With the sda and sdb being 2 physical present discs I got the expected “messy” output. LinuxRaidForAdmins last modified If not, is the source for some command line tool available which can report this status? Attached scsi generic sg4 type 0 [ 7. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. The time now is
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How to Install Areca Backup in Ubuntu Linux
Attached scsi generic sg5 type 0 [ 7. Minimum status information is OK or degraded i. Debian-Installer Is the hardware supported by the Debian-Installer?
Some tools and drivers are available from the vendor. Some find it easier to use graphical tools.
Linux and Hardware RAID: an administrator’s summary
Yes hpsa Yes Yes Yes? There are Debian packages of both tools available from http: With the -vv option you might see if a kernel module has been loaded to support it. Here’s the output of lspci -vv Code:. Originally Posted by lithos. Attached scsi generic sg3 type 0 [ 2. On the top of my head I did: Find More Posts by bucovaina Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues.
LinuxRaidForAdmins last modified There is a precompiled command line tool ipssend available from the vendor CD and IBM’s dumplog archive.
Areca Backup – Wikipedia
The driver is in the main kernel as of 2. A daemon detecting status changes and reporting to syslog as SNMP traps is packaged as cpqarrayd. Visit the following links: It doesn’t mean it’s detected and working. Is the source for a command line interface tool available for adding and removing disks from the RAID set? Status RAID status easily available? I’ve got Debian 6. Last edited by bucovaina78; at Find More Posts by onebuck.
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View LQ Wiki Contributions. Hardware using this driver: Is the kernel driver needed for this RAID system available in the wreca kernel? CLI tool statically linked i and amd64 binaries also can be downloaded from ftp site. All times are GMT If such information is easily available, monitoring tools can be written to detect and report failures.
This is a must when maintaining a lot of machines using for instance a serial line console. If not, please report a bug with workaround if known. Might be of help, the output of Code:.
Both tools are available as Debian packages from http: