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The Create New Array screen shown below allows you to select disks for a new array. Two settings are available: The system BIOS assigns this value. The SAS Address assigned to this adapter. The PHY link status. If you make changes to the boot order, the Configuration Utility prompts you to save the changes before you exit the screen. However, the adapter will still be visible through the Configuration Protocol.

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Press Insert or Delete to add or remove an adapter to or from the boot order. If you insert an drive fysion has been configured with cssi RAID volume into a server that did not previously have its drives configured with RAID volumes, the existing drive s in the server will be converted to RAID volumes during automatic synchronization and any existing data on the existing drive s in the server will be erased.

Specifies whether to enable an adapter upon the next boot. The serial number of this device.

The Boot Support setting in the Adapter Properties menu can be used to change the status of this setting. Devices such as tape drives and scanners require that a device driver specific to that device yost loaded. The PCI slot in which the hoost is located. There are several limitations when creating a RAID 1 volume:.


The PCI slot in which the controller is installed. This option is only applicable to devices attached to adapter number zero in the boot list on non-BBS systems.

Press Enter, type in a value and then press Enter again to specify a new timeout value. To display detailed information, specify Verbose mode. The count stops when it reaches the maximum value.

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Set this option to No if you have problems with a device that responds to all LUNs whether they are occupied or hosy. You might decide to alter these default values if there is a conflict between device settings or to optimize system performance. If finished with this screen, press the ESC key. Otherwise, the old partitioning data will be reused.

Set this option to No if there is a device that you do not want to be available to the system. Select a minimum of two disks in this column. If the controller indicates a failure, the service processor lights the fault LED on the corresponding disk drive and logs the error in the SP event log.

Note – The screens shown in this appendix are examples. To mirror a disk that contains existing data, first select the disk fusuon data to be retained; this drive becomes the primary copy of an integrated-mirrored array. Of the two different integrated-mirroring configurations, only RAID1 arrays can be created to keep previous data.


Press Enter to restore the default values for all items on this screen. The Configuration Utility will pause while the array is being created. Sets the default value for synchronous and wide negotiations with specified devices. Follow these steps to create a RAID 1 volume on an adapter that does not currently have a volume configured. The master boot records MBR of other disks in the array are deleted.

Graphical status bar that shows the current completion status of the operation. The Configuration Utility will pause while the hotspare is being added. Despite it seems that no real upstream development exists for this tool, it works fine and is reliable.


When part of an array, this option shows the size used for the array. If one volume is already configured, follow these steps to add a second volume.

The Revision ID of this adapter. Termination at the adapter is off. Press Ffusion to delete the array, or press N to abandon the deletion.

Each stripe unit has a secondary or alternate copy that is stored on a different disk.