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A general purpose utility, that reports detailed and brief information about multiple different hardware units such as cpu, memory, disk, usb controllers, network adapters etc.
Intel ICH8R RAID
I doubt most of these are installed in RHEL cloud instances. I would like for someone to check out this download from Intel: Surprising to some, even hardware RAID is on the way out. Check out our previous post on hwinfo Check hardware information on Linux with hwinfo command. You get emails on any disk failure.
Q and ICH8R support?!
Copyright -Tech Support Forum. Hardinfo, I-nex are some of the popular ones that provide detailed information about multiple different hardware components. Stick a mdadm cheat-sheet above your desk and be done with it. I would also like to get Linux-drivers for ich10r, or prefferably a linux-version with drivers built in.
Good details are kinux.
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Some commands ixh8r only specific hardware components like cpu or memory while the rest cover multiple hardware units. The time now is However they are available across most linux distros, and can be easily installed from the default repositories. Here are some of them.
Ich8r linux driver – Free download and software reviews –
I am a n00b in Linux, my main competanse would be DOS. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. I use Debian on my Laptop, and am aiming to move as much of my browsing and other non gaming activity to linux as possible, mostly for security reasons.
So my bet would be that Mepis won’t do it without some manual tweaking. BB code is on. Now with multicore hyperthreaded 2. Having a problem logging in? I think there really are just 7 files I need.
Fakeraid is an absolute thumbs down. By default brief information is printed. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. I really need a list of files I need to put in the root of my USB stick, or a guide as to what to do.
The list llnux lscpu, hwinfo, lshw, dmidecode, lspci etc. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
I have a dual boot Windows XP Raid 0 bios setup; I had to set it up manually with slackware with dmraid etc, as I couldn’t get Ubuntu think it was 8.
Intel® RAID Controller Hubs—Linux* Support
The lspci command lists out all the ichr8 buses and details about the devices connected to them. What else do you want? Same thing gets written to both discs at the same time, a problem on one is a problem on two.