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kernel panic – Dell CERC ATA/4ch raid controller
Comment 12 Tom Coughlan Boy was I wrong. After some planning and preparation, it is possible to migrate array and virtual disks from pinux controller, enclosure or server to another. The time now is If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
In our estimation, LSI has dropped the ball; have they explained to you how your older hardware will be supported? Comment 14 Richard L. Do we have a problem from Dell’s standpoint?
Is this true hardware RAID or just an expensive card? Sometimes sda errors appear on the current active VT but nothing appears in the logs after reboot which is due to the megaraid driver crashing.
Since the CERC card itself was recognized just fine, 4cb thought it would be no problem to get the virtual drive online. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Ubuntu could also not find my disk, whatever megaraid driver I tried Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
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Moving Array and Virtual Disks from One System to Another
Legacy drive info from kernel source 2. Comment 6 Natalie Protasevich Press Esc and save the new configuration when prompted. At the moment kernel 2. Description Ata010 Kabir FYI I have noticed this message in all kernel versions from 2. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
It wasn’t long before they dropped support for this hardware and the only way to utilize it under Linux was to compile it yourself.
Poking around a little uncovered that xerc folks have been getting this old raid card with a modern kernel. Comment 6 Jay Turner Posted by Scott Knight at So, I thought, if they can do it, so can I.
Comment 13 Jay Turner Comment 5 Steve Nash Replacing the raid disks. Comment 3 Steve Nash Comment 4 Jay Turner