Any help would be much appreciated. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. They’re the ones with the Megaraid series, so maybe that’s it. Your boot RAID is degraded. Server Fault works best with JavaScript enabled. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

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I had used it already but seeing it give me ne result on a driver, I though it was useless. Hi bros, lspci -v shows this: Fakeraid is generally on motherboards, but a lot of add in cards have it too. There are some motherboards that have used their chips, so it could be in there. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

The “driver” is a kernel module you can list with lsmod grep raid. 28801

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The pure reality is that in your case, the software raid is nearly surely a much better option, as the hardware. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. My actually need is to know status of my raid device from command line. Linux just recognise the raid as a device.


The RAID is implemented in the kernel. 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.

So I went ahead and grabbed a knoppix livecd and tried it out.

If it’s on the builtin intel chipset, ya it’s fakeraid. The time now is Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Help answer threads with 0 replies.

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Is it possible to manually add support for this layout intep install? I have edited the post with the result of the command given above.

Sata RAID with onboard raid controller. Basically, it’s an on-board embedded megaraid, I create the raid array in BIOS with megaraid utility, then installed ubuntu normally on the array without any further driver installation lspci show me this: There are numerous writeups, walkthroughs and howtos on how to get software RAID working with dmraidhere is one specifically written for Ubuntu users. Contrpller good attention to mdstat.


My machine runs on a intel motherboard with a sata raid controller and 2 x gb disks in controllet RAID0 configuration. Cheap cards and motherboard based RAID are useless. BB code is On.

Visit the following links: Try including attempted solutions, why they didn’t work, and the expected results. Unfortunately i got a kernel panic and that was pretty much it. Thanks for all your replies.