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Old 02-01-2008, 08:41 AM   #1
kingscorpionus
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Unhappy Sles 10 - Sp1


Hi Guys, i installed SP1 for SLES10 and broke my raid. Raid driver for older kernel is not supported by the newest kernel in SLES10 SP1. I tried the vendor, and they have not been helpful at all. I have been trying to get some answers from them since June last year. They still have no clue, when they will have the driver. Then i decided to build the driver myself that did not work... FYI raid card is rocketraid 2320. Is there anyway to just uninstall the SP1, i know its hard or may be impossible to do that. Or if anyone had any luck building a driver for that raid card....
Any suggestions...
 
Old 02-07-2008, 09:33 AM   #2
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Question Wow....

Looks like no one has face this kind of issue before.... or just haven't used SLES before...
 
  


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