I need to find the driver version for my disk controller Hello, I am currently trying to find out what driver version I am using for my server. They’re the ones with the Megaraid series, so maybe that’s it. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Do you see anything from LSI in your lspci? Upvote if you also have this question or find it interesting.

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Posted May 2, There are some motherboards that have used their chips, so it could be in there. Posted May 9, Hi, I have tried configuring the RAID as both 0 and 1 from the bios as I only have two drives those are the only ssata available to me.


Please refer following KB articles for more information about Fakeraid and working with it. Is it during installation or after installation? Please sign in to comment You will be able to leave a comment after signing in Sign In Now.

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Guest Enthusiast 14 Members 6, posts. Link is as follows for anyone interested: I have fired this off to you today, look forward to your response. Hello, I am currently trying to find out what control,er version I am using for my server.


Unless you need to dual boot with windows, you should not use the fake raid support since it is not as robust; use mdadm Linux software raid instead.

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CentOS5 appears to automatically do so as part of its installer, and I am liunx with a choice of three drives sda, sdb and the dmraid detected array of the two.

If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Add a -v to the lspci and see what driver is bound to the device.

I also needed to find my NIC info as well, so I typed “modinfo [device]” and it gave me the driver version there. Having a problem logging in?

Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started 631xesb/632xeab, with exercises at the end of each chapter. I am wondering if their is a specific command I can use, as I have been scouring the Internet for the past day looking for this information.


Ritesh, Thanks for that – I will look forward to the new release.

Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_ATA_PIIX: Intel PIIX/ICH SATA support

Any further suggestions, or should I consider the mdadm route as documented elsewhere in the forum? Upvote if you also have this question or find it interesting. Dell Unknown device Flags: I think you can find it on the LSI site, just be sure to get the right one, lnux or 64bit. You need a specialized device to speed up RAID6.

Posted May 4, Posted June 19, If you need to reset your cobtroller, click here. Posted May 21, Share this post Link to post. Sure Thing, here is the lspci -v output: For the time being I have decided to use the instructions for installing onto a software mdadm raid which I found in the forums.