By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. The context for it is a real bitch to use, though. Yes, I find it funny that it doesn’t show the driver, like mine does: You will be able to leave a comment after signing in. 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. Sure Thing, here is the lspci -v output: Posted May 14,
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Posted May 10, I also needed to find my NIC info as well, so I typed “modinfo [device]” and it gave me the driver version there.
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Dell Unknown device Flags: Posted May 11, I need to find the driver version for my disk controller Controlller, I am currently trying to find out what driver version I am 631xesb/632xxesb for my server.
Follow, to receive updates on this topic. I’m kind of confusing about raid knowledge now, don’t know if mine is hardware one. Yes, I find it funny that it doesn’t show the driver, like mine does: Hi bros, lspci -v shows this: Sorry if I post is in wrong place.
Posted May 9, You will be able to leave a comment after signing in. Posted May 14, Posted May 22, Sure Thing, here is the lspci -v output: Are you new controlker LinuxQuestions.
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I tried megacli tool, every commands I type just return 361xesb/632xesb Code: All times are GMT Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. For the time being I have decided to use the instructions for installing onto a software mdadm raid which I found in the forums. CentOS5 daid to automatically do so as part of its installer, and I am presented with a choice of three drives sda, sdb and the dmraid detected array of the two.
Unless you need to dual boot with windows, you should not use the fake raid support since it is not as robust; use mdadm Linux software raid instead. Yep, you have a fake raid.
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But maybe thats just mb built in fake hw raids? Basically, it’s an on-board embedded megaraid, I create the 631xsb/632xesb array in BIOS with megaraid utility, then installed ubuntu normally on the array without any further driver installation lspci show me this: Add a -v to the lspci and see what driver is bound to the device. The cheaper cards and motherboard built in raids are fake. I’ve wata Ubuntu Upvote if you found this answer helpful or interesting.
Link is as follows for anyone interested: They’re the ones with the Megaraid series, so maybe that’s it.
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