|Date Added:||8 March 2007|
|File Size:||34.63 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Guillaume Filion 8 Too hard to support and not enough readily available information.
Linux users can use the following command to create their driver diskette. One Gb will take about 15mins, smart array b110i is theorteical valueit completely depends smary the controller, rebuilding of the array happens when the controller is free, usually controller that has a cache works faster than the one without, B is a dynamic controller which simply means that the load is on the OS for rebuilding, It also depends upon smart array b110i rebuild prioirty has been setup in the array config utility which cannot be changed untill the array is completely up.
Since the raid card arry see me drives I can’t install the OS.
Please type your message and try again. One of the drives went bad so instead of replacing it with another 1gb drive we decided to upgrade all four with 4 4tb drives. In no way was this designed to “cut corners”, just trying smart array b110i re-use hardware in a manner that the manufacturer suggests is possible!
This content has been marked as final. Regardless of the fact this controller cannot be made to work – you appear smart array b110i have a process of implementing backups by storing backup data on the same server as your production data.
This is a background operation, so you can continue to work.
You are being redirected
Possibly the same thing. Sign up using Email and Password. Finally, the installation procedure asks if you wish you load any more driver disks.
HP Smart Array B110i
This is not a true fault tolerance or ha settings, think of it as a kind of “smart backup”: Do you really need 8TBTB usable in a four disk setup? Where did you find the post-os firmware? We smart array b110i two logical drives in a RAID 0 configuration 9. Yesterday, one of the disks failed.
HP Proliant ML Smart Array Bi Raid 1 disk upgrade – Ars Technica OpenForum
I would heavily recommend against this. Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
The controller is intentionally crippled and really part of the motherboard’s BIOS. Can you suggest a Smart Array card that will support 2TB or greater.