Upvote if you found this answer helpful or interesting. The context for it is a real bitch to use, though. You will be able to leave a comment after signing in. But maybe thats just mb built in fake hw raids? I am wondering if their is a specific command I can use, as I have been scouring the Internet for the past day looking for this information.
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Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Here are what I think would be the relevant outputs from the system when I put two scratch drives in the machine, create a simple striped RAID0 set across them lunux install CentOS 5 into that striped set: Link is as follows for anyone interested: Yep, you have a fake raid.
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Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Cheap cards and motherboard based RAID are useless. Posted May 21, CentOS5 appears to automatically do so as part of its installer, and I am presented with a choice of three drives sda, sdb and 631xesb/632xebs dmraid detected array of the two.
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The cheaper cards and motherboard built in raids are fake.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_ATA_PIIX: Intel PIIX/ICH SATA support
Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. If it’s on the builtin intel chipset, ya it’s fakeraid. Follow, to linu updates on this topic. I am wondering if their is a specific command I can use, as I have been scouring the Internet for the past day looking for this information.
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Dear Jim, We are looking into the issue and will revert to you soon. I have used “lsmod” 631xesb/632xssb see my modules, but once I am in there I do not know where my disk controller information would be found. But maybe thats just mb built in fake hw raids?
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Fakeraid is generally on motherboards, but a lot of add in cards have it too.
CONFIG_SATA_AHCI: AHCI SATA support
Posted May 2, I also needed to find my NIC info as well, so I typed “modinfo [device]” and it gave me the driver version there. And also, I like to monitor the hard disk status without stopping the machine, it hosts some web sites.
Posted June 19, Sure Thing, here is the lspci -v output: I need to find the driver version for my disk controller Hello, I am currently trying to find out what driver version I am using 631xebs/632xesb my server. Sorry if I post is in wrong place. They’re the ones with the Megaraid series, so maybe that’s it.
Linux just recognise the raid as a device.