I am planning to use raid 5 and my disk array consist of two ultra320 and one ultra3. Since the transfer rate of ultra3 is slower is it going to affect the whole transfer rate and wasteful to use two ultra320? Also should I use a ultra320 or ultra3 raid controller?
Answer Question | December 14, 2010 4:10 PM
RAID 5, RAID 5 Performance, RAID Array, Raid Controller
Our AS400 (9406-250 V5R1) has notified us that its 2763 i/o adapter card (raid controller) has failed and should be replaced and also mentions replacing the cache battery pack. I can buy refurbished parts that match the IBM part numbers, but my question is… is it simply a matter of locating and replacing the parts [...]
Answer Question | August 18, 2010 2:37 PM
AS/400, AS/400 Configuration, Raid Controller, V5R1
i have a server ml150 HP running windows 2003 that has a single hard drive. i want to intergrate a raid controller E200 smart array without loosing my data. i want to add two more hard drives. and configure raid 5.
Answer Question | June 25, 2009 2:55 PM
RAID, Raid Controller, Windows Server 2003
i have a server running windows 2003 that has a single hard drive and i want to intergrate a raid controller without loosing my data
Answer Question | June 26, 2009 7:59 AM
Raid Controller, raid controller card installation, Windows Server 2003
I have to install windows 2003 in a server machine. It contains SCSI hard disks and the Hard Disk is connected to the motherboard with RAID controller Card. When I try to install windows 2003, the OS is not recognize the Hard Disks. So I cant Install the Operating System to the server machine.
Answer Question | April 28, 2009 7:48 AM
RAID, Raid Controller, SCSI, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server Installation
I have a Highpoint ATA 454 RAID controller set up in a RAID 5 configuration with 4 disk. One of the disks in the in array is no longer recognized as a member because of one bad block. How can I “unmark” this disk as defective, and force it as a member of the array?
Answer Question | January 27, 2009 3:11 PM
Array, ATA, Highpoint ATA 454 RAID controller, RAID 5, Raid Controller
Hi, We’ve set up VMWare ESX3i on a single disk on our HP DL140 Server. We’re now trying to set up a RAID array, using the in-built LSI Logic SAS1068 RAID controller. Unfortunately, it says that there’s not enough space at the end of the disk, and it would need to be formatted, in order [...]
Answer Question | January 16, 2009 2:19 PM
HP DL140 Server, LSI Logic SAS1068 RAID controller, RAID, RAID 1, RAID Array, Raid Controller, VMware ESX, VMware ESX 3i