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  1. I'm building a new NAS/Plex server with 3 3TB SAS drives. I'm using SAS because its cheaper and I already had a blade that had a SAS interface. I have a HP Z220 workstation and the LSI 9265-8i RAID card, but when I try to boot up it doesn't open the LSI RAID BIOS, and no matter what I change in the HP BIOS it doesn't recognize the RAID card in the boot menu, and runs the normal boot sequence. I have tested the entire setup on my Ryzen 5 2600 system and my i5-2400 system and it works flawlessly with both of those, it recognizes the RAID card and initializes the SAS drives. Am I missing something dumb in the BIOS, or does it need an update? I have also gotten the HP Z220 workstation to boot to windows off of a SATA SSD plugged into the motherboard so its working, I just think that I have some sort of configuration wrong. I also don't see why the RAID card would be incompatible with the Z220 motherboard. Does anyone have any suggestions on why its not being recognized? Thank you for any help you can give! Specs for each system: Z220 - CPU: Xeon E3-1225 V2 3.2Ghz RAM: 8GB DDR3 i5 - CPU: i5-2400 Motherboard: ECS Z77H2-83 version 1.2 RAM 6GB DDR3 Ryzen - CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 Motherboard: Gigabyte B450 AORUS PRO WIFI RAM: 16GB DDR4
  2. I have an LSI MegaRAID 9260-8i hardware RAID card running on an Asus PRIME x399-a motherboard. The RAID card works fine, but I can't access the firmware config utility to make any changes to its setup. I tried a previous suggestion to press Ctrl+H at the RAID card's prompt, then enter the motherboard's boot menu with F8 and select the RAID card, but this didn't work; it skipped straight ahead to load Windows. Is there any other way to get in?
  3. I have an LSI MegaRAID 9260-8i hardware RAID card in my machine and I want to add a backup battery so the cache RAM on the card is properly used. The documentation lists LSIiBBU07 and LSIiBBU08 as compatible; I think one mounts to a separate bracket and connects with a cable and the other goes directly on the RAID card, but which is which? I would much prefer the one that goes straight on the card.
  4. Yo, its me again! So i can quite find the maximum capacity for a IBM BR10i raid controller. I found a post on Amazon it supports 2TB maximum but is this the case? Its in an IBM AC1 4769 Server system running RHEL 7.7 Thanks in advance.
  5. I want to setup 4 1TB HDD in RAID 5. I have 2 ways of doing it. Either using Intel RST thats built-in to my ASRock Z270 Pro4, or use a LSI MegaRAID 9260-4i. I'm planning on using the array for general storage, mostly games. What kind of perfomance should i expect from either setup, pros and cons?
  6. So i'm building a server for a local company and i'm running into a issue with my storage configuration. I purchased a Z370 Professional Gaming i7 because it had a ton of IO ports and 10Gb Ethernet built in. I didn't read the manual first and found out if you enable a NVME drive it disables 2 Sata ports. So my problem is i have 2 NVME SSD's, 2 Sata HDD's, and 4 SATA SSD's and only 6 available Ports. My current config is the NVME drives in raid 1 as the OS and the HDD's on the 2 open intel Sata ports in raid 1 for archiving. So now i need to connect 4 SSD's in raid 5 but only have 2 sata ports controlled by a ASMedia controller. Also to be able to Raid NVME drives you need to have your systems storage oprom policy set to UEFI only. I have also looked into Hardware raid cards but there ins't much info on UEFI only raid cards. Any ideas on how to add a 4 SSD raid in a UEFI only config?
