Re: Problems with DC-100 RAID

Re: Problems with DC-100 RAID

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Posted by Craig on March 06, 2002 at 22:41:35:

In Reply to: Re: Problems with DC-100 RAID posted by Matt Love on March 02, 2002 at 00:40:52:

: : : : Hy,

: : : : I installed the DC-100 RAID with the Driver delivered from, and it works. He rebuilt the mirror under Linux, and after finishing cat /proc/scsi/hpt370/0 said, RAID-Status normal.

: : : : But now every time I restart the PC, it stops within the HPT-Bios saying:

: : : : The device of Primary Master isn't accomplish rebuild, recommend you finish it
: : : : The device of Primary Slave isn't accomplish rebuild, recommend you finish it

: : : : Therefor I rebuilt the Array using the HPT-Bios with Rebuild Array! After doing this, the message doesn't occur anymore, but when I start Linux, Linux again starts to rebuild the mirror, and when it's done with it, the messages from the HPT-Bios occures again.

: : : : The Problem is, that the BIOS stops booting every time the above mentioned message occures, and as this machine is supposed to be a server, I don't want to need physical access to the machine if there would be a interrupt in the power source.

: : : : Does anyone know something bout this??

: : : : Thanks in advance

: : : : Cheers
: : : : Marco

: : : I have the same problem with my Abit TH-II Raid motherboard with Redhat linux 7.2. Did you solve the problem yet?

: :
: : Me too with abit bl7-raid under win2k. Anyone had any luck?

: I've just installed RH7.2 and also experienced this problem. Has anyone had any luck yet?

Bump! I just experienced this problem as well on a new Redhat 7.2 installation on a Abit TH7II board.

I followed the Highpoint instructions to the letter.

Thanks in advance.


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