Even if it means we do not use Raid. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. If anyone actually reads down this far…. May 11, at If you need storage solutions for redundancy — hardware or fake RAID — you also need an extra identical controller card that you have tested to be working in the running system.
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Adaptec – Adaptec Serial ATA II RAID SA
April 25, at 2: I have other things I would rather be doing with my time then batteling with getting hardware to work properly in an OS I am not comfortable with.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Adaptec makes crap hardware anymore. Adaptec A Raid controller card. The list of non Windows operating systems that they do support is meager at best and only includes versions that are at least a year old. Friends you can try it. It would be cheaper to just use motherboard SATA ports and setup software raid.
Драйверы для ADAPTEC 1430SA
I just want to setup the raid volume on a raid cards bios and when it boots have the ubuntu installer just see that afaptec. Adaptec cards of today are slow.
If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. I want to see how well raid works and play with setting adapteec etc on an Ubuntu You will need to build the driver from http: Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues.
Running fine with Debian vanilla since it is fully supported.
Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. They seem to hire the type of engineers Adaptec used to do.
Adaptec 1420SA is JUNK!
Thanks for publishing this. Fully function in CentOS 5 Linux version 2.
May 31, at February 21, at If the controller fails, all your data is gone until you find a replacement card with the same bios version, hw rev no etc etc. December 4, at 4: Having a problem logging in?
Even if it means we do not use Raid. It was a lot of bitching without a lot of content as to why.
Performance should be the same. The good Adaptec cards as we know them from the SCSI-era were designed by a different type of engineers. Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. I came here by google too: