3ware 9000 Series SATA Raid and Fedora Core 2 ?
alexander.dalloz at uni-bielefeld.de
Mon Sep 20 21:25:53 UTC 2004
Am Mo, den 20.09.2004 schrieb Erwin Cloostermans um 21:39:
Please do not "hijack" foreign threads by replying to list mails while
you want to start a new topic.
> I recently installed FC2 on a new system containing the following hardware:
> Intel Pentium4
> Supermicro P4SCi mainboard
> 3ware S9500-8 raid controller
> 4x WD sata drives 250GB connected to raid controller
> 1x WD sata drive connected to maind board (boot disk)
> I'm a Linux dummie and can't get my raid controllor installed. Is there
> anybody who wants to help me ?
> The installation guide of the 3ware controller sais there is a driver for
> linux red hat 9.0
> --> can I use that driver or do I have to recompile the driver for FC2 ?
> The installation guide also says I have to
> 1) copy the file 3w-9xxx.o from the driver cd or 3ware website to
> /lib/modules/<put kernel string here>/kernel/drivers/scsc/3w-9xxx.o
> --> that worked
No. It worked not. You just copied an incompatible kernel module into
the modules tree of your Fedora kernel. That is pointless.
> TIA, Erwin
It seems to that you have Fedora Core 2 already installed on the SATA
drive connected to your mainboard. So just update to the latest FC2
kernel. It has the needed kernel module.
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