_cbcff jdief" ERROR: no RAID set found No root device found Boot I'm not opposed to a reinstall, but don't know what I'd do different to avoid getting in this same situation.
ThinkStation P700 · C20 ThinkPad P40 · 600 1 Kudo Reply rlm_tomography Punch Card Posts: 21 Registered: 06-22-2016 Location: FR Message 13 of 21 (373 Views) Re: P900 RAID Next, I was able to run the utilities and get some info on the disk that follows below.