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Old 12-07-2012, 02:52 AM   #1
mato4ever
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Unhappy HP DL120 G7 SATA HDD not detected by Debian 6.0.6. amd64


Hello,

I have HP DL10 G7 server with no HDDs by default. I bought two Seagate constellation ST1000NM 1TB (SATA3) and also an older Western Digital WD2500ABYS (SATA2).
In BIOS, I cant found any kind of HDD list, but HP smart array configuration utility show me all three of them.
When I boot from DVD (Debian 6.0.6 squeeze - amd64) installation is fine until disk detecting. The installator says: No hard disk drives found and offer long list of drivers.
I also try to change debian DVD for included HP drivers for 64bit OSs and let installator search on removable media, but with no success.

What should I do now?
 
Old 12-07-2012, 01:34 PM   #2
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I found it.
I run that HP smart array utility (only utility that can see the HDDs) and create logical partition RAID0 every single disk
 
  


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