I have the HP SmartCd but i can’t get it to the stage where it boots form the cd. Now, this i were i am lost as i have no raid experience. Could you please post some more information, like last screen messages. BB code is On. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Find More Posts by Redhat

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These servers will default to booting from the onboard controller.


You should also try booting to a live Sccsi as suggested previously Ubuntu, Fedora, etc. Its not a smart array is it? Find More Posts by mesiol. When teh server boots the first option is to configure the ‘Lights out option’ which i know is nothing to do with the raid, then the next option is the SCSI card config. And then falls into a loop here.


That will generally produce the symptoms you describe, no operating system found. Upon power-up system performs POST and finally starts looking for bootable device This will tell you for sure how the drives are configured, and which if any drives have failed etc.


It has 3 72gb drivers in the server. The time now is Join our community today! If I recall I tried changing boot order, but system wouldn’t accept 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. I am at a loss as i have scdi done ths before.

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Either way the reference to C: The time now is Assuming that it was a RAID setup will not ecsi any, and a hard shutdown can have done some unknown damage to drives or controller.

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Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Having a problem logging in? If it’s hanging at the SCSI bios boot screen it’s likely you have a cable problem. Find More Posts by bobloblian. From there you can check a few things, such as how the current array is setup and which controller is used as a boot controller. You might also want to check in BIOS and in the array controller firmware to make sure the correct device is set as the boot controller.


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Find More Posts by ComputerErik. Erik, I did check the Smart Array controller and shows as follows: Now, this i were i am lost as i have no raid experience. If you need to reset your password, click here.

By starscream in forum Wireless Networks. I’m pretty certain this is set up in raid config.