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A voluminous source of motherboard specs is hereon the AVS forums, commented on here.

Users are starting to add motherboard info with compatibility grades to the Personal Text field of their forum posts, which appears on the left side of the post, under the post count. For more information, see this thread. Wondering how to add this info?

See this post. Also check user sigs signatures within the forums for motherboard and other build information. Their actual build may be listed, or a link entitled My Rig which should take you to detail about their system. And check the Pimp Your Rig forum thread for user builds with pictures. All unRAID users are invited to add their working boards here, to help others.

How to Determine the RAID Controller Installed in My Server - Training Information - 149540

We recommend you also add a new topic to the Motherboards forum, with your board as Subject heading, and listing more details of your build. Others are especially interested in the CPU and RAM choices you have found to work, as well as your power Adaptec Dell 2Si RAID Controllers, CPU cooler, fans, addon disk controllers, disk drives, case, etc.

After the file has been edited, restart the fsasrvnw. To do this, type unload fsasrvnw followed by load fsasrvnw at the console prompts.

Manual browser: aac(4)

Adaptec Dell 2Si RAID Controllers The access section contains the following flags: If this field is set to false then no remote users will be allowed to open controllers in read-write mode. The read-write password setting and read-only-password setting in fsasrvnw. Current software for managing AAC arrays is available at Adaptec website: Below is information on the old afacli tool Dell also provides some admin tools in binary form.


See http: Latest version seems to be provided as afaapps The RPM can be converted to. This utility along with other crap can be downloaded here: I had some problems with Adaptec SA.

Ck :: When Windows setup doesn't find the (SAS-)disks

Debian kernel freezes rejected IO to offline devices in case array becomes downgraded ie one disk failed. The driver is in the main Adaptec Dell 2Si RAID Controllers as of 2. Now depending on your PERC version which you can see on your boot screen of the server you might need to change the file: OEM needs to be changed?


All the data on the memory stick will be deleted. The utility copies the files and formats the USB stick in a special way, which makes the stick able to be seen like a virtual floppy drive when booting on a Dell server.

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Don't worry, when you can't access the stick anymore by Windows, that's normal now. Plug the memory stick in your Power Edge server and boot it.

If you have an Adaptec PERC, you will see the following message: Dell PowerEdge Expandable RAID Controller 2, BIOS VX.X [Build PERC 2 (PCI); PERC 2/Si: PowerEdge ; PERC 3/Si: PowerEdge ; PERC 3/Di. Supported controllers include: · Adaptec Adaptec Dell 2Si RAID Controllers · Adaptec SCSI RAID S SCSI RAID S · Dell PERC 2/Si · Dell PERC 2/QC · Dell PERC 3/Di · Dell.

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