  7. I am looking to build a NAS using Unraid to run Plex and a Windows 10 VM for Steam Link/In-home-streaming. I have a main gaming PC but my family wants to play games on their laptops/phones occasionally. Setting up a gaming VM seems like a good solution and/or fun project. The 2.5 drive cage will be added later on, once I need additional drive space. I have left storage drives left off the list because I plan to shuck external drives as they go on sale over time. My main questions are related to the LSI raid card. I have done a bit of research and it seems that this plays well with Unraid but I am new to this kind of hardware. Will the NH-U12 be enough cooling for the Ryzen 7 effectively? Also, is there a better value GPU besides the GT710? It will only be needed for the Unraid GUI so it doesn't need to be super powerful. PCPartPicker link https://pcpartpicker.com/user/blgraves94/saved/KQyK8d Ryzen 7 2700 16GB DDR4 (more to be added as needed) NH-U12S AM4 XRX RX480 (left over from upgrading my gaming PC) GT 710 (for the Unraid GUI) 650W Semi-Modular PSU Samsung 860 PRO SSD (for cache) LSI 9211-8I HBA/RAID Card Mini SAS to SATA cables CS380B Case
  8. A friend of my suggested I come here and try posting. I have this older Engenio Class 4600 Model 0834 drive chassis. It's two power supplies, two drive I/F modules, and 16 fiber channel HDDs. The thing works, boots up, even can see some of the drives on the fiber channel connection to my workstation. However, I do not have the serial cable, nor any of the software. NetApp has rejected photographs of the device's tags and serial, refusing to help me in any way with software, documentation or support of any kind. So here I am, seeing if I can get any information. Anyone got documentation for this thing? Anyone know where I can buy the frickin' serial cable? Or possibly a pinout for it so I can construct one myself? It's a strange animal, seems to be a PS2-style round connector to plug into the drive I/F module, what on the other end I have no idea, hopefully 9-pin standard serial connector. Very much wanting to buy one of those so I can get into the thing. I've tried using nmap to hunt down it's IP address while connecting it to a isolated network, but sweeping 192.168.0.0/16 and 10.0.0.0/8 yielded no response. Anyone got one of these? Can anyone point me in the right direction to get this bad-boy up and running? I primarily want to get it going to use it to test a glut of fiber channel drives I have and want to resell, but i can't resell untested hardware, and this beast is the only fiber channel gear I have. Seems fiber channel is pretty obscure and hard to find anything related to it. I even tried pestering everyone who has one of these devices for sale on eBay. No one with a listing as of today (2-22-2018) has any information or the serial cable, all of them selling the chassis 'as is', no docs, no nothing. NetApp themselves is a dead-end, they refuse to help me, they are claiming it's not their gear and they have no record of the serial I provided (a photograph of the actual chassis and it's labels.)
  9. Which drive is best for a nas which will initially have 8 drives and then will be expaned to 12 drives? The WD Red is said to have a max of 8 drives at one however in this video : Linus has 8 drives in raid 5 and says that in the future it will be expanded. Therefore, is it okay to have more than 8 at once?? The WD Red Pro are said to have a limit of 16 which is great, however the added cost is tremendous. Do the (hitachi) HGST deskstar NAS drives have a limit to the number drives that can be in one server? If yes what is that limit? 8? 12? 16? Thanks, Dennis.
  10. Hello all, I have a bit of an issue. I have a MegaRAID 9361-8i in a new build. But I made some errors about air flow. Mainly I didn't realize this card would get as hot as it does. Basically, after about 20-minutes it is up to 130°F+... So I'm looking at cooling options... I was thinking something that fits in a PCI slot and can hold a couple fans, but I can't seem to find anything that looks like it's worth the money. I I have everything in a fractal design r5 case with 5 hard drives. So I have some room to fit some stuff but I'm not sure what I can do to cool this thing down, for the long run. Any suggestions or ideas would be amazing. At this point I can't really run the system. Thank you!
  11. " it is entirely possible to store 360GB of information on a 120GB SSD, depending on the type of data stored. This can only be done in LSI SSDs as they use compression in their storage and, as much as it might be intended for new generation controllers, this demo was being done on the SF-2000. A bit disappointing is that, although it can be used on the SF-2000 and todays LSI SandForce SSDs, it is not intended for the consumer and is meant specifically for hyperscale data centers and cloud servers." Pretty interesting,shame we won't get to see it as a consumer product :/ Source:http://thessdreview.com/daily-news/latest-buzz/lsi-durawrite-virtual-capacity-increses-ssd-capacity-by-up-to-3x-flash-memory-summit-2013-update/
  12. I am looking at RAID cards, but need to keep them adequately cooled. On a bunch of product briefs (LSI 9211-8i, Adaptec 6805e, and others), the manufacturer specifies 200 LFM of airflow. If I had a fan blowing on it, either directly or from the side, how might I choose a fan based on the fan's CFM?
