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Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. You may have to “accept the new configuration” to continue either in the bios or during boot. Give serious consideration of new hardware and min of two servers if you don’t want to be on the edge of total disaster.
Moving the array to another card typically does not work unless the new card is the same make and model of RAID controller. You should have ejected one, waited for the whole raid to complete and then ejected number 2 drive and then waited for the raid to rebuild etc etc. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I found some documentatoin from Dell “Firmware and Driver — A mismatch of firmware and driver could result in random controller lockups, hangs or BSODs.
The raid configuration information should be stored on the drives and the controller.
Dell Poweredge , RAID, SCSI Controller – Windows Server
Duardon 16 1 6. The system should be at the current approved level.
Community Forum Software by IP. There is no conversion between the two server OS’s. I guess you learnt the hard way that you cannot eject each disk one after another until the raid array has rebuilt.
Dell Poweredge 1800, RAID, SCSI Controller
poqeredge I’m looking into the default boot device, and updating the firmware on the poweredge. How do I identify which drive failed? Sign up using Facebook. What are the risks? This unit has a RAID 5 array, but I haven’t pulled a recent enough backup of the data on it to feel comfortable, so I simply can’t break the array in any way.