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If you are compiling the raid module for your machine with this manual, your system will stop Areca ARC-1210. First, get the most recent version of the driver sources from Areca's FTP Server and extract it in some place maybe the root users home folder.

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Areca ARC-1210 the console, log in as root and change to the kernel-version Download the driver diskette update image from Areca FTP site [] Enter your preferred folder and go into install, then extract update. Go back to the directory where you extracted the gzipped tar, delete update.

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You can get that info with the superblock header option of dumpe2fs: It seems it's Areca ARC-1210 really designed Areca ARC-1210 handling all that internally The CLI they provide is a closed source mess that you must test for compatibility You must monitor the Areca event log using their CLI if you're using their controller in production The controller doesn't support any user-requested SMART scans On a caching controller, using "e2fsck -c" may give more reliable results than the full "mkfs -c" Since the disk here is obviously trashed, and I can't do any of the SMART operations to try and make it better when attached to the Areca controller, at this point I moved it to another system and replaced it with the spare I had for this array.

I didn't lose any data here, but I did find myself a lot less comfortable recommending Areca controllers.

I just pointed out last month that current 3ware controllers have caught up with Areca's performance. But since you can run smart tests directly with the Linux smartctl on 3ware controllers, all you really need the CLI for is looking Areca ARC-1210 the hardware RAID to see what Areca ARC-1210 disk status there is.

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As for what I went through trying to get the failing drive back to operating order again, that's a whole 'nother story. Posted by.

ARC/// (4/8/12/port PCIe to SATA ll RAID Adapters) The ARCXX SATA ll RAID host adapter is a high-performance PCI-Express bus. SES2, SMP and SGPIO enclosure management. ✵ Redundant Areca ARC-1210 image for adapter availability.

✵ Multiple RAID 0 and RAID 10 (1E) support (RAID 00 and.

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