Is it possible to manually add support for this layout during install? Try including attempted solutions, why they didn’t work, and the expected results. Fakeraid is generally on motherboards, but a lot of add in cards have it too. I’ve also tried the ubuntu livecd. Could you provide the output of dmraid -r and dmraid -s please by posting it to your original question?

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Server Fault works best with JavaScript enabled. Linux just recognise lijux raid as a device. Do you see anything from LSI in your lspci?

All times are GMT They’re the ones with the Megaraid series, so maybe that’s it. One disk failure could leave you with an unbootable system. I lntel edited the post with the result of the command given above. This question appears to be off-topic. Is it possible to manually add support for this layout during install?

The context for it is a real bitch to use, though. Help answer threads with 0 replies.


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My actually need is to know status of my raid device from command line. Yep, you have a fake raid.

I think you can find it on the LSI site, just be sure to get the right one, 32 or 64bit. You need a specialized device to speed up RAID6.

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This one boots but there’s appearently no support for this particular controller. If i understand properly, there is no Storage controller Driver in my system? See How can I ask better questions on Server Fault? You often configure and check status of the raid during bios boot.


Add a -v to the lspci and see what driver is bound to the device. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.

My machine runs on a intel motherboard with a sata raid controller and 2 x gb disks in a RAID0 configuration. And also, I like to monitor the hard disk status without stopping the machine, it hosts some web sites. Help with Contfoller raid setup.