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1. Red Hat
I want to delete a RAID configuration an old server has.
Since i haven't the chance to work with the specific raid controller in the past can you please help me how to perform the configuraiton?
I downloaded IBM ServeRAID Support CD but i wasn't able to configure the video card so i... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: @dagio
Couple of sentences for background: I'm a software developer, whose task was to create a server software for our customer. Software is ready for deployment and customer has a new T4-1 SPARC, but somehow it also became my task also to setup the server. I have managed to get the server is up... (13 Replies)
Discussion started by: julumme
I have a scsi pci x raid controller card on which I had created a disk array of 3 disks
when I type lspv ; I used to see 3 physical disks ( two local disks and one raid 5 disk )
suddenly the raid 5 disk array disappeared ; so the hardware engineer thought the problem was with SCSI... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: filosophizer
4. Red Hat
We have configured software based RAID5 with LVM on our RHEL5 servers. Please let us know if its good to configure software RAID on live environment servers. What can be the disadvantages of software RAID against hardware RAID (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: mitchnelson
Dear Team ,
how i can configure raid 1 (mirroring) using ide hdd in sco open unix 5
i have two 80gb identical hdd (same make/model)
thanx (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: sudhir69
I need to configure T5240 with Internal SAS RAID HBA(SG-XPCIESAS-R-INT-Z).. T5240 uses 8 hard disks... From the documents of RAID card I have found that I need to create a jump start server to include three packages SUNWaac, StorMan, SUNWgccruntime if Im using solaris10 5/08...
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Discussion started by: nicktrix
7. Shell Programming and Scripting
hi to all
am new to shell scripting..itz very urgent.
when i excuting the command metastat(raid configuration info) it will display some information.
if staus is okey.no problem.once i... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: arjunreddy3
8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
The B machine is using rcp method to copy a file to A machine.
But it is not getting copied.
Its giving the error as:
remshd: Login incorrect.
On A machine rhosts file has details about the B machine.
Could anyone tell what could be done to make this work?
Any help is appreciated.... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: nehak
9. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
i have sunblade 1000 i get a error all of sudden cpu panic error this comes twice a day is this because of patches not installed in the system or its regarding memory or cpu can any one helpme out
thanks in advance
solaris (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: solaris8in
HD(4) Linux Programmer's Manual HD(4)
hd - MFM/IDE hard disk devices
The hd* devices are block devices to access MFM/IDE hard disk drives in raw mode. The master drive on the primary IDE controller (major
device number 3) is hda; the slave drive is hdb. The master drive of the second controller (major device number 22) is hdc and the slave
General IDE block device names have the form hdX, or hdXP, where X is a letter denoting the physical drive, and P is a number denoting the
partition on that physical drive. The first form, hdX, is used to address the whole drive. Partition numbers are assigned in the order
the partitions are discovered, and only non-empty, non-extended partitions get a number. However, partition numbers 1-4 are given to the
four partitions described in the MBR (the `primary' partitions), regardless of whether they are unused or extended. Thus, the first logi-
cal partition will be hdX5. Both DOS-type partitioning and BSD-disklabel partitioning are supported. You can have at most 63 partitions
on an IDE disk.
For example, /dev/hda refers to all of the first IDE drive in the system; and /dev/hdb3 refers to the third DOS `primary' partition on the
They are typically created by:
mknod -m 660 /dev/hda b 3 0
mknod -m 660 /dev/hda1 b 3 1
mknod -m 660 /dev/hda2 b 3 2
mknod -m 660 /dev/hda8 b 3 8
mknod -m 660 /dev/hdb b 3 64
mknod -m 660 /dev/hdb1 b 3 65
mknod -m 660 /dev/hdb2 b 3 66
mknod -m 660 /dev/hdb8 b 3 72
chown root:disk /dev/hd*
mknod(1), chown(1), mount(8), sd(4)
Linux 1992-12-17 HD(4)