  13. I was given an IBM X3650 M3. I am unable to get any operating system to work on it. I am now just trying to get windows 10 on it. I know that this is stupid and not using the machine to its full potential and thats ok. I get into the windows 10 installer but it does not recognize my drive. The sas backplane is hooked up to an LSI raid card. I have read that I need to load the drivers to a usb. When I do this and select the flash drive under load drivers in installation, it is unable to find any drivers. Please help. What am I doing wrong?
  14. Looking to get this RAID card for a file server I'm building but not sure if I'm able to access the card's WebBIOS (option rom) with the newer AMD A88X boards. Anybody have experience with this combo? I currently have a Gigabyte GA-F2A88XN-WIFI. I emailed LSi but all they could say was they don't support consumer boards and Gigabyte didn't have a clue about what I was talking about. They said if the card fits in the PCIe slot, it'll work <facepalm>. I have an Asus board with an option in the BIOS to enable "Interrupt 19 capture" which is required to get into the RAID card's BIOS. The Gigabyte board has no such option so I'm not sure if it's already supported. I really don't want to buy the RAID card and then find out it doesn't work. Thanks.
  15. I recently purchased an LSi 3081 SAS HBA/Raid card on ebay for like 30 bucks. I intend to use it with FreeNAS and ZFS and was wondering what were the steps to reflashing this card to IT/JBOD mode?
  16. In this video: at 2:38 Linus says that the Lsi megaraid sas 9361-8i (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816118231&cm_re=9361-8i-_-16-118-231-_-Product) supports "Online capacity expansion" a feature which is esential for me since I want to add drives to the setup as time progreses. However, I do not want to go with that expensive raid card and instead I want to use the LSI megaraid sas 9260-8i (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816118105). Does that raid card support "online capacity expansion"? I will be running raid 6
  17. I recently had a break in at my small business, and think it's important for me to keep a better history of surveillance recordings. I currently have 16 cameras running 24/7 previously just used the cameras to watch in real time or hold a few days of recordings, so here's my plan: Replace 1tb hdd in dvr with 3tb wd purple (maxed out) My Q See DVR allows me to go the ip address of the dvr and download all video from a certain date range to a pc in normal video format, but I currently don't have a suitable computer. I have built a few computers for my own use in the past but nothing like this, here are my thoughts so far: Eight 4tb WD Red drives, in RAID 6 running off of an intel or lsi raid controller an extra wd red on hand if a drive fails SSD boot drive cooler master storm trooper case because I've built in it before and it has enough bays and won't move the hot air from the hard drives into the main part of the case (the case brings in air on one side, over the hdd's and exhausts out the other side of the case, near the front) Asus Sabertooth z87 mobo intel i5-4670 some type of solid PSU like a corsair AX series molex to sata cables if needed for drives 8gb RAM Then every week or so, I would download the security cam data from the DVR for longer term safekeeping on a computer that will give me easy access should I ever need to pull a recording up. The computer may not need a sabertooth board or an i5, but I'd like to have a nicer work computer as well for my office so this could kill two birds with one stone. I also considered a Drobo, but I'm concerned about a malfunction in the system itself. If something in a custom computer fails I can get parts and repair it fairly quickly, but if the drobo system failed, I would likely be down for a longer period of time. What do you think?
