Adaptec SCSI Controller RAID 10 + Fedora 10
rahul at excelize.com
Sun Jan 18 03:45:45 UTC 2009
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From: Craig White
To: Rahul Tidke ; Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using
Sent: Sunday, January 18, 2009 9:12 AM
Subject: Re: Adaptec SCSI Controller RAID 10 + Fedora 10
On Sun, 2009-01-18 at 08:50 +0530, Rahul Tidke wrote:
> I have just configured a RAID 1+0 on IBM xSeries eServer using Adaptec
> HOSTRAID SCSI controller and trying to install F10 on it; after selecting
> the language and keyboard option, Anaconda installer gives following error
> "Could not stat device /dev/mapper/asr_RAID10 No such file or directory"
> gives two option "Retry & Cancel", if I choose cancel and go forward it
> not detect my RAID arrays in the partitioning menu and shows all the
> individually. (RAID 10 is the name given to RAID array).
> What is wrong here? Does F10 supports RAID 10?
hardware RAID is invisible to the OS itself.
I wonder if the RAID array isn't still getting itself online - it takes
quite a bit of time depending upon the number of drives and the
speed/size of the drives. I believe the process is called scrubbing.
The last time I set up a RAID 10 was on a 6 drive RAID 10 (perhaps it
was called 1+0) on a Dell MD-1000 and I went to lunch and shopping
before I came back to install.
It's likely that the RAID array isn't available for installation until
the process is completed.
I configured RAID 1 in the next attempt and now F10 detects my RAID array.
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