  18. Hi guys, I have an LSI MegaRAID 9240-8i 8-port RAID card with 4x3TB Barracuda's attached, I'm looking for a new motherboard throw it in to relieve pressure on my current rig. I found this article online specifying approved motherboards, but none of them are available any longer. http://www.lsi.com/downloads/Public/RAID%20Controllers/RAID%20Controllers%20Common%20Files/MegaRAID_Entry_Interop_List_SAS2.pdf The closest thing I could find to them was a Sabertooth 990FX from Asus: http://www.ncix.com/detail/asus-sabertooth-990fx-r2-0-atx-de-75613.htm I've used a Sabertooth X58 (my cousin bought one, and I installed it for him), very nice board so i'm not concerned at all with buying another TuF series board. Does anyone have any other motherboards that they know work decently with this card? I have a Gigabyte Z87X-UD5H that REFUSES to recognize the RAID array on the card, or i'd throw it in there in a pinch. Thanks, Calvin
  19. Hello all. It's been a stressful day for me - I recently bought a LSI 9211 with a view to cross flashing it to a 9240 as I'd read many similar reports (including some here, which is why I'm posting) of people doing the other way with little trouble. - Alas, it wasn't to be, which is quite annoying a it was the same price as the 9240, but had its connectors in a more convenient orientation for my case, so I got it solely for that reason! Long story short, the flash failed as the flash chip I have is only 4MB, and it seems the 9240 requires 8MB. So I've tried to get the card back to how it was, but I can't for the life of me get it to flash successfully. I backed up my existing firmware, bios, and sbr. My procedure has been generally: megarec -cleanflash 0 megarec -writesbr 0 backupsbr.bin <reboot> sas2flash -f backupfw.bin (then -b backupbios.rom, but I gave up trying to get the bios back until I had the firmware working) ...it initially succeeds, but then fails at the end with the error about Mfg Page 2 mismatching. If I try flashing the bios, then it also initially succeeds with the flash, but then fails t the end when updating the "version page 3", or similar (as I say, I stopped bothering with it as the fw is more important). Any ideas on how I can flash this back to normal? The card came with firmware P14 IR on it, if that helps any. I've tried using sas2flash's new "-sbr" option, which sounds like it's designed to fix my firmware problem, but it just doesn't seem to work - just fails the same way.
  20. Flashing an LSI 9211-8i to IT Mode (might also be useful for flashing other LSI RAID cards) (newbie edition) "It can't be that difficult.", I thought to myself before starting this adventure. "Tons of people have done it, there are quite a few tutorials on it, this should be feasible." Yeah, right... Seriously though, it's not actually that tricky, it's just that the info I needed to get it done required quite a bit searching and trial-and-error. Note: I put this in the storage subforum instead of the tutorials because it's fairly specific and the people who might find this useful are more likely to be lurking around here I'd estimate. Disclaimer Flashing your cards can break them if things go wrong. This post is merely a documentation on my way to success, and I provide this info in the hopes it might be useful to somebody. However, I take no responsibility for anyone else's misfortunes. Proceed at your own peril. Anyway... FreeNAS Users @wpirobotbuilder has discovered that FreeNAS already seems to have the sas2flash utility built in, check this post for more info. Windows Users See this post from @Danny91 for a small tip about drive spin up and down. The Objective I plan on using this card in a server running ZFS as its main data file system. Since this isn't a ZFS tutorial I won't go into the details, but basically ZFS prefers direct access to your disks without a controller doing any "smart" things in between (like, for example, running a RAID setup). Often, RAID cards will be delivered running in IR mode (Integrated RAID firmware), and we would like to change that to IT mode (Initiator target mode), so that the controller just acts as a host bus adapter without trying to do anything smart. This can also be desirable if you're not running ZFS, for example if you'd like to use software RAID. In order to change from IR to IT mode, we need to flash a different firmware onto the card. What I Used - motherboard: Asus P8Z68 (yes, the M/B matters) - a 4 GB USB flash drive - the file 9211-8i_Package_P17_IR_IT_Firmware_BIOS_for_MSDOS_Windows from LSI's product site's "SOFTWARE DOWNLOADS" section on the 9211-8i. - the file Installer_P17_for_UEFI from LSI's product site's "SOFTWARE DOWNLOADS" section on the 9211-8i - a precompiled UEFI shell (see below for details) Sources I primarily followed the instructions from Bryan Vyhmeister's excellent blog post on this topic, but I needed to do quite a bit of additional research on getting the UEFI shell to work, which is why I'm creating this tutorial (not that I fault him for that, his tutorial is not supposed to be an UEFI shell primer, after all. If it hadn't been for his post it would have probably taken me many more hours than it did). There's quite a bit more info I plowed through on my way to the objective, but none of it was really pertinent to getting the job done. Also, for some of the UEFI shell files, I used the Arch Linux Wiki. Shall We Proceed? Alright then, let's get started. Getting the Firmware and BIOS Files for the HBA Note: Obviously, the version numbers might change in the future. - Create a FAT partition on the USB drive. - 9211-8i_Package_P17_IR_IT_Firmware_BIOS_for_MSDOS_Windows: Grab the file from LSI's site (doesn't matter if you're running Linux, *BSD or Win) and unpack it. You need the file 2118it.bin, located in the directory Firmware/HBA_9211_8i_IT in the archive. Of course you can also choose to simply update the IR firmware if you wish, then you'll need that file, located in Firmware/HBA_9211_8i_IR. Either way, copy the firmware file onto your USB drive. - You also need to update the card's BIOS for this (at least AFAIK), so also grab the file mptsas2.rom, located in the directory sasbios_rel inside the archive. Copy that file onto your USB drive as well. - Note: You can, but don't need to, create separate directories on your USB drive. In the end, we will only have four files on it, so it doesn't really matter. - Grab the Installer_P17_for_UEFI file from LSI's website and unpack it. - Copy the file sas2flash.efi, from in the directory sas2flash_efi_ebc_rel in the archive, onto your USB drive, into the same directory as the firmware and the BIOS file (yes, I'm aware you can put all of the three files at arbitrary locations, but why make things more complicated...). - That's phase 1 completed, now all that's left is getting this to run on your PC. That was actually the trickier part for me... Getting the UEFI Shell The first thing that went through my mind when I got to that part of the tutorial I linked above was pretty much just "WTF?". I quite frankly had simply never heard of an UEFI shell, let alone used one, and searching the web I found precious little information about the subject (and what I did find was mostly rather technical and would have required lots of thorough reading to understand it, and even then it was doubtful if it was actually going to be of any use to me). For those of you who are also a bit puzzled by this (then again, maybe I am the only one), basically the EFI shell is a command line interface that let's you do basic system tasks on your machine (yes, I am aware that that is a very broad generalization, but it will suffice for the purposes of this tutorial, otherwise you are welcome to start reading docs on the subject). Unfortunately, depending on your M/B (and that's why the M/B is relevant in this), you will require a different shell, and will need to follow different steps to access it. I have gotten the impression that some boards even come with an integrated one, but I'm not 100% certain on that. If you have such a board, you can skip the next part, since you don't need to download one. The different versions of the shell you're most likely to need are these: - For the most current version (the 2.0 branch), go here and select the one which matches your architecture. - If those do not work for you (and in my case they did not), it might be that your M/B requires an older version, either the X64 or IA32 version. - The links for the v1 versions I got from the Arch Linux wiki page here, as mentioned above. - Copy the EFI shell onto your USB drive as well, I called it shellx64.efi. I am not absolutely certain, but the name might matter to some extent to your M/B, I have also come across simpler names like shell.efi, but I was so glad when I finally got things working I didn't experiment further to check which names work and which do not. UPDATE: Did another flash, indeed Shell.efi also worked. Flashing the HBA Mount the LSI card in your machine, plug in the USB drive with all four files on it (the LSI BIOS, the firmware, the sas2flash utility and the efi shell), and drop into the BIOS of your machine. Note: I'm not an expert on this subject, but I have seen it recommended to have only one 9211-8i in your system during this process. Allegedly it's possible to specifically target a card to flash, but I couldn't try that out, so I have no info on that process. Getting Into the UEFI Shell This too wil probably depend on your M/B. On mine, there was an option in the Exit BIOS menu of the BIOS which said Launch EFI Shell from filesystem device. Basically, that option will search any devices you have connected for anything that might be an EFI shell and will try to run it. If you have the wrong shell or your machine can't find it, you will fail here (took me a few tries to get to the next step...). Mounting the USB Drive Once you're in the shell, you need to mount the USB drive with the files on it so that you can access them (obviously). On my machine, the first thing the shell did was print a nice list of all connected storage devices, with my USB drive labeled ft0 and my HDDs and SSDs labeled blk... You might need to do a bit of trial and error here to find the right drive, but it shouldn't be an insurmountable obstacle. In my case, mounting the USB drive was done with: Then I needed to change directories into the drive: mount ft0: (yes, no 'cd ' or anything like that). ft0: Inside a directory, you can list the contents with and change directories with ls And this is what it looked like for me after that: cd directory_name (click image for full res) Actually Flashing the Card This was actually fairly straightforward. Make sure you're in the directory with the BIOS, firmware and sas2flash.efi, and run the following command to reset the card and prepare it for the new BIOS and firmware. CAREFUL: DO NOT TURN OFF OR REBOOT YOUR MACHINE AT THIS POINT. ALLEGEDLY YOU WILL HAVE A BRICKED CARD ON YOUR HANDS!!! This is what it looked like during the erasing process for me. The actual erasing takes a while, to be specific this step: (click image for full res) sas2flash.efi -o -e 6 After a successful erase, this is what you should get: (click image for full res) Then flash it with the new files: Which should look like this: (click image for full res) You can check if the new flash was successful with: sas2flash.efi -o -f 2118it.bin -b mptsas2.rom Which gave me this output: (click image for full res) sas2flash.efi -listall Alternatively, you can get more detailed info with the -list command. The 'Firmware Product ID" field will indicate if the controller is now running in IT mode: Output for that command: sas2flash.efi -list (click image for full res) NOTE: You can also check if the sas2flash utility detects your card(s) properly with the listall command before you start the whole process. If the card doesn't show up here, you won't be able to start flashing in the first place. You can then leave the UEFI shell with exit and should be back in your M/B's BIOS. To make sure your card is now in IT mode, reboot your machine and it should get displayed when the card's BIOS is run. As you can see, it is not actually all that complex, but there are a hilarious many things that can refuse to play ball in this, and sorting out those from the ones that work took quite a bit of effort. If you search around the web for flashing this card you will find many alternative procedures, and depending on your setup (hardware, the version of sas2flash you're using, which firmware type and version you're wanting to flash onto the card etc.) some of them might actually work for you. For me, however, this was the only one that lead to success. Thanks to Bryan's post I was able to save lots of time in finding out which files and tools I needed, but then I was stuck quite a while on that whole UEFI shell thing. Once I had that up and running it was a pretty painless process though. If you find any errors please point them out. I wrote down what I did quite carefully during the process (primarily to make sure I could reproduce it with a second card should I ever buy one), but I'm not infallible, so there might be undesired entropy lurking somewhere. Thanks for reading! So long -aw
  21. http://techreport.com/news/26524/seagate-buys-sandforce-from-lsi-in-450-million-deal Damn. Now we can all have pure seagate storage???? This is powerful. If SF3700 is truly awesome, seagate could really take a strong lead in the SSD market, and perhaps fight against companies like Toshiba and Samsung. I'm interested to see what seagate can contribute to the SSD space, especially considering that their current drives are pretty good.
  22. Just got a lsi 9260 from ebay just to find out its a 9264 ?? whats the differences i cant find drivers for it or anything
  23. hi there just been looking to get a raid card ( cheap one ) but i just dont know if this card will work with my pc so will the LSI Mega 9240-8i SAS SATA work with a 6700k, Asus Z170-DELUXE, ? Thanks
  24. System: HP xw8600 Dual Xeon X5430 2.66GHz 28GBs DDR2 666Mhz FB-Dimm ECC ram GTX 710 (Basically a headless server) ROG 10G network card LSI SAS 9201-16e HBA 1x 250GB SSD (boot drive) 4X WD RE 4tb 4x 1tb Assorted drives 3x HGST 4tb Drives (trying to add) The system does see the LSI HBA I added but even in the BIOS config tool I don't see any drives. The HBA does show up under the SAS controller (which has a 2TB limit) I want it under SATA controller which I think is emulated on this board. I purchased a SFF-8088 to 4x Sata cable and it goes directly from the card to the drives. I read some things about this and something about Forward and reverse cables but nothing concrete. What is wrong??
  25. Hello, Well I'm quite a starter speaking about virtualization. Still, I'm aiming high and I need to set up a workstation computer for having several virtualized environments. This is what I have: Asus Motherboard Z10PE-d16 WS 4 x 2TB Hitachi drives (planning on getting 2 more) And, I want to install VMware ESXI 6.5. The motherboard does support RAID but its software RAID, and that isn't going to work with ESXi. So I need a pretty good RAID card or a HBA one that can handle RAID configurations (RAID 1 for now at least), but I don't know what exactly should I get. I got from Linus's videos that a LSI 9260-8i may do it great. Still, I don't know if that's too overkill since I'm only planning to handle 6 x 2TB drives in the near feature. I do not discard the idea of getting an LSI 9260-8i, but maybe I won't need that full power for now and I want a price/technology/performance advice